The rise of the new city states

The takeaway from the Albuquerque, NM shooting, as Michelle Malkin establishes below, is that it was advertised as a prayer meeting at a local statue but there was a group called Red Action which turned up as well – Antifa type.

The use of ‘red’ here is international – only Americans reverse the colours, so this was not local US in composition.

As far as can be gathered, they started attacking those clearly not there for the ‘red’ cause, one shot back, a red guard died.

Now this makes me reflect too – there is no way I am going to allow anyone to stomp on me so 1) I avoid crowds and 2) I’ll act with terminal prejudice upon those attackers.

This of course means I’ll be the one jailed, at their mercy, but the alternative was to have it happen in the street or train station or supermarket – this is the dilemma we all face.

Moving onto Dijon and only the Wail for the MSM [plus plenty of social media] seems to be carrying the gang turf war going on between rival ethnicities and religions – these creatures are the ones crossing the channel with French naval escorts.

The takeaway from this was obvious but the Wail was concentrating on the troops coming in, rather than the wars. Into this mix came Distant Relative, a key N.O. contributor and he found this:

Strong Cities Network and the plan for globally controlled police. Brought to us by the UN.

And there was this UN project being rolled out:

“The Strong Cities Network will serve as a vital tool to strengthen capacity-building and improve collaboration,” said Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch.

“As we continue to counter a range of domestic and global terror threats, this innovative platform will enable cities to learn from one another, to develop best practices and to build social cohesion and community resilience here at home and around the world.”

The Strong Cities Network (SCN) – which launches September 29th at the United Nations – will empower municipal bodies to fill this gap while working with civil society and safeguarding the rights of local citizens and communities.

The SCN will strengthen strategic planning and practices to address violent extremism in all its forms by fostering collaboration among cities, municipalities and other sub-national authorities.

This clearly involves policing and autonomous zones, sanctuary cities, things like this BLM/Antifa warlord fiefdom in Seattle.  The whole idea is that if they can’t breakdown nationhood one way, they’ll do it another.

That reaction is all about power – the last thing the baddies such as the UN, the WCC, WHO, any of em want is for sovereign nations to overstay their welcome – they were useful for sometime in enriching the cabals but now their usefulness is over.

So the push is back to city states run by mafias.  Hence localism, hence Common Purpose regions, hence Communitarianism.  Anything but populism.

As part of that – cripple police forces, replace with international troops as robocops.

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  1. June 16, 2020 at 12:14

    To fill non-Americans in on Loretta Lynch, a black American Obama appointee:

    Hillary Clinton email investigation

    In early March 2016, hackers working with Dutch intelligence had reportedly provided a highly-classified Russian government document to the FBI. The document, which had “possible translation issues,” had purportedly contained a memorialization of an alleged conversation between Lynch and Amanda Renteria.

    One of the allegations within the document reportedly said that Renteria had been assured that “Lynch would keep the Clinton investigation from going too far.”

    FBI Director James Comey said it was “one of the bricks in the load” that led to his decision to not consult with the Department of Justice before closing the investigation, even though Lynch had denied ever speaking with Renteria, in addition to the FBI determining that the document was not credible.

    On June 27, 2016, Lynch and former President Bill Clinton met privately aboard Lynch’s Justice Department jet, which was parked on the ramp in Phoenix, Arizona. ABC15 Phoenix reporter Christopher Sign broke the story on June 29, citing unnamed sources.

    The following day, during a press conference in Phoenix, Lynch denied the conversation was about the Hillary Clinton email controversy or any matters pertaining to it, saying the discussion instead involved personal social topics such as travels, golf, and grandchildren.

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