When Peaceful Protests, Become Organized Crime

When Peaceful Protests, Become Organized Crime

When Peaceful Protests; Become Organized Crime

.by Beverley Russell – Op-ed senior journalist Trumpville Report   ‘American Alternative Media’

Protests are occurring in nearly every major city, and more are expected to come in the days leading up to President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.

How will the protests end?

It is all according to just how far the protesters are willing to go. But most importantly, the question is, just who is backing the protesters and to what point they are willing to rally them. It’s not about the protesters it is about who’s pulling their strings. We must remember Obama powered full steam ahead for Clinton because he wanted to ” protect his legacy “, his words, not mine.

Protests Become Organized Crime

Then you throw into the mix people like George Soros. We know as fact that Soros has a lot of influence over Hillary and the Democratic party. It is also a fact that George Soros is 100% for Globalization and the New World Order. Another fact, we know in Hillary’s speech to the big banks, she said she wanted opened borders and open trade, one of the first steps to a New World Order.

Never has there been, in American History such blatant disrespect after an election. There are Protesters in a lot of major city’s tonight, and not a few, hundreds. Do you really think they are acting alone? They are puppets acting as they have been instructed. Question is, how far is the Puppet Master’s Willing to Go?

Be smart, America. Stop letting your personal feelings get in the way and get your crap together. Trump supporter or not. He’ll be sitting behind the resolute desk. We sit divided and angry with clouded minds. Instead, let’s work together and think. He will shake the foundation of the establishment and that, America, is what we need more than anything.

((Any National Treasure fans? Fun fact, the President’s desk was made from the HMS Resolute. Fitting that our president who captains us through troubled waters, literally sits behind a ship.))

((HMS Resolute was a mid-19th-century barque-rigged ship of the British Royal Navy, specially outfitted for Arctic exploration. Resolute became trapped in the ice and was abandoned. Recovered by an American whaler, she was returned to Queen Victoria in 1856. Timbers from the ship were later used to build a desk which was then presented to the President of the United States.))

Less than a Day Into Trump’s Epic Victory, Soros Already Caught Orchestrating Chaos.

After Brexit and America electing Trump served as a stunning repudiation of George Soros’ despicable radical left-wing agenda, he must have been truly reeling.

With tens of thousands of people taking to the streets to protest Donald Trump’s presidential election victory, questions are swirling about whether the anger is as organic as advertised.

From coast to coast, demonstrators are burning flags and effigies of the president-elect while declaring that they refuse to accept Trump’s victory. But observers online are claiming that, in some cases, protesters were bused to the scenes – a telltale sign of coördination.

Others claimed to have found ads posted on Craigslist in which a Seattle-based non-profit was soliciting “Full-Time Activists.” see:

“We are looking for motivated individuals who are seeking Full-Time, Part-Time, and Permanent positions,” reads a line from the ad from Washington CAN! posted on Wednesday.

Rumors have also been circulating that the new batch of anti-Trump protesters has been bankrolled by individuals like billionaire liberal activist George Soros and groups like Moveon.org.

Soros has already begun orchestrated paid-for protests at Trump tower. Here is the “casting call.”

Organizers place want ads on Craigslist

(Hillary Supporters Needed in Union Square)

Major European TV network seeks opinionated Hillary Clinton supporters, to be a protagonist in news magazine reports, about an anti-Trump demonstration starting at 6pm in Union Square tonight (11/9).

The demonstration will march to Trump Tower at 8pm and will rally there until 9pm. Must Be between 21 to 40 years old. Please send contact info and photo.

  1. “Anti-Trump protestors in Austin today are not as organic as they seem,” one local in the Texas capitol tweeted Wednesday, along with photos offered as evidence. Showing several busses.
  2. Another theory floated on social media is that many of the signs that were distributed at rallies across the country appeared to be exactly the same, indicating they were printed and distributed by an organized group.

Some of the most troubling dissents were in New Orleans where protesters wound up defacing the Lee Memorial, spray painting “Die Whites Die” and “F— Trump” and “F— White People.” Other messages scrawled on the memorial included “F— Pence” and “We are ungovernable” next to a symbol of the letter “A” in a circle, protester shorthand for anarchy.

Tens of thousands filled the streets in at least 25 US cities overnight, with demonstrations outside Trump’s properties. While most protesters were peaceful, dozens were arrested. At least three officers were wounded. And about 40 fires were set in one California city.

New York: Thousands march outside Trump’s home

On Thursday afternoon, more than 200 anti-Trump protesters marched from the Union Square area to Washington Square Park in Manhattan.

Some carried signs with messages such as, “White men stop ruining everything.” They chanted, “Trump and Pence make no sense.” At least 15 protesters at Trump Tower were arrested Wednesday night for disorderly conduct, New York police said.

Overnight, about 5,000 people protested the real estate mogul’s victory outside Trump Tower, authorities estimated. They included pop star Lady Gaga, a staunch Hillary Clinton supporter.

“I came out here to let go of a lot of fear that was sparked as soon as I saw the results,” protester Nick Powers said in New York. He said he feared Trump will support stronger stop-and-frisk policies that would put many people in prison.

About 7,000 demonstrators filled streets in Oakland on Wednesday night, and some turned violent.

Protesters hurled Molotov cocktails, rocks, and fireworks at police. Three officers were injured, police spokeswoman Johnna Watson said.

Trash fires smoldered on a highway, and a downtown business was set ablaze. By Thursday morning, emergency workers extinguished about 40 fires.

“Throughout the evening, the large group splintered into smaller groups that began vandalizing numerous businesses in the downtown area,” Oakland police said.

At least 30 people were arrested and 11 citations were issued for vandalism, assaulting officers, unlawful assembly, failure to disperse and possession of a firearm. Three police cars from nearby Pleasanton were damaged, officials said.

A few miles away at Berkeley High School, about 1,500 students walked out of classes Wednesday. In San Francisco, more than 1,000 students across the city walked out of the school and headed to the Civic Center to engage in a peaceful protest, according to a tweet from the San Francisco Unified School District.

In Chicago, activists marched down Lake Shore Drive, an eight-lane expressway along Lake Michigan, toward the Windy City’s Trump Tower. Chicago, several thousand people marched through the Loop. They gathered outside Trump Tower, chanting “Not my president!” One resident, Michael Burke, told The Associated Press that the president-elect will divide the nation and stir up a deep-seated hatred.

Hundreds of protesters gathered near Philadelphia’s City Hall despite chilly, wet weather. Participants, who included both supporters of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who lost to Clinton in the primary, expressed anger at both Republicans and Democrats over the election’s outcome.

In Boston, thousands of anti-Trump protesters streamed through downtown, chanting “Trump’s a racist,” and carrying signs that said “Impeach Trump” and “Abolish Electoral College.” Clinton appeared to be on pace to win the popular vote, by a tiny .03%, despite losing the electoral count that decides the presidential race.

In the Midwest, protesters gathered in Minneapolis, Omaha, Nebraska and Kansas City. Mo.. The Des Moines Register also reported that Iowa’s capital city saw some people protest as well, though it was kept to small numbers. Omaha, Nebraska, authorities deployed pepper balls on a crowd of more than 200 people protesting Trump’s election after they defied police orders to stay out of the streets.

On the West Coast, some of the protests became unruly with fires being started. Thousands of protesters burned a giant papier mache Trump head in Los Angeles and started fires in Oakland intersections.

Los Angeles demonstrators also beat a Trump piñata and sprayed the Los Angeles Times building and news vans with anti-Trump profanity. One protester outside LA City Hall had a sign that simply said: “this is very bad.”

Dozens of high school and college students staged rallies near the USC and UCLA campuses.

Overnight, more than 1,000 protesters rallied outside Los Angeles City Hall, including many young Latinos.

More than 1000 people gathered on steps of Los Angeles city hall protesting President-elect Donald Trump. They chanted, “I will not live in fear,” “Fight back, stand up” and “¡Si Se Puede!” (Spanish for “Yes, it can be done”).

Late in the evening Wednesday, several hundred people blocked one of the city’s busiest freeways, U.S. 101 between downtown and Hollywood. As many as 3,000 people joined Wednesday’s demonstrations in the city, and 28 people were arrested for running into the 101 Freeway, said Los Angeles police spokeswoman Liliana Preciado. There was some property damage, but it’s too early to know the exact extent, she said.

Meanwhile, protesters in Washington chanted, “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA,” as they marched downtown to the Trump International Hotel.

Elsewhere in the nation’s capital, an illuminated sign proclaimed that the US is “Better Than Bigotry.”

Protesters from the group Avaaz displayed a “Better Than Bigotry” sign outside the White House.

It’s easy to see how protests become organized crime.

What we have here are young, violent, anarchist socialists. That’s what the brown shirts were in Germany in the ’30’s. Their job was to intimidate the common, law-abiding people into not resisting the National Socialist Party takeover of the constitutionally elected government. Wake up, folks. You don’t know how close to the abyss you stand.

Do not forget George Soros was pro-Hitler.

These young people are the very thing that they say they despise! Much like jihadists who have become the crusaders that they say they hate.

Trump supporters also rallied, showing their elation outside his current and future homes — New York’s Trump Tower and the White House.

Nicholas Elliot, a Georgetown University student, compared Trump’s victory to the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote to leave the European Union.

“I feel pretty good. A year-and-a-half process has ended, and it ended my way,” the Texan said.

J.D. Vance, author of the book “Hillbilly Elegy,” said Trump supporters in middle America voted for him because so few people, including Clinton or her supporters, had paid attention to their plight.

“They see Trump as an agent of change and (an) agent of protest against folks who they feel have really failed in government,” Vance said. Now comes the hard part: finding the middle ground.

“All that anger that has been contained outside of Washington, D.C., and New York that we don’t see in middle America, everyone’s starting to see it,” Preston said. “There is a lot of healing that has to happen.”

“The reality is they are a bunch of spoiled crybabies,” Giuliani said on “Fox and Friends.” Still, the Trump adviser argued that those protesting the Republican’s election weren’t indicative of college students in general.

“I think I heard somebody say we’re bringing up a generation of crybabies,” Giuliani said. “Most of the kids aren’t crying. Most of the kids are going to class.”

“I speak at a lot of college campuses, and what I find is, this might be a somewhat heartening fact, we are growing up a slightly higher percentage of conservative students now than we used to because they’re rebelling against the professors,” he said.

“And if you’re looking at the real left-wing loonies on the campus, it’s the professors, not the students,” he added. Giuliani said his advice to Trump is to urge critics to “evaluate my presidency in a year.”

“Say, ‘Look, calm down, things are not as bad as you think. Give me a year and I think you’re gonna find you’re living in a much better country than you are living in right now. And if not, well I don’t know, you can go cry then,'” Giuliani said.

We are living in a time of turmoil. We are living in a time of Great History. We are seeing good versus evil, and the sad thing is, the protesters are not the evil, the People controlling the Protesters are the Evil. And the Protesters are only Puppets, nothing more nothing less. Dancing Puppets, on threads of Evil. Destitute for misery and not realizing, they are bringing it on themselves, with greed being their downfall.


Protests Become Organized Crime“,  by Beverley Russell – Op-ed senior journalist Trumpville Report   ‘American Alternative Media’

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