The Baltimore Plan – The Big Part of The Bigger Picture: Win By Losing….

The professional grievance crowd has all of the Marxist planets aligned.   They have the DNC approved black female mayor Stephanie Rawlings; they have their rock star activist attorney Marilyn Mosby, and they have a strategically planned opportunity to win by losing.

Baltimore protests 1

Black Lives Matter activist and State Attorney Marilyn Mosby has no intention of gaining victory in her charges against the Baltimore Six defendants, she doesn’t need to.  Indeed, I would argue the handlers within the larger BGI network don’t factually want her to succeed.

Every outside pundit, legal analyst and observer will note, if they have not already, the construct of her spoken, but not revealed, probable cause affidavit is fraught with flaws.  Some call it overcharging, some call it a stretch, others call it a tough case to prosecute.  However, what it really amounts to is an unwinnable trial.

And that’s exactly what this fiasco is intended to communicate.

You can’t force repairs upon a system that works.  “If you can’t change it, shut it down“.

marilyn mosby 3Historical civil rights advocacy was based on the belief that everyone needs equality in opportunity; modern social justice advocates demand equality in outcome.  “If we can’t get it, shut it down”.

The Social Justice crowd need a social law and order system that does not depend on virtue and morality, because the grievance community does not share the same virtues and morality of the larger society.

In Sanford Florida they tried to create the impression: a 12-year-old going to the store for tea and skittles mowed down by a vigilante cop wannabe.   Of course they needed to avoid the reality of a 17-year-old street thug, serving his third 10 day school suspension for felony burglary, who attacked a guy for asking “what are you doing“?

In Ferguson Missouri they tried to create the impression: an 18-year-old lovable “big Mike”, mowed down by an overzealous white cop while he was surrendering with his hands up and crying don’t shoot. Of course they needed to avoid the reality of an 18-year-old street thug who just finished strong-arm robbing a convenience store who attacked the cop while high on dope.

In both Sanford and Ferguson the reality of the events collapsed the narrative, one during a trial, the other in a Grand Jury’s decision not to indict.

In Baltimore they have a perfect congruence of people and events.  A 25-year-old black male victim seen handcuffed and alive, then arriving to the police station (booking) near death.  A black activist prosecutor, a black DNC Mayor, a majority black police force.

The perfect opportunity to showcase how the “system” is broken.  Freddie Gray is irrelevant.  If they can’t convict in Baltimore it proves the ‘system’ is fundamentally wrong.  It’s the system that needs to be changed.   “If we can’t get it, shut it down“.

The goal is the “shutting it down”, to rebuild it closer to the hearts desire.

And when you understand that goal; when you understand that ultimately the goal is NOT to get the six police officers convicted; only then can you understand the bigger plans and the motives for the actions taken toward those plans.

After all, they published the new plans in March:

The President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing

Loretta Lynch AG nominee

You can’t fix, or “fundamentally change”, something that does not appear fundamentally broken.

They succeed by losing, not by winning.

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446 Responses to The Baltimore Plan – The Big Part of The Bigger Picture: Win By Losing….

  1. TKim says:

    Do the protestors want the white power gangs sprung from prisons too? Because like the Black Panthers they are some vicious, vicious guys.

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  2. The Johnny Person says:

    I hope this isn’t too obvious a question but has anyone here asked or bothered to find out just how he could possibly have a criminal record like he did and still be walking the streets in the first place? If you look closely at his long and distinguished career of being a freakin’ animal, you’ll see one that leaped out at me. And that was the mention of assault. I’ll just ignore the 14 thousand drug convictions, criminal trespass…ad nauseum. And I’d like to point out we are only seeing what he has done since he turned 18. What did his juvenile record look like?? Anyways, back to my question? Why was this even walking the streets? Being Caucasian and living in the state I do, I can most assuredly say that if that had been me and had those criminal convictions trailing along behind me I would be serving 15 – 20 easily If not more. Why was this even in society in the first place???

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      I believe you can blame Obama’s many programs to keep black males out of prison and other troubles. A good example of this is the program instituted in the school district that Trayvon Martin attended. The logic there was relabeling criminal offenses to non-criminal incidents, thereby decreasing the statistics of black males arrested. After that was uncovered and made public, Obama still instituted other programs of the same nature. These programs, on the surface, give the illusion of doing something altruistic and admirable by helping the oppressed minority. These programs generally give an altogether warming feeling to the hearts of liberals and other naive people. If they should ever look at the results of these programs, I’m sure the temperature of their hearts would take a chilling dive.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Actually, we are seeing this more and more. It is evidently pretty common for them to be let loose.

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  3. ctdar says:

    “Don’t shoot and we won’t loot.” Police should issue a warrant on that woman’s house from suspected stolen goods.

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  4. jc says:

    It’s time to party like it’s 1999!

    (Remember, tomorrow’s a school day LOL)

    Baltimore Lifts Citywide Curfew Put in Place After Rioting
    The Baltimore authorities announced on Sunday that they had lifted the citywide curfew that the police said helped to curb violent protests here, but that had also come under mounting criticism as days passed without new bouts of widespread rioting and looting.
    “Effective immediately, I have rescinded my order instituting a citywide curfew,” Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said in a statement on Sunday morning. “My goal has always been to not have the curfew in place a single day longer than was necessary.”

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Making popcorn for tonight, the uncivilized thugs will probably give the Mayor just what she wants, more distruction. Whatever was left of Ferguson after the first night of riots, burnt down the night the curfew was lifted. There is no shortage of corruption and stupidity in Baltimore.

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  5. rod serling says:

    It’s a sad day when we have to bestow the status of “Mom of the Year” when someone with 6 children, single mom, has to beat up her son. Meanwhile in Montgomery County, Maryland, parents of “free range” children playing at a park or walking home from school catch all kinds of flack. It’s a sad day when newscasters in Baltimore are frothing at the mouth with glee regarding the “community working together” and the “peaceful and productive protests”, meanwhile a $16 million nursing home facility for low income area residents was burned to the ground, among other buildings. More federal funds will be spent. Great return on our money. There is no way on this earth that this will ever turn around. Ever.

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    • spottedpony says:

      Let’s start with calling a spade a spade……

      The Civil Rights Act of 1964 started this fiasco with saying blacks are the same as whites. The Immigration Reform of 1965 allowed more Mexicans in through the gates than anyone in their right mind would have dreamed possible.

      Go to African and look at their accomplishments, the blacks didn’t even build any of the railroads on the continent – white Europeans did. Yet we are brainwashed into believing they are the same as us?? Many, many Africans sit around like their black-American cousins waiting for their next meal to be handed to them.

      Go to Mexico, it is over-run with a criminal mindset from top to bottom. They will take anything from another person at every level.

      The 1960’s are where our problems began by design. Work harder folks, your tax dollars have many mouths to feed.

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      What are the insurance companies’ thoughts on all this? Or their policyholders’ thoughts about how much their premiums are going to be raised to pay for it all? (I’m just wondering out loud.)

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      • Eskie Mom says:

        Nobody thinks about that aspect. Or of the price increases on individual goods to compensate for “shrinkage”. The insurance companies don’t care. They’ll make their money one way or another- & in some areas, profit from it.

        I honestly don’t think many people care about this at all, unless it’s happening near them or their loved ones. As Section 8 housing spreads to more affluent areas (it’s coming),
        then maybe they’ll care. Putting the cat back in the bag is a lot harder than letting it out.
        A lot of people don’t even know this stuff is happening. Who’s going to tell them- the TV news? lol

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    • Hello friend. This grandma can feel your pain and frustration clear over here. I’d like to comment especially on your very last sentence where you say: “There is no way on this earth that this will ever turn around. Ever.”

      Every day Sundance posts The Lord’s Prayer and I think it might help you (like it does me) to give you hope and restore faith and help calm me down. When world events seem overwhelming and I get so angry I start to get frightened, I am comforted by The Lord’s phrase “Deliver us from evil.”

      When an article or world situation makes me feel exceptionally hopeless, I will read or say out loud the entire Lord’s prayer, with emphasis on two sentences: “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN.” and the last sentence of Jesus’ prayer: “For Thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever and ever. Amen.”

      Friend, we fight against a much older enemy than the political left, or socialism or ISIS or RINOs. Jesus said this enemy has been “a murderer from the beginning” and has never stood in the truth because “there is no truth in him, because he is a liar and the father of liars.” (see John 8:44)

      In contrast, Jesus says that He is “The Way, The Truth, and The Life. No one can come to the Father except through Jesus.” (see John 14:6)

      One last contrast, friend. Your last sentence mirrors the fears and worries I also get when hearing about all the evil that is in this deceived world; however, Jesus says The Father’s kingdom and power and glory will last forever and ever. The enemy wants us to feel defeated and frightened and he makes sure each day’s news is frightening to us, but he also lies to us to make us feel hopeless. But there is ALWAYS hope in Jesus. Jesus is the Good Guy Who doesn’t just speak truth; He IS Truth itself. Jesus Christ already won this war when He arose from the dead, and he keeps winning and never loses (I know because I peeked and read the end of The Book). Don’t give in to the enemy. Don’t give up because of anger or fear (something I understand very well). May God bless you, friend.

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    • I think that mother did the right thing. She got her son out of there and made her point- by any means necessary. I m sure her hand hurt more than he did… except maybe his pride

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      OMG. That is an important picture.

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      • nivico says:

        ”A person acts with ‘criminal negligence’ with respect to a result or to a circumstance described by a statute defining an offense when he fails to perceive a substantial and unjustifiable risk that such result will occur or that such circumstance exists. The risk must be of such nature and degree that the failure to perceive it constitutes a gross deviation from the standard of care that a reasonable person would observe in the situation.”

        If we put millions of school children on buses without seat belts every day (and have done so for decades), how does the the prosecutor plan to overcome the “gross deviation from the standard of care” element necessary to prove criminal negligence…???

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  6. art tart says:

    An encouraging article w/different experts weighing in.

    ‘To win convictions, prosecutors must get inside heads of Baltimore officers’

    “It’s not enough to show officers were bad officers, bad policing,’’ said Levenson, a Loyola Law School professor. “You’re not in the officer’s head. Even if they are wrong, even if they made a mistake, it doesn’t make it criminal.’’

    http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-baltimore-legal-strategy-20150502-story.html#page=1

    Judge Alex contributed on FOX, “juries can do anything. The charges were more appropriate for a Civil Case.”

    Surely there will be a change of venue.

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    • John Galt says:

      “Baltimore State’s Atty. Marilyn J. Mosby said Friday that Gray “suffered a critical neck injury as a result of being handcuffed, shackled by his feet and restrained’’ inside the police van.”

      I thought they said that Freddie’s critical neck injury resulted from his head striking a bolt on the van door? If being handcuffed, shackled and restrained causes critical neck injury, then they better file attempted murder charges against lots of cops and stop transporting prisoners.

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    • John Galt says:

      “She said Sgt. Alicia D. White, who is charged with manslaughter, assault and misconduct, “made no effort to look, or assess, or determine his condition.’’

      Once again, so what? Freddie died days later in a hospital. How did Sgt. White’s conduct cause Freddie’s death?

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      • art tart says:

        John Galt ~ I think the reason is because Goodson called for someone to come look at Gray, Sgt. Alicia W. came. She/Goodson looked at Gray & Gray was unresponsive. They made the decision to nothing instead of calling paramedics at that time..

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        • James F says:

          They made the decision?

          The Seargant made the decision. Low ranking officers don’t second guess seargant’s decisions. And questioning a black woman Seargant could get you labelled sexist and/or racist in addition to being insubordinate.

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          • art tart says:

            James F ~ Yes, either could have called paramedics. If Goodson wanted to call paramedics, he could have. Because Sgt. White made the wrong decision, doesn’t mean Goodson had to do the wrong thing.

            So what if Goodson would have been later reprimanded! “Subordination!” So what! Big deal, when a suspect is unresponsive, how stupid is someone who does nothing? Pretty stupid imo, if Goodson had been fired over calling paramedics for an unresponsive suspect, in which I don’t think he would have, at least he would have used common sense.

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            • James F says:

              It is pretty simple. Goodson did not feel he had the expertise or experience to make the decision so he called in a supervisor to make the call. The supervisor examined the situation and made the determination and assumed responsibility.

              What if it were an instance where Goodson did second guess his superior officer and went behind their back to make the call and it turned out to be bogus and uneeded by medical professionals? He would be in hot water.

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            • jason says:

              sorry to repeat, but was told that this is common behavior, not just of Baltimore perps, but Freddie himself. He’d go out of his way to claim a medical issue in hopes he’d get a ride to the ER instead of getting booked jailed. Up to and including banging his head on the interior compartment(s) of the transport vehicles. Even the local medics were aware of this situation.

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            • art tart, it doesn not eork like that in a police force. Everyone has to obey the chain of command, no ifs ands or buts.

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      • famousprince says:

        Freddie Gray caused his own injury and the prosecutor is purposefully ignoring this fact. Remember the misdirect with the buddy who fled? He became the surrogate in the van and insisted “I only heard a tapping FOR 4 SECONDS.” Why even analyze anything that is stated regarding the charges? It’s all a farce.

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        • art tart says:

          famousprince ~ WHAT fact? The autopsy report hasn’t been released, that’s a fact!

          It’s okay to state your opinion, but your opinion is NOT a fact, just speculation..

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      • Les says:

        That’s a lie. I’ve seen the video of Sgt. White looking in the van door to assess Mr. Gray’s condition with my own eyes. I have serious doubts he was unresponsive at that point or they would have entered the prisoner compartment. There is no sound in that video. How do we know if they were talking to him or not? Was he still cursing and raising hell?

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  7. interkludge says:

    How to strike this dead? Put a Republican in the white house and let him appoint a law-and-order Attorney General. I guarantee that any interest in the Federal Government taking over the law enforcement system will vanish into the wind.

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  8. jason says:

    just passing along some info that just heard. Someone I am close with works in Baltimore and at the hospital Freddie was brought to after the police found him unresponsive. She was talking with the team from the ambulance that brought him in and told her essentially that Freddie Gray was well known not just to police, but also known for banging his head against the transport vehicle(s) in order to be taken to the hospital in lieu of the trip to booking.

    Again, this was told to her the day of, and roughly within 2 hours of the him being transported to UMMS Hospital. So, not if he known to police, but known to the local medics for intentionally inflicting injury upon himself (“Banging his head on the wall”).

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  9. I wanted to comment but it again got too long and such so, again, shameless plug 😉
    The Reality of Baltimore City
    https://whiteskinnedman.wordpress.com/2015/05/03/the-reality-of-baltimore-city/

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  10. Stephen says:

    I like the following from the article titled “A Space to Destroy” by Jim Goad as published on the Taki’s Magazine website:

    Perhaps it’s oversimplifying things, but the main culprit here would either have to be what the city does to black people…or the very presence of black people. As it stands, the general public has been brainwashed and terror-zapped away from even daring to consider the latter option as a possibility.

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