‘Streets are ours. Trains are ours’: NYPD issues warning about anti-cop group threatening violence

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New York City police are issuing a warning about a radical far-left group that has been using the social media platform Twitter to encourage locals to commit what sounds like acts of vandalism and violence against the city, its law enforcement, and its officials.

Known as “Decolonize This Place,” the lawbreaking group published a video Tuesday in which it blatantly called for New Yorkers to “f–k s–t up.”

Watch (*Language warning):

The idiom “f–k s–t up” has several informal definitions, all of them sinister:

Wikipedia: “[T]o cause destruction, usually public or of another person’s property. Or generally ‘causing a scene’. Or messing up somehow or making an error.”

Urban Dictionary: “[T]o create disorder (best in public).”

“To all our friends, families, students, wage workers, teachers, musicians, transit workers … ‘f–k the police 3’ is coming J31, right here in New York City,” the DTP member featured in the video above says to his audience.

“We encourage you to link up with your friends, your family, and think of the ways you can move in affinity to build and f–k s–t up on J31 all day long. … The mood for J31 is simple: F–k your $2.75. No cops in the MTA. Free transit. No harassment, period, and full accessibility. We hope that you can through and move with us on J31.”

By “no harassment,” he meant that DTP won’t tolerate New York City police officers trying to hold scofflaws accountable for violating the rules of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. One rule is that locals must pay $2.75 for a subway or local bus ride.

This growing movement against law and order started last October after NYC authorities dragged a non-paying black teen off the subway. NYC’s increasingly far-left, pro-criminal community took offense to his arrest:

 

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By late November, the movement had transformed into a full-blown protest organized by DTP and chockablock with vandalism and attacks on the police.

As of roughly 10:00 am Friday morning, DTP-promoted acts of vandalism were again being seen in the Big Apple.

Look:

 

“Some subway access doors were chained open to allow people to go through without paying the fare. Profanity-laden graffiti already was scrawled on some subway stations before the sun fully came up — and it may only get worse,” local station WNBC has confirmed.

The NYPD is reportedly aware of the group’s activities.

“While we will always protect people’s right to protest, illegal conduct that puts law-abiding community and cops in danger will not be tolerated in New York City,” NYPD Chief Terence Monahan reportedly wrote in an international memo obtained by WNBC.

He added, “It is imperative that officers take appropriate action and make arrests when they observe a violation of the law.”

And he warned that members of DTP “will attempt to disrupt public transportation, cause disorder – and physically assault police officers.”

“Friday’s gathering will be a third one organized by Decolonize This Place,” WNBC notes. “In November, dozens were arrested after a huge crowd of about 200 protesters converged in Harlem, with some of the participants leaving buses and police vehicles vandalized with anti-police messages. Some confrontations with officers turned violent.”

NYC police union warned that this movement is no joke:

There’s no reason to expect any less this Friday. Yet for reasons that remain unclear, Twitter has refused to take any action again DTP, even as it continues to post disturbing footage of its members and allies committing blatant crimes.

These protests come amid repeat attempts by officials in New York to cater to the interests of criminals and other deviants.

Last year state Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law bail reform measures that eliminated cash bail for most allegedly “nonviolent felony arrests.” However, since then an illegal alien suspect whose actions led to the death of a mother of three has been released without bail, as have six drug dealers who were pushing the deadly opioid fentanyl.

The protests also come amid Twitter continuing to suck up and cater to notorious antisemite Louis Farrakhan.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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