Pawns On A Chess Board? Are We Being Herded Into Conflict?
(N.Morgan) Since 2009, the United States has seen nationwide a significant rise in civil unrest.
These protests against the injustices authorities continue to perpetuate on citizens have been marked by events that have left most people with deep concerns and fears.
Are these public displays planned and orchestrated as exercises meant to manipulate American citizens into defying established laws and taking personal action against local authorities?
A look at many of the national level protests, peaceful or violent, which have occurred since the Democrats have held the White House, tend to favor Thursday or Saturday as a starting point for their actions.
The other days of the week come up as hit-or-miss, and for the long-term protests, the media outlets will keep their cameras focused and hold vigil right along with all the citizens involved.
Perhaps the role of the media during these events is to spread the news to a broader audience, and incite groups from coast-to-coast.
January 7, 2009 (Thursday) – Riots against BART Police shooting of Oscar Grant, 120 arrested, Oakland, California
September 24, 2009 (Thursday) – 2009 G-20 Pittsburgh summit meetings, citizen protests, 193 arrested, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
May 1, 2010 (Saturday) – A May Day celebration turned into a riot, 250 rampaged through downtown streets attacking local businesses, causing an estimated $100,000 in damages, 1 arrested, Santa Cruz, California
July 8, 2010 (Thursday) – BART Police shooting of Oscar Grant, trial verdict returned, with protests and riots following, about 100 businesses damaged, 78 people arrested, Oakland, California
November 5, 2010 (Friday) – Sentencing day for police officer in the Oscar Grant shooting, verdict caused protests and rioting, property damage, over 150 arrests, Oakland, California
September 17, 2011 (Saturday) – This was the start of the Occupy Wall Street protests, with participants pitching tents in cities all across America; police confrontations tended to occur when the authorities move in and tried to shift the participants or the protestors fought among themselves
July 21, 2012 (Saturday) – Initial shooting of Manuel Diaz, neighborhood protests and violence erupted, 24 people were arrested, Anaheim, California
July 24, 2012 (Tuesday) – U.S. Attorneys Office steps in, protests and riots occur in the Neighborhoods, resulting in property damage, Anaheim, California
January 12, 2013 (Saturday) – An unexpected shortage of Section 8 housing vouchers results in rioting, Taylor, Michigan
March 9, 2013 (Thursday) – Shooting of Kimani Gray resulted in protests and riots, over 46 demonstrators arrested, Brooklyn, New York
May 1, 2013 (Wednesday) – May Day, protesting turned violent, with 17 arrested, Seattle, Washington
July 29, 2014 (Tuesday) – Peaceful protests were held to remember Eric Garner, killed on 19 July 2015, during a police arrest on Staten Island.
August 10, 2014 (Sunday) – After the police shooting death of Michael Brown, public protests turned into violent riots and property destruction, multiple arrests over many days, Ferguson, Missouri
December 3, 2014 (Wednesday) – Numerous protests and marches for over ten days, and some of the encounters turned violent. This was caused by the failure of the Grand Jury to indict the police officer who caused Eric Garner’s death, New York City
December 7, 2014 (Sunday) – Disruptive protests and riots, resulting in property destruction, Berkeley, California, and Oakland, California
December 8, 2014 (Monday) – Disruptive protests and riots, resulting in property destruction, Seattle, Washington
April 18, 2015 (Saturday) – Protestors gathered to peacefully protest the death of Freddie Gray, in Baltimore, Maryland
April 27, 2015 (Monday) – After days of peaceful protests, and on the same day his friends and family buried him, violence and rioting broke out, requiring the National Guard and curfews to be used in a effort to control the streets of Baltimore, Maryland.
April 30, 2015 (Thursday) – Nationwide protests and riots were taking place all across the United States, protesting the death of Freddie Gray; the separate incident and various cities reached over 22, each presenting a show of solidarity with Baltimore, Maryland
American citizens already know how the White House, with the support of the mainstream media outlets, will often bypass the facts of an event and try to focus the public’s attention on a legislative resolution.
In the tragic aftermath of a mass shooting on American soil, why does the government tend to ignore the true cost in lives and shattered families, choosing instead to focus public attention on the need for gun control?
With so many recent citizen gatherings and protests turning into actions which cause the government to call in the National Guard and establish curfews, perhaps the loss or at least curtailing of personal freedom is the ultimate goal of the authorities in these incidents.
Another could be having the media coverage instill fear in the citizenry, which could permanently open the door for government and their authorities to step in and dictate what is best in order to ‘protect’ all Americans.
Staring straight ahead, the future is looking more uncertain every day.
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