(Phil McCausland) Attorney General William Barr blamed the violent protests that have swept across major cities in the United States on “anarchic and far-left extremist groups” in a brief public address on Saturday.
Barr began a brief public address Saturday by saying that the criminal justice system at both the state and federal levels will continue to investigate and pursue justice in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody on Monday.
Rayn: Doublethinking about tyranny… The irony of hypocrisy continues…
“I love how progs are always like ‘I fucking hate these right-wing Nazis! I wish the government would just round them all up and kill them!'”
Genaire: Check this out, Anke.
Anke M.: Cannot happen, but with so many nuts coming out if the woodwork…yeah, let’s level the playing field.
Genaire: Then you’re as bad as the nuts you’re advocating to be murdered.
Greg C.: Hehe, “round em up”…sounds like a plan. Use a big pink bus.
Rayn: Many murder-minded extremists think that their actions “level the playing field,” Anke.
Rayn: I’m under no obligation to allow anyone to promote murder of innocents and Nazi tactics on my Facebook profile. Exercise such “freedom of speech” on my wall, and I will respond by decidedly exercising my “freedom of association.” Goodbye.
Rayn: Interestingly enough, this article is from yesterday.
It is also worth mentioning that the report also states, “over 7,500 olive trees were damaged or destroyed by settlers between January and mid-October in 2012, according to OCHA [Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs,United Nations].”
Brooke N.: Sad. There seems to be no way open to secure the Palestinians life and livelihood.
Israeli settlers uprooted over 600 recently planted olive and almond saplings in a village north of Ramallah on Wednesday, a Palestinian Authority official said. Ghassan Daghlas, an official who monitors settlement activity in the northern West Bank, told Ma’an that a group of settlers from Givat Ariel and Maale Levona uprooted newly planted saplings in the village of Sinjil.Daghlas said Israeli police opened an investigation into the incident.
My Commentary: Interestingly enough, this article is from yesterday.
It is also worth mentioning that the report also states, “over 7,500 olive trees were damaged or destroyed by settlers between January and mid-October in 2012, according to OCHA [Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, United Nations].”