I was born in New York, and I’ve never seen the city so scared and uninhabitable. I fear we’re on the brink of a second civil war

Wednesday, July 8, 2020
By Paul Martin

Mitchell Feierstein
7 Jul, 2020

Residents are fearful to go out after dark. The police are afraid to patrol, and violent crime, murder and looting are rampant, while businesses are collapsing. And war has already been declared on our values and culture.
The world is under attack from a well-organised and well-funded group of anarchists who have launched an ideological cultural revolution to further globalism. The BLM movement, the riots, looting, protests and Covid-19 are all about partisan politics and the 2020 presidential election.

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors summarized: “We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories… Our goal is to get Trump out of the White House.” I believe black lives matter. But I’m not convinced that black lives are the first priority of the #BLM movement.

We need to learn lessons from our country’s past without romanticising that past. Every civil society needs baselines. Those baselines have to include a colour-blind meritocracy and the rule of law applied equally to everyone. Democracy, liberty, freedom and due process have to be afforded to the entire citizenry. Equality for all is necessary! Each individual has the right to celebrate history or not, but no one can rewrite or erase history and destroy statues or cultural artefacts.

Antifa’s tyrannical fascist fanatics, aka the mob, seek to erase history and historical figures just like ISIS and the Nazis. The Antifa mob is political and seems to be an extension of the Democratic Party: a Democratic militia. The Democratic Party refuses to denounce Antifa or the violence its thugs are perpetrating.

The New York Times’ Nikole Hannah-Jones encouraged looting and destruction of property by saying that “destroying property, which can be replaced, is not violence.” Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan’s policies for “a summer of love” led to the coldblooded murder of 19-year-old Horace Lorenzo Anderson Jr. He was shot and killed on June 20 in the crime-ridden ‘CHOP’ area established in Seattle under Durkan’s watch. Durkan has acknowledged that, after allowing a police station as well as several city blocks to be taken over by violent, anarchic thugs, the crime rate spiked by a whopping 525%.

On Independence Day weekend in Chicago, at least 80 people were shot, with 17 deaths reported – several of whom were children, including seven-year-old Natalia Wallace who, was brutally murdered on the lawless streets of Democratic Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s city. And yet, nothing is being done to protect the children of Chicago.

US mainstream media refuses to report the news honestly; they state their opinions as news, or they straight-up lie. Not one media outlet or BLM conveyed outrage over the five black children murdered over this weekend. WHY? Do BLM to BLM? Where is the outrage?

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3 Responses to “I was born in New York, and I’ve never seen the city so scared and uninhabitable. I fear we’re on the brink of a second civil war”

  1. WilliamtheResolute

    It’s really sad that this nation has to deal with these Bolshevik Leftists…I notice they stay in big Democrat cities, if they attack patriots in the Heartland the body count will make Chicago look like a weekend at the beach.

  2. Dave

    No worries boys and girls, fear not, for MASS STARVATION TO DEATH does not discriminate. No sir, the ineffectual, infantile, ignorant, apathetic masses will soon discover that Amuricans are in no shape to feed themselves as the status quo breaks down, and goes away.

  3. Dave

    Yes, turn on your re-runs of Oprah and Days Of Our Lives, break out the cheese curls, and embrace your starvation Amurica.


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