30 May, 2020

The Current Black Riots: Why No Shooting by the National Guard?

Posted by Socrates in black arrogance, black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Black Cities, black crime, black culture, Black rioting, Socrates at 1:09 pm | Permanent Link

In July 1967, in Newark NJ, uppity negroes rioted for four days after false rumors (that were spread by Blacks) circulated that a Black taxi driver was beaten to death by police (but he wasn’t). National Guardsmen shot at the rioters, firing 10,000 rounds of ammunition but killing few of them. The federal Insurrection Act authorizes federal military force if requested by a state governor. Why are violent rioters allowed to run rampant? If the National Guard could fire at violent rioters in 1967, why can’t it do so now? Oh, yes, of course: such firing on rioters would be “racism” and “fascism” and so forth (which are not “allowed” in America anymore).


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