Terrorists love arson. Citrus Heights Homes Displaying American Flags Targeted By Arsonists https://t.co/YYH8hg2Vjf— Annette G. H. ? (@AnnetteGH86) June 10, 2020
Powerful pic.twitter.com/A42cpwAAXd— Battle Beagle (@HarmlessYardDog) June 10, 2020
Aww. How sweet.— Michael Hustus (@HustusMichael) June 10, 2020
These aren’t 2 disgusting, worthless animals stomping on the head of a defenseless young white girl.
That’s silly talk.
These are just 2 sweet innocent victims of ‘Racial Injustice’..
Trying to stomp open a young girl’s skull to gain “equality”.. pic.twitter.com/2IZYJ0KhAa
13/ The editor-in-chief of Bon Appetit, Adam Rapoport, has stood down after a piece he wrote genuflecting to BLM was judged to be insufficiently pious by his staff (and he wore an inappropriate Halloween costume 13 years ago).https://t.co/pX8xhUFSpX— The Free Speech Union (@SpeechUnion) June 9, 2020
17/ Claudia Eller, Editor-in-Chief of Variety, has been forced to take “administrative leave” after snapping back when a person of colour criticised her self-flagellating article about the lack of diversity at Variety for being insufficiently pious https://t.co/byVRxScrsu— The Free Speech Union (@SpeechUnion) June 10, 2020
excuse me while I change around some definitions pic.twitter.com/P62iRyizRc— AnechoicMedia (@AnechoicMedia_) June 10, 2020
HBO Max removed “Gone With the Wind” from its platform amid growing concerns about racial injustice in the wake of the killing of George Floyd (corrects typo) https://t.co/vqnzHV3Ro1— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) June 10, 2020
Someone knocked the head off the Christopher Columbus statue in the North End last night. pic.twitter.com/woTg96AJWI— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) June 10, 2020
People say the reason to vote for Trump is that his second term will forestall the destructive march of “Cultural Marxism.” But I’ve lost track of how many monuments have been destroyed or defaced in the last few days with utter impunity. https://t.co/VGA5igUBWg— ????? ?. ???????? (@emeriticus) June 10, 2020
Antifa and BLM have broken into Seattle city hall— ELIJAH (@ElijahSchaffer) June 10, 2020
Despite their mayor @MayorJenny being beyond progressive
They are demanding she resign since she won’t defund the Police
This is the new normal in big cities of America
BREAKING: A statue of Christopher Columbus in Byrd Park has been removed by protesters and dragged into the lake. This is a developing story. pic.twitter.com/yFjiUdPTMk— WTVR CBS 6 Richmond (@CBS6) June 10, 2020
Gradually, we began to hate them.
We determined that we had to be rid of this class of people once and for all. It would be better to be conquered and live under the rule of foreigners than these people.
“That strange revolution which sees the sons of the bourgeois throw cobblestones at the sons of proletarians.” So observed the French writer Jean Cau of Paris in 1968, when student protests about living conditions at the university erupted into a historic rebellion against the old guard.
That year, the United States was rocked by riots, assassinations and political crisis, and half a century later, history seems to be, if not repeating itself, then certainly rhyming. Yet while there are huge differences between the 1968 and 2020 disturbances, the one continuous theme running through both uprisings, and indeed all revolutions down the years, is the prominent role of the middle class. In particular, the upper-middle-class, the haute bourgeoise, are the driving force behind revolt and disorder throughout history, especially — as with today — when they feel they have no future. ..
Lenin’s Bolsheviks followed in this fashion, radicalised by their experience at universities, not factories. The Russian revolutionaries were so bourgeois that, as Daniel Kalder observed in Dictator Literature: “Only one solitary worker ever sat on the executive board of Lenin’s party, and he turned out to be a police spy.”
That noble tradition of haute bourgeoisie revolution continues today, especially in the US. The Occupy movement, for example, is deeply opposed to the 1% but largely because they come from the 2-5%; Amy Chua cited figures suggesting that in New York, more than half it members earned $75,000 or more while only 8% were on low incomes, compared to 30% of the city. They also have hugely disproportionate numbers of graduates and post-grads among their members.
The wider Great Awokening, of which the 2020 disturbances are a part, is a very elite phenomenon, with progressive activists nearly twice as likely as the average American to make more than $100,000 a year, nearly three times as likely to have a postgraduate degree, and only one-quarter as likely to be black. Likewise with the radicalisation of American academia, with the safe spaces movement most prevalent at elite colleges, where students were much more likely to disinvite speakers or express more extreme views.
This indicates a significant radicalisation of the rich, a process that began in the 1960s when the heavily class-based politics of the 20th century began to shift. …”
“My daddy works for the courts.”
This video is from one of their riots before COVID-19. It sums up what is going on. We are watching “white privilege” in action as these people riot and prosecutors drop charges against them.