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Saturday, July 9, 2016

Disrupting peace to promote anarchy

Disintegration of our American Culture of Freedom into a morass of raging special interests, spawned by victim mentality, has twisted the concept of social order to mean controlled order where individuals ultimately have neither control nor order

Disrupting peace to promote anarchy


Anymore, it’s hard to distinguish who is giving the marching orders for disruptive behavior in what has been basically an orderly society. Between the divisive pressure being applied by malcontents as well as rift-oriented national government representatives, the outcome is equally intolerable. Yet it’s the very word intolerant that is bandied about by those factions while they advance the atmosphere of intolerance that fuels the evil actions of individuals like the Dallas shooter.
More race-based attacks have occurred in the last few days after the painful incidents of police shootings where two black individuals lost their lives in Louisiana and Minnesota. Before the facts were in—and even video is not the end-all for discovery—multiple officeholders spoke, using verbiage that enflamed rather than soothed tempers.
It’s bad enough that the public has a tendency to respond with emotional outbursts that spill over into violent streetreaction to these incidents (cite Ferguson, Baltimore, New York, etc.), but the schooled words of national leaders that provoke these reactions is unconscionable. Gun “proliferation” being the established scapegoat, no human interference needed.
There is a direct line from comments by the United States’ president and attorney general to the gunning down of 12 officers in Texas, officers near Bristol, Tennessee, St. Louisand an officer in Valdosta, Georgia. In each situation someone laid in wait, ambushed or otherwise planned the killing of law enforcement officers as supposed retribution for the deaths of men in Louisiana and Minnesota.
Plainly, the BlackLivesMatter march that had been organized for Dallas had a different tone than similar demonstrations since the initiation of the movement and all other protests since. BLM having begun under the heavy hand of aggressive rhetoric and lauded, despite or because of the angry attitude, by President Obama, Attorney General Lynch, presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, this rally took on a different tenor. Called a ‘rally against violence,’ participants appeared to embody that theme. A gracious interaction was recognized between most of the marchers and the police, whom some stated were protecting them as they expressed their First Amendment rights.
Interviewed on FoxNews was Sharay Santora, who had served in the navy. Painting a vivid yet lucid picture of what occurred, she spoke of being proud of the nonviolent protest and supportive dealings between demonstrators and police. In her words, it was a demonstration of “love and peace” that prompted marchers’ to react to the gunfire mostly by helping one another rather than trampling fellow marchers. She said that while they fled and were told to move away from the shots, the police ran toward danger where ultimately 12 were wounded, five of whom have died.
It’s worthy to note that Santora made a point of telling the news anchor what she has instilled in her children: “You’re part of the problem or you’re part of the solution.” This conviction, she said, motivated her to bring her family to participate in what was expected to be peaceful march with people of all colors and ethnicities. She described the demonstration as uniting the community against all violence.
According to reports, that calm was destroyed by a lone gunman. Had his heart been infected by years of divisive language emanating from provocateurs bent on blistering this nation into pockets separated by ethnicities and varied skin color? A culture of victimhood has been rife within the education system and media for years and, more recently, has been nurtured even in the military, especially under this commander-in-chief.
Interesting that of all the rallies organized by BLM in response to the two killings involving police officers, this was the only one that appeared to avoid conflict with law enforcement. And after five Dallas officers were killed in obvious reprisal for believed police brutality (stated by the suspect during the showdown), it is notable that every subsequent BLM rally has turned violent in complete contradiction of their declared intent.
Not one to jump off the conspiracy theory cliff, attention was drawn to the oddity of an ex-serviceman attached to engineering to become a trained sniper... one with the ability to dispatch 12 officers with relative ease and no back-up or aid. A personally known LEO with 30 years experience mentioned this and the fact that the Dallas protest was an anomaly among all the anger percolating in every other BLM-organized march, past and present.
What would it take to plan an attack of this kind on one’s own in a matter of 24-36 hours, considering that this rally was meant to be an immediate response to the Sterling and Castile incidents? Another question: why blow-up the suspect when there was a reported possibility of retrieving information regarding alleged incendiary devices in the downtown area? Answers to these questions likely will be sidestepped by the Administration and its subsidiary agencies that prefer to focus on the gun control agenda. There is a measure of duplicity inherent in what information is being either released or manipulated to disarm the public, figuratively and literally.
Gun control rhetoric is a misdirection of what it will take to defuse the divisive movements that promote anarchy. Anarchy will grow if the people are disarmed because only dividers will have guns, further segregating society. Candidates and elected and appointed officials, who falsely identify the problem as being the weapon when it’s the wielder of the weapon, must be challenged. The disintegration of our American Culture of Freedom into a morass of raging special interests, spawned by victim mentality, has twisted the concept of social order to mean controlled order where individuals ultimately have neither control nor order of their lives.

Former newspaper publisher, A. Dru Kristenev,  grew up in the publishing industry working every angle of a paper, from ad composition and sales, to personnel management, copy writing, and overseeing all editorial content. During her tenure as a news professional, Kristenev traveled internationally as both a representative of the paper and non-profit organizations.

Disintegration of our American Culture of Freedom into a morass of raging special interests, spawned by victim mentality, has twisted the concept of social order to mean controlled order where individuals ultimately have neither control nor order

Disrupting peace to promote anarchy


Anymore, it’s hard to distinguish who is giving the marching orders for disruptive behavior in what has been basically an orderly society. Between the divisive pressure being applied by malcontents as well as rift-oriented national government representatives, the outcome is equally intolerable. Yet it’s the very word intolerant that is bandied about by those factions while they advance the atmosphere of intolerance that fuels the evil actions of individuals like the Dallas shooter.
More race-based attacks have occurred in the last few days after the painful incidents of police shootings where two black individuals lost their lives in Louisiana and Minnesota. Before the facts were in—and even video is not the end-all for discovery—multiple officeholders spoke, using verbiage that enflamed rather than soothed tempers.
It’s bad enough that the public has a tendency to respond with emotional outbursts that spill over into violent streetreaction to these incidents (cite Ferguson, Baltimore, New York, etc.), but the schooled words of national leaders that provoke these reactions is unconscionable. Gun “proliferation” being the established scapegoat, no human interference needed.
There is a direct line from comments by the United States’ president and attorney general to the gunning down of 12 officers in Texas, officers near Bristol, Tennessee, St. Louisand an officer in Valdosta, Georgia. In each situation someone laid in wait, ambushed or otherwise planned the killing of law enforcement officers as supposed retribution for the deaths of men in Louisiana and Minnesota.
Plainly, the BlackLivesMatter march that had been organized for Dallas had a different tone than similar demonstrations since the initiation of the movement and all other protests since. BLM having begun under the heavy hand of aggressive rhetoric and lauded, despite or because of the angry attitude, by President Obama, Attorney General Lynch, presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, this rally took on a different tenor. Called a ‘rally against violence,’ participants appeared to embody that theme. A gracious interaction was recognized between most of the marchers and the police, whom some stated were protecting them as they expressed their First Amendment rights.
Interviewed on FoxNews was Sharay Santora, who had served in the navy. Painting a vivid yet lucid picture of what occurred, she spoke of being proud of the nonviolent protest and supportive dealings between demonstrators and police. In her words, it was a demonstration of “love and peace” that prompted marchers’ to react to the gunfire mostly by helping one another rather than trampling fellow marchers. She said that while they fled and were told to move away from the shots, the police ran toward danger where ultimately 12 were wounded, five of whom have died.
It’s worthy to note that Santora made a point of telling the news anchor what she has instilled in her children: “You’re part of the problem or you’re part of the solution.” This conviction, she said, motivated her to bring her family to participate in what was expected to be peaceful march with people of all colors and ethnicities. She described the demonstration as uniting the community against all violence.
According to reports, that calm was destroyed by a lone gunman. Had his heart been infected by years of divisive language emanating from provocateurs bent on blistering this nation into pockets separated by ethnicities and varied skin color? A culture of victimhood has been rife within the education system and media for years and, more recently, has been nurtured even in the military, especially under this commander-in-chief.
Interesting that of all the rallies organized by BLM in response to the two killings involving police officers, this was the only one that appeared to avoid conflict with law enforcement. And after five Dallas officers were killed in obvious reprisal for believed police brutality (stated by the suspect during the showdown), it is notable that every subsequent BLM rally has turned violent in complete contradiction of their declared intent.
Not one to jump off the conspiracy theory cliff, attention was drawn to the oddity of an ex-serviceman attached to engineering to become a trained sniper... one with the ability to dispatch 12 officers with relative ease and no back-up or aid. A personally known LEO with 30 years experience mentioned this and the fact that the Dallas protest was an anomaly among all the anger percolating in every other BLM-organized march, past and present.
What would it take to plan an attack of this kind on one’s own in a matter of 24-36 hours, considering that this rally was meant to be an immediate response to the Sterling and Castile incidents? Another question: why blow-up the suspect when there was a reported possibility of retrieving information regarding alleged incendiary devices in the downtown area? Answers to these questions likely will be sidestepped by the Administration and its subsidiary agencies that prefer to focus on the gun control agenda. There is a measure of duplicity inherent in what information is being either released or manipulated to disarm the public, figuratively and literally.
Gun control rhetoric is a misdirection of what it will take to defuse the divisive movements that promote anarchy. Anarchy will grow if the people are disarmed because only dividers will have guns, further segregating society. Candidates and elected and appointed officials, who falsely identify the problem as being the weapon when it’s the wielder of the weapon, must be challenged. The disintegration of our American Culture of Freedom into a morass of raging special interests, spawned by victim mentality, has twisted the concept of social order to mean controlled order where individuals ultimately have neither control nor order of their lives.

Former newspaper publisher, A. Dru Kristenev,  grew up in the publishing industry working every angle of a paper, from ad composition and sales, to personnel management, copy writing, and overseeing all editorial content. During her tenure as a news professional, Kristenev traveled internationally as both a representative of the paper and non-profit organizations.


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