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This is just a such a painful thought. Are the police murders part of an attack on the social fabric as was, for example Boston Marathon bombing? I am just raising this possibility. But when two police officers are executed followed by immediate department outrage at the mayor, something seems to be a bit off. Two more today. Are they linked or only just linked in the press. Are we seeing the construction of social reality about which there will be another "solution." Certainly one possibility is that if this is indeed some kind of black op, the idea is to start the "war against the cops."

From ZeroHedge after a discussion of today's shooting, there is this comment:

Quote:As Ian Fleming wrote, "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action." Let's just hope that America's SWATified police forces don't decide that the time for war against enemies domestic has finally come, because as we noted previously in "Across America, Police Departments Are Quietly Preparing For War", they most certainly are ready:
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I wonder if the oil depletion allowance gang is sending a message to New York for the ban on fracking?


Or maybe the torture group to switch the momentum to fear?


What I really fear is the potential backlash with a neo-government that has armed itself with new military Homeland Security laws.
Giuliani quickly gets into the act on Fox News. These talking points are just arranged so fast:

Quote:Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani slammed current Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Obama administration on Sunday, blaming them for creating an anti-police atmosphere.

"It's a tragedy," Giuliani said after the hosts of "Fox News Sunday" showed clips of Obama administration officials commenting on the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. "That is exactly the kind of misinformation, the kind of lying, that creates this atmosphere of anti-police hatred."

Giuliani also scolded de Blasio for his handling of anti-police protests in his city.



"Police officers punched, police officers spat on," he said "There was a tremendous amount of violence. Not just a little bit.

Video: New York City Police officers turn their backs on DeBlasio in disgust

"What you saw in New York City over the last couple of weeks would never, ever have happened while I was mayor of New York City," he added. "They would not have been allowed to control the bridge. People don't get to take a public bridge from the public. I don't know if New York City officials realize if you close down streets in New York City, you'll kill people."

The former mayor scorned those who blame cops for killing black men, saying they should focus instead on the black-on-black crime responsible for the majority of black deaths.

"What has been allowed to go on farces the sense of anti-police hatred, and that's 1 percent of the problem," Giuliani said. "What about the 92 percent that is actually causing the death of most black men in this country? We can't talk about that? You're racist if you say that? Frankly, I think you're racist if you don't say that."

Al Sharpton and the media are only perpetuating the problem, he said.


In a case where all those involved in the Grand Jury process were lying and covering up the police murder of Eric Garner and Michael Brown Giuliani comes out and says the people protesting this are liars.

Time for Giuliani to shut up.
from [URL="http://willyloman.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/nypd-becomes-a-wartime-department/"]American Everyman
[/URL]I obviously started this thread in the Black Op Forum. Just what part of it can be labeled as deep politics if anything is yet to be determined. However, my thinking is that in these days, we need to actively rule it out.

Quote:…One person offering clear directives to the cops: Patrick Lynch, their union president, who asked them to sign an emotionally manipulative letter banning de Blasio from their hypothetical future funeral, and who actually said on Saturday night that there was "blood on their hands [of] those that incited violence on the street under the guise of protest … [blood] on the steps of city hall, in the office of the mayor".

Yes, the cops blamed the protesters. ( So did Rudy Giuliani, but don't get me started on him.) Even more chilling, the police union declared that the NYPD has "become a wartime' police department. We will act accordingly."

Violence threatened is also violence enacted.

Wartime? These are the marching orders to the 35,000 armed members of the biggest police department in the United States. This is the message now sent to protesters around the nation who have been finding novel and peaceful forms of expression to resist oppression who have been protesting in reaction to police violence, not causing it.
Patrick Lynch needs some smelling salts and a good lie down and to stop the histrionics. He doesn't represent his members well by tolerating bad cops with in it. Families of the murdered NY cops seem to hae the right idea. I hope their wishes prevail.
I don't see any 'black op' in the murder of the two police - only irrational action over rational anger toward the police. However, this is playing into the hands of the police who have long been at war [directed to be by who they protect - which is NOT the average person!]...but now they have declared war.....so expect things to get ugly. While this is 'just' NYC, I would imagine other Police Dept.s will see this as their 'war', as well.
Giuliani was a player in 9/11 and London 77 (he was in London at the time of the event) and is now playing a role in this.

It makes one wonder if he is the roll-out guy for these sort of events?

Besides that, I found the following comment fascinating:

Quote:"They [people] would not have been allowed to control the bridge. People don't get to take a public bridge from the public.

Pardon?

The public don't get to take their bridge from themselves? :Confusedhock:: What's all that about?
David Guyatt Wrote:Giuliani was a player in 9/11 and London 77 (he was in London at the time of the event) and is now playing a role in this.

It makes one wonder if he is the roll-out guy for these sort of events?

Besides that, I found the following comment fascinating:

Quote:"They [people] would not have been allowed to control the bridge. People don't get to take a public bridge from the public.


Pardon?

The public don't get to take their bridge from themselves?
:Confusedhock:: What's all that about?

Interesting thought David.

That sentence stood out for me too. Apart from the 'people' being the 'public' I've lost count of the public assets which have been stolen from the public commons and given to the corporates and wealthy.
The point these aggressive demagogues for the powerful are missing is that it was that very "war time footing" that was responsible for the aggressive murder of citizens by the police and subsequent corrupted ruling in favor of the violators.

People like Giuliani blithely say "If these people have a grievance they can sue in court". Forgetting that those same courts failed to give any recourse to those the police murdered.

Just the fact Giuliani uses that 4-minutes-to-save-a-heart-attack-victim weaseling shows what a dishonest bastard he is and how much contempt he has for the people and the problem they are protesting. I don't think he realizes he's accenting the problem the people are protesting in the first place by doing that, which just shows how out of touch police-oriented authoritarians like Giuliani are. I mean who does he think he's fooling? Giuliani is just representative of the neo-con movement in government that followed the CIA assassination of Kennedy and installation of Ronald Reagan and Rockefeller drug laws designed to defeat any political movements of the people in America. Arrogant authorities forgiving themselves for murders in corrupted courts are not the people Rudy. FU.

Hey, if the police are openly murdering people I know I'm not going to their funerals. If they want to be a uniformed murder cult of law they are on their own.
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