They keep us in reactionary and/or survival mode so we don’t have time to process or analyze… when that leads to chaos and unrest, they prop up black leader/leaders for the masses to follow. Different sects within the establishment prop up different black leaders. The black leaders then battle it out, taking each other out.

Regardless of who wins, the white establishment power structure remains in tact. And black leaders left standing provide cover.

THIS is what ‘democracy’ looks like. 🙄

17Oct

We are at an accelerated pace. People are bombarded with news, propaganda, misinformation and fear tactics 24/7/365. They react…. barely taking time to process, analyze or weigh the consequences of their reaction before moving on to ‘the next’… and repeating the cycle.

We are at an accelerated pace. People are bombarded with news, propaganda, misinformation and fear tactics 24/7/365. They react…. barely taking time to process, analyze or weigh the consequences of their reaction before moving on to ‘the next’… and…

Social media is a blessing and a curse,

“If Russians worked out how to create fake “Black Lives Matter” Twitter accounts, why can’t others? I can imagine multiple groups, many of them proudly American, who might well want to manipulate a range of fake accounts during a riot or disaster to increase anxiety or fear. I can imagine a lot of people who might want to take control of Defense Department accounts, as Russian hackers also tried to do, to send false information during a military conflict. There is no big barrier to entry in this game: It doesn’t cost much, it doesn’t take much time, it isn’t particularly high-tech, and it requires no special equipment. Facebook, Google and Twitter, not Russia, have provided the technology to create fake accounts and false advertisements, as well as the technology to direct them at particular parts of the population. Many other countries and political groups — on the left, the right, you name it — will quickly figure out how to use them.”

They already have… and way more complex than creating fake accounts. This barely scratches the surface.

Opinion | If Russia can create fake ‘Black Lives Matter’ accounts, who will next?

Russia is just the meddler of the moment, and things will worsen until policymakers act.

“Often forgotten in these stories is the “lone survivor” of Black Lives Matter, Leon Ford Jr. He faced death at the hands of police like so many others, but lived—and his battle with the Pittsburgh criminal-justice system is a reminder that sometimes the hardest battles come after the shooting stops.”

“In November of 2012, Leon Ford Jr. was pulled over by police who were “fishing” in Pittsburgh’s predominantly black District 5. Fishing is when police randomly run tags on cars looking for an excuse to pull someone over. Despite a 16-minute interrogation and Ford handing over his license, registration and other documentation, the police insisted that he was, in fact, Lamont Ford, a known gang member, and threatened Leon repeatedly.

Officer Andrew Miller jumped into Ford’s car and attempted to pull him out through the passenger side. When the vehicle kicked into gear during the struggle, another officer, David Derbish, shot Ford five times. Ford remembers falling out of his car onto the concrete, bleeding, as the officers cursed over his body, mocking him, hoping that he’d die. “

Black Lives Matter Lone Survivor Leon Ford Jr. Loses Police Brutality Case, Still Pursues Justice

Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown, Sandra Bland, Eric Garner, Rekia Boyd, Walter Scott: These (and dozens more) are the names we know—the boys, girls, men and women brutally shot and killed by police. Police officers often never faced justice from the courts or the cities that employ them. The deaths of th…

16Oct

A tale of 2 movements…<br><br>”First-person account of a meeting with a South Berwick, Maine, man selling Black Lives Matter signs in his yard”

A tale of 2 movements…

“First-person account of a meeting with a South Berwick, Maine, man selling Black Lives Matter signs in his yard”

Just a Conversation: Do Black Lives Matter in a small Maine town?

EDITOR’S NOTE: Just a Conversation is a series of question-and-answer stories Seacoast Media Group will run occasionally on people who live in the