Archive for August 7, 2022

Youth Violence

Posted in uncategorized with tags on August 7, 2022 by andelino

In the early morning hours of June 24, James Lambert Jr. was walking along Cecil B. Moore Avenue in Philadelphia. The 73-year-old man had walked along that street for decades without incident. But this time, a group of teenagers and preteens emerged from the shadows and began accosting him. Lambert tried getting away by crossing the street. But seven of them chased after him; one of them picking up a traffic cone. As Lambert made it to the sidewalk, he was struck in the back of the head with the traffic cone and fell motionless onto the pavement. A young girl picked up the cone and hit Lambert in the head again. Lambert was able to get up and tried again to escape. Security footage shows that same girl picking up the traffic cone again and chasing after him. Lambert would later die from his injuries of blunt force trauma to his head. Many of the teens were seen recording the murder on their phones.

Read more at “The Rise of Youth Violence”

Fear and Lawlessness

Posted in uncategorized with tags on August 7, 2022 by andelino

And Vladimir Putin says he is just getting started.

Russian forces are illegally holding, torturing and forcibly displacing Ukrainian civilians in the occupied regions of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia, Human Rights Watch reported on July 22, in the latest evidence of incalculable evil in Russia’s war.

Atrocities carried out by Russian soldiers north of Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, became the subject of war crime hearings earlier this year. But the new report focuses on the south of the nation, where Russian occupational forces maintain a firm grip.

Read more at “Russia Has Made Ukraine Region an Abyss of Fear and Wild Lawlessness”


Posted in uncategorized with tags on August 7, 2022 by andelino

Insurrection or a police-assisted procession of peaceful protesters?

I don’t suppose Nancy Pelosi will be showing this video at the January 6th Democrat sham hearings?

This is the danger of a one-world government…

We may not have enough food soon…

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