Posted by Curt on 3 August, 2020 at 1:26 pm. 3 comments already!



The leftwing propaganda media continues hyping the possible, hypothetical future threat of the Boogaloo Boys and their Hawaiian Shirts while studiously ignoring actual current brigandry by their leftwing paramilitary allies.

A Cuban business owner in Louisville has accused local Black Lives Matter activists of threatening him and using “mafia tactics” after they presented him and other business owners with a list of “demands.”

These are literally mafia tactics, and Black Lives Matter just made itself officially an organized criminal organization subject to criminal RICO prosecution.

Fernando Martinez, a partner of the Ole’ Restaurant Group, was one of dozens of business owners in the downtown “NuLu” district who received a letter from “local organizers and activists” in recent days that made a number of demands, including a requirement that they make “a recurring monthly donation of 1.5% of net sales” to local black organizations, and that they display a sign that shows support for “the reparations movement” or face “repercussions of noncompliance.”

It’s obviously not a “donation,” but a “street tax” or a “tribute” to a criminal gang, and obviously “repercussions of noncompliance” is a threat to property or body.

According to Martinez in a press release, La Bodeguita de Mima was forced to close on July 24 during a demonstration that shut down the entire street. He said several protesters presented him with the list of demands and told him he “better put the letter on the door so your business is not f*cked with.”Martin said in the press release that his restaurant “has been subject to vandalism and extortion in recent days.”

…On Thursday, a small group of protesters returned to the restaurant after seeing Martinez’s post about the demands on Facebook. While there, one protester smashed a flower pot outside the business, while the rest spoke with Martinez and other employees about why the demands are needed.

More at the link, including video and a list of the organized crime ring’s extortion demands.

Tell me more about “The Umbrella Man,” Maoist Media.

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