Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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Baltimore today, America tomorrow: Why "utter chaos" will soon erupt across more U.S. cities

by Mike Adams

Baltimore is in a state of "utter chaos" and Gov. Larry Hogan has now declared a state of emergency and called for troops on the streets to halt the spiraling looting and violence.

The pro baseball game has been postponed, rioters are attacking police cars, and protesters managed to loot a CVS pharmacy then burn it to the ground. When firefighters arrived on scene to extinguish the fire, more gang bangers punctured the fire hose to cause a loss of water pressure.

Threats have been made against local police departments, and gang bangers circulated a flier that called for a "purge" of law enforcement -- seemingly a call for the mass murder of police officers. The city is being "destroyed by thugs," according to its Mayor.

"Three of the city's most violent and dangerous gangs - Black Guerrilla Family, Crips and Blood - have announced an unprecedented alliance to 'take out' law enforcement officers, in a move that has prompted fears for police safety across the country," reports the Daily Mail. (An international news publisher that almost always tells more truth than the U.S. mainstream media.)

In response to all this, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake literally told the police department to "...give those who wished to destroy [the] space to do that."

As new of her statement spread -- and the condemnations kicked in -- she quickly issued a clarification statement which said:

The mayor is not saying that she asked police to give space to people who sought to create violence. Any suggestion otherwise would be a misinterpretation of her statement.

The Baltimore riots are not merely a Baltimore problem; they're a nationwide policy brutality problem
But the real story here is that this riot is not merely a Baltimore problem. It's a nationwide problem. It just so happens that the black people of Baltimore are sick and tired of a militarized police force -- an apparent goon squad of chemically-altered 'roid heads -- beating the life out of their young adults (and severing their spines and killing them in police custody).

Can you blame them for the outrage? No matter what your race, it's now obvious that police brutality is an endemic problem in America. This is not just another "isolated event." It's clearly a reflection of a culture of police brutality that for some reason seems to be disproportionately focused on young African-American males.

As the following image depicts, police in America have gone from being polite public servants to rogue villains donning black masks and military gear swiped from the era of Nazi storm troopers...

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