Milo Breaks the Barrier at Berkeley With Surprise Attack

Milo Crashes the Berkeley Boycott -Communists and Antifa Go Mad With Baby Chanting

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Watch as morons chant about the KKK.  A sad moment for these folks, who can’t tell the difference between a libertarian like Milo, and the phantom “Klansmen”, who only exist in the dark, scary fantasy of their own minds, certainly not anyone seen around Berkeley.  The other mantra, calling everyone who is not a communist or antifa dressed in a black ninja gangster outfit with their faces covered, a “fascist”, also shows the shallow political knowledge of the protesters.  The libertarians, as represented by Milo in this case, are probably the political faction that is most opposed to “fascism” and it’s philosophy.

The video shows the chanting collectivist goof-balls displaying their pathetic political wares for the world to see.  Milo invited one of them to have a conversation with him, but only chants came forth, like a berserk energizer bunny.

Around the world people love to have a chance to debate political and social issues, at least in countries where they are allowed to have free speech.  In America, sadly, the intellect of the left has plateaued at baby chanting.  And the bastions of free speech, the universities of “higher learning”, cannot make the effort to encourage and protect free speech, the basis for American politics and culture.  Dark days for all loom ahead. Including for the baby chanters.

 

Free Speech Cancelled in Berkeley, CA

U.C. Berkeley, Home of the Free Speech Movement has Cancelled Free Speech Week

No Free Speech in Berkeley

University Bows To Antifa and Revolutionary Communist Party.

In a recent radio interview, a spokeswoman for the Revolutionary Communist Party explained their position.  They are against Free Speech for “Fascists”.  Who are the “Fascists”?  Basically, almost anyone who is not a communist is a “Fascist”.  Hence, only communists should have Free Speech.  
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In addition, a faculty professor was interviewed on another radio station and said there should be no Free Speech for Milo Yiannopoulos because it creates a “security problem”, and “security” is much more important than the “idea” of Free Speech.  Besides, he lamented, he would have to walk to his class through police lines and show his I.D.  Boo Hoo.  What an inconvenience.  And what is his salary teaching at Berkeley?

 

The Berkeley Police Hot Dog Vendor Milo Yiannopoulos Riot Revenge

Berkeley Cops Hid Like Cowards From Antifa Thugs But Now They’re Back Kickin’ Butt on Mexican Hot Dog Vendors

Chief Bennett a no-show defending free speech

On February 2nd the headlines screamed that 150 Antifa thugs and 100’s of students had caused over $100,000 damage to the campus to prevent Milo Yiannopoulos from speaking.  So where were all the brave Berkeley cops when this was going on?  The Donut Shop?  Starbucks?  The Chief, Margo Bennett was nowhere to be seen defending Milo’s free speech from a gang of rampaging rioters.

Berkeley cop removing money from Hot Dog vendor’s wallet

Fast forward to September, 2017.  Berkeley cops accost a hot dog vendor, a poor slob trying to make a couple bucks.  No permit to sell dogs, so they give him a ticket, AND TAKE ALL THE MONEY OUT OF HIS WALLET! What Proof does the cop have of where the money came from?  None.  But where were these cops when Milo needed help?  Maybe harassing other hot dog vendors.  Hey, it’s safer than confronting real criminals doing over $100,000 damage to the campus.

No Justice for Milo or Hot Dog Vendors in Berkeley.

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Where’s The Berkeley Cops in this Video?

Motorcycle Split in Half in Burbank Collision

A Collision Between a VW and a Motorcycle Sends Rider to Hospital

A crazy crash on Thursday, July 13, 2007 at the intersection of San Fernando Blvd. and Alameda resulted in a motorcycle being split in half.  Whose fault and what happened could not be determined at the scene, but photos taken may offer clues.  The bike rider was still alive, carried away by Fire Department rescue.  The intersection is on the border of Burbank and Glendale and is the scene of many crashes, many caused by young males speeding west down Alameda and attempting to run the light at San Fernando.  All photos copyright by Southland News Bureau.

Frank Dorrel, Anti-War Activist

Frank Dorrel, Prominent Peace Activist Profiled in New Video

Frank Dorrel has been an activist for Peace for decades.  He has published books, participated in demonstrations,  put out video documentaries,  given interviews,  and  is  a fixture at the Los Angeles Times annual Book Festival where he chats with thousands of visitors each year.

It seems that Frank is almost a lone voice against war these days.  With the world careening toward new ultra destructive conflicts, he seems to be the last man standing and advocating for Peace.  The anti-War movement seemed to stall when Obama became President, although he launched new wars in Africa, illegally sent drones and troops to interfere with nations around the world, his agents overthrowing the government  of the Ukraine, blasting  Libya out of existence, and arming  the Saudis in their genocidal attack on Yemen.  Things are getting worse under Trump, with the Saudis now not only continuing a massive bombing campaign in Yemen, but now getting  ready to invade Qatar and possibly go to war in Iran.  The U.S. still supports terrorist groups in Syria, shooting down Syrian  government aircraft and bombing Syrian government  positions. North Korea is in the sights of the Pentagon.  Afghanistan continues to be an unending war, with thousands of civilian casualties.

Kudos to Frank Dorrel, standing up to all this madness.

Big Tree Crashes Into Valley Village House

What Happens When You Don’t Keep Up Your Property

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An uninhabited house on Riverside Drive a block east of Laurel Canyon has taken a big hit as an untrimmed tree split and crashed onto the house. This property was supposedly purchased recently for around $900,000, but has sat empty for almost a year.  Transients were living in it for a time this month, but they were finally evicted.

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The tree could not grow to the east because of the apartment building that butts up against it, so it grew to the west until it became so unbalanced that it split and crashed into the house.  It’s always interesting how much money some folks have to buy a house for almost a million dollars and then let it sit empty and rot.  It proves the old adage “Money does not care who it belongs to.”

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L.A. Times/Tribune Plot Foiled By Justice Department

Last Minute Anti-Trust Division Action Stops Tribune Monopoly Plans

by Ed Murray

Dateline: Orange County

As we reported earlier, the Los Angeles Times has some big plans to extend their newspaper monopoly to the entire Southern California region.  In a previous article entitled:  The Los Angeles Times, the Shameful Showboat of a Powerful Press Monopoly,  we wrote that the Tribune Company, owner of both the San Diego Union and the L.A. Times, was sneaking around the bankruptcy court hearings offering to loan the owners of the Riverside Press-Telegram and the Orange County Register 3 million dollars at no interest to tide them over for a while until the bankruptcy court held an auction, where they planned to buy up the Register and the Press Telegram.  Here’s what we said:

“Things have since become even stranger,  when the Orange County Register filed for bankruptcy late last year.  The same company also owns the Riverside Press Telegram.  So here comes the Tribune, now owner of the Times and San Diego Union, offering a 3 million dollar loan at zero interest rate to the company that owns the Register and Press-Telegram.  This would give them a crack at buying the two papers out of bankruptcy, and thus increase their monopoly over all of Southern California.  If that works out, the Tribune will own the Times, the San Diego Union, The Riverside Press-Telegram and the Orange County Register.  Any beginning psychic can see more layoffs, consolidated printing, consolidated news, and immense power over the entire Southland.  Oh, and the big hurt on real freedom of the press.”

Plot Foiled by Alert Anti-Trust Attorneys

Luckily for the entire population of the Southland, the Anti-Trust Division of the Justice Department was paying attention to all this.  Today, March 17, 2006, the Justice Department filed suit to block this outrageous monopoly grab by the Tribune Company.  Below is the complete Press Release from the Department of Justice:

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JUSTICE NEWS

Department of Justice
Office of Public Affairs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, March 17, 2016

Justice Department Files Antitrust Lawsuit to Stop L.A. Times Publisher from Acquiring Competing Newspapers

Acquisition Would Monopolize Newspapers in Orange and Riverside Counties in California

The Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit today seeking to block the acquisition by Tribune Publishing Company, publisher of the Los Angeles Times, of Freedom Communications Inc., publisher of the Register in Orange County, California, and the Press-Enterprise in Riverside County, California.  Tribune was selected as purchaser of Freedom’s newspapers following a bankruptcy auction and will seek bankruptcy court approval of its acquisition on March 21.  The department is seeking a temporary restraining order to prevent the sale to Tribune from proceeding.

According to the department’s complaint, filed in federal district court in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Times and the Register together account for 98 percent of newspaper sales in Orange County and the Los Angeles Times and Freedom’s newspapers together account for 81 percent of English-language newspaper sales in Riverside County.  Tribune’s acquisition of its most significant competitor would give it a monopoly over newspaper sales in each county and allow it to increase subscription prices, raise advertising rates and invest less to maintain the quality of its newspapers.

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Bill Baer, Anti-Trust Division

“If this acquisition is allowed to proceed, newspaper competition will be eliminated and readers and advertisers in Orange and Riverside Counties will suffer,” said Assistant Attorney General Bill Baer of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division.  “Newspapers continue to play an important role in the dissemination of news and information to readers and remain an important vehicle for advertisers.  The Antitrust Division is committed to ensuring that competition in this important industry is protected.”

Tribune Publishing Company is a Delaware corporation headquartered in Chicago.  It publishes 11 major daily newspapers across California, Illinois, Florida, Maryland, Connecticut, Virginia and Pennsylvania.

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If Not Blocked, Newspaper Competition Will Be Eliminated

The Justice Department did make one small error in that in Los Angeles and San Diego, newspaper competition is already defacto non-existent and has been for decades due to the Times either buying up their competition or secretly financing certain owners of “competing” papers that won’t really compete.  If this bankruptcy sale goes through, the Tribune will “own” the Southland.  It’s not just the advertising revenue that is at stake, it is the cultural control and even more important, the political control.  Which candidates, for instance, will get “press coverage”, and which candidates will be endorsed by the Tribune political tribunal?  We sincerely hope that the Justice Department is successful in their efforts to prevent this press monopoly from going any further.

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