The riot in Sarcelles was incited by posters posted up in the area urging “protesters” to bring hammers and other weapons so that they could “raid the Jewish district”
The result of this was a synagogue, Jewish stores, and a kosher grocery being attacked as rioters shouted “Slit the Jews’ throats!” and “Gas the Jews!” and “Kill the Jews!”
How do you say “pogrom” in French?
The fuck France?
This is the exact outcome I expected from the way the internet has been portraying the Israel/Palestine conflict lately.
What Americans don’t seem to comprehend is that if the government can arbitrarily take away your property, without your having much say about it, you have no true rights. You’re nothing more than a serf or a slave.
In this way, the police state with all of its trappings—from surveillance cameras, militarized police, SWAT team raids, truancy and zero tolerance policies, asset forfeiture laws, privatized prisons and red light cameras to Sting Ray guns, fusion centers, drones, black boxes, hollow-point bullets, detention centers, speed traps and abundance of laws criminalizing otherwise legitimate conduct—is little more than a front for a high-dollar covert operation aimed at laundering as much money as possible through government agencies and into the bank accounts of corporations.
The rationalizations for the American police state are many. There’s the so-called threat of terrorism, the ongoing Drug War, the influx of illegal immigrants, the threat of civil unrest in the face of economic collapse, etc. However, these rationalizations are merely excuses for the growth of a government behemoth, one which works hand in hand with corporations to profit from a society kept under lockdown and in fear at all times.
Life hack: say “Zionist” and you can be anti-Semitic and no one will mind apparently.
Who’s the better detective: L or Sherlock Holmes?
edgemaverick replied to your post: I hate the postal system in this count…
this guy sent me a package and they sent it back and said it didnt have a zip code on it the us postal service is amazing
I don’t understand why Zip Codes exist like in what city are there multiple identical…
Because there are lots of cities with the same name (London, Springfield etc) and almost all of them have at least some numbered streets. That’s not even getting into the fact that so many people have roads named after them in multiple cities (MLK, all of the presidents, etc). I agree that it would be smart to just give cities more original names, but we do not live in a world run by smart people. The state does narrow it down, but there are some states that contain more than one city with the same name.