Monday, June 29, 2020

Aristotle On College Educated White Women Dominating ANTIFA & BLM: Slaves And Women Do Not Conspire Against Tyrants Because Under Them They Have A Good Time


Again, the evil practices of the last and worst form of democracy are all found in tyrannies. Such are the power given to women in their families in the hope that they will inform against their husbands, and the license which is allowed to slaves in order that they may betray their masters; for slaves and women do not conspire against tyrants; and they are of course friendly to tyrannies and also to democracies, since under them they have a good time. For the people too would fain be a monarch, and therefore by them, as well as by the tyrant, the flatterer is held in honor; in democracies he is the demagogue; and the tyrant also has those who associate with him in a humble spirit, which is a work of flattery. Aristotle Politics Bk 4 part xi

Aristotle nailed it....

Who are the present day democratically elected Tyrants?

List of Tyrannical Governors (All DEMOCRATS)
  1. Gavin Newsom (California)
  2. Jared Polis (Colorado)
  3. Ned Lamont (Connecticut)
  4. John Carney (Delaware)
  5. David Ige (Hawaii)
  6. J. B. Pritzker (Illinois)
  7. Laura Kelly (Kansas)
  8. Andy Beshear (Kentucky)
  9. John Bel Edwards (Louisiana)
  10. Janet Mills (Maine)
  11. Gretchen Whitmer (Michigan)
  12. Tim Walz (Minnesota)
  13. Steve Bullock (Montana)
  14. Steve Sisolak (Nevada)
  15. Phil Murphy (New Jersey)
  16. Michelle Lujan Grisham (New Mexico)
  17. Andrew Cuomo (New York)
  18. Roy Cooper (North Carolina)
  19. Kate Brown (Oregon)
  20. Tom Wolf (Pennsylvania)
  21. Gina Raimondo (Rhode Island)
  22. Ralph Northam (Virginia)
  23. Jay Inslee (Washington)
  24. Tony Evers (Wisconsin)
Please also name the states with the greatest loss from rioting, looting & property destruction?

The greatest amount of destruction can be found in all of the above mentioned states where these Tyrants rule.

Here is the latest violence at the CHOP/CHAZ utopia:

Vehicle ramming attack at CHOP/CHAZ check point. Driver was shot and killed by the CHAZ/CHOP Security.

Shooting at Seattle’s CHOP protest site kills one, leaves another in critical condition

One person was killed and another was wounded early Monday morning when they were shot in the protest area known as CHOP, in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Seattle police tweeted that the shooting happened near 12th Avenue and Pike Street. Two people were brought to Harborview Medical Center with gunshot wounds, with one arriving in a private vehicle around 3:15 a.m. and the other brought in by Seattle Fire Department medics about 15 minutes later, according to an email from Harborview Medical Center spokesperson Susan Gregg. As of 5:40 a.m., one patient had died and the other was in critical condition, according to Gregg, who said both patients were male. Varying details of the shooting were posted to social media Monday morning. One person tweeted that “two guys” in a white SUV showed up and opened fire on the protest area before being “MURKED” by security on the ground. Source

Man dead, 14-year-old in critical condition after latest shooting in Seattle’s CHOP

One man has died and a child remains hospitalized in critical condition Monday following the latest shooting in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP. Two males suffering gunshot wounds arrived at Harborview Medical Center’s Emergency Department. The shooting victim who arrived at the hospital at 3:30 a.m. from the CHOP area on Capitol Hill in Seattle has unfortunately died, Susan Gregg, a hospital spokeswoman, told Fox News. He was transported to the hospital via Seattle Fire Department medics. The other male arrived at about 3:15 a.m. by private vehicle. He remains in critical condition in the intensive care unit. Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best later said the second person who was shot was a 14-year-old child. The Seattle Police Department said officers were investigating a shooting near 12 Avenue and Pike Street, where two people were reported injured.  Source


Here is Twitter commentary on the incident from a White Goth Sex Worker Chick.

This white woman takes typical leftist glee in the death of others (abortion, euthanasia etc..).

She claims to a sex worker/stripper?

Strips for men?

What?

Isn't that degrading for a woman?


I bet Ms. Malice is Roman Catholic - make that an Apostate Catholic.

And isn't GOTH racist? When was the last time you saw a black man or woman in white face attending GOTH party? You don't. GOTH is racist...LOL! 

Here's Ms. Malice Tweets on the CHOP/CHAZ carnage:



I bet if you ask Ms. Malice if she's having a good time under the tyranny of Governor Jay Inslee  Ms. Malice would say...


CHAZ Vehicle Ramming Attack: Driver Shot And Killed By CHOP Security..

Shooting at Seattle’s CHOP protest site kills one, leaves another in critical condition

One person was killed and another was wounded early Monday morning when they were shot in the protest area known as CHOP, in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Seattle police tweeted that the shooting happened near 12th Avenue and Pike Street. Two people were brought to Harborview Medical Center with gunshot wounds, with one arriving in a private vehicle around 3:15 a.m. and the other brought in by Seattle Fire Department medics about 15 minutes later, according to an email from Harborview Medical Center spokesperson Susan Gregg. As of 5:40 a.m., one patient had died and the other was in critical condition, according to Gregg, who said both patients were male. Varying details of the shooting were posted to social media Monday morning. One person tweeted that “two guys” in a white SUV showed up and opened fire on the protest area before being “MURKED” by security on the ground. Source

Man dead, 14-year-old in critical condition after latest shooting in Seattle’s CHOP

One man has died and a child remains hospitalized in critical condition Monday following the latest shooting in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP. Two males suffering gunshot wounds arrived at Harborview Medical Center’s Emergency Department. The shooting victim who arrived at the hospital at 3:30 a.m. from the CHOP area on Capitol Hill in Seattle has unfortunately died, Susan Gregg, a hospital spokeswoman, told Fox News. He was transported to the hospital via Seattle Fire Department medics. The other male arrived at about 3:15 a.m. by private vehicle. He remains in critical condition in the intensive care unit. Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best later said the second person who was shot was a 14-year-old child. The Seattle Police Department said officers were investigating a shooting near 12 Avenue and Pike Street, where two people were reported injured.  Source





Saturday, June 27, 2020

Richmond Virginia Cops Take Revenge On Rioters

Six protesters are arrested in clashes with riot cops at Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue while Seattle demonstrators vandalize another precinct and violence erupts in Portland in another night of unrest

Violent protests and civil unrest continue to sweep the US, with police clashing with demonstrators in Virginia after riots broke out in Portland and Seattle during another night of chaos. Six people were arrested in Richmond on Friday night after protesters faced off with cops, pelting them with paintballs and other 'hard objects', police said. Chaos broke out near the Robert E. Lee statue where a crowd of 75 to 100 people had gathered and remained at 10pm - despite grounds closing at sunset.Richmond Police declared an unlawful assembly minutes later after protesters began to fire paintballs at officers, leaving four cops and one trooper injured. One officer required hospital treatment after he was struck in the back of the helmet with a hard object, authorities said. The RPD said they did not use tear gas on demonstrators but one officer discharged pepper spray at one point 'due to ongoing assaults from the crowds.' Five adults and one minor were arrested in the confrontation. Their charges range from unlawful assembly, obstruction of justice, trespassing and assaulting a law enforcement officer. Source










BLM THUG Yeshua Musa Armed With Aluminum Baseball Bat Threatens ROSARY Praying Catholic Mother And Her Four Children In Downtown Madison

MINARDI, Tommaso 
Madonna of the Rosary 
1841

Woman harassed by BLM activist in Madison returns to pray the Rosary 

MADISON, Wisconsin — A woman accosted by a male Black Lives Matter activist while she prayed the Rosary with her young children on the Capitol Square earlier this week returned to the scene to pray again Wednesday and Thursday, saying she would not be bullied into silence.

“We went out again and prayed today. The way I see it is if we are bullied out of the public square because of a crazy, then none of us can pray,” said the woman, 40, a parishioner at a suburban Dane County Catholic Church. She asked not to be identified in order to protect her family. “We’re never going to be able to go out and pray freely.”

On June 23, the woman and her four children, all under the age of ten, were walking up State Street to the Capitol Square in Downtown Madison when they were harassed by a man with a bullhorn who was carrying an aluminum baseball bat. She said the man made threatening gestures with the bat, belittled her faith and said she was “rich” and a “fat b*tch.” Fearing for her safety, the woman took the children and retreated to the family vehicle.

A short time later, the man went into the nearby Cooper’s Tavern and caused a disturbance with his bullhorn, shouting about slavery, civil war and how Jesus Christ “was not a white man with blond hair, blue eyes and pink lips.” When police arrived and moved to disarm the man, he fought with officers and ran from the scene before being detained and arrested. His arrest sparked protests and riots that night, including the destruction of two historic statues on Capitol property, the firebombing of the City County Building, widespread vandalism and the beating of a state senator who was photographing the unrest.

Devonere Armani Johnson, 28, a well-known black activist from Madison who calls himself “Yeshua Musa,” was jailed on tentative charges of disorderly conduct, resisting/obstructing police, escape from a criminal arrest and a probation violation. The violence following his arrest prompted Gov. Tony Evers to activate the Wisconsin National Guard’s Quick Reaction Force to support local police in protecting the Capitol and quelling any further rioting. Protests in Downtown Madison have since been peaceful. Source

Devonere Armani Johnson
Yeshua Musa 

Journalist Lays Absolute Waste to CA Officials for Excessive Lockdowns


Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Steve Bing A Close Personal Friend Of Bill Clinton Jumps To His Death.....

Steve Bing and Bill Clinton: Why the Internet is demanding an investigation into Elizabeth Hurley ex's suicide

Steve Bing, filmmaker, screenwriter, philanthropist and father to Elizabeth Hurley's son Damian, best known for penning down the script of 'Kangaroo Jack', backing hit movies like 'The Polar Express' and Rolling Stones concert movie 'Shine a Light', has died at the age of 55. According to law enforcement sources, he jumped from the 27th floor of his luxury apartment building in LA's Century City at around 1pm on June 22.

Sources close to the financier say he was depressed with the lack of human contact during the COVID-19 quarantine, according to a TMZ report. Deadline reported that the Los Angeles Police Department did not confirm that the individual in question was Bing, following standard protocol. "The description of the man in his 50s who was found dead on the scene fits that of the producer," the report said.

Chairman of the production-finance company Shangri-La Entertainment, he hailed from a family with a rich history and was an influential political donor. In 2012, he pledged a $30 million legacy gift to the Motion Picture & Television Fund. His executive producer credits include 'Get Carter' (2000), 'Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World' (2005), 'Youth in Revolt' (2009), 'Rock the Kasbah' (2015) and 'Rules Don’t Apply' (2016).

The real estate tycoon was known for his close association to former President Bill Clinton after he pledged at least $10 million to his foundation. When Clinton flew to North Korea in 2009 to negotiate the release of journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling, it was Bing who settled it. The news has left the Internet in deep shock. "Why would this man with everything one could want commit suicide so suddenly?" one said and another posted, "Another close Clinton friend commits suicide. How many is this???"

Many people brought in various other popular names into the fiasco. One posted, "I bet Hillary Clinton was in the building at the time." One went on to say, "Where is @tomhanks? Not a word throughout this whole chaos?" For many, it's hard to believe. "Hard to believe a 55-year-old billionaire #SteveBing suddenly decided to jump off a tall building because he 'was depressed about social isolation during the COVID lockdown' which is over now anyway," one said.

"Did he get Epsteined?"

Sunday, June 21, 2020

CHOP WAR LORD Raz Simone Complains That US Paramedics Refused To Enter The Nation Of Chop To Save A Chopper Shot By Another Chopper.......



LOL!

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

LADAKH DOOM! Over 150 Indian Soldiers Killed In Clashes With Chinese At Line Of Actual Control


Body count is always higher....

Indian Forces Take Over 150 Casualties in Clashes with China - Army Official Reports 

Following escalating tensions in the Galwan Valley region the Indian Army officials stated that over 130 casualties had been taken in a major clash with Chinese forces in the area. A high level Army official, speaking to Russia’s Sputnik news, reported over 130 non lethal casualties, and that this number could well increase further in future. He further noted that several personnel had been killed in the clashes, stating: “Indian and Chinese troops have disengaged at the Galwan area where they had earlier clashed on the night of 15/16 June 2020. 17 Indian troops who were critically injured at the Line of Actual Control and exposed to sub-zero temperatures in the high altitude terrain have succumbed to their injuries, taking the total number of people being killed to 20. Indian Army is firmly committed to protecting the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the nation.” The report follows an official statement by the Indian Army that one officer and two soldiers were killed in the clashes. Chinese casualties are thought to be significantly fewer. The majority of casualties are thought to have been caused by the harsh climate, with several reports indicating that Indian units suffered serious falls from high altitudes and were not directly engaged with Chinese forces.


China has accused Indian forces of crossing the border at Galwan Valley and attacking Chinese forces on their side of the Line of Actual Control, a dividing line created after the 1962 war between the two countries instead of a border. Both sides have repeatedly committed to settling border issues peacefully and repeatedly taken steps to deescalate, including in the past disarming their troops near the line. It is likely that tensions got out of control at the lower levels of the military, and not at the initiation of either party’s high command, and a peaceful resolution remains probable. The incident is nevertheless significant, and its the first time since the war Sino-Indian War of 1962 that casualties approaching these levels have been suffered in a border clash between the two countries. The clashes notably come at a time of high tension between India and several of its neighbours, with low level tensions at the Bangladeshi border ongoing and tensions with Pakistan having broken out into large scale clashes in 2019. Both Pakistan and Bangladesh are major clients for Chinese armaments, while India’s northern neighbour Nepal has also seen relations with China improve considerably leading to concerns in Delhi that it is losing influence across South Asia. Source

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Our Lady Of La Salette On The Supreme Court Ruling That Gay, Transgender Workers Protected By Law...


“All the civil governments will have one and the same plan, which will be to abolish and do away with every religious principal to make way for materialism, atheism, spiritualism and vice of all kinds. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)

When Our Lady said ALL civil governments - she meant America too.

Here are the headlines over at Drudge:

Supreme Court says gay, transgender workers protected by law...

Uproar after Gorsuch's majority opinion...

ALITO: Threat to Religious Liberty...

Justices Let stand California's 'sanctuary' law...

Rulings leave Trump in the minority...

Why are any of you Rad Trads surprised at the latest court ruling?

Why Trump's Supreme Court appointee Neil Gorsuch just protected LGBTQ rights

(CNN) Justice Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's first nominee to the Supreme Court, delivered an opinion Monday that will change how more than 7 million LGBTQ individuals will live and work in the United States. It is a watershed moment from an unlikely author that means gay, lesbian and transgender workers are protected by federal civil rights law. It is a stunning defeat for judicial conservatives who worked to ensure Gorsuch's nomination and Republicans, including Donald Trump, who stymied President Barack Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, liberal Merrick Garland in 2016. The ruling puts Gorsuch in the history books. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, Gorsuch wrote, which bars discrimination "because of sex," also covers claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity. Source



“The great chastisement will come, because men will not be converted; yet it is only their conversion that can hinder these scourges. God will begin to strike men by inflicting lighter punishments in order to open their eyes; then He will stop, or may repeat His former warnings to give place for repentance. But sinners will not avail themselves of these opportunities; He will, in consequence, send more severe castigations, anxious to move sinners to repentance, but all in vain. Finally, the obduracy of sinners shall draw upon their heads the greatest and most terrible calamities. Mélanie

“We are all guilty! Penance is not done, and sin increases daily. Those who should come forward to do good are retained by fear. Evil is great. A moderate punishment serves only to irritate the spirits, because they view all things with human eyes. God could work a miracle to convert and change the aspect of the earth without chastisement. God will work a miracle; it will be a stroke of His mercy; but after the wicked shall have inebriated themselves with blood, the scourge shall arrive Mélanie

“What countries shall be preserved from such calamities? Where shall we go for refuge? I, in my turn, shall ask, What is the country that observes the commandments of God? What country is not influenced by human fear where the interest of the Church and the glory of God are at stake? (Ah, indeed! What country, what nation upon earth?) In behalf of my Superior and myself, I have often asked myself where we could go for refuge, had we the means for the journey and for our subsistence, on condition that no person were to know it? But I renounce these useless thoughts. We are very guilty! In consequence of this, it is necessary that a very great and terrible scourge should come to revive our faith, and to restore to us our very reason, which we have almost entirely lost. Mélanie

MARIA OF THE CROSS,
Victim of Jesus nee MELANIE CALVAT,
Shepherdess of La Salette

"I protest highly against a different text, which people may dare publish after my death. I protest once more against the very false statements of all those who dare say and write First that I embroidered the Secret; second, against those who state that the Queen Mother did not say to transmit the Secret to all her people." Mélanie

Trump Says He’s Planning Seattle Protesters Crackdown


Monday, June 15, 2020

Daniel's Second Beast BEAR = SOCIAL MEDIA: Some Of You Have Done NOTHING With Your Life And You’re Mad. You Have A College Degree & A Smart Phone With Access To Virtually *Anything* And You Can Barely Get Out Of Bed In The Morning While You Spit On People Who Built A Whole World With Nothing But A Horse, Map, & Axe.


And behold another beast like a bear stood up on one side: and there were three rows in the mouth thereof, and in the teeth thereof, and thus they said to it: Arise, devour much flesh. Dan.7.4        

The second Beast is Bear. 

BEAR = SOCIAL MEDIA/AI (Microsoft + Facebook + Apple + Youtube + Twitter + Instagram Wikileaks + Google + Amazon's Alexa + Snapchat + WhatsApp etc...)  
    
Arise, devour much flesh... 







Arise, devour much flesh......

Here is my take on the Four Beasts:

The Four beasts of Daniel are:

FIRST BEAST LIONESS WITH WINGS OF AN EAGLE = THE AIRLINE AND SPACE INDUSTRIES

1. The first was like a lioness, and had the wings of an eagle: I beheld till her wings were plucked off, and she was lifted up from the earth, and stood upon her feet as a man, and the heart of a man was given to her

SECOND BEAST BEAR = SOCIAL MEDIA/AI (facebook twitter etc...)

2. And behold another beast like a bear stood up on one side: and there were three rows in the mouth thereof, and in the teeth thereof, and thus they said to it: Arise, devour much flesh.

THIRD BEAST LEOPARD = NATIONALISM OF THE FORERUNNER TO THE ANTICHRIST (HE WHO MURDERS THE FATIMA POPE WITH AN ARMY MADE UP OF MANY NATIONS)

3. After this I beheld, and lo, another like a leopard, and it had upon it four wings as of a fowl, and the beast had four heads, and power was given to it.

FOURTH BEAST = THE ANTICHRIST (THIS IS CHURCH DOCTRINE AS ALL FATHERS TESTIFY)

4. After this I beheld in the vision of the night, and lo, a fourth beast, terrible and wonderful, and exceeding strong, it had great iron teeth, eating and breaking in pieces, and treading down the rest with its feet: and it was unlike to the other beasts which I had seen before it, and had ten horns.

All four beast are different from one another - the third and fourth beasts are political in nature but different - the third being man-made nationalistic political authority and the fourth being man-made universal political authority.

I think this is in line with what the Church Fathers would say.

If you find fault in this let me know.

Arise, devour much flesh......




Monday, June 8, 2020

#BlueFlu2020: In Response To City Council Vote To Dismantle Police Force The Minneapolis Cops Walk Off Job? Leave Minneapolis Without Police Protection

Can a city survive without a police force? Minneapolis is about to find out: Council votes to dismantle 'toxic' police force over mayor's objections

Minneapolis councilors have pledged to abolish the city's police force in an historic move that comes after days of protests over the killing of George Floyd. The city council vowed on Sunday begin the process of dismantling the 'toxic' police department - although 38-year-old mayor Jacob Frey objects, he does not have the power to veto the move after a three-quarters majority of councilors backed it. While the exact next steps are unclear, plans put forward by community activists in past years call for:
  • Funds to be taken from the police department and moved into community services aimed at preventing crime
  • Money would instead go to mental health services, social services, jobs programs, and arts groups
  • Jobs such as traffic stops, overdose call-outs and mental health calls would be taken away from officers
  • A smaller, more-specialized forceof 'public servants' would deal with solving violent crimes
  • County sheriffs, whose jurisdiction includes Minneapolis, could be used as a stop-gap police force

The police should just walk off the job and let the city burn.

SWEDEN: BLM Loot Moving Van Full Of Swedish Family's Belongings




Ex- Obama Official And Council On American-Islamic Relations Activist Muslim Lawyer Salmah Rizvi, Secures Bails For Urooj Rahman, Who Threw A Molotov Cocktail Into Police Vehicle

Salmah Rizvi + Urooj Rahman

Former Obama-era intelligence official secures bail for a New York lawyer suspected of throwing a Molotov cocktail in the George Floyd riots

A former high-level intelligence official in the Obama administration posted bail of $ 250,000 for the New York City attorney who allegedly set fire to an unoccupied New York police cruiser early Saturday morning, calling the suspect. her "best friend," Fox News confirmed.

Washington's free lighthouse first reported Salmah Rizvi, who served in the Department of Defense and State Department during the Obama administration, went to beat Urooj Rahman, who was arrested this weekend along with Pryor Cashman's associate Colinford Mattis.

Rizvi, associate at the Ropes & Gray law firm, he told the court: "Urooj Rahman is my best friend and I am an associate at the Ropes & Gray law firm in Washington, D.C. … I make $ 255,000 a year."

The Free Beacon noted that, according to his biography in the islamic scholarship fund, "Rizvi's high-value work would often inform the president's daily reports." Rahman Biography On the Ropes & Gray website, she says she was an analyst "focused primarily on authorized financial operations."

Rahman also received a scholarship supported by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a radical anti-Israel group, and a member of a legal organization that supports the boycott of Israel. In 2009 the FBI severed its once close ties to CAIR amid mounting evidence that the group had links to a support network for Hamas.

Rahman and Mattis are accused of intentionally setting fire to a police cruiser, and each could face up to 20 years in prison. Mattis had been suspended amid the coronavirus pandemic and is currently suspended without pay from the Pryor Cashman law firm, they told Fox News. Both have made the deposit.


Police drive their scooters through New York's East Village neighborhood, patrolling the streets during a curfew imposed on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 in New York. Thousands of protesters protesting the death of George Floyd remained on the streets of New York City on Tuesday after 8 p.m. The curfew set by officials struggling to stop destruction and growing complaints that the country's largest city was spiraling out of control night after night. (AP Photo / Wong Maye-E)

The evidence in the case seemed strong, the judge acknowledged. Prosecutors presented the court with a Photography popping up to show Mattis driving a van from which Rahman allegedly threw a Molotov cocktail at the police cruiser. Authorities said they later found additional incendiary devices in the car.

As a result, prosecutors strongly opposed federal district judge Margo Brodie's decision to grant bail and release attorneys from house arrest with GPS monitoring devices. Prosecutors said Mattis, for example, "has not shown himself to be a rational person" and that "bomb-throwers" should not return to the streets amid continued protests.

"The conduct was reckless, it was violent, it was completely illegal," the judge said, before pointing out that the couple had a stable social circle and would limit themselves to their homes. Source

BLM Lawyers Colinford Mattis, And Urooj Rahman, Arrested For Throwing Molotov Cocktail Into A Police Vehicle



NEW YORK — The day before he went out to protest, Colinford Mattis, 32, an Ivy-educated corporate lawyer in Brooklyn, chatted for over an hour on the phone with a close high school friend. They discussed George Floyd’s death as just “another example of an unarmed black person being killed,” the friend said, but they talked about grocery shopping and YouTube videos as well.

The next afternoon, Urooj Rahman, 31, who is also a lawyer and Mattis’ close friend, attended a Zoom talk about building “solidarity movements” between people of color. Rahman had recently finished fasting for Ramadan and was caring for her mother at home, also in Brooklyn.

What happened next came as a surprise to many who know the two young lawyers.

The pair took to the streets May 29 with thousands of New Yorkers who were voicing their outrage over Floyd’s death. But after midnight, police officers spotted them in a tan minivan driving through the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn. At one point, Rahman climbed out, walked toward an empty police patrol car and threw a Molotov cocktail through its broken window, prosecutors said.

Their arrests shortly after were a startling turn for the two, who were otherwise role models in their communities. Both children of immigrants, they rose from working-class Brooklyn neighborhoods to win a long list of awards and campus leadership positions. Mattis graduated from Princeton University and New York University Law School, while Rahman went to Fordham University for college and law school.

As one friend put it, they were “NYC kids from impoverished backgrounds who made something of themselves.”

A little over a week after their arrests, it is difficult to draw conclusions about their motivations. If the charges prove to be true, were the two spurred by an ill-advised moment of anger — or did they act out of a deeper, darker disillusionment with the political system in the wake of Floyd’s death?

A portrait of Mattis and Rahman was assembled from interviews with more than three dozen of their friends, relatives, colleagues, neighbors and former professors. Those who knew the two well said they had long been passionate about social justice issues and had expressed frustration over Floyd’s death but never showed a desire to commit violence.

Investigators have been scrutinizing their social media accounts and personal backgrounds to determine whether the pair had been involved with groups that espoused violence, according to law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation. But they appear to have found no evidence of such ties, and prosecutors did not offer a motive in court filings.

Still, in a video interview with Loudlabs News NYC, first reported by The New York Post, less than an hour before the attack, Rahman said it was understandable for people to be in the streets and enraged about police brutality.


“This has got to stop, and the only way they hear, the only way they hear us, is through violence, through the means that they use,” she said.

She suggested that the destruction of police property was appropriate.

“People are angry because the police are never held accountable,” she said.

In the video, she was standing near a convenience store, according to people with knowledge of the investigation, where some of the materials for the attack were purchased.

At a hearing last week, a lawyer for Rahman all but acknowledged her guilt, suggesting that the two had foolishly engaged in a reckless act.

“This was lawless; this was stupid,” said the lawyer, Paul Shechtman. “This was two people swept up in the moment. But it is two people with no history of violence, no criminal history at all.”

Mattis’ lawyer, Sabrina Shroff, said at an earlier hearing, “The government tries to argue to this court that Mr. Mattis’ behavior — assuming that they can prove it beyond a reasonable doubt and conceding nothing at this point — is indicative of who Mr. Mattis is. They are clearly wrong.”

Since the arrest of the two, friends and family members are struggling to understand what happened.

Ikenna Iheoma, the friend who spoke with Mattis the day before the protest, said they had never discussed violence against police. “We went to private high school,” he said. “That’s not the lane we go to. We try to intellectualize and come up with policy solutions.”

Friends said Mattis had sounded relatively upbeat since the coronavirus outbreak began, even after he was furloughed without pay March 31 from his job as an associate at the law firm Pryor Cashman LLP. Mattis had been working on multimillion-dollar deals, including the acquisition last year of the fashion brand Anne Klein.

Several friends said Mattis had not told them that he had lost his job. He did, however, tell one friend in April that he was already interviewing at other firms.

Mattis, a reliable presence at Princeton’s boisterous annual reunions, had been planning to attend a virtual event for his 10-year reunion on the day he was arrested, friends said.

Salmah Rizvi Urooj Rahman

Salmah Rizvi, who was also at the May 29 Zoom talk with Rahman, said nothing seemed unusual about Rahman’s recent behavior.

“She was in a good spiritual state this past month,” said Rizvi, who called Rahman her best friend. “She’s always been vocal about the important role of nonviolent resistance in seeking change.”

Rahman was a staff lawyer at Bronx Legal Services, helping poor tenants facing evictions. Her supervisor, Jackeline Solivan, said she was deeply committed to the job and, like other colleagues, had been stressed about pressures on her clients caused by the outbreak.

Friends said they were not aware that the two were going to attend the protest that Friday, the second night of demonstrations in New York City.

While the previous night had been quiet, the scene at Barclays Center in Brooklyn turned chaotic on that second day. Videos on social media showed police beating protesters with batons and protesters throwing bottles and debris at police.

In the middle of the chaos, shortly after midnight, Mattis and Rahman, while riding around in his minivan, pulled over near the 88th police precinct at Classon and DeKalb avenues.

Rahman stepped out of the passenger seat and threw a Molotov cocktail through the broken window of an empty police car, setting the dashboard on fire, according to prosecutors, who said the episode was captured on surveillance video. No one was injured.

Inside the van, police also found a Bud Light beer bottle filled with toilet paper, a liquid believed to be gasoline and a lighter. Prosecutors said Rahman tried offering Molotov cocktails to other protesters so they could throw them.

The two were charged in Brooklyn federal court with causing damage by fire and explosives to a police vehicle. If convicted, they face a mandatory minimum of five years in prison.

After Mattis and Rahman spent more than two days in jail, a federal magistrate judge in Brooklyn released them each on $250,000 bond to home confinement with GPS monitoring, describing the allegations as “one night of behavior.”


Prosecutors appealed the ruling twice, calling the two a danger to the community. A federal appeals court sent them back to jail Friday, pending the outcome of their bail appeal.

Police also arrested another woman in Brooklyn, Samantha Shader, who was charged in federal court with throwing a Molotov cocktail at a police car in a separate incident that night. Four officers were able to escape from the car before any injury.

There does not appear to be a connection between the incident with Shader and the one that prosecutors said involved Mattis and Rahman.

Mattis and Rahman most likely met at a birthday party in Manhattan in October 2014, according to a mutual friend. Friends were not aware of romantic involvement between the two but said they were very close.

Rahman’s friends said her roots as an activist seemed evident when she attended Brooklyn Technical High School, one of the most selective public high schools in New York.

Andrea Wangsanata, a high school classmate, recalled that Rahman was often “vocal and adamant, advocating on the side of people who were systematically oppressed.”

Rahman was born in Pakistan and grew up in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, a neighborhood with a large population of Muslim immigrants. The neighborhood came under intense police scrutiny after the Sept. 11 terror attack, which became a defining experience for Rahman, childhood friends said.

Law school friends remembered that she criticized the policing in her neighborhood. In 2014, she co-authored a paper titled, “Changing the NYPD: A Progressive Blueprint for Sweeping Reform.”

Through college and law school at Fordham, she lived primarily at home with her mother. Her father died in 2012.


While Rahman pursued public interest law, Mattis took a more lucrative path.

Martin Guggenheim, one of Mattis’ law professors at NYU, remembered him explaining — “sometimes apologetically” — that he wanted to work at a law firm because he was the first person in his family with the opportunity to have that kind of career.

Mattis grew up in East New York at a time when the neighborhood was among the poorest and most violent in the city. Throughout his childhood, his mother, a Jamaican immigrant who worked as a home health aide and youth counselor at a group home, fostered several children.

He struggled with literacy in the early years of elementary school. By middle school, he became a voracious reader, a neighbor said.

Mattis went to boarding school at St. Andrew’s School in Delaware with the help of Prep for Prep, a competitive program that places high-achieving minority students in private high schools. He later was quoted in the program’s admissions packet as saying he “wanted a better future than that which was offered to me by going to my local high school.”

He was a football player in high school and briefly played rugby at Princeton, where he was also president of the Black Student Union and a member of Cap and Gown, one of the university’s exclusive eating clubs.

His college friends said they were particularly stunned by the allegations because he was known as a peacemaker on campus, the one who brought students of color to parties hosted by wealthy white students.

In recent years, Mattis shared posts on Facebook drawing attention to protests against police brutality and the death of Eric Garner in police custody.

Last summer, Mattis’ mother died of cancer. He moved back to her house in East New York and became responsible for the three children she was fostering, which his half-sister said had been their mother’s dying wish. The children are all under the age of 11.

“He goes to every parent-teacher conference,” said the half-sister, Doreen Crowe.

In recent months, Mattis chatted with friends about ideas he had for improving his neighborhood. He sat on the community board in East New York, focusing on housing.

Bill Wilkins, who serves on the board, had high hopes for Mattis, praising his charm and intelligence. Wilkins noted that the board’s offices were in a Police Department building and that the board had recently facilitated the donation of 5,000 surgical masks to the local precinct, though Mattis had no direct role.

Wilkins, a community activist who described himself as a child of the civil rights movement, said the news of Mattis’ arrest was upsetting.

Wilkins said his hopes for “passing on the mantle” to Mattis seem to have been dashed.

“We need Colin in the struggle,” he said, “but not what he is alleged to be doing.” Source




Friday, June 5, 2020

Riot Enabler Mayor Lightfoot Pleads With Walmart, Other Retailers To Not Abandon Chicago


Mayor Lightfoot Pleads With Walmart, Other Retailers To Not Abandon Chicago

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Mayor Lightfoot said she’s hopeful major retailers will reopen the Chicago stores that were looted or otherwise damaged during protests surrounding George Floyd’s killing by police in Minnesota. But, she’s unsure of one of the biggest.

Mayor Lightfoot said she was on a conference call with Walmart and other major retailers that had stores looted or heavily damaged during the unrest in Chicago. She said she pleaded with them to not abandon Chicago.

"I think in the case of Walmart, what they were focused on was assessing the damage. They are doing an effort to donate fresh produce, to the extent of what's left so it doesn't perish, and other perishables, and they are talking their time, as I would expect."

There were earlier reports that Walmart expected to rebuild all stores trashed by looters and vandals, but company officials later said they would open some stores and would not say which ones.

The Mayor said most of the others said they are committed to Chicago. She said she hopes Walmart follows suit.

"My hope is that they will come back," Lightfoot said. "But I got a resounding, 'Mayor, this is our city, this is our home,' from a lot of other retailers and I would hope that Walmart would follow suit." Source

Mayor Lightfoot  caused the Chicago riots..

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