Race riots 2020

jordypip23

Ostrich
Gold Member
Pray for me brethren. I posted some nonsensical crap in recent weeks. There are people that have known I have struggled with the demon known as the "bottle" / alcohol off & on. Shout outs to the brethren here that know me & know that I'm a solid guy that will have their back through thick & thin. Contrary to my sometimes fiery posts, I'm not racist (against good Jewish folk, good Black folk, etc.), no hateful bone in my body & we are truly in some rough times right now. Sometimes I wonder if the rapture is here. Fortunately my mother is a devout Catholic that constantly sends me verses to remind me of our gracious Lord. Just want to say I'm with all of you guys & I pray none of us get cornered by evil forces (ie. Antifa) any time soon.

I'm praying for the nation & for these evil race riots / BLM (commie movements) to end.

The kid from Antioch (IL) Rittenhouse that defended himself in Kenosha WI. Definitely struck a chord for me. I used to live just minutes from both of those cities & have shopped in both of those towns. Some of the friendliest people in America reside in these areas (including Kenosha WI). The race wars / commie wars have reached the heartland. Let us all pray.
 
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jordypip23

Ostrich
Gold Member
They are openly declaring this is a revolution.
Meanwhile, in D.C..... The Secret Service drives to KFC to pick up another bucket of chicken.

If I was independently wealthy I'd pay this patriot his bail. He was defending himself against lunatics clearly (maybe one or two of them were ok many years ago, but they were fallen angels at best). We need a wealthy guy like Erik Prince (head of Blackwater now known as Academi) to step up & bring Rittenhouse into the fold.
 

andy dufresne

Pelican
Other Christian
The only solution is sending in weapons free marines. Hit every major riot in the US at once and end it for good. These people are terrorists not criminals and should be treated as such.

I was 'joking' with my GF recently that we should just roll some tanks in and pop these losers like grapes. She was in stitches.
 

Dr Mantis Toboggan

Pelican
Catholic
Gold Member
I believe Antifa will be fully unleashed after the election. The only reason to hold back is to prevent alienation of undecided voters. Antifa and BLM probably have gone too far in the eyes of their handlers, like a leashed dog that is dragging its owner.

But after the election their handlers can let go of the leash. They wont have anything to lose.

Depends. If Biden wins I think the string pullers will actually call off the dogs for a bit, then anywhere from 1-3 years down the line (depending on how they expect the 2022 congressional elections to go) they will find a suitable catalyst event--either occurring naturally or stage one, doesn't matter--and restart the nonsense, this time with full (albeit covert) federal backing.
 

budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
Spencerport principal who said 'f--- the police' after protest put on leave

Steve Lysenko, an assistant principal at Spencerport High School, has been placed on administrative leave, the Spencerport Central School District announced on its website.

Lysenko has been one of the district's leaders in advocating for anti-racist curriculum and other actions in the spirit of the Black Lives Matter movement.

At a rally in downtown Rochester Friday, though, Lysenko went too far for the district's liking.

In a one-minute selfie video, Lysenko summarized his experience at the rally:

"In an act of protest this evening, we marched west on Court Street, and we didn't do anything but chant and sing all the way halfway across the bridge, at which point we met the Rochester Police Department," he said.

"And guess what happened? Our peacekeepers ended up shooting pepper spray at us for singing and chanting and telling them what a (expletive) job they were doing."

"They can (expletive) right off, America," he continued, his voice rising. "(Expletive) the police; (expletive) the Rochester Police Department. Thank you."

The video quickly circulated on social media, drawing condemnation for both the foul language and the message from an educator. At the same time some in Spencerport defended him, focusing on his work in the district.

As Lysenko noted during the video, he is president of the local chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education and the past state president. He is also a member of Spencerport's Equity Committee.

He told the Democrat and Chronicle in 2018 about the district's work: "It's a larger conversation when we look at racism and civil rights; it’s bigger than this moment in time and it’s a bigger issue than just Spencerport."

In a statement Sunday, the district said it "stands in solidarity in support of racial equality and systemic change ... (and) peaceful protesters."

It continued: "However, when a District employee uses language in public or on social media that does not align with our Code of Conduct or demonstrate appropriate role modeling for students, that is something that we will not condone. These statements by our administrator have caused disruption within our school community. We apologize to our students, parents and community that you had to hear this language from one of our employees."

The district initially said it would address the incident with Lysenko "as a confidential, personnel matter."

A Change.org petition demanding Lysenko not be fired had more than 3,500 signatures as of Sunday afternoon. Another Change.org petition calls for Lysenko's firing.

On its website, the district thanked people for the outpouring of emails, posts and comments regarding this matter.

Lysenko has worked at the district since 2011. Reached by text Sunday, he declined to comment.

Rochester has had protests each night since video footage was released showing the arrest of Daniel Prude, who died after being restrained by police in March.






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Renzy

Pelican
Catholic
As Lysenko noted during the video, he is president of the local chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education and the past state president. He is also a member of Spencerport's Equity Committee.

He told the Democrat and Chronicle in 2018 about the district's work: "It's a larger conversation when we look at racism and civil rights; it’s bigger than this moment in time and it’s a bigger issue than just Spencerport."

At least one silver lining from Coronavirus has been the uptick in the number of families pulling their children out of the public school system in favor of homeschooling. The fewer parents handing their children over to be indoctrinated by ideologues like Lysenko, the better.
 

EndlessGravity

Pelican
Protestant
At least one silver lining from Coronavirus has been the uptick in the number of families pulling their children out of the public school system in favor of homeschooling. The fewer parents handing their children over to be indoctrinated by ideologues like Lysenko, the better.

Vox Day wrote recently that we're at 10% homeschool households this year, up from 2% last year. When you consider that's households it's possible we're talking about 15% of all students. Pollsters were careful not to include remote school learning in the data.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
At least one silver lining from Coronavirus has been the uptick in the number of families pulling their children out of the public school system in favor of homeschooling. The fewer parents handing their children over to be indoctrinated by ideologues like Lysenko, the better.

It’s a little more than an uptick. Many of the homeschooling curriculum providers are so badly swamped that they’re refusing any new students.
 

Dusty

Owl
Gold Member
Spencerport principal who said 'f--- the police' after protest put on leave

Steve Lysenko, an assistant principal at Spencerport High School, has been placed on administrative leave, the Spencerport Central School District announced on its website.

Lysenko has been one of the district's leaders in advocating for anti-racist curriculum and other actions in the spirit of the Black Lives Matter movement.

At a rally in downtown Rochester Friday, though, Lysenko went too far for the district's liking.

In a one-minute selfie video, Lysenko summarized his experience at the rally:

"In an act of protest this evening, we marched west on Court Street, and we didn't do anything but chant and sing all the way halfway across the bridge, at which point we met the Rochester Police Department," he said.

"And guess what happened? Our peacekeepers ended up shooting pepper spray at us for singing and chanting and telling them what a (expletive) job they were doing."

"They can (expletive) right off, America," he continued, his voice rising. "(Expletive) the police; (expletive) the Rochester Police Department. Thank you."

The video quickly circulated on social media, drawing condemnation for both the foul language and the message from an educator. At the same time some in Spencerport defended him, focusing on his work in the district.

As Lysenko noted during the video, he is president of the local chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education and the past state president. He is also a member of Spencerport's Equity Committee.

He told the Democrat and Chronicle in 2018 about the district's work: "It's a larger conversation when we look at racism and civil rights; it’s bigger than this moment in time and it’s a bigger issue than just Spencerport."

In a statement Sunday, the district said it "stands in solidarity in support of racial equality and systemic change ... (and) peaceful protesters."

It continued: "However, when a District employee uses language in public or on social media that does not align with our Code of Conduct or demonstrate appropriate role modeling for students, that is something that we will not condone. These statements by our administrator have caused disruption within our school community. We apologize to our students, parents and community that you had to hear this language from one of our employees."

The district initially said it would address the incident with Lysenko "as a confidential, personnel matter."

A Change.org petition demanding Lysenko not be fired had more than 3,500 signatures as of Sunday afternoon. Another Change.org petition calls for Lysenko's firing.

On its website, the district thanked people for the outpouring of emails, posts and comments regarding this matter.

Lysenko has worked at the district since 2011. Reached by text Sunday, he declined to comment.

Rochester has had protests each night since video footage was released showing the arrest of Daniel Prude, who died after being restrained by police in March.






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I’m getting a pedo vibe from his physiognomy (Only my opinion of course):

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