Deeper Criminalisation of Protesters, the Poor, Society! Obama Unveils Plan to Further Nationalize Local Police

Obama Unveils Plan to Further Nationalize Local Police

Street Democracy writes: 
We have every right to express a deeply embittered out cry towards social injustice!
We have a right to show legitimate rage towards overtly hostile policing. 
Be angry at the ‘fierce venting’ enforced policies enshrined to law disempowering us regardless of our guilt or innocence.

We see the dark and eerie drill. 

Crowds ‘appear’ hostile by volume of people, however, that doesn’t make them violent, just peace loving people demanding their voice be heard.
But police feel justified to wear ‘riot gear’ as precautionary measures, meaning they’re dressed for war giving a psychological impression of conflict.
We know plain clothes controlled provocateurs destabilise crowds and the police only too willing to make arrests.
Staged rioters blacken peaceful protesting right across the spectrum in each nation.

Interestingly mainstream news highlight’s hostility, angry crowds and only emphasising looting, smashed windows and mindless violence giving impression protesters are barbaric mob of imbeciles.

We have a ‘punishing State’ gaining power by ‘hideous moral horrors’ formatting policies with intolerable thirst to create destabilising societal techniques.
It successfully gives false impressions. 
It ‘creates’ conflict between the public and authority.
Orchestrated by oligarchs fearing public awareness of a corrupt system in general and rebel. Their concerns justify heavy weight policing to purposely make unruliness.
Oligarchs are paranoid and have one agenda, Agenda 21, an Orwellian Draconian State prepared for us. 

We must not be ‘herded like cattle’ to go into the crippling avenues of control staged and waiting for us to enter. 
It is nothing more than ‘evil in print civil war mongering tactics’ with an art to demonise protesters, criminalise any critical thought.  Be mindful of these volatile tactics that work every time.

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.
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Obama Unveils Plan to Further Nationalize Local Police

newSaturday 2nd May 2015 at 10:07 By David Icke

‘The Obama administration and its “Task Force on 21st Century Policing” are under fire after unveiling an unconstitutional plot to impose federal “standards” on state and local police forces, which critics say is in effect an underhanded plan to further nationalize and federalize law enforcement.
Widely lambasted as “Common Core” for police, the Obama plan outlines dozens of controversial “recommendations” to be foisted on state and local law-enforcement agencies using federal tax dollars as bribes — the same unconstitutional process used to impose the hugely unpopular national “Common Core” standards on states and schools nationwide. Opponents say it is part of a dangerous long-term plan that must be opposed.’
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Will Social Unrest Lead to a National Police Force? Baltimore Mayor Tied to Obama’s plans to Nationalize Police

newSaturday 2nd May 2015 at 10:00 By David Icke

‘Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the same mayor who admitted in a press conference that she gave rioters room to destroy the city, is one of President Obama’s appointed mayors on his Task Force on 21st Century Policing — a task force put together after the Ferguson riots to look at nationalizing police policies.
“The federal government can be a strong partner in our efforts in build better relationships between the police and community,” she said in written testimony before the task force.
It’s a topic I’ve covered numerous times over the years; from small local police forces being given military battlefield equipment, to the Department of Homeland Security using Terrorism Grants to take over local police forces, this country’s police departments are being targeted for takeover.’
Read more: Will Social Unrest Lead to a National Police Force? Baltimore Mayor Tied to Obama’s plans to Nationalize Police

Chemical-free Beauty Secrets: African Black Soap

 
 Dudu-Osun, an original Nigerian-made soap
 
 

Black soap is a prized health and beauty product that you’ve probably never heard of. It has long been used for problem skin and has incredible clearing and healing properties, which this writer can personally attest to. It cleans, moisturies and nourishes skin and has been shown to reduce any skin conditions the user might have such as eczema, stretch marks, scars and wounds that are currently healing, skin allergies, dermatitis, fungal infections, wrinkles, blemishes and extremely dry and flaky skin.



 Generally composed from Raw Shea Butter, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Cocoa Pod and Palm Tree Oil, it can provide plenty of nutrients, minerals,proteins and anti-oxidants that the skin needs to help repair and restore itself to its natural vitality. It’s chemical free and made only from 100% organic and pure ingredients, providing a light and fresh all-natural scent that gently cleanses without irritating sensitive skin conditions.



Instead of slathering harsh chemicals onto your delicate skin it would be wise to start using healthy organic products like this that are genuinely good for you.

When purchasing Black soap, make sure it’s from West Africa and not made in the US or Europe. Soaps from these countries are mass produced and often contain artifical ingredients that deviate from the traditional recipes.

Chemical-free Beauty Secrets: African Black Soap

 
Dudu-Osun, an original Nigerian-made soap
Black soap is a prized health and beauty product that you’ve probably never heard of. It has long been used for problem skin and has incredible clearing and healing properties, which this writer can personally attest to. It cleans, moisturies and nourishes skin and has been shown to reduce any skin conditions the user might have such as eczema, stretch marks, scars and wounds that are currently healing, skin allergies, dermatitis, fungal infections, wrinkles, blemishes and extremely dry and flaky skin.


 Generally composed from Raw Shea Butter, Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, Cocoa Pod and Palm Tree Oil, it can provide plenty of nutrients, minerals,proteins and anti-oxidants that the skin needs to help repair and restore itself to its natural vitality. It’s chemical free and made only from 100% organic and pure ingredients, providing a light and fresh all-natural scent that gently cleanses without irritating sensitive skin conditions.


Instead of slathering harsh chemicals onto your delicate skin it would be wise to start using healthy organic products like this that are genuinely good for you.

When purchasing Black soap, make sure it’s from West Africa and not made in the US or Europe. Soaps from these countries are mass produced and often contain artifical ingredients that deviate from the traditional recipes.

Shea Butter: The empowering chemical-free skin healer

For centuries Shea Butter has been used throughout Africa as a way to keep skin moisturised,  nourished and healthy. It contains vitamins, minerals and proteins that the skin needs to restore its natural elasticity, it’s anti-flammatory and has been shown to help with skin conditions such as eczema, stretch marks, scars and wounds that are currently healing, skin allergies, dermatitis, fungal infections, wrinkles, blemishes and extremely dry and flaky skin.

 
Unrefined shea butter comes from nuts of the Shea tree
Shea Butter is one of the world’s most sustainable natural resoures, growing naturally in Central and West Africa. The trees do not need irrigation, pesticides or fertilizer meaning it’s safe for use on delicate areas of the skin without costing the Earth.
It’s mostly women who make Shea Butter
Harvesting the Shea trees is traditionally seen as a job for women and is immensely physically demanding, requiring women to walk in the blistering heat with large loads on their heads for as much as 10 miles or more every day, all the while being cautious of poisonous snakes that lurk within the tall grass.
They are mostly rural women who have little to no formal education and are therefore excluded from many jobs. Buying unrefined shea butter directly from the villages lessens the gender income inequality and helps improve the quality of life within the community. Make sure to avoid buying Shea butter that isn’t fairly traded, as these women will earn only a fraction of the price despite all their hard work.