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Grenades: 19:08 f Okay, so propaganda has already taken over, and the news and media blackout isn't helping the sanitization and colorization that western media has already fallen victim to, so l'm just gonna give you the breakdown asl know it: 05:46 Protests started a week ago after 2 kids got run over and killed by a bus. Protests were peaceful with most kids (ages 10-18) taking over the jobs that cops are supposed to be doing instead of taking bribes and scratching their asses. 05:47 At first, they led to runaway traffic, but over 2-3 days, they established a radical improvements in traffic control and safety, clearing up the roads that were previously horrendously chaotic. Not a single civilian had a complaint. No uproars, no violence, nothing. Probably the best civil movement in the history of this country... all by children 05:48 The blame for the prevailing lack of safety and order was rightfully placed on a senion government official - one of the most corrupt and evil of the bunch: the shipping minister. He fueled the civilian's outrage by citing accidents irn neighboring countries and sidestepped the issue quite shamelessly 05:50 Civilians called for his discharge, and students demanded traffic system reforms to ensure safety and alleviation of chaos 05:51 And that's when things started going South 05:51 Message 19:08 f And that's when things started going South. 05-51 The government tasked the BCL - their student activist wing - with"reasoning" with these kids Now these BCL animals are well known terrorists, with a track record of violence, rape, torture, vandalism, etc. etc. dating back almost three decades. 05:53 They reasoned with the kids alright. By shooting at them and striking them with machetes and metal bars. All while being protected by the police - who themselves shot at the kids with beanbags and choked them with teargas grenades. 05:54 Reports are all over the place. It didn't take long for the government to have the cell providers shut down all mobile internet services, so photoS and videos are few and far between. Facebook is the most popular social media platform, but it's heavily monitored and censored 05:55 Several nundred children and young adults hospitalized - some in critical condition, some requiring amputations, most severely injured Several children are still missing 05:56 Eyewitness accounts without sufficient evidence (but I wouldn't put it past these BCL animals) 3 school boys were murdered on the spot with guns and machetes. Four school girls were abducted and gang raped 05:58 One boy had his eyes gouged out in front of Message 19:08 f One boy had his eyes gouged out in front of hundreds of other children. (Some evidence present) 05:58 Several women. including a reporter, have been molested and abused by BCL pigs. (Confirmed and evidenced) 05:58 Reporters at the scenes were brútally beaten, had their equipment destroyed, and threatened with death 05:59 The government run hospitals have refused admission to students of any kind, some have completely shut down. Some privately-run hospitals are struggling with the influx of injuries and deaths, but they re being forced by the government to deny treatment 06:00 Med students and interns in one private hospital have taken to the streets in protest, for not being allowed to treat children in dire situations because of orders from higher-up 06:01 Last night police raided a large residential area which houses families as well as students of the neighboring private universities - the police were formed in their usual riot configuration, but only this time, hundreds of BCL thugs were lined up behind them 06:02 No reports from the situation there yet. 06:02 and that's all I got so fa .02 Message 19:09 f Beating children to death and disability - direct violation of basic human rights and international law 15:06 This shit is fucked 15:06 All being executed by the government and law enforcement. I think they're raiding homes tonight They did last night in one small region. But it 15:06 15:06 might go city wide tonight. I've been hearing stuff Go on twitter. Look up #WeWantJustice . We are begging the rest of the world to spread 15:07 . 15:07 15:08 15:08 the message, images, videos, everything ... 15:08 l he media blackout here has silenced any online presence the real situation has 15:08 No one knows what's actually happening. Not even ourselves 15:09 Message [Serious] This is happening RIGHT NOW in Bangladesh
Grenades: 19:08 f
 Okay, so propaganda has already taken over, and
 the news and media blackout isn't helping the
 sanitization and colorization that western media
 has already fallen victim to, so l'm just gonna give
 you the breakdown asl know it:
 05:46
 Protests started a week ago after 2 kids got run
 over and killed by a bus. Protests were peaceful
 with most kids (ages 10-18) taking over the jobs
 that cops are supposed to be doing instead of
 taking bribes and scratching their asses.
 05:47
 At first, they led to runaway traffic, but over 2-3
 days, they established a radical improvements in
 traffic control and safety, clearing up the roads
 that were previously horrendously chaotic. Not
 a single civilian had a complaint. No uproars,
 no violence, nothing. Probably the best civil
 movement in the history of this country... all by
 children
 05:48
 The blame for the prevailing lack of safety
 and order was rightfully placed on a senion
 government official - one of the most corrupt
 and evil of the bunch: the shipping minister. He
 fueled the civilian's outrage by citing accidents irn
 neighboring countries and sidestepped the issue
 quite shamelessly
 05:50
 Civilians called for his discharge, and students
 demanded traffic system reforms to ensure
 safety and alleviation of chaos
 05:51
 And that's when things started going South
 05:51
 Message

 19:08 f
 And that's when things started going South. 05-51
 The government tasked the BCL - their student
 activist wing - with"reasoning" with these kids
 Now these BCL animals are well known terrorists,
 with a track record of violence, rape, torture,
 vandalism, etc. etc. dating back almost three
 decades.
 05:53
 They reasoned with the kids alright. By shooting
 at them and striking them with machetes
 and metal bars. All while being protected by
 the police - who themselves shot at the kids
 with beanbags and choked them with teargas
 grenades.
 05:54
 Reports are all over the place. It didn't take long
 for the government to have the cell providers
 shut down all mobile internet services, so photoS
 and videos are few and far between. Facebook is
 the most popular social media platform, but it's
 heavily monitored and censored
 05:55
 Several nundred children and young adults
 hospitalized - some in critical condition, some
 requiring amputations, most severely injured
 Several children are still missing
 05:56
 Eyewitness accounts without sufficient evidence
 (but I wouldn't put it past these BCL animals)
 3 school boys were murdered on the spot with
 guns and machetes. Four school girls were
 abducted and gang raped
 05:58
 One boy had his eyes gouged out in front of
 Message

 19:08 f
 One boy had his eyes gouged out in front of
 hundreds of other children. (Some evidence
 present)
 05:58
 Several women. including a reporter, have been
 molested and abused by BCL pigs. (Confirmed
 and evidenced)
 05:58
 Reporters at the scenes were brútally beaten, had
 their equipment destroyed, and threatened with
 death
 05:59
 The government run hospitals have refused
 admission to students of any kind, some have
 completely shut down. Some privately-run
 hospitals are struggling with the influx of injuries
 and deaths, but they re being forced by the
 government to deny treatment
 06:00
 Med students and interns in one private hospital
 have taken to the streets in protest, for not
 being allowed to treat children in dire situations
 because of orders from higher-up
 06:01
 Last night police raided a large residential area
 which houses families as well as students of the
 neighboring private universities - the police were
 formed in their usual riot configuration, but only
 this time, hundreds of BCL thugs were lined up
 behind them
 06:02
 No reports from the situation there yet.
 06:02
 and that's all I got so fa
 .02
 Message

 19:09 f
 Beating children to death and disability - direct
 violation of basic human rights and international
 law
 15:06
 This shit is fucked 15:06
 All being executed by the government and law
 enforcement.
 I think they're raiding homes tonight
 They did last night in one small region. But it
 15:06
 15:06
 might go city wide tonight.
 I've been hearing stuff
 Go on twitter.
 Look up #WeWantJustice .
 We are begging the rest of the world to spread
 15:07
 . 15:07
 15:08
 15:08
 the message, images, videos, everything
 ... 15:08
 l he media blackout here has silenced any online
 presence the real situation has
 15:08
 No one knows what's actually happening. Not
 even ourselves
 15:09
 Message
[Serious] This is happening RIGHT NOW in Bangladesh

[Serious] This is happening RIGHT NOW in Bangladesh

Grenades: An Assistant Football Coach Lost His Life Shielding Students Against Florida High School Shooter @balleralert An Assistant Football Coach Lost His Life Shielding Students In Florida High School Shooting - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ An assistant football coach lost his life protecting students during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Wednesday. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ AaronFeis worked as a coach for the high school’s football team. This Thursday, the team tweeted that he “selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero and he will forever be in our hearts and memories.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Nicolas Cruz is the 19-year old student who carried the act of terror onto his former school. Before the shooting, students thought they were merely performing a fire drill, which is what sent them filing into the hallways. That’s when Cruz, who was wearing a gas mask, toting smoke grenades and several magazines of ammunition for his AR-15 rifle, opened fire killing 17 and injuring more. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Feis at the time was on duty as the school security guard and responded to a call over walkie-talkies that there were loud pops coming from somewhere in the school. A witness said Feis was seen jumping “in front of bullets to save some students' lives.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The brave coach was also an alumnus of the high school. He graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in 1999 and became the junior varsity head coach of the school’s football team in 2002. Feis leaves behind a wife and one daughter.
Grenades: An Assistant Football Coach Lost
 His Life Shielding Students Against
 Florida High School Shooter
 @balleralert
An Assistant Football Coach Lost His Life Shielding Students In Florida High School Shooting - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ An assistant football coach lost his life protecting students during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Wednesday. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ AaronFeis worked as a coach for the high school’s football team. This Thursday, the team tweeted that he “selflessly shielded students from the shooter when he was shot. He died a hero and he will forever be in our hearts and memories.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Nicolas Cruz is the 19-year old student who carried the act of terror onto his former school. Before the shooting, students thought they were merely performing a fire drill, which is what sent them filing into the hallways. That’s when Cruz, who was wearing a gas mask, toting smoke grenades and several magazines of ammunition for his AR-15 rifle, opened fire killing 17 and injuring more. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Feis at the time was on duty as the school security guard and responded to a call over walkie-talkies that there were loud pops coming from somewhere in the school. A witness said Feis was seen jumping “in front of bullets to save some students' lives.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The brave coach was also an alumnus of the high school. He graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in 1999 and became the junior varsity head coach of the school’s football team in 2002. Feis leaves behind a wife and one daughter.

An Assistant Football Coach Lost His Life Shielding Students In Florida High School Shooting - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀...

Grenades: U.S: NEWS NEWS UPDATE Feb 15 | A detailed look at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Yesterday afternoon, 19 year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The shooting resulted in 17 fatalities which included students and adults. Cruz is being charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder. ___ The shooting began around 2:40 pm, shortly before school dismissal time. The gunman wore a gas mask into the school, armed with an AR-15 rifle, smoke grenades, and “countless magazines,” officials report. The gunman set off the fire alarm, causing students and teachers to crowd the hallways as he began shooting. He then ducked out of the building by hiding between crowds of students. By the end of the initial shooting rampage, the suspect had killed 12 people inside the school, before killing an additional three outside, including someone standing on the street corner. Two more victims died from their injuries in local hospitals. ___ Nikolas Cruz was arrested in a neighboring city known as Coral Springs just a few miles from the school. Cruz had previously attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but was expelled for issues that school officials have declined to specify. Other students and members of the school have noted that Nikolas Cruz exhibited “troubling” behavior, and often demonstrated possession of weapons on his social media pages. ___ Since the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012, there have been at least 239 school shootings nationwide. In these 239 shootings, 438 people were shot, 138 of which died. ___ Jerry News has elected to not share photos of the gunman. ___ Footage - photos: NYT, WSJ, CNN
Grenades: U.S: NEWS
 NEWS UPDATE
 Feb 15 | A detailed look at the Marjory
 Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
Yesterday afternoon, 19 year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The shooting resulted in 17 fatalities which included students and adults. Cruz is being charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder. ___ The shooting began around 2:40 pm, shortly before school dismissal time. The gunman wore a gas mask into the school, armed with an AR-15 rifle, smoke grenades, and “countless magazines,” officials report. The gunman set off the fire alarm, causing students and teachers to crowd the hallways as he began shooting. He then ducked out of the building by hiding between crowds of students. By the end of the initial shooting rampage, the suspect had killed 12 people inside the school, before killing an additional three outside, including someone standing on the street corner. Two more victims died from their injuries in local hospitals. ___ Nikolas Cruz was arrested in a neighboring city known as Coral Springs just a few miles from the school. Cruz had previously attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but was expelled for issues that school officials have declined to specify. Other students and members of the school have noted that Nikolas Cruz exhibited “troubling” behavior, and often demonstrated possession of weapons on his social media pages. ___ Since the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012, there have been at least 239 school shootings nationwide. In these 239 shootings, 438 people were shot, 138 of which died. ___ Jerry News has elected to not share photos of the gunman. ___ Footage - photos: NYT, WSJ, CNN

Yesterday afternoon, 19 year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The shooting...

Grenades: Nazia Hasan Kazi November 14 at 8:59am When did people start thinking "nonviolent protest meant "candlelight vigils" instead of withholding your labor, boycotting, shutting down highways and roads, opening cages, breaking laws that are unjust? Asking for a friend. moncarnetdenote: geekandmisandry: smitethepatriarchy: geekandmisandry: taranoire: uteruskraken: taranoire: Well, shutting down highways and roads is dangerous and puts people at risk of harm. Other than that…. 😑 and how does it do that? How are you at risk because you can’t go down the street you wanted to? Because streets are used for emergency services. Also, EVERYONE uses roads. So, just as you might be inconveniencing white motorists on a Sunday drive you’re also putting the wellbeing of everyone at risk. People have doctor appointments, obligations, kids need to get to school. The only people you’re REALLY hurting when you disrupt vital services are the poor and disabled. I’m poor and disabled, i have no time to be a shield here. Protestors rarely ever cause blockage to emergency vehicles and telling people to protest in a way that doesn’t inconvenience anyone is ridiculous. Staying quietly out of the way is not how change gets accomplished. People protest BECAUSE people are dying but I guess those people don’t fucking matter? I’ve been to multiple protests that have blocked roads. Once, an emergency vehicle needed to get through. You know what happened? The protesters moved out of the way to let the emergency vehicle through and then moved back into place. I know it sounds IMPOSSIBLE but I saw it happen. People just so desperately want to perpetuate myths about protests, they sound like the fox news journalists who will call them “riots”. Protests are often organised and have people with experience as a part of it. They aren’t an angry mob turning over cars because there football team lost. For a whole year, most of the students of my province led a general strike against the government. Of course, this featured demonstrations and protests… Everyday, mostly in the evenings, including a few general and national protest days when we’d be almost half a million marching through the streets of Montreal. And I can say with 100% certainty… We NEVER kept the emergency vehicles from passing through. Fire truck? We’d move out the way and form a safety corridor for them to speed through, then tighten ranks again. Ambulance? We’d move the fuck out of the way as fast as possible. The last thing we ever wanted was to have a death on our conscience. We were protesting unfair laws, not out for blood (unlike what the government liked to imply though -_____-). You know who DID block the way to emergency vehicles though? The riot police. Whenever they injured people when they fired flashbang grenades right in the crowds and the exploded and sent shrapnel into people’s legs or faces, when they fired rubber bullets at face level against safety regulations, when they repeatedly rammed a downed, restrained protester with their batons and boots until teeth and blood covered the floor, they also systemically blocked ANY ambulances and first responders trying to get to the injured, or leave with a person in critical state to get to the hospital. They formed tight ranks and raised their plexiglass shields and stared them down, backed them off, trapped them with the protesters. Hell, they even arrested some of the first responders attending to the injured when they mass arrested the people they trapped with their own militaristic ranks. You’re vilifying the wrong crowd, @taranoire, who I can’t seem to tag.
Grenades: Nazia Hasan Kazi
 November 14 at 8:59am
 When did people start thinking "nonviolent protest
 meant "candlelight vigils" instead of withholding
 your labor, boycotting, shutting down highways and
 roads, opening cages, breaking laws that are
 unjust?
 Asking for a friend.
moncarnetdenote:

geekandmisandry:

smitethepatriarchy:


geekandmisandry:

taranoire:


uteruskraken:

taranoire:

Well, shutting down highways and roads is dangerous and puts people at risk of harm. Other than that….

😑 and how does it do that? How are you at risk because you can’t go down the street you wanted to?

Because streets are used for emergency services. Also, EVERYONE uses roads. So, just as you might be inconveniencing white motorists on a Sunday drive you’re also putting the wellbeing of everyone at risk. People have doctor appointments, obligations, kids need to get to school. The only people you’re REALLY hurting when you disrupt vital services are the poor and disabled.


I’m poor and disabled, i have no time to be a shield here. 
Protestors rarely ever cause blockage to emergency vehicles and telling people to protest in a way that doesn’t inconvenience anyone is ridiculous. 
Staying quietly out of the way is not how change gets accomplished. People protest BECAUSE people are dying but I guess those people don’t fucking matter?

I’ve been to multiple protests that have blocked roads. Once, an emergency vehicle needed to get through. You know what happened? The protesters moved out of the way to let the emergency vehicle through and then moved back into place.
I know it sounds IMPOSSIBLE but I saw it happen.


People just so desperately want to perpetuate myths about protests, they sound like the fox news journalists who will call them “riots”. 
Protests are often organised and have people with experience as a part of it. They aren’t an angry mob turning over cars because there football team lost.

For a whole year, most of the students of my province led a general strike against the government. Of course, this featured demonstrations and protests… Everyday, mostly in the evenings, including a few general and national protest days when we’d be almost half a million marching through the streets of Montreal. 


And I can say with 100% certainty… We NEVER kept the emergency vehicles from passing through. Fire truck? We’d move out the way and form a safety corridor for them to speed through, then tighten ranks again. Ambulance? We’d move the fuck out of the way as fast as possible. The last thing we ever wanted was to have a death on our conscience. We were protesting unfair laws, not out for blood (unlike what the government liked to imply though -_____-).


You know who DID block the way to emergency vehicles though? 


The riot police. Whenever they injured people when they fired flashbang grenades right in the crowds and the exploded and sent shrapnel into people’s legs or faces, when they fired rubber bullets at face level against safety regulations, when they repeatedly rammed a downed, restrained protester with their batons and boots until teeth and blood covered the floor, they also systemically blocked ANY ambulances and first responders trying to get to the injured, or leave with a person in critical state to get to the hospital. They formed tight ranks and raised their plexiglass shields and stared them down, backed them off, trapped them with the protesters. Hell, they even arrested some of the first responders attending to the injured when they mass arrested the people they trapped with their own militaristic ranks.


You’re vilifying the wrong crowd, @taranoire, who I can’t seem to tag.

moncarnetdenote: geekandmisandry: smitethepatriarchy: geekandmisandry: taranoire: uteruskraken: taranoire: Well, shutting down h...

Grenades: A one-man army 2 Gurkha used 400 bullets, Courageous: Acting Sgt Dipprasad Pun came under 17 grenades, a mine and even a tripod to defeat fire from the enomy for 15minutos 30 Taliban on his own A GURKHA who fired 40lets By Fred Attewill and 17 grenades while single-handedly lighting off 30 Taliban militants is to he found iwo insurgents digging a reccive the second highest military trench to lay an improvised explosive honour for bravery device at the checkpoint's front gate. Acting Sgt Dipprasad Pun, 3 was on sentry duty alone at night when he discovered two insurgents preparing to plant a bomb outside He then found himself pinned down under attack from rocket-propelled grenades and AK47s for more than 15 minutes, as e franticall,y As enemy tighters launched wave radioed for back up after wave of attacks, the 1.7m (Slin) At tirst, he was afraid but he said Gurkha opened fire with a machine yesterday: As soon as I opened gun, a rile and a grenade launcher. ire, that was gone before they When he exhausted all ammunition kill me I have lo kill some. he tried to batter one militant with a When the fight was over, his sandbag before bludgeoning him with company commander arrived a machine gun tripod, as he roared in casually slapped him on the Nepali: I will kill you, back and asked if he was OK The soldier, from the Royal Gurkha The third gencration Gur- Rilles, was alerted to he enemy when kha. from Ken, will receive he heard what he thought was a cow or the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross, one of 136 awards to a donkey near his sentry posi. But, when he climbed on to the roof, be announced today Defines Badassery 👊🏻
Grenades: A one-man
 army
 2
 Gurkha
 used 400 bullets,
 Courageous:
 Acting Sgt
 Dipprasad Pun
 came under
 17 grenades, a mine and
 even a tripod to defeat
 fire from the
 enomy for
 15minutos
 30 Taliban on his own
 A GURKHA who fired 40lets By Fred Attewill
 and 17 grenades while single-handedly
 lighting off 30 Taliban militants is to he found iwo insurgents digging a
 reccive the second highest military trench to lay an improvised explosive
 honour for bravery
 device at the checkpoint's front gate.
 Acting Sgt Dipprasad Pun, 3 was
 on sentry duty alone at night when he
 discovered two insurgents preparing
 to plant a bomb outside
 He then found himself pinned down
 under attack from rocket-propelled
 grenades and AK47s for more than
 15 minutes, as e franticall,y
 As enemy tighters launched wave radioed for back up
 after wave of attacks, the 1.7m (Slin) At tirst, he was afraid but he said
 Gurkha opened fire with a machine yesterday: As soon as I opened
 gun, a rile and a grenade launcher. ire, that was gone before they
 When he exhausted all ammunition kill me I have lo kill some.
 he tried to batter one militant with a When the fight was over, his
 sandbag before bludgeoning him with company commander arrived
 a machine gun tripod, as he roared in casually slapped him on the
 Nepali: I will kill you,
 back and asked if he was OK
 The soldier, from the Royal Gurkha The third gencration Gur-
 Rilles, was alerted to he enemy when kha. from Ken, will receive
 he heard what he thought was a cow or the Conspicuous Gallantry
 Cross, one of 136 awards to
 a donkey near his sentry posi.
 But, when he climbed on to the roof,
 be announced today
Defines Badassery 👊🏻

Defines Badassery 👊🏻