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Title: George Floyd One Year Later
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URL Source: https://www.unz.com/article/george-floyd-one-year-later/
Published: Jun 8, 2021
Author: JARED TAYLOR
Post Date: 2021-06-08 07:44:38 by Ada
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Comments: 1

We are witnessing mass delusion of historic proportions.

This video is available on BitChute and Brighteon.

The death of George Floyd has given rise to one of the worst mass delusions in American history – maybe world history. It is a case of collective madness that – frankly – makes me ashamed to be an American.

Let’s start with George Floyd himself. Here are his arrests, going back to 1997. His first was at age 23, and during the next 10 years he was in and out of the big house *eight* times, mostly for larceny and drugs.

In 2007, age 34, he moved up to armed robbery home invasion. He threatened a woman by pushing a pistol into her belly. Floyd got five years in prison, didn’t serve even four, and got out in 2013. He managed to stay out of prison, but he was cited in 2020 for getting into an accident driving a truck without a valid license. He was a drug addict and a small-time porn actor. Here he is with his co-star, Kimberly Brinks, in the initial scene of a video probably made in 2016.

Floyd never married but had five known children, ranging in age from six to 22 at the time of his death.

Floyd’s final crimes were taking illegal drugs, passing counterfeit money, and resisting arrest. He struggled persistently with police officers and flopped down on the street rather than get into a cop car . It was only then that Derek Chauvin restrained him with a knee on the neck for those world-famous nine minutes. If Floyd had done what the officers told him to, we would never have heard of him. Floyd had serious heart disease, had swallowed a potentially lethal dose of fentanyl, and his lungs were so full of fluid they weighed two to three times the normal weight. Obviously, that contributed to his death. Still, maybe Chauvin kept Floyd down too long. If that was bad policing, he deserves punishment, but it is absurd to find, as the jury did, that he acted with a “depraved mind” – like someone firing indiscriminately into a crowd – and was guilty of murder.

Even more absurd – and this is at the heart of the mass insanity – is the idea that this was a vicious act of racism. Chauvin was a 19-year veteran. Every policeman in America knows that the wrong move with a black criminal can end your career and ruin your life. A black officer, Alexander Keung, was right next to Chauvin with his knee on Floyd’s back. There was a hostile crowd taking videos, and the officers themselves wore bodycams. But we are supposed to believe that Derek Chauvin committed a shocking act of racism that unmasked the deep bigotry in the entire policing profession – and in the whole country? Only the willfully blind can believe this, but our country is run by the willfully blind.

In America, there is an enormous, unsatisfied demand for racism. That’s because racism is the *only* permitted explanation for black failure, no matter how degenerate. If we refuse to consider any other cause for it, there must be a terrible lot of white racism out there. And that is why blacks and the media are frantic to find it. How would Derek Chauvin have treated a six-foot-four, 223-pound, muscular *white* man who was foaming at the mouth and acting like a lunatic? Just as he did George Floyd. I see no reason to think otherwise.

But the media knew better, and the country exploded in riots, looting, and arson so bad that 200 cities imposed curfews and 30 states – every one of these – had to call out the national guard to restore order. The billions of dollars’ worth of insured damages were an American record for civil disorder. Incredibly, intelligent, highly paid people seemed to believe that those nine minutes in Minneapolis taught them harrowing new facts about America. So harrowing and so new that, unlike in any previous race riots, the country lathered blacks with money. The Economist estimated that Americans donated more than $10 billion to Black Lives Matter-related causes.

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#1. To: Ada (#0)

The MSM has made him into a GD saint. The black man who murdered a white man, got off free, in SC. This is what our system has become.

Darkwing  posted on  2021-06-08   13:15:30 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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