This article was written by Daisy Luther and originally published at The Organic Prepper.
Editor’s Comment: After a bloody summer of mass shootings, police shootings against innocent people in traffic stops, sniper attacks on police, assaults on police with bricks, threats against political candidates, and the general anxiety and intensity that is leading up to the political conventions happening in just a short time, there is every reason to think that thousands, and perhaps millions, of angry Americans are prepared to abandon all caution and engage directly with law enforcement and anyone seen as representing the establishment. Riots, chaos, attacks. Anything is possible.
Certainly, there are good reasons for anger, but there are also many groups that are blinded by their own rage from seeing the bigger picture and the real issues. Regardless, the potential for violence in cities across the nation, and for peaceful protest to again spill over into mob violence and civil unrest is chillingly strong. Let’s hope that cooler heads prevail, and that the pressure remains focused on the institutions without giving those same powers the justification they need to crack down and control society, and especially dissenters, with a police state response. If/when things go too far, it could effectively spell the end of America and the beginning of occupation under martial law.
Day Of Rage Protests Are Scheduled For July 15th In These American Cities
Updated: The hacktivist group claiming to be Anonymous is now calling for nationwide Day of Rage protests on Friday, July 15th. This video is NOT on the official Anonymous YouTube channel. The video below promotes the protests.(WARNING: There is some disturbing and graphic violence in this video.)
Use this as a list of places NOT to be on Friday the 15th. While the video does specify non-violence and denounces the actions taken against police officers that were not involved in these deaths, with the tagline “Day of Rage” I think it’s safe to expect emotions to be running very high on both sides of the line. No matter how great your empathy might be for those who have unjustly lost their lives, these protests are not safe places to be.
Nashville: 6:00PM (801 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 Estes Kefauver Federal Building)
Memphis: 6:00PM (Health Sciences Park Memphis, TN)
Austin: 6:00PM (TEXAS STATE CAPITOL, Outside South Gate-11th and Congress Ave.)
Salt Lake City: 5:00PM (SALT LAKE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 4600 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, Utah 84123)
Seattle: 4:00PM (QUEEN ANNE BAPTIST CHURCH, 2011 1st Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98109)
Milwaukee: 5:00PM (DINEEN PARK, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
I strongly feel it won’t end with people marching and chanting.
From yet another source, there are absolutely protests coming up. And they’re going to be big.
Jacksonville’s Black Lives Matter protesters and Pastor R.L. Gundy plan to take to the streets this Friday for a demonstration they say will be larger than last weekend’s.
The safest crowd is one that you’re not in. All of these places have the strong potential to become battle zones. Stay home.
And if your home happens to be in or near one of these areas, be aware that your city could be under siege. Make plans to stay safe and hunker down with emergency food and purified water, or to go someplace safer.
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