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S1E27 - Protests and Feds in Portland and beyond including what you can do

Links and resources to awaken and things YOU can do to help change things for the better.

Episode Notes

Protests and Feds in Portland and beyond including what you can do

Links and resources to awaken and things YOU can do to help change things for the better.

EVERYONE must support the demonstrations and protests in one way or the other. if you cant get there in person support by spreading word online and in person. The tactics and unconstitutional laws and orders have been placed into being for years and years and now we finally are seeing enough unconstitutional laws and training that they feel they can do anything they want... anything they want, to anyone they want. They do not care about you, me, blacks, whites or anything but serving their puppetmasters which are in office and in boardrooms. Speak up people, speak up.

  1. On the ground in Portland: The latest on the attacks by federal agents A Constitutional Crisis in Portland UPDATE: In response to our lawsuit, a federal court on July 23, 2020, issued a temporary restraining order blocking federal agents in Portland, Oregon, from attacking or arresting journalists and legal observers. https://www.aclu.org/news/criminal-law-reform/a-constitutional-crisis-in-portland/

  2. As for communications, it is a good idea to try to at least be a bit more private and that can be by using Signal app for phone, computer or tablet, it offers encrypted text and voice for free, and there are many, many ways you can make phone and pc communications and browsing more secure such as Mullvad VPN. Some are listed here and if you search you can find tons more and MAKE SURE as much as possible is ``Open Source'' where the code can be checked to make sure it's safe, if it's not Open Source make sure you trust the ones that make the apps, etc https://www.eff.org/issues/privacy where they have tons of info, so please visit there and even read up further by searching out more.

  3. The Black Lives Matter website https://blacklivesmatter.com/

  4. Portland Protests Escalate! Chicago Mayor Welcomes Federal Goons! https://youtu.be/Q4YMoeOquaU

  5. Philly DA Larry Krasner: Trump Is a Wannabe Fascist. '' I Will Charge His Agents If They Break Law'' https://youtu.be/2at8nlORLpA

  6. Fascism! It's Coming To A City Near You! https://youtu.be/HzX8e5n2kfY

  7. SATURDAY July 25th Protest The Establishment At Their Homes! https://youtu.be/SzkRP7FySUY

  8. (Movement for a) Peoples Party https://peoplesparty.org/

  9. Homeland Security Dept. CAUGHT LYING About Their Troops! https://youtu.be/AMPLB5IlCPg

  10. Here are the Dems pretending to care and giving 50 billion dollars with no strings attached to the DHS. Pelosi Funding Trump's Federal Goon Squad While Virtue Signaling Against Them! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feGIT-15cZI

  11. Noam Chomsky on Trump's Troop Surge to Democratic Cities & Whether He'll Leave Office if He Loses https://youtu.be/dflVqZ9558s the rest of the interview continues at this following link at around the 42:40 mark at https://www.democracynow.org/shows/2020/7/24?autostart=true

  12. Police body camera footage of George Floyd murder released His knee was on Floyd's neck for NINE AND A HALF MINUTES. At this point, Chauvin put his knee on Floyd's neck for nine and a half minutes. Chauvin asked the other officers if they were okay, to which Lane replied, ''My knee might be a little scratched but I'll survive'' as Floyd slowly runs out of air beneath their weight. https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2020/07/17/floy-j17.html

  13. In the 1960's the US spent $2 billion on policing in 2018 the number was $137 billion and that doesn't even include all the money paid out to victims of police violence. Money that could go to social services and people more trained and better equipt to deal with most calls police go on.

  14. Let's talk about 14 characteristics, 10 stages, and where you are.... https://youtu.be/83mtXbwPNkc

  15. On Contact: Police Reform On the show this week, Chris Hedges talks to activist, writer, and PhD candidate at Yale University Philip McHarris, on the latest calls for police reform in the U.S. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FfmtvS7_gQ

  16. Oklahoma cops tased Jared Lakey over 50 times before he died, video shows https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2020/07/17/jlok-j17.html

Let's talk about Defunding. Defunding means trimming down the amount of cops and having someone go on a call they are suited for much more than a cop. The average cop makes less than 1 felony arrest in the US every year. Most are not protecting us almost all of their day. We don't need as many and we can employ people suited for various issues.

Come on people, open your minds, your eyes and set aside some preconceived and easy comfortable blame and hate, preconceived partisan divided vision and misdirection. We must stand together.

What can you do? Lots, you can get in the streets, you can support those in the streets by sharing this and other info online and in person, through email and texting.

  1. You can join in and or support and share info and links about the Wall of Moms.. Calling all moms! Let's do what we do best: defend people. https://thewallofmoms.com/

  2. and to start a chapter https://thewallofmoms.com/wall-of-mom-chapters

  3. Plus now we have the Wall of Vets and a Wall of Dads in Portland https://news.yahoo.com/wall-vets-joins-black-lives-151808007.html

  4. A Twitter thread of the Wall of Vets by the author of the above article https://twitter.com/ByMikeBaker/status/1286884473934503936

  5. A ‘Wall of Vets’ Joins the Front Lines of Portland Protests Military veterans said they banded together to protect the free speech of demonstrators. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/25/us/a-wall-of-vets-joins-the-front-lines-of-portland-protests.html

  6. And there's this This AI uses emojis to protect BLM protestors from facial recognition The system slaps a BLM fist emoji on the faces of protestors... Note, I would suggest you strip off metadata from any photos you upload to anywhere as metadata can include info about your phone. That goes for all photos and videos. https://thenextweb.com/neural/2020/07/24/this-ai-protects-blm-protestors-from-facial-recognition/ ALSO there are programs that can blur faces in photos, you can search for those.

  7. Can't Go Out and Protest? Here's How to Help From Home Whether you're trying to maintain your social distance or just looking for other ways to speak up, here are some ideas on how to contribute. https://www.wired.com/story/protests-covid-how-to-help/

  8. Ways You Can Help When You're Done: Educate Yourself. This Doesn't Go Away Once The Topic Isn't Trending This site has maps of protests and more. https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/

  9. ACLU Apps to Record Police Conduct https://www.aclu.org/issues/criminal-law-reform/reforming-police/aclu-apps-record-police-conduct

  10. Erica Chenoweth on how non-violence succeeds and lasts The success of nonviolent civil resistance: Erica Chenoweth at TEDxBoulder video https://youtu.be/YJSehRlU34w

  11. Erica's site https://www.ericachenoweth.com/research/wcrw

Don't let fear take over, just as in Portland there are MORE people out there now because they see the attack upon us as what it is which is UNACCEPTABLE.

It didn't start with trump, but the ramping up has continued through to now and now is when its getting real bad and dangerous and no one that is paying attention can say that's exaggeration or hyperbole

Stay peaceful but not silent.

PS, there are a TON of resources and links in the previous few posts, please visit those if you like and make sure to SHARE them around!


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