Saturday, November 30, 2013

The Downfall Of America: Black Friday Violence 2013 - Shootings, Fights Break Out Early On American Thanksgiving Day

I have been watching for the last few years the downfall of the United States happen right before our very eyes…. I have said again and again that it is like watching a "train wreck happening in slow motion" and I have not seen anything that has changed my mind on that aspect….

But yesterday was "Black Friday" in the United States (as well as here in Canada and the United Kingdom), and it was an annual ritual of mayhem in American cities as dumbed down citizens rushed out and fought over consumer goods like wild animals!   I have read many of the reports between yesterday and today about all the fights, and shootings, that took place on this year's Black Friday onslaught, and I was shocked and amazed… Is this what most Americans have become?  Nothing more than mindless zombies brainwashed by rabid consumerism?

I want to present one of the best articles over the Internet here that describes the mayhem of Black Friday in great detail…It comes from the website: Medical Daily, at, and is entailed: "Black Friday Violence 2013: Shootings, Fights Break Out Early On Thanksgiving Day", and is a must see by everyone… I have my own thoughts and comments to follow:

Black Friday Violence 2013: Shootings, Fights Break Out Early On Thanksgiving Day [VIDEO]

It is the worst imaginable image of America: desperate consumers swarming stores and becoming violent just one day after Thanksgiving, our national holiday of gratitude, in order to shop, at a discount, for products made by workers in other countries.  Even worse, this year’s Black Friday mayhem may have begun one day early, on Thanksgiving itself.  
A rundown of violent incidents, reported by Fox News, on the holiday itself includes a New Jersey man charged with disorderly conduct and aggravated assault on a police officer at a Walmart; an alleged shoplifter/driver in a Chicago suburb shot by authorities after dragging a police officer in the parking lot of a Kohl's department store; a police officer injured in a fight at a Southern California Wal-Mart; a Las Vegas consumer shot in the leg after purchasing a big-screen TV at a Target; and, at another Wal-Mart, this one located in West Virginia, a man was slashed with a knife after threatening another man with a gun over a parking space.
For the first year ever, Macy’s, J.C. Penney Co Inc., and Kohl's Corp flung their doors wide open on the holiday itself, joining Ann Taylor, The Gap, Bath & Body Works, Old Navy, Target, Best Buy, Toys R Us Inc., and Walmart, among others. Competition is the usual reason cited as retailers’ motivation to open so early, yet analysis by Forbesoffers a more nuanced assessment of the situation. According to the magazine, data from a MasterCard spending analysis shows that almost three-quarters (70 percent) of consumer spending occurs at the first two stores a shopper visits.
Regarding his decision to open on Thanksgiving day itself, Wal-Mart President and CEO Bill Simon told Today, “We’ve been opening since the eighties. We’re in the service industry. We open when our customers want to shop.”  He also said he is pleased with the cash register results from Thanksgiving night, and also expects a lucrative Black Friday.
According to a preliminary Thanksgiving weekend shopping survey, conducted by the National Retail Federation (NRF), up to 140 million people — almost 45 percent of the country’s total population — planned to, or said that they would shop over the weekend (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). For the first time, NRF asked survey respondents if they planned to shop on Thanksgiving Day: of those who planned to shop over the weekend, nearly one-quarter (23.5 percent or 33 million) said they planned to begin on Thanksgiving Day.
In a still suffering economy, who does not sympathize with those who want to get the best possible deals on holiday gifts, as well as those who must work on the holiday?
Yet, another trend may be the most important driver behind retailers' decision to open their doors early. For the first time, just over half of all Americans (53 percent) reported that they are very, or somewhat likely, to do their Christmas shopping online this year, according to a Gallup poll. Since first asking the question in 1998, this is the highest percentage ever recorded.
Video of fight at WalMart, courtesty of TheBlackhawk715:

NTS Notes:  This video from a Walmart in the United States was the most shocking part of this entire article…. How did we ever get to the point that people fight, get hurt, and in some cases get killed, over stupid consumer products made in China?

As America collapses into a dismal shadow of its former self, we are watching again and again as American citizens have had their minds destroyed by Jewish controlled media and turned into rabid zombies by the constant push for consumerism….This shows in this annual Black Friday ritual of disgusting mayhem and spending frenzy, and it seems to be getting worse and worse every year.. Pathetic..

And do not think that I am letting Canada and other nations off the hook on this… As corporations raked in massive profits in the United States, we have watched Black Friday now spread to other nations including here in Canada…. The Canadian retailers decided a few years back that rather than avoid Black Friday, they decided to join in the ritual in pursuit of the all mighty dollar….. Canada may not have the mayhem, shootings, and fights, that have been happening in the US, but that will come here eventually!

More to come


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

it's shameful thing that people fight for shopping..
Black Friday is for all people.