Tags: false flags & set-ups - ?

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Video: Cop Who Was Fired for Not Writing Enough Tickets Finally Speaks Out

“Someone’s already needing to pay the insurance. It’s a hassle. There’s no need to have a ticket on top of that,” he told local outlet CBS 46, adding that he doesn’t believe it’s a police officer’s job to make people’s lives miserable.

Dash Cam Catches Texas House Exploding Feet From Police Officer (Video)

Van driver laughs as passenger smashes head into windscreen

Cheerleader tumbles awkwardly through open sunroom in dance fail

Real life Barbie who got sugar daddies to pay for £28K transformation

Husky 'cries' into owner's arms after rejection by female dog

WATCH: Pink Floyd Frontman Stops Concert To Explain False Flag Chemical Attack in Syria

Starbucks to close 8,000 US stores for racial-bias training

Starbucks' fraught relationship with race

A Starbucks arrest shows how black Americans are robbed of their power

Black comedian demands complimentary Starbucks coffee as ‘reparations’ following racist boycott row - and the barista happily obliges

This just turned into half of my Starbucks post. I'll do the text part of that later, where I include the nonsense I've encountered there, being a white male. Also, poor. Also, had a black gf but I'm not sure they knew. Also, I had a stuffed panda on top of my car which probably biased them against me. (Check the TAB, btw).
PS -
  I had a dream last night of being back in school in Wisconsin.  But I was dogged by a dangerous big Badger.  It was fluffy and all-white.  This morning, as I walked out with my dog, he tried to chase after a Racoon over yon distant avenue.  Maybe that was what the Badger symbolised.  Or maybe it was the ongoing slaughter of my brain by CFS.  Or, maybe it was this -

Woops! - Charlottesville neo-Nazi organizer unmasked as US marine - What, not a Ferret?!

4/21 - more:
Bodycam footage shows cops did not get out of the car at any point when responding to teenager Kyle Plush's 911 cries for help as he was crushed to death in the back of his SUV

School cop is hailed a hero for running towards Columbine-obsessed gunman, 19, in Florida school and arresting him three minutes after he opened fire, wounding one
crazy /eek - screaming ashtray

Any minute now I'm expecting all hell to break loose

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Talkin' 'bout a Revolution - Tracy Chapman

I think this song is worth keeping alive...

"Internationally, this single was a big hit, reaching the Top 40 in several countries, including France and New Zealand, becoming a classic in Chapman's song repertoire.[2] The song received heavy radio play in Tunisia in 2011 during the Tunisian Revolution.[3][4] The song has also been used as an unofficial theme for Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign. This song played before speeches at campaign rallies.[5]"

Note - It is interesting that both the Arab Spring and the Bernie Sanders fling were influenced by this song. The Madison protests (2011) and the Arab Spring (2011) both fed back into each other, and from that energy eventually came OCCUPY, in the USA, (etc.) Then came BLM and Sanders, neither of which could have gained strength without this question-authority momentum which preceded them.

However, the Arab Spring was seeded by American interests, along long-term strategies of USSR Containment, and the NeoCon/GOP "PNAC" - the Project for a New American Century. It was also facilitated by the CIA, Google, FaceBook and Twitter. Of course, destabilising 7 Arab countries did NOT lead to the hoped-for, and promised, democratisation. Only Tunisia was a success, in this regard. And, Egypt did manage to throw out both Mubarek AND the Muslim Brotherhood, who was backed by this Western strategy of destabilisation, and inserting puppet strong-man regimes. It is also said that Barack Obama had personal connections to the Muslim Brotherhood, but this is not widely acknowledged.

Apparently, the Tracy Chapman song might have been meant to be less of a protest song as a poke in the eye of people who merely TALK about change, but don't really instigate or get involved. Such has been the bane of American history, ever since 1/3 of Americans chose to sit out the American Revolution, (while another 1/3 supported England). This comfortable numbness is easy to adopt, in a culture of people who feel detached from government, yet are daily fed with delightful TV, junk food, political lies, infinite games of internet, and now, adept social programming via propaganda from the Deep Insecurity State.

Similarly, and regarding political lies, in most every (lucrative) war, it has taken some contrived event to shake people out of their complacency, and into demanding a fight. That includes 9/11. This social tardive dyskenesia could be seen as a good thing - or a bad thing. I'll leave that discussion for some other time.

But, when the time comes to move, people will latch on to the music and the marches that seem to fit the movement. Sometimes, the choices are absurdly odd or ironic, but they don't care. And so, whatever the true meaning of Tracy Chapman's song, it was used as a potent tool in movements which were both sincere and also funded by covert agents, such as the CIA, or George Soros. Of course, I prefer to see it as a song of protest. And that's all I have to say for now - I am done talkin' 'bout it, it, it, it.

Wiki - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talkin%27_%27bout_a_Revolution

Lyrics - http://songmeanings.com/songs/view/3530822107858554163/

YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKYWOwWAguk

(See tag for other protest songs).