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Video: Rioter repeatedly says shoot me n-word and gets shot in the head

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posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 04:00 PM
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The Kyle Rittenhouse Show Down in Kenosha with the Crazies




In Kenosha, Wisconsin, 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse was protecting the business of a friend with an assault rifle. It is remarkable that after months of indiscriminate rioting, looting and burning, a serious incident took this long to occur. Rittenhouse will be the cause célebre that takes the conversation to the different level. The notion that Antifa are normal protesters will be put to rest by the pajama people.


If this kid gets more than a misdemeanor charge I'll be pissed. Course, I say that now without knowing all the details yet, the biggie being what in hell was he doing there? I'm surprised such an event took this long to happen given the past several years of mass shooters to instill fear. To me if this were actual real sheeple anger the violence would have escalated months ago with piles of bodies. Nope, it's all controlled chaos in both a spiritual battle AND for power no doubt financed & orchestrated by a few ruling bloodline aristocracy banking cartel families.

Regardless of who wins Nov 3rd this violence will not stop overnight.
Assuming Trump wins I would not be surprised if the military is brought into these cities and the Insurrection Act (10 U.S. Code § 253) is invoked; Trump has mentioned it a few times; latest was yesterday...



We’re not supposed to be involved unless we’re invited in by the people that run, these are all Democrat cities, just so you understand, including DC. So we’re not supposed to go in unless we call it an insurrection, but that’s a big statement. It’s a big statement. No reason for it. But you know what we’re going to do? We’re going to have to look at it.

Source


Given the whole damn world appears to be under an occult ritual while subjugated to a hypnotic trance psyop state of mind, NOTHING is off the table on what may happen between now and Nov 4th. We've been infiltrated by some foreign bad actors in the shadows. Why would some of these rioters be spray painting "Free Palestine" on federal buildings & sidewalks? Remember, some of these 'American' Antifa members joined the Kurds (Antifa YPG) back during the O'bummer years to train & fight ISIS in Syria alongside American forces AND then they were dumped. They were not happy with Washington abandoning them.

Why, in the world’s richest country, is every metric of mental health pathology rapidly worsening?

Whichever side loses in November will not go quietly into rebuilding mode. Make life so hellish people will accept any solution to end the misery. The psyop warriors to social engineers have created a helluva demonic social despair and mental health crisis. They certainly earned their paychecks.



The recent shooting is just another spark in the Butterfly effect which will lead to something bigger to come.
If this chaos was only happening in the USA I would say it's just weaponized election tactics BUT, it's going on all over the world, therefore, nothing is off the table. Does anyone get the feeling that Africa or Nigeria (think Baal Gates), Australia (pushin for mandatory vaccine), New Zealand, all with much smaller populations than the US are beta testing grounds that may foreshadow what is to come for the USA? Experiment on what works, make adjustments, rinse/repeat, then deploy in US or a specific large US city. Kill a few thousand or million are acceptable risks toward their Agenda 2030 enslavement of mankind.

More likely scenario as [they] tend to use same playbook handed down throughout history...

"Who controls the past, controls the future...
Who controls the present controls the past."
- 1984, George Orwell

STAGED EVENTS
also known as
ORDER OUT OF CHAOS
from the Latin
ORDO AB CHAO.



The puppetmasters create "dis order" so the people will demand "order". The price of "order" always entails a handing over of control and loss of freedom on the part of the citizenry. Out of "chaos" comes "order" - THEIR order - their new WORLD order.



The trick of creating chaos and then seizing power under the pretense of putting things back in order is a tried and true method of deception and manipulation. It's the meaning behind the Latin motto: ORDO AB CHAO meaning ORDER OUT OF CHAOS.

Orwell Today

I think ATS has a 1001 theories & predictions as to what is going on and what may be the outcome. Who knows. The Antifa/BLM goons to the Covid Karens might be the least of our worries when it comes to inevitable Big Brother action.




posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 05:32 PM
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originally posted by: SailorJerry
a reply to: Gandalf77




Unless it becomes clear that he feared his life was in imminent danger, and that's going to be a difficult case to make, the best he can hope for is a plea deal. Maybe his big-money lawyer gets it knocked down to aggravated manslaughter.


Its more than clear that it was self defense in all 3 Cases with this young man, all the video is there, the people attacking him with weapons , a skateboard and a guy attempting to pin him down with a glock in his hand its all there

It was a mob, they tried to beat someone down who was armed, and they got what they deserved

I wish I could say it was that clear, but I’m not convinced. More details need to come out here. It’s not easy to say given the chaos and fluidity of the situation. Still too many questions. It’s too easy to paint with a broad brush here. Were all of those people an angry mob of criminals, or is it a mix of protestors and opportunistic hoodlums? Were all of those people attacking him, or did some come at him because he shot the guy with the plastic bag? From their perspective, it’s not hard to imagine how they saw someone with a rifle opening fire on people, and it certainly isn’t hard to imagine how some would want to try to stop it. So far, this just doesn’t seem black and white to me at all. The DA sure didn’t hesitate to file charges. All in all, it’s a sad situation.



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 07:03 PM
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a reply to: Gandalf77

Rosenbaum the first guy shot chased him threw a plastic bag which had something in it which you can see in multiple videos and tried to take the gun from Kyle which is in the statement given by the only witness on scene. The same guy who first rendered aid.

Also this link shows Rosenbaum before the shooting pushing a burning dumpster down the street by a gas station which Kyle put out with a fire extinguisher. There are two video clips in that link out of order. The first is with Rosenbaum angry pushing into the armed militia yelling shoot me. The second is the dumpster fire being pushed doun the street by Rosenbaum and Kyle putting it out.

Rosenbaum then chased Kyle several blocks up util he was shot. Seconds before Kyle shot Rosenbaum there was a shot fired by one of the rioters that were also chasing him.

The DA going forward with charges are 100% political. In every case of shooting it was self defense where Kyle was retreating.



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 07:16 PM
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originally posted by: Gandalf77

originally posted by: SailorJerry
a reply to: Gandalf77




Unless it becomes clear that he feared his life was in imminent danger, and that's going to be a difficult case to make, the best he can hope for is a plea deal. Maybe his big-money lawyer gets it knocked down to aggravated manslaughter.


Its more than clear that it was self defense in all 3 Cases with this young man, all the video is there, the people attacking him with weapons , a skateboard and a guy attempting to pin him down with a glock in his hand its all there

It was a mob, they tried to beat someone down who was armed, and they got what they deserved

I wish I could say it was that clear, but I’m not convinced. More details need to come out here. It’s not easy to say given the chaos and fluidity of the situation. Still too many questions. It’s too easy to paint with a broad brush here. Were all of those people an angry mob of criminals, or is it a mix of protestors and opportunistic hoodlums? Were all of those people attacking him, or did some come at him because he shot the guy with the plastic bag? From their perspective, it’s not hard to imagine how they saw someone with a rifle opening fire on people, and it certainly isn’t hard to imagine how some would want to try to stop it. So far, this just doesn’t seem black and white to me at all. The DA sure didn’t hesitate to file charges. All in all, it’s a sad situation.

He tried retreating at every opportunity, the 1st guy who was clearly looking for a confrontation, chased him, threw a bag with a brick in it, continued the chase for a few seconds, caught up, tangled and got shot..no sympathy for that guy. Then he was chased down, tripped, was on the ground. A guy who was chasing, tried to smash him with a skateboard..got shot, another guy pulled a handgun, kid got the draw but didn't shoot, they guy with handgun hesitated, then decided he was gonna go for it anyway..got shot. I think the kid should not of been there, but, it is what it is, I think he showed remarkable restraint.

It's too bad the govts involved have left business owner to languish, forced to protect their businesses, via themselves and friends.



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 07:53 PM
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a reply to: vonclod

Good points you make for sure. I hadn’t heard about the brick. I need to look deeper.
Definitely agree about the need for protection for businesses—so many people that are affected by this sort of thing and just want to live their lives.
I do have to wonder about the police response, and I know enough folks in law enforcement to know that it’s not easy by any stretch. They do what they can do, and by and large they do an amazing job at it. It’s really easy to be an armchair QB sitting at home safely, beer in hand. I’m not out there on the front lines of such a volatile, dynamic situation.



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 08:03 PM
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originally posted by: Gandalf77
a reply to: vonclod

Good points you make for sure. I hadn’t heard about the brick. I need to look deeper.
Definitely agree about the need for protection for businesses—so many people that are affected by this sort of thing and just want to live their lives.
I do have to wonder about the police response, and I know enough folks in law enforcement to know that it’s not easy by any stretch. They do what they can do, and by and large they do an amazing job at it. It’s really easy to be an armchair QB sitting at home safely, beer in hand. I’m not out there on the front lines of such a volatile, dynamic situation.

The police are damned if they do, damned if they don't.



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 08:54 PM
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A video has surfaced of Kyle Rittenhouse. Two girls got into an altercation. He jumped in and started punching the girl. After people saw him punching the girl, they then beat him up. Apparently it was uploaded by people who know him and were there.
There are two videos.
part 1

part 2



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 09:28 PM
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a reply to: frogs453



Is this supposed to mean something yet Floyds armed home invasion means nothing and Blake raping a woman moments before being shot means nothing.



posted on Aug, 29 2020 @ 09:59 PM
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a reply to: frogs453

What does that have to do with anything? Kyles done some bad things? Oh noes!!!!!!
The night of the shooting he was defending himself. We’re not fighting for kyles rights. We’re fighting for our own.
Now keep your eye on the ball



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 01:48 AM
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What, may I ask, in the holy Hades does that have to do with the present case?

Do you even know what "rules of evidence" are? Even if some mentally deficit prosecutor tried to mention that, it would be thrown out as immaterial. We don't convict people for being bad people in the USA... we convict people for committing specific crimes.

This is not Myanmar. Are you lost? Need a map?

TheRedneck



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 02:33 AM
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a reply to: frogs453

Wrong, assuming the story you give is correct he likely defended one of his teammates (a female) against a domestic terrorist (also a female)

Nothing to see here. You want to get violent you'll get violence in return.

Antifas need a good ass whipping



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 03:59 AM
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Ea reply to: vonclod

Except I just proved that my predictions DID come true so not exactly sure what your point is. If its really the left thats the cause of this, how did I know this would happen ahead of time?



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 06:19 AM
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originally posted by: muzzleflash

originally posted by: JBurns
a reply to: muzzleflash

Agree!!!

All guns laws constitute infringement

Thankfully powerful lasers, flame throwers, rail guns, etc are totally unregulated. All easy to build


I will never forget what happened at Waco or WHY.

It's was all about suppressing the 2nd Amendment.

Sure Koresh was crazy but so is literally every other human.

None of those people deserved that and our government committed evil tyranny against the people.

The MSM at the time was used to downplay the tyranny and upplay the religious prejudice against the Davidians. Straight propaganda.


I will never forget either. The Texas State Trooper helicopter infrared footage of people behind the Davidian complex being slaughtered as they tried to leave the fire is what sticks out for me. and NADA was done about it. SICK!



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 06:24 AM
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originally posted by: Ththema

originally posted by: Zimnydran
In case no one was born yet and are completely unaware of the George Zimmerman case in FL.
Allow me to inform you of a few things you will not like very much

Then, as now....a bunch of people were led to believe that their feelings are what mattered, not the law.
They were intentionally mislead by various black leaders who knew exactly what the law was. But were never going to be straight about it and tell people... it is, what it is.

You must, believe...... not be in danger....... believe you are in danger
The burden that his lawyer will have... is to convince 1 member of the jury that the young man genuinely believed his life was in danger.

He might get in some trouble for having the firearm..... but even that is iffy and there may already be a precedent set and he gets a $50 fine.

Just as there were a whole lot of people really angry about George Zimmerman being found not guilty.....
You would be better served to prepare yourself for the inevitable.

The DA hoped he could charge 1st degree and the kid would get some run of the mill, court appointed lawyer who would convince the kid to take a plea bargain.... manslaughter

Instead the kid got his very own Johnny Cochrain...... taking the case probono
He has over $100,000 in donations, that he will not have to spend on a lawyer. (new glock on his birthday???).

Some of you setting yourselves up to be disappointed and no matter how straight people are with you.... you aint hearing it.... you know, you are the smartest one on ATS, all do not agree with you are mere fools in the presence of genius.

Look at the George Zimmerman case..... think it through and the likely outcome lay before your eyes



Just stop killing people.

You can't kill people whether you love Trump or not. Just stop doing it and everything will be fine.

Not #ing hard.


So when the cop is about to be killed himself he should just die?

Do you not grasp violent offenders don''t want to go to jail or is that lost on you.

ONLY and Idiot or a Damn Communist insurgent wouldn't want the cop to live for protecting the public from violent f'n criminals.

Tell me you are NOT and idiot or Communist. It will be real hard to believe at this point in your development.



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 06:35 AM
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Not self defense when they rush you and to take your gun?

I think you need lessons in self defense now!


originally posted by: Gandalf77
Personally, I'd like to see more details emerge here.
On the one hand, I completely understand the need and right to defend yourself/property/business from violence, looting, etc. I support the 1st and 2nd amendments (and the rest of the BOR). On the other hand, I don't support vigilantism.

This was such a fluid, chaotic situation, and key aspects of it remain murky.

From what's emerged so far, it's difficult to say this was self defense. Certainly that's what they're going to argue. Kid with an AR vs. protestors w/a plastic bag and a skateboard. Who's going to feel more threatened?

The gun charge amounts to a misdemeanor--peanuts and popcorn compared to the felony homicide and attempted homicide charges. Unless it becomes clear that he feared his life was in imminent danger, and that's going to be a difficult case to make, the best he can hope for is a plea deal. Maybe his big-money lawyer gets it knocked down to aggravated manslaughter.

Just my opinion, but this kid was in way over his head and seems to be lacking discipline, training, and judgement--regardless of how well intentioned he thinks his presence was. The loss of life seems pretty senseless to me.




posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 06:37 AM
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You wouldn't lie would you,, Well you apparently just did. Go figure a Commie lib lying. All they know are lies.

originally posted by: Ththema

originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Ththema


Just stop killing people.

Gladly. Just as soon as you stop attacking people, burning down cities, looting, and destroying neighborhoods.

Until then, best have that insurance paid up... lead poisoning might become epidemic.

TheRedneck


Quite a large body count by now, of folks who didn't attack anyone, burn any cities down, loot, or destroy neighborhoods.

In fact none of the folks killed by violent right-wing extremists such as yourself in the last year have done any of that.

What we ACTUALLY have is endemic right wing violence. The very individuals that need to be targeted and prosecuted by law enforcement.

And hopefully, by God's good grace, locked up forever.

edit on 30-8-2020 by Justoneman because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 06:42 AM
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originally posted by: HighasAkite
Ea reply to: vonclod

Except I just proved that my predictions DID come true so not exactly sure what your point is. If its really the left thats the cause of this, how did I know this would happen ahead of time?

Good Question.
The Answer is good too!

Because the Left uses it in the only playbook they seem to know.



posted on Aug, 30 2020 @ 10:21 AM
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Found the clip where Kyle is running to put out the dumpster being pushed by Rosenbaum that is on fire.




posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 05:52 PM
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originally posted by: Justoneman
Good Question.
The Answer is good too!

Because the Left uses it in the only playbook they seem to know.


The playbook Trump is using is 70 years old

en.wikipedia.org...


Prophets of Deceit (A Study of the Techniques of the American Agitator) is a 1949 book co-written by the German sociologist Leo Löwenthal and the Polish-Jewish scholar Norbert Guterman.

The authors demonstrate repetitive patterns commonly utilized, such as turning unfocused social discontent towards a targeted enemy. The agitator positions himself as a unifying presence: he is the ideal, the only leader capable of freeing his audience from the perceived enemy. Yet, as the authors demonstrate, he is a shallow person who creates social or racial disharmony, thereby reinforcing that his leadership is needed. The authors believed fascist tendencies in America were at an early stage in the 1940s, but warned a time might come when Americans could and would be "susceptible to ... [the] psychological manipulation" of a rabble rouser.

"Social Malaise", the second chapter, examines how social malaise or discontent can be manipulated by converting perceived problems into grievances. The response to economic grievances is to say that "too much help is being extended to foreign nations”, that not only are "foreigners taking our money, they also threaten our jobs". Political grievances are addressed by the call to action against international "commitments by the United States government [that] jeopardize political liberties." Media outlets are the source of cultural grievances, and labeled "the enemies of the nation", while other enemies are depicted as morally lax, "a crowd of Marxists, refugees, [and] left-wing internationalists."

The outer world is painted as hostile and filled with enemies in the third chapter ("A Hostile World"). The agitator positions himself as "a bone fide advocate of social change", but in doing so intentionally ”crystallizes and hardens these feelings” of hostility. The remedy is his supposed superior knowledge, which he offers as a shield. He convinces his audience that it needs his guidance because they are victims, cheated by a "comprehensive and carefully planned political conspiracy". He offers himself "a champion of democracy and Christianity", and as the only person who will solve grievances.

Followers are provided neither with hope nor positive ideas for change; agitation is historically distinguished by a complete lack of positive change. Chapter VIII ("The Follower") explains that adherents are made to believe the enemy will only be vanquished through means of a movement and by following the leader's dictates. External forces said to threaten American society are emphasized. The size of the movement is quantified, with claims that it consists "75% of the American people". In Chapter IX ("The Leader") he positions himself as someone with special skills, whose interests support theirs, someone who is "one of the plain folk ... yet far above them." Unlike Hitler or Mussolini, who broke with society and abandoned democratic, Chapter X ("Self-Portrait of the Agitator") shows how the American agitator "dares not repudiate established morality and democratic values". Yet the themes, as exposed in the book, do "not prevent him from conveying the principal social tenets of totalitarianism."

In the closing chapter ("What the Listener Heard"), the authors discuss the listener's reactions. They view them as generally drawn to the idea of success, while against "bureaucrats, Jews, congressmen, plutocrats, communists ... He grumbles against the foreigners who come to this country and get good jobs." They warn, however, that under certain circumstances, such as loss of security for the middle class, America should contemplate the "possibility in which a situation will arise in which large numbers of people would be susceptible to his psychological manipulation".

An agitator presents himself as an advocate for social change with the purpose of defeating the underlying causes of discontent, builds a movement and proclaims himself its leader; he is "in fact, full of reactionary cliches about 'the good old days' and the 'simple American Way which our ancestors loved'." Yet the agitator fails to analyze causes of discontent, but "seems to require only the willingness to relinquish inhibition ... No resentment is too small for the agitator's attention."

Löwenthal and Guterman theorize that right-wing agitation increases social dissatisfaction, while simultaneously hampering rational responses to it. Much of the basis of pro-fascist and antisemitic propaganda appears to be irrational in substance, yet Löwenthal's research revealed that it was planned and calculated to achieve a specific response. Paul Apostolidos writes that Prophets in Deceit "precisely catalogues the techniques used by the agitator to promote irrationalism in his audience." Pro-fascist sentiment in America in the 1940s was not spontaneous, more grounded on long held beliefs, which Löwenthal labeled social malaise.

The authors explain the methods the Christian right use to capitalize on advantage of widespread social malaise. They sow "the suspicion that mysterious social powers are penetrating a 'hoax' on the majority of the people and depriving them of society's fruits". These suspicions create a widespread feeling of helplessness, disillusionment, and fear of disaster. According to Löwenthal and Guterman, the social discontent is real, it "reflects the stresses imposed on the individual by the profound transformations taking place in our economic and social structure – the replacement of the class of small independent producers by gigantic industrial bureaucracies, the decay of the patriarchal family, the breakdown of primary personal ties between individuals in an increasingly mechanized world … the substitution of mass culture for traditional patterns." A political agitator will manipulate existing social discontent, distortion the underlying causes, with in turn results in irrational responses and actions. The agitator will trick and mislead his audience, then through "the guise of protest against the oppressive situation, the agitator binds the audience to it .... The agitator does not create the malaise, but he aggravates and fixates it because he bars the path to overcoming it." Christian right agitation is sophisticated trickery, which cannot and will not provide solutions to the public, but will only cause a "despairing obsession with its own suffering."

Often the message is contradictory and nonsensical, yet based on psychological manipulation. To the majority he "may sound crazy, but he knows, with a knowledge that is largely intuitive, precisely what he is doing." He kindles fury and fear in his audience, yet keeps them in check, reminding them that they "are still weak and can free themselves from the enemy's tyranny only be submitting unconditionally to his leadership." Löwenthal and Guterman demonstrate Adorno's belief that the greatest danger to American democracy is manipulation of mass culture: radio, television, and film. The authors feared a time when an American audience could be manipulated via similar techniques and psychological means.



posted on Sep, 1 2020 @ 01:42 AM
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originally posted by: HighasAkite
Ea reply to: vonclod

Except I just proved that my predictions DID come true so not exactly sure what your point is. If its really the left thats the cause of this, how did I know this would happen ahead of time?


Because you know what they deserve.



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