Four Lessons From The Biggest Riots In Decades

Four Lessons From The Biggest Riots In Decades By Simon Black, Sovereign Man If you’re been following the news, you might have seen reports about civil unrest in Chile– the worst in decades. I lived in Chile for more than seven years before moving to Puerto Rico; I still have business interests there, along with hundreds of employees (both foreign and local), many of whom I’ve been speaking to over the last few days. First things first, Chile is ordinarily a quiet, stable, peaceful country. The last time Chile went…

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All Hell Has Broken Loose In Chile: VIDEOS

All Hell Has Broken Loose In Chile: VIDEOS By Dagny Taggart The S has hit the F in Chile. Citizens are protesting economic inequalities in the country. The protests began after the government raised metro prices, which appears to have been the final straw for the people. It sure looks like martial law has been imposed there, in response to civil unrest. This is a developing story. The reasons for the protests are complicated – we are looking into it and will have the details soon, but for now – take…

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Martial Law? Economic Turmoil in Hong Kong Escalates as Colonial-Era Law Is Imposed

Martial Law? Economic Turmoil in Hong Kong Escalates as Colonial-Era Law Is Imposed By Graham Smith Colonial-era law has been imposed in Hong Kong causing the economic situation to degrade further, with empty ATMs and bank runs becoming a new norm. Protesters and non-protesters alike fear the martial law-like ERO (Emergency Regulations Ordinance) could eventually grind the city’s financial activity to an unprecedented halt. Also Read: Protesters Wield Tools of Freedom as Hong Kong Imposes Dictatorship Imposition of Martial Law The ERO imposed as of October 4 is not viewed…

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Martial Law Unfolding In Iraq: 30 Protesters Shot, Internet Blackout, 24-Hour Curfews

Martial Law Unfolding In Iraq: 30 Protesters Shot, Internet Blackout, 24-Hour Curfews By Tyler Durden Now in their third day, mass anti-government protests across Iraq have resulted in 30 dead and over 1000 wounded, amid a brutal police crackdown which has involved unprepared security forces firing live rounds on demonstrators. Several major cities are now under curfew and the government has cut internet access for much of the country. In a signal of just how dire and growing the mayhem is, Iran has now sealed key border crossings with Iraq just ahead…

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Martial Law Masquerading as Law and Order: The Police State’s Language of Force

Martial Law Masquerading as Law and Order: The Police State’s Language of Force By John W. Whitehead “Since when have we Americans been expected to bow submissively to authority and speak with awe and reverence to those who represent us? The constitutional theory is that we the people are the sovereigns, the state and federal officials only our agents. We who have the final word can speak softly or angrily. We can seek to challenge and annoy, as we need not stay docile and quiet.”—Justice William O. Douglas, dissenting, Colten…

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A County In New York Has Completely Banned All Unvaccinated Children From All Public Places

A County In New York Has Completely Banned All Unvaccinated Children From All Public Places By Michael Snyder One county in New York is taking extremely drastic measures in an attempt to force all children to get vaccinated for measles.  Starting on Wednesday, any child that has not received the measles vaccine will be banned from all public places.  That means that they will not be able to go to school, to church or to any store.  In fact, just walking down the sidewalk will be a violation of this…

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UK Plans For Martial Law If Brexit Deal With EU Fails

UK Plans For Martial Law If Brexit Deal With EU Fails By Aaron Kesel The British army has secret martial law plans to put troops on the streets to help with potential chaos if a Brexit deal with the EU fails to materialize, Dailymail.co.uk reported. Plans also include services for Britain’s citizens such as the delivery and stockpiling of medicines to hospitals across the country, according to The Times. Chief of Defense Staff General Nick Carter stated the army would “stand ready to help” in the event of a “No…

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