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A Tweet sends police to an America activist’s house with false claims about non-existent “threats.”

The person has a loose tie to Russian media (Soapbox), and so this implies an intelligence component to the incident.

Anti-war activist visited by police after posting embarrassing AOC video

In the linked article, Max Blumenthal fails to report the Soapbox/Russian media linkage. Bad, Max. That’s the entire key to this.

Each of the Maffick Media-run Facebook pages — Soapbox, Waste-Ed, Backthen and In The Now — includes a disclaimer about Maffick’s ties to RT. 

“‘Soapbox’ is a political opinion brand of Maffick, which is owned and operated by Anissa Naouai and Ruptly GmbH, a subsidiary of RT,” the Soapbox “about” section read as of Monday afternoon…

Facebook’s decision to take down the pages on Feb. 15 came after a CNN investigation that probed Maffick Media’s ties to the Russian government. CNN found that 51 percent of the company is owned by Ruptly, while the other 49 percent is owned by a former RT presenter and Maffick’s CEO.

Facebook restores previously suspended Russia-linked pages

Not a lot of cop movies jump out and do something different. This one did.

NYPD Sent a Creepy Robotic Dog Into a Bronx Apartment Building

Police didn’t shoot because they were out-gunned.

This is a black-American odyssey, a road movie, and kind of unflinching. From the trailer I knew I wanted to see it.

There are some intense, gritty films about race over the past few years. The country is finally coming to terms with its abhorrent past and can talk about it. Black filmmakers are successful and reaching wider audiences. And yet the problem remains the same.

At times spot on, and at other times playful and loose, Queen & Slim was a thought-provoking ride that resonated with me. The police are universally understood in the black community (in the world of the film) as being a brutal, occupying force. The solidarity of the community and the united front of the community are key parts of the narrative. It is about resistance, rebellion, and the dysfunctional system in place. The damage is physical, moral, psychological and lethal.

This should be an instant cult classic, so check it out.

This is fascism.

Words & Music by Joe Giambrone
Vocals by Lunasong
Copyright 2020 all rights reserved

Michael Reinoehl Was Executed By the Police

This is why fascism used to be a bad thing…

A Blueprint For Violence: Police Training Manual Reveals Disturbing Methods