Meidas Touch Presents …. “🇺🇸 ‘United for Humanity’ 🇺🇸 …. “!!


~~June 10, 2020~~

UNITED FOR HUMANITY

There’s nothing new about the police brutality against African American citizens in this nation. As stated many times, throughout history lessons, speeches and similar protesting, it began 401 years ago when they were brought here as slaves.

What we see is a sum of all of that, the ever-growing list of black men and women killed at the hands of police/authority officers, the inequities in education, housing, access to medical care, gutting of the voting rights act and so much more.

What is happening was triggered by George Floyd‘s murder on Memorial Day.

Well, a boiling point has been reached. There are many in the streets of all stripes, class, status and color. It’s against an oppressive system that seems to benefit a dwindling white class that feels superior simply because of the color of the skin and is afraid of becoming the ‘minority’!

United for Humanity!

HortyRex©

Some of 2020’s most viral political ads have come from a liberal organization called MeidasTouch, and if you’d never heard of the group before the past few weeks, there’s a good reason: they didn’t exist yet.

Created in quarantine by three brothers originally from Long Island, MeidasTouch is technically a liberal PAC but in practice a video production team staffed solely by the three siblings, with some content contributions from their 14-year-old sister.

Ben Meiselas was lead attorney for Colin Kaepernick’s lawsuit and settlement with the NFL. Brett Meiselas is a veteran editor and producer who served as head of digital post-production for The Ellen DeGeneres Show from 2013 to 2018. Jordan Meiselas works in marketing and advertising, currently with agency Translation in New York.

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”

https://www.adweek.com/tv-video/with-meidastouch-3-brothers-are-creating-visceral-ads-by-using-trumps-words-against-him/

~~Published June 10, 2020~~

We are united. United against hate. United against racism. United against fear. United for humanity.

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A Picture Says a Thousand Words ….”🤨 This One, a Cartoon, Screams, #118 …. ‘Babies in Cages’ 🤨 …. “!!


~~June 10, 2020~~

BABIES IN CAGES

There’s one that I think is long due to be corrected. The other one needs to be removed from the ‘Peoples House’ and moved to Russia where the baby really belongs!!

HortyRex©

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Did The Police Do That? …


THIS!! … “While protestors are undoubtedly responsible for some share of the destruction, the country’s law enforcement officials have also been caught multiple times sabotaging and destroying property as well, presumably in an attempt to escalate the situation or to defame the protests.” … and much more!!

In Saner Thought

I could not let the day go without a post on the protests and the following violence.

Well this post is not about the violence of some police towards protesters but rather the police that are sneaking into the protests and inciting them to do vandalism.

The United States is on fire. Since the police killing of George Floyd on May 26, millions have taken to the streets in protest, clashing with police. At least 11 people have died, and thousands have been arrested. 15 states (plus Washington, D.C.) have called in the National Guard to quash protests raging in over 100 cities. Violence has been widespread, particularly in the epicenter Minneapolis, where Floyd was killed, with buildings engulfed in flames, stores looted and vehicles destroyed.

While protestors are undoubtedly responsible for some share of the destruction, the country’s law enforcement officials have also been caught multiple times sabotaging…

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Wednesday Wisdom …. “🧐 ‘There’s Always Something to Gain/Learn’ 🧐 …. “!!


~~June 10, 2020~~

THERE’S ALWAYS SOMETHING

Many lessons in life come during times of duress. Maybe those are the remembered ones because of the circumstances. Sound cliche but, lessons learned are to be found everywhere and anytime,

HortyRex©

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Is This The ‘American Spring’?


American Spring? Nice ring to that … here’s hoping! …
“The US police force is heavily militarised, thanks to the transfer of surplus military goods to law enforcement departments across the US for decades. The scenes playing out across the US today have renewed worries that the militarisation of police has created a climate among law enforcement that encourages excessive force.”

In Saner Thought

Once again the minorities of the US have had to take to the streets to make their case that is mostly ignored when tried to handle in a civilized method.

We all remember the ‘Arab Spring’ from a decade ago when people took to the streets to protest the injustice and corruption of their leaders.

And now the US has joined the movement.

Today, the George Floyd protests could become the spark of an “American Spring” of justice and equality. Interestingly, the Arab Spring was every bit about social justice in the MENA region as the George Floyd protests and the Black Lives Matter movement is in the U.S. As diasporic scholars who lived under the dictatorship and through an uprising that led to substantial changes during the 2011 Tunisian Revolution, we acquired a critical understanding of the complexities and layers of social movements. Thus, we posit that the similarities…

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