Americans have no clue that the initial #BlackLivesMatter movement was founded by Muslims to stir anti-government sentiments within the country. The term was quickly adopted by black people and made into a twitter slogan. Muslims did not promote and spread the “cause” because they care at all about ‘Black Lives’ (Muslims are the biggest racists of blacks you can find) but to exploit human rights sentiments to play on people’s volatile emotions. They know there is a lot of self-created racism, aggression and anger within black communities already and Muslims see this as an opportunity to exploit for their own causes. The black community and the neocon-liberals are perfect candidates, often very poorly educated, extremely poor grasp of other cultures and countries and blind sheep to anything that grabs their false sense of humanity.
Once the Muslims get the public agitated they can easily attract followers to groom and get a foothold to spread terrorism from within the country in lone-wolf initiatives. It also serves as a great recruitment tool within a population poorly informed about Islam and how the Islamic cause always play on deceptive psychological propaganda to expand their cause. These grass root level efforts to agitate the black community through America, a constant target for conversion grooming into Islam, is very similar to the grooming of local youth that foreign Sunni infiltrates committed in Syria under the pretence “Arab Spring”. And we all see how that turned out.
These grass root level efforts to agitate the black community through America, a constant target for conversion grooming into Islam, is very similar to the grooming of local youth that foreign Sunni infiltrates committed in Syria under the pretence “Arab Spring”. And we all see how that turned out.
All of this has taken shape from Obama’s lenient Muslim migration policy. There’s a constant domino effect of problems spreading in all directions from his poor leadership. And this insanity will continue if Clinton gets into power.
The media is frankly not helping at all but is only supporting the spread of this kind of subvert propaganda so common in Islamic communities. For example, excess police brutality is not a problem focused on the black community. It is a problem for people from any race, any background who attract the attention of the police. Media focuses on only publishing statistics and data that involve all blacks, lumping incidents where criminal gangs and gang members pull weapons on police and get shot in very dangerous situations.
The skin complexion of a person doesn’t matter at all if you argue, fight back or pull a weapon at police. Besides, many police officers are themselves blacks and hispanics of those who have shot blacks, but media gives them no attention but focus only on white police officers.
The militarization of police has numerous reasons. One reason being that police had to lower their requirements for qualifications a few years ago, inviting unwanted elements into the police force. Another reason being that America has far more problems with crimes today being imported from external problems such as millions of illegals from South America building their presence in the country, Muslims, etc. pouring in through the Mexican border, putting a lot of strain on police to maintain lowered crime levels while they are prevented from monitoring these elements. In addition, prisons are full so how do you lower crime when Obama lets in millions of new criminal elements, don’t permit police to hire qualified people, cut funding for police, and keep them in the dark about these new infiltrates in society while demanding them to continue keeping things in order? Thus the police becomes more and more militarized.
People with disruptive backgrounds tend to argue with police and become aggressive rather than follow instructions. In addition, in relation to race crimes whites are far greater targets in America by blacks, than blacks or hispanics are targets of racist attacks by white, according to statistics. But of course, the leftist media wants sensationalism and they avoid to mention that fact.
Multiple shots fired as police fill Dallas streets
- At least two snipers open fire on rally in Dallas
- Police in shootout with one suspect, after three arrests
- Four officers dead, 7 injured
- Thousands were marching against police shootings
- ‘Would this have happened if the driver were white?’
Police are engaged in a shootout with an armed suspect after at least two snipers opened fire on police officers during protests in Dallas on Thursday night, killing four officers and injuring seven others.
Three suspects are in custody after the snipers fired “ambush style” upon the officers, Dallas Police Chief David Brown told reporters.
The fourth suspect, currently holed up in a car park, is not cooperating and has told negotiators he intends to hurt more law enforcement officials, the chief said.
Earlier, police said a suspicious package was being secured by a bomb squad.
One suspect, who had been in a shootout with Dallas SWAT officers, is in custody and a person of interest has also surrendered, police said. The suspects are reportedly not cooperating with police.
Police said they were also questioning occupants of a Mercedes they had pulled over after the vehicle sped off down a downtown street with a man who threw a camouflaged bag inside the back of the car.
Police said three other people are in custody, two from inside the Mercedes and another woman detained near a downtown garage.
The gunfire broke out around 8.45 pm on Thursday while hundreds of people were gathered to protest against fatal police shootings this week in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and suburban St. Paul, Minnesota.
The protesters had gathered after a Minnesota officer on Wednesday fatally shot Philando Castile while he was in a car with a woman and a child in a St. Paul suburb. The aftermath of the shooting was livestreamed in a widely shared Facebook video.
A day earlier, Alton Sterling was shot in Louisiana after being pinned to the pavement by two white officers. That, too, was captured on a mobile phone video.
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Video: Shooting sparks chaos in peaceful Dallas crowd
Footage has emerged of the moment of panic after the peaceful protest turned violent on Thursday night, as a crowd chanting ‘Don’t shoot’ run for their lives.
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‘3 people in custody’
Police Chief David Brown says three people are in custody over the Dallas shootings. A fourth person is exchanging gunfire with officers.
“The suspect that we are negotiating with that has exchanged gunfire with us over the last 45 minutes has told our negotiators that the end is coming, and he is going to hurt and kill more of us, meaning law enforcement. And that there are bombs all over the place in this garage and in downtown.
“So we are being very careful in our tactics so we don’t injure our citizens in Dallas as we negotiate further.”
Brown says officers will conduct searches of downtown “until we are satisfied that all suspects have been captured”.
He says two people stopped in a Mercedes earlier are still being questioned.
Suspect claims to have planted bombs
Chief David Brown says police are negotiating with a suspect in a garage. He says he is shooting and that the suspect says he has planted bombs across Dallas.
US aviation authorities are restricting flights over Dallas after the deadly shooting.
Video emerges of shooting
Horrifying videos have emerged showing the start of the shooting during the rally. In one video, a number of shots can be heard as the cameraman runs.
The other shows one of the suspects coming up behind a police officer and shooting him in the back at point black range.
‘Our worst nightmare has happened’
Mike Rawlings, mayor of the Texas city, says “our worst nightmare has happened.”
“It is a heartbreaking moment for the city of Dallas.”
Police association ‘horrified’
The Dallas Police Association has issued a statement, saying it’s “horrified” by the events.
Officers stop suspect vehicle
Police say an officer spotted an individual carrying a camouflaged bag walking quickly away. The individual threw the bag into the back of a black Mercedes, which left at high speed.
Officers followed the vehicle, stopped it and are questioning both occupants.
Police to work in pairs after attack
Seattle and Houston are among police departments elsewhere directing officers to work in pairs after the Dallas attack sent shockwaves across the country.
Senator Ted Cruz responds
Ted Cruz, the Senator for Texas, has paid tribute to the police officers who “selflessly run into harm’s way to save the lives of others”.
Police say two suspects are in custody. One, whose picture had been circulated, has turned himself in. The other was arrested after a shootout.
Police say a package was found near the latter’s location. The package was being secured by the bomb squad.
Suspects ‘may have planted bomb’
Police Chief Brown says police believe the men also suggested they planned to plant a bomb somewhere in the downtown Dallas area.
Police did not reveal where they believe the bomb is but have cordoned off most of downtown Dallas
11 officers shot in ‘ambush’
The Dallas police chief has given an update on the situation, saying 11 police officers were shot and three of them are dead.
Police Chief David O. Brown said police have a suspect cornered in a garage and are negotiating with that person. He says the snipers fired upon officers “ambush style.”
Reuters is reporting that Dallas police have one suspect cornered at a garage and are negotiating with the suspect.
Texas governor issues statement
Texas Governor Greg Abbott says he has directed the head of the Texas Department of Public Safety to offer “whatever assistance the City of Dallas needs at this time”.
Mr Abbott expressed his condolences to the Dallas law enforcement community.
“In times like this we must remember – and emphasise – the importance of uniting as Americans.”
Helicopters hunt for suspects
Helicopters are hovering over downtown Dallas in search of the two suspects.
Image of suspect released
The Dallas police department have issued a picture of one of the suspects.
‘Intensive search underway’
Police Chief David O. Brown says “an intensive search for suspects is currently underway.”
Snipers ‘shot 10 officers’
The Dallas police chief says it appears two snipers shot 10 police officers during protests, and three of the officers are dead.
Police Chief David O. Brown said in a statement that three of the officers who were injured are in critical condition Thursday night, AP reports. He says the snipers shot from “elevated positions” during a protest over two recent fatal police shootings.
Arrests at New York protests
Most of the protests elsewhere have been largely peaceful but tension was still evident. In Chicago, protesters shut down a stretch of the Dan Ryan Expressway – one of Chicago’s main arteries – for about 10 minutes on Thursday.
In New York, several hundred protesters blocked traffic in Times Square in the heart of Manhattan, chanting “Hands up, don’t shoot.” More than a dozen arrests were made, the New York Police Department said.
Three injured officers ‘expected to survive’
Police are confirming that one rapid-transit officer was killed and three injured. The Dallas Area Rapid Transit issued the news via its official Twitter account. The agency said the three injured officers were expected to survive. No identifications were released.
Witness ‘saw one police officer down’
One witness, Michael Bautista, says he saw one police officer ‘down’ before being taken away. He says he saw bullets hitting police vehicles at the scene.
‘1 police officer killed’
AP is reporting that 1 police officer was killed and three injured during the shooting in Dallas.
Police ‘sorting through what happened’
There is still a lot of confusion of what actually happened. Dallas Police Sr. Corporal Debra Webb has issued a statement saying police were sorting through information at what was “clearly still an active scene”.
Multiple media outlets report that two officers were shot. There has been no official confirmation of that.
Officers enter hotel
An Associated Press reporter at the scene saw officers entering an Omni hotel building on the southwest side of downtown. TV cameras also showed officers carrying shield going into a bank building.
Firefighters and police at the scene were keeping people away while dozens of police cars were at the scene.
Huge manhunt for suspect
Police are currently looking for the suspect or suspects. TV cameras show the search for the gunman stretched throughout downtown, an area of hotels, restaurants, businesses and some residential apartments. The scene has been described as chaotic, with helicopters hovering overhead and officers with automatic rifles on the street corners.
Video shows moment of shooting
A journalist captured this video as the shooting began shortly before 9pm.
Protests spread across US
The Dallas rally was one of many taking place across the US. Protesters in Chicago, New York and St. Paul, Minnesota, were taking to the streets to express outrage after the second fatal police shooting of a black man in the United States in two days.
On Wednesday, a Minnesota officer fatally shot Philando Castile while he was in a car with a woman and a child in a St. Paul suburb. The aftermath of the shooting was purportedly livestreamed in a widely shared Facebook video.
A day earlier, Alton Sterling was shot in Louisiana after being pinned to the pavement by two white officers. That, too, was captured on a cellphone video.
‘Everyone just started running’
Devante Odom, 21, was presen when the shots were fired. He told The Dallas Morning News:
“Everyone just started running. We lost touch with two of our friends just trying to get out of there.”
Crowds scatter after shots fired
Live TV video showed protesters marching along a street in downtown when the shots erupted and the crowd scattered, seeking cover.
Police and others hunched behind cars outside a parking garage. Officers with guns drawn were running near and into the parking garage as police searched for the shooter.
Two officers ‘shot at rally’
Two police officers have reportedly been shot during a protest in Dallas against police shootings in Minnesota and Louisiana.
The gunfire broke out around 8.45 p.m. Thursday. Scores of police and security officers were on hand.