Heroes, Villains, and Victims of Kenosha, Wisconsin

Kenosha, black, white, and red all over

A small city at the southeast corner of Wisconsin, Kenosha borders the shore of Lake Michigan and became a focal point of the Second American Civil War on the fourth Sunday of August, 2020.

Jacob Blake, shot in the back by police

This conflict was sparked by the shooting of Jacob Blake earlier that Sunday evening. A police officer shot him seven times in the back. Blake survived.

Was it justified?

People of Kenosha are citizens of the United States and afforded all the rights and responsibilities that comes with this.

Jacob Blake is innocent until proven guilty, and he has the right to bear arms. This includes the knife he had in his hand or was reaching for.

Blake also has a responsibility to obey lawful commands given to him by police officers and to not endanger children nor rape women.

Officers had lawful authority to detain Blake

Blake was violating a restraining order by being at the Kenosha home of the woman he allegedly raped.

He took her car keys and her children, and she called the authorities.

The police ordered Blake and he refused. An officer tased him, and he walked on. They pointed guns at him and grabbed his shirt. Methodically, he opened the car door and reached inside where a knife was found, waiting or dropped from his hand.

He was shot seven times and stopped. The children in the car were traumatized but not stolen.

These kids are the victims. Blake is the villain, and the officer that shot him is a hero.

Blake is innocent until proven guilty with regard to raping the woman, and the same should be true about resisting officers and endangering children.

This is how it should be in the court of law, but the video of the shooting (warning, actual footage) is in the public domain. It is clear beyond a reasonable doubt that Blake resisted the police and endangered children in the car. This is enough to prove his villainy.

Kyle Rittenhouse, shot three in self-defense

Protests and riots overwhelmed the city …

Our businesses are under attack. Our homes are under attack.

A Kenosha business requested protection the government failed to give.

Rittenhouse volunteered to help. Kenosha is the closest city to his village twenty miles away and a mile across state lines. He brought a med kit and a gun (the gun did not cross state lines).

When a mob attacked him, he defended himself. With his rifle, he shot and killed two and injured a third.

The serial child rapist Joseph Rosenbaum died first.

See the following from news site Wisconsin Right Now:

(Arizona) Clerk of Courts confirm Joseph Rosenbaum was charged by a grand jury with 11 counts of child molestation and inappropriate sexual activity around children, including anal rape. The victims were five boys ranging in age from nine to 11 years old.

An easy comparison.

When Rosenbaum was Rittenhouse’s age he was charged with raping young boys, then for the past two decades he continued to do vile things. Rosenbaum died a villain.

The victims were all those that Rosenbaum abused, up to and including Rittenhouse and the residents of Kenosha.

The abuser Anthony Huber died second.

Huber died a villain. He shared Blake’s interest in abusing women, and he assaulted Rittenhouse with a skateboard.

The armed revolutionary Gaige Grosskreutz was shot last.

Grosskreutz is a villain for his part in attacking Kenosha and attempting to kill Rittenhouse.

Kyle Rittenhouse is a hero

At seventeen, he defended his community. Faced with the hate of a mob, he offered medical assistance to anyone who needed it.

Gun fire occurred before Rittenhouse shot and after.

With enemies and maybe bullets coming at him, Rittenhouse maintained disciplined fire. He stopped the immediate threats, kept control of his weapon, and retreated.

Corporate media, big tech, the entertainment industry, and the government—under the critical theory banner—have allied against Rittenhouse.

David versus Goliath is now Kyle versus Fascism.

Antifa may claim to be anti-fascist, yet they ally themselves with a blended authority of corporations and the government. Beware corporatism.

Rittenhouse is the true anti-fascist.

What is left of the Left but Uroborus, forever a snake eating its own tail?

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