In Madison, Wisconsin, black anarchists are “done being peaceful.” That slogan sounds a lot like the one being thrown around by the extreme far-right these days. White anarchists have adopted the inverse phrase “I became unreasonable.” It looks suspiciously like someone is professionally marketing Helter Skelter to the masses.
Isn’t ‘done being peaceful’ also ‘unreasonable?’
Someone is pushing both extremes of the political spectrum into conflict. One that’s strangely reminiscent of the feared “Helter Skelter” race war which never quite developed in the late 1960’s but still caused a lot of chaos. A pair of matching slogans are circulating through the mobs and extremist chat rooms. Each of them would earn the slogan writer a bonus if it was for a product like Coca-Cola, because it’s destined to be a smash of an ad campaign. Blacks are no longer going to be peaceful, while whites are now deciding to be unreasonable. Right on cue. Operators are standing by, so have your credit card handy.
George Soros is grinning from ear to ear at the way today’s modern racism can be conveniently packaged in chocolate and vanilla flavors to make it easier to swallow. The chocolate racist slogan is “we are done being peaceful.” If you prefer vanilla, you probably would identify better with the phrase “I became unreasonable.” Blacks have been docile and whites have been tolerant for far too long, open societies progressives have decided.
If you’re going to have conflict, you need something to fight over. As reported by investigative reporter, Daniel Greenfield, The “Free Yeshua” riots started when the police arrested Devonere Armani Johnson. Also known as Yeshua Musa. Whites in the area consider him a mentally unstable convicted criminal and extortionist. Blacks see him as a respected peaceful community organizer. “My name is Joshua Musa, and I am f-ing disturbing the s#!t out of this restaurant. I got a f-ing bat.”
An activist for racial justice
Johnson is well known in the community as a Black Lives Matter organizer and activist for racial justice. Typically he visits local merchants with a peaceful suggestion to equalize the racial inequality. “Give me money or we’ll break windows.” All too often, the local police stand aside and watch, effectively endorsing his actions. When the feds took him off the streets, it sparked riots.
After Johnson followed “an older white man into Cooper’s Tavern” while calling him a racist through a bullhorn, and telling other patrons “Jesus was not a white man,” the elderly victim called the police, expecting law, order, and justice to arrive shortly. Just before that, Johnson had “threatened a mother of four praying the Rosary on the Capitol Square.” Her children were with her when peaceful Mr. Johnson opined she was “a fat b!+ch” and warning “don’t think your God’s going to save you.”
Police arrived, he resisted, but not for long and screamed “I can’t breathe” as they hauled him away in cuffs. Instead of letting him back on the street in hours, nobody was expecting federal charges. Now Black Lives Matter is screaming “Free Yeshua,” and waving “Free Yeshua” signs. That’s not all. The mob is making it clear, “This is not a peaceful protest, so if you came out here for a peaceful protest, you missed it.” Then the trademarked slogan, “We’re done being peaceful. Now we demanding justice.”
Justice means toppling statues
To Black Lives Matter anarchists, justice includes “toppling the progressive statue of Lady Forward and a Union veteran.” Suddenly, all statues are forbidden, even liberal ones. The mob also didn’t hesitate to violently assault State Senator Tim Carpenter. LGBQT types without an identifying rainbow flag are just as much a target to BLM as any other white folks. During the peaceful protest Carpenter came down to support, he was “punched and kicked in the head, neck and ribs and left with a concussion.”
The federal government is no longer turning a blind eye to racially oriented peaceful extortion. They charged Johnson with “blackmailing businesses into giving him free food, drinks, and money.” In a separate incident from the one he was arrested for, Johnson “barged into a restaurant with a boom-box and when the owner told him that he had already given to Black Lives Matter the social justice warrior told him that wasn’t good enough. ‘Give me money or we’ll break windows.'” He likewise terrorized a local bar warning, “you don’t want 600 people to come here and destroy your business and burn it down.” He did this regularly and got away with it, even using a Venmo account to accept extortion payments.
Johnson felt like he was protected by someone above the local police. He told the shopkeepers he extorted that calling the police would be a waste of time. “You notice that when you call them, nothing happens to us?” He’s right. He’s still walking around after the peaceful shooting of a rival named Low’end Savage. He left the father of a child with the woman Johnson was dating paralyzed from the neck down.” Subsequent convictions for theft and felony theft didn’t slow him down much, but he did change his name to Yeshua Musa.
Police hating peaceful anarchists
The police in Madison, Wisconsin know which side they are on, publicly joining their chief Vic Wahl in taking a knee in peaceful solidarity with police hating anarchists. Chief Wahl can’t wait to schedule a meeting with Johnson in his role of activist. “I am absolutely, fully, on board with meeting with you, meeting with him, to talk about ways we can improve, build trust and move forward,” Wahl told Johnson’s lawyer.
The town’s mayor, Satya Rhodes-Conway, denies that the police were told not to interfere with the Free Yeshua riots but does admit she asked police to expedite the processing of his case to get him back on the street sooner. Nobody was expecting the federal government to step in and actually prosecute the anarchist for his crimes. He’s looking at up to 20 peaceful years in prison.
Over on the extreme right side of the political spectrum, the Boogaloo boys have been misbehaving. Until they actually started to kill people, they were allowed to run around loose and do whatever they wanted, almost as if the Deep State was grooming them for an operation. Coincidentally, the group managed to pull off a few chaos producing peaceful activities. Steven Carillo and Robert Alvin Justus Jr. shot federal Protective Service officer David Patrick Underwood in Oakland, California.
A few days later, as police tried to arrest Carillo, he was “lying in wait” for the officers. When police arrived, the active duty Air Force sergeant “opened fire and lobbed pipe bombs before stealing one vehicle and attempting to carjack several others.” he also used the blood of Deputy Sergeant Damon Gutzwiller to smear “I became unreasonable” across the hood of the deputy’s cruiser. Apparently, the New World Order has decided to make Marvin Heemeyer and his famous declaration a peaceful symbol of far right outrage. Heemeyer bulldozed 13 buildings in Granby, Colorado, on June 4, 2004, “in retaliation for a zoning dispute.”