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It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 3)

The news that at least seven police officers have been shot during “protests” over the death of George Floyd should not come as any surprise given the anti-police rhetoric embraced by leading Democrats, such as former President Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden, and other high profile elected officials.

As our friend J. Christian Adams recounted in his book, Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department,

Obama made his way from the chapel to a huge crowd waiting outside. Obama and other notables, including Hillary Clinton and Al Sharpton, addressed the crowd from a portable podium at the top of the chapel’s entryway stairs. The speakers were all people one would expect to hear at this kind of high-profile event, with one exception: New Black Panther Party chief Malik Zulu Shabazz, a future defendant in a DOJ voter intimidation lawsuit. He was flanked at the podium by several Panthers in full Panther battle regalia—black fatigues, beret, insignia, and boots. One of them was Panther “Field Marshal” Najee Muhammad, who is seen in a Panther video called “Training Day” in which he encourages blacks in DeKalb County, Georgia, to don ski masks, lie in wait behind shrubs, and kill police officers with AK-47s. Following that exhortation he mocks the hypothetical victims’ grieving widows.

You can’t watch “Training Day” and come away with any other conclusion than it is a call for a revolution, beginning with a war on America’s police forces.

So, these attacks on the police should be seen for what they are; not impulse-driven reactions to the killing of George Floyd, but part of a carefully choreographed wave of terrorist violence intended to influence the political outcome of this election.

Given that, it should surprise no one that outside the White House a cadre of Mandarin speaking Chinese were at the forefront of the riot. (You can learn more about this through the excellent reporting of citizen journalists, including Jennifer Zeng.)

And while “terrorist” has become synonymous with “Muslim terrorist” due to the number of jihadi attacks in America that took place during the Obama years, the violence of the present moment serves the purposes of both the far-Left and the Islamic supremacists Obama empowered to engage in jihad in America.

Indeed, they already work together.

As USA Today reported in 2016, “The connection between the African American community and Palestine is essential for human rights. It reminds us all that oppression has no boundaries and despite the differences our struggles are united,” Mariam Barghouti, a Palestinian-American journalist and translator from the West Bank said. “No justice is true justice without the liberation of all.”

According to an article written by Imani J. Jackson’s for USA Today, that connection took Black Lives Matter (BLM) to the Middle East just a little more than a month ago to talk to Palestinians who had not only sent advice via Twitter, but had at one point joined them in the 2016 riots in Ferguson, Missouri.

In the West Bank members of BLM teamed with Dream Defenders, a front group for far-Left billionaire and Nazi collaborator George Soros, who funds its operations through his Tides Foundation.

The 10-day trip — co-organized by Dream Defenders’ legal and policy director, Palestinian American Ahmad Abuznaid — was, according to Global Grind, a historic and unprecedented action to connect the oppression of black and brown people globally to the U.S. A number of representatives on the trip, including St. Louis rapper and poet Tef Poe, stood on the front lines of the riots in Ferguson, Mo. just months before to dismantle what the far-Left is trying to characterize as “state violence,” specifically the death of African-Americans at the hands of the police.

Likewise, it comes as no surprise that Islamic supremacist agitator Omar Suleiman was in the middle of a 2016 Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas and that al-Qaida’s “Inspire” propaganda magazine even made explicit reference to Ferguson protest slogans, including “Don’t Shoot,” and compared the situation in Ferguson to the conflict in Gaza.

Back in 2015 Legal Insurrection’s William A. Jacobson documented at some length the connections between Black Lives Matter, the Hamas-Palestinian front groups, and the Soros-funded far-Left and you can access his excellent reporting through this link.

Jacobson’s conclusion is this:

This is all part of a larger effort, particularly on U.S. campuses, to use “intersectional” theory to tie domestic race issues into Palestinian complaints about Israel, among other ways, through exaggeration and in some cases fabrication of alleged Israeli training of U.S. police. That way, any use of excessive force by a U.S. policeman is cause for anti-Israel activists to blame Israel and try to stoke hatred of Israel in domestic communities.

It’s a sick tactic, but it is one deeply ingrained in the anti-Israel movement in the U.S., which has sought to foment and exploit racial tensions long before Ferguson.

Members of the black community, especially the business owners, church members and religious leaders, would be shocked to learn that the intellectual godfathers of the Black Lives Matter movement are mostly white Communists, “queers” and leftist Democrats, intent on making blacks into cannon fodder for a radical Leftist revolution brewed by the money of a Nazi collaborator.

Republicans and conservatives must force themselves to recognize that the violence and riots perpetrated after the death of George Floyd are just the probing movements of the coming summer’s hardcore Leftist revolution that intends, through violence and intimidation, to hijack the American political process, thwart the will of the American people and throw the 2020 election into chaos.

The only way to stop this revolution is for Republicans and conservatives to stand together strongly and immediately for law and order and to campaign on maintaining it in the face of the further provocations we can be certain are coming.

It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 1)

It's Not A Protest, It's Not A Riot, It's A Revolution (Part 2)

Tomorrow: It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 4)
How mail-in ballots will contribute to the revolution..

George Rasley is editor of Richard Viguerie's and is a veteran of over 300 political campaigns. A member of American MENSA, he served on the staff of Vice President Dan Quayle, as Director of Policy and Communication for Congressman Adam Putnam (FL-12) then Vice Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee's Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs, and as spokesman for Rep. Mac Thornberry formerly a member of the House Intelligence Committee and Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

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