NYPD Sergeants Post Video Showing Officer’s Beating in the Bronx
Written by Warren Mass
The Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA — a trade union in New York City that represents Sergeants in the NYPD) posted a video on Twitter on the night of June 1 showing a group of people beating a police officer in the Bronx.
“NYPD Cop attacked in the Bronx. I guess the critics will now say he overreacted. NYPD Cops defend yourselves, you are alone!” the SBA wrote alongside the footage on Twitter.
As was noted in an article posted by The New American recently:
Violent protests, looting, and rioting have been taking place in cities throughout the country for days following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police, as mounting evidence continues to indicate that these so-called protests are not organically grown, but are being orchestrated by dangerous and well-funded groups such as Antifa and Black Lives Matter.
The case used to justify the rioting has drawn nationwide attention, Floyd died after Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin held his knee on Floyd’s neck while he complained that he wasn’t able to breathe. Chauvin was fired last week and charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. It is very likely that the courts in Minneapolis will deliver justice in this case, so it is difficult to understand what protestors in other parts of the country hope to accomplish.
However, the longer the protests continue and the more they keep morphing into violent riots, it is apparent that their purpose is not to bring Chauvin to justice, but to a state of anarchy that might be used as justification to inflict police-state-like conditions on cities. This phenomenon has been described as “Pressure From Above and Below.” (Read “Socialist Strategy Against America: Pressure From Above and Below.”)
The author of that 2018 article, John F. McManus (president emeritus of The John Birch Society), cited Czech communist strategist Jan Kozak, who provided details about the strategy used to bring a totalitarian socialist state to Czechoslovakia in a report entitled “How Parliament Can Play a Revolutionary Part in the Transition to Socialism.”
Much of what Kozak described is evident in what is happening in our country right now.
Is the Kozak plan being used to destroy the United States? One hardly needs to ask the question. Recent history has seen mobs in the streets protesting use of force by police. State legislature buildings have been invaded by angry mobs that want more government programs. Demonstrations leading to rioting and property damage have become common. All such activity should be classified as pressure from below.
But this activity in the streets is financed from above by the likes of Hungarian immigrant billionaire George Soros, and by left-leaning labor groups and foundations. The group known as Antifa (supposedly anti-fascist) arose virtually overnight to create a protest at the Trump inauguration.
President Trump recently tweeted: “The United States of America will be designating ANTIFA as a terrorist organization.”
Which it is, though that label, too, is troubling because it opens the spigot for a flood of federal warrantless surveillance on Americans.
Courtesy of The New American