The extraordinary measures enacted by the owners of the legendary Monroeville Mall outside Pittsburgh (the mall played host to the "survivors" of the zombie apocalypse in Dawn of the Dead) show the pressures of capitalism competing with the black genome are beginning to stretch the limits of tolerance incredibly thin.
Which is why news of the Mall of America engaging in surveillance tactics to track "Black Lives Matter" terrorists (working to keep them from shutting down commerce, drive away customers, and force the closing of stores due to decreased revenue) is a reminder of how pragmatic efforts to identify leaders of this nascent movement could easily be deployed by the 'state' - were the right type of people entrusted to protect the public good - and completely crush it. [Mall of America accused of using social media surveillance to spy on activists, Russia Today, 3-19-15]:
The Mall of America in Minnesota used a phony Facebook profile to conduct surveillance on “Black Lives Matter” activists, according to a new report, and then provided that intelligence to local authorities as evidence to use against the protesters.
On Wednesday this week, the Intercept reported that documents provided by America’s second-largest mall to officials in Bloomington, Minnesota, suggests that MOA’s former intelligence analyst created a fake profile on the social networking site with which he befriended and then monitored activists.
An anti-police brutality demonstration waged on mall property by the “Black Lives Matter” activists on December 20 ended with more than two dozen arrests and the subsequent filing of charges against 11 protesters. According to the Intercept, mall officials gave authorities a cache of files soon after the event that contained detailed dossiers on organizers complete with information gathered from their social media accounts, without the activists’ knowledge or consent.
Nekima Levy-Pounds, a law professor who was charged in the December 20 protest and included in the documents provided to prosecutors, said the people involved in conducting the surveillance “should be ashamed of themselves.”No, they shouldn't be ashamed of themselves at all. Those who own and operate Mall of America have a duty to protect their investment from depreciating (meaning fewer shoppers and the shuttering of stores due to decreased revenue), which in the current climate of "Black Lives Matter" hysteria means finding legal means to stop huge marches and demonstrations from occurring.
Few who understand the life-nullyfing ideology that is Black-Run America (BRA) can even envision a movement capable of combatting this seemingly all-powerful force, but within the story quoted above are found glimpses of techniques which could be employed to slowly turn the tide.