Trump unveils plan declaring KKK and Antifa terrorist organizations

Trump declares the KKK terrorists. The president of the United States presented a plan in which he makes several promises to African Amer...

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  • Trump declares the KKK terrorists. The president of the United States presented a plan in which he makes several promises to African Americans
  • The president presented the plan in Atlanta, where the African-American population is prevalent, and in full electoral campaign to woo the vote
  • “More opportunities, more justice and more prosperity,” promised the Republican candidate to black communities

Trump declares the KKK a terrorist. President Donald Trump presented this Friday what he has dubbed the “Platinum” plan to attract the African-American electorate, with promises such as prosecuting the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and the anarchist movement Antifa as terrorist groups, and declaring “Juneteenth”, the party which commemorates the end of slavery every June 19, as a federal holiday.

“I am here to announce a new plan to offer more opportunity, more security, more justice and more prosperity to black communities,” Trump said at a campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia.

“It’s a contract with black Americans and it’s going to be something that people are going to talk about for a long time. If they vote for the Republicans for four more years, we will create 3 million new jobs for the black community, we will open 500,000 new businesses with black owners, we will increase access to capital by the black communities by 500,000 million dollars, “he listed. .

In that sense, Trump stressed that the initiative will include investments in the development of communities and financial institutions, in addition to “building peaceful and safer urban neighborhoods with the highest standards of, you know, police surveillance.”

In his speech, Trump offered little details about the project, which, according to a document released by his campaign, includes among others “prosecuting the KKK and Antifa as terrorist organizations”, and causing “lynching”, an associated term in the US. With the murders and hangings of African Americans for racist reasons, it is considered a hate crime on a national level.

They also contemplate that “Juneteenth” becomes a federal holiday: this holiday commemorates the date of June 19, 1865, when a general of the Union, Gordon Granger, read in Galveston (Texas) a federal order declaring the freedom of the black slaves, two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

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The plan seeks, on the other hand, to promote economic opportunities for small businesses in the hands of African Americans with loan instruments, worth 400,000 million dollars, and technical assistance.

Trump launched this initiative after racial protests were reactivated this week in some parts of the country, after the Prosecutor’s Office decided not to charge the police officers involved in the death of the African-American Breonna Taylor last March in Louisville (Kentucky) with murder. .

Taylor died after receiving six bullet wounds in a police search of his home by three plainclothes officers who fired indiscriminately, after the woman’s boyfriend mistook them for assailants and shot at the policemen.

Since then, his case has become a symbol of the police brutality suffered by African Americans and that since the end of May, with the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, has sparked protests and riots across the country.

Since the start of the protests, Trump has blamed Antifa for being behind organizing the riots that have rocked the nation’s largest cities.

Antifa is an anarchist movement that does not have a hierarchical structure or a defined program, and whose objectives range from the most radical anti-system struggle to the search for social justice, although the common goal of its supporters is to annul the groups. fascists, racists, neo-Nazis and far right.

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Louisville asks for head of Taylor case prosecutor on third day of marches

The third day of racial protests in Louisville (Kentucky) passed peacefully, although the protesters say they will maintain their pressure so that the city cannot exit the state of emergency until changes are announced for the death of the African American Breonna Taylor at the hands of agents who have been exonerated.

Hundreds of people marched again in the streets of the city without any notable altercations, while Taylor’s relatives asked that the state attorney general, Daniel Cameron, reveal the content of the deliberations of the investigative jury that determined on Wednesday that the actions of the three police officers implicated in his death in March were “justified”.

Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency medical operator, was shot dead in March in Louisville by a group of police officers who, at night and in plain clothes, broke into her home during a drug operation and when she was in bed.

According to several witnesses, the agents broke in, without identifying themselves, and responded with an indiscriminate shooting after Kenneth Walker, Taylor’s boyfriend, shot them thinking they were intruders. No drugs were found in the home and the search was based solely on Taylor’s relationship with an ex-boyfriend.

After months of delays and partly due to the protests, Cameron decided that it would only indict a former agent who participated in the search, Brett Hankison, for recklessness, while two others were not charged with anything.

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