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To avoid trouble stay away from these Al Sharpton Unrest areas.
Save Americal Foundation ^ | Jul 19, 2013 | Fred Brownbill

Posted on 07/20/2013 6:19:25 AM PDT by KeyLargo

To avoid trouble stay away from these Al Sharpton Unrest areas.

By Fred Brownbill on July 19, 2013 in Constitution Legal Watch, News

This is the latest list of locations for the Trayvon Martin protests against white gun owners, American courts, jury verdicts, and the Rule of Law.

All Americans please avoid these areas on Saturday July 20 as the likelihood of violence and property destruction are very high based on events like these seen in several states!..

TOPICS: Chit/Chat; Government; Politics; Society
KEYWORDS: alsharpton; blackrage; holder; protests; raceriots; travon; trayvon; trayvonrallies; zimmerman
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To: KeyLargo

Springfield, MA

U.S. Federal Courthouse, 300 State St.

12 noon

Contact: A.W.A.K.E., Inc.

A W A K E , Inc in Springfield, MA is a private company categorized under Youth Organizations and Centers.

Chelan Brown, Director

Youth Organizations and Centers in Springfield, MA

Child and Youth Services

Employees 6

"AWAKE" is Brown's professional grievance mail box located at the intersection of Social Justice Avenue and Hate Whitey Blvd. near UMass.

21 posted on 07/20/2013 6:55:09 AM PDT by pabianice
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To: KeyLargo

Black-on-everybody-else racist parades- only instead of white hoods, they wear hoodies.

22 posted on 07/20/2013 6:57:06 AM PDT by Mamzelle
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To: fatnotlazy
Could it be Pittsburgh has some sane people who won’t buy into this cr@p?


Just the opposite. The Pittsburgh branch of the black lynch mob couldn't wait until today...

Trayvon protesters descend upon mayor’s home


The progressive left in this country, with a heavy assist from the national media, are working hard to exploit the outcome of the George Zimmerman trial for political gain.

But did they go too far in Pittsburgh when activists descended upon the mayor’s home?

With a mid-term election next year and black voter turnout critical to any hopes of regaining control of the House, there is a lot at stake.

Mimicking what is happening in Florida, activists in the Steel City set upon the mayor’s office Wednesday with a list of demands to end to “the criminalization of black people, black bodies and the black community,” as reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

And, just as in Florida, the group is targeting that state’s version of the Stand Your Ground law, demanding that it be denounced by city resolution.

After being denied entry into the mayor’s office, the protesters began a “sit-in” until the mayor responded to their demands, eventually sleeping overnight in a hall outside the office, according to local blog Pittsburgh City Paper.

Lacking the resolve of their brethren in the Sunshine State, who’ve “occupied” the governor’s office there since Tuesday, the group pulled up stakes at 6:00 a.m. Thursday morning and in the best traditions of organized labor, set their sites on the mayor’s home.

They arrived bright and early, knocking on his door. The mayor was reported to be home, but did not answer. The activists taped a notice on his door that read “black bodies are precious,” and planted protest signs with individual demands across his property, the local CBS affiliate reported.

23 posted on 07/20/2013 6:57:19 AM PDT by NotYourAverageDhimmi
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To: KeyLargo

An opportunity for someone to develop an App for riot locations.

24 posted on 07/20/2013 7:00:32 AM PDT by PoloSec ( Believe the Gospel: how that Christ died for our sins, was buried and rose again)
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To: Lonesome in Massachussets

The Zimmerman Verdict: The “Justice for Trayvon” Riots. The Crisis that Never Was 6 Days Later.

Posted on July 19, 2013 by The Watchdog

If racial tensions were that bad. Cities nationwide should have been burning to the ground with troops on the ground restoring order. President Obama and his willing servant the Department of Justice’s Attorney General Eric Holder would have recommended Martial Law after declaring a national Emergency. This was the plan the White House and the Justice Department has been planning. It is just the outcome is not what they expected 6 days later. They are in a panic right now.

The reason why there is no public outcry for justice for Trayvon is all artificial outrage. It is manufactured outrage to sell the perception of racism. In Houston on July 15, 2013. 200 people blocked Hwy 288 blocking commuters from going home. Houston Police officers blew the whistle because they were ordered not to arrest the protesters blocking the Highway. 200 protesters is pretty pathetic number. Not exactly a groundswell of outrage or a grassroots effort

What is strange the Houston Police Chief Ordered Protesters to stay away from River Oaks a very affluent wealthy neighborhood in the city because of alleged racial profiling. It seems the wealthy will get police protection unless they live in the slum neighborhoods and commuters being blocked on the Hwy that goes into Pearlland. The protesters blocked child going to the hospital seeking medical care. Her mother was assaulted Quinell X who is a community organizer of the New Black Panther Party in Houston was behind this protest. I do not see Quinell X condemn the actions of the protesters blocking a Grandmother and assaulting her trying to get Granddaughter to the hospital. He is a foundation paid for agitator trying to stir the pot with only 200 people...

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25 posted on 07/20/2013 7:02:49 AM PDT by KeyLargo
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To: KeyLargo

Civilized, intelligent, evolved people don’t behave this way.

26 posted on 07/20/2013 7:03:25 AM PDT by Cowgirl of Justice
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To: PoloSec

Was just walking around downtown Minneapolis this morning, the feral animals were trying to provoke me.

27 posted on 07/20/2013 7:04:33 AM PDT by ThunderStruck94
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To: NotYourAverageDhimmi
That's too funny. The mayor is on his way out of office and he is beset by legal troubles. I doubt he really cares about them and their problems.

Like much of the east, Pittsburgh has been under a blanket of heat and humidity. Sitting in front of the mayor's home in 90 degree heat got old rather quickly.

28 posted on 07/20/2013 7:05:39 AM PDT by fatnotlazy
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To: KeyLargo


29 posted on 07/20/2013 7:07:01 AM PDT by Lonesome in Massachussets (Doing the same thing and expecting different results is called software engineering.)
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To: KeyLargo

Central Park in New York City, 9 pm.

That’s gonna go well.

30 posted on 07/20/2013 7:07:26 AM PDT by Jeff Winston
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To: EQAndyBuzz

“I have a better idea. No one is going to limit my freedom and liberty by telling me where I should and shouldn’t go.”

What a different story that would be told if more “Americans” were actually American. Hope other people in your community follow your example, in both spirit and deed.

31 posted on 07/20/2013 7:09:57 AM PDT by MichaelCorleone (Jesus Christ is not a religion. He's the Truth.)
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To: KeyLargo

There’s a “protest” (read: gathering of racists) in Augusta today. Wonder if they’ll burn down their own neighborhoods like they did years ago?

32 posted on 07/20/2013 7:10:24 AM PDT by arderkrag (An Unreconstructed Georgian, STANDING WITH RAND.)
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To: KeyLargo

With any luck Sharpton will join Helen Thomas.

33 posted on 07/20/2013 7:15:24 AM PDT by maddog55 (America Rising.... Civil War II)
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To: KeyLargo

Die already you f*ck.

34 posted on 07/20/2013 7:16:01 AM PDT by 1217Chic
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To: KeyLargo

I question Rev Al’s choice of locations to incite riots, looting and confrontation considering the hot temps across the nation. Might he consider changing the venue to perhaps a local car wash or rib shack? Would be a good place to cool off not to mention he’s looking a tad thin. (Hey, just tryin’ to help). The Great OZ has spoken.

35 posted on 07/20/2013 7:17:43 AM PDT by WyCoKsRepublican
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To: EQAndyBuzz

Your call but I can honestly say not one of the spots is high on my list to visit or go to anyway.

Anyplace town with a population over a 20k is outside of my way of living.

36 posted on 07/20/2013 7:18:13 AM PDT by maddog55 (America Rising.... Civil War II)
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To: Lonesome in Massachussets

July 19, 2013 12:00 AM

Al Sharpton, Posh Populist
Living large among the 1 percenters.
By Jonah Goldberg

If Tom Wolfe were writing The Bonfire of the Vanities today, he’d need a scene in the Grand Havana Room in New York City. It’s an Olympian den fit for what Wolfe called the “Masters of the Universe” — the super-rich gods of finance who today go by the name “the 1 percent.” Taking up the penthouse floor of 666 Fifth Avenue, the Grand Havana Room is a private, invitation-only cigar club and four-star restaurant. Through its windows, you can see the toiling salary men 39 floors below as they scurry about like ants, some furtively smoking in doorways, ever fearful of Nanny Bloomberg’s All-Seeing Eye.

Named by Business Insider as one of the “11 exclusive clubs Wall Streeters are dying to get into,” the Grand Havana Room is where power brokers and celebrities hobnob with captains of industry in one of the last places where it’s still legal to smoke in the Big Apple.

Immune as I am to the seductions of class resentment and Jacobin envy, I will admit it: I love the place. If invited, and if I could afford it, I’d join.

The one question I have is: Who’s paying for Al Sharpton’s membership?

“The Rev” is an omnipresent member of the club. After his MSNBC show, he’ll swing by for dinner and cigars amid the other Masters of the Universe. I couldn’t confirm that he repaired there after he broadcast his radio show, Keeping It Real, from Zuccotti Park to show his solidarity with the 99-percenters.

The reason I ask who’s paying for his membership is that Sharpton’s relationship with money has always been complicated. When he claimed he didn’t have the resources to pay damages in a defamation suit he lost, Sharpton was asked in a deposition how he could afford his suits. He didn’t own them, he replied, someone else did. He was merely granted “access” to the garments as needed. The same went for his TV, silverware, etc.

There’s a metaphor in there somewhere. In our overly therapeutic culture, we talk a lot about “enabling” pathologies, self-destructive behavior, etc. Well, Sharpton is a pathology enabled by the very system he loathes.

In a healthy society, Sharpton might be on parole now — not the must-get guest for Meet the Press and Today on issues of racial justice. He was a ringleader in perpetuating the evil Tawana Brawley hoax, in which he and two corrupt lawyers (now disbarred) falsely accused assistant district attorney Steven Pagones and others of gang-raping a 15-year-old girl in a racist attack (Brawley claimed that she’d been smeared with feces and had had racist epithets written on her body). No person of any ideological stripe could doubt it was a fraud — except, that is, for the unrepentant Sharpton, who recently insisted “something happened.”

If he’d been locked up for that, he might not have helped incite the Crown Heights riots in 1991. After a tragic car accident in the New York neighborhood in which a Jewish driver accidentally struck and killed a black child named Gavin Cato, Sharpton stoked anti-Semitic rage. At the funeral for Cato, amid shouts from the crowd of “Heil Hitler!” (one banner read, “Hitler did not do the job”), Sharpton didn’t call for reconciliation; he inveighed against “diamond dealers.” During the riots Jews were beaten in the street, and eventually a Hasidic tourist from Australia, Yankel Rosenbaum, was stabbed to death.

Perhaps if Sharpton had been shunned for his role in that, he might not have encouraged yet more violence in 1995, when he led protests against the eviction of a black-owned record store. Sharpton fueled rage on his radio show and at rallies to the point where one of the protesters ran into a Jewish-owned store whose owner was wrongly blamed for the eviction, shot several people, and then burned the place down, killing seven (mostly Hispanic) occupants.

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37 posted on 07/20/2013 7:20:23 AM PDT by KeyLargo
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To: EQAndyBuzz

>>I am such a klutz.

I am not a klutz. I hang on to my guns and carry them. I will not pretend to lose my guns because I carry them with the pride of a citizen exercising a right. I bought ammo with a debit card yesterday. I purchased a holster online. I fill out 4473’s with glee. The government is too stupid and incompetent to take guns in a house to house search.

Molon Labe MF’ers!

38 posted on 07/20/2013 7:22:19 AM PDT by Bryanw92 (Sic semper tyrannis)
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To: LibsRJerks

Wow, Al sure can organize fast. It’s almost as if they’ve been planning this all along ...

I’m sure it helps to have the president behind you.

39 posted on 07/20/2013 7:22:55 AM PDT by Bitsy
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To: 1217Chic

Charles Barkley: DOJ Shouldn’t Get Involved In Zimmerman Case, “Can’t Change Rules Because You Disagree With Verdict”

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40 posted on 07/20/2013 7:23:05 AM PDT by KeyLargo
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