Philadelphia Hands Election to Trump? Law and Order Candidate, Deception, Loss, 1972 Repeat Feared

Updated: Nov 11, 2020

10/29/2020: The press is reporting two to three nights of rioting in response to the killing of a young black man by white police officers, Walter Wallace Jr., in Philadelphia. He is alleged to have had a knife in his hand; told to drop it, he failed to do so. The protest seems to have taken place based on the assumption that this level of lethal force was not justified, under these circumstances, especially taking into account the fact that the individual’s family members who were present on the scene had made it very clear to police, that this individual was mentally ill.

Clearly, in Philadelphia as elsewhere, America has a problem with police brutality that is grounded in a national history that includes and even glorifies racism and police violence against people of color. But, especially given the fact that the individual in question was lunging at officers at the time of his killing, with what appears to be a knife in his hand, this might have not been the best time to loot on national television. The looters going out every night for new HD TVs at Walmart, along with Nike shoes, could cost us the election, giving us 4 more years of the Law and Order President, a similar kind of nightmare as what happened with the victorious Law and Order candidate in 1972, Nixon, the Republican self-styled hawk running for reelection. Nixon, however, was sane. Our current scenario is much more dangerous

Please, BLM Philadelphia, we beg you, do what you can to rein in your zealots, those who are more excited by flat screen TVs than racial justice, their priority focus on looting is has already been all too well noted and this could not happen at a worse time. Looting is not peaceful protest, and it makes the rioters - and by extension BL M generally speaking - look bad, very bad. Just as Trump scrambles right now to get the Law and Order votes of those TV watchers, nationwide, who see images of looters in Philadelphia looting several times a day, providing the best argument possible to forgive the President his sins and stupidity, cross on's fingers, and do what has always been done, give the police more money, more power, and more impunity.

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Protest2020! 2020 is the year of protest, ushered in on the heels of 2019, which saw numerous social explosions in the last few months of the year. Climate change, in particular, is feeding a well-founded sense of fear, particularly among the vulnerable and their activist allies whose lives and futures are highly precarious. In fact, all of us are vulnerable, and awareness is growing of the way in which we are all in this together. While in most places, most notably Hong Kong, protests have turned violent and thousands of arrests have been made, there have not yet been large numbers of fatalities, although dozens of protestors have died and continue to die in South America. In other parts of the world, most notably the Middle East – home to warfare for decades – particularly in Iraq and its neighbor and former enemy Iran, hundreds of protestors have been killed with live, military-grade ammunition. After 5 years of civil war in Syria, protest has given way to military action hand in hand with death and destruction. The numbers of people murdered by the governments of the region are not fully known, and especially hard to verify in Iran, where a brutal religious dictatorship maintains a thick cloak of secrecy over such information.

Iran and its allies in Iraq are now moving precipitously towards war with the United States, in part because the mentally ill president of that country needs to wage war in order to win reelection. Large parts of the world that are the most vulnerable to the ravages of climate change are already suffering; places like the Philippines are experiencing devastating and lethal storms, one after the other, breaking all historical records.

Much of Australia has been on fire for months as we ring in 2020, accompanied by the hottest temperatures on record. This is changing Australian lives, politics, and the consciousness of the ordinary Australian who is now getting involved in the struggle to save their island, and coming to a better understanding of how their survival is linked to the rest of the world. In Japan, forces are growing in protest to push the Japanese government towards support for the Hong Kong protestors, confronting mainland China; also supporting the struggles of minority groups in mainland China, reporting on government abuses, etc. The US government has expressed its full support for the Hong Kong protestors, further escalating tensions between these two superpowers along with ally Russia. These tensions were already at their most aggravated moments as a result of the US/China trade war.

To make matters still worse, especially for SE Asia, the North Korean dictator is threatening the use of a new strategic weapon. Our world on the arrival first of 2020 and now 2021, is a tinderbox as never before. The 2020 presidential elections in the USA will be the single greatest determining factor for the survival of the planet. Given that the current president preaches a doctrine of conflict and confrontation rather than collaboration, and denies that climate change is even exacerbated by man-made actions, if he is re-elected, there will be little hope for our world in the short term.

Here at, we invite you to protest, share your views, and help us all to march towards a more sustainable and peaceful world that will not totally implode, at least within our lifetimes, leaving hope for life to continue in more intelligent forms, better appreciating our planetary home. We ultimately seek harmony with nature so as to preserve life as we know it, as we dream it could be. Everything depends on how hard we are willing to fight to make it so.


Let’s get arrested, the more the merrier!