Why is the mainstream media calling for even MORE violence in the streets? Because the Left profits from it
08/31/2017 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
Why is the mainstream media calling for even MORE violence in the streets? Because the Left profits from it

As everyday Americans watch manufactured race chaos unfold all around them in the aftermath of the infamous Charlottesville false flag event, the mainstream media is busy not condemning such violence as it should, but actually pushing for more of it.

A recent op-ed published in The Washington Post actually calls on protesters to rise up and start “throwing rocks” in order to achieve their agenda, a euphemistic way of instructing radicals to basically provoke more violence.

Written by N.D.B. Collins, an associate professor at Johns Hopkins University, the op-ed tries to make the case that verbal affirmations of inclusiveness, tolerance, and “free speech” aren’t enough because they aren’t working. In order for radicals to ever see their destabilizing agenda materialize, they’re going to have to escalate the situation, Collins argues.

“[I]n April 1968, amid a flurry of other ‘rocks,’ riots shook American cities following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.,” Collins writes, proceeding to make a jab at President Trump for daring to talk about racial unity in non-racial terms.

“It took that rolling unrest, not the promise of further economic growth, to spur President Lyndon Johnson and Congress to action. Within a week they had passed the Fair Housing Act.”

WaPo gives Collins platform to call for uprising against President Trump

That The Post would publish this call for seditious violence against people with variant viewpoints is chilling, and shows just how low this once-great media outlet has sunk. And worse is the fact that Collins is encouraging such violence not only against supporters of our President, but also the President himself.


To Collins, the Charlottesville false flag is no different than the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. And because of this, it’s somehow now warranted that people who don’t like President Trump are free to rise up and cause trouble (which in turn generates more money for radical groups like the Southern Law Poverty Center, which has raised millions on the back of the Charlottesville incident).

“Segregationists have again assumed their pedestals in the Justice Department, the White House and many other American temples,” he writes. “Paper alone won’t drive them out. Start throwing rocks.”

Like so many social justice warrior liberals today, Collins is openly advocating for racism against whites to supposedly fight racism against blacks. And this individual believes that violence is the key to getting the ball rolling.

Besides the dire implications of this for civil society, this call to arms further shows that The Post is no different than Collins, spreading openly racist and treasonous rhetoric that’s fueling the fires of civil unrest. This technically makes The Post a domestic terrorism organization as well.

It seems that the left’s hatred for President Trump has gotten so extreme that the lunatics in charge of leftist media outlets like The Post are actively trying to start a civil race war. Back when the United States was still governed by patriots, this type of thing would have been prosecuted. But today, it’s par for the course in identity politics.

No matter how you look at it, the mainstream media shoulders much of the blame for taking the country back decades as far as race relations is concerned. The general public doesn’t have to accept its deceitful narrative, of course. But unfortunately many have, and the fuse appears to have already been lit.

“If I were to pick one culprit for this mess, it would be the mainstream media,” writes Daniel Lang in an article published at ZeroHedge.com about the lunacy of The Post publishing this type of thing.

“They’re the ones who have, for the most part, stood behind leftist ideologues for decades, and allowed them to bury public discourse under a wave of identity politics. They are at the very least, partly to blame. They’ve helped stoke divisions in this country that were once faint, or in the process of healing.”

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