Posted by: the daily messenger | February 14, 2017

BLACK LIVES MATTER LEADER SAYS WHITE PEOPLE ARE ‘SUB-HUMAN’

[2/13/17]  A Black Lives Matter leader has come under fire after arguing on social media that white people are “sub-human” and suffer from “recessive genetic defects,” and musing about how the race could be wiped out.
In a Facebook post, Black Lives Matter Toronto co-founder Yusra Khogali went on a rant, arguing that black people are the superior race because white people posses “genetic defects” that make them lesser humans, according to the Toronto Sun.

“Whiteness is not humxness, in fact, white skin is sub-humxn,” she wrote. “All phenotypes exist within the black family and white ppl are a genetic defect of blackness.”
She continued explaining her theory, claiming white people are lesser because “[they] have a higher concentration of enzyme inhibitors that suppress melanin production. They are genetically deficient because melanin is present at the inception of life.”
“Melanin enables black skin to capture light and hold it in its memory mode which reveals that blackness converts light into knowledge. Melanin directly communicates with cosmic energy,” she added.
Khogali then proclaimed: “White ppl are recessive genetic defects. This is factual.”
The Black Lives Matter leader then wondered how the white race could be wiped out. According to her, “Black ppl simply through their dominant genes can literally wipe out the white race if we had the power to.”

 https://heatst.com/culture-wars/black-lives-matter-leader-says-white-people-are-sub-human-and-suffer-from-genetic-defects/

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 13, 2017

JFK Assassination (Gunmen Location)

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Authorities ordered the evacuation of several northern California towns Sunday evening as a rapidly eroding section of a dam appeared on the verge of collapse.” data-reactid=”14″ data-type=”text” type=”text”>(Water overflowing the Oroville Dam on California’s Lake Oroville.KCRA) Authorities ordered the evacuation of several northern California towns Sunday evening as a rapidly eroding section of a dam appeared on the verge of collapse.

“Immediate evacuation from the low levels of Oroville and areas downstream is ordered,” the Butte County sheriff’s office posted on Facebook.  
“Operation of the auxiliary spillway has lead to severe erosion that could lead to a failure of the structure. Failure of the auxiliary spillway structure will result in an uncontrolled release of flood waters from Lake Oroville.”
The evacuation warning was “NOT a drill,” the sheriff’s office added.

<div class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" content="Anticipating the failure of the dam's auxiliary spillway, officials in the northern California town frantically attempted to drain water from the main spillway, at a clip of 100,000 cubic feet per second, according to the Sacramento Bee. Helicopters dropped sand and rocks into a sinkhole in the spillway to stem the erosion.” data-reactid=”18″ data-type=”text” type=”text”>Anticipating the failure of the dam’s auxiliary spillway, officials in the northern California town frantically attempted to drain water from the main spillway, at a clip of 100,000 cubic feet per second, according to the Sacramento Bee. Helicopters dropped sand and rocks into a sinkhole in the spillway to stem the erosion.

“It’s uncontrolled. It’s uncontrolled,” Department of Water Resources spokesman Chris Orrock said, when asked how much water could be released should the spillway fail.

<div class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" content="Later Sunday evening, officials said the threat of collapse due to erosion had diminished, according to the Sacramento Bee. Water levels fell to a point at which little or no water flowed out of the emergency spillway, which Orrock said was the main factor in its erosion.” data-reactid=”20″ data-type=”text” type=”text”>Later Sunday evening, officials said the threat of collapse due to erosion had diminished, according to the Sacramento Bee. Water levels fell to a point at which little or no water flowed out of the emergency spillway, which Orrock said was the main factor in its erosion.

An evacuation center was set up in Chico, a nearby town north of Oroville, the sheriff’s office said on Twitter. Traffic heading out of Oroville appeared to slow to a crawl as thousands of residents attempted to flee. Residents of seven towns in neighboring Yuba and Sutter counties were also instructed to evacuate.

<div class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" content="Unexpected erosion this week resulted in a massive sinkhole forming in the dam’s main spillway, a mile-long concrete gutter that controls the flow of excess water. Officials initially shut off the flow of water down the spillway, but heavy rainfall on Saturday caused the dam to overflow for the first time in its 49-year history, according to The Associated Press.” data-reactid=”22″ data-type=”text” type=”text”>Unexpected erosion this week resulted in a massive sinkhole forming in the dam’s main spillway, a mile-long concrete gutter that controls the flow of excess water. Officials initially shut off the flow of water down the spillway, but heavy rainfall on Saturday caused the dam to overflow for the first time in its 49-year history, according to The Associated Press.

The overflow triggered the first-ever use of the dam’s emergency spillway, which itself began showing signs of damage, causing officials to issue the evacuation warnings.
The deterioration was severe and rapid. Just four hours before the evacuation warnings, around midday Sunday, another Department of Water Resources spokesman had said he didn’t anticipate the failure of the spillways. The dam itself is structurally sound, the spokesman had added.

<div class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" content="At 770 feet, Oroville Dam is the tallest dam in the United States. It could take up to $200 million to repair the damaged spillway, according to the Los Angeles Times.” data-reactid=”25″ data-type=”text” type=”text”>At 770 feet, Oroville Dam is the tallest dam in the United States. It could take up to $200 million to repair the damaged spillway, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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Posted by: the daily messenger | February 13, 2017

Oroville Dam Break Growing, But No Evacuations – Yet!

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 13, 2017

Oroville Dam is breaking and collapsing, millions in danger

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLv5VEb636E
Posted by: the daily messenger | February 13, 2017

California’s Tallest Dam Overtopping, Spillway Fails from Sinkhole Damag…

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Iconic retailer Gander Mountain headed for Bankruptcy…160 stores closing

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 13, 2017

Oroville Spillway Failure Flyover and Explanation 10 Feb 2017 THE DROUGHT IS A LIE AND A SCAM, HERE’S PROOF

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 12, 2017

Attacking the white guy…Trump. Netflix goes full racist with TV shows openly calling for racist, murderous acts against white people everywhere…and this is okay? Isn’t this organized hate crime?

  • Feb. 9 – Belk: Belk says it dropped Ivanka Trump from its online shop and most stores, but still offers the brand in its three flagship locations, according to AL.com.
  • Feb. 8 – Nordstrom: President Trump lashes out at Nordstrom for dropping Ivanka Trump’s fashion line, calling the decision “terrible” and unfair to his daughter.
  • Feb. 8 – TJ Maxx: TJ Maxx tells employees to get rid of all Ivanka Trump signage in its stores, according to a report by the New York Times.
  • Feb. 7 – ShopStyle: Online fashion seller ShopStyle says in a statement that it removed Ivanka Trump’s line from its database because of a “decline in demand,” BuzzFeed reported.
  • Feb. 6 – Jet.com: Online retailer Jet appears to drop Ivanka Trump’s products from its website, according to a report from Mic
  • Feb. 6 – Belk: Ivanka Trump items disappear from Belk’s website, according to Racked. The department store said in a statement that it made adjustments to its assortment “as part of our normal course of business operations.”
  • Feb. 5 – Macy’s: Macy’s falls under increased pressure from customers and employees to stop selling Ivanka Trump products.
  • Feb 3. – Neiman Marcus: Ivanka Trump jewelry vanishes from the Neiman Marcus website. The company acknowledges in a statement that it has a “very small” Ivanka Trump consignment business that’s assessed by productivity.
  • Feb. 2 – Nordstrom: Nordstrom confirms that it will stop selling the Ivanka Trump brand, citing poor sales.
  • Feb. 12 Sears and Kmart are discontinuing online sales of 31 Trump Home items. 
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Posted by: the daily messenger | February 12, 2017

Sober driver arrested when deputy crashes into her car indiegogo

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 12, 2017

MISHKA WANTS WAFFLES!!! – Talking Husky Dog

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Ojai sunrise, after the rains…and afternoon

Rise and very much shining
How green is my valley…
After 37 inches of rain in 90 days, pretty green

Mikey likes a green forest to play sneaky kitty in

Of course, the sky is talking and more rain minutes later

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Dollar Faces Death Knell

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Lake Casitas…all the other lakes in the west are full to over flowing, but not ours…they need these coastel lakes dry to sell the drought

Practically empty, even after three straight years of more than 35 inches of rain per year. Local newspaper announces only 18 inches of rain. Friends with rain gauges from here to Santa Clarita report double that number, at least.

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

The JFK Assassination (Evidence 6 CIA hired Gunmen)

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Records building Gunman/ JFK Assassination wow…they had upwards of SIX shooters overall. Especially when you hear the 14 shots on the bike Dictaphone recording. So now the records bldg as well. That makes 6 confirmed shooter sites with photographic evidence. Jack never had a chance. He was not going to get out of Dallas alive.

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

THE ROUND-UPS ARE STARTING IN CALIFORNIA. THIS IS THE TRUTH ABOUT THE IL…

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Satanic Child Sacrifice: Experts Claim Newborns Can Be Killed

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Richland’s $4.1 million police station funded by civil forfeiture

Photo by Steve Wilson
Photo by Steve Wilson
IMPRESSIVE: Richland, Miss.’s $4.1 million police station was paid for entirely by civil forfeiture.

By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog
The Mississippi city of Richland has a new $4.1 million police station, a top-level training center and a fleet of black-and-white Dodge Charger police cars.
All of it was paid for through civil forfeitures of property and cash seized during traffic stops and emptying driver’s pockets and wallets when being cited for moving violations. ALL OF IT.

Photo by Steve Wilson
Photo by Steve Wilson
TEARFULLY DONATED: The sign for Richland’s $4.1 million police station, which was paid for entirely by civil forfeiture. Richland is a small town of 5000, but rakes in some several millions of dollars in CAF, civil asset forfeiture through taking whatever they want from the local citizenry. The town is emptying fast of locals, all trying to leave before their houses are stolen as has happened to so many of their neighbors, on a daily basis.

Civil libertarians question the constitutionality of civil forfeiture, which has become a key part of revenue for state and local law enforcement agencies nationwide. Under the laws of many states, citizens can be deprived of their property or even cash if police merely suspect the owners to be involved in criminal activity.

Mayor Mark Scarborough and police chief WR “Russel” James of Richland — population 4,033 (down from 12000 in 3 years) and located south of Jackson on I-20 in Rankin County — say they’re not only giving city taxpayers a bargain, but they’re also helping do their part to stem the heavy drug trade that travels between Texas and Atlanta on I-20, which eventually trickles down to smaller cities like theirs.
Lee McGrath, legislative counsel for the libertarian Institute for Justice, said the tide is turning on civil forfeiture in the nation.

Both Montana and New Mexico have reformed their civil forfeiture systems, and former Attorney General Eric Holder announced a number of changes in civil forfeiture at the federal level.
“Why legislative efforts (to reform civil forfeiture) in Mississippi and across the nation will ultimately succeed is because forfeiture is contrary to basic American principles,” McGrath said. “In Mississippi and across the United States, the American people believe a person is innocent until proven guilty. And so should his property. Forfeiture is contrary to that.
“The American people believe in a separation of power between the legislative branch and the executive branch. Forfeiture is contrary to that as well. Forfeiture gives law enforcement and other members of the executive branch the sword and the purse. When those two combine, there is a high probability of corruption.”
In Mississippi, the Institute for Justice gives Mississippi a D-plus for its laws on civil forfeiture. The state needs only a preponderance of evidence that the property is related to a crime, a lower standard than the beyond-a-reasonable-doubt standard required for a criminal conviction. McGrath said property owners in Mississippi can be acquitted in a criminal proceeding, but still lose their property since those claims are contested in civil court, where the burden of proof is on the property owner, not the state.
The state also doesn’t require police to collect or report data on forfeiture use or proceeds.
RELATED: New Mexico’s success in reforming its civil forfeiture system

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Photo by Steve Wilson
PAID FOR: Every patrol car in the Richland Police Department fleet was paid for with money from civil forfeitures during what police say were drug seizures. From every single person pulled over from ANY kind of moving violation, a 100% seizure rate, the nations highest.

Since 2006, Richland’s four-officer interdiction team has racked up huge forfeiture numbers. In 2014, the team seized $506,400 in cash and property, helping boost the city’s civil forfeiture account to more than $2.3 million. For those keeping score at home, that’s $72 for every resident of Richland. The city also reported $400,000 in revenue from fines and court costs.
The city shares its part of the interstate and 50 percent of its seizures with the Pelahatchie Police Department, and 10 percent of every seizure goes to the office of the district attorney for Rankin and Madison counties, Michael Guest.
Those numbers are actually down from past years. In 2013, the department seized more than $1.2 million in cash and property.
Two years ago, Richland built a new training center with a target range used by 22 other law enforcement agencies in the area. The new police station, which opened last month, has spacious offices, a courtroom and better security than the old, cramped office across the street.
Richland’s interdiction numbers have been a huge money-maker for the police department, which, Scarborough said, has freed up city funds to invest in other needs, such as parks and a new fire station to replace the one destroyed by a tornado that hit the city last year.
“It’s great to be able to say that we built that building (the police station) and built it not only today, but built it for the future with funds that aren’t taxpayer dollars,” Scarborough said. “That frees us up huge with the rest of the city. Every other department benefits from the drug seizure deal.”
Scarborough started the interdiction program when he entered office in 2005, and it netted immediate results. One of the department’s first busts was $485,000 from a BMW on the back of a flatbed truck. James said the money was hidden in a secret drawer opened by pistons and a code. Another big bust was 40 to 50 gallons of pure methamphetamine oil contained inside a hidden tank in a truck.
“All of that money is being returned to the program and being returned to the city,” James said. “I don’t think you can use the money any better than we have rather than just stacking the money in an account.”
Per capita, Richland outpaces surrounding communities in the Jackson metro area. The city of Clinton, on Interstate 20 west of Jackson in neighboring Hinds County, declared only $10,000 in seized assets on the balance sheet of the city’s 2015 budget. In a 2014 audit of Brandon’s finances, the Rankin County city listed $567,510 in fines and forfeitures in 2013. In the city of Jackson’s most recent budget, the city listed more than $3.1 million in fines and forfeitures.

 http://watchdog.org/218867/civil-forfeiture/

Posted by: the daily messenger | February 11, 2017

Cops Now Using a New Device Allowing them to Steal Cash From Innocent Citizens Like an ATM

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By Claire Bernish
As if civil asset forfeiture, where police can seize your property without having to prove you actually committed a crime, wasn’t contentious enough already, a new device allows the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to steal money directly from your bank account — on the spot.
And it’s already in use.

The Electronic Recovery and Access to Data Machine, known by the acronym ERAD, can scan your bank account and prepaid cards, giving OHP instant access to the balance — and the funds — if a trooper believes the money is tied to a crime. OHP rolled out 16 ERAD devices in May, and unsurprisingly, has already employed the technology.

You don’t even have to be charged with a crime to be a victim of these badge-wearing armed robbers — which makes OHP’s new ERAD device an astonishing prospect.
“We’re gonna look for different factors in the way that you’re acting,” Oklahoma Highway Patrol Lt. John Vincent told local News 9. “We’re gonna look for if there’s a difference in your story. If there’s some way that we can prove that you’re falsifying information to us about your business.”

What Vincent seems to be saying is OHP will try its damnedest to find a reason to rob you at gunpoint.
“If you can prove that you have a legitimate reason to have that money it will be given back to you. And we’ve done that in the past,” Vincent added.
This reasoning turns the very concept of innocent until proven guilty on its head. And State Sen. Kyle Loveless said cases where police abused this new system have already come to light, including single mothers, a cancer survivor who had their medication seized, a Christian band, and a number of other completely innocent people.
“We’ve seen where the money goes and how it’s misspent,” Loveless said.
In fact, this is intensified policing for profit. News 9 obtained a copy of the contract between the state and ERAD Group, Inc., which shows Oklahoma paying “$5,000 for the software and scanners, then 7.7 percent of all the cash the highway patrol seizes.”
But law enforcement obstinately claims this isn’t about the money.
“I know a lot of people are just going to focus on the seizing money,” Vincent stated the obvious. “That’s a small thing that’s happening now. The largest part that we have found … the biggest benefit has been the identity theft,” he added without further explanation.
Controversy over civil asset forfeiture (CAF) surrounds the fact law enforcement is under no obligation to prove the property it seizes could in any way be tied to criminal activity. Once police have your property, most departments are free to essentially divvy it up amongst themselves.
Countless cases dot headlines around the country evidence thousands of innocent people as victims of this financial terrorism perpetrated by the government. Police even managed to ‘seize’ $53,000 from a Christian band, an orphanage, and a church.
Earlier this year, one of the creators of CAF tellingly called for the program to be abolished — and though it was briefly suspended, the Dept. of Justice allowed CAF to resume in April.
Sen. Loveless feels a conviction should be necessary for police to seize money using ERAD, and plans to introduce legislation.
“If I had to err on the side of one versus the other, I would err on the side of the Constitution,” he explained. “And I think that’s what we need to do.”

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