WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump was temporarily evacuated to the White House’s underground bunker on Friday to avoid anti-apartheid protests in the United States, according to the Secret Service, according to the New York Times.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Sunday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Journalists are also victims of harassment. More than 75 cities across the United States protested. The United States has not seen such protests since the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King. The Trump administration has deployed the National Guard, which is reserved for emergencies, to deal with the situation.
Anti apartheid movement in the United States
Killing blacks with police boots!
The anti-apartheid movement in the US is now the focus point going up behind Coronavirus. Someone killed a black man named Eric Garner similarly in Manhattan in 2014. That is the complaint of the protesters. Protesters demonstrate at the Berkeley Center in New York (Protest in New York) above the security zone. At that time- Donald Trump in the bunker has published in different medias worldwide. The incident began with the murder of a black man named George Floyd in Minneapolis. Allegedly, a white policeman crushed George with his foot. Protests against the atrocities and racism began in Minneapolis. Gradually it spread throughout the United States.
According to Al Jazeera
Incidents of vandalism and arson of government property are rampant. According to Al Jazeera, in the last 48 hours, Atlantic police have arrested protesters in groups from Brooklyn alone and taken them to the police bus. Important roads in the city have been closed. Police in riot teared a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. The administration has appealed that vandalism in one’s own city is not the solution to any problem. Talk to us soon. The protest is going on without listening to that request. There have been allegations of tear gas being used to suppress protests.
It is learned that the protest was organized under the banner “We Can’t Breathe”. The protests demanded that the US Senate immediately change the law to curb police brutality.
However, Bernice King, the daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr., has called for a peaceful protest. “Let’s all kill this evil monster in a non-violent way.” Bernice King applied on Saturday. Luther King Jr. was assassinated in 1968 during a major anti-apartheid movement in the United States.