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A sad Anniversary this weekend. LA Riots 25 years ago, April 29th 1992.

It’s a sad reminder this weekend 1992 Los Angeles riots and not much has changed unfortunately. Last night I watched THE LOST TAPES LA Riots . I hated watching it, I have such bad memories of it. Nothing I’m sure compared to the people that were actually down there. I had been driving a bus for about two or three years at the time and if I remember right we were the only company that drove down there. It was the only time I carried in my 17 year career of driving city buses. I remember driving down Spring street in L.A. and seeing looters pulling up the the steel bars of a liquor store and looting it. I remember some started looking at me and I thought if they come after me I’m shooting. I had just watched the night before the Reginald Denny beating. Attack on Reginald Denny  .

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Reginald Denny (didn’t) “Step On the Gas”

A rare interview with Reginald Denny

“Twenty-five years after Reginald Denny was dragged out of his big rig and viciously beaten on live TV during the L.A. riots, the former trucker apparently wants nothing to do with the anniversary of the violence.” More here. Where Is Reginald Denny? Trucker Who Became Key Figure in L.A. Riots Nowhere to Be Found

L.A. Riots Attacker Tells Shocking Story 20 Years Later

Sadly after 8 years of the first African American president things have only gotten worse. In my opinion he did nothing but add to the problem and did more harm than good. In the last years of his presidency even some in the black community were angry calling him out on it. But I digress, that’s my opinion.

They say “Those Who Do Not Learn History Are Doomed To Repeat It.”  No doubt we’ve been seeing it repeated throughout the country the last few years. And some say they’re about to happen again. “Twenty-five years after dozens of people died in the Los Angeles riots, nearly 60% of residents there believe more unrest is likely soon.

The six days of riots marked a low in race relations for Southern California after the white officers on trial for the beating of black driver Rodney King were acquitted.

Surveys taken in the years since have seen a recovery in residents’ belief that different races can get along, though this year’s poll shows Angelenos believe the events of 1992 will repeat.”  Read more here. Majority of L.A. residents believe riots like 1992 likely soon, study finds

There will be some TV shows this weekend showing some specials on the Riots. A great article and rundown of the shows.  “To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the riot or uprising or “incident” that torched Los Angeles in the wake of the 1992 Rodney King trial, National Geographic, A&E, Netflix, Showtime, ABC and the Smithsonian Channel have all produced films on the subject, and I recommend that you watch more than one, though it will be painful. Actually, do it because it will be painful. Seriously. Each of them has its own methodology for contending with the “why.” All of them together make it clear that what we need to be asking now is, “What will it take for human beings to wake the hell up and start actually learning from our own history?”  More here. Under Color of Authority: TV Takes on the 1992 L.A. Riots, 25 Years Later

The Lost Tapes: LA Riots (Full Episode)

If you wish to understand the present, study the past … L.A. Riots – 1992

“In a new documentary, previously unseen footage collected by the Los Angeles Police Department reveals how the narrative of the riots has changed in 25 years.” More here. What Was Lost in the Fires of the L.A. Riots

“Twenty-five years ago this week, four Los Angeles policemen — three of them white — were acquitted of the savage beating of Rodney King, an African-American man. Caught on camera by a bystander, graphic video of the attack was broadcast into homes across the nation and worldwide.” More here. When LA Erupted In Anger: A Look Back At The Rodney King Riots

“This weekend marks 100 days of the Trump administration. This milestone also coincides with a very important anniversary. Twenty-five years ago, April 29, 1992, riots exploded in Los Angeles after four policemen were acquitted after being charged with the violent beating of Rodney King, caught on video for the entire nation to see.

According to The Los Angeles Times, 63 lives were lost in the riots, with the estimated total economic cost pegged at $1 billion, with $735 million in property damage and 1,550 buildings destroyed or damaged.

But this is more than a fact of national history for me. It is personal history. I was there.” More here. Lessons Unlearned From the ’92 LA Riots 

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One thing I really don’t understand is why the black community terns on it’s own and goes after blacks who have “Made it” done well accomplished a lot and call them “Uncle Toms” like Star Parker, Ben Carson, Condoleezza Rice, Clarence Thomas, I can remember them going after Colin Powell at least up until he started going after Republicans, then it seemed to be none existent.

Pushing 60 now I’d like to think I’m not a racist, I try not to be and I always used to try to give people the benefit of the doubt. But, after time in Army in the seventies seeing the racial divide and how people acted, after 17 years dealing with the public, driving a city bus. Seeing what’s going on in the country now “BLM”, Baltimore , Ferguson to name a few it’s tough. I’ve worked with and known some great black people over my lifetime and come across the very opposite. I’m very sure the same can be said on the other side. There’s bad people in all races no doubt. I do my best not to associate with out right racist in real live and on social media. I ask God to forgive me and ask for His help when I have problems with racism. I guess that’s all any of us can do. It’s a sad situation for sure.

One side of the Riots that doesn’t get much attention I think is what happened in Korea Town. La Riots store owners protect store with guns(Original recording)

L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later – Gun Store Manager David Joo Looks Back | A&E

“The National Guard and Police wouldn’t come to Korea Town. South Central Koreans understand the 2nd Amendment.” We had to bear arms

God bless America and you.

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It’s the law. @Potus , “We THE People” have every right to block Immigrants.

Interesting, a friend e-mailed this to me. Thought I’d share it.
Wouldn’t it be interesting if, at some point during the Presidential

campaign,  one of the candidates asked, “Oh, by the way, has anyone

in Washington DC ever heard of the McCarran-Walter Act Of 1952?
I did not know of this Act until recently, but it has been a law for 
almost 65 years.
Here are the historic facts that would seem to indicate that many, if not
most, of the people we elect to work for us in Washington DC do

not have the slightest idea of what laws already exist in OUR country.

After several terrorist incidents were carried out in the United States,
Donald Trump was severely, criticized for suggesting that the U.S.

should limit or temporarily suspend the immigration of certain ethnic

groups, nationalities, and even people of certain religions (Muslims).
The criticisms condemned such a suggestion as, among other things,
being Un-American, dumb, stupid, reckless, dangerous and racist.
Congressmen and Senators swore that they would never allow such
legislation, and our  President called such a prohibition on immigration

unconstitutional.

As Gomer Pyle would say, “Well, Surprise, Surprise!” It seems that
the selective immigration ban is already law and has been applied on

several occasions.

Known as the McCarran-Walter Act, the Immigration and Nationality
Act of 1952 allows for the “Suspension of entry or imposition of restrictions

by the President, whenever the President finds that the entry of aliens

or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to
the interests of the United States.
The President may, by proclamation, and for such a period as he shall
deem necessary,  suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens

as immigrants or non-immigrants, or impose any restrictions on the

entry of aliens he may deem to be appropriate.”
Who do you suppose last used this process?
Why it was president Jimmy Carter, no less than 37 years ago, in 1979,
to keep Iranians out of the United States.
But he actually did more.   He
made ALL Iranian students, already in
the United States, check in with the government. And then he
deported a bunch of them.
Seven thousand were found in violation of their visas, and a total of
15,000 Iranians were forced to leave the USA in 1979.
So, what say you about all of the criticism that Donald Trump received
from the Democrat Senators, Representatives and the Obama
Administration?
Additionally, it is important to note that the McCarran-Walter Act
also requires that   an
“applicant for immigration must be of good
moral character and in agreement with the principles of our Constitution.”
Therefore, one could surmise that since the Quran forbids Muslims to
swear allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, technically, ALL Muslims

should be refused immigration to OUR country.

The goal of this site is to provide a comprehensive source of information about American legislation pertaining to immigration and immigrants, from the founding of the nation to the present day. Here you will find short summaries, useful links, and the full text of relevant public laws. Click on the name of a piece of legislation in the chronological list below for more information about it. Check it out here. List of Public Laws covered on this site:

Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952

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God bless America and you.

STOP IT! Stop listening to people who tell you Muslim terrorists aren’t real Muslims because “they hijacked the religion”

“There is no such thing as “moderate” Islam. No such thing as “radical” Islam. Islam is Islam. Just because your Muslim neighbor hasn’t tried to kill you yet, doesn’t mean he wouldn’t like to force you into accepting Islam under penalty of death.”

Source: STOP IT! Stop listening to people who tell you Muslim terrorists aren’t real Muslims because “they hijacked the religion”

“Two WHITE Men Set On FIRE By Blacks Near Baltimore … Media Silent”

Never heard or saw this before, though it happened six months ago. If the rolls were reversed though it would still be national news!

H/T to my friend on Google + 1 Frank Terroni for sharing this. Here’s the video he shared. Two Men Doused With Gas And Set On Fire In Baltimore

Here’s the story from “Clash Daily”, “We bet you didn’t hear about this from the mainstream media. The Baltimore Sun even failed to mention that the man who did this was black. Imagine if the roles were reversed, how much outrage there would be.” Read more  WATCH: Two WHITE Men Set On FIRE By Blacks Near Baltimore … Media Silent

Here’s a list of multiple  Youtube video’s with the story and other video’s you probably haven’t seen in the “Lame Stream media”. Check them out, Two WHITE Men Set On FIRE By Blacks Near Baltimore … Media Silent

Pray for America.

 

Obama’s Civil Rights Divisions

Excellent read!
“For the past seven years and counting the Obama administration has been engaged in a silent war on the rights of the American people at the hands of an organized network of fringe leftist lawyers working within the Civil Rights Divisions of the Department of Justice (DOJ) as well as the Department of Education (DOE). These lawyers have been unleashed under the administration to push an ideological agenda that is far outside of the American mainstream all under the banner of protecting civil rights. “

Politically Short

For the past seven years and counting the Obama administration has been engaged in a silent war on the rights of the American people at the hands of an organized network of fringe leftist lawyers working within the Civil Rights Divisions of the Department of Justice (DOJ) as well as the Department of Education (DOE). These lawyers have been unleashed under the administration to push an ideological agenda that is far outside of the American mainstream all under the banner of protecting civil rights. As noted by J. Christian Adams and Hans A. von Spakovsky of PJ Media, if a president wanted to “fundamentally transform” the nation, he would likely start with the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department because the tentacles of that Division reach into virtually every crevice of American life.

For example, Adams and Spakovsky write that “Federal statutes, under the banner of protecting civil rights, reach home…

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