Change Is Coming: Baltimore "Protests" Versus Trump Inauguration "Protests"

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  1. Boneflour

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    Trump is a sign of spiritual and cultural change in the US. You can already tell the difference between Baltimore "protests" versus Trump Inauguration "protests". Welcome to the K shift.

    In Baltimore, paid protesters and media spores decided that a police officer wanting to live was a terrible crime, and encouraged riots. When riots and looting broke out, the town council gave them a "safe space to destroy". The Media, the State, and the University all decreed that Dindu #384976103 was a martyr, a saint, and decreed that the officer that killed him was a demonic monster and also a Nazi.

    The average person does not like a flaming city, except that the People In Charge like flaming cities, and the People In Charge give orders to the People With Guns, and the People With Guns follow those orders. The People In Charge make it known that you can celebrate the flaming city, venerate the martyr... or be robbed, fired, treated as a subhuman Nazi, and generally thrown to the dogs. They do this by calling anyone that speaks out a subhuman Nazi, getting them fired, and posting their home address while suggesting someone should rob them.

    So the average person claps for the flaming city, or at least shuts the hell up about it in public.

    Inner city blacks and SJW types learn that they can stop interstates, shoot cops, block intersections, burn businesses, loot stores, all with general impunity. At most, one or two will do a few months of jail time and go back on the street. They learn that it is 'hip' and 'edgy' (actually mainstream) to hate whites, to rob whites, and to want to kill whites.

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    This culture is so taken for granted that kidnapping and torturing a white is something that inner city blacks livestream on Facebook. Kidnapping and torturing a white man, saying "fuck you whitey", according to the Detective Commander of the Chicago Police, is 'kids making stupid mistakes' by default:

    "“Kids make stupid mistakes, I shouldn’t call them kids, they are legally adults, but they are young adults and they make stupid decisions. That certainly will be part of whether or not we seek a hate crime, determine whether or not this is sincere or stupid ranting and raving.”
    - Kevin Duffin, Detective Commander, Chicago Police

    Kidnapping and torturing a white man, cutting his scalp, saying "fuck you whitey", forcing him to drink toilet water, discussing if they should kill him, and broadcasting it on Facebook is not enough to be a hate crime. The police must determine if they were sincerely hating the white race, or if this was a juvenile tantrum and merely merits a time out.

    Kevin Duffin is a symptom, not a cause. Police have learned to be very careful shooting the Sacred Dindu, that The People In Charge will strip their job, pension, and public standing if they shoot a Sacred Dindu. Even if the Sacred Dindu was sprinting towards them with a knife, the Sacred Dindu may have simply been sprinting off to class, in the process of turning his life around.

    Meanwhile, in private, an immense well of resentment soaks into the consciousness of the average person. The average person is about ready to run over the 'protestors' blocking the road, except that State has a the barrel of a gun pressed against their spine.

    Watching everything you love slowly die in front of you... and being unable to act due to the gun at your back... is a recipe for despair.
     
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  2. Boneflour

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    Enter Trump. Trump runs for Republican Nomination on an incredibly controversial campaign, in a crowded field of candidates, against massively funded campaign machines.

    Trump's incredibly controversial campaign is that flaming cities are wrong and stupid, that paying for terrorists to rape our children is wrong and stupid, that our so called "elite" are wrong and stupid.

    The Media says that disliking flaming cities is wrong and stupid and makes you a Nazi, that anyone who dislikes flaming cities should be persecuted as Nazis, that Trump is wrong and stupid and a Nazi, and won't someone please assassinate him?

    Trump says that he is not wrong and stupid, that the media is dishonest scum, that he will "Drain the Swamp", that he will Make America Great Again.

    Trump, a successful businessman, a successful archetype of the American Dream, successfully obtains the Presidency, defeating the Bushes, the Clintons, the GOP, the Democrats, the Media, and the University.

    What message does this send to the kind of person that dislikes flaming cities?

    This is the message it sends: "I am strong. I am in control. I will remove the gun from your back. It is no longer hopeless to fight for safety and prosperity for your children. We can win."

    The current People In Charge naturally disagree with this message, and plan demonstrations and riots to disrupt Inauguration Day. SJW types and inner city blacks gear up to break things, loot stores, kill police, and set the city on fire.

    On Trump's Inauguration Day, leftists naturally assume that they can loot, destroy businesses, start fires, and block roads with relative impunity. After all, the celebrities still cheer them, the Media still calls burning down cities "protesting", the University still teaches that Whiteness is the Original Sin. They assume that Police have been given orders not to harm them.

    When Black Lives Matter blocked an interstate and threw fireworks at cops, the cops negotiated with the protestors for a single arrest, which was then used as a photo op for Black Lives Matter.

    During Inauguration Day today, "Protestors", really paid and unpaid rioters, destroyed shops, set trash cans on fire, and broke a lot of windows. Police have responded by mass arresting entire crowds, including members of the press.

    This is a video of a crowd of "protestors" being herded like sheep down the sidewalk. Police are spraying teargas at them like sheepdogs nipping at ankles:
    Kris Cruz on Twitter | https://twitter.com/rc_kris/status/822472326059069440

    This is what these "protestors" were doing before being herded:

    Brian Brown on Twitter | https://twitter.com/Republican__Man/status/822483573181648898
    South Lone Star on Twitter | https://twitter.com/SouthLoneStar/status/822477863597309952


    The rioters want to break things, to show that the police have their hands tied, to show that if you try to support Trump you will be Nazified and cast out, just like before. But Trump has shown that he is capable of letting police do their jobs. He has shown that he is capable of ordering businesses back to the US. He has shown that he is, in fact, capable of some kind of control.

    And strange things are happening in the Media:

    -The Vice headline is par for the course: Police fired tear gas at protesters as Trump took the oath

    -Slate as well: Police Arrest More Than 95 as Protests Envelop Pockets of Downtown D.C.

    -But what's this at the Washington Post?: Inauguration protesters vandalize city, try to disrupt Trump’s oath, police arrest nearly 100 --
    Inauguration protesters vandalize city, try to disrupt Trump’s oath, police arrest nearly 100 | https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/protesters-bring-shouts-skirmishes-and-shutdowns-to-inauguration-celebration/2017/01/20/00ea4c72-df11-11e6-acdf-14da832ae861_story.html?utm_term=.a465dde20b42

    And in the article, they use the forbidden word, "riot": "But other groups tried to disrupt the day’s events by burning flags, throwing bricks and rioting en masse, leading to injuries and nearly 100 arrests by early afternoon."

    -CNBC is also mentioning "violent protestors" in headline, talking about "mask clad activists". They show images of thugs in masks attacking Trump supporters. They talk about a protestor swinging a metal pole at police:
    Inauguration protesters vandalize city, try to disrupt Trump’s oath, police arrest nearly 100 | https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/protesters-bring-shouts-skirmishes-and-shutdowns-to-inauguration-celebration/2017/01/20/00ea4c72-df11-11e6-acdf-14da832ae861_story.html?utm_term=.a465dde20b42


    This is what I'm talking about when I say "spiritual and cultural shift". Before, it was 'hip' and 'edgy' (but really mainstream) to talk about killing whites, and setting cities on fire, and being a degenerate loser, and hating victory and beauty. Police were told to write parking tickets on burning cars.

    Today, it is hip and edgy, (and becoming mainstream) to hate rapist thugs, to want to kill your enemies, to build and maintain beautiful cities, to become strong and good looking and successful. Police are told to maintain order, and round up rioters for mass arrests. DC is not currently on fire, and people seem to be determined to keep it that way.

    The media shills believe in their souls that Trump is a NAZI and rioting is morally good... But are suddenly finding out that they actually believe in their souls that rioters are a threat to public order. And the radical holdouts are losing market share to Breitbart.

    When the police in Baltimore said that they were in charge, rioters acted like they were not in charge, that in fact their hands were tied by Obama and the Administration. The rioters burned stores, and looted, and destroyed, and were not touched. People could see that the police were not actually in charge.

    Trump has said that he is in charge, and people are strangely acting like he is in charge. The police are rounding up rioters. Corporations are bringing jobs back to the US. Media outlets are discovering that Trump can actually build the wall, and are a step away from discovering that Trump really should build the wall. Never Trumpers are complaining that Donald isn't returning their calls, like Trump is in charge of political positions.

    Before, Black Lives Matter/Leftists/degenerates would block an interstate because they understood they were allowed to by the People In Charge. Now, they are learning that such behavior is no longer allowed.

    Much of today's woes are caused by regular people who don't really want to exterminate whites, but know which way the wind blows, and will do what they're told.

    Today, people are starting to feel the wind shifting.

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  3. Boneflour

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    This is a stab at emulating the style of Jim's blog, and his particular manner of speech. Ended up being more work than I thought. I would like to know what you guys think of the article, and if I got close to the Jim's Blog style.
     
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    Yeah, you got his style pretty well, he can be a lot more snarky though.
     
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    I was thinking "Jim" as I read it. Good job.

    This should be a gab:

    "Police have learned to be very careful shooting the Sacred Dindu, that The People In Charge will strip their job, pension, and public standing if they shoot a Sacred Dindu. Even if the Sacred Dindu is sprinting towards them with a knife, the Sacred Dindu may have simply been sprinting off to class, in the process of turning his life around."

    Tense changed deliberately.

    If articles like this were posted in public, I could link to them from Gab and begin generating some interest.

    (I won't mention my deeper connection to Altrugenics, just a standard link, such as I do for LaFond and Jim)
     
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  6. Boneflour

    Boneflour Moderator SuperMod

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    I'm fine with this article being moved to Public. Dunno if you can do it or Aeoli has to.
     
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    Majority of 230 protesters arrested on Inauguration Day will face 10 years in prison and $25k fine as US attorney says they will be charged with felony rioting

    Anti-Trump protesters will face up to 10 years in prison | Daily Mail Online | http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4144360/Anti-Trump-protesters-face-10-years-prison.html

    If police round everyone up, and then let them sit a night in jail, and then release them with a slap on the wrist... then 'protesters' learn that they can burn buildings, and smash cars, and receive a slap on the wrist.

    They aren't in prison yet, but this already looks different than what happened with (for example) MILO's speeches, or even the Deploraball. 10 years is a long time.
     
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    I didn't read the OP, but I would advise you not to try to imitate Jim. James A. Donald comes across to me as a dogmatic windbag, and I don't see anything in his writing style worth imitating. Your writing comes across as enthusiastic, which is a good quality.
     
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  9. Aeoli Pera

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    Thread moved to TT-Public by author's request.

    (I've only read two or three bits by Jim so no opinion.)
     
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    The State Department’s entire senior administrative team just resigned: Opinion | The State Department’s entire senior administrative team just resigned | https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/josh-rogin/wp/2017/01/26/the-state-departments-entire-senior-management-team-just-resigned/?utm_term=.13f7dcf5d497
    "I reported Wednesday morning that the Trump team was narrowing its search for his No. 2, and that it was looking to replace the State Department’s long-serving undersecretary for management, Patrick Kennedy. Kennedy, who has been in that job for nine years, was actively involved in the transition and was angling to keep that job under Tillerson, three State Department officials told me."

    What are all these permanent bureaucrats doing resigning? What do you mean, a Kennedy getting shown the door? Next you'll tell me they're going to Build The Wall.


    OH SHIT: Trump moves ahead with wall, puts stamp on U.S. immigration, security policy | http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-immigration-idUSKBN1591HP

    BONUS... BREAKING: Trump administration to seek big budget, staff cuts at Environmental Protection Agency - AP
     
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    > The State Department’s entire senior administrative team just resigned

    Heard a rumor this was fake news.
     
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    ZeroHedge has a piece on it: Wave Of State Department Personnel Resign, Are Fired As Tillerson Takes Control | Zero Hedge | http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-26/entire-senior-management-team-state-department-just-resigned

    Apparently, "Internal turmoil" is the new theme for the Fake News Networks, so everything will be spun in that light. From what I've seen, I'm betting this is Trump Draining The Swamp, and it's just being put in the worst possible light.

    "Resignation" is a fancy way to say they were fired. It sounds like at least Kennedy didn't want to go. The "Entire senior management" bit may be overblown.

    EDIT: Apparently this is a normal thing being overblown by Fake News Networks. Resignations during transition is pretty normal.
     
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  13. Aeoli Pera

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    It's more polite, because "fired" means "unemployable" at your next job interview. You don't burn bridges this way.
     
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    I don't know if I agree, but I can see why people would call James A. Donald a dogmatic windbag. He has a habit of creating a certain style of sentences, sentences that continue after a comma, where he draws out a thought out for a period of time. He speaks about complex issues like a professor explaining string theory to five year olds. All explanation, no citation, very simplified absolutes.

    That's actually part of why I wanted to emulate his style. Writing like other people is partially an exercise in thinking like other people, and partially an exercise in communicating like other people. It's a way to learn what phrases and structures work in what situations. Helps change tone too.

    Jim's Blog is good at explaining a complex topic in terms the average person could understand. He is a store of pre-digested knowledge, like a mother bird barfing up worms to chicks. Some people disagree with the filter, and want a different source of pre-digested knowledge. Some people can eat solid food (they have IQ/attention span/motivation and don't care for Cliff's Notes), and want the original sources. Jim isn't big on original sources.

    Good example: The psychological benefits of protectionism « Jim’s Blog | http://blog.jim.com/economics/the-psychological-benefits-of-protectionism/

    "Local regulation is corrupt in that you have a beer with a friend, who has a beer with his friend, who arranges that the regulation will be overlooked for you. Or one of your employees seduces the bureaucrat. Distant regulation, international regulation, is corrupt in that you hire a team of Harvard lawyers and team of lobbyists, who occupy several towers in Washington and New York City and get to write the regulations that bugger your competitors more severely than they bugger you."


    It's kind of funny, because in the comments, he talks about "Trump's protectionism being more spectacle than actual substance", and slips in a bit that could equally apply to Jim (bolded):

    "So he will with much sound and fury threaten forty percent tariffs, maybe actually impose forty percent tariffs for a little while to show he is not kidding, and then negotiate a bunch of genuine bilateral free trade agreements. And he will then tell the people that these free trade agreements, unlike the ones he dumped, represent Americans winning. Which will be an over simplification of the more complex truth, but nonetheless substantially true."

    Jim's blog in a nutshell: "An over simplification of the more complex truth, but nonetheless substantially true."
     
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    That's both curse and blessing. Such a "first approximation" creates a division - those who are content with it and cease to research further, and those who want more and keep digging.

    From the melon perspective, the trick is to spread an approximation that is good enough to make them lazy, but not as good as to truly empower them.
     
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    Delete this.


    Delete this thread.
     
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    That or move to Visa. But yes, shouldn't be left in Public.
     
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    It's funny, I had this in Typed and was asked to move it to Public. Now it's the other way.

    Must be doing something right with that reaction.
     
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    Oh right, Koanic is using it for public purposes. My reasoning for de-publicing this was probably the same as your reason for putting it in Typed to begin with; Koanic's plan supersedes that. I withdraw my request.

    ...and hang my head in shame for forgetting things said in this very thread.
     
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    Inauguration Day protests: More than 200 indicted - CNNPolitics.com | http://www.cnn.com/2017/02/22/politics/trump-inauguration-protesters-indictment/index.html

    214 people have been indicted on felony rioting charges in connection with Inauguration Day protests in Washington.

    We've gone from arrests, to indictment, to some being charged. Still remains to be seen whether they get convicted and serve time. And if that time is anything more than a slap on the wrist.

    Can Trump manifest his will? Or will the machine swallow this man and refuse to be fired?
     

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