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Whitney: Do Deep State Elements Operate Within The Protest Movement?

Does anyone believe the nationwide riots and looting are a spontaneous reaction to the killing of George Floyd?

It’s all too coordinated, too widespread, and too much in-sync with the media narrative that applauds the “mainly peaceful protests” while ignoring the vast destruction to cities across the country. What’s that all about? Do the instigators of these demonstrations want to see our cities reduced to urban wastelands where street gangs and Antifa thugs impose their own harsh justice? That’s where this is headed, isn’t it?

So, according to the Times, the problem isn’t single parent families, or underfunded education or limited job opportunities or fractured neighborhoods, it’s the cops who have nothing to do with any of these problems. Are we supposed to take this seriously, because the editors of the Times certainly do. They’d like us to believe that there is groundswell support for this loony idea, but there isn’t. In a recent poll, more than 60% of those surveyed, oppose the idea of defunding the police. So why would such an unpopular, wacko idea wind up as the headline op-ed in the Saturday edition? Well, because the Times is doing what it always does, advancing the political agenda of the elites who hold the purse-strings and dictate which ideas are promoted and which end up on the cutting room floor. That’s how the system works

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To me, one of the worst forms of child abuse in this country, and it is endemic in many of our inner cities, is to let kids pass from grade to grade, learning nothing, and "graduating" from high school innumerate; illiterate; and illogical.

This creates a permanent underclass in this country, which is always going to need to abide by the rules, and political strictures of its ruling class, to be "taken care of by the system", and will be punished like hell, including unto death, if they defy those strictures, either deliberately, or accidentally.

And we had better wake the hell up to the reality that not all countries do this to their kids in their inner cities.

Kumon schools, and the private schools like them, have shown the US, and the rest of the world, how to do this; they find out where the child in functioning, make learning fun, so the kid wants to come back to school, and brings them up to the best level they can be.

Of course, these teachers are not unionized, so the educational excellence they create, also winds up on the proverbial "cutting room floor." (what is a cutting room in the age of digital film, BTW?!?)

Tyler, you're giving your age away here!!!