Jesus was not a Nationalist or Warrior of God. If he was, then he would have formed an army to drive Rome out of Judea.
We hippies were for peace and against military nationalism that was the fake reason we invaded Vietnam.
Here is the facebook group ‘Montana Liberty Coalition’ that is full of threats from armed men and women like the folks I felt may have befriended Rena Easton. Trump says the Governor of Michigan should make a deal with the Gun Grunts who Trump may be comparing to Putin’s Night Wolves. These are terrorists – not patriots!
Trump was trying to impress his beloved Putin when he gave the military a trillion dollars in what can be called ‘The Evangelical Cold War’ against Democrats. Evangelical leaders are behind the dismantling of Obamacare because it is too secular for their tastes. Why aren’t they picketing for more testing – for the sake of God’s People? Jesus would want this – if he were alive! He was into healing people – remember?
In the video below Trump brags about giving the military more ammunition because they had none thanks to Obama. Bullets can’t kill the C-Virus. Trump is arming ignorant white racists the same way Hitler did. He is saying the leftist-liberals rendered America – impotent – with the help of European allies.
The Iron Curtain fell because Russia ran out of Vodka. Everyone was too drunk to harvest potatoes – including the Russian Army that was sent into the potato fields. There is no end to the bounty of paranoia from Trump’s Spud People. There will be no baseball season this year. Just a harvest of hatred.
These masked men are IMPOSTERS paid for by the very rich to ward off the Second Democratic Revolution. There is a Rent Strike brewing.
“Beware of the spring potatoes!”
John ‘The Prophet’
In a Friday morning tweet, President Donald Trump referred to a group of protesters who brought weapons into the Michigan state capitol building as “very good people” and suggested the governor should strike a deal with them.
On Thursday, hundreds of protesters, many of them carrying guns, descended on Michigan’s state capitol to oppose Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s extension of the state’s stay-at-home order by another two weeks, to May 15.
“The Governor of Michigan should give a little, and put out the fire,” Trump wrote. “These are very good people, but they are angry. They want their lives back again, safely! See them, talk to them, make a deal.”
It is unclear what kind of a “deal” Trump was referring to. While Whitmer moved to extend the order, telling citizens to stay home and keeping nonessential businesses shut, she also relaxed some of the restrictions from original stay-at-home’s order.
Amid lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, businesses and industries are suffering from COVID-19 — and potato farmers are no exception.
Despite a growing demand in grocery stores, potato prices have plummeted in the last few weeks due to social distancing guidelines and a lack of demand in restaurants and the food industry. Just weeks prior, the industry was looking at the best prices in recent memory and even projections for a summer shortage, The Associated Press reported.
The cost for a 50-pound carton of restaurant-grade potatoes in the Twin Falls and Burley district hovered between $22 and $23 on March 13 but had dropped to somewhere between $10 and $12 by April 16.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin says he’s infected with the coronavirus, joining nearly 106,500 others in the country who have been similarly diagnosed.
Speaking during a videoconference with President Vladimir Putin that was broadcast Thursday on state-run Rossiya 24 television, Mishustin — who took over as prime minister from Dmitry Medvedev in January — told Putin that he had tested positive for the virus.
“It has just now became known that the coronavirus test I gave came back positive,” Mishustin told Putin.
“I have to observe self-isolation and follow orders of doctors,” he said. “This is necessary to protect my colleagues.”
Mishustin, whose role as head of government is considerably less powerful than Putin’s, nominated his deputy, Andrey Belousov, to take over as acting prime minister, a recommendation that Putin approved by decree.
The 54-year-old Mishustin, who has been a lead figure in handling Russia’s response to COVID-19, said he would “maintain active contact” with Putin and other leaders “on all the main issues” during his self-quarantine, according to The Moscow Times.
Putin thanked the prime minister and acknowledged that becoming infected could happen to anyone.
Thousands of Americans plan to take part in a rent strike on Friday, calling for state leaders to cancel rent during the coronavirus crisis.
Activists in New York, Pennsylvania and California are encouraging tenants to withhold rent, whether they are able to pay or not, to draw attention to the plight of those unable to pay.
The protest is expected to represent the largest coordinated rent strike in America in decades, and comes as the labor department announced another 3.8 million people lost their jobs last week, with pressure growing on state leaders nationwide to increase their efforts on housing.
More than 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the past six weeks, as the coronavirus has caused widespread business closures.
The New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is among those voicing support for the strikes, which are being coordinated by an array of housing groups.
“People aren’t striking because they don’t feel like paying rent, they’re striking because they can’t,” Ocasio-Cortez said.
In New York, more than 12,000 people have pledged to not pay their rent, and progressive state lawmakers have proposed legislation that would suspend or cancel rent payments for tenants who lost income due to the coronavirus. In March, New York’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, suspended evictions for 90 days, in a move that prevents landlords from ousting tenants who cannot pay their rent.
But critics say that merely postpones the problem.
“We need a suspension of rent and automatic forgiveness of any rent, mortgage or utility payment owed or accumulated during the length of this crisis,” said Housing Justice for All, which campaigns to increase tenants’ rights and to end homelessness in New York.