"RACE" WAR & WEAPONIZED INFORMATION

Digest: WHITE SUPREMACIST NORTH AMERICA HAS ALWAYS USED “RACE” WAR TO SUBVERT THE FUNDAMENTAL THREAT TO ITS SYSTEM, REVOLUTIONARY CLASS WAR LED BY THE MOST EXPLOITED AND OPPRESSED NATIONS AND PEOPLE.
WW3, (‘GWOT’) STARRING ITS AL-QAEDA OFFSPRING ‘ISIS’, TO TERRORIZE THE WORLD INTO CHAOS AND SUBMISSION IN ORDER TO REPLACE THE COLLAPSED POST WW2 U.S. ORDER. WITH A NEW POST WW3 GLOBAL DICTATORSHIP WHOSE TRANSPARENT FASCIST AGGRESSION AND DESTRUCTION WILL INTENSIFY UNTIL IT IS DEFEATED.

FULL SPECTRUM DOMINANCE DEMANDS THE MILITARIZATION OF INFORMATION, AND IDEOLOGICAL WARFARE.

‘weaponized information’
INFORMATION DOMINANCE (ID)
The Philosophy of Total Propaganda Control
David Miller, www.coldtype.net/Assets.04/Essays.04/Miller.pdf
1/8/04 https://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/jan/08/usa.ira...

United States Department of Defense blueprint. "Joint Vision 2020"
http://www.dtic.mil/jointvision/jvpub2.htm
...Full spectrum dominance means US forces are able to conduct prompt, sustained, and synchronized operations with force combinations tailored to specific situations, access and freedom to operate in all domains --- space, sea, land, air and information. Additionally, given the global nature of our interests and obligations, must maintain overseas force presence and ability to rapidly project power worldwide to achieve full spectrum dominance...

“I think the reason the organisers used the phrase ‘Black Lives Matter’ was not because they were suggesting nobody else’s lives matter; rather, what they were suggesting was there is a specific problem that is happening in the African-American community that’s not happening in other communities. And that is a legitimate issue that we’ve got to address.”
President Obama about Black Lives Matter October 2015

How US Justice Dept COPS Office operates and triggers response to “justifiable homicides” from Fergusonto Dallas here:
Forces in Ferguson: US ‘Homeland’ Frontline 12/1/14 http://www.burbankdigest.com/node/524

...What we know...
Sara Pelissero, KARE 4:18 PM. EST July 08, 2016 http://www.wgrz.com/news/falcon-heights-fatal-shooting-what-we-know/2664...
St. Anthony police officers initiated a traffic stop, allegedly regarding a bad tail light, around 9 p.m., pulling over a white vehicle with a man, a woman and a child inside. Philando Castile was behind the wheel when an officer asked him to present his license and registration. Police say during the traffic stop, "shots were fired" and "one adult male was taken to the hospital."
According to the video posted by Castle’s fiance Diamond Reynolds . the shooting occurred when Castile told the officer he was going to reach for his wallet to get his ID as requested and also notified the officer he had a firearm on him he's licensed to carry. In the video Reynold’s says as Castile reached for his wallet, the officer fired "four or five times." Castile can be seen in the video wearing a blood-soaked T-shirt heard moaning and groaning until his girlfriend is ordered out of the vehicle. Castile was transported without medical care to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he later died. Authorities say a handgun was recovered at the scene...Reynolds was taken into custody and said she was questioned until early Thursday morning, where she was treated like a "prisoner."

The Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) a component of U.S. Department of Justice...
provides grants, training...materials for law enforcement and community stakeholders use in collaboratively addressing crime and disorder challenges...
cops.usdoj.gov/Default.asp?Item=2500 cops.usdoj.gov/Default.asp?Item=2790

Information Assurance (IA) mission at the National Security Agency (NSA)
Modified: May 4, 201 https://www.nsa.gov/what-we-do/information-assurance/
The Information Assurance (IA) mission at the National Security Agency (NSA) serves a role unlike that of any other U.S. Government entity. National Security Directive (NSD) 42 authorizes NSA to secure National Security Systems, which includes systems that handle classified information or are otherwise critical to military or intelligence activities. IA has a pivotal leadership role in performing this responsibility, and partners with government, industry, and academia to execute the IA mission. Now that cyberspace is the primary arena in which we protect information, we are working toward shaping an agile and secure operational cyber environment where we can successfully outmaneuver any adversary.

An urban war zone: ‘We don’t know where the hell he’s at’
Who was Micah Johnson?
7/8/16 8:40PM https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/an-urban-war-zone-we-dont-know-wher...
Michael Rosenwald...Post writer about the intersection of technology, business and culture.
Thomas Gibbons-Neff is a Post staff writer and a former Marine infantryman.
... protesters marched down Main Street. They turned south on Field. And the Dallas police proudly chronicled it all on Twitter — the “enough is enough” chants, the “Black Lives Matter” signs. The evening was so harmonious protesters posed for photos with officers showing their solidarity,
...cooler heads prevailing on a sweltering Texas night after the consecutive fatal shootings of black men by police officers in Louisiana and Minnesota. And then, mayhem....the streets of downtown Dallas into an urban combat zone. It was the most vicious, direct attack on U.S. law enforcement in decades...the nation was horrified...
Initial reports said officers were ambushed by no less than three shooters. But it was a one-man campaign, waged by ex-Army carpenter Micah Johnson — first in a street assault and then from multiple floors above his targets below. Dallas Mayor Michael S. Rawlings said Johnson “was a mobile shooter that had written manifestos on how to shoot and move, shoot and move, and he did that.”...
Bouquets of flowers sat at the base of three flagpoles where the shooting began. A red T-shirt tied around one of the poles read “Police Lives Matter.”

...A video posted Wednesday night on Facebook Live appeared to show an incident like the one police described. The video showed a woman sitting in a car with a man whose shirt appeared to be soaked in blood, saying an officer shot her boyfriend. The Associated Press couldn't immediately verify the authenticity of the video... police are aware of the video but wouldn't comment further....
Reynolds clearly understood the power of documenting the violence when she chose to post the video to Facebook, as she told protestors Thursday. "I chose to allow the video to go live... because I wanted everybody in the world to see what the police do," she said. "It is not right. It is not acceptable. I didn't do it for pity, I didn't do it for fame, I did it so the world knows these police are not here to protect and serve us. They are here to assassinate us. They are here to kill us because we are black."...

COMMUNITY POLICING TOUR PHASE ONE
https://www.justice.gov/ag/community-policing-tour
July 23, 2015
Birmingham, AL | Richmond, CA | East Haven, CT | Washington, D.C. | Cincinnati, OH | Pittsburgh, PA | Seattle, WA
AG Loretta E. Lynch kicked off her tenure announcing a national Community Policing Tour to highlight WHITE HOUSE COLLABORATIVE POLICING programs and practices designed to advance public safety, strengthen police-community relations and foster mutual trust and respect.

COMMUNITY POLICING TOUR PHASE TWO
http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/pdf/taskforce/TaskForce_FinalReport.pdf
Phoenix, AZ | Los Angeles, CA | Miami/Doral, FL | Indianapolis, IN | Fayetteville, NC | Portland, OR
Final Report of the Presidents Task Force on 21st Century PolicingAttorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Community Policing Task Force Implementation Guide

Official Department of Justice. U.S. Attorneys social media accounts
https://www.justice.gov/usao/social-media-directory

POLICING ‘STYLES’ CAN INCLUDE ‘HOT SPOTS’, ‘PROACTIVE, PREVENTIVE, ZERO-TOLERANCE’ MILITARIZED POLICING
POST 911 POLICING
Fusion Centers: Partnerships in Action
http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/html/dispatch/April_2010/fusion_center.htm
Fusion centers have been established in every state and the District of Columbia, and many major urban areas, post September 11 to establish information sharing in all levels of government to identify, prevent, monitor, and respond to terrorist and criminal activities.
In February 2010 more than 1,000 federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement representatives gathered from around the country for the fourth annual Fusion Center Conference in New Orleans co-hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)....
The fusion centers are owned and operated by state and local governments. The federal government provides support to fusion centers, including grant funding, training, technical assistance, access to classified and unclassified systems, subject-matter expertise and support to meet security and privacy and civil liberties requirements, and deployed personnel from DHS, FBI, and other federal agencies personnel. This staffing represents enhanced cooperation between federal and local agencies and highlights the overarching “partnerships” theme evident throughout the conference.
“I’m encouraged by the efforts of my Justice Department colleagues, especially FBI agents, analysts, and investigators who’ve been instrumental in strengthening these centers,” said Attorney General Eric Holder during the keynote address to attendees. “I’m grateful to count the Department of Homeland Security our partner in this work...
William H. Webster, chair of the Homeland Security Advisory Council, former FBI and CIA director, shared that one of the keys to improved intelligence during his CIA tenure was... “Today’s name of the game is prevention. And, fusion centers are at the core of that mission.”
AG Holder recounted how on a recent visit to the Southern Nevada Counter-Terrorism Center... “That day, the actions of the fusion center staff and their community partners in all likelihood prevented a gang-related shooting... because the fusion center had established a relationship with the local school security community, they were able to communicate clearly and act quickly... to protect, and likely save, lives.”
As fusion centers continue to mature and enhance their analytic capability and engage the community...they are embracing the core principles of community policing – partnerships and problem solving – in the fight against terrorism.
In February 2010 more than 1,000 federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement representatives gathered from around the country for the fourth annual Fusion Center Conference in New Orleans co-hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)....
The fusion centers are owned and operated by state and local governments. The federal government provides support to fusion centers, including grant funding, training, technical assistance, access to classified and unclassified systems, subject-matter expertise and support to meet security and privacy and civil liberties requirements, and deployed personnel from DHS, FBI, and other federal agencies personnel. This staffing represents enhanced cooperation between federal and local agencies and highlights the overarching “partnerships” theme evident throughout the conference.

Community Policing Beyond the Big Cities
https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/205946.pdf
Less than 10 years after the 1994 Crime Act set community-oriented policing in motion, two-thirds of U.S. local police departments and 62 percent of sheriffs’ offices have full-time personnel performing community policng.1 Much has been written about community policing in the Nation’s major cities, but community policing has also been implemented in smaller cities and rural counties. This summary is based upon “COPS: Innovations in Policing in American Heartlands,” by Marcia R. Chaiken, Ph.D., final report to the National Institute of Justice (2001), at http://www.ncjrs.org/ pdffiles1/nij/grants/ 194604.pdf. Dr. Chaiken is Director of Research at LINC interdisciplinary criminal justice and social policy research center in Ashland, Oregon.

NYT 7/8 9:14AM One suspect in Dallas ambush that killed five officers is dead. He "said he wanted to kill white people,” Dallas police chief Brown said.

Dallas police shootings: what we know so far
'Active shooter! Active shooter!': how a peaceful protest erupted into violence
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jul/08/how-d...
The message was attributed to Dr Mauricelm-Lei Millere, a leader in the organisation....other groups (Micah) Johnson “liked” was the New Black Panther Party, the Nation of Islam and the Black Riders Liberation Party...Among Johnson’s other social media likes focused on the history and accomplishments of African-Americans... And I Love Black Archaeologist web series whose main character uses a time machine to visit famous black people.
The Dallas police department said Johnson’s Facebook account also included information about Richard Griffin who “embraces a radical form of Afrocentrism”.
On his Facebook page Friday afternoon, Griffin, member of Public Enemy – an influential hip hop group known for its politically charged lyrics – said he does “not advocate killing cops”. Johnson had no criminal history, according to authorities...

Dallas Police Chief David Brown: "It's a stark reality of what our profession is going to deal with in this country for years to come.
July 8, 2016 | 12:06pm www.nypost.com/2016/07/08/dallas-sniper-was-an-army-vet/
...Police Chief David Brown urged Dallas to get behind its police department... "We don't feel much support most days. Let's not make today most days." ..."It's a stark reality of what our profession is going to deal with in this country for years to come. The idea that snipers might attack us. The idea that someone might plant a bomb to blow us up....that I think in the future we will have to deal with" " Brown told The News....
Obama ordered that U.S. flags be flown at half-staff through Tuesday night "as a mark of respect for the victims of the attack on police officers." He also called for a review of gun laws. Justice Department Attorney General Loretta Lynch, sought to calm fears after what she called an "unfathomable tragedy" in Dallas, and a "week of profound grief and heartfelt loss...The DOJ shelved its plans for a probe, a source said, but met with the National Fraternal Order of Police for 45 minutes to discuss expanding the federal hate crimes law to protect police officers...
The suspect, Army veteran Micah Xavier Johnson, exchanged fire with police during a standoff in a parking garage at El Centro College. He was killed when police bomb squad detonated a robot bomb near him ...Three people of interest are said to be in custody not cooperating with authorities....A police source told KXAS-TV (NBC5) Johnson was laughing and singing during the standoff inside the parking garage. He didn't appear nervous and told police he'd been working out in preparation for Thursday's assault...

Cops Wounded in Gunfights in Missouri, Georgia, and Tennessee
July 8, 2016 2:56PM http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/437632/shots-fired-cops-missouri-ge...
In East Tennessee early Thursday morning before news of the Dallas attack, appears to be related to the coverage of the police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minnesota: A newspaper carrier was killed and four other people wounded when a man armed with two guns opened fire traveling along a parkway A responding police officer was among those wounded. Georgia: Authorities say a man opened fire on a police officer investigating a report of a damaged vehicle in south Georgia and was wounded when an officer returned fire. Valdosta Police Chief Brian Childress says the officer also was wounded, but both men are expected to survive. He says the officer was shot “multiple times” but is going to be fine. Missouri…A Ballwin Police officer is in critical condition shot in the neck during a traffic stop earlier today, sources say.... without further explanation...officer was shot at least once from behind ...at least three shots fired at him....sources say a suspect was captured shortly later during a foot chase...