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Upwards of 10,000 Arrested And 13 Killed As Trump Builds Wall Around The White House

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Upwards of 10,000 Arrested And 13 Killed As Trump Builds Wall Around The White House

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On June 4th, the Minneapolis City Council said they are holding a special emergency meeting to approve court order outlining changes for the Minneapolis Police Department and framework for systemic change.

Minnesota Department of Human Rights Commissioner Rebecca Lucero and the Minneapolis Civil Rights Director Velma Korbel will brief the City Council Friday on the next steps for the state investigation into the MPD.

Two Minneapolis City Council members have tweeted this week that they’re looking to make serious changes to, or possibly eliminate, the Minneapolis Police Department after George Floyd’s death.

The current phase of the protests is similar to the beginning of the COVID-19 hysteria with wide, seemingly all-encompassing propagation in MSM, and understandably so.

So far, as a result of the protests more than 10,000 have been arrested and at least 13 have died.

The coverage is so wide that protests are erupting in other countries in support of the over-all Black Lives Matter movement.

Some places have even seen escalations in violence, such as protesters throwing Molotovs at the US Embassy building in Athens, Greece.

They’re being referred to as “Antifa terrorists.”

Most of the protests throughout the US, and in many places in Europe, the protests are being coordinated via Social Media, which is similar to what transpired in Hong Kong for nearly a year.

In the digital industry, companies such as EA, Sony, Rockstar are also joining in on the protests, while they’ve generally shied away from such content.

Call of Duty, and Infinity Ward (the developer of the game) are showing a message of support to each person who enters the game.

Upwards of 10,000 Arrested And 13 Killed As Trump Builds Wall Around The White House

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Rockstar Games took down the servers of GTA (Grand Theft Auto) and Red Dead Redemption in memorial of George Floyd.

Sony and Microsoft are taking a rare dual stand together in support of the BLM protests, calling for racial justice and an end to police brutality.

Along with many other developers and publishers speaking out, Sony made its stance against “systemic racism and violence against the Black community” and for “a future marked by empathy and inclusion” clear in a PlayStation tweet on Monday, afterward going silent on Blackout Tuesday through the time of writing.

Sony postponed the reveal of the PlayStation 5 because it wasn’t the time for joy and such events.

The Xbox Twitter account then surprised fans of either console by quote retweeting its primary competitor’s statement, stating simply, “We stand together.”

Even children’s TV shows like Sesame Street and entire networks like Nickelodeon extending the reach of the protesters’ message well beyond the streets.

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.”

Many corporations are extending their support of Black Lives Matter, and this is quite showing for the shifting status quo.

The situation is such that typically, it was a standoff of US President Donald Trump and the US national industry, in a standoff against the globalist and the non-mainstream corporations.

It appears that the wind is blowing in the other direction, with most siding on the side of the protests, and Trump appearing to sit in an ever-reducing crowd.

And to show for that, a wall was built around the White House, to keep protesters from reaching it.

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