Sdwjr.Blog:Black People Protest.White People do the opposite

“Black People protest.White People do the opposite.”Sdwjr

The only people who refused to accept or believe that they’re not violent are White People themselves.That is totally ok if they want to think that about themselves.

For us who studies history very well know that White People understanding of freedom is through violent or to be violent.Where they got that behavior from came off the British.

We know that White people haven’t recovered from that abused and infact that is the same violent they used against the British to be free.That is the only way they know how to be free from anything.VIOLENT!!!

We can’t be amazed but amazed at what these people are doing in this country.The things have seen and still see these people doing,it never a surprised at the damages they continued to create on Black people and other races.

Black people aren’t permitted to express themselves or dislike in the way that White people do.Which is totally an act of discrimination.

SDWJR.Blog:White America Can Destroy AMERICA But Black America

“We will never give up, we will never concede. It doesn’t happen. You don’t concede when theft is involved,” Trump told a crowd of hundreds gathered at a “Save America” rally in Washington, D.C.

The US Capitol went into lockdown Wednesday as throngs of President Donald Trump’s supporters breached barriers around the building and clashed with Capitol Police.

They can’t clash with Police because the very White Police Union endorsed President Trump;therefore,that part of the story needs to be corrected.What really bothering to many who were called rebels ,terrorists and looters during the death of George Floyd,they were standing for something worth fighting for compared President Trump false voter fraud.I wondered what will they called these White Trump’s supporters who terrified other people in Washington D.C?????

White America wants to preach to the world about equality and respect for human rights but themselves don’t ever practice what they required others to do.That is a form of hypocrisy and deception at that.They have been predators and oppressor of Black people for over 400 plus years.

Why is it ok for White America to attacked the State Capitol but it isn’t ok for black America to do so.How can they claimed that the same shoe on their foot is the same ones on black America when that reality don’t add up.

“How can White America claimed that the same shoe on their foot is the same one on black America when that reality don’t add up.”Sdwjr

The entire world is watching them play themselves out publicly each and everyday.While the whole world watch in total silence.What was hidden is coming to light right before our eyes.

SDWJR.BLOG:White People mobilizes National Guard and city approves emergency resolution ahead of charging decision in police shooting of Jacob Blake

(CNN)Wisconsin is mobilizing the National Guard and the city of Kenosha approved an emergency declaration Monday ahead of the announcement of the decision on possible charges in the police shooting of Jacob Blake in August.

Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Gravely will deliver his charging decision for the officer who shot the 29-year-old Black man within the first two weeks of January, according to a the agenda of Monday’s city council meeting, which unanimously approved granting Mayor John Antaramian emergency powers once the announcement is made.

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced Monday he is mobilizing 500 National Guard troops ahead of the decision at the request of local officials.

“Our members of the National Guard will be on hand to support local first responders, ensure Kenoshans are able to assemble safely, and to protect critical infrastructure as necessary,” Evers said in the statement.

Blake was shot seven times in the back by a White Kenosha police officer, Rusten Sheskey, responding to a call about a domestic incident on August 23, 2020. Blake survived the shooting but was left paralyzed from the waist down.

Disturbing video of the incident led to mass protests in Kenosha as well as across the US. 

Ben Crump, the civil rights attorney who represents Blake’s family, said police shot Blake after he had tried to break up an argument between two women. Blake was entering his car, where his three young sons were, when an officer grabbed his shirt and shot him at point blank range, Crump said. 

Officers rendered aid to Blake before he was flown to a Milwaukee hospital, Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation said.

Blake’s father, Jacob Blake Sr., on Monday called for charges against the officer while urging Kenosha to “stand up and make some noise.”

He added, “Let’s be heard around the world. We’re not going to stop in Kenosha. We’re headed to DC. We’re headed to Nancy Pelosi’s office. We’re headed to whoever is going to be in charge of the Senate. Because this has got to be federally heard, for not just my son, but for everybody who has suffered police brutality — everyone.”

Officers rendered aid to Blake before he was flown to a Milwaukee hospital, Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation said.

Blake’s father, Jacob Blake Sr., on Monday called for charges against the officer while urging Kenosha to “stand up and make some noise.”

He added, “Let’s be heard around the world. We’re not going to stop in Kenosha. We’re headed to DC. We’re headed to Nancy Pelosi’s office. We’re headed to whoever is going to be in charge of the Senate. Because this has got to be federally heard, for not just my son, but for everybody who has suffered police brutality 

LeBron James congratulates Carmelo Anthony for passing Tim Duncan in scoring

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James had a pretty great start to the New Year on Friday. His Lakers started the New Year with a tight victory over the San Antonio Spurs to earn their second straight road win and then LeBron’s favorite college football team, the Ohio State Buckeyes, rolled to a blowout win over the Clemson Tigers in their College Football Playoff semifinal.

Saturday was also a great night for those in LeBron’s famous Banana Boat crew, especially Portland Trail Blazers forward Carmelo Anthony. Although Anthony was unable to play in a match-up earlier this week against LeBron and the Lakers, Anthony scored 18 points on Friday night to move past Tim Duncan into 14th place on the NBA’s All-Time scoring list. James celebrated the milestone for his friend Anthony on Instagram on Friday night.

Kenosha mayor and chief of police plan precautionary efforts ahead of Jacob Blake decision

KENOSHA — Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian, and Police Chief Daniel Miskinis announced Sunday morning that they are planning precautionary efforts to ensure the safety of the public ahead of the charging decision regarding the police shooting of Jacob Blake back in August. 

Mayor Antaramian and Chief Miskinis have been informed that the decision is likely to be announced within the first two weeks of Jan and are working to protect peaceful demonstrations 
and prevent unlawful activity. 

To ensure public safety, Kenosha officials are prepping for numerous possibility and safety effort include:

  • Designation of a demonstration space
  • Limitations on City bus routes
  • Road closures
  • Curfew
  • Protective fencing

2 White officers identified in death of Black man as lawyer blasts “coverup”

They identified an off-duty sheriff’s sergeant who helped shove Ellis’ leg to hogtie him while he was handcuffed and prone on the ground and a fifth Tacoma police officer who placed a spit guard over Ellis’ head after he had complained that he could not breathe, the Seattle Times reported.

Officers Matthew Collins, Christopher Burbank, Masyih Ford and Timothy Rankine were placed on leave as the investigation into Ellis’ death continues.

The Washington State Patrol named the newly identified officers as Pierce County Sheriff’s Office Det. Sgt. Gary Sanders and Tacoma Police Officer Armando Farina. Neither has faced suspension. Both officers have been classified as witnesses and not as targets of the investigation.

The family’s lawyer, James Bible, told CBS affiliate KIRO-TV that the family was unaware additional officers  were involved until now. He also said the report shows that eyewitness videos contradict the police officers’ written recollections of the incident.

“There was a remarkable coverup by the city of Tacoma and the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office,” said Bible.

Ellis, 33, was walking home from a convenience store on March 3 with a snack when Tacoma police said they saw him trying to get inside a car as it made a turn. Police said Ellis charged at one officer, lifted him up and violently threw him to the ground, but video of the incident filmed by two witnesses contradicted the police narrative, the Times reported.

Sara McDowell and Samuel Cowden, both of whom drove by and filmed parts of the death, characterized the officers as aggressors. They said and videos indicate Ellis was placed in a chokehold and shocked with a Taser. His head or neck was pinned under an officer’s knee. Neither eyewitness was interviewed during the Sheriff’s investigation, but the two later spoke to state patrol investigators.

The Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office later determined that Ellis’ cause of death was oxygen deprivation caused by restraint and ruled it a homicide.

Tacoma Police Department spokesperson Officer Wendy Haddow said the department would not comment until it has reviewed the investigative records released Wednesday by the state patrol.

Minneapolis Police Fatally Shoot Man During Traffic Stop (SDWJR.Blog)

It was the first killing by a Minneapolis officer since George Floyd’s death in May. The chief said witnesses indicated that the man had fired first.A Minneapolis police officer killed a man in an exchange of gunfire during a traffic stop on Wednesday evening, the police chief said, the first killing by a member of the department since George Floyd’s death in May. Protesters quickly descended on the snow-covered scene, and city officials begged them not to revive the unrest that left parts of the city aflame in the spring.

Chief Medaria Arradondo said at a news conference that witness statements indicated that the man had first fired at the officers after they stopped the car he was driving around 6:15 p.m., less than a mile from where Mr. Floyd was killed. At least one officer then returned fire, he said, killing the man.

Chief Arradondo vowed to release footage from the officers’ body cameras on Thursday.

Congresswoman-elect Cori Bush reflects on her Black Lives Matter roots and why she ran for Congress

Representative-elect Cori Bush did not envision herself as an activist — let alone the first Black woman to represent Missouri in Congress — when she took to the streets in 2014 to protest the shooting death of Michael Brown.

Brown, a Black 18-year-old, was shot and killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who is white, on Aug. 9, 2014. The incident sparked nationwide protests and marked a national recognition of the Black Lives Matter movement.

“I didn’t set out to become an activist. That wasn’t even a thing back then,” Bush, a former nurse and pastor who lived six minutes away from where Brown died, told ABC News’ “The Year: 2020.” “I was watching my community in rage. I was watching my community just look a way and feel a way that I was unfamiliar with.”

Major Blasio called Who Woman Actions “racism, plain and simple.”

The elder Harrold posted a video of the incident on Instagram showing the woman demanding the teen hand back the “stolen” cell phone multiple times.

She then lunged at the father and son, the video shows. An Uber driver dropped off her missing phone moments later, police said.

Mayor de Blasio tweeted support for Harrold and his son, calling the woman’s actions “racism, plain and simple.”

Charges Expected in Racial NYC Hotel Confrontation Involving Musician’s Teen Son

Mayor Bill de Blasio described the case as a clear example of racism, tweeting, “It would be horrific at any age, but it’s especially offensive that it happened to a child”

The NYPD plans to bring charges against a woman who allegedly falsely accused the son of noted Black jazz musician of stealing her phone at an upscale New York City hotel over the weekend, its chief of detectives said Tuesday.

Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said at a news briefing that the decision came after the NYPD obtained video footage of the Saturday confrontation at SoHo’s Arlo Hotel. The woman’s identity has not been released.

The case, described in pained and frustrated detail on Instagram by musician Keyon Harrold in a Sunday Instagram post, initially appeared to warrant harassment charges, Harrison said, but added the video showed the verbal argument did escalate. Harrold was left with slight injuries. His son wasn’t hurt.

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