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   One is the Left’s long march through the institutions, which began in the 1960s and has ended in total victory: The Left controls the establishment media, the educational system, the corporate culture, the entertainment industry, and more.1989  voted  to make spanking illegal..

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I’ve never been in a situation as a writer in which my livelihood was at risk for continuing to tell the truth as I see it. I never felt that my entire family would fall under threat if I wrote the truth about groups that have insidiously taken over the media, proclaiming anyone who disagrees with them to be hateful racists. I never imagined that I’d be censored to the point that I’ve lost control of my own social media accounts, that my website would be at risk, or that my voice would be among those who have been silenced so that a new regime of media could burn our virtual books.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_AnarchyIf America ‘Doesn’t Give Us What We Want, We Will Burn Down this System’



https://t.co/LlmPCHjz7Q
https://thefederalist.com/2020/06/22/rioters-tear-down-monuments-in-envy-at-people-who-do-what-they-cant-build/
1996   https://twitter.com/i/status/1269491201826344960

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Want a "touchy" hot button topic ?  here ya' go ! 
A pandemic virus, an economic disaster, some wars, hordes of illegal immigrants, lots of socialistic-globalist thinking, some old...newly revisited ethnic problems, social unrest and rioting.
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The world has been pretty much the same for 5-6 thousand years now...  during the 1940s and '50s America, subversive, Black or Communist protests, publications, and speech were all not tolerated by the government as being seditionist and incitement.
after American society accepted, radical thinking and public demonstration back during the 1960s we began devolving into this current 2020 social mess.

    .https://www.aclunc.org/our-work/know-your-rights/know-your-rights-free-speech-protests-demonstrations

the First Amendment to the United States Constitution protect your right to free expression. nobody can restrict your rights simply because they don't like what you say.Young or old; anarchist or evangelical; pacifist or hawk; Mormon or Muslim; these rights apply to you. It doesn't matter whether you're a U.S. citizen, whether you're of voting age, or whether you speak English. Free-speech rights are for everybody. The First Amendment protects your right to express your opinion, even if it's unpopular. You may criticize the President, the Congress, or the chief of police without fear of retaliation. But this right doesn't extend to libel, slander, obscenity, "true threats," or speech that incites imminent violence or law-breaking. If you grab a megaphone during a riot and yell "shoot the cop" or "loot the shop," you may reasonably expect trouble.
Can I talk about government overthrow or taking over the streets?
Yes, for the most part.The government can't stop you from talking generally about ideas or future events. But it may ban speech that’s "directed to inciting or producing imminent lawless action and is likely to incite or produce such action.'You can't be held responsible for the way that counter-demonstrators or your own supporters react, as long as your words don't directly incite violence or law-breaking. It's the responsibility of the police to control the crowd.
What if others react violently to what I say?

Freedom of Speech / Right to Assemble 

The most basic component of freedom of expression is the right to freedom of speech.Freedom of speech may be exercised in a direct (words) or a symbolic (actions) way. Freedom of speech is recognized as a human right under article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The right to freedom of speech allows individuals to express themselves without government interference or regulation. The Supreme Court requires the government to provide substantial justification for the interference with the right of free speech where it attempts to regulate the content of the speech. Generally, a person cannot be held liable, either criminally or civilly for anything written or spoken about a person or topic, so long as it is truthful or based on an honest opinion and such statements.
A less stringent test is applied for content-neutral legislation. The Supreme Court has also recognized that the government may prohibit some speech that may cause a breach of the peace or cause violence. For more on unprotected and less protected categories of speech see advocacy of illegal actionfighting wordscommercial speech and obscenity. The right to free speech includes other mediums of expression that communicate a message. The level of protection speech receives also depends on the forum in which it takes place.   
Despite the popular misunderstanding, the right to freedom of the press guaranteed by the First Amendment is not very different from the right to freedom of speech. It allows an individual to express themselves through publication and dissemination. It is part of the constitutional protection of freedom of expression. It does not afford members of the media any special rights or privileges not afforded to citizens in general.

The right to assemble allows people to gather for peaceful and lawful purposes. Implicit within this right is the right to association and belief. The Supreme Court has expressly recognized that a right to freedom of association and belief is implicit in the First, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments. Freedom of assembly is recognized as a human right under article 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights under article 20. This implicit right is limited to the right to associate for First Amendment purposes. It does not include a right of social association. The government may prohibit people from knowingly associating in groups that engage and promote illegal activities. The right to associate also prohibits the government from requiring a group to register or disclose its members or from denying government benefits on the basis of an individual's current or past membership in a particular group. There are exceptions to this rule where the Court finds that governmental interests in disclosure/registration outweigh interference with First Amendment rights. The government may also, generally, not compel individuals to express themselves, hold certain beliefs, or belong to particular associations or groups.
The right to petition the government for a redress of grievances guarantees people the right to ask the government to provide relief for a wrong through litigation or other governmental action. It works with the right of assembly by allowing people to join together and seek change from the government. 
ever been TO MOUNT RUSHMORE, STONE MOUNTAIN, WASHINGTON D.C., THE ARIZONA, HIROSHIMA, THE WALL,
back during the 1960s   

social discipline, respect and responsibility  may 25th George Floyd June 7 to date rally-resultabts

grown /evolved/ learned to be "out of sync" because of been there-done that..expeeriences

 life inside “boundaries” or a moral norm (or a religious norm, whichever suits you). That’s what actually makes us humans.
That new awakening (the "true" founding) of America began with JFK.

All that has happened since, can be examined and understood  easily..."if"... anyone wished to explain away the SNCC, CORE, Black Panthers, Chicano, Nation of Islam, Hippies, BLM, Me Too, AOC, China, 1619, Press 2, ANTIFA and Twin Towers intermeshings... but, in 2020 no one would ever have the interest...  much less take the time. 
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Before entering, we have all stood there before the big "Rules and Regulations" sign posted at the gate... no one "reads" it, and most people do not even remember "seeing" it... these 10 foot high boldly printed lists of rules have always intrigued me, a lot of time, cost and referencing went into creating that sign (Rule # 8, or Ordinance # 304.6 c, or somesuch), and they seem to always be well thought out.

I have often asked "why all of the rules ?" and heard "we run a tight ship here", or "you have to be clear about rules" or even "sometimes we have to 'show' people the rules"... with all 25 of these rules... the next question I asked was "How do you enforce all of these rules ?"  and then, after not (ever) seeing an enforcer on site... "who... enforces these rules ?"... 

Begging the final question of: "Why have rules if you are not going to enforce them ?"

The answer is: "We don't enforce them, hell, even those of us who work here don't follow them... they are just there for insurance, lawsuits, and legal-intent protection... "should" we ever "need" to enforce the law, or CYA".

So, you go past the sign, sit down, and watch all of these rule-breakers freely doing as they wish (un-controlled, at will and without any fear of reprimand), it reminds you of Dad putting you on a month's restriction, then Mom letting you go... or, "knowing" the police do not work on Tuesdays, or "who cares ?", "I don't have to follow the rules so f__k" off !".









a lack of self discipline, ignoring the rules, Unenforcement, all create a  disrespect of authority and validate not yielding to the orders of a superior, or enforcement, or penalties for disobedience.

Any/all segments of any society needs rules... many are written on signage (as reminders and CYA), but most are common sense, ingrained, and universal no-brainers. (bathing, appropriate dress, social mores, drive on the right side, stop signs, traffic signals, speed limits, being the most common).

Beginning at home as a child in a family, all societies work, play, live and relax inside a snow-globe of  the alternative is anarchy-chaos and feral apocalyptic.  To make this work, one must have the "ability" to accept rules, and be self disciplined enough to respect authority, and obedience to laws.


Beginning at home as a child in a family,    is called "anarchy. discipline requires that subordinates always obey orders of their superiors   avoid punishment, to maintain some sort of order in society and to prevent absolute chaos.
The Fourth Amendment allows it. This is the objective, reasonableness standard. The Fourth Amendment Reasonableness Requirement      subordinates always obey orders of their superiors
I view ordinances against jaywalking as a legitimate exercise of the state or city's power. Even if I knew that I would not be caught, I would still not want to break a law. The thoughts expressed herein are the opinions of the author.
Laws protect our general safety, and ensure our rights as citizens against abuses by other people, by organizations, and by the government itself. We have laws to help provide for our general safety. These exist at the local, state and national levels,  During the now 120-day Oregon Covid19, US lockdown, and these BLM protests, as I sit here in a remote and rural pacific Northwest coastal town watching streaming news feeds from big cities all around America, and have the usual email confusion and questions coming in (especially from our Balkan, East European and Indian readers), I am forced to analyze what the hell is going on ?.

command authority   ne dictionary defines discipline as “training which produces obedience or self-control, often in the form of rules and punishments if these are broken.” Of course, discipline should never be unreasonable or abusive. On the other hand, it should not be vague or inconsequential,
discipline  obeys rules and codes of conduct, using punishment to correct disobedience So, before responding back to the questions, I took time to deep-think about my own views of what "my" America is, and what it stands for, here in my town, and abroad, and "who I am" as an analyst and player in this 2020 time. 

What happened was, my simple post went awry after realizing that most of America is clueless, uninformed, and downright ignorant of our past (disrespectful would be too polite).  Seemingly everyone grew up in a hippy parented, permissive lily white suburb, actually met a black person once (in a store), and therefore understands ethnicity, and the history of American industrialization and inner-city (as an "expert"), I did not mention their well traveled international foreign experiences gained at the Jade Mountain in St. Lucia.



I align with places I grew up, lived, colleged and worked at... (Minneapolis/St. Paul, Milwaukee, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Buffalo, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans, Houston, Memphis, St. Louis, and others)... All are East of the Mississippi, North of the Mason-Dixon, in the North Coast and North East, "not" in corn, cowboy, salmon or surf states.

After seeking out the TV news live-stream for each location, I listen to the (primarily younger) reporter, and the "supposed" local man-on-the-street (whose accent betrays him), analysis and interpretations of whats going on, and why.  I read the web postings, the written analysis, and especially pan through the "Comments" sections below.

Here is where it goes afoul... 

There is a very beat to death, rotting horse carcass that will attest to the multitude of times I refer to having grown up in a arrogant pro-American industrial North coast ethnic-religious-intellectualy diverse city overloaded with enthusiasm, pride, and a kick-their-asses competitive spirit. 

Collectively... you are exposed, to the problematics of mixed ethnicity, there is no opting out, or avoiding it (unless you are rich), you are hated, despised, taunted, and shamed for your social status, your religion, your physique, hair and skin tone, your clothes, and your house by anyone different than yourself.  

This situation has gone on since the cave days, this tribe hates that tribe, there are so many similarities to the conflicts that any "intelligent" person (big point there!)... can research history and count the whys and whos of conflict and see they are all identical.

I was sat down and told at a very young age.

Realize here in your own neighborhood how it really is... everyone is the same race, nationality, religion, we are all about as rich as each other, and we all eat the same food,
most of us even look alike, we mostly dress the same, and we all have names that people laugh at.

 you see and hear people fighting, arguing, yelling a each other, and we have families that will not talk to other families, you have happy people and sad, and sometimes mean people here, this is home, we all sleep here, and understand our neighborhood.

When we go to school, or shopping, or travel and visit outside of our neighborhood, we do not know the people and they do not know us.  they are afraid of our different ways and looks, are afraid we will hurt them somehow, and want us out of their area.

When they come to our neighborhood sometimes they get the same treatment, it has been this way long before even the bible, 

I blame sports... after 1900, baseball started an identity war between these cities... adding to the already intense manufacturing growth and competitions, Industrial infighting, and the rise of labor unions. in 1917 as we dragged our feet entering WW One, President Woodrow Wilson said of Americans ... 

 "Once these people are led into war, they'll forget there ever was such a thing as tolerance. To fight you must be brutal and ruthless, and the spirit of ruthless brutality will enter into the very fiber of our national life, infecting Congress, the courts, the policeman on the beat, the man in the street."  

And, in 1920, (after the war), the Spanish Flu Pandemic, Prohibition, Labor unions, corruption/crime, the KKK, and the red scare ending with a 1924 immigration halt, and a black exodus began northward across the Mason-Dixon, the war had "indeed", fueled an American intolerance of any/all ethnic groups or identities.

Summation: during the 1920-1940 era America was "coming of age", literacy was up, the financial prosperity "or" of the 20's "roar" due to industrial and infrastructure growth was insanely great, Americas place atop the world structure, and the establishment of "classes"  established by financial and/or intellect prowess.. was an all new stage for America.

The great depression of the 1930s destroyed it all, and soberly releveled the playing field, actually creating the "new" American rebirth with wwll.

The self-repair happened with the 1940-on years of needing maximum labor to support the war effort, which brought on another massive black exodus North, immediately at the wars end in 1945, "de"-segregation mentality and actions started all across the North and Western America states. 

......................that sets the stage for my 1950-1970 experienced exposures to ethnic racism and disparities in Cleveland Ohio, from whence all of my established opinions arise. it all starts with  being knowledgeable on how... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Migration_(African_American), 1964 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT,   1964 NATION OF ISLAM DETROIT 1965, BLACK PANTHER MVMNT 1966 OAKLAND, HOUGH RIOTS for 4 days in 1966. 1968 MLK ASSASINATIONCleveland's black population from 85,000 in 1940 to 251,000 in 1960; by 1960 blacks made up over 30% of the city's population. BY Y2K 50%, GUESSTIMATES ARE 50% TODAY,  THE TALE IS IN THE INDUSRIALIZATION Cleveland population was around 1 million all during ww2 and up until the early 1960's, today it is 350,000.

1.8 million in Detroit 1950 550,000 today,and 85% black, https://247wallst.com/special-report/2017/11/03/the-worst-cities-for-black-americans-2/3/

https://www.thatsister.com/best-cities-in-america-for-black-families-to-live/3/


like other steel towns Gary Indiana the city's black population increased from 21% in 1930, 39% in 1960, to 53% in 1970. 85% at Y2K, the city went from 200,00 in 1960 to 70,000 today
Chicago went from 3.5 million in 1960 to 2.5 million in y2k Chicago's South Side emerged as United States second-largest urban black concentration @ 40%, following New York's Harlem.

I cannot ever really got over the influence of that upbringing, although I was forced to tone it down before people west of the Rockie called in the vans with the guys in white jackets... by my mid-twenties, I realized my training and attitudes had been replaced with permissiveness, pacifism, marijuana, F__k it, and I don't give-a-shit.

But the scars were there, the brainwashing was already completed, and I was to wander around in an alien landscape of having this obedience and respect for authority, and my country... following rules of protocol and recognizing social etiquettes and graces that no one else saw, 



 businesses, like people should never wear colors,  I have walked out of, and boycotted businesses, taxicabs, and public spaces that display their religious or ethnic colors, it is a "see me" indulgence, intended to send a message... and it does !  a panther head, star of David, hammer and sickle, cross, crescent, red star, Buddha swatzika,  BLM fist, or altar is simply inappropriate for display.


gang, high school, nfl, biker, nba, hockey, soccer jackets and hats 


\Police officers and military leaders must emanate “command presence” at all times while on-duty. This is to SHOW their authority.


Eric Kaufmann, professor of politics at the University of London Birkbeck College."

1. Rebalance the history taught in schools until its voices and subjects reflect the demographics of the population and heritage of Native people and citizens of color

2. Move, after public consultation, to a new American anthem that better reflects our diversity as a people
"3. Rename our cities and towns until they match the demographics of the population
"4. Rebalance the art shown in museums across the country until an analysis of content shows that it reflects the demography of the population and perspective of Native people and citizens of color
"5. Move, after an open public process, to a new name for our country that better reflects the contributions of Native Americans and our diversity as a people
"6. Rename our states until they better reflect the heritage of Native people and citizens of color
"7. Gradually replace many older public buildings with new structures that don't perpetuate a Eurocentric order, until a more representative public space is achieved
"8. Respectfully remove the monument to four white male presidents at Mount Rushmore, as they presided over the conquest of Native people and repression of women and minorities
"9. Allow our public parks to return to their natural state, before a European sense of order was imposed upon them
"10. Move, after public consultation, to a new American flag that better reflects our diversity as a people
"11. Consider adopting a new national language, that will be forged from the immigrant and Native linguistic diversity of this country's past.
"12. Remove existing statues of white men from public spaces until the stock of statues matches the demographics of the population
"13. Gently remodel the statue of liberty to make it better reflect the diversity of America
"14. Rename our streets and neighbourhoods until they match the demographics of the population
"15. Move, after public consultation, to a new American constitution that better reflects our diversity as a people
"16. Begin changing the layout of our cities, towns, and highways, moving away from the grid system to follow the more natural trails originally used by Native people"
Qur’anic teachings calling for killing non-Muslims (2:190, 4:89, cf. 9:5), striking their necks (47:4) and being ruthless toward them (48:29) create a culture of violence