Declassified: C.I.A. Admits Plan To Turn Women Against Family – Key To End Of Humanity
The federal court needs to charge the rioting dinks with violation of the mask laws. That is a separate charge from the anti-Klan laws and punishable with five years in prison, as the dink goal, clearly, is terror, and thwarting rights of others. Civil rights violations.
No word from George Soros as to whether he will pay their fines and do their time
Majority of 230 protesters arrested on Inauguration Day will face 10 years in prison and $25k fine as US attorney says they will be charged with felony rioting
- 230 people have been arrested and six police officers injured in the D.C.protests against President Trump
- Many any of those arrested will reportedly face up to a 10 year prison sentence and $25,000 fine
- A violent rampage started two blocks from the White House in McPherson Square and along K Street
- A limo was set on fire after destructive demonstrators threw a flare into its shattered windows
- Police with shields lined up and blocked the parade route as riots broke out around the city
- Officials have used tear gas, pepper spray and flash bang grenades on the mob
- Windows have been smashed at Starbucks, McDonald’s and Bank of America buildings
- Broadcaster Larry King said the windows of his SUV were smashed by protesters while he was in studios
Most of the 230 rioters arrested after violent protests erupted in Washington D.C. following Donald Trump‘s inauguration will be charged with felony rioting, federal prosecutors said on Saturday.
The charge carries a punishment of up to ten years in jail and a $25,000 fine.
Thousand of protesters launched a violent rampage just blocks away from the White House as anti-Trump demonstrators smashed store windows, set fire to cars and threw bricks at police.
More than 95 people have been arrested so far during the riots. Hundreds of protesters dressed in black marched through the streets of D.C. breaking windows and hurling projectiles
A Washington D.C. Metro Police Officer arrests an anti-Trump protester, after a confrontation that led to several dozen protesters being cornered and then arrested for vandalism
A young male rioter kicked in a car’s windshield as fellow protesters watched on
Heated clashes broke out in McPherson Square and along K Street as hundreds of riot police fired tear gas and drew their nightsticks to contain the masked mob.
As the rioting unfolded, Trump and his family were arriving at a review stand at the White House to see the end of the inaugural parade.
Militant anti-Trump protesters gave a foretaste of what could follow during the violent outbreaks, which has so far seen 217 people arrested and at least six police officers injured.
A nurse rinses pepper spray out of the eyes of a young anti-Trump protester who got sprayed during a clash with D.C. Metropolitan Police
A limo was set on fire after masked protesters wearing all black threw a flare into the vehicle. They had reportedly run up to the car and smashed its windows in D.C. following Trump’s inauguration
Riot police have arrested nearly a hundred people for the explosive protests in the streets of D.C. Washington police said numerous individuals were charged with rioting
Police use pepper spray on the mob of protesters in McPherson Square. A violent rampage started just two blocks from the White House in the square and along K Street
Rioters set off multiple fires as they confronted police as protests over Trump turned ugly
Rioters set fire to a limousine and scrawled ‘We the people’ on the side of the vehicle
Police have arrested nearly 100 anti-Trump protesters on Friday. Rioters hurled rocks and other debris at a Starbucks Cafe window as they ran through the streets on in protest of President Trump
Just before the parade started, clashes broke out between more than 400 stone-throwing protesters and riot police in McPherson Square – just blocks from the parade in honor of newly sworn-in president.
As Trump’s motorcade wound its way up Pennsylvania Avenue in the parade to the White House, protesters also descended on Franklin Square Park where they graffitied a stretch limo before setting the vehicle ablaze right outside the Washington Post building.
‘Groups of people started gathering around the limo. There was a sense of something going to happen. People were shouting ‘it’s going to blow’. We tried to move them back,’ DailyMail.com columnist Katie Hopkins, who witnessed the ordeal, said.
‘The inauguration parade for the president is just blocks away from where all this is happening.’
Hopkins said the anarchists set things ablaze and started throwing bricks, stones and rocks.
‘These people are here for this purpose – these guys are here for the fight,’ she said.
A protester burns one of Trump’s Make America Great t-shirt just hours after he was sworn in as president
SWAT team police in full riot gear moved in spraying pepper spray in a bid to disperse the rioters. Among those where hit were Hawk Newsome, leader of Black Lives Matter in New York.
City police chief Peter Newsham said at least 217 people were arrested and would be held overnight before appearing in front of a judge.
‘The charge is rioting,’ he told reporters. ‘Our intention going into this event was to make zero arrests, and unfortunately they forced our hand.’
Meanwhile, prominent white supremacist Richard Spencer was sucker-punched by a masked protester in the street while giving an interview to journalists.
Anti-Trump demonstrator set a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat on fire as masked, black-clad protesters carrying anarchist flags smashed windows and scuffled with riot police in D.C.
A Trump supporter was seen trying to pull an American flag out of a fire lit by a protester just hours after the inauguration
Protesters swarmed the streets in Washington as they set fire to mutliple trash cans
Most of the noisy protests – including an array of anti-racist, anti-war, feminist, LGBT, pro-immigration and marijuana legalization groups – were peaceful.
But some protesters had earlier dragged trash cans into the road before setting them on fire. Vendors selling Trump T-shirts suddenly started offering them as ‘fire fuel, and set them alight.
One police van retreated quickly, reversing a whole city block at high speed after a rock smashed through its window but within minutes reinforcements arrived as a SWAT team in full riot gear blocked K Street and threatened to pepper spray yelling demonstrators.
A rock also hit a Secret Service vehicle forcing it to beat a hasty retreat.
Thugs dressed head-to-toe in black with their faces completely hidden urged the mob to gather pieces of paving stone to use as missiles.
Vandals set the limo afire after totally trashing it smashing its windows and scrawling graffiti on its side, leaving its horn constantly blaring.
Broadcaster Larry King said that while he was in a studio, the windows of his SUV were smashed by protesters.
‘Protestors in DC smashed the windows of my hired SUV & many other cars. I was working in-studio & am ok, but my driver is a bit rattled,’ he tweeted.
Police in riot gear deployed pepper spray and made arrests after protesters smashed the windows of downtown D.C. businesses
A rioter wrapped in a rainbow flag walks very close to the police line as protests turned violent in Washington
An angry protester faces off with a line of riot police during a demonstration in D.C.
A TV truck was also smashed as the mob ignored calls to stop from one section of the crowd who said the new administration wanted them to riot.
‘Please stop. This is not ok,’ pleaded one young woman. ‘This is what they want. They will eat this up.’
The protesters shouted ‘F… Trump,’ calling his new administration ‘fascist’ and ‘illegitimate.’ They brandished placards variously denouncing the new president as racist, homophobic and anti-women.
Police blasted them with tear gas and stun grenades and several women claimed they had been maced as they struggled with tears seeping from their eyes.
Riot police chased the group, some openly promoting anarchy, down 10th and E streets, about a mile from the Mall.
More than 500 people, many wearing masks and handkerchiefs over their faces, marched through the center of DC.
They attacked cars and shop windows, smashing glass panes at a Bank of America branch, a McDonald’s outlet and a Starbucks shop.
Luis Villarroel from Virginia dropped passengers off near the corner of 13th and K Streets NW then parked in front of the Washington Post building.
He got out of his Lincoln MKT limo when he heard loud noises and ‘hundreds of masked men’ coming his way. He said the protesters ‘threw food at him’ and started beating his limo. They threw a flare inside the limo, which is still visible on the seat.
Activists leave the site of a limousine which was set ablaze during a protest against Trump. Someone wrote on the side of the burning limo: ‘We the People’
Unruly protesters were pursued by riot police who used flash bang grenades and pepper spray to subdue the crowd. Several windows were broken including a McDonald’s restaurant’s
Police managed to funnel the protesters away, but security was stepped up for this afternoon’s Presidential parade.
D.C. police reported that two uniformed officers sustained minor injuries and police vehicles were damaged in the riots.
President Trump began his reign at the White House today greeted by rain and vast empty spaces at his inauguration.
Unlike the inauguration ceremonies for former President Obama where crowds filled the Mall past the Washington Monument, Trump’s acceptance speech was greeted by far less spectators.
As he spoke areas at the back of the Mall were empty and the three second delay in his words reaching those at the back only added to the low key atmosphere.
There were muted cheers and very little chanting to greet the President among the spectators that stood with space to walk freely behind them.
A police officer falls to the ground as another shoots pepper spray at protesters demonstrating against U.S. President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the inauguration
Riot police used flash bang grenades and pepper spray to subdue the destructive crowd
Activists run after being hit by a stun grenade while protesting against Trump on the sidelines of the inauguration
The riots in D.C. in response to Trump’s inauguration have led to nearly a hundred arrests. Several windows were broken including a McDonald’s restaurant’s
DISHONEST, corrupt media reported Trump’s inauguration attendance was not as expected and the National Mall sat half-empty (left) compared to Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration turn out (right), which saw an estimated 1.8million people on the below freezing day
[Below is a picture of Trump’s Inauguration attendance which refutes the dishonest and corrupt media’s FALSE REPORTING ]
[And there is the following picture of Hillary’s inauguration crowd ]
As anti-Trump demonstrators attempted to block the way to the parade walk and smashed up shop windows, supporters and protesters alike flocked to Washington D.C. for inauguration day.
Demonstrators came from across the US to voice their objection President Donald Trump – despite being a tiny minority compared to vast crowds there to hail him. Some said they would also have protested Hillary Clinton.
Protests became violent and destructive as shop windows were smashed out in retaliation to Trump being sworn in on the steps of Capitol Hill.
Several thousand inauguration-goers were held up for an extra hour by just a handful of animal rights protesters who blocked an entry point at 7th Street and D600nw and were met by soldiers and police with dogs.
Protesters demonstrated near the parade route where Trump will walk after taking the oath of office
Those who had come to voice their anti-Trump views repeatedly shouted ‘Let us in’ as the rain came down and senior police officials gathered to examine how best to solve the situation.
One protester who held up the lines brandished a placard which read : ‘Queers for human and animal rights.’
Alena Chavez, 20, a student who had traveled from San Francisco, California, said: ‘Trump needs to learn how to respect women, all races and religions and understand that we know he will not make a great President.’
Due to the expected downpour, the National Park Service has revised its policy on umbrellas.
It eased up on the ‘no umbrella’ rule, allowing collapsible ‘totes’-style umbrellas along the parade route and on the National Mall.
On the Capitol grounds regular umbrellas are still prohibited in any ticketed area.
The nation’s soon-to-be president joked about the chance of a downpour. ‘That’s OK,’ Trump told campaign donors at an event Thursday night, ‘because people will realize it’s my real hair.’
‘Might be a mess, but they’re going to see that it’s my real hair,’ he said.
As historic numbers turned out to express their dissent towards the Trump Administration, another group came forward to assert their support of the 45th President.
Bikers For Trump, a self-explanatory organization who aim to ‘promote and coordinate peaceful rallies and events nationwide’ held their own celebration on Saturday while the millions of women marched nearby.
As a counteractive event, the group set up along the inaugural route in Washington, D.C. to rally for their beliefs.
As Soros paid protestots turned out to express their dissent towards the Trump Administration, another group came forward to assert their support of the 45th President
Bikers For Trump, a self-explanatory organization who aim to ‘promote and coordinate peaceful rallies and events nationwide’ held their own celebration while the thousands of women marched nearby
As a counteractive event, the group set up along the inaugural route in Washington, D.C. to rally for their beliefs
Five Women Whose Rights the ‘Women’s March’ Left Behind
On Saturday, a coalition of actresses, pop stars, and Michael Moore congregated in cities throughout the country to protest the peaceful transfer of power between Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump, a centuries-old American tradition.
The speeches – from a cast of characters with as diverse backgrounds as Ashley Judd, Scarlett Johansson, and Madonna – warned that America was on the precipice of a “new age of tyranny” and only “revolution” could save it. The “pussyhats,” armed with “derogatory” language as a vehicle of “empowerment,” warned the American electorate that the age in which the American left respected the nation’s republican electoral infrastructure had ended.
The content of the speeches at such rallies appeared to deviate from their nominal purpose. Organizers allegedly called the march to defend the human rights of oppressed women. It should have been a unique opportunity to raise human rights abuses that often get sidelined from the international conversation because they affect women: female genital mutilation, refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) rape, and sexual slavery, for starters.
The top headliners at the flagship rally in Washington, DC, appeared significantly more concerned about Donald Trump, the first president to support same-sex marriage legalization since his first day in office and a Republican who has told his conservative audiences that Planned Parenthood “does wonderful things.”
Breitbart News would be remiss not to use the occasion to highlight the women Gloria Steinem and the cast of Hamilton left behind. Below, five harrowing stories of abuse that should be at the forefront of all feminists’ struggle against oppression.
Soler is the head of the Ladies in White anti-communist movement in Cuba. On almost every Sunday since the “Black Spring” of 2003, Soler and her compatriots – the wives, daughters, sisters, and mothers of Cuban political prisoners – have been arrested for carrying images of their wrongfully imprisoned loved ones to church and attempting to sit in on Catholic Mass in Havana. They have been beaten, dragged by their ankles, pulled by their hair, jeered, tarred, and forcibly abandoned hours away from their homes with no way of getting back on a regular basis under the Raúl Castro regime. They seek the freedom of prisoners of conscience and a restoration of respect for basic human rights in Cuba, and openly rejected communism.
Soler has vowed the Ladies in White will continue their weekly Mass attendance and silent marches holding the images of political prisoners throughout 2017 despite resistance and the emboldening of the Castro regime under President Obama, who she has sternly criticized in public.
Asia Bibi is a Pakistani Christian mother who has spent the past seven years on death row after two Muslim coworkers accused her of insulting Muhammad, a crime in Pakistan punishable by death. Bibi sparked the ire of her coworkers, according to case documents, by drinking out of a vessel the accusers alleged was reserved for Muslims only. Upon being confronted, her coworkers allege Bibi asked them, “What did Muhammad do for you?” Bibi denies she said this, but her word in an Islamic Pakistani court weighs less than those of her accusers.
Pakistan delayed her appeal trial in October, and the chief judge presiding abruptly left the case, forcing her to forgo another Christmas with her family. The response from radical Islamic groups in the country, which are largely given free reign to protest perceived insults towards their religion, has been to demand her immediate execution. Members of these groups have taken to threatening and killing anyone who speaks against Bibi’s execution. In a particularly notable case, Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer was shot to death by his own bodyguard for criticizing the nation’s blasphemy laws. Islamic groups around the world celebrate his death to this day.
Bibi is not the only Pakistani to suffer under Pakistan’s sharia-compliant laws, Christian or not: women can be killed for a variety of “crimes” like refusing the advances of a Muslim man, allegedly desecrating a Quran, or simply questioning the authority of an Islamic leader. While some are arrested in these cases, few see justice served, particularly those in which relatives engaged in the “honor” murder to protect their family’s reputation.
Park escaped North Korea at age 13 through China, where guards have often taken advantage of women attempting to flee the repressive communist state by demanding sexual favors. A guard indeed attempted to rape Park, but ultimately relented after her mother offered herself up instead. She was raped twice that night. “The first time, I heard only the sounds. The second time was in front of me. I told myself I did not see that. That’s how I could carry on with life,” Park told Marie Claire.
Park was eventually sold to a “husband” who she agreed to have sex with in exchange for being reunited with her mother, who was also sold. She has now become one of the most prominent anti-North Korean voices in the free world, and in interviews notes that it remains difficult to express her opinion freely due to years of indoctrination.
While Park’s struggle to escape North Korea is complete, her case is not unique. “Defectors face torture, arbitrary detention, rape, forced labor,” George Tugushi, the vice chairperson of the United Nations Committee Against Torture, said in 2015, urging China to cease repatriation of North Koreans.
Kayla Mueller suffered months of brutality as a favorite sex slave of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the founder of the Islamic State. The jihadist group announced that she was killed in an airstrike at age 26 in 2015; the U.S. government confirmed her death but not how she died.
In the months following her death, the details of her captivity were illuminated through interviews with escaped captives who knew her while enslaved by the Islamic State. Mueller was abducted in 2013 in Syria, and subjected to “torture, verbal abuse, prolonged isolation, sensory deprivation, stress positions, forced labor or sexual assault,” including rape at the hands of al-Baghdadi himself, it is believed.
While enslaved, Mueller refused to convert to Islam, defying her jihadist captors when they tried to claim otherwise, and became a protective elder sister figure to Yazidi girls who had been captured and enslaved. She refused to escape with a group of girls, arguing that, as an American, she would bring undue attention to the other girls.
While Mueller died in captivity, the Islamic State continues to control large swathes of Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya, and claims supporters in China, Russia, much of Europe, and the United States. Yazidi girls, considered “devil worshippers” by the Islamic State, have become prime targets for sexual slavery, and many remain held in captivity in Mosul, the largest city under ISIS control in Iraq. Those who survive are often shunned by their communities due to their time as sex slaves. Aid groups say those who escaped are in dire need of psychological care and many remain suicidal.
Mayar Mohamed Mousa
Mousa died at age 17 in Egypt while undergoing an illegal female genital mutilation (FGM) procedure. “The initial results of an autopsy performed on the girl cite blood clotting as the possible cause of death,” CNN reported in June 2016. Complications during the mutilation – which often includes the complete removal of the clitoris and hacking of parts of the labia – are common, but parents have continued to submit their girls to the procedure to deprive them of sexual desire, keeping them “pure.”
“Many parents will have their daughters cut as a proactive measure so that they will be ‘marriageable’… In some communities, men refuse to marry any woman who has not been cut,” a report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) explained shortly after Mousa’s death. Men who support the procedure sometimes claim it is necessary not because women are prone to promiscuity, but because trusting men to be sexually responsible is a fool’s errand.
“We are a population whose men suffer from sexual weakness, which is evident because Egypt is among the biggest consumers of sexual stimulants that only the weak will consume,” Egyptian legislator Elhamy Agina said in September. “If we stop FGM, we will need strong men and we don’t have men of that sort.”
Egypt banned FGM in 2008 and has enacted new punitive measures following Mousa’s death. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), however, up to 62 percent of girls still suffer the procedure by the age of 18 (this is down from 97 percent in 2000).
“More than 200 million girls and women alive today have been cut in 30 countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia,” according to the WHO.
Declassified: C.I.A. Admits Plan To Turn Women Against Family – Key To End Of Humanity
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