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DACA

By Patrick Van Roy On June 19th, 2020 at 3:03 am

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision invalidating President Trump’s reversal of former President Obama’s DACA executive order was a victory for the illegal immigration lobby, but a stinging blow to common sense and the rule of law.  The grounds upon which the Roberts Court made this decision were ridiculous. The court stopped short of saying that Obama‘s edict was proper, but struck down Trump’s reversal because, supposedly, it did not express an adequate rationale for its order.  “We do not decide whether DACA or its rescission are sound policies,” Roberts said. “We address only whether the agency complied with the procedural requirement that it provide a reasoned explanation for its action. Here the agency failed to consider the conspicuous issues of whether to retain forbearance and what if anything to do about the hardship to DACA recipients.”  In the court’s prime Dissent, Justice Clarence Thomas nailed it.  “The majority does not even attempt to explain why a court has the authority to scrutinize an agency’s policy reasons for rescinding an unlawful program under the arbitrary and capricious microscope,” Thomas said. “The decision to countermand an unlawful agency action is clearly reasonable. So long as the agency’s determination of illegality is sound, our review should be at an end.”

Now whether or not you think DACA is a good thing or a bad thing, where you stand on the actual issue is irrelevant. What is relevant is the New Standard and Category of Law that the Supreme Court just created out of whole cloth.

The Constitution states that all Laws are created by Congress, the Legislative Branch. DACA is a Law that was created by President Obama. He wrote it and stated it was now the Law of the Land. President Trump did the same thing Obama did in regards to Obama’s DACA he voided it in the same manner it was created.

The Supreme Courts Ruling say’s he can’t do that, and the Law Stands.

The consequences of that Decision are that now Presidents can write Law, not only can they write Laws those Laws can not be overturned.

Just think of the fun…….

June 17 1972

By Patrick Van Roy On June 17th, 2020 at 11:32 pm

Break-in at the Watergate Hotel ends in arrests

Five men, including US President Richard Nixon’s security chief, are arrested after breaking into the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters at the Watergate Complex in Washington, DC. What Nixon’s press secretary later dubs a ‘third-rate burglary’ will be the undoing of a presidency.

The Politics of Hate

By Patrick Van Roy On June 17th, 2020 at 1:49 am

Currently in his 14th term as a congressman, that’s 24yrs Congressman James Clyburn is a poster child for Term Limits and a definite example of the Politics of Hate. President Trump signed a bill funding Black Colleges FOREVER. Jared Kushner pushed it through and got it finished. However to the esteemed Congressman Clyburn they did NOTHING he and another term limit poster child had been working on it forever…… which is the point this idiot just can’t see……

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Peaceful Protest

By Patrick Van Roy On June 16th, 2020 at 4:20 am

I refuse……

By Patrick Van Roy On June 16th, 2020 at 3:22 am

Nothing that has happened since the beginning of February has done a thing to change a single view I’ve held. Just the opposite it has hardened my angst against the Idiocy and the Lawlessness.

They scared the hell out of us with Chicom Flu. I agree with the Lockdown as did everyone in the world. The Chinese went dark about a new virus that was dropping people like flies with a ground zero of their bioweapons lab. The lockdown saved lives, but….. Politicians went nuts. Taking on power they do not have and selectively making peoples lives a living hell.  It was not based in any science but by political dictates, the fact that 70% of the dead are all from elderly care centers prove there was no science involved.

The tension has been visible in the air, the fact that there are riots has been expected. It first looked it might explode from the right. It’s never good to see armed protestors for any reason even though it’s a Legal Right, it’s a right that makes people very nervous and leads to nowhere good, However not a shot was fired, not a building burned, not a single person robbed let alone business looted. And still we couldn’t go to work or church.

Then poor Mr. Floyd was murdered, and there wasn’t a single person who did not say plain and simple “The Cop Killed Him” it was unanimous. A burning of a city in the US happens. If Minneapolis burned for few days we all would have just ate popcorn and watched. It would be expected.

Let no disaster go to waste….. there is profit in chaos….

The explosives have been piling up, the stress and tension of the entire lockdown had been waiting to blow. A racial killing by a cop….. The Press and the Politicians poured the gas and gave their brownshirts matches. Cities all over the country have been destroyed. Peoples lives have been lost and still they keep pouring fuel onto the fire. Forget the so called social distancing or any guidelines against the chicom flu…. it’s systemic racism, never mind that out of the 14 killed so far in these riots 12 have been black along with 80% of the property damage being minority owned and ran small businesses.

The icing on the cake Defund the Cops….. No one would suffer more from such a thing than the minority community.  No one who has actually lived in an american city would actually accept such a move.  Ask those who lived in NYC before Giuliani, who’ve ever lived in Philly, Chicago, Detroit. Without the Police the animals will eat you alive and put it on youtube and facebook live….. but this is the distraction they’ve decided to go with.

The only thing that matters is the election and we have one party that has decided if the country must burn and suffer to regain their power so be it. Chaos and Mayhem is the Platform, the peasants be damned.

Contrary to what you’ve been sold, the average American had a job, the average American no matter race, creed, color, or immigrant generation goes to that job everyday, comes home to their family and just want to live their lives. There is one Party that is holding that ransom. Not only refusing to allow the average person to go about their daily lives, but they are spurring on a mob that is attacking anything and everything that is decent while blaming anyone who doesn’t support anarchy and mayhem as the problem. Oh and you’re also racist…..

141 days of hell to go…… bread and circuses for everyone.

You Decide

By Patrick Van Roy On June 15th, 2020 at 2:14 pm

The following video contains the Bodycams of the incident in Atlanta with detailed analysis.

Things that need to be said that you don’t want to hear…..

By Patrick Van Roy On June 11th, 2020 at 1:57 pm

A word from the Police

Patrick Underwood’s Sister of the federal law enforcement officer who was Assassinated by rioters in Oakland testifies before Congress

AG Barr

By Patrick Van Roy On June 10th, 2020 at 4:10 pm

Attorney General William Barr joined Bret Baier for an exclusive two-part interview. In the interview, Barr covered everything from red flags in the Russia investigation, growing unrest amid protests, potential new police reforms and much more. Watch the interviews

Don’t be sold the Brooklyn Bridge

By Patrick Van Roy On June 8th, 2020 at 4:48 am

There is a pervasive twisted view of the United State by foreigners. A menagerie of twisted bits and pieces of things they think they know and think they understand, but are so lost in there own perceptions laid on them by the society they live in and self hating American Liberals that they truly don’t know how far off their views are and we have to laugh. 

The following is a perfect example. A well written piece in a respectable U.K. paper, by a self hating American Liberal.  I’m sure it was received as a well reasoned piece, in spite of the fact that it’s blasphemous drivel.

 

If you’re surprised by how the police are acting, you don’t understand US history

Policing in America was never created to protect and serve the masses. It can’t be reformed because it is designed for violence.

Yes designed to contain the violence of wicked men that prey on society through the use of violence on their fellow men.

Amid worldwide protests against the police killing of George Floyd, activists around the US have raised demands for specific policy measures, such as defunding the police. Justifying these demands are the images emerging from the protests, with police officers ramming protesters in vehiclesindiscriminately attacking protesters with pepper spray and exerting excessive force.

That is the view and personal opinion of someone with a preset interpratation of how they see events, not a reporting of them as they actually happened on the ground. Such is the “Education” the writer recieved at Columbia.

Local and state policing budgets have nearly tripled since 1977, despite declining crime rates.

NO the crime rates have dropped because of that increased spending not in spite of it. That late 60s and early 70s were a time of wild riots and unrest. With most major cities trapped in escalating violent crime. The Police budgets were increased and tactics were changed steadily bringing those rates down year by year through good policing.

Even people unfamiliar with the police and prison abolitionist movement are starting, rightly, to envision that public spending could be used in more socially responsible ways.

Yes using it to lower the violence committed on the general population from the criminal one is a waste of funds.

But beyond the fiscal argument is an ethical one: policing in America cannot be reformed because it is designed for violence. The oppression is a feature, not a bug.

The Jackboot Thug of American oppression….. right out of a pulp novel. Which is giving the writer more credit than they deserve. 

That seems like a radical sentiment only because policing is so normalized in American culture, with depictions in popular media ranging from hapless, donut-chugging dopes to tough, crime-fighting heroes. We even have a baseball team named after a police organization – the Texas Rangers.

A view based on american TV reruns is the writers real view of American Cops, and the programming of her “Higher Education”, but this is where she really go’s into the twilight zone of delusion. 

But it’s time to look beyond the romanticization of American police and get real. Just as America glorifies the military and Wall Street, and some Americans whitewash the confederate flag and plantation homes, the history of policing is steeped in blood.

A condemnation of the entire American culture in a runon sentence of the writers own fantasy view of how her fellow Americans think, spewing the nonsense that was fed to her.

In fact, the Texas Rangers are named after a group of white men of the same name who slaughtered Comanche Indians in 1841 to steal indigenous territory and expand the frontier westward. The Rangers are considered the first state police organization.

So the Texas Ranger ball team is an idealization of mass murdering genocidal men with badges…. The Texas Rangers who stopped indian raids, cattle rustling, train roberies even Bonnie and Clyde one of the most decorated groups of Law Enforcement in American history were really a Death Squad….. gee that’s an objective view.

Likewise, as black people fought for their freedom from slavery by escaping north, slave patrols were established to bring us back to captivity. Many researchers consider slave patrols a direct “forerunner of modern American law enforcement”.

The writer believes herself to be a runaway slave with men in sheets chasing her…. like she is part of the story, one of the oppressed…. lol A Social Welfare Attorney, and a published writer one of the oppressed… 

In northern “free” states, police precincts developed in emerging industrial cities to control what economic elites referred to as “rioting”, which was “the only effective political strategy available to exploited workers”. But, as described in the text Community Policing, this “rioting” was:

actually a primitive form of what would become union strikes against employers, [and] [t]he modern police force not only provided an organized, centralized body of men (and they were all male) legally authorized to use force to maintain order, it also provided the illusion that this order was being maintained under the rule of law, not at the whim of those with economic power.

In other words, police were never created to protect and serve the masses, and our legislative and judicial systems – from Congress to the courts to prosecutors – have made this clear. Congress’s 1850 Fugitive Slave Act, for instance, incentivized law enforcement officials to capture Africans suspected of running away from slavery, paying officials more money to return them to slave owners than to free them.

The exploited worker… a fellow traveler I’m sure…. the strong arm and boot of the evil corporations. The Police’s purpose is to crush the black slave and his modern counterpart the “worker” twisting it back on to a very confused view of American History. This poor git has no idea how hysterically funny her marxist comic book view is in reality. 

Instead of expanding the American political project to embrace black people as free citizens, our institutions made caveats to exclude them from the country’s founding principles. Historically, most black people were not considered human, let alone citizens worthy of police or constitution protections. We were property. Even free blacks were, at best, second-class citizens whose status could be demoted at any white person’s whims and who fundamentally had “no rights which the white man was bound to respect”, as the supreme court affirmed in 1856.

These are the ramblings of a brainwashed woman who has been taught to belive she is oppressed in spite of the reality of her very own achievements in the country she derides. 

Modern court rulings have steadily eroded civil liberties to give police more power and permit racially discriminatory policing, convictions and sentencing. This entrenched history of violent white supremacy is a lot to attempt to reform. So just as 19th-century abolitionists set the terms of their fight beyond incremental improvements to slavery, abolitionists today assert that policing and incarceration must move past modest proposals that fundamentally maintain the system.

No greater period of equality has ever existed and in no other place as it does in modern America. A Black Man was elected President twice by an overwhelming white majority of the American People. The abolitionists she speaks of were Lincoln and the Republicans a fact I’m sure she is unaware of or more likely just ignores. 

The billions of dollars that governments spend on increasingly militarized police can be better used to address the underlying socioeconomic conditions that contribute to police encounters. We should divert resources towards investments in mental health, public education, drug prevention programs, homelessness prevention, community-centered crime prevention and jobs development.

Because the hundreds of Billions we’ve already spent just aren’t enough and never will be…

The immediate aftermath of George Floyd’s killing felt like another police encounter that would lead to yet another viral hashtag with little police reform. But the work of abolitionists has set the bar even higher. We should move past calls for criminal justice reform and instead make demands for freedom.

Viva the Revolution….. 

 

  • Malaika Jabali is a writer, attorney and activist whose first short film, Left Out, examines the economic crisis facing black midwesterners
  • On Tuesday 9 June at 7pm BST (2pm EDT) the Guardian is holding a live-streamed event about the meaning of George Floyd’s killing, featuring Guardian journalists including US southern bureau chief Oliver Laughland, reporter Kenya Evelyn, writer Chris McGreal and columnist Malaika Jabali. Book tickets here
  • and a total brainwashed wackjob……

People like this poor delusional brainwashed writer feed the Euro delusion and slanted view of what the United States is and the people that live in it. She purposefully promotes a false narrative to audience that knows no better, that has no perspective of their own and trust these radical voices. I mean come on she’s a black woman in Brooklyn she KNOWS….. 

Don’t be sold the Brooklyn Bridge, because that’s what she’s doing. Getting paid to run a con.

And in other news

By Patrick Van Roy On June 7th, 2020 at 6:21 pm

“In my 32-year career, this is my worst day I’ve ever experienced,” Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart said at a news conference on Saturday evening. “Today we lost one of our own and he was a true hero.” He said Gutzwiller, who joined the sheriff’s office in 2006, is survived by a young child and a pregnant wife.

 

“In this era that we’re in, when you think about what you want to see in a police officer, compassion, caring, somebody who truly loves his job, who wants to help people, that’s what Damon was,” Hart said. “He was good man and a good police officer.”

 

The sheriff’s office received a report at 1:30 p.m. of a suspicious van with guns and bomb-making devices inside.

 

When deputies arrived, they saw the van leave and followed the vehicle, according to Sheriff Jim Hart. As the vehicle pulled into a driveway on Waldeberg Drive, the officers were ambushed with gunfire and many improvised explosives after getting out of their vehicle. Sergeant Damon Gutzwiller, 38, was wounded and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. A second deputy was injured, and a third officer from the California Highway Patrol was shot in his hand, Hart said. The two officers have not been identified and officials say they are hopeful they will recover.

 

The suspect, Steven Carrillo, was shot during his arrest and was being treated at the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, Hart said. Carillo is now facing several charges, including murder, assault with a deadly weapon and carjacking.

The Sheriff’s Department and the FBI are investigating.

 

Just another day on the job.