Quote of the day—Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib)

Policing in our country is inherently & intentionally racist.


No more policing, incarceration, and militarization. It can’t be reformed.

Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib)
Tweeted on April 12, 2021
[It’s not as stupid as you might think at first thought. Thieves and robbers are the natural allies of socialists and communists. They all steal from (and murder) capitalists. Elimination of the restraints on such criminals enables the destruction of people and property.

This was extraordinarily well demonstrated in the USSR. Tlaib and gang are just using an slightly updated playbook from 1917 Russia.

Prepare and respond appropriately.—Joe]

6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Rashida Tlaib (@RashidaTlaib)

  1. Seems to me the only thing allowing the anarchy in the cities is the tyranny enforced on those that try to stop or contain it.

    I wonder if there’s a word for that, or if the situation would be changed by forceful removal of those not in line with the former social norms if “law enforcement” is removed, like what is happening in Brazil?

  2. Except the Kulaks shoot back this time. No police leaves us at, “The Purge”, stage. At which time criminals will be shot on site. And put to good use as ag. supplements.
    If there was lead flying. How many people would be out trying to burn down the Portland ICE building?
    And the human cow would find out what communist truly think of their useful idiots. It’s all fun and games right up to the time you become the sacrifice.

  3. It’s harder to be a terrorist when there is police around enforcing the law. That certainly explains her position — can’t allow the cops to get in the way of her friends.

  4. If, while driving, I ever came across a town with a “Welcome to $TOWN! Constrained government and Peelian Policing make for a great place to live”, I think I’d immediately stop at a real estate agent and see what they have on offer.

    That’s basically the opposite of what progressive governance is offering.

  5. Meanwhile we should not fail to recognize that this kind of change is being funded and promoted by none other than Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-backed effort called A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction. It has been adopted by Washington, Oregon, and California.

    In this guide each chapter starts with the words:

    White supremacy culture shows up in math classrooms when…

    And this is what my grandchildren are learning?

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