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It was murder, plain and simple. There are no contradictory witnesses, no he-said-she-said. It is on the video, with no lapses. The man on the ground is clearly heard imploring mercy, begging to be allowed to breathe. Onlookers also implore. The officer knows the man is choking, yet keeps choking him. No police protocol calls for kneeling on the neck of an unresisting and handcuffed man. It was murder. It probably was sadism.

The police said he resisted arrest. They were lying. The surveillance video makes it plain. (Apparently they didn’t know that they were on camera.)

So why were they not arrested? An arrest by police requires “probable cause,” defined approximately as “ an articulable reason for believing that a specific person is committing a specific crime.” Would not having clearly identifiable perps committing the crime on video, plus audio, provide an articulable reason?

This was not like the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, in which the cop was telling the truth, or Freddie Gray in Baltimore, in which what happened remains murky, or Eric Garner in New York, in which a grand jury voted not to charge the cop.

This time there is no doubt at all. Murder. The Minneapolis police killed him, one doing it and the others looking on. These three made no effort to stop what they could see and hear perfectly. In Minnesota, does this make them accessories? I don’t know. They were not taken into custody, suggesting that the Minneapolis police saw nothing wrong with it until the video surfaced. How many other things have they regarded similarly?

No excuse for the killing is possible. Floyd was arrested on suspicion of passing a counterfeit bill, which he may or may not have known to be bogus. It doesn’t matter. The law doesn’t allow the police to kill on suspicion of passing counterfeit money. Did he have a police record? I don’t know. Neither did the cops. It doesn’t matter. The law does not permit cops to kill for having a record.

White Nationalist sites, as for example Vdare, seek to justify it, which is impossible.

White Nationalists have a following because much of what they say is true. Blacks do in fact commit a great deal of crime. Blacks do in fact commit brutal racial attacks on whites, many of them (one of many dozens I’ll bet you have never heard of it. ) and the media do in fact hide them. Massive immigration does in fact cause massive problems. The endless trendy vilification of whites wearies. Affirmative action against whites in favor of blacks and Hispanics reasonably causes anger.

But White Nationalists in their sullen racial hatred, their lack of interest in right and wrong, are little better than Black Lives Matter–often slicker, more polished, but no better. When they defend clear murder, as they do in this case, they lose all moral authority and show themselves to be exactly what leftists say they are.

In Minneapolis blacks, as usual, showed themselves to be exactly what their critics say they are: violent, thieving, uncontrolled. Not all were thus of course, but enough always are. Don’t think so? Look at the video. They speak of justice, but always loot and burn. It is not clear how burning a store and stealing TVs contributes to justice. They will then complain that there are no stores in the neighborhood, and blame this on racism.

The protests were entirely justified. The looting and arson were not. Of course, as my wife pointed out, without the destruction nothing would be done. The government would have waited out peaceful demonstrations. Officials would say It wouldn’t do to jump to conclusions. It would take time to gather all the evidence, get the results of the autopsy. There would be a study, perhaps a commission, even a panel, and an in-depth investigation to get to the bottom of this tragic event. The crowds would dwindle as people had to go back to work. Case closed. Burning down a dozen or two of city blocks, while not excusable, does get official attention. Nothing else seems to.

Speaking of attention, the original cell phone video has by now been all over the world, along with the looting and incendiarism (though YouTube has disappeared it). It’s those damned smartphones. In a planet of videographers, the dirty linen is hard to hide. The riots, the arson, the lawlessness of both the cops and the American Uighurs they seek to control, the many tens of thousands in filthy homeless encampments on the sidewalks–these are as visible in Kathmandu and Guadalajara as they are in Des Moines: Breaking news from the throbbing heart of democracy, human rights, and exceptionalism. How must this look in civilized countries such as Finland, Norway, China, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore?

Blacks complain constantly about the brutality of police. Does it exist? Yes. You bet it does. Obviously not all cops are brutal, some departments are worse than others, but it assuredly exists. I say this having spent nine years as police reporter for the Washington Times.

Cops are not stupid enough to beat blacks in front of a reporter, but friends on various departments have told me of many such incidents, so I have seen little brutality, (though a cop in Chicago did force an Hispanic guy to strip to the waist in freezing winter wind to try to make him confess to something he probably hadn’t done.)

Perhaps worse than beatings in leading to riots is the constant humiliation inflicted on blacks by cops. In case you want examples:

I was riding one night with the LAPD in South Central with two burly guys, mid-twenties, swatted out, 870 in the rack behind, nightsticks. A late model black car, a Buick or something on that order, rolled a stop sign. The cops pulled it. Immediately both doors of the squad were open, cops standing behind them, leveling pistols toward the offending car. The following is from old memory, but close:

“Show me your hands. Step out of the vehicle. Walk backwards toward my voice. Get down on your knees. Put your hands behind your head. Interlace your fingers.”

The man was in a suit. His wife was in the car. This, for rolling a stop sign on a deserted street. If this had happened to me, which it never would, I would spend the rest of my life wanting to kill every white cop on the planet.

Another? Riding on Capitol Hill, maybe two a.m. Streets dark and empty. Down an alley, visible by a light on the back of a building, we saw a black man taking a leak. Technically, urinating in public, a misdemeanor. Realistically, something every man has done and, late at night on a deserted alley, ignorable. Instead the cop subjected him to a humiliating tongue-lashing of several minutes, said he could arrest him, etc, while the man, maybe forty-five, said “Yessir, yessir, yessir.” What choice did he have? Cops can do anything on dark streets.

Or: In the black Austin district of Chicago, in a residential neighborhood, the cop I was with was in plain clothes, the car unmarked. He had stopped to talk to someone, nothing hostile but I forget about what. On the sidewalk an old black man, maybe sixty, walked slowly past and the cop said, “Hey, wait, I want to talk to you, “ or something similar.

The man didn’t hear and kept walking. The cop rushed over, grabbed him by the shirtfront, and shouted into his face, “When I say stop, you fucking stop, DO YOU UNDERSTAND ME?”

“Yessuh, yessuh, yessuh.”

These are the kinds of things that blacks downtown go through all the time. White Nationalists I suspect have little idea of this, and wouldn´t care any more than the cops did who killed Floyd. The Nationalists of Vdare and their ilk, at least at the level of commentators, know little of cops, blacks, or Hispanics. Curiously, when riding in Cabrini Green, Robert Taylor Homes, South Central, Rockville, Anacostia, the Austin district–I didn’t see anyone from Vdare.

Blacks always complain of racism. Does it exist? Oh hell yes. Lots of blacks hate whites like poison, and lots of whites hate blacks. There are sociological reasons for this, but some other time.

When something blows, cops will usually be the fuse. The smart thing obviously would be to get white cops out of black regions and vice versa, but that would segregation and so won’t happen. Better to have city after city burn than to adopt a quick, simple, and un-PC cure.

Where is next? Milwaukee? New Orleans? St. Louis?

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  1. Rational says:

    POLICE, LAWYERS & JUDGES NEED TO BE LICENSED AND COMMISSIONS MUST HAVE PUBLIC MEMBERS.

    Thanks, Fred. Good article. I agree that we, on the alt-right, should not automatically condone the murder of a black man by a white cop, because we will lose credibility, and, police do kill a lot more innocent white people, than black people.

    So we must not automatically and blindly support the police.

    A solution to police brutality is police licensing. Doctors have to licensed, nurses have to be licensed, and so should police. Only a few states require police to be licensed.

    And the commissions that regulate them and license them should have enough public members.

    Most state bars are a sham, as they cover up attorney misconduct, and even crime, which is rampant.

    Most judicial discipline commissions are a sham, as they cover up judicial misconduct, and rampant judicial fraud and criminality, which is rampant. See:

    https://www.propublica.org/article/what-happens-when-judges-police-themselves-in-secret-not-much

    With lawyers and judges committing rampant crime, and anarchy, and all their crimes covered by the bars and judicial commissions, most of which are a sham, no wonder the police are out of control too.

  2. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:

    The usual crap. Has nobody actually LOOKED at the video: knee not on neck, knee on head. Consequently head is mobile, he is able to talk. Look at left foot of cop: relaxed, not pressing into pavement for leverage. Look at muscles in forearm: relaxed, not tense with choking effort. Look at face: mildly engaged, by no means angry or out of control. Fred, LOOK at it. In fact, it has already come out that the negro didn’t die of asphyxiation and had, moreover, underlying health problems. He probably died of heart attack, which was coming on even before he was on the ground, as he was saying then “I can’t breathe.” In fact the cop was probably trying to help him: by pinning him and blocking him with knee (not choking him with it) he was keeping him from getting violent and probably getting hurt, to say nothing of hurting cops. Cop behaved responsibly: not on him that the guy had a heart condition. What are they supposed to do: not arrest overweight, drunken or high black felons committing felonies because they might have a heart attack?
    What all this means is that EVERYTHING that’s followed from the vid is a lie–the millions in damage, the ruined buninesses and lives, the weeweed-up warbling of press and politicians of either stripe. It’s sickening.

  3. Biff says:

    The media wing of the establishment(the State) was locked and loaded long before this incident took place. It sprung into action by first using the race card – white cop/black man, and begun to disassociate itself from the incident immediately. The media didn’t use the term policeman or officer, instead it used the shortest term possible “cop” as to evade any long terms associated with “State Employee”. Then, as soon as it could it used the term “fired cop” further distancing him from the State. Also, didn’t use the term “citizen“, but used the specific term “black man” to categorize him into a smaller number of people from the larger group of citizens; so there is no the state vs the citizens but rather the state vs black man. or more specifically the racist cop vs black man.

    Then the media went on to cement the message by constantly repeating white cop vs black man pitting the people(citizens) against each other(divide and rule), and the first stupid group to buy into it was the black community – the establishment planned for this, and this is why they like the riots. It’s a perfect way to isolate the many whites who may otherwise pick a side.

    Who wins? The State, each and every time. The many will be more willing to give the State more money and power to stop the looting/rioting and reform the racist cops(don’t call him a State employee), except the State won’t do anything of the sort. They will be gearing up for the next time.

    Where is next? Milwaukee? New Orleans? St. Louis?

    • Agree: Jefferson Temple
    • Replies: @obwandiyag
    , @Wally
    , @Wally
  4. @Anonymous

    Oh, well done. You are worthy of a job at the FBI, CNN or Fox.
    Did YOU actually look? The knee is on the neck, the shoulder part of the neck, close to the neck-head junction.
    You say “look” at the cop? He’s so relaxed? And why not? He has (at a guess, between 33 to 66% of his weight — he moves so, it varies –) on the guy’s neck.
    That knee, given the position will have rolled, to some degree over the neck)
    So YOU know he was having a heart attack — even before the arrest, even stating he couldn’t breathe…. And you think this helps you? But – you ask rhetorically whether the police shouldn’t arrest “overweight, drunken or high black felons committing felonies because they might have a heart attack?” [my emphasis]. Yet you say he was “probably” already having the heart attack? In short the cops should brutally arrest people already suffering a life threatening health event? Well — truth is they do: wheel chair, child, 80 year old, they don’t give a fuck.
    But leaving that aside, your whole view collapses because there’s no suggestion he had committed a felony or a crime. That his actions (ie admittedly “probably”
    like a heart attack did not warrant such brutal treatment.
    ( LOL to the idea that he cops were “helping” him with a knee to the neck — I can’t breathe — Dr’s prescription — a knee to the neck. )
    Wonder why 4 burly cops couldn’t get or bother to get the handcuffed guy to his feet? Toooo scary…..
    You’ve twisted reality into a bowl of noodles. Why not just admit (forget the race issue) that the cop acted with, at best, a casual brutality, unjustified by the situation?
    Incidentally — it’s people like you & your bullshit that helps inflame people into rioting: even the most obvious police brutality is excused, indeed, defended. (not that I excuse the rioting, but I can, understand the motivation)

  5. Calm down Fred. You’re acting like a breathless schoolgirl. Are you not aware that there are dozens of murders in the US each and every day? The superduper-important ‘murder’ in Minneapolis, by the way, only qualifies as manslaughter since the cruel and dopey cop wasn’t aware that the criminal he was tormenting was ready to die. So chill. The white cop is going to jail. His life is pretty much over so there will be justice.

    On the other hand, there are many murderers out there, walking free, as well as many career criminals who are presently scouting for their next victims. Many of them enjoy looting stores, terrorizing whites, and burning buildings.

    Below is some raw footage of a cop killing an innocent young man. This particular killing gained far less notoriety than the recent black victim of ‘white racism’ because the victim in the footage below was white (as was the cop). Plus, there were no ensuing ‘protests’ that ended up burning down whole sections of a major US city.

    In TV-land, it’s now all about the race of the shooter and the race of the victim. What matters most is not blind justice, but controlling the narrative about race, ‘racists’, and victimhood.

    As for ‘racist (white) cops’, a 2019, peer-reviewed study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences put to bed the myth that white cops are more likely to shoot a black suspect than either a black cop or a Hispanic one. Further, this report noted that, in 2015, twice as many white criminal suspects were gunned down by police in the US than black suspects. Surprised? This fact would surely seem impossible to any regular viewer of American TV or other form of elite news media. Yet it’s true.

    Some truly fine people endure abuse and death that is far less-deserved than what befell George Floyd. So get a grip. The killing of Floyd will likely be used to terrorize and extort white America.

    Sadly, the extrajudicial killing (see below) didn’t even produce a conviction. Raw footage:

  6. He has been arrested. And charged with murder.

  7. Biff says:
    @mark green

    That video you posted was the first thing I thought of when I saw George Floyd get whacked and the shit show began, but unlike you and many others bringing up racial differences, I’m still trying to frame it as the State vs the Citizens

    The murdering perp cop in your video walked – which is a testament to how the state views our completely disposable dumb asses.

    But keep fighting each other if you want more and more of the same.

    • Agree: Escher
    • Replies: @Russ
    , @James Scott
    , @gsjackson
  8. Well done, Fred. It’s rare that one can read an article in which every last word rings true, but in this one it does. Thank you.

    • Agree: Menes
    • Disagree: Moi
    • Troll: Dan Hayes
  9. @Intelligent Dasein

    Nope, I.D., here’s a bullshit paragraph:

    These are the kinds of things that blacks downtown go through all the time. White Nationalists I suspect have little idea of this, and wouldn´t care any more than the cops did who killed Floyd. The Nationalists of Vdare and their ilk, at least at the level of commentators, know little of cops, blacks, or Hispanics. Curiously, when riding in Cabrini Green, Robert Taylor Homes, South Central, Rockville, Anacostia, the Austin district–I didn’t see anyone from Vdare.

    WTF does Fred Reed know about White Nationalists? What does he know of VDare readers (and there are no commenters, as there’s no commenting system on VDare)?

    I’m white. Our city is 1/2 black. VDare has writer Allan Wall who lived in Mexico for years. There are writers there that live in NY City, in California, in middle America. Does Fred Reed keep track of us readers and know where we all live? He’s making an ass of himself with this assumption.

    I’ve been pulled over many times, one time had a gun pulled out (not pointed yet) at a traffic stop. This is indeed about over-militarized cops, as Mr. Reed describes very well. It’s a separate issue from the black violence that he also describes very well. Mr. Reed has some bug up his ass about a group of people that may be very disparate. I never have seen the video yet, but would not be surprised either way. It’d be nice if a jury could have helped get to the truth of this particular death well before a bunch of cities were in flames.

    How’d the cops get so over-militarized? Likely it’s the hiring of “our heroes” from military, the availability of free surplus military-type vehicles, the conduct of the drug war, and lastly, the black population that has made it difficult enforce the law in the Andy Taylor fashion of yesteryear.

  10. Let me ask the commenters here which group it’s been that HAS been trying to resist the militarization of the police forces. Oh, yeah, it’s been those “muh Constitutionalists” that everyone LUVS LUVS LUVS to deride, even Mr. Fred Reed. Let me ask you all if you’ve seen many black .Indian, Oriental, or Hispanic guys valiantly standing up to the cops as “sovereign citizens” or open-carrying to protect that right, and so on.

    No, you haven’t, because it’s generally the white men who actually stand up for principle over their tribe. Once they are in the shadows, which Mr. Reed here seems A-OK with, there’s no stopping further steps toward the Orwellian Police State. These riots are not helping matters in the least and only speeding things up.

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    , @Rurik
  11. @mark green

    Top comment, Mr. Green. You deserve that yellow star.

    • Replies: @mark green
  12. Bravo Fred, though this will get you some more lifelong haters.

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
  13. @Anonymous

    To Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer
    Were you stone cold sober when you wrote this? If yes, then your hatred toward blacks has blinded you.

  14. @mark green

    Fuck off racist.

    • LOL: Wally
    • Replies: @Rich
  15. Dan Hayes says:
    @Rev. Spooner

    Fred has long been known to be an arse. Now he’s been proven to be an absolute one!

    And kudos to vdare as opposed to all the faux conservatives (Limbaugh et al and even Am Ren’s Taylor)!

    • Replies: @Rev. Spooner
  16. Jmaie says:

    Thanks, Fred. Good article. I agree that we, on the alt-right, should not automatically condone the murder of a black man by a white cop,

    I would remove the word “automatically.”

    by pinning him and blocking him with knee (not choking him with it) he was keeping him from getting violent and probably getting hurt

    40-something, overweight, face down with wrists handcuffed behind his back. What exactly are you envisioning him doing? I doubt he could even stand up on his own accord.

    • Disagree: haha
    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
  17. Pancho II says:

    I’ve had your column as my normal default on a boring day for several years, and have bought a few of your books, so this is not just a random observation.
    This time I must take exception to your apparently hopping on a bandwagon.
    I am an old white guy, and a military veteran, having served around the same time you did. As a pale-skinned veteran, that DD214 identifies me as a bona fide white nationalist. You just now used that phrase as a pejorative, as though it equated with the notion White Supremacist. I find that now-common practice as either lazy or sloppy or inflammatory. In your column, it’s rather disappointing.

    • Agree: Sulu
  18. Escher says:

    Nothing justifies what the cops did. Plain and simple murder/manslaughter. The book should be thrown at them.
    At the same time, nothing justifies turning this into a black/white issue and burning down public property and private businesses. These rioters need to be put down, hard!

    • Agree: Mary Marianne
    • Replies: @botazefa
  19. Escher says:
    @mark green

    So the murdering thug in this video actually escaped scot-free?
    How did the courts justify his behavior?

  20. ruralguy says:

    Murder? that’s not what the preliminary autopsy report indicates. George Floyd didn’t die of asphyxiation nor strangulation from the knee to the throat. It didn’t appear to be a factor in the autopsy report. Instead, it was his history of hypertension, heart disease, intoxication, and the stress of the arrest. He even complained of having trouble breathing while he was standing. The police officer was arrested, likely to appease the rioters. It’s hard for a defendant to avoid abusive prosecution, because unlike civil cases, criminal procedures have no summary judgments as a recourse to wrongful prosecutions. It depends on juries.

    Am I a white supremacist? I was born in Minnesota, in the 1950s. Then, it led the nation in education and quality of life, while its crime rate was the lowest in the nation, or vied with Massachusetts for these ranks. In 1960, 98.8% of the population was white. Time magazine ran a great front-page cover on “The Good Life in Minnesota.” But, in the 1980s, our Liberals enticed thousands of blacks to relocate to Minnesota from Chicago, by offering generous welfare benefits. After all, being a liberal in Minnesota is boring, if you can’t practice social engineering. In the 1990s and 2000s, we then had Democrat leaders flooding our state with thousands of refugees from Somali and other failed states. Now, minority students make up a majority in most Twin City school districts and many rurual school districts. My old schools were near the top of the state in the state tests, but now it is mostly Somali and ranks near the bottom in the state. When you drive through the cities, you feel the disorder. We have senators like Amy Klobucher telling us that Blacks and Somalis are good for our economy and culture. That’s funny, this state was in harmony in 1960. Now, it feels like a failed state. So, am I a white supremacist, or someone who doesn’t like what these socialists have done to my state?

    • Agree: bomag
    • Thanks: Jefferson Temple
    • Replies: @Daniel H
    , @Joseph Doaks
  21. So the murdering thug in this video actually escaped scot-free?
    How did the courts justify his behavior?

    I only discovered this footage yesterday. I haven’t looked closely at the trial or the sentencing involved. Apparently, the cop that killed this young man was not only acquitted but he is now receiving a monthly stipend as part of his police pension.

    Fortunately, the ‘white community’ did not decide to start looting the town or even occupy the local police headquarters because of the indefensible actions of one rogue cop. Civilization is too fragile for such recourse.

    On the other hand, some human groups cannot properly manage their emotions, moral conduct and base impulses when confronted with political dilemmas. Persistent failures in that arena generally result in barbarism. Adding fuel to the fire is a complicit media that describes looting, arson, grand theft, and domestic terrorism as ‘protests’.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
    • Replies: @obvious
    , @Biff
    , @Biff
    , @Russ
  22. Speaking of VDare and their writers, there’s a guy that goes by the name “Federale” who has a different side to this George Floyd arrest story – “Even Right Abandoning Accused Minneapolis Cop—But They Shouldn’t”.

    No, I don’t know Federale’s background (he usually writes with inside information about policy and bureaucratic happenings within immigration enforcement departments of the US Gov’t.) Do YOU know his background, Fred? Care to speculate, again?

    I doubt you’ll write back, Mr. Reed, which is too bad, because you might have some insight, as you rode around in cop cars a lot, and I didn’t, except for once, and it wasn’t as a reporter.

    Perhaps another commenter here with a police background could read the Federale article and then refute it or not.

  23. Ever hear of Daniel Shaver, Fred?

  24. Rich says:
    @Rev. Spooner

    Heavens to Betsy, you called him a “racist”. This not only proves you’re smarter and better looking than him, it makes you a better person than him. That word is so magical, its use renders every other argument moot, and makes the user a golden wizard. Where, oh where, did you learn such magical words? We’re all blessed to have had the opportunity to read them.

    • LOL: Sulu
    • Replies: @Rev. Spooner
  25. Jmaie says:

    Speaking of VDare and their writers, there’s a guy that goes by the name “Federale” who has a different side to this George Floyd arrest story

    Too bad Federale’s contention that, “Floyd resumed fighting after being handcuffed and had to be subdued again” turned out to be wrong…

    This is not even a “give him the benefit of the doubt” moment. Why is it so hard for people to admit that some cops are just arseholes who feel they can just do whatever they want?

    • Replies: @fnn
    , @anonymous
  26. LOL and what of the cops in Mexico? They’ll simply take you to a vacant lot on the outskirts of town and blow your brains out. After you’ve given them your ATM password.

    Did you know 98% of homicides in Mexico are never solved? And this clown, a proud defender of Mexico, goes on and on about police incompetence in America?

  27. obvious says:
    @mark green

    You’re wrong, and that’s the whole point. It is an eternal discredit to whites that they will not burn down the police station or the commercial buildings. Something has to burn and somebody has to pay for what they did to that man in Arizona and everywhere else in America. You could learn something about racial solidarity from the Black people, and Muslims too.

    • Replies: @fnn
    , @Reg Cæsar
  28. Fred, we get it, you once did interesting things.

    Now shut the f*** up about the USA that me and my descendants live in. This is not your country anymore. Write about Mexico if you want.

  29. fnn says:
    @Jmaie

    He resisted going into the police car. You know, he refused to enter it.

    • Replies: @Rev. Spooner
  30. Sean says:

    It likely was not the neck pressure at all, it was too brief and light. A common way to die in the circumstances of being held down with people using their weight to keep you immobile is the ribcage is prevented from expanding and thus breathing halts (mass deaths in crowd crushes are usually by asphyxiation from rib constriction). Chauvin had both knees on Floyd, the right knee on his upper back. Chauvin’s left knee to me appears to have been mainly hovering over and barely exerting pressure on Floyd’s neck, but that entailed Chauvin putting almost all his body weight on the other knee onto Floyd’s ribcage.

    No police protocol calls for kneeling on the neck of an unresisting and handcuffed man. It was murder. It probably was sadism.

    Floyd avoided being tasered or pepper sprayed by letting himself be cuffed, but then he would not get in the police car so they put him on the ground and as they are trained to do immobilized him. Anyone refusing to cooperate with their arrest (for anything including jaywalking) is likely to find themselves held face down on the pavement by at least one cop’s weight, and sometimes the arrestee dies of it, although not in the mass entertainment that most people get their ideas about police work from.

    An experienced MD made an incredibly stupid and bad mistake that led to Fred losing almost all his eyesight, yet he thinks Chauvin committed deliberate murder. It takes a lot more intelligence to be a doctor than a cop, but the occupations have this in common: there are many situations in which there is no obvious right thing to do so it is a matter of judgement. And sometimes they get it wrong. Now and again there is a malevolent one. If Chauvin was such and maliciously had weight on the neck of Floyd it’s strange that Chavin instantly lifted his knee and allowed Floyd to bring his head right off the ground and talk indicating that Chauvin had no weight at all on it, but there does seen to be some discernible compression of Floyd’s neck shortly afterwards when Chavin says ‘Shut up! My impression was the bystanders’ presence led to less attention by Chauvin being paid to what was happening with Floyd. It is not clear when before Floyd expired. The people nearby who were cursing at Chauvin and he put his hand in his pocket and held a pepper spray. It was at this point that bystanders milling around, shouting,crowding in on and and arguing with the Asian cop took the camera (and Chauvin’s attention) completely off of Floyd and kept it off for those vital moments when he might have been revived.

    It would have been a lot better for everyone concerned if bystanders had moved along and let the police do their job. The reason Floyd stopped breathing for 3 minutes before Chauvin noticed is because of all the carry on which bystanders were engaging in, and in fact Chauvin took out pepper spray just before it was realised Floyd was unresponsive. People do their jobs much better when not under hostile observation, let alone insults and the prospect of physical aggravation

    • Agree: SBaker
    • Troll: bluedog
    • Replies: @lloyd
  31. fnn says:
    @obvious

    You could learn something about racial solidarity from the Black people, and Muslims too.

    There was a great deal of white solidarity in the first half of the 20th Century and before. After WW2 there was a long and intense (and mostly Jewish-led) campaign against it. TBF, the campaign against white racial solidarity was also related to winning over non-white “hearts and minds” in the context of the Cold War against the Soviet Union.

    After WW2, Jews were afraid that white Americans would become the next Nazis: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/01/the_frankfurt_school_and_cultural_marxism.html

    Since the Nazis were violently anti-Semitic and since most of the Frankfurt School’s representatives in the U.S. were Jewish, much of the School’s energies after 1933 were focused on “preventing” the eruption of anti-Jewish “prejudice” in their adopted land. But the School also castigated prejudice against other groups, such as blacks, social revolutionaries, homosexuals, and women who were revolting against what they viewed as the patriarchal family.

    The best known English work written in this vein, The Authoritarian Personality (1950), an anthology of polemics warning against “prejudice” in American life, was sponsored by an emphatically liberal but also anti-Soviet sponsor, the American Jewish Committee. The same patrons also sponsored Commentary magazine. Among many others, distinguished sociologist Seymour Morton Lipset hailed TAP (and the series to which it belonged, Studies in Prejudice) as a blueprint for rebuilding American society. Contrary to what some may believe, Lipset was only slightly left of center politically. Even more interestingly, as cultural historian Christopher Lasch points out, Lipset praised the work spearheaded by Adorno in the U.S. as a means of fortifying the U.S. internally to fight Communism as well as the ideological vestiges of Nazism.

    Despite the anti-Communist mood in the U.S. at the outset of the Cold War, in the 1950s an Americanized and mainstreamed form of Cultural Marxism made powerful inroads here.

    http://www.amnation.com/vfr/archives/007815.html

    Paul Gottfried writes:
    You should read my last three books, all of which stress that The Authoritarian Personality profoundly affected American political thinking. It was essential to the postwar reconstruction of German “civic culture’ and the work was deeply admired by SM Lipset, the sponsors of Commentary, and scads of Cold War liberals. It was not necessarily viewed as the post-Marxist leftist source of moral corruption that I suggest it was in The Strange Death of Marxism. What made The Authoritarian Personality particularly insidious is that it was widely seen as a blueprint for non-totalitarian democracy both here and in Europe; and leaders in government and in universities read the book in that way. The fact that Adorno and Horkheimer (who later backed away from the implications of the work he had co-edited) were at the time Soviet sympathizers did not dampen the enthusiasm of the anti-Stalinist secularist intellectuals who tried to defend the study. Although the Jewish identity of the Frankfurt School may not have been the only factor leading to their anti-Christian, anti-fascist pseudo-science, denying its influence on the formation of Frankfort School ideas is simply silly. Adorno was only half-Jewish and raised as a Catholic but nonetheless paraded his Jewish genes in explaining how he had arrived at his critique of bourgeois, Christian society. It is furthermore is silly to pretend that Jews have not played a DISPROPORTIONATE role in greasing the skids for our moral and social disintegration. To recognize this is to recognize reality. What is more dubious is that Jews have caused this ruin, without the enthusiastic support or at least cowardly acquiescence of the white Christian majority. Although it is correct to note the significant Jewish contribution to the present decadence, it is naive to think that Jews are the only culprits in what you and I deplore.

    Prof. Gottfried replies:
    Christopher Lash’s True and Only Heaven includes a long section detailing the mainstream liberal support for The Authoritarian Personality in the 1950s and 1960s. Lipset, Hook, Daniel Bell, Arthur Schlesinger, Richard Hofstadter and the members of American Jewish Committe, who sponsored Adorno and Commentary magazine, were among the anti-Communist liberals who admired TAP and who thought that it had relevance for our country. Although you and I may be to the right of these celebrants, it would be hard to argue that no anti-Communist had any use for Adorno’s ideas.

    • Replies: @Jake
  32. Biff says:
    @mark green

    Fortunately, the ‘white community’ did not decide to start looting the town or even occupy the local police headquarters because of the indefensible actions of one rogue cop.

    Like lambs to the slaughter house completely conditioned by the media wing of the establishment. If you would like a civil war the media Axis could deliver that too.

    • Replies: @The Scalpel
  33. Biff says:
    @mark green

    I only discovered this footage yesterday.

    That’s because the establishment did its job and prevented it from circulating. Maybe one day you’ll wake up to what’s going on around you in real time.

  34. @Stephen Dodge

    and by the way, thank you for your service in Vietnam. You have been one of the great Americans whom we all should respect.

    That being said, I fought in another war in another country, a couple decades after your service, but boomers like you never gave me one/hundredth of the compliments you got for your few months in Vietnam. Lots of people my age died, from enemy action and other causes that you have no inkling about (check out how many of us are dying from cancer, including me), but boomers like you never noticed much.

    So please just shut the f*** up about a country you never plan to live in again, keep your stupid insults and outdated insights to yourself. We will do just fine without the advice of some spoiled boomer kid who lived the good life in the 50s – we have bigger problems to deal with, and all those cool things you learned running around the woods with a BB gun in the 50s are not that important anymore.

    you wanna do something useful, Fred? Go protest at an abortion clinic in your beloved Mexico,

    See how much they like you then.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @Truth
    , @The Scalpel
  35. anonymous[271] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jmaie

    If of your own volition, you commit a felony, you put yourselfelf in what might be called a lottery of force. Your decision; you must own the consequences regardless. In this case, the negro fellow rolled the dice and came up losers. He got an aggressive cop whose whole career was based on understanding how stupid blacks could be, and to save everybody turmoil, they had to be CONTROLLED HARD from the first second. Too bad George didn’t get the cop who just got his master’s in social work from Brandeis who understood and felt his pain. No, he got Derek Chauvin, hard man of the mean streets, a guy whose philosophy is aggression and control. George, too bad for you. If YOU hadn’t have gotten tanked up and tried to run a childish, unbearably stupefying felony, you wouldn’t be ass-down and dead-eyes up on the slab.

    • Agree: ThreeCranes, Sulu
  36. @Biff

    No. American hero. You weren’t there. Nothing “triggers” me, because this world belongs to people like me.

    Sorry, Biff. Be a better man tomorrow than you are today —- you can do it.

  37. @Anonymous

    Not to mention the drugs in his system. And, oh Fred, seems like you forgot that the cop knew this guy. They had worked together, so he would have been familiar with his felonious past. And, the police were called because the guy was passing a phony 20. He had a history of violence, was drugged to the gills, was a large guy and had resisted the cop’s repeated efforts to get him into the car.

    He’d moved up from Texas to start a new life. Of crime.

    You rode along in a cop car. I would wager that in most of what you saw, the cops knew or were wise to the people they interacted with. They know who commits most of the crime on the streets because, by a vast majority, most crime is committed by recidivists–and this guy was one of them. In and out of the system from juvie on.

    When you accuse Alt Rightists who cheer this “murder” of racism, it’s you who are making sweeping generalizations. We don’t hear Alt Rightists calling for the death of all blacks, they’re just not going to be upset by the death of this particular black because he was a unrepentant, noxious criminal. By his death, innocent people will be saved.

    Whose side are you on? That of the innocent who cannot defend themselves? Or the thugs who prey on them? (And don’t tell me that he was one of the innocent who cannot defend themselves just because he was temporarily subdued)

    Here’s a guy who knows about being down and subdued, a wrestling coach. He called bullshit and got fired for trying to bring the light of reason to bear on America’s insanity.

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  38. @Anonymous

    You are the vilest piece of scum imaginable. Cops murder all the time. All . . . the . . . time. You know nothing of Daniel Shaver. A white man. Cops kill more whites than blacks. And them looters? Undercover cops. You know nothing you vile piece of scum and I mean it in its literal sense.

    • Replies: @Change that Matters
  39. @Biff

    Yeah. Right. The State and the Mass Media and the Powers That Be are on “the blacks” side, and against the cops. Yeah, right. Billionaires are against cops. And for rioters. Yeah, check. Do you know anything at all about the rich? Of course not.

    Murder. Plain and simple. I saw it with my own eyes. Don’t you dare tell me I didn’t see what I saw. That everyone didn’t see what everyone saw. You people are pathetic.

    • Troll: starthorn
    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    , @SBaker
  40. @mark green

    I thought all the boneheads on here were defending the cops.

    The same ones, I mean the exact same bozos, defending the cops elsewhere on this thread are now sitting there tsk tsking about this other cop murder on video.

    So. Cops murder blacks. Cops murder whites. This should make the average person of whatever color A. Afraid of cops, B. Angry at cops, C. Opposed to cops and their murdering ways.

    But no. If they kill a black it’s good. If they kill a white it is theoretically bad, although it’s a case of just a few bad apples, I guess.

    • Replies: @Wally
  41. FB says: • Website

    Bravo Mr Reed…

    Folks, if you think it’s only African Americans that are victimized then you will have a rude awakening when it happens to you…

    James King, a young man in Michigan never did anything wrong in his life…he was jumped by undercover cops [including an FBI agent] on the basis of blatantly mistaken identity…and nearly beaten to death…

    Watch the video and listen to him describe how he thought he was going to die…

    But that vicious beating was the the beginning of his troubles…the corrupt cops and the corrupt system that lets them treat ordinary folks like a dog turd on the street, CHARGED young James with several felonies that could have sent him to prison for many years…

    The Supreme Court has now decided to hear his case…

    When will people wake up and realize that the police ARE NOT your friend…they are the armed enforcers for the increasingly criminal oligarchy and corrupt ruling elite…

    • Agree: Gleongelpi, The Scalpel
    • Thanks: Agent76
    • Replies: @James Stark
    , @Colin Wright
  42. Dumb article.

    To the right of me about three inches, Paul Kersey documents black on white crime that is MONUMENTAL AND RELENTLESS.

    I followed Colin Flaherty for years……his clips make me sick to my stomach. Colin is sent a couple HUNDRED clips of black on white crime every single day.

    There is no comparison.

    90% of cross-racial crime is black on white. Blacks are 13% of the population but they do fully HALF of all violent crime. Black on white rape runs about 20,000 in a slow year, 35,000 when they get busy.
    Imagine those numbers.
    And white on black rape is near ZERO.

    The George Floyd incident would be NOTHING if the roles were reversed. It’s only a thing because the small hat media MAKES it a thing to incite violence against white people and cops.

    Blacks kill more blacks in a few wild weekends in Chicago than the cops do ALL YEAR LONG.

    For about five minutes, the negroes had the moral high ground…..then they BLEW IT by rioting and burning and looting.

    I have no sympathy for them. Their claims are bullshit.

    The cops have already been fired and arrested.

    There is no justification for the chimpout.

    • Replies: @James Stark
    , @mocissepvis
  43. White Nationalist is just a fancy term for “racist”.

    Nothing more.

    • Replies: @Marieinbethpage
  44. Anon[392] • Disclaimer says:

    Is Covid to spike to amongst these folks out and about, so close to one another?

    Perhaps those masks will protect them. Convienient time to have a riot, when its legal to wear a mask. I wonder if Antifa noticed this too and decided the George Floyd incident was a unique opportunity?

  45. nsa says:

    Anyone else notice the cool demeanor of Officer Chauvin as he got down to the dirty distressing business of enforcing the law? How about those designer sunglasses worn atop his pate, SoCal beach style? Probably a veteran used to whacking civilians in far away lands. The white race still has an outside chance if they can find a way to clone Officer Chauvin…….calm, collected, and not at all squeamish about going into the dark psychic spaces most us normies avoid.

    • Replies: @Truth
    , @Truth
  46. @Anonymous

    Yeah because that’s what matters you retards. Not the riots and the death caused by them, or the proof that these people can’t act like humans. This one drugged out nog. He’s what matters. Who cares about the white woman who got raped and murdered by niggers last night, or the guy who just got beaten to death. And I’m sure there are many more I haven’t heard about. The only people responsible for their actions are cops. We must excuse black violence at all costs. Because integration has worked out so fucking well and must continue at all costs.

    You fucking people disgust me.

  47. @FB

    That excuses the riots. Good job. Riots justified. Some guy got a blackeye. I guess we have to let our cities burn.

  48. Richard B says:
    @Rational

    It was murder, plain and simple. There are no contradictory witnesses, no he-said-she-said. It is on the video, with no lapses.

    You know what else is on the video?

    Paramedics armed and dressed like cops.
    No medical equipment.
    No CPR.
    No neck brace.

    Oh, and here’s a fun fact. Turns out George Floyd and the cop who “killed” him worked together as bouncers at the same club.

    The cop’s neighbors say they never knew he was cop!

    And there is a lot wrong with the murder video that more than suggests it was staged.

    For example, when the ambulance arrives, the EMTs did not tend to George, they just loaded him onto the gurney without checking a damn thing, pushed him into the ambulance and drove off.

    No one at any point ever checked the man’s pulse!

    The video looked like yet another bothced job by a bunch of crisis actors not knowledgeable enough to even fake it convincingly (or maybe not paid enough to want to try).

    And the “I am so proud” from the “officer” at the end was obviously for the sole purpose of angering the public.

    And now some in Minnesota’s government are calling to declare “racism” a public health emergency like the (failing) corona show.

    I thought seasoned and cynical ole salty dogs like Fred were supposed to at least question things.

    Especially something like this.

    But that’s one of the crazy things of late. People who should know better are buying whatever the MSM throws at them, hook, line, and sinker.

  49. FB says: • Website
    @mark green

    Screw you GOOF…

    Nobody comes here to listen to some wanker condescending to the author of a very honest and necessary piece of commentary on this website [for a change]…

    The rioting that has your panties in a twist is due to the fact that this scumbag cop wasn’t immediately arrested and perp walked to jail like anyone else would have been…

    Yes, this isn’t about race as much as it is about out of control psycho cops that are nothing more than paid thugs for the crooked class of thieves that rules over us…

    Yes, white folks will be just as likely to be victimized as anyone else…so will old folks…disabled folks…young folks…household pets…and anything that fucking moves…

    Its asshats like you that need to ‘calm down’…maybe you just don’t get that a cop kneeling on a citizen’s neck might just be the last straw for many folks…

    • Agree: Menes, Menes, Menes, Menes, Menes, Menes, Jazman
    • LOL: Wally
    • Troll: Richard B
    • Replies: @Aldon
    , @Aldon
    , @Wally
  50. CMC says:

    Link to the video or videos, Mr. Reed, please?

  51. Daniel H says:
    @ruralguy

    It appears that the cop has one knee on the neck and another on the center of the back, below the shoulder blades, the knee upon which most of his body weight is centered. A knee on the back, near full body weight can easily provoke a heart attack, even in individuals without much of a pre-condition. The cop was brutal. This was all so unnecessary.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @Twodees Partain
  52. thordaddy says:

    Too many pencil-necks on this thread reliving their worst childhood nightmares.

    The “science” says it wasn’t “murder.”

  53. It was murder, plain and simple. There are no contradictory witnesses, no he-said-she-said.

    Yes, yes, but why should we care so much about this Negro when so many people everyday are killed by Negroes? Why is this Negro’s life so special?

    All these protesters and rioters say nothing about all those killed by Negroes or all those killed in Wars for Israel, but they make a big fuss about this Negro.

  54. @Robert Dolan

    No, this one drugged up felon was more important than all of the innocent people who have and will die because of these chimpouts. How dare you racist. Facts are for white nationalists. We deal in wanting the cops to let us do drugs here.

  55. Aldon says:

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/george-floyd-family-enlists-dr-michael-baden-to-perform-second-autopsy

    https://apnews.com/e27cfce9464809aa8c91afd74c930bb5

    https://wrex.com/2020/05/29/criminal-charges-george-floyd-death/

    http://www.amerika.org/politics/and-the-george-floyd-bubble-bursts/

    Already debunked. Keep up the Deendu Muffinism Freddy “Latinos Are Better Than Whiteys” Reed.

    Of course, as my wife pointed out, without the destruction nothing would be done. The government would have waited out peaceful demonstrations.

    It’s amusing yet unsurprising both an entitled/treacherous Boomer like you and your Latina wife (who unsurprisngly has an obvious disdain for Whitey) believe that elites didn’t approve and enable the riots despite police in areas like Chicago receiving orders not use the needed force against rioters, mass movements of outside protestors, BLM’s ties to George Soros. You’re a Boomer who really buys into the fantasy of spontaneously arising protestors acting out of sheer “justice” against dastardly mean and racist cops/government/Whitey.

    You think Pablo having to strip is the worst thing ever? Go look up what the Romans did to badly behaving minorities (deportations, mass executions, mass violation, resettlement).

    It was Boomers like you who worked to subvert their own society.

    • Replies: @George F. Held
  56. “I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever.” (Thomas Jefferson).

    “Folks, why can’t we just get along?” (Rodney King)

  57. Aldon says:
    @FB

    You don’t live around Niggas.

  58. Aldon says:
    @FB


    [MORE]

    Keep up the LARPing.

  59. ‘… The protests were entirely justified. The looting and arson were not. Of course, as my wife pointed out, without the destruction nothing would be done…’

    Something may well be done.

    Perhaps not what you expect, though. All this can’t end anywhere good.

  60. And why is it that only black lives matter?

    I’m aware of several grossly illegal police killings of whites in recent years. None produced widespread riots and looting — or even news coverage.

  61. Oh grow up Fred.

    This George Floyd character was an ex-con. He had an extensive criminal record of violent crimes. So we don’t know the full story yet.

    He’s the kind of guy who would probably be shooting people during these riots.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8366533/George-Floyd-moved-Minneapolis-start-new-life-released-prison-Texas.html

    • Replies: @Gleimhart Mantooso
  62. @obvious

    You could learn something about racial solidarity from the Black people, and Muslims too.

    You mean in those countries the President called open pit latrines? Fat lot of good their “racial solidarity” has got them.

    America is in bad enough shape, and you want us to follow Rwanda’s example. That’s even worse than Fred and Mexico!

  63. @FB

    ‘… When will people wake up and realize that the police ARE NOT your friend…’

    Blacks aren’t my friends either — and without the latter, we could get by with a lot fewer of the former.

    • Agree: thordaddy
  64. Wally says:
    @Biff

    – All that while “the media” attempts to hide a real ‘holocaust’, the ongoing slaughter of whites by blacks.

    recommended:
    The Color of Crime: https://www.amren.com/the-color-of-crime/
    i.e.:
    “a black was six times more likely than a non-black to commit murder, and 12 times more likely to murder someone of another race than to be murdered by someone of another race”

    also pertinent:
    Study Concludes White Police Officers Are NOT More Likely To Shoot Black Citizens
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/07/23/study-white-police-officers-not-likely-shoot-black-citizens/
    Police are more likely to shoot whites, not blacks: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/07/13/why-a-massive-new-study-on-police-shootings-of-whites-and-blacks-is-so-controversial/?utm_term=.1db63f3f7797
    Black Officers More Likely than White Officers to Shoot Suspects: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/11/26/study-black-officers-more-likely-than-white-officers-to-shoot-suspects/

    • Thanks: mark green, Pop Warner
  65. @Achmed E. Newman

    Thanks, Achmed for posting this indeed very informative V-Dare story by “Federale” about the wrongly accused Minneapolis cop.

    I

    The V-Dare article brings up a lot of points, which seem crucial and need to be looked at very carefully indeed. – Journalism as I like it – and Journalism you now have to search for. – I’ll make a donation to V-Dare right away. The best article so far about this case. Thanks, Fred Reed for motivating your readers to look very closely into that quite important case.

    Achmed, if you don’t mind: It looks as if this George Floyd case would be just another proof, that the establishment has given up on a factual discourse – in favor of an emotional discourse.
    Factual discourse is interested in clearing the factual basis of a statement, whereas the emotional discourse is primarily focused on the psychological effect that comes with a statement.

    It is widely overlooked, that this distinction of mine goes along quite nicely with the victory of the video over articles which explain circumstances. – This observation of mine fits in nicely with Fred reed here: He refers to the video in the first place.

    II

    Tom Wolfe – as the genius he was, knew what I wrote above about emotions and video and film on the one side of the current public sphere vs. factual explanations and sober analysis on the other side – and did spell this zeitgeisty wrong-headedness out in a brilliant chapter in his last novel Back to Blood.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  66. Wally says:
    @FB

    – Unmentioned by Reed:

    George Floyd, hardened criminal: https://dailystarpost.com/george-floyd-left-texas-prison-to-start-new-life-in-minneapolis/

    – No mention of the race of the Minneapolis Police Chief:

    – No mention of the leftist make up of: the Minneapolis city council, Minnesota governor, and Congressional Representatives, judges, on & on

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  67. Anonymous[850] • Disclaimer says:

    Just for the record, when I see a headline of a piece dealing with black on white shit or vice versa, I know what’s coming and don’t bother to read any further. I like the candid critiques of Zionist Israel and Jewish power inside the US, I like Linh Dinh’s pieces, I appreciate Ron Unz’s thoroughly researched contributions, but I don’t appreciate the blatant White supremacist writings containing absurd appeals to White victimhood. Racial metaphysics is a cul de sac and speaks more of the writer than his or her subject matter.

  68. Fred is definitely my favorite. But in this case I could not agree with him.
    Policeman did not kill the black man. When he says that word kill it it automatically includes intention.
    From a legal point what did happen is that policeman executed punishment on subject for resisting arrest. That is the real crime here. Policeman did usurp authority from judge in this case.
    That is the crime of the policeman. Policeman authority is to arrest the subject and submit the complain to prosecutor.
    If the injury or death would happen during subduing the subject it would be excusable.
    but the subject was already handcuffed.
    So policeman must be charged with executing punishment on the subject while already in custody.
    That it resulted in death of subject is secondary.

  69. Pft says:

    It looked like a planned op to me . Kill a black man. Have it filmed (he looked right at the camera and didn’t flinch) and released. You would think he would have yelled at whoever was recording or had his partner clear the area or at least block the camera, or just stopped what he was doing.

    8 minutes. What were they waiting for. There were 4 of them. Victim was cuffed. Put him in the car and run him in. Its obvious. They wanted a quality video and wanted it released (surveillance tapes not enough of a visual).

    Reason for op to create protests and martial law. Obviously some actors involved in violence. Contact tracing apps for virus can now be used protesters. Barrs new precrime program raring for a test run .

    Project Democracy continues. Color revolution at home. Red, White and Blue

  70. This was obviously an indirect at Vdare, cuz muh Mehico.

  71. Juckett says:

    Talking Time is over. Balkanize that failed multi – cultural disaster.

  72. Aldon says:


    [MORE]

    WELL SURE JOE BIDEN HAS BEEN FOUND BAILING OUT PROTESTORS BUT THESE PROTESTS ARE TOTALLY JUST SPONTANEOUS WiTH None ELITE SuPPort EVER

  73. @Escher

    If I recall, they said something along the lines that he had followed his training. Ain’t that sumpin’?

    • Replies: @Escher
    , @FNU LNU
  74. Dumbo says:

    Americans are gullible but then again, they are being subject to a 24h “shock and awe” psychological process, so you can’t really blame them. First a lockdown, then riots. Classic.

    Now, the death of Floyd appears to be a staged event. First of all, people filming the choking with cellphones, for minutes? I never saw that police would allow you to do that. They would likely stop you or confiscate your phone.

    Floyd and Chauvin worked together for 17 years? What are the odds of that?

    Police brutality is real. American cops in particular tend to be trained to act tough and treat everyone (white, black, doesn’t matter) like a dangerous criminal, even during routine traffic stops. It’s uncanny. So conceivably a murder like that could happen. But in front of several witnesses? With people filming with their phones? And between two people who worked in the same club? And then the protests and riots which were clearly promoted or allowed by the authorities, and now have become a “spontaneous” national movement?

    There’s something rotten in the state of America.

    • Replies: @utu
    , @anarchyst
    , @Palerider1861
  75. Biff says:
    @James Stark

    That excuses the riots. Good job. Riots justified. Some guy got a blackeye. I

    That leap in logic spans the Grand Canyon.

  76. AceDeuce says:

    Fred,

    You’re full of schitt and a yard wide.

  77. @James Stark

    Do you want to misunderstand or are you unable to understand?

  78. Menes says:

    It was murder, plain and simple. There are no contradictory witnesses, no he-said-she-said. It is on the video, with no lapses. The man on the ground is clearly heard imploring mercy, begging to be allowed to breathe. Onlookers also implore. The officer knows the man is choking, yet keeps choking him. No police protocol calls for kneeling on the neck of an unresisting and handcuffed man. It was murder. It probably was sadism.

    The police said he resisted arrest. They were lying. The surveillance video makes it plain. (Apparently they didn’t know that they were on camera.)

    Blacks complain constantly about the brutality of police. Does it exist? Yes. You bet it does. Obviously not all cops are brutal, some departments are worse than others, but it assuredly exists. I say this having spent nine years as police reporter for the Washington Times.

    Perhaps worse than beatings in leading to riots is the constant humiliation inflicted on blacks by cops. In case you want examples:

    I was riding one night with the LAPD in South Central with two burly guys, mid-twenties, swatted out, 870 in the rack behind, nightsticks. A late model black car, a Buick or something on that order, rolled a stop sign. The cops pulled it. Immediately both doors of the squad were open, cops standing behind them, leveling pistols toward the offending car. The following is from old memory, but close:

    “Show me your hands. Step out of the vehicle. Walk backwards toward my voice. Get down on your knees. Put your hands behind your head. Interlace your fingers.”

    The man was in a suit. His wife was in the car. This, for rolling a stop sign on a deserted street. If this had happened to me, which it never would, I would spend the rest of my life wanting to kill every white cop on the planet.

    These are the kinds of things that blacks downtown go through all the time. White Nationalists I suspect have little idea of this, and wouldn´t care any more than the cops did who killed Floyd.
    Blacks always complain of racism. Does it exist? Oh hell yes. Lots of blacks hate whites like poison, and lots of whites hate blacks.
    There are sociological reasons for this, but some other time.

    When something blows, cops will usually be the fuse. The smart thing obviously would be to get white cops out of black regions and vice versa, but that would segregation and so won’t happen. Better to have city after city burn than to adopt a quick, simple, and un-PC cure.

    This is especially powerful stuff because it comes from a white southerner who spent many years as a journalist riding shotgun in police cars and who has a long track record including on this forum of bashing blacks in general (including sweet old Oprah).

  79. Dumbo says:

    Incidentally, my social media timeline right now is full of, you guessed it, posts about “black lives matter”, “Justice for George Floyd” et al.

    Exactly all of them by “nice white women”. Not a single one by a male or by a “person of color”.

    White women really like to virtue-signal…

  80. utu says:

    What was the tune Fred Reed was singing in July 2016? He was shamelessly shilling for police. Read his article.

    Virtue and the Streets: A Dummy’s Guide to Police Work
    https://www.unz.com/freed/virtue-and-the-streets-a-dummys-guide-to-police-work/

    Have you ever heard an unedited interview, or any interview, with any of the cops or security people accused of gratuitously killing blacks? Or with their lawyers? With any cop at all about anything at all? That is, with anyone who might present their side of the story?

    I haven’t either.

    Has it ever occurred to you that there might be another side of the story?

    Why did Fred Reed change the tune? Or did he? It really does not matter. He is a hack. His conscience is as flexile as old whore’s orifices. An utterly amoral person. Piece of garbage.

  81. In this case I have to somewhat Disagree with Fred. He has obviously not heard the entire story nor seen the Autopsy Report as well as the investigative report that is available to the public. The video we see on the Social Media does not show the entire exchange.

    The family is calling for First Degree Murder and “nothing less”. But at this point it’s not clear that this was even a racially motivated crime. It could be serious stupidity and a Good Attorney may be able to get this guy off on manslaughter only. BUT where will this man get a fair trial? USA cities from Coast to Coast are burning and not too many people will want to risk their reputations on this guy.

    Here is link to the official Legal Complaint that includes autopsy. Of course, there will be more reports as we move towards Chauvin’s trial:

    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/6933248/27-CR-20-12646-Complaint.pdf

    * The CAUSE OF DEATH WAS NOT STRANGULATION OR ASPHYXIATION.
    * Floyd was complaining he couldn’t breath when he was still standing up.
    * The Cops ALL HAD THEIR CAMERAS rolling the entire time.
    * Floyd was being arrested for passing a $20 counterfeit bill.

    The Hennepin County Medical Examiner (ME) conducted Mr. Floyd’s autopsy on May 26, 2020. The full report of the ME is pending but the ME has made the following preliminary findings. The autopsy revealed no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation. Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by the police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.

    • Replies: @Julian of Norwich
  82. gotmituns says:

    “I can’t breathe.”
    ———————
    Should have thought of that before he tried to pass the phony $20 bill.

    • Replies: @Kapyong
  83. This Reed scumbag hates VDARE because it opposes the invasion from his beloved Mexico… Reed doesn’t like blacks as much as he leads on in this piece of crap opinion piece. Read his body of work.

    • Replies: @Truth
  84. @RichardTaylor

    He’s the kind of guy who would probably be shooting people during these riots.

    Interesting paradox.

  85. utu says:
    @Dumbo

    “Floyd and Chauvin worked together for 17 years? ” – No true.

    https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2020/05/29/george-floyd-derek-chauvin-worked-security-at-same-minneapolis-nightclub/
    While Chauvin’s off-duty job at the El Nuevo Rodeo club stretched over 17 years until a few months ago, Floyd only started working there recently as a bouncer and only worked about a dozen events put on by “African American promoters.”

  86. @obwandiyag

    And I meant it to sting, by Jove!

    Barely literate people getting mad online are quite amusing.

    MAGA: Make America segreGate Again.

  87. A multicultural multiracial multireligious society is doomed to fail. It was planned that way. Over fifteen years as a photojournalist, I’ve covered war’s in south east Asia, eastern Europe and east Africa. I’ve seen ethnic conflict. I love all peoples of the world, I’ve seen the best and worst of individual’s, but I love my people the most. That’s the heart of global Ethno Nationalism. I’m an Irishman, I live in my ancestral homeland, Ireland. I believe in ethno nationalism for all peoples of the world, protected by all peoples. To achieve this, we have to isolate the warmongers, secret societies and criminal’s. Well behaved foreign tourists and temporary essential foreign guestworkers should be welcomed everywhere. I’ve worked for a US Congressman and Presidential candidate, I know the swamp, it reaches Dublin. Google, a biblical defence of ethno nationalism, from faithandheritage.com and remember, love always.

    • Agree: Zarathustra
  88. anonymous[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    These riots are not helping matters in the least and only speeding things up.

    Which was the intention when the psy op was planned.
    People of Minneapolis: How many of your city’s police cars have license tags that say POLICE?

    We are being played like a Wurlitzer.

    • Thanks: Truth
  89. @Shh

    Actually, you’re wrong and Achmed is right. One uses ‘commentators’ for professionals, whereas ‘commenters’ refers to people like you and me doing what we are doing now: commenting as readers.

    https://grammarist.com/usage/commentator-commenter/

  90. Anonymous[635] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    How’d the cops get so over-militarized?

    A: Money, poverty, civil rights.

    Specifically,
    * Civil Rights legislation was essentially a method of putting money into Democratic voting blocks in cities that had no economic base after communications, containerization, and cheaper transports dispersed manufacturing first to rural US areas, then overseas. It was a symptom of urban poverty — only it was the city government that was poor as its tax base declined. The welfare of the “welfare clients” was of secondary importance (I had welfare worker friends back then).
    * Fred mentions riding around in police cars. That replaced the “walked beat” system because fewer police were needed to respond to crime. The replacement was arguably a serious mistake. From a systems standpoint, more mobile police forces let _fewer_ police with short communications delays respond to the same crimes more quickly than a larger police force of beat walkers. Unfortunately, these same police lose the ability to do anything _except_ respond to dispatcher calls, which are themselves responses to 911 calls. They can’t know the routine of a neighborhood, nor can they spot bad actors by the disturbances to this routine that the bad actors make. The neighborhood loses an important homeostatic element.
    * In fact, as the city gets poorer and poorer, the neighborhood loses police response time as well. “order a pizza, call a cop, see which gets there first.” The police, with no idea of who is who and what is what at the crime scene, become vulnerable to the now standard criminal method of calling the police on their victim.
    NOTE: If you are attacked, be sure to report it on your cell phone _immediately_, because the rule of thumb for the situation blind police is that first report is believed, subsequent reports aren’t, and they let the judge sort it out.

    * As the situation deteriorates, the city poorer and the neighborhoods (different neighborhoods now, the old working neighborhoods were destroyed and their populations displaced by welfare groups that actually generate Federal money for the City government) less responsive to the “find, fix, and destroy” model of patrolling in police cars. The cheap way to fix this is simply escalation dominance. Police are bloody well _told_ to use search and arrest methods (“stop and frisk”), drive by raids (“strong reaction to ‘broken windows’ violations”), and above all to _stop_ risking injuries to themselves that their union and the “health care system” parlays into very high medical costs. You notice the military nomenclature above — at this point, the city government has been reduced to occupying its own city, as they were in England prior to the career of Robert Peel back in the 1800s (https://www.ncjrs.gov/App/publications/abstract.aspx?ID=206158). The strategy of “equipment replacing people”, financially necessary as it may have been, has failed.
    * The city responds to this by making daily life more difficult for the citizens. It attacks the family and marriage, since people without family and a marriage to protect tend to ignore the city government to fight among themselves, or to simply leave the city.

    * Eventually the city grows so poor, its population has so little to lose by fighting, and its policing is so military in concept. that we get the current situation. The police are told to act as defensive forces while the real military is called in.

    Back in the 1968 riots the real military was called in also (as National Guard), with live rounds. They shot a lot, and the 1968 riots ended. Military forces can pacify a city, but usually by destroying it. No food, no water, sparse population, you get a graveyard and call it peace. This time, 2020, the the cities’ base populations have been imported precisely because they cannot do productive work in an industrial economy, hence are a reliable source of Federal welfare money. The leaders of these base populations say that liberals are the greatest present threats to those they lead, and they are correct in this. The base populations are revolting, and it’s the entire city that would have to be destroyed to get a quick military solution.

    On the bright side, the cities are not longer economically necessary — if you want to call that a bright side. However the tactical situation works out, they’re going to fade away just as the small farming market centers and the second order regional centers faded away, without even having the money to demolish their old and abandoned downtowns.

    Those who find this unnecessarily brutal and painful have rediscovered the “problem of pain”, and are referred by me to the book of Job.

  91. vot tak says:

    “White Nationalist sites, as for example Vdare, seek to justify it, which is impossible.”

    The proper term for the freaks is white supremacist, calling the buggers white natioalists is milquetoast.

    “In Minneapolis blacks, as usual, showed themselves to be exactly what their critics say they are: violent, thieving, uncontrolled.

    When whites riot, and when someone who then describes them like this: whites, as usual, showed themselves to be exactly what their critics say they are: violent, thieving, uncontrolled. The right goes apeshit harping on it being hate speech against white people. They go fucking bananas whining about such hatred for white people. But such prejudiced generalizations about black people are A-OK with them.

    The above criticisms aside, this is a a pretty good article.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  92. GMC says:

    Welcome to another episode of Social Engineering the American populace – it started 150 years ago and it has made the wealthy ” Owners” – trillions of bucks. And , the longer it lasts, the more participants it incorporates. Nothing will change unless the Owners are run out of town – for good. But , this won’t happen – Americans still haven’t figured out who has run their elections for the past century.

    • Agree: Zumbuddi
  93. @Jmaie

    40-something, overweight

    Wat?

    6’7 191lb bouncer with arms thicker than my legs.

  94. Understandably, passions run high- but I would say the only way out is complete segregation. Of course, it is impossible- yet.

    I’d agree it was murder, and- I don’t give a hoot. Even without having to interact with them, I have, you may call it “global negro fatigue” & would like this entire race vanish from the globe. Since this is impossible, the only humane way is separation.

    And it won’t happen until…and maybe it won’t happen even then. If so, the carcinogenic black race will devour everything around them & perish of its own incompetence (if not eradicated by ruthless Asians).

    So I agree with Fred it was inhumane; it was very probably a murder.

    And I, along with many other people- don’t care.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
  95. @Rational

    It is not just credibility, by condoning the murder they become another version of KKK.

    And that kills the vdare website and all it’s writers.

  96. Now that you have put China in the civilized league with the likes of Finland, Norway, Japan, Singapore etc, the unruly (because they ignore what’s clearly a murder) white nationalists deserve the hordes of chinamen in their midst which is what’s happening throughout the country.

  97. Escher says:
    @Gleimhart Mantooso

    That’s the training he got? To terrorize a scared young man into crying and then shoot him in cold blood?
    He’s probably an ex army type returned from the Middle East and/or a steroid addled psycho.

  98. @Anonymous

    Ahh, that’s new – you call the police on your victim and – just in case, you did not succeed right away, let the judges – later, so much later – try to sort this out. This means, even then, you have a good chance to win. Interesting. Wasn’t crime writer Don Winslow on twitter lately about Minneapolis – that would be a plot-twister for him, wouldn’t it?

    But your whole post ist interesting, anonymuous 635, thanks. I thought a bit of Job, right, and of the novelLast Exit Brooklyn – but also of Habakuk – and of the German Barock poet Matthias Grypius, who wrote after the 30-Years War: Was dieser heute baut / Reisst jener morgen ein/ Wo itzund Städte stehn wird eine Wiese sein / Und ein Schäfers Kind wird spielen mit der Heerden – from memory (not exactly right)

    What this one builds today /
    The other one tears down tomorrow/
    Where there are cities now /
    There’ll be a pasture and /
    A shepherd’s kid will be at play with the flock

  99. We don’t know that the officer intended to kill Floyd George, or that he knew what had transpired. Even if he intended to kill him, we don’t know that he was motivated by race. We also don’t know why he pinned Floyd on the ground, because we aren’t privy to missing footage of how Floyd ended up on the ground. Nevertheless, “demonstrators” are positive that Chauvin killed Floyd intentionally because he was black. A big part of the problem is the confidence in this story, and the media coverage that then connects the dots between Floyd, Garner, Arbery, Brown, and all the way back to Rodney King. They then announce that not only have we not progressed in 30 years, we are perhaps worse. The grand conclusions is that it’s “open season on killing blacks” in Amerikkka, and nobody gets punished for it because we live in a white supremacist society, built on the legacy of slavery, and which is held together with structural and institutional racist glue.

    The result is that people believe what they hear, and continue to hear, in the popular media, in which case while their signs say “NO JODANS! NO JUSTICE! NO PEACE!” what they are really lashing out against is not this one incident of apparent outstanding police brutality, but the whole edifice of the oppressive, racist, murdering society. This is why even after Chauvin was charged with murder, they kept protesting for “justice”. They are rebelling against the fantastical Morlocks who prey on the would-be-if-circumstances-were-different innocent, optional black-coated Eloy.

    Meanwhile in reality, as everyone here seems to know, cops kills roughly twice as many whites as blacks in a given year, on average, and nobody can name a one of them.

    “SAY HIS NAME!”

    “Uuuuuh. Uuuuuh. Opie? Richie? Bif?”

    They don’t know that around 90 police have died in the line of duty this year, 40 from gunshot. If the NEWS were objective reporting, and not hammering home this or that narrative, and they so a representative sample of police killed, and whites taken out, they’d have seen Floyd as just another casualty in a violent world where people are tacking casualties on all sides.

    However, because of the distorted media coverage that not only doesn’t share any of whites killed by cops, or police killed on duty, but instead connects the dots between every historical case of blacks killed and insists on a pattern, people are left with the overriding impression that cops only kill blacks, and for no goddamned reason except penis envy.

    I’ve been binge-watching the riots protests mourning yet another black victim of white racism, and so much of the commentary just cements this same story of lingering white supremacy, and the evil, average white person who needs to be baptized into admitting his privilege, culpability, and responsibility, after which he will become a back-seat ally to the cause of empowering blacks and other POC.

    In other words, the killing of Floyd George, and the riots, can all be blamed squarely on me because of my DNA at birth. And I just know that’s not true at all. I have nothing to do with any of that shit. The real culprit here is the media and the narrative they are feeding to everyone else. No, “diversity” is not the problem, nor tight-whitey, but the narrative that is constantly being peddled that America is an oppressive, white, racist country, and all whites are “privileged” to be a part of it.

    The cherry-picked news, the exaggeration, the connecting dots from decades apart, and the overall fairy tale about the evil white empire is responsible for the riots and looting mourning and peaceful protest.

    • Agree: ThreeCranes, CantSleep
    • Replies: @Zarathustra
    , @Anonymous
  100. BuelahMan says:

    I was riding one night with the LAPD in South Central with two burly guys, mid-twenties, swatted out, 870 in the rack behind, nightsticks.

    Damn, Fred. 1975 was a LONG time ago. Things change. Now many blacks walk and threaten with impunity in those very neighborhoods (that is when they aren’t outright fighting the southern scourge from your darling neck of the woods).

  101. A voice of sanity, a refreshing change here, thank you. It’s something to see among the articles and comments how fear has hardened people’s hearts. It really is a kind of mental illness to harbor such intense hatred for strangers, individuals you have never met. And turning off your humanity makes you easy prey to criminal con artists like Trump, and Nixon, and Rayguns, who will wave the scary black boogeyman in your face in one hand, while the other hand is in your pocket stealing your wallet.

    Yes, it is true that liberals have failed us by stubbornly refusing to acknowledge that cruel, systematic oppression does not bring out the best in human nature, that black boys and men do in fact commit violent crime at rates massively greater than other ethnics. When people of good will refuse to acknowledge inconvenient realities such as this, they create a giant opportunity for evil-intentioned persons to weasel into positions of power, to the detriment of us all. And what one prominent black leftist calls “the black misleadership class” is ever eager to stir the pot in pursuit of their personal advancement. Leaguing with corrupt Dems to torpedo the Sanders candidacy is just the latest of their recent crimes against their people – and against all of us.

    It is pathetically counterproductive for supposed friends of freedom to whine about white “privilege.” I think when they do, they are buying into the short-sighted rightwing delusion that freedom is a zero-sum game, that for some to get more, others must lose theirs. The PC crowd are also unwittingly parodying a key element of slaveholder propaganda, that whiteness is your special blessing from god; but to them it’s a curse. Good-intentioned whites need to resist when black con artists attempt to infect them with the self-hatred that is so often characteristic of a colonized people. Masochists may enjoy wallowing in guilt for things they did not do, but out in the real world, no one, but no one in their right mind, willingly surrenders an advantage that might give them an edge in the deadly game of survival in an imperialist oligarchy.

    Yet, there still are people who are such howling great morons that they really believe a Harvard professor and President of the United States is the same kind of person as the archetypal ghetto gangbanger they have been so effectively conditioned to hate and fear.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    , @VinnyVette
  102. Dumbo says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    I would say the only way out is complete segregation. Of course, it is impossible- yet.

    Segregation? Blacks used to be a problem only in Africa and in America. Now they are everywhere! All over Europe, Canada and even Asia too now. Good luck trying to segregate them! The only possible way is constant white flight, as in the USA!

    So I agree with Fred it was inhumane; it was very probably a murder. And I, along with many other people- don’t care.

    Police in America (and, increasingly, everywhere) no longer means “your good neighbourhood cop”, they are thuggish robo-cops armed to the teeth and pulling the trigger whenever they think someone is reaching for anything in their pockets. Several white individuals have been wrongly killed by American trigger-happy cops in the last years, only you don’t hear about it so much.

    • Replies: @Bardon Kaldian
  103. Rooster2 says:

    Was it murder? Yes. Do I care? No. Who’s more likely to die from a police encounter: a person who has 0 contact with police, or someone who has contact with police over a hundred times?

    It doesn’t take a genius to figure out the more interactions you have with the police, the greater your chance of dieing is than someone who never has contact. Many of the people in the black community view this as lifestyle, like “cops and robbers”, interaction with the police is as normal as breathing. Out of the million interactions they have with the police on a yearly basis, of course some will be fatal. The fans are then flamed by the media, on whichever case they’re told to focus on, and a political campaign is waged.

  104. journey80 says:

    “It was probably sadism.” Of course it was sadism. Look at his face. He’s smirking. That doesn’t change anything legally but morally doesn’t it add to the urgency of getting this man in prison for the rest of his life? He should be executed, but I’ll settle for just keeping him away from the humans.

    The charge is crap. It wasn’t third degree murder, whatever that is. It was deliberate, intentional murder, it took nine minutes, and the accomplices stood around while he killed a helpless man and protected him. Trump needs to weigh in and advocate for a charge of first degree murder prosecuted to the limit of the law, and not just for the murderer, for the cops who watched. Anyone who defends this killer is as twisted and dangerous as he is.

    • Agree: Menes
    • Disagree: Hippopotamusdrome
  105. journey80 says:
    @Anonymous

    I guess he just died to be a wussy and make a problem for that nice cop. No way the cop had anything to do with it, right?

    My god. You are no better than the murderer.

  106. Emslander says:

    Note that all of this police/black confrontation occurs in the large American cities where Democrat politicians gain their early experiences as assistant prosecutors. This would not be possible if there were not an abundant supply of young black men available as fodder for the criminal justice systems operating flawlessly therein. Amy Klobuchar, once thought to be the woman a heartbeat away from the top Democrat polititian is a good model.

    Having said that, I think that a video of an ambiguous public event is probably the most misleading thing about this entire matter. We end up knowing nothing, but FEELING a lot of things.

  107. The issue is what new events are being selected to be highlighted by who (e.g. the MSM particularly selecting events which depict black people’s victimisation by whites, given that there are many events which are examples of the reverse that they COULD select) – and then, given that these editors’ are making deliberate choices, what is their purpose in continually choosing to highlight blacks’ victimisation by whites (given that there are many many incidents which are occurring at any moment in time in which blacks are/have recently victimised whites).

    The MSM isn’t motivated by a desire to critique the way in enforcement of the law (inevitably) involves expression of racial bias, as they also highlight nonsense incidents involving “Karens”.

  108. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    passing a counterfeit bill, which he may or may not have known to be bogus.

    Come on, seriously? He might not have known?

  109. In the era of deep fake videos, it wouldn’t surprise me if the video was altered.
    Media lies a lot in this country.
    Not saying Floyd didn’t die or that he wasn’t held in that position, but the length of time could have been altered.

  110. @Stephen Dodge

    It’s so refreshing to hear from some one intelligent, for a change.

  111. Bringing perspective within the intentional deflection of the author.

    It is not about Black versus White, the good guy and the bad guy, police brutality.

    It is primarily about what police forces stand for, another tool of the power elites, not necessarily bad, or …as bad as their unethical, corrupt, disregarding policies. Policemen should realize that they go home every day, and that is where they are vulnerable. You cannot serve the overlord and not getting tainted.

    If groups that sniffed out the narrative of media-politics-banking-coronaPushers, have any ambition, it is now a great moment to implicate a bargaining position, the possibilities abound. The confusion in the street, the background noise, the overburden of the local authorities, the stress on Central Government, the help of emotional outbursts is non-neglectable for well organized, directed action. Make your point now, regain a position at the bargaining table, shake of your nihilistic stupor. The Manor is vulnerable. Disruption is a force for better order seen the circumstances. Local costs can be bailed out. As the “big to fail” are bailed out.

  112. WJ says:

    A cop was mean this blogger once and now it’s all about feelings. The riots are about a black underclass wanting more stuff.

    VDare a white supremacist site?? What a fucking moron.

  113. White Nationalist sites, as for example Vdare, seek to justify it, which is impossible.

    It’s too bad fearless Fred didn’t link to a piece which confirms his nasty accusation. Is Fred on the SPLC mailing list?

  114. WNs and BLM? Both are suckers. That’s the ruling class saying lets you and him fight. Bad cops suck. Looters suck. But the real threat, the real damage, comes from Antifa. This because they are protected by the elite. The .01% are the enemies of all of us.

    • Replies: @PetrOldSack
  115. @Dieter Kief

    Thanks for the reply, Dieter. So far, no one on this thread has read the VDare article by Federale and come back on to either agree, nitpick, or tell us all where he is wrong. I am not a cop and I don’t hang out with them, so I really would like to read here a good argument about this. No, there seems to be no factual discourse, and the rule of law is destroyed, just as down in Brunswick, Georgia, when people are arrested based solely on political reasons. We may as well just have a King again, if we’re gonna have that crap.

    As for VDare, it would be very nice of you to donate money there. The Brimelows are great people, and almost all the writers (I’m excepting Lance Welton, just because he speculates on a lot of hokey stuff) write very factual and accurate articles with lots and lots of links to back them up. The site is link city, as in the original days of the web!

    That said, I do not work for or with VDare, but I have donated money, and I have been reading it for at least 15 years.

    I read Back to Blood, BTW, Dieter, I think based on a Steve Sailer post. Unfortunately, it was from the library, and I don’t have all the wording you mention by Tom Wolfe in my head. I do remember the gist of the book, of course.

    • Agree: CantSleep
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  116. @animalogic

    “But leaving that aside, your whole view collapses because there’s no suggestion he had committed a felony or a crime.”

    Really? Weren’t the cops there because the grocery store management called them because Floyd had allegedly passed a counterfeit $20.00 bill to their cashier? Where I’m from, when a “customer” is confronted with news that he has passed counterfeit bills, management gives him the opportunity to “buy back” his counterfeit bills and only calls the po po if he starts talkin’ aggressive trash about it. And where I’m from ain’t no liberal “everybody deserves a second, third and fourth chance” Minneapolis where “all deh chillren be above average”.

    I’m also going to bet that the French Canuck cop knew about the “Gentle Giant’s” violent past and his five year prison stint in Texas for armed home invasion/robbery. Remember, they both concurrently worked at that dive ass Mexican dance hall as bouncers.

  117. Watching that Minneapolis precinct “house” get trashed, my thought was about how impressive a group Minneapolis cops are. When they’ve got somebody helpless and outnumbered, they do whatever the hell they want. When they’re faced with any sort of meaningful opposition, they run like the overupholstered cowards they are.

    I have no patience with BLM idiocy. The problem isn’t racial. Our militarized cops are cheerfully willing to brutalize, and maybe kill, white people at least as readily as black. They do it all the time, although when the victims are white, our stalwart press doesn’t think you need to know — so you don’t.

    Yes, yes, I know, there are individual decent cops. But they still willingly cover for the rest. You’re known by the company you keep. The individual decent cops had better find an honest way to make a living, and quit wearing gangster clothes.

    • Agree: anarchyst
    • Replies: @anarchyst
  118. @Shh

    I appreciate the correction, Mr. Shh, but, no offense meant, I think I’ll stick to my way. You may be technically right, but then spell-check, which never likes my “commenter”, is not the be-all-to-end all either. I do give it credit for knowing how to spell Lynyrd Skynyrd ;-} I think the word “commenter” should get into the modern dictionaries.

    Mr. Cubas explained what I was going to write pretty well, but I’ll add this: The word “commentator” to me has connotations of TV news opinion givers of old, along with the newsprint ones. To me, the written-word commentator of old was the guy with the opinion column, but there were no commenters, only letters-to-the-editor-writers. In the blogging world now, I try to keep the “posters” (who write the articles/columns/posts) and the “commenters” (who write the comments) separate. I’ve messed this up before, but to me it keeps things straight.

    Anyway, all that said, thank you for the reply. Lots of times when I type this, I wonder if someone will chime in about it.

    • Replies: @PetrOldSack
  119. @anonymous

    As a (retired) police officer of some twenty years in mostly uniform patrol, working in areas both urban as well as rural, I must say you have nailed it with this comment!

    • Thanks: ThreeCranes
  120. @Anonymous

    That was an EXCELLENT comment, Mr. #635! It goes along with some of what I’ve thought over the years, especially on what’s called “community policing” – cops getting out of cars, walking a beat, and getting to know people. You explained it all better than anyone I’ve read.

    I’m really describing the 1st 2/3 of your comment. The rest is a different subject, but I don’t disagree there either. It’d be great if the cites weren’t here anymore, but the population has gone that direction in a big way since the 1970s (arguably a century longer), and they seem to rule based on numbers.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  121. haha says:
    @Anonymous

    Yeah, sure, it was a harmless, painless, very dignified chokehold. Now why don’t you prove that by undergoing that yourself on video for 9 minutes? Get a tough black guy to apply that chokehold on you in the same position. If you live through it, you can make a lot of money by working as expert witness in similar police brutality cases. If you, err die, no doubt it will be because of some underlying health condition.

  122. @Observator

    Not a single verifiable fact, not one statistic in you comment. Just your maunderings.

    • Replies: @bike-anarkist
  123. Black Wrath is like a god that must be appeased.

    Black Thugs can toy with non-blacks like gods toy with humans. They can rob, rape, and murder. We mustn’t show any outrage over that.

    But if one of the children of the Negrod(or Negro god) is killed, then Black Wrath demands sacrifice and appeasement.

    That is the religion of America. Whites are cucky wucks who worship black rage, black muscle, black music, black dongs, black buns, and black soul.

    In the white mind, there is Black Love and Black Rage, the two facets of the Negrod. MLK is the promise of Black Love, but you must do as blacks demand. But black demands are impossible to deliver, so Black Rage rears its ugly face and punishes America with its wrath(deemed righteous in white minds because blacks have been ‘sacralized’). King Kong must no longer be fought. It must be appeased.

    In that sense, US is now a pagan nation that worships Negrod.

  124. People talk around the truth. The rule says you can’t blame Jews or blacks.

    It’s Hollywood logic or Hollogic. Even when blacks(and some antifa) do all the violence, the Jew-run media blames ‘white supremacists’.

    • Agree: Robert Dolan
  125. Anonymous[230] • Disclaimer says:

    Fred’s apparently now working as a stringer at Craft International. Nothing to see folks except police shooing away bystanders for an uninterrupted demonstration video of the Israeli police’s non-lethal, knee-on-neck restraint that’s nowhere taught in this country. Who knows, maybe the growing list of anomalies strongly presumptive of another false flag are, like 9-11, also outside the laws of physics. Maybe the police stand downs issued across the country didn’t initiate with a crisis actor like Frey in Minneapolis, which, incidentally, was named by the local Chippewa and means “place of rigged elections.”

    Sorry Fred, but you were in the military so you know as well as anyone else working for Soros, Craft, or the like that a small contingent of military police or even city cops could have shut down the rioting, arson, and looting after the first night’s destruction with a now justifiable shoot-on-sight warning. The rank-and-file cops were obviously targeted by tactical direction orchestrated through City Hall in these cities, while it appears select police units may have been used as agents provocateurs like Umbrella Man. Antifas (we won’t mention their ethnicity altho proudly proclaimed on their ethnic sites) are now conveniently hiding behind Covid-19 masks as they did getting paid by one Soros front or another as the leaderless leaders hiding behind Guy Fawkes masks during Occupy Wall Street’s public theater where feces was used as a dry run with blanks before going live this past week with fire bombs.

    Supposed mobs of rioters seen destroying Market Hall and other buildings are, in fact, very small numbers of professionals, while the nonchalance of the white bystanders proves the cops were never in serious danger—except from crazed blacks not advised it’s live street theater whose purpose is cascading economic catastrophe on top of Covid-19 economic catastrophe as the cover story hiding the collapse of credit markets conveniently implementing the long-standing plan to use “social justice” to punish whites and reduce their status to that of inner-city blacks. You might also have noticed as an adult, Fred, that although the proximate cause of the destruction is street rioting, looting, and arson, the ultimate cause is nonstop incitement to riot by CNN and the DNC, as well as the stand downs in select Dem cities and federal government, that, taken together, provide strong presumptive evidence it’s another false flag.

  126. Ahoy says:

    Events of this nature require extensive research Fred Reed before one grabs the pen and starts writing articles. This was not just a murder,

    It was a well planed process by Soros to destroy America. The movie needed two B rate actors who were very easy to find from the crime world for a few bucks.

    Don’t you ever believe you stood up for America with this article. You just knifed this country in the back.

  127. anarchyst says:
    @Escher

    A favorite tactic of police departments is to “stack” the courtroom with as many uniformed police officers as possible.

    This one tactic “encourages” the jurors to vote for acquittal. You see, us ordinary citizens picked as jurors would not want to deal with the accused officer’s “brethren in blue” in a traffic stop or other situation if we chose to convict.

    Police have nothing but time on their hands, and access to various databases and can easily find out where jurors live. If a juror who convicted a police officer needs police assistance, they may either not get it at all, or may receive a slow response.

    It’s all about intimidation, which the “thin blue line” is very good at.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  128. Wally says:
    @obwandiyag

    said:
    “But no. If they kill a black it’s good. If they kill a white it is theoretically bad, although it’s a case of just a few bad apples, I guess.”

    – Nope.

    ‘All Lives Matter’.

    – Except to Leftist Takers like yourself where clearly white lives do not matter even though it’s whites who pay their bills.

    WARNING GRAPHIC: Dallas Protesters Beat White Man to Near-Death Outside Store: https://www.breitbart.com/border/2020/05/30/warning-graphic-dallas-protesters-beat-man-to-near-death-oustide-store/

    And yep, the same old:

    Rioters Loot $85K Worth of Louis Vuitton Bags in Portland Riots: https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2020/05/30/fashion-notes-rioters-loot-85k-worth-of-louis-vuitton-bags-in-portland-riots/

  129. It was murder, plain and simple.

    He didn’t actually die by asphyxiation. He most likely had a heart attack.
    https://www.insider.com/george-floyd-non-responsive-before-officer-took-knee-off-neck-2020-5

    Looking like manslaughter, not murder. So not so plain and simple.

    The police said he resisted arrest. They were lying. The surveillance video makes it plain. (Apparently they didn’t know that they were on camera.)

    He resisted arrest by locking up. If you are 250lb you can just lock your body and they can’t simply
    load your body into the police car.

    Was this an UNZ or MSM article? Maybe wait for all the facts before passing judgement. I think the cop the should do some time but this is actually more complicated than what is seen in the video.

  130. anarchyst says:
    @Reactionary Utopian

    Here is a guest article that deserves the light of day:

    No One Cares If You Go Home Safe At The End Of Your Shift
    Jan 02, 201812:50AM
    Category: Politics
    Posted by: Michael Z. Williamson

    [MORE]

    Here at the house, I have a couple of decades plus of military experience. I have tools to dig in or out of natural disasters. I have extinguishers and hoses. I have a field trauma kit and bandages. I have weapons both melee and firearm. I know how to use them. I know how to trench, support and revet. I understand the fire triangle and appropriate approaches. I understand breathing, bleeding and shock. I know how to detain, restrain and control. I have done all of these at least occasionally, professionally. I’ve stood on top of a collapsing levee in a flood. I’ve fought a structure fire from inside so we could get everyone out before the fire department showed up, which only took two minutes, but people can die that fast. I’ve had structures collapse while I was working on them. I’ve been in an aircraft that had a “mechanical” on approach and had to be repaired in-flight before landing. I’ve helped control a brush fire. I’ve hauled disabled vehicles out of ditches in sub-zero weather.

    My ex wife has over a decade of service and some of the same training.

    We have trained our young adult children.

    My wife is a rancher who knows her way around a shotgun, livestock, sutures and tools, hurricanes and floods, and works in investigations professionally.

    Our current house guest is another veteran.

    This means if anything happens at the house, and last year we had a lightning strike, a tornado and a flood within 10 days’ we’re pretty well prepared.

    Now, we’re probably better off than 95% of the households out there. The level of disaster that necessitates backup varies.

    If we find it necessary to call 911, it means the party is in progress and it’s bad.

    You will probably not be going home safe at the end of your shift.

    And you know what? If it gets to that point, I really don’t give a shit. I don’t give a shit if you get smoked. I don’t give a shit if you fall under a tree. I don’t give a shit if you get shot at.

    Because at that point, I’ve done everything I can with that same circumstance, and run out of resources.

    If my concern was “you going home safe,” then I’d just fucking hunker down and die. Because I wouldn’t want that poor responder to endanger himself.

    Except, that’s what I pay taxes for, and that’s what you signed up for. Just like I signed up to walk into a potential nuke war in Germany and hold off the Soviets, and did walk into the Middle East and prepare to take fire while keeping expensive equipment functioning so our shooters could keep shooting.

    There’s not a single set of orders I got that said my primary job was to “Come home safe.” They said it was to “support the mission” or “complete the objective.” Coming home safe was the ideal outcome, but entirely secondary to “supporting” or “completing.” Nor, once that started, did I get a choice to quit. Once in, all in.

    When that 80 year old lady smells smoke or hears a noise outside her first floor bedroom in the ghetto, she doesn’t care if you go home safe, either. She’s afraid she or the kids next door won’t wake up in the morning.

    If I call, I expect your ass to show up, sober, trained, professional. I expect you to wade in with me or in place of me, and drag a child out of a hole, or out from a burning room, or actually stand up and block bullets from hitting said child, because by the time you get there, I’ll have already done all that. And there will be field dressings, chainsawed trees, buckets and empty brass scattered about.

    I don’t want to hear some drunk and confused guy squirming on the ground playing “Simon Says” terrified you so much you had to blow him away. I don’t want to hear that some random guy 35 yards away who you had no actual information on , may have reached toward his waist band. Or that “the tree might fall any moment” or that “the smoke makes it hard to see.”

    Near as I can tell, I don’t hear the smokejumpers, or the firefighters, or the disaster rescue people say such things.

    But it’s all I ever hear from the cops. If you and your five girlfriends in body armor, with rifles, are that terrified of actually risking your life for the theoretically dangerous job you volunteered for and can quit any time, then please do quit.

    You can get a job doing pest control and go home safe every night.

    Until a bunch of fucking pussies with big tattoos, small dicks, body armor and guns blow you away for minding your own business.

    Because what you’re telling me with that statement is, your only concern is cashing a check. That’s fine. But if that’s your concern, don’t pretend you’re serving the public. If you wanted to help people at risk of life, you would be a firefighter, running into buildings, dragging people out, getting scorched regularly.

    If you’re cool with writing tickets, then there’s jobs where you can do just that.

    If you want to tangle with bad guys and blow them away, fair enough. But understand: That means they get to shoot first to prove their intent, just as happens with the military these days. Our ROE these days are usually “only if fired upon and no civilians are at risk.”

    If your plan is “shoot first, shoot later, shoot some more, then if anyone is still alive try to ask questions,” and bleat, “But I was afeard fer mah lahf!” you’re absolutely no better than the thugs you claim to oppose. All you are is another combatant in a turf war I don’t care about.

    Since I know your primary concern is “being safe,” then I’ll do you the favor of not calling. Cash your welfare check, and try not to shoot me at a “courtesy” sobriety checkpoint for “twitching my eye “in a way that suggested range estimation.

    If you’re one of the vanishingly few cops who isn’t like that, then what the hell are you doing about it? If there’s going to be a lawsuit costing the city millions, isn’t it better that it be a labor suit from the union over the clown you fired, than a wrongful death suit over the poor bastard the clown shot? Both are expensive, but one has a dead victim you enabled. So how much do you actually care about that life?

    How is the training so bad that it’s not clear who is the scene commander who gives the orders?

    How is it that trigger happy bozos who, out of costume, look no different from the gangbangers you claim to oppose, get sent up front to fulfill their wish of hosing someone down because “I was afraid for my life!”?

    Why does the rot exist in your department?

    If you can’t do anything about it, why are you still in that department?

    At some point, collective guilt is a thing.

    You’ve probably not been a good cop for a long time.

    And I still don’t care if you go home safe. I care that everyone you purport to “serve and protect” goes home safe.

  131. anarchyst says:
    @Dumbo

    Since American police departments routinely train in israel, “we are all Palestinians, now”.

  132. HorstG says:

    The incident witch caused the death of the guy resembled the taking a knee thing.

    Taking a knee – just now they screwed a cross on the rebuilt castle in Berlin, with the Bible verse about bending the knee at it’s base.

    Philippians 2:10 (KJV) That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth;

    Just now, this project is going on for decades.
    The press is depicting the verse as “colonial”, they got a woman with Nigerian roots commenting. Connecting this to the riots is not a stretch. It’s about black people.

    https://m.tagesspiegel.de/kultur/humboldt-forum-bekommt-kreuz-der-streit-um-die-kuppel-des-berliner-stadtschloss-eine-chronik/25858830.html

    They only show that single verse, without context. It’s evil, they twist it, from sacrifice for us, to colonial dominion.

    They mock the Germans, and King Friedrich Wilhelm IV, who composed the inscription back in the day.

  133. KenH says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Thanks, Achmed. This adds a lot of needed context to the story. I’ve only had time to read bits and pieces of the story and even many on the political right are throwing Chauvin under the bus.

    I find it hard to believe that officer Chauvin would knowingly and purposely use an illegal restraint technique on a suspect especially when he saw himself being filmed by onlookers. The other problem is that the media claims George Floyd was not initially resisting arrest and that the grocery store video proves it. But curiously if Floyd wasn’t physically resisting arrest then why hasn’t that video been released to the public as proof?

    I’m not pretending to be an expert like some of the other smartasses on this and other threads who are self styled authorities on police restraining techniques. I just want the facts and the VDare article did help fill in some blanks. Fredrico acts like he’s an expert on all police matters since he rode around in a passenger side of a police cruiser for nine years as a police beat reporters, but it’s been decades since he was a police reporter and their techniques have obviously changed either for the better or worse.

    On the bright side, the person who called 911 on George Floyd won’t be charged with felony hate crimes since he’s a Muslim immigrant.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  134. Aldon says:

    Boomers like Fred Reed and cucks and LARPers be like:

  135. Alankg says:

    What this event, in relation to US actions towards other countries, is plain and simple – it is Americans looking to fix other people’s hemorrhoids when they have dynamite up their behinds….

    • LOL: Zarathustra
  136. vot tak says:

    Reed

    “The protests were entirely justified. The looting and arson were not. Of course, as my wife pointed out, without the destruction nothing would be done. The government would have waited out peaceful demonstrations. Officials would say It wouldn’t do to jump to conclusions. It would take time to gather all the evidence, get the results of the autopsy. There would be a study, perhaps a commission, even a panel, and an in-depth investigation to get to the bottom of this tragic event. The crowds would dwindle as people had to go back to work. Case closed. Burning down a dozen or two of city blocks, while not excusable, does get official attention. Nothing else seems to.”

    Democracy doesn’t work for black, working-class Americans, and these riots prove it

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/490255-democracy-black-americans-riots/

    “If 30 million unemployed was the reason for their protests – which have included rioting, the burning down of police stations and police cars, and looting the symbols of capitalism, such as that Louis Vuitton store – that would be reason enough. However, even the news that 30 million Americans are jobless with little-to-no state support for their welfare has been surpassed by the public execution of one of their citizens, George Floyd, on the streets of Minneapolis last week. His crime: being a black working-class man in America; his executioners: white police officers.

    Consequently, black and white working-class people came out onto the streets to protest, and they have been met with more state violence. The scenes have been shocking, but not unexpected. When a system and political structure is in place that does not work for you – and the ritual of voting every four years to keep that system intact means you face more of the same – your only political options are on the streets rather than the voting booth. This is why rioting – violence towards state property and the symbols of an oppressive system – is legitimate.

    It is understandable that people are calling for justice and want to see the arrest of the executioners, but let us be honest: the perpetrator in this, and in the hundreds of state-sanctioned African American deaths in the US, is their own administration. And how will the most oppressed and powerless of people hold to account a system that actively works to oppress them? Some say that voting for the ‘right’ person is the answer, but that ‘right’ person represents the wrong system.

    Can we honestly ask African American people to keep voting, in a system that is historically and institutionally racist, for more powerful white people – or, in the case of Barack Obama, an acceptable black man who believes in and upholds the same system as his oppressors?

    It is too easy and too lazy to blame the fool Donald Trump for a system whose very survival depends upon the perpetuation of racism, oppression, and inequality.”

    • Replies: @Jmaie
  137. Alankg says:

    I think it is high time for other countries like China, Russia, Iran, Syria, Venezuela, and other “shithole” countries to publish annual White Paper Report On Human Rights Conditions on the USA, just like the US does for other countries it doesn’t lime.

    • Agree: Republic
  138. Most people, it seems very clear, see phenomenon and the various episodes and scenarios through their profession, public positions. biases, and other filters. This website-run by a blue collar guy-looks at the same scenario and puts things together that make sense. That’s because blue collar people excel at reading a concrete situation for what it is. No window dressing or connection to the abstract, deductive.

    Amazing how simple, clear eyed inductive ata reveals the most likely explanation. Of course, right on cue, the Communist 1917 shock troops are instantly ready with remade signs.

    https://www.dcclothesline.com/2020/05/30/george-floyd-was-deliberately-murdered-right-on-schedule-to-unleash-race-riots-across-america-to-cause-even-more-chaos/

  139. Stealth says:

    Fred,

    Black guys like George Floyd won’t be getting a lot of sympathy in certain quarters until the black community itself is held responsible for the interracial violence they commit. White people are routinely beaten up, raped and murdered by blacks. And that’s to say nothing of the bullying and general antagonism that white people living in integrated areas are forced to put up with on a daily basis. Many victims of police brutality are real scumbags, too, which makes it even easier for people to dismiss the problem.

    As far as our psychotic police are concerned, they wouldn’t be nearly as bad in the first place if America’s black population weren’t so violent. It’s a shame.

    • Agree: KenH, Robert Dolan, Tom
    • Replies: @John Johnson
  140. vot tak says:

    ‘Light em up!’ WATCH National Guard patrol residential area in Minneapolis & shoot paint at people on their OWN FRONT PORCHES

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490283-minneapolis-porches-paint-shots/

    “Police and the National Guard have been sweeping residential streets in Minneapolis, ordering residents to obey the curfew – and marking those who refuse to go inside with paint, triggering a new wave of outrage over police abuse.

    A squad of heavily equipped National Guardsmen and police officers were seen running through a street in a suburban area of Minneapolis. The footage that surfaced online shows them approaching residents who were recording their passage, yelling “Get inside, go inside!”

    Eventually, one officer can be heard shouting “light ‘em up!” at which point the squad fires off volleys of paint at the bystanders. They swiftly take cover inside.”

    The usa, the banana republic’s banana republic.

  141. anonymous[361] • Disclaimer says:

    17 year old videographer who just happened by —

    https://www.facebook.com/NowThisPolitics/videos/1105342253173180/

    is already being harassed

    https://news.yahoo.com/traumatized-17-old-filmed-george-183516684.html

    does the GF video look like a cell phone video to you? camera is amazingly stable, she must have been pretty close to get what had to be whispered words; no background noise —

    But Factchecker has pooh-pooed the krazee conspiracy theory that GF’s death-by-white cop was staged
    https://www.factcheck.org/2020/05/baseless-conspiracy-theory-claims-floyd-case-was-staged/
    Thank goodness. I’m so assured.

    and anyway, with all the surveillance cameras everywhere and the tremendous capabilities of contact tracing to keep us all safe, surely some surveillance camera somewhere captured that 17-year old as she held a cell phone camera rock-steady for 10 minutes and nobody, not one single person or even a bit of litter blown by the wind came between her camera and the Cauvin-Floyd show . . .

    as well, thank goodness Americans have brilliant lawyers like Dershowitz — “If the camera don’t jiggle, you can’t convict.”

    • Replies: @CMC
  142. martin_2 says:

    Mr Reed is arguing with a straw man. I haven’t looked at everything on the Internet concerning this case but I have not read or seen anything on white advocate sites that remotely tries to justify or excuse what the police officer(s) did. Mr Kersey condemned it as “inexcusable” on his podcast and Mr Taylor described the officer as probably a psychopath.

  143. Justine Diamond murdered by a Somali who was employed by Minneapolis PD and previously touted as an affirmative action success story.

    No riots.

    Two negress teenagers shot on the south side of Chicago a couple days ago, by a presumably black jogger/consumer/honor student/alter boy. 2 out of dozens of black children shot every year in stray gunfire that is the result of countless petty street corner turf beefs. Over three hundred people shot in Chicago in May, most of them black.

    Not a peep from Fred and no riots.

    • Replies: @Flubber
  144. @freedom-cat

    Unfortunately, it appears there is no place for rationality in this post-truth age.

    Or as Fred might say “Autopsy? Autopsy? We don’t need no stinkin autopsy!”

    • Agree: freedom-cat
  145. Stealth says:

    If this had happened to me, which it never would

    Don’t be so sure about that. My own experience certainly wasn’t that bad, but bad enough. Long story short, I was pulled over for a minor offense, after which the police officer attempted to goad me into doing or saying anything to give him an excuse to escalate the situation, presumably so he he could beat the shit out of me and haul me in. Another cop watched and said nothing. All involved were white. Despite the fact that it was probably twelve years ago, I seethe with anger when I think about it.

    Obviously not all cops are brutal,…

    Perhaps, but most of the “good” ones cover for the abusive ones, otherwise these kinds of incidents would be far fewer and further between. Most of them are bad to some degree.

  146. @Achmed E. Newman

    Our cops are militarized to deal with savage blacks running rampant, since white citizens can no longer keep the fear of God into them. We tried being hands off with blacks in the 70s and 80s and it only lead to a surge in crime, their natural state of being when no longer forced to live under the yoke of whites. The police militarized in the 90s to deal with this insurgent force of low IQ savages since whites had let them run free for so long.

  147. Kapyong says:
    @gotmituns

    I see –
    You think he deserved to be killed ?
    If you were that cop, you’d have done the same ?

    • Replies: @gotmituns
    , @neprof
  148. Fred777 says:

    Let’s see if the China Virus spikes up in these cities in June, and what the MSM blames for the increase.

  149. Agent76 says:

    “The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people but the silence over that by the good people.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

    APRIL 12, 2019 Police Not Required to Protect; Are They Required to Serve?

    In DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Services, 489 U.S. 189 (1989), the U.S. Supreme Court held that the only duties of care required by the Constitution are those extended to individuals who are restrained by the government and therefore unable to protect themselves. This includes prisoners and involuntarily committed mental patients.

    https://www.criminallegalnews.org/news/2019/apr/12/police-not-required-protect-are-they-required-serve/

    May 27, 2020 New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death

    Four white officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been fired from the Minneapolis Police Department, but Mayor Jacob Frey is saying that one of the officers should be arrested for pressing his knee on Floyd’s neck.

  150. @ruralguy

    “So, am I a white supremacist, or someone who doesn’t like what these socialists have done to my state?”

    It’s O.K. to be both!

    “Our republican system was meant for a homogeneous people. As long as blacks continue to live with the whites they constitute a threat to the national life.” Abraham Lincoln

    • Thanks: ruralguy
  151. Why do Jews profess to love blacks so much? Cuz they squeeze blacks for all they’re worth.

    https://www.bitchute.com/video/Kcs2GA66bRan/

  152. @Dumbo

    Segregation? Blacks used to be a problem only in Africa and in America. Now they are everywhere! All over Europe, Canada and even Asia too now. Good luck trying to segregate them!

    Segregate them back to Africa, I meant. They’re not supposed to live near civilized humans.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  153. You’re a little too quick on the draw, Fred. Coroner report states that Floyd died of coronary failure… he had a heart attack. He also had “substances” in his system. Look before you leap, Magic Presbyterian.

  154. @Rational

    Gee, I thought there was a presumption of innocence in criminal matters.
    What the video clips don’t show is what precipitated the alleged event, and why things played out the way they did.
    How many people knew that there were two other people in the car with Rodney King during the high speed chase, who exited peacefully and complied with police instructions?
    Let’s wait until all of the information is in. No one deserves to die in this manner, but what is the whole story?

  155. @Richard B

    Fred’s Presbyterian Goodwhite side sometimes needs to virtue signal. The dope is married to a Mexican Jewess.

    • Replies: @Richard B
  156. @Richard B

    Agreed, a video showing a fraction of the whole does not tell the whole story.

  157. There are 4 intractable problems in USA that have no solution:
    1. Drug trafficking
    2. School killings
    3. Black riots
    4. Unconditional support of Israel.

    • Replies: @Truth
    , @Alankg
  158. Richard B says:
    @anarchyst

    Police have nothing but time on their hands, and access to various databases and can easily find out where jurors live.

    Of course, this is exactly the tactic used by two groups who control law-enforcement.

    The ADL and SPLC.

    They simply troll the FBI’s database and viola! instant neo-nazi, KKK, White Supremacist rally.

    Or can you say Charlottesville?

    I haven’t seen choreography that stiff since the Lee Harvey Oswald assassination.

  159. @Observator

    Hardened ppls hearts? It’s either “harden you heart” or die at the hands of the black plaque. Obviously we know which one you choose.

  160. CMC says:
    @anonymous

    Interesting, but I’m still failing to find an uninterrupted, continuous, unedited more than 7 minute video. To be candid, I don’t think I’ve seen more than 30 seconds.

    And thanks, but I’ll pass on logging into a Facebook account. YouTube or bitchute or a major news site please.

    • Replies: @CMC
  161. Let us not forget Fred, in the not too distant past the thug nigger who beat the sick elderly Covid patient in the sanctity of a nursing home simply for “being there”! At least Takimag isn’t forgetting!

    https://www.takimag.com/article/the-week-that-perished-89/

  162. Jake says:
    @Anonymous

    Your take on that video makes more sense than the hysterical take of so-called conservatives like Rod Dreher.

    Our Elites want this. They want the streets bloodied. They profit from it. They use the blacks as tools and weapons.

    The VDARE crowd is worse than simplistic. Its views are barely more complex than cheerleading for the ethnic, cultural, and moral views of Know-Nothings. Virtually all of which voted for Lincoln in 1860 and backed Lincoln’s war, no matter how many white men died. Then the old Know-Nothings backed Reconstruction, because their kind of Elites (pure WASP) were shitting on whites who had refused to bow to the Yank WASP and his Anglo-Saxon Puritan heritage.

  163. geokat62 says:

    No police protocol calls for kneeling on the neck of an unresisting and handcuffed man.

    Wrong. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the ADL, many American police departments (including Minneapolis’) have travelled to Israel to receive training from the IDF. This is the major reason why many American PDs have become increasingly militarised of late…

    The Israeli speaker in this video…

    … warned an American audience about this dreadful development over 7 years ago, but, unsurprisingly, few heeded his prophetic warning:

    … and if you don’t care about us, Israelis, asking for your help to stop the apartheid regime in Israel, I’m fine with that, also.

    But, you guys should know… you are next in line.

    The next one who will die from a tear gas canister into his chest [or knee in the neck] will be in Zuccotti Park, will be in Denver, will be in Oakland, in San Francisco.

    It is happening here, already. It’s happening to different people. To people of colour, to immigrants in this country… it’s already happening. You guys are next in line. The next one will die. Out of brutality of police will be one of your sons or your daughters in a protest. Because they’re training together. Training with our [Israel’s] army. Our army’s training them how to take care of the enemy. Because Palestinians are our enemy. But when they’re coming back, YOU are their enemy.

  164. @Rich

    Hello Archie with a limp prawn, I called him a racist because he is and so are you. America has rained enough death and destruction on the weak and it’s good to see this. I hope that this topples the American power structure and the Americans can breathe more freely and so can the whole world.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Poco
  165. David says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    I can’t remember Fred’s column on the 2014 Iguala mass kidnapping, where 43 high school students were disappeared without a trace or clue. A week or so later, authorities announced that they’d found a tooth, and that all the other remains had been completely burned up. Or the case of the 400 odd rapes and murders over a period of years, reported in 2012, of Honduran and Guatemalan girls taken as they tried to pass through Mexico on the way to the US. Their bodies were later dug up at an abandoned walled compound. Their luggage had already been delivered to a bunch of different bus stops, with no one to claim it. All kinds of evidence girls were being disappeared, but the Mexican police didn’t take an interest until a few victims got away and spoke to reporters. Little closure for the families. No justice for the perps. Fred must have been so incensed that he couldn’t express his righteous outrage at these incidents. He’s probably still quietly campaigning for police reform in Mexico today.

  166. @Dan Hayes

    Dan Hayes, you still keeping all those guns and ammo warm in your crack???

  167. Jake says:
    @fnn

    Paul Gottfried quote: “It is furthermore is silly to pretend that Jews have not played a DISPROPORTIONATE role in greasing the skids for our moral and social disintegration. To recognize this is to recognize reality. What is more dubious is that Jews have caused this ruin, without the enthusiastic support or at least cowardly acquiescence of the white Christian majority. Although it is correct to note the significant Jewish contribution to the present decadence, it is naive to think that Jews are the only culprits in what you and I deplore.”

    You cannot make these points too often. Per capita Jews have done the most damage – by a big margin – since WW2. But Jews have never come close t0 acting alone in that. Whites, large numbers of them, are REQUIRED to pull it off. Even more important, nothing of Leftist/Liberal perversion that Jews have led in accomplishing the past 50-60 years could have come to fruition without the build up of centuries of white rebellion against Christendom.

    Here is another truth you cannot stress too often: blacks are much worse because 0f white Liberals/Leftists; white Liberals/Leftists lead blacks to be worse than they would be otherwise.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    , @HenryTJ
  168. @Dumbo

    As I stated in another post on this article, I am a retired police-officer with some twenty years in uniform patrol — a significant portion of that time I was a Field-Training Officer (FTO).

    I have been employed by four different departments (2 municipal, 2 Sheriff) in two states, and have attended two full POST Academies, and two refresher POST courses.

    I would say this makes me somewhat on expert on what’s taught to rookie officers. When you say they are “trained to act tough and treat everyone (white, black, doesn’t matter) like a dangerous criminal, even during routine traffic stops,” you’re totally missing the point!

    There is nothing routine about a traffic-stop. If an officer begins treating it as such, he risks grave danger when he fails to expect the unexpected. What is taught is officer safety 101—your survival depends on your ability to think fast on your feet, and respond appropriately as warranted by the situation at hand. Survival in urban patrol requires never ever treating a situation as routine!

    Regarding the criminal Floyd, he died resisting arrest as a consequence of his own felonious actions…similar in a way to a perp dying of a heart attack after being tazed.

    Sometimes crime just doesn’t pay!

  169. Truth says:

    Yo Fred, this is hands down the hardest white man in America. Y’all need more like him.

    https://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhIotmpd0z05b37OL8

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    , @Russ
  170. I’ve used the following line with Progressives maybe twice: I grew up with Black people; you did not. While the actions Fred describes are unfortunate they’re also unavoidable. I couldn’t imagine being a young cop having to spend my day dealing with the Black masses, let alone the Black underclass. They’re only human. It’s the price we pay for two different human subspecies living together with unequal wealth distribution (due to IQ differences).

    Taking the 10,000 foot view, maybe neither side is right or wrong. Maybe Blacks are just being Black and Whites being White. Maybe the White Nationalists are right about their most central argument: we cannot live together and would both be happier living apart.

    The second matter is all the young, White protestors. SJW seems to be a religious fervor that filled the void left by Christianity.

    I’m starting to think that the old Southern racists were on to something: the (utilitarian) need for Christianity and the separation of Blacks and Whites.

    Finally, where’s the far right? Where’s our will to fight? How do we organize? Why don’t we fight back? It’s time for war.

  171. @fnn

    Right, so the penalty for not getting into a police car is a knee on the throat and death. Thanks for clearing this for us. Sleep tight; but a day will come when it will happen to your grandkids.

    • Replies: @Moi
  172. Patricus says:

    The officer has been charged with 3rd degree murder. There will be a trial. With any luck most of the jurors will listen and consider the evidence and arguments from both sides. There might be a few like Fred Reed who have already condemned the cop based on a video. Fortunately there should be at least a few who possess the inteligence to weigh the evidence and arguments.

    So far the video seems to condemn the cop but I wasn’t present and don’t have other evidence to consider. Lynchings always turn out badly.

    • Agree: Just another serf
  173. @anonymous

    Amazing how many commenters won’t put this guy at the wheel of his own destiny. I expect that from our broken media, but it surprises me here at Unz. One of the trademarks of a “conservative” is holding individuals responsible for their own acts, while “liberals” give everyone (most everyone, white guys excepted) a pass and blame “the environment” or “society”.

  174. Michelle Malkin henpecks the Don. Hilarious.

    She mentions Reagan as a touch law-and-order man, but times have changed. Blacks weren’t sacred objects back then. Long March through institutions hadn’t yet happened.

    Also, a Republican could win the election just be appealing to white conservative votes, as Reagan did and won in Ca.

    Today, the demographics have changed so much that Trump needs some black and minority votes to win. Also, blacks have been so lionized by media, academia, and state as sacred that it’s a tough sell to call for tough actions against black thugs.

    Also, Trump is proud of his ‘gangsta’ cred, and he’s afraid to offend Kanye.

    As the Right do not control the institutions, all it can hope for is the Long March through the INTUITIONS. Shouldn’t Americans wake up and INTUIT what is really happening with racial problems and the like?

    You don’t need all this fancy education(which are false narratives mostly) if you got intuition. You don’t need instruction when you got instinct.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  175. Mr. R says:

    White chick set the LAPD kiosk on fire.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    , @Angharad
  176. @David

    Mexican Justice System….Hah! That’s an oxymoron. To get justice done in Mexico you literally (not figuratively) have to buy a lawyer to present your case before the courts. Following through with that case will cost you dearly and you get what you pay for.

  177. Truth says:
    @Stephen Dodge

    That being said, I fought in another war in another country, a couple decades after your service, but boomers like you never gave me one/hundredth of the compliments you got for your few months in Vietnam.

    But Bro., you fought in Grenada.

  178. @Truth

    They can dish it out but they can’t take it.

    The guy was too slow nocking his arrows. He needed to practice this style:

  179. The blacks are not the issue. This is just utterly mindless nonsense. Everyone knows that black cops are more likely to kill white civilians than the other way around. The only reason these blacks are going insane in the first place is that the media has lied to them, incited them, created this gigantic stupid narrative about how the cops are committing a genocide against them just to be mean.

    If the media wasn’t doing that, the blacks would not be a problem.

    They want you to vent your anger at the blacks because they know it doesn’t amount to anything.

    Fear not the blacks who can burn your city, but fear the Jews who can release the blacks to burn your city and lock you in your house in hell.

    Andrew Anglin

  180. Truth says:
    @nsa

    The white race still has an outside chance if they can find a way to clone Officer Chauvin…….

    Not really, they’d all marry Asians.
    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/may/31/kellie-chauvin-derek-chauvins-wife-not-sister-tou-/

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  181. KenH says:

    Fredrico is a complete asshole. The police aren’t perfect and there’s asshole, power tripping cops but Fred never considers that after decades of disproportionate black on white violent crime and the racial hatred they display for whites 24/7 some of our giveashitometers are completely full. Why should whites give a damn about a race who has shown us that they hate our guts and blame us for everything that goes wrong in their lives?

    Then on top of that around twice as many white people as black people are killed by the police every year. How come every police killing of a black person is racism but every police killing of a white person is not racism? Black and hispanic cops are well represented in using lethal force.

    If some smartass is going to reply because most of the cops are white that’s false as big city police departments are more racially diverse than over.

  182. Matthew 5:5: Blessed are the meek as they shall inherit the earth

    • Replies: @Sulu
    , @Moi
  183. Anon[421] • Disclaimer says:

    This article is total hand-wringing garment rending crap.
    The so-called pillar of the community victim was known to the
    criminal justice system with a rap sheet and stints in jail.
    That ‘knee to the throat’ technique is taught to law enforcement as
    a means of rendering a resisting perp unconscious. Something did
    go amiss and Mr. Floyd died in police custody. There will be a trial
    but doubtful there will be a murder conviction.

  184. To consider the other side of the story I suggest everyone views the incident on “Blue lives matter” site, When these facts are before a jury I predict Officer Chauvin will be found not guilty but the
    story of murder will be told for a thousand years

  185. Mefobills says:
    @Bardon Kaldian

    When something blows, cops will usually be the fuse. The smart thing obviously would be to get white cops out of black regions and vice versa, but that would segregation and so won’t happen. Better to have city after city burn than to adopt a quick, simple, and un-PC cure.

    At least Fred knows what the real answer is. To re-segregate. It is un-PC, but then again PC is a sack of lies.

    Integration and multi-culti liberalism = fail.

    Good fences make good neighbors.

    So it (re-segregation) won’t happen? Anything can happen. Those same cell phone cameras with internet communication, are making the narrative of Jew= victim, and black= victim ring hollow.

  186. Russ says:
    @Biff

    That video you posted was the first thing I thought of when I saw George Floyd get whacked and the shit show began, but unlike you and many others bringing up racial differences, I’m still trying to frame it as the State vs the Citizens

    That is an important paragraph.

    When I first saw cop shin across perp neck, my thoughts went to those two Wisconsin cops berating the young mother who had committed the crime/sin of letting her child play next door. She videoed the berating with her own phone. It was upon seeing that video that it really dawned on me that we are dealing with State vs Citizens, whether within the context of the Wuhan Flu or the control of the feral or the April 2013 lockdown of Cambridge after the Boston Marathon bombing or what have you.

  187. Russ says:
    @Truth

    Yo Fred, this is hands down the hardest white man in America. Y’all need more like him.

    The associated video is from this weekend’s “protest” in Salt Lake City(!). Is a single non-white involved?

    • Replies: @Truth
  188. Anonymous[275] • Disclaimer says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    It’d be great if the cites weren’t here anymore, but the population has gone that direction in a big way since the 1970s (arguably a century longer), and they seem to rule based on numbers.

    Right, bothers me too.

    For a physical analogy, think “rip tide” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rip_current). For a strategy level analysis, see: G: Copley, _Uncivilization: Urban Geopolitics in a Time of Chaos_. For mathematical models, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catastrophe_theory

    Or think of: “The bigger they are, the harder they fall”. I wouldn’t have outlined this course of near term history even six months ago, but right now it looks like the cities are demanding resources that just aren’t there, and won’t be there, to give them. I’m not at all happy about it.

  189. geokat62 says:

    Anyone recall if Federico wrote an article condemning systemic racism after this white cop shot this white man?

    Unarmed man begs for life, shot by police :

    Description:

    Newly released bodycam footage shows former Mesa police officer Philip Brailsford shoot and kill unarmed Daniel Shaver at a hotel in Arizona. Brailsford says he shot Shaver after he reached for his waistband and was acquitted of murder charges.

    As per my previous post, the real issue is the militarisation of the police departments across the country. My bet is that like the Minneapolis PD, the PD of Mesa, Arizona probably received militarised training from members of the IDF.

    Rather than looting and blaming whitey, the protesters should be calling for an end to this deadly arrangement.

    • Agree: VinnyVette
    • Replies: @geokat62
  190. anon[311] • Disclaimer says:

    but . . . his people built Wakanda . . .

  191. The great sin of America was not slavery but enslaving big and strong savages.

    America did ‘genocide’ on American Indians, but Indians aren’t a big problem. They are not particularly aggressive or strong.

    If America had enslaved a smaller and weaker people, this would not be happening. But America had to practice Savage Importation.

    Black savagery, not slavery, is the issue. Look at Europe. It is now importing black savages as free men but it is facing the same problems.

    The lesson is, “If you’re gonna do slavery, do NOT enslave a people who are bigger and stronger than you.”

    If America had enslaved the Pgymies, there wouldn’t be a bunch of Gary Colemans who wouldn’t be acting like tough wild savages. At most, the Pygmies would say, “What you talkin’ about, white man?”

    Due to the great sin of Savage Importation, America endangers EVERY citizen. Even peoples with NO history of slave-ownership are routinely attacked or threatened by black savages. Before whites did Savage Importation, they should have considered BAMMAMA or Blacks are more muscular and more aggressive.

  192. conatus says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Yeah sixty years ago in suburban(30 miles out) NJ my friends and I were acting like A-holes in the adjoining town, the cops pulled up and a cop in a suit started slapping, with the flat of his hand(no bruises), one of my friends. No words had been exchanged, it was immediate. They took us down to the station and the suit slapped my friend some more.
    Police brutality? we did not say shit, just get us out of here!
    It worked, i have always had respect for the cops since then. Also living on the edge of Capitol Hill for over twenty years I saw how thin the blue line was, and always lobbied conversationally for a Constitutional amendment allowing the police to intimidate.

  193. Tom says:

    Fred Reed likely writes the truth about a bad cop. However, the much larger reality is that every white person in the USA should be wise and arm themselves. Whites, excluding that left-wing vermin called Antifa and those snot-nosed white girls who really should get what’s coming to them. It’s a bad time to be White in America. And it’s going to get worse. A large swath of the MSM are agents of Satan in that they condone evil time and time again. I’m curious as to whether Mister Reed has written articles calling for the proper justice of predatorial black thugs who rape torture and murder whites in increasing numbers. Or if he has written about the pandemic of Knockout-game-style violence against Whites that has been going on since the Obama administration? The AltMedia has a silo-full of documented evidence on this.

  194. @Mr. R

    Your video makes it obvious that if you want to infiltrate Antifa, just carry a longboard.

  195. @David

    I can’t remember that either, David. It must be that Mr. Reed has been assigned the all-things-bad-in-America beat. You would think that a guy living permanently in Mexico would get the Mexican Meso-American savagery beat but whoever is “the boss” must have reckoned that this is the best way to use Mr. Reed’s talents.

  196. Quoting Fred Reed:

    Did he [Floyd] have a police record? I don’t know.

    The Daily Mail (UK) has an article dated May 28 describing Floyd’s rap sheet.  It includes participating in a home invasion in which one of his accomplices attacked the lady of the house, bludgeoning her head.  Floyd has a history of cocaine use and with intent to distribute cocaine.  (The article is wrong to say that after prison he “had turned his life around” because he was under the influence the day the died.)

    So Floyd is not the saint that BLM and the MSM are painting.  Vdare’s Federale argues that Derek Chauvin is not the villain they are painting either.  (Thanks @Achmed E. Newman.)

  197. Russ says:
    @mark green

    Fortunately, the ‘white community’ did not decide to start looting the town or even occupy the local police ” because of the indefensible actions of one rogue cop. Civilization is too fragile for such recourse.

    Still striving to fathom Salt Lake City this weekend, though.

  198. geokat62 says:

    America on Video:

  199. @Achmed E. Newman

    An objective media would be interested in the position of the Minneapolis police union on this case — will they support their fellow officer or not? Also, I don’t know the law, but doesn’t there need to be an indictment by a grand jury for a murder charge? The entire governmental response looks like an emotionally driven rush to judgement before all the facts are in.

  200. Dumbo says:
    @Palerider1861

    Survival in urban patrol requires never ever treating a situation as routine!

    Yes, but maybe the problem is exactly living in a multicultural nation when you can’t know about how people will react and you think everyone can be a criminal. I don’t think the same mentality took place in the 50s in a more white America, and maybe even today in the more quiet suburbs. But because some types can be randomly aggressive or have guns, and you can’t “racially profile”, then everyone is treated like perps. It’s the same mentality with TSA, old ladies being treated like terrorists.

    But, in general, I’ve been treated better by the police in third world countries than in the US, where they are always unnecessarily aggressive. My favourite was in Argentina, where I exchanged dollars with some guys on the street, turns out he gave me some no longer valid pesos bills. I went to the police, they went back there with me, turns out they knew all the perps, they just said, OK, Fulano, give him back his money and we won’t arrest you. Lol.

    The worst was in London where I was randomly punched by a black drug addict, the police did nothing, and advised me not to press charges, and hinted that I should count myself lucky that he didn’t pull a knife on me.

  201. TRM says:

    Can you say antifa agent provocateur boys and girls? Good. I knew you could. Runs away when confronted but the one shot of his face shows he was white.

    Similar to the G20 in Montreal but one old union guy knew the routine and called them out on it:

    Much later after many denials the government admitted they were cops but were “just there to observe”. Yea right and the chunks of concrete in their hands was just a prop?

    • Thanks: utu
    • Replies: @Realist
  202. @Change that Matters

    Yes, MAGA is good, and we should always make America great in every way!

    Now, I’m leaning toward “Make American Society Safe Again”

    MASSA

  203. Sulu says:
    @Stephen Dodge

    Yeah, 6 feet under the Earth.

    Sulu

  204. anon[427] • Disclaimer says:

    “I would spend the rest of my life wanting to kill every white cop on the planet.”

    With your statement in my mind, I had a black cop arrest me for jay-walking, was just playing in the back of the squad car and slipped my hands out of the handcuffs, he pulled over and re-cuffed me and then was banging my head at the door when I didn’t easily go in and then later landed me in the women’s prison.
    Yet I don’t hate every cop on the planet.

  205. @Priss Factor

    I disagree with this analysis, P.F. Trump does NOT need ANY black and other minority votes to win. If he had accomplished a serious, significant part of his Candidate Trump agenda, 2 things would be true:

    1) There’d by a couple of million immigrants who never got here, so won’t be voting D (more important is their progeny and chain immigration to come).

    2) White turnout would be hellacious, maybe 80-90%.

    Imagine if he’d brought most of the troops home, getting us out of about 5 or 10 quagmires around the world. That’d neutralize the votes against him from white people who are old-fashioned left. If immigration had been seriously curtailed by now, the people on the patriotic right who didn’t vote for him last time would get told by their friends and family to “GTFO and vote!” Any neocon opposition is mainly in the small group of elites, not the American people.

    You analysis on the voting could be right for 2028 though. Demographics are changing pretty fast – Donald Trump has done hardly anything serious to change that.

  206. Mefobills says:
    @Truth

    Not really, they’d all marry Asians.

    Liberalism, cultural communism, and Frankfurt skool has taught white women they are = to men.

    In reality ….They are not equal. But, that lie is promulgated, and white women have lapped it up.

    The objective was to break down society to be “repaired” with Tikkun Olam. Another objective was to create new debtors to pay for old debts. New debtors were needed especially starting in the late 60’s.

    Break down the family, empower wymn to be new debt slaves… it is a Tikkun liberal twofer.

    So, it is a two front war, where white women and blacks have been duped and weaponized.

    A small percentage of northeast-asian women have fallen for liberal brainwashing, but white women have bought it hook, line and sinker – even to the point of hating their own sons, and husbands.

    Thanks Jews.

    Perhaps Asian women have a more logical mind, and are not as prone to becoming dupes? This can be seen in the higher proportion of Asian women in STEM fields as compared to white women.

    • Replies: @Truth
  207. Moi says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    While that cop should face justice, there is no excuse for anyone burning and vandalizing buildings, cars etc. Some of these people are not protesters because they have crossed the line and become rioters.

    The death of this black man probably has less to do with the fact that he was black, but with the cop culture that treats people this way. One reason you left out about the militarization of our police is that so many police departments have been sent for additional training to our favorite nation–Israel.

  208. Moi says:
    @Stephen Dodge

    That one does not apply to our fair country 🙁

  209. Truth says:
    @Thales the Milesian

    1. Drug trafficking
    2. School killings
    3. Black riots
    4. Unconditional support of Israel.

    1. Teach your children about God.
    2. Teach your children about God.
    3. Read the bible.
    4. Read the bible.

  210. Truth says:
    @Stonewall Jackson

    Reed doesn’t like blacks as much as he leads on

    Well that’s just it, Old Sport. Frijole Fred has minced no words in the past, about his hatred for blacks.
    That is what makes the article relevant.

  211. Truth says:
    @nsa

    Anyway, Chauvin, or whatever his real name is, is a thespian not a police officer.

    No!

    If you want to clone someone’s DNA to create a new, white, Moses – this is the gentleman I would nominate. He is the man all of your daddy’s were hoping that they had sired. A real white MAN!*

    I personally think this unkown hero should go by the moniker; One Riot, One Ranger.

    https://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhIotmpd0z05b37OL8&fbclid=IwAR0ATxv9-tLkuTUB5-i7aCi0xFGRLkrgVUuvI0-Io7wvY1W4De0CNAA9sQ8

    (*If you look at that video in a certain way, it could almost be a harbinger of the future of America… almost).

  212. Why this rush to judgement?

    The medical examiner’s report indicated that George Floyd did NOT die as a result of Officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on his neck, for the fact that George Floyd was able to talk was proof that he could still breathe.

    Furthermore, Minneapolis police guidelines on use of force reportedly included kneeling on a perpetrator’s neck as being recommended for non-lethal restraint.

    When black people die at the hands of police, it is almost always a result of their own actions, and strangely, the news media rarely, if ever, reports the entire story.

    Indeed, doesn’t censorship and repression of unpleasant truths further aggravate any negative perceptions?

    Whence the roots of so-called “racism”?

    Could it be almost constantly seeing the stark differences in the behavior of the black community versus all others?

    To quote Martin Luther King, black people should “be judged, not for the color of their skin, but for the content of their character”.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    , @Alankg
  213. Ragno says:

    Ahhh, that’s my Fred! Don’t get me wrong – as a COPD sufferer, my sympathies are always with anyone in a prone position pleading “I can’t breathe”, having little to no patience with the sorts of forensic windbags who decide “if you can talk, you can breathe just fine.”

    But.

    Fred Reed is once again, sad to say, reliably full of shit here.

    Besides the insanity of the idea that the entire, decades-long laundry list of atrocities he claims to believe as truthful (“blacks do in fact commit a great deal of crime; blacks do in fact commit brutal racial attacks on whites, many of them, and the media do in fact hide them; the endless trendy vilification of whites wearies”, etc) is magically mitigated down to misdemeanor status by the unlawful death of ONE Negro in custody, there is that stubborn fact that the grand total of Justified Rage Riots that followed the senseless murder of a white woman by a Somali cop two years ago was ZERO. (Luckily, that poor woman was dead and buried before Fred, and a few million internet lemmings, could further shit in her open casket by referring to her as a “Karen”.

    But let’s be honest: the moment he just happens to pull VDare out of thin air as a sullen, hate-agenda’d white nationalist entity chosen purely at random is the moment the reader can safely crumple up Fred’s article into a ball and go for the three-pointer in the wastebasket across the room.

    Let the record state that behind Fred’s purely-coincidental choice of VDare was accompanied by the shrieking machine-gun Spanglish of that woman he chooses to sleep with; in fact, if you close your eyes you can hear her from the next room: “Pendejo! Didjoo call out those cabrones at VDare yet, hah? Joo make sure you tell that asshole Breem-a-low que es un hijo de puta con chocha sucia! And he looks like an maricon with that fockin’ hair!” with the annoying precision of a dentist’s drill.

    Poor Fred! By now, it’s easy to tell when he’s pleading “Goddammit, can’t you hear the typewriter? I’m writing it now!!” It’s when he attempts to lecture some of the best-informed readers in America about How The Big Scary World Actually Works. (Ron Unz pulls this one from time to time as well; you magically become a knuckle-dragging yokel who’ll buy any cock-and-bull story out there – whenever you choose not to buy one of his.)

    OK, Fred; you wrote it, signed it and hit send; you’re now out of the doghouse. Again. See you next week, I suppose, for another chapter from that book you’ve been compiling for two decades now: How Blacks Are Simply Impervious To Civilization, or, You Can’t Co-Exist With A Cannibal.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • LOL: Bragadocious
    • Replies: @anon
  214. Rich says:
    @Rev. Spooner

    “Racist” means White. I’m White, so I guess you’re right. Other than meaning White, it has no other meaning than to expose whoever uses it as a clown. Do you jokers think calling someone a meaningless name has any effect at all? Are you scared of witches and warlocks, too?

    • Agree: Poco
  215. @Palerider1861

    If Floyd was being difficult to manage why didn’t they also bind his feet with those plastic restraints or a belt and just left him to lie down instead of kneeling on his neck? Seems like those cops are not as quick thinking or as smart as you claim.

  216. Moi says:
    @Rev. Spooner

    One must obey a cop’s order (no matter how gonzo it might be)–otherwise, one disobeys at one’s peril.

  217. Mefobills says:

    Jurisprudence requires that all data becomes available, before passing legal judgement.

    https://www.redstate.com/elizabeth-vaughn/2020/05/29/preliminary-autopsy-results-for-george-floyd-show-no-signs-of-strangulation/

    Maybe the autopsy is a fake? It is over to the legal system now, but unfortunately the press and its (((Paymasters))) want chaos.

    Buy up the country when there is blood in the streets. Oh… and it is glorious to get rich even if it is usurious. The church has been usurped and no longer has moral authority, especially in economic affairs.

    Chaos keeps an average sheeple person from looking up at who the true culprits are.

    The autopsy revealed no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation. Mr. Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of Mr. Floyd being restrained by the police, his underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.

  218. @Stealth

    As far as our psychotic police are concerned, they wouldn’t be nearly as bad in the first place if America’s black population weren’t so violent. It’s a shame.

    The real source of frustration for police is that they are expected to burden the reality of race while lilly White liberals and Christian conservatives can live isolated in the burbs.

    America is trying to live a fantasy of race not existing. People on the frontlines aren’t able to live that fantasy.

  219. @Palerider1861

    He did not resist arrest. He refused to get into car. When the police were pushing him he kept shaking them off by his one leg against the car. Eventually he fell down and then one policeman by knee did kept him down just so he cools off. Eventually he got a heart attack.

    • Replies: @Zarathustra
  220. Agent76 says:

    May 31, 2020 The Media and Police Finally Admit Someone Died from Underlying Health Conditions… And It Was…

  221. Wally says:
    @Biff

    In addition & about time:

    Trump: The United States will Designate Antifa as a Terrorist Organization: https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/31/donald-trump-the-united-states-will-designate-antifa-as-a-terrorist-organization/

    • Replies: @Biff
  222. @Zarathustra

    There was a second video on CNN shown only once.

  223. Anonymous[275] • Disclaimer says:
    @Bug Eyed Monster

    The cherry-picked news, the exaggeration, the connecting dots from decades apart, and the overall fairy tale about the evil white empire is responsible for the riots and looting mourning and peaceful protest.

    It’s a bit more serious than that. The Black population has an average IQ of about 85. People below that IQ (actually below about IQ 83) can’t do anything productive in an industrial economy. That’s about half the Black population that is rejected for jobs, and doesn’t know why, and another half that has relatives in the sub-85 group. Add to that the proclivity of Blacks for trial by combat and you get antagonism. Civil rights has intensified this. Whereas income was related to IQ in Black populations before Civil Rights, it is not related to Black income for Blacks above IQ 85 now. That is, the actual content of Black actions on the job (other than agreement with the organization’s political stance) is simply disregarded. That would upset anybody, so of course it upsets the Blacks subject to it. The sincerity of Black objections can and does move other groups to support these objections.

    This is the reason that people accept the “fairy tale” (good description, BTW) the media presents. Like most fairy tales, it contains an underlying truth that is few people can live with.

    So the question is: (1) is there an operational difference between industrial society and White racism? Would an industrial society consisting of extended externally identical kinship groups, one group acting as European descended Whites and the other as African descended Blacks, be functionally distinguishable from the racist society seen (with good reason) by Blacks today?

    If one assumes “yes” for (1), then what are the differences?

    If one assumes “no” for (1), then question could be asked: (2) Should one extended kinship group give up industrial society in order to promote the well being of the other extended kinship group?

    Current media answer to (2) is “yes”, as industrial society is “destroying the planet” and is spreading as the “cancer of mankind” and is not “socially just”.

    What’s your answer? Why should I accept that answer? Why should you?

    (For some idea of the costs implementing the “yes” answer to (2), see C. Caldwell, _The Age of Entitlement: America since the Sixties_)

  224. @WorkingClass

    Praise the Lord for Negros and rogue cops as one´s enemies. That would make for reality-TV. Please ignore the Devil at the top, the through and through corrupted Overlords of media-politics-the military-banking ..and “justice”. To the coward, the imbecile, the patsy, please assort your enemies.

  225. @Jake

    Per capita Jews have done the most damage – by a big margin – since WW2. But Jews have never come close t0 acting alone in that. Whites, large numbers of them, are REQUIRED to pull it off.

    A lot of race denying authors (especially in the social sciences) are in fact Jewish but I don’t think they are actually the main motivators of liberal Whites. The liberal Whites you see on television smashing things have never read Gould or Diamond.

    I think the Whites you see on television are primarily acting on emotion and egalitarian genetics. You could take away the Goulds and other authors of left-wing academic manure but you would still have these self-loathing Whites that think they can equalize everyone and create a utopia. They would just have fewer reference books to pass around. Sure they might like what Howard Zinn has to say but they would still *believe* that White people ruined Africa regardless.

    What anonymous jew said is really the problem which is that liberalism is a replacement religion for Christianity. Twin studies have shown that most people have a religious inclination. This is part of human nature and isn’t going anywhere.

    Liberalism is basically a secular version of Christianity. This was pointed out by Nietzsche quite some time ago. But it isn’t passive and wants to use the government to enforce what it believes is true equality.

    The question is where to go from here. There really is no ideal path in dealing with this.

    • Thanks: PetrOldSack
    • Replies: @Jake
  226. @Change that Matters

    Addled jolthead, so boil-brained, thou can’st not tell raillery from commendation. I hate thee, I revile thee, I abhor thee. Or is e’en this too heavy going for thee? Overweening fatuous imbeciles replete with undue disdain are the sorest bane of this downtrodden and benighted world. I hate thy kind as well as I hate thee.

  227. J1234 says:

    This article is so Fred Reed.

    It was murder, plain and simple. There are no contradictory witnesses, no he-said-she-said. It is on the video, with no lapses. The man on the ground is clearly heard imploring mercy, begging to be allowed to breathe. Onlookers also implore. The officer knows the man is choking, yet keeps choking him.

    Fred’s conclusions are, as he puts it, plain and simple. Wouldn’t cause of death as determined by the medical examiner be relevant to a murder accusation? He doesn’t mention those findings, which state that George Lloyd didn’t die of strangulation or traumatic asphyxia. It lists a combination of heart disease, intoxication and police restraint as the causes of death. So the police had some bearing on the outcome, but it doesn’t sound like anything remotely plain or simple to me. Everyone who had activist leanings was very upset about the medical examiner’s findings, claiming it was part of a massive coverup.

    Despite this, and perhaps what’s most chilling about this case, however, is that about three hours after this report was issued, the cop in question was arrested for third degree murder. The medical examiner’s report (that was called “pure evil” by the activists who felt it exonerated the cops) apparently had no bearing on the authorities’ decision to prosecute. But the mobs and their potential for violence did. The mayor called George Lloyd’s death a “death sentence for being black.” The governor blamed riots in part on white supremacists.

    This isn’t moral courage. It’s the opposite of it. Courage often stands in defiance of mob mentality (mass moral outrage) like this. Mass moral outrage is like a temporary collective lobotomy; everyone’s IQ goes down about 50 points for as long as the mob is screaming. Then, after the furor has died down, everyone’s IQ eventually drifts back up to 91, right where it was before the hysteria.

  228. @Achmed E. Newman

    You accomplished the definite distinction. Job well done! New environments, need changes and additions in vocabulary. Language is a living tool. “Commenter” is a stayer. As in “all comments are owned by Dr. Ron Unz et al.”

  229. I have been an epidemiologist for a significant portion of my life. My credentials include a Ph.D. with a specialty in mathematical demography; work on several epidemiological models including an early one of AIDS/HIV that predicted the spread far more accurately than Fauci’s absurd projections back then, later modeling the spread of various drug use epidemics in my home state, and a fifteen year stint as an epidemiologist in that state’s DPH before retiring several years ago.

    Over the course of the past half year I have come to realize the despair of Jeremiah and Casandra. Back in February I ran the numbers from Wuhan and predicted tens or hundreds of of thousands of Covid-18 deaths in the USA unless immediate action was taken. I was mocked by fools as an over-the-top alarmist. My chief suggestions back then were:

    (1) Universal wearing of masks – which the CDC eventually started advising citizens NOT to do;

    (2) Controls on travel and prohibiting massing gatherings of people from different areas, all of which eventually occurred but far too late;

    (3) The traditional quarantining of ill individuals, best done either in their homes or, for the very sick, in special facilities separated from those treating individuals at grave risk from Covid-19, e.g. hospitals nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, etc. The authorities did the exact opposite. Cuomo’s insane policies in New York virtually assured the deaths of thousands of elderly individuals. I never imagined in my wildest dreams that instead of imposing traditional quarantines the authorities would instead impose a virtual quarantine on the majority of the population, in the process ravaging the economy and guaranteeing massive civil unrest at some future date.

    (4) In April, after I saw which way the wind was blowing, I predicted outbreaks of rats, cockroaches and other vermin in large cities where lockdowns had closed restaurants, the vermins’ traditional sources of food. I predicted and still predict this will lead to serious public health programs down the road. I also predicted outbreaks of civil unrest and increased criminal activity by the end of Spring and beginning of Summer to include rioting, looting, arson, violent criminal activity, at a level that might swamp local authorities.

    (5) At that time, I also predicted three other things that have yet to come but which I am sure will: (A) economic collapse on the level of the Great Depression; (B) return of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic but in a more severe form; (C) an inability of authorities to deal with this because they have destroyed the economic means and social capital (trust in their judgement) needed to respond to this second wave of the pandemic.

    Those who doubt me can check my predictions on various Unz sites and at Greg Cochrane’s site, West Hunter, where he’s disparaged my claims that too drastic public health measures will cause economic and social problems more deadly than the pandemic they are supposed to control.

    Fred Reed is wrong that the current , widespread, outbreaks of civil disorder, rioting, looting, arson, sporadic outbreaks of murder and assassination, mob denial of individual’s natural rights to life, property, and liberty were contingent on the killing of a Negro criminal in Minneapolis. They were the inevitable result of the economic and social pressures that stringent public health policies created within our Negro, urban underclass, a demographic which history demonstrates has regularly chosen to erupt into mindless outbreaks of senseless violence, destruction and looting. I predicted these months ago.

    I’ve appended two of the I-told-you-so emails I sent out today. WARNING the language is sometimes intemperate in the extreme and will severely disturb the sensibility of many:

    At least two months ago I was predicting that an inevitable consequence of the insanely extreme public health policies we’ve seen in this country would be rioting, looting, arson, mass criminal activity, and isolated but widespread murders and other serious crimes. This should have been obvious to any thoughtful observer of human behavior, particularly that of the USA’s Negro urban underclass.

    I did not predict that this disorder would be contingent on some accidental death of a Negro criminal at the hands of police. I didn’t have to. I made my prediction knowing that given current circumstances Negro rioting was essentially inevitable and would begin based on some pretense or other.

    What did surprise me was the significant involvement of young Whites in the current social disorders. These rioters seem mostly to be alumni of various George Soros-funded initiatives, e.g., Walk on Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, and the recent plethora of so-called antifa groups. In retrospect I should not have been surprised. These young Whites have been economically screwed for almost two decades. They were exceptionally impacted in negative ways by the current lockdowns. They perceive, correctly, that they do not have a rosy future. They have all the classical reasons for social alienation and revolutionary fervor. Soros should also get credit for wisely investing his money in schemes that he hoped would bring down our society. He is probably gloating at this very moment. He even looks a little like Doctor Evil.

    The headlines on Drudge this morning are terrifying. Negroes don’t seem to realize that:
    (1) They are a small proportion of the total population, a little more than one-eighth
    (2) The rest of the country largely fears and despises them, with the main emphasis on despise. Whites actually harbor less of these feelings than say Hispanics or Asians, who in my experience really don’t like Negroes and are not shy about expressing their opinions in front of sympathetic listeners.
    (3) The Negro underclass is a disorganized and dysfunctional population whose members have the spirit of jackals. They will attack only when the odds against them are essentially nil and otherwise cower and skulk snarling away. Negro leadership has lost all credibility by pandering to this element.
    (4) The patience of the non-Negro population is not unlimited.

    It seems we may be headed towards real race riots and perhaps a real race war. Negroes haven’t experienced a real race riot in almost a century. The main characteristic of a real race riot is that it does not just involve Negroes acting out while Whites and other races stand passively by. In a real race riot, other races will be fighting back. Historically these have always ended badly for Negroes. I have no reason to doubt the same outcome should real race riots occur once again.

    I’ve seen some seminal signs of push back against our current crop of rioters. I suspect that the establishment and MSM will cover these up until reality overwhelms the narrative. Then things will get interesting and unpredictable.

    • Replies: @Dumbo
    , @restless94110
  230. @Change that Matters

    Overweening fatuous imbeciles like thee, replete with thine egregiously undue disdain, better were it course-corrected upon thyself, are the true origin and font of gnarl-headed iniquity across the face of the fortune-bereft globe. I thou thee thou thou thou.

  231. @ThreeCranes

    I would say that both you and VinnieVette have proven “Observator” correct.

  232. @Achmed E. Newman

    How’d the cops get so over-militarized? Likely it’s the hiring of “our heroes” from military, the availability of free surplus military-type vehicles, the conduct of the drug war, and lastly, the black population that has made it difficult enforce the law in the Andy Taylor fashion of yesteryear.

    Over-militarized cops are a reflection of tightening government control that is increasing throughout this period of prolonged national dissolution and decay. You see it in policing, in covid lockdowns, in the suppression of free speech and religious liberty, in the government bailouts of the 1% and in an increasingly reckless and irrationally aggressive foreign policy. As the Empire progressively loses its grip on power, it instinctively becomes more rigid and authoritarian throughout all of its instruments of control. The murder of George Floyd should be rightly viewed as the abuse of state power that it is, something that should unify all freedom loving people. Characterizing his death as a racial incident has become an intoxicating and highly emotionally charged distraction from reality.

  233. Reed says he traveled in cop cars… and witnessed police brutality… Ok… this isn’t your Daddy’s America anymore. Since 1990 and Rodney King sensitivity training is the rule… the cops are sometimes not bright now and aggressive, but klansman– theyll be subject to Civil Rights lawsuits personally as will the department and the US DOJ will join in. See Ferguson.

    For Reed to write this article after years of his less than high opinion of our black friends also…

    His real interest is to attack VDARE which of course opposes Central American invasion..

    Shove Mexico up your arse Reed.

  234. Jmaie says:
    @vot tak

    looting the symbols of capitalism, such as that Louis Vuitton store

    I can think of another reason they looted the Louis Vuitton store…

  235. What’s the big deal with the white nationalists?
    I’m white , nothing I can do about that.
    I’m also a nationalist. Someone who believes that their government should act in the best interests of their own country and its citizens. What’s wrong with that?

    Regarding police brutality. No where in your article did I see you mention the key to ending it; outlawing police unions.

    As long as powerful police unions continue to exist the police will enjoy impunity.

  236. So Fred is obviously too addled to wonder if this incident, coming on the heels of locking-down the majority of the US population, could possibly be a fake and gay-op to test just what the Hell this “country” will put up with.
    They lied about Trayvon. They lied about Eric Garner. They’ve lied about God know’s what else (though I have an idea). Doesn’t anybody stop to think that this video was doctored from real footage of a man that was arrested and subsequently died, through no fault of the police.
    Does anybody in this country have a Goddamned memory?

    • Replies: @Jake
  237. @KenH

    The truth will be seen in the bodycam videos. Where is the media acting to get those released?

  238. @Biff

    Low IQ people pretending that if only white people would just welcome everyone all this would stop is retarded. Pretending that white people have a choice in this current ongoing race war is stupid. White people have been bending over backwards for decades to get these immigrants to become one people with us.

    Self satisfied morons who post blather like yours have got to be the dumbest cucks alive. The non whites are weapons being used against whites and they know it. They have no intentions of ever joining us in any large percentage. Just STFU.

  239. Hey Fred no matter how much you cuck the MSM will never publish your writing. Ever no matter what so you can get off your high anti white horse.

    There are way to many people on this planet to care about dirt bag convicts the police cool. The police are there to keep the millions of non white savages at bay. Who cares how they do it. Any white person who has sympathy for George Floyd deserves to be the next black murder victim.

  240. profnasty says:

    Every year more than 10,000 White women are forcibly raped by Black men.
    That’s why.

  241. SafeNow says:

    What triggered the indefensible is that Floyd resisted arrest. A common variant of resisting is delayed compliance; the hesitation response. Firemen are sometimes attacked while doing their job. During Katrina, Coast Guard rescuers were sometimes punched in the face by their victims. Something is severely wrong with the mechanism of thought, the mindset, that would punch your rescuer in the face. The common link here is accepting that, in an emergency, you don’t assert your grievances. I don’t know if this is wiring, or cultural, or both, or if it can be fixed. In an age where everything is videoed, you can assert the grievance later.

  242. geokat62 says:
    @geokat62

    … the real issue is the militarisation of the police departments across the country.

    Well, that didn’t take long. North Carolina is the first state to see the writing on the wall and has just banned their police forces training with the IDF.

    North Carolina Bans Police Force
    IDF Training
    :

    • Replies: @Angharad
  243. gotmituns says:
    @Kapyong

    You think he deserved to be killed ?
    ——————————————
    I’m always on the side of the White guy no matter what.

  244. @The Saigon Kid

    “strangely, the news media rarely, if ever, reports the entire story.”

    Nothing strange about it — it’s policy!

  245. Truth says:
    @Russ

    It’s not the color that is significant, it is the age. Yes gentlemen; a great (for you) 400 year era is about to end And the old white man being overwhelmed was almost a parable for it. Hey, find God and you’ll be fine. And move over, please. There’s plenty for us all…

  246. neprof says:
    @Kapyong

    The $20 bill is a Federal Reserve Note. Mess with their bills and all sorts of bad things can happen to you. Just ask friends of Muammar Gaddafi.

    BTW, the officer in question is now under suicide watch, you know, the kind with 24/7 camera surveillance. What could go wrong?

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/05/31/report-former-officer-charged-in-george-floyds-death-on-suicide-watch/

    • Replies: @Kapyong
  247. In city after city, the cops parked and abandoned their vehicles directly in the path of the protests, ostensibly to get videos of flaming police cars on the 11 o’Clock News.

    This whole thing is a set-up and our nation’s police force is in on it.

    https://dailystormer.su/across-the-entire-country-cops-continue-to-refuse-to-stop-riots/

  248. Now, I’ve seen everything. Really.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  249. gsjackson says:
    @Biff

    I agree with your point, but I think the cop in Mesa was acquitted in a jury trial. If so he wasn’t let loose by the state, but by a handful of citizen morons on the jury. An incomprehensible verdict. It was, as the victim’s wife said, an execution, pure and simple, filmed for all to see. And an obvious psychopath remains at large.

  250. anon[361] • Disclaimer says:

    Black Lives Madder!

    about 200 people — lot of them white –gathered this afternoon at the White House in DC.

    The rampage area from last night was closely contained — maybe 2 or 3 blocks this way and that way. A lot of repairs were already in progress — white men putting up plywood, even installing windows.
    The rest of DC didn’t give a f*&k about Madder than demented squirrels Black, white or any other color lives, and by the time you got to K Street and the homeless tents, everything was back to normal.
    A good deal of the graffiti had already been chemically treated and on the way out, by private services as well as the “DC Nuisance Graffitti” removal truck crew.

    What graffiti was still visible appeared to a kind of sign-in sheet for folks to display the results of their latest vocabulary test. “Fuck” was far and away the highest attainment.
    400 years and the best they can come up with is a four-letter obscenity.

    Georgetown, Chevy Chase, Bethesda — Black lives what?? We really don’t care, we have our lives to live, our children to raise, our cities to maintain.

    Been a long time since high school, when the winning team went crazy and “tore the goal posts down.”

    The BLM team demonstrated how life’s losers behave.

    Stand tall, White people. Don’t be cowed by these losers. Don’t let their behavior define your life.

  251. @obwandiyag

    Once, I saw the moon just block out the Sun. Therefore the moon is the same size as the Sun.

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  252. Jake says:
    @John Johnson

    There is no ideal path because nothing is easy, even taking the worst paths, the ones that seem easier. There is no ideal path because the best path always will turn off, will scare, many people.

    It is a spiritual/religious war, kulturkampf. Every ‘white’ nation that fails to get back on the path toward reviving Christendom will die. Basic borders may remain. Some take on the secular structures of democracy will remain. But the national group will become meaningless and will not survive in significant numbers that reflect its genetic origin.

  253. Jake says:
    @Dr. Krieger

    No halfway decent conman ever loses customers. He runs the same con games, and people always bite.

    People also are very loathe to go against what the Elites of the country have wanted and promoted historically. The Civil War declared that the Yank WASP Elites demand that the country see blacks as special, precious to the Elites. The Elites have been breaking all whites since then to bow, not to Negroes, but to the Yank Elite’s demand that Negroes be promoted and honored. The Yank Elite uses the Negro as its tool and weapon to beat ‘other’ whites, lesser whites, white trash, deplorables, into submission.

    If you are loyal to that American pattern that began to grow cancerously no later than the War of 1812 and became National Myth of Virtue with The Emancipation Proclamation, then you will be inclined, strongly inclined, to romanticize Negroes, assuming that the next concessions to them will be the last, and you also will not be able to see how poisonous to the mass of whites is WASP culture.

    • Replies: @HenryTJ
  254. lloyd says: • Website
    @Sean

    I think you gave the best balanced view of it. VDARE report gives the notion Floyd was better off dead anyway. Even President Trump is making Floyd seem a saint. It is not impossible that Floyd did not know the bill was counterfeit. Unless a shop keeper, one doesn’t normally check this out. However once the cops were called, he was subjected to a brutal treatment that the cops would not have given to a little old white lady. And the cop’s record is not good. The cop was married to a Laotian lady. Asians from my experience are huge racists as regards coloured folk. The Chinese call them Maos, meaning dirty and criminal. There might be a subversive code there. But Laotians are coloured too. As a teacher, not a good one as regards discipline, I know much about having to make split second judgments in a bad environment. Then later, it is reported back in cold light, and everything is scrutinised with you guilty. The cop said shut up to Floyd. The devils under your charge are out for the kill, and will slimily use every thing against you in an anti authoritarian environment. Including saying shut up, which happened to me to the disgust of the feminised teaching profession. I only wanted the brats to shut up taunting me, and stopping me teaching them.

    • Replies: @Sean
  255. Black communities were destroyed in the 90s when the incarceration rate doubled. Before that only maybe 1 in 12 Blacks went to jail or prison (continually); they were looked at as LOSERS by the Black community (same as imprisoned poor white trash). Now one in three Black men will become a felon; unemployable, his life and his family’s life are ruined. Black communities now glorify THUG culture and racist violence (egged on by MSM and politicians). How could they not? They cannot excommunicate most of the men in their communities.
    The police in this incident mentioned “excited delirium” in this incident, a buzzword for cops when a man arrested fights back with “superhuman strength” and refuses to cooperate. Many get shot. Floyd was more passive, eventually falling to the ground and refusing to get up; the cop made sure he stayed down, which was likely not necessary. Floyd had been complaining that he couldn’t breathe even while standing up. If truly “excited delirium”, the ambulance should have called at first indication. The medical examiner said Floyd did not die from asphyxiation or strangulation, will be interesting to see what drugs he had in his system. “Excited delirium” is often associated with cocktails containing cocaine, methamphetamine, or other stimulants. If in his system that should absolve the cops of the most serious charges, so the riots can start again. Obama did away with Posse Comitatus, so that military forces can be used to police the citizenry. The Police State is rapidly moving in that direction.

  256. Angharad says:
    @Mr. R

    Those are Anti fa. Owned and operated by Jews.

  257. Angharad says:
    @geokat62

    The (((damage))) has already been done.

  258. Seems to me the cop was applying his knee to Floyd’s carotid arteries, not his windpipe. That cuts off oxygen to the brain, and if left on for several minutes, as in this case, it causes brain damage. They teach pigs this kind of stuff in cop school. They get a real kick out of this kind of brutality. This poor piggy just kept his “sleeper hold” on a little too long, and his vegetable got overcooked, that’s all.

    • Agree: Adûnâi
    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  259. vot tak says:

    Anonymous Suspected of Pulling Down Minneapolis PD Site as Group Vows to ‘Expose Corrupt US Police’

    https://sputniknews.com/society/202005311079473113-anonymous-suspected-to-have-pulled-minneapolis-pd-website-as-hacktivists-vows-to-expose-corrupt-us-police/

    “International hacktivist group Anonymous, which has a notable record of carrying out cyberattacks against government websites, has released a video pledging justice for George Floyd who died Monday after being suffocated by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

    “Officers who kill people and commit other crimes need to be held accountable just like the rest of us”, the modified voice said in the video, continuing that otherwise, “they will believe that they have a license to do whatever they want”.

    Recalling past events, Anonymous noted that citizens are beginning to learn the police force is “not here to save us but rather you are here to oppress us and carry out the will of the criminal ruling class”.

    The group went on to vow to expose police corruption as one of their “many crimes” against the country and the rest of the world.

    “We are legion. Expect us”, Anonymous rounded off, stressing the world is starting to wake up to the sad reality and “they are becoming increasingly angry every time they see blood needlessly spilled without consequence”.

    A short while after the video started to make the rounds on the internet, the Minneapolis PD’s website was taken down, sparking reactions among alert netizens. Some noted that the video is being deleted by YouTube, but continues to pop up”

    Anonymous declares WAR on Minneapolis Police in video message attributed to hacker group

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490284-anonymous-minneapolis-police-hackers-war/

    “A video message posted to an Anonymous Facebook page with 11 million followers accused the Minneapolis Police of condoning behavior that led to the death of George Floyd.

    “People have had enough of this corruption and violence from an organization that promises to keep them safe,” the masked narrator says.

    The group called for criminal charges to be brought against all of the officers who were filmed detaining Floyd before his death.

    Unfortunately, we do not trust your corrupt organization to carry out justice, so we will be exposing your many crimes to the world.

    The group claimed that the police force exists to “carry out the will of the criminal ruling class.”

    Seen a lot of words and essentially symbolic acts from Annonymous, but not much actual substance. Are they a sponsored zionazi-gay relief valve or something actually real, or a mix of both? Real, who are also spoofed by the israeloamerican spook outfits?

    If they actually follow through and do more than simply screw around with cop official websites, I, for one, will welcome it. The israeli’s police state american colony relies upon acceptance of their repression by the the zombiefied pindo herd. Exposing actual police practices in pindoland might wake up a few dead souls and bring them back to human status again. A long shot, I know, given the american human failure and desire to remain jailhouse sukas.

  260. anon[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Ragno

    Did anyone look at the size of the police man? He was on the force for 19 years, how old do you suppose he was? Look at his arm in the picture and imagine his weight. His chest might look enlarged probably because he was wearing a vest but really the guy looks a bit to the old side. Being much older now myself I recognize it. I work out as an older women and know that as I age my abilities become less. I would guess the same for this man, policeman, who doesn’t look all that big and strong, to crush a man 6’6″. Actually he doesn’t look like he’s applying any pressure at all.
    But summer is a good time to wreck stores out of business anyway, and here is my insurance card.

    • Replies: @Ragno
  261. vot tak says:

    NYPD police cruisers RUN INTO crowds of protesters in terrifying video

    https://www.rt.com/uk/490291-new-york-police-rams-protesters/

    “The terrifying footage, that garnered millions of views, starts with a Ford SUV facing multiple protesters who had installed a barricade blocking passage through a street in New York. The demonstrators are seen pelting things at the car and hitting it with their hands.

    With lights flashing and sirens turned on, the police car briefly waits for another vehicle to arrive. Once it approaches the crowd, both cruisers accelerate, smashing the makeshift barrier and running over people.

    Panic breaks out as protesters run in different directions.”

    It’s been a full 2 generations since Mr. Serpico exposed what the nyc crime syndicate (nyc cops) were all about. Nothing has changed other than the sodding criminals are better organised now, with media collusion more intimate. Want to stop it? Bring in a very liberal use of Mr. Rope. And do it in front of every precinct house. And leave the goddamned things swinging and rotting there as a warning to the rest, who may think it worth trying their luck, otherwise.*

    * Hang these things by their right ankle, not their neck. It takes much longer and send a vastly more constructive message to their co-workers.

  262. anon[427] • Disclaimer says:

    Do POC’s ever arrest anyone? Are there any POC’s in the FBI or CIA? I think it’s time to retire the POC’s, you can’t fire them.

    • Agree: bruce county
  263. Phoenix1 says:
    @mark green

    What study are you talking about? The only study I could find at that site was one that said blacks are more likely to be killed by cops.

    Can you post a direct link to it?

    Thanks

  264. Medical Examiner: George Floyd Wasn’t Asphyxiated

    I am not saying what the cop did was good just the opposite. Read the autopsy says George Foley had some heart problems plus hypertension the death was brought on by the excessive rough take down. Just my opinion I am not a Doctor just a license Nurse.
    The cop and his Buddys should be tried where all the evidence can be seen. Then we can talk about the facts.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @Alankg
  265. Alankg says:
    @Thales the Milesian

    You forgot number 5: almost daily killing of u armed civilians by Police

  266. vot tak says:

    Black Alliance for Peace Calls on United Nations to Address Human Rights Crisis in the United States

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/united-nations-address-human-rights-crisis-united-states/5714524

    “The extrajudicial murders of African/Black people, such as Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd, by agents of the U.S. government and armed civilians have sparked urban rebellions in cities across the United States. Such murderous acts cannot be understood outside of the context of the U.S. state’s ongoing assault on the human rights of African/Black people.

    [MORE]

    U.S. President Donald Trump’s tweet—“…when the looting starts, the shooting starts…”—demanding lethal violence requires the United Nations to intervene.

    Trump’s threat comes as the U.S. state has tragically failed during the COVID-19 pandemic to recognize and protect the human right to health of poor and working-class people, including Africans and undocumented migrants.

    African/Black people comprise 13 percent of the U.S. population, yet represent one-third of COVID-19 related deaths. In some areas, the death rate has been as high as 70 percent.

    Yet, the Trump administration, the U.S. Congress and state governments have responded by driving African/Black workers—who occupy the lowest rungs of the U.S. labor force—back to work with little or no protection. An inadequate for-profit healthcare system that discriminates against the poor ensures disproportionate death rates for African/Black people will continue.

    Police authorities have been documented for abusing their power while enforcing COVID-19 mitigation efforts such as social distancing, which has been impossible for overcrowded African/Black communities and households to maintain.

    Despite various United Nations bodies—such as the Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD), the Human Rights Committee (HRC), the Universal Periodic Review Process (UPR), and various special human-rights rapporteurs and special representatives—calling several times on the Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump administrations to protect the human rights of African/Black people, what remains is a precarious situation that borders on genocide.”

    ‘Unjustified cruelty’: Moscow demands probe after Russian journalist pepper-sprayed by Minneapolis police

    https://www.rt.com/news/490326-russia-journalist-minneapolis-police/

    ” The use of violent force by police against journalists, including a Russian correspondent who was pepper-sprayed in the face, is unacceptable, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said, urging the US to investigate the incident.

    This comes after a RIA Novosti correspondent, Mikhail Turgiev, and a group of US journalists were attacked by police in Minneapolis while covering the ongoing riots provoked by the death of an African American man, George Floyd. The crew was targeted with rubber bullets and Turgiev was pepper-sprayed, despite showing his press ID.

    Police attacks on media staff executing their professional duties are unacceptable, the ministry added, calling the law enforcers’ use of pepper spray on Turgiev “unjust cruelty.”

    The ministry urged the US authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into the incident, reminding Washington of its obligation to ensure that journalists can carry out their activities on US soil in a manner that is safe and unhindered.”

    ‘I’m getting shot’: Police fire pepper balls at TV REPORTER & crew during Louisville protests (VIDEO)

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490215-tv-reporter-shot-louisville-protests-george-floyd/

    ” The ‘shoot first, ask questions later’ mentality appears alive and well amongst cops in America. The latest example came during protests over the death of George Floyd in Kentucky where police fired pepper balls at a TV news crew.

    WAVE 3 News reporter Kaitlin Rust and her team were broadcasting live from the scene of demonstrations in downtown Louisville when an officer clad in riot gear suddenly fired off a volley of rounds at the journalist.

    “I’m getting shot” the reporter could be heard exclaiming in shock after being blasted by the non-lethal rounds. The coverage shows Rust’s startled colleagues in studio asking her if she is alright. As the pain and surprise subsides, the reporter says “rubber bullets, rubber bullets, it’s okay, it’s those pepper bullets.”

    The anchors then ask who the police were aiming at. “At us,” Rust responds. “Directly at us.”

    The team in the studio sounded disturbed by the fact that the police fired the rounds at the TV crew. “Obviously they see the camera!” one of the anchors says on the air.

    An officer using a specialized air rifle was seen firing the non-lethal rounds at the reporter and camera crew during the broadcast.”

    Identify and round the goddamned things up. Then drag out their supervisors and string them up, as well.

  267. Alankg says:
    @The Saigon Kid

    Lol, yeah right, when a store is burnt, its not because the looters burn it, its cos the building has underlying flammable structures, yeah, right.

  268. Gee I just “love” (without the sarcasm font) all the bashing all the commenters on here are doing to each other. When y’all decide to stop playing the divide and conquer criminal psycho elite game pushed by Soros and company, let me know. White Nationalists, eh? The only “nationalists” I would even consider siding with are American nationals regardless of race…screw the racist garbage, VDARE or not! And you are not helping, Fred ol’ boy! And why would you give a damned about the American nationals when you live in Mexico!

  269. Miro23 says:
    @Priss Factor

    I see all you racists immediately thinking that he must have stole it. If it was a white man with an ATM, you’d suspect nothing.

    Err… quite normal in fact. White men drag an ATM’s onto buses every day.

  270. anon[191] • Disclaimer says:

    Considering it’s so easy to make a cheap video and hire a bunch of actors, how do we know this video is even real? Is there any cop (knowing he is or will be filmed at any time) willing to take the risk like this cop did knowing the whole system is against him? If the mainstream media had any fairness, they would report black on white violence with the same enthusiasm that they report white on black violence, but we know this not to be true. Let’s say that this cop was paid enough money so he never has to work again, he can assume a new identity and move out of his crappy job, his freezing cold rat hole of a city and move to a nice tropical location where life is easy. I’m sure a large proportion of men with crappy lives, overwhelming debt and horrible jobs would jump at the chance. We know the enemy has the motive, means, and judging by past actions, a track record of manipulating the news, race baiting, selective reporting, and planting completely false stories in the news media. (These are enough reasons to make someone a prime suspect in any legal system.) As for the “victim” he could be another paid actor or maybe he was killed. No big deal to the enemy, no life is worth anything. The end justifies the means.

    • Replies: @Johnny Walker Read
  271. Dumbo says:
    @Jus' Sayin'...

    Yes, I think part of the reason for these riots (and similar things happening in smaller scale in other parts of the world) is because of the months of lockdown. Partly because of anger with the economy, everyone knows they’re going to be screwed hard, and in part for psychological reasons, all the lockdown impatience and the pent-up anger with the restriction are exploding, people want to be out and to protest – agains whom, it’s secondary. This explains why so many young white people seem to be rioting as well.

    There are currently some protests also in Brazil, in Asia — again, purportedly for local political reasons but perhaps related to the same general feeling, and I am sure that they can happen in Europe too, either gilette jaunes again or something else.

  272. Anonymous[223] • Disclaimer says:

    A couple of things Fred seems to have gotten wrong. The policeman was following protocol. thenews reports that Minneapolis police are trained to place their knee on the neck.

    Autopsy indicates the death did not result from exphyxsiation (sp?) Apparent cause was heart falure. Not sure that matters, he was walking and talking before he encountered the police.

    If you want attention, I think the Amerivcan Way is to VOTE. Certainly preferable to burning down city blocks.

    As an older, suburban, white male, I have had several encounters with the police. Most recently for “littering” by dropping a used pocket tissue in an empty parking lot. None of these police “encounters” have been pleasant. I am not surprised at the news,

  273. @Rational

    Bingo! A most important comment, and thus properly graced by being comment number one, for the whole legal profession is designed to displace rights, truth and honesty with lies pushed by a parasitical profession…
    The only policing of the situation is by having an citizenry that respects and hors the founding documents of the nation and is able to so defend in Court, against the Courts own gauntlet that has its knee on the nation creating various forms of enslavement upon the population…

  274. Realist says:
    @TRM

    Can you say antifa agent provocateur boys and girls?

    Exactly. I would like to see how other viewers explain this?

  275. @James Stark

    This is a typical response from a boot-licking cop wannabe.
    Cops are assholes because they are handed a gun and a badge and the power/authority of the state to back them up. They have qualified immunity for their misdeeds whether willful or not. They lie on reports and in the courts all the time and are almost never held accountable. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

  276. Antifa, a racist white supremacist organization that sought to hijack the justifiable anger of BLM and others in the black community, has just been designated by the president as a terrorist organization.

    That should FOREVER be the honorific added to any first reference of Antifa.

    “A racist white supremacist organization …”

  277. Truth says:
    @Mefobills

    Liberalism, cultural communism, and Frankfurt skool has taught white women they are = to men.

    In reality ….They are not equal.

    I beg to differ there, Ol’ Buddy. Men and women are equal. The problem is that modern day men tend to conflate the word “equal” with “the same” which not the case. Our ultimate goal as humans is to propagate our family line, and this is difficult without women. Their God-given duty is different than ours, but just as important in a functioning world.

    So, it is a two front war, where white women and blacks have been duped and weaponized.

    This again is a common, and egotistical, misunderstanding amongst white males. It was not blacks weaponized against whites by the Jews, it was actually, whites weaponized against the biblical Tribe of Judah (as well as the other 11 tribes) by the Jews, and the Tribe of Judah is what we know today as African-Americans. This was called “slavery”, but this is way beyond your level of understanding at this time.

    Perhaps Asian women have a more logical mind, and are not as prone to becoming dupes? This can be seen in the higher proportion of Asian women in STEM fields as compared to white women.

    I have no problem with a white man race-traiting, or forsaking his ancestral line. That is your business, knock yourself out. Just please don’t start whining when someone else does the same.

    • Replies: @Mefobills
  278. anarchyst says:
    @gsjackson

    Not only did the cop go free, the police department rehired him for one day so that he could receive a “disability pension”.
    Who says, the “thin blue line” doesn’t take care of its own?

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  279. @Dr. Robert Morgan

    Wrong.

    I was choked out in a Judo match once. It happened so fast it was like lights out. One second I was saying to myself, “now he’s holding his own opposite sleeve and he’s wrapping it around your head so duck….” and the next I knew I woke up staring up at a circle of concerned Asian faces.

    I didn’t go on for 9 minutes saying “I can’t breathe”. It just doesn’t work that way. In fact, in Judo, choke–as in asphyxiating–holds are illegal so players take great pains to learn to cut off blood through the carotid without choking their opponent. So, they’re two very different things. Cut off the carotid and unconsciousness takes 2 or 3 seconds.

    • Replies: @Kapyong
  280. But White Nationalists in their sullen racial hatred, their lack of interest in right and wrong, are little better than Black Lives Matter–often slicker, more polished, but no better.

    So we forget what we wrote before?

    White Nationalists have a following because much of what they say is true. Blacks do in fact commit a great deal of crime. Blacks do in fact commit brutal racial attacks on whites, many of them (one of many dozens I’ll bet you have never heard of it. ) and the media do in fact hide them. Massive immigration does in fact cause massive problems. The endless trendy vilification of whites wearies. Affirmative action against whites in favor of blacks and Hispanics reasonably causes anger.

    We equate a systemic real racism against a group, one with a genocidal intend non the less, with one murder by a police force from people of the opposite political side?

    Quite some twisting.
    I hope the author can sleep well.

  281. Daddio7 says:
    @animalogic

    Don’t matter, no need for that. Some people can’t breath or at least feel that way when constrained. I know if I I’m constrained in an MRI machine I have to get out RIGHT NOW!! After 8 minutes I might suffer a heart attack too. Three other cops, just sit the man up, no problem.

    I would fire the cop for shear stupidity, he knew he was being videoed. Just let the man up. No, he was cruelly holding that man down for just the reasons he is accused of doing. Power trip.

  282. Anger is completely understandable.

    Arson and looting is still criminal.

    If store owner, shoot to kill, you have my support.

  283. Wow, I thought you were smarter than that Fred. I thought for sure you would see through this, another Sandy Hoax type event. A few points too ponder.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=150&v=QOihzXGNlFU&feature=emb_logo

  284. @anon

    Of course it’s just another “made for TV drama”. As long as sheeple are so easily led, this crap will continue.

  285. fitzman says:

    Everything Fred said is true, and doubtless degrading, frightening and angering for the victims. However, the obnoxious, overbearing, thinly veiled menace of which he speaks is also directed at innocuous whites as well, under the same circumstances, white cop on white citizen, or black cop on white citizen. I am weary of the implication or outright assertation that only blacks are mistreated, belittled, hassled or rousted by the police.

  286. @anarchyst

    The cops are just a criminal gang in uniform working for the political and business mafia that runs society. It’s not how it should be but that’s how it is.

  287. “Staged race war: Globalists inflaming racial tensions after heinous COVID-19 crimes”state of the naion.co
    Aangrifan”George Floyd staged false flag”aanirfan.blogspot.com
    From medical martial law to military martial law using the old strategy of divide and conquer, one psyop after another.

    • Agree: Johnny Walker Read
  288. On the day of his death, Mr. Floyd undoubtedly woke up and went through his early morning routines with no suspicion that this would be his last day on Earth. Maybe, while he was shaving, he was contemplating some deal he was gonna score, getting high, some tail he was going to chase, passing a few counterfeit twenties and then getting high and hittin the streets after dark. Money, pussy, drugs and drink made his world go round.

    The police, if he thought about them a all, were a minor irritant, a fly buzzing on the periphery of consciousness. In his trade, dealing with the Man was just an occupational hazard. It went with the territory. And although he’d had run ins with the Law in the past, he felt as though he had mastered the trick of staying out of their clutches. One thing for sure, after seven years hard time, he had no intention of going back in. That just wasn’t gonna happen. Still, “if you can’t do the time, then don’t do the crime”. He would deal with the cops if and when that situation came up.

    And then there they were, pounding on the glass window of the car he was sitting in. Oh shit. And so he got out, reluctantly and dragged his feet and went into his act, pretending to be ill, suffering from claustrophobia. And they weren’t buying it. Shit. If only he hadn’t hung around after passing that bill. Why the hell hadn’t he gotten the Hell out of there?

    Now he was facing his worst nightmare. And high as a kite to boot. He’d just done a big line of coke in the car before they knocked on the window and ruined his high. Now they were pushing him around, him, a big black man being pushed around by a coupla chinks and a dweeb looking white guy. This was bullshit. Don’t play along. Fight them. Resist them. Shit, now they got me down. They sitting on me. I can’t breathe. I’m higher than a kite and my pulse is racing. I think I’m gonna faint. Oh God. Something ain’t right. “Mama”.

    He had been preparing for this battle his whole life. His whole life had, in fact, been a preliminary, a trial run, leading up to this moment. He had always known that, sooner or later, this day would be upon him. But not today of all days, “I ain’t ready!” Yet here it was.

    So let’s credit him with being heroic. He died a heroes death, fighting to the last. Not giving in to the ways of the hated white race, he was defiant; literally, his last breath wording the name of the one person who loved him, who forgave him no matter what he did, the most important figure in every black boys life, his Mama.

    So, Fred and fellow travelers, don’t dishonor this man’s last battle by casting him in the role of the victim, as though he were a helpless woman. That is the psychological space of those who are too weak to stand up for themselves–and he would be the last person to let you insinuate that he was too weak to stand up for himself.

    Although he and his Mama just didn’t have the juju to prevail over the white and asian man’s trickery, remember him as a man who went down swinging. In claiming that he was helpless you imply that he was too cowardly to face the consequences of his own actions. You belittle him. You must instead credit him with the courage, with his Mama by his side, to face death calmly.

    So, don’t besmirch his memory with your maudlin tears. That is so unworthy of a manly hero. Instead, celebrate his last battle, his glory, his greatness. It’s the least you can do.

  289. Three Cranes: “Cut off the carotid and unconsciousness takes 2 or 3 seconds.”

    Only if done properly. But the fact remains that the sadistic pig kept the pressure on long after Floyd went out. Look at the video again, and the position of the knee. It’s right on the carotid arteries, just beneath the jaw. Pressure on the arteries on the other side from the pavement. In my opinion, he was intentionally trying to cause brain damage. These swine do this all the time, and laugh about it among themselves. They really enjoy it.

  290. HenryTJ says:

    What an irrelevant, self-loathing, anti-American fossil Fred is. Most nationalists (which he converts to “white nationalists” because, you know, whites are evil) aren’t mindlessly pro-police. He is confusing nationalists with the Boomer, leftist, GOPe types (people he is largely is agreement with). It has been clear for decades that US institutions – police, government, media, corporations, military – are united in their hostility to the native population.

  291. HenryTJ says:
    @Jake

    WASP elite? They are dead and buried. Have you seen the ethnic make-up of the Ivy League, big banks, media, big tech, etc.? They were well on their way out back in the 1980s. The only place WASPs still have any power is the South and they are very different from their northern counterpart.

  292. HenryTJ says:
    @Jake

    That’s where the third world migrants come in. People who thought the US might quietly decline into a Brazil or Mexico as it was destroyed by third world migrants were too optimistic. Third world countries generally lack a jewish ruling class frothing with hatred for the native population. Instead, the remnants of the Americans will be squeezed between a jewish ruling class that seeks to enslave to them and suck up an ever larger share of national wealth on one side and a constantly riled up migrant horde taught to hate and blame and demand handouts from Americans on the other side.

  293. Personally, I don’t know how cops deal with these type of people day in and day out. They coudn’t pay me enough.

    End result of all o this: Cops will say who the hell needs this. They will no longer answer calls in black neighborhoods, but hang out in the Dunkin Donuts. Another cup of coffee, then after the dust settles, we’ll draw a chalk outline around the body, take a few photos, wait for the coroner van to arrive, and then go back to the the Dunkin Donuts to write a report. The neighborhoods will descend into hell and chaos. Just like the 1970s. Nobody remembers?

  294. Sean says:
    @lloyd

    Yes I have heard teachers say how when they started they had problems and the more experienced colleagues had not much in the way of advice except ‘if you are going to punish them then really punish them, do not be half hearted about it’. Not an exact science t, this dealing with people uninterested in playing by the rules, but that is why rookie cops get handsomely paid compared to NCOs with twenty years service in the US army.

    It is not impossible that Floyd did not know the bill was counterfeit.

    The shopkeeper said Floyd was still outside the store when the police arrived and that is rare in cases of people trying to pay with counterfeit money so yes I kind of agree it is a real possibility Floyd didn’t know the money was bad. As a menacing looking 6’6” black man he would be used to drawing attention wherever he went, so he’d have had had to be very desperate to try a crime he was so likely to fail at as to pass fake money himself at a place in a neighborhood where they would be used to people trying that. No way could he not be on the radar as soon as he walked in. And he dawdled outside.

    On the other hand he seems to have some real street type acquaintances, and he was dim enough to twice get substantial hard time for tiny amounts of coke on him, so maybe he was just foolish; the money was an obvious fake according to the report and that would have been a clincher in court. The way the cops treated him when they found him outside likely had something to do with his size as well as his lack of cooperation after they cuffed him. Cops are really expecting the mere threat of threat of brute force to get cooperation, and they are prepared to deal with murderous assaults on them. But when a man mountain like Floyd gets passive-aggressive they have no easy options.

    • Replies: @neprof
  295. The hundreds of faceless, voiceless White men, women and children murdered by orcs gets one obscure but important website (SBPDL) and barely any coverage in their local news.

    Time to stop lionizing throwbacks as precious assets when they are dangerous liabilities.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  296. Poco says:
    @Rev. Spooner

    This will be used to strengthen the liberal big state power structure. As intended.

  297. Mefobills says:
    @Truth

    This again is a common, and egotistical, misunderstanding amongst white males. It was not blacks weaponized against whites by the Jews, it was actually, whites weaponized against the biblical Tribe of Judah (as well as the other 11 tribes) by the Jews, and the Tribe of Judah is what we know today as African-Americans.

    Oh I get it. You are a one of those Black Hebrew Israelites.

    Never mind that it was Jewish Capital out of Wall Street that funded the Atlantic Slave Trade.

    Never mind that it was Jewish money that funded the NAACP into existence.

    Never mind that it was Jewish brains and money funding most black movements. So you identify with your tormentors?

    The Jewish religion today is really Talmudism. It is a new religion that came into being after the Temple fell. No temple, no Levite priesthood, no scrolls, no genealogy tables = no religion.

    The new religion is called Judaism.

    Here is a link to Nation of Islam. Farrahkhan has not deluded himself.

    https://www.noi.org/

    • Replies: @Truth
  298. neprof says:
    @Sean

    If it was an obvious fake $20 bill, the store clerk should have pointed it out right away and refused the sale. If it was a good facsimile then Floyd may not have known it was a fake. If the latter, officials should have asked him where he got the fake bill and investigated the source.

    Arrest should not have happened until there was solid evidence that Floyd is a counterfeiter on the level of North Korea. This whole thing is looking like a 9/11 redux.

    • Replies: @acementhead
    , @Sean
  299. Biff says:
    @vetteforron

    Medical Examiner: George Floyd Wasn’t Asphyxiated

    Same medical examiner: “Jeffrey Epstein killed himself”

    • Agree: Alankg
  300. @gsjackson

    That jury, like most juries, was given the mushroom treatment by the judge at this the behest of the prosecution. They were kept from hearing critical inculpatory evidence.

  301. Pornstar Cokehead currency counterfeiter dies of heartattack after resisiting arrest – nation burns .

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  302. CMC says:
    @CMC

    Ok found what I was looking for.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
  303. @neprof

    If it was an obvious fake $20 bill, the store clerk should have pointed it out right away and refused the sale. If it was a good facsimile then Floyd may not have known it was a fake. If the latter, officials should have asked him where he got the fake bill and investigated the source.

    Arrest should not have happened until there was solid evidence…

    Yes, it seems highly likely to me that there was not probable cause. Unless the cops had interviewed the store clerk and looked at the bill they had no direct knowledge of any crime, just a second or third-hand assertion from the clerk via 911 operator and dispatcher.

    • Replies: @neprof
  304. vinteuil says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    ID, in your Big Post, the other day, you published the below, along with a lot of other sub-moronic stuff, obviously intended to tar Neo-Thomism by association with your lunatic online persona:

    This social gospel is not an outgrowth of Christianity at all but of Western civilization. It is the West in its late, modern, declining form. It is the grandchild not of Christianity but of counterpoint, chamber music, Cartesianism, and the categorical imperative. An erudite grievance studies graduate paper is a derivative product precisely in the same vein as a Schubert sonata, of which it is the contemporary incarnation.

    Case closed.

    You know a little bit more about Aristotle & St Thomas than a pig knows about oranges – but only a very little bit.

  305. Truth says:
    @Mefobills

    Oh I get it. You are a one of those Black Hebrew Israelites.

    Individually I am all three of these things. Collectively, No! These are basically Pharisees. They have some misunderstanding fealty to the Old Testament which makes little sense.

    Never mind that it was Jewish Capital out of Wall Street that funded the Atlantic Slave Trade.

    Never mind that it was Jewish money that funded the NAACP into existence.

    Never mind that it was Jewish brains and money funding most black movements. So you identify with your tormentors?

    Yes, JewISH, (meaning “Jew-like). This is addressed in Titus 1:14. The JewISH are actually Khazars from Northeastern Europe and Babylonians from east of the Arab world (Ashkenazi and Sephardi) who are pretending to be Biblical Jews.

    The Jewish religion today is really Talmudism. It is a new religion that came into being after the Temple fell. No temple, no Levite priesthood, no scrolls, no genealogy tables = no religion.

    You are 100% correct here, My Friend. Actually Catholicism is pretty much the same.

    • Thanks: Mefobills
  306. Old Jew says:

    Mr. Fred Reed,

    What computer programming language did you have in mind when you wrote your DO loop

    DO I = 1,100;

    function(I);

    LOOP

    • Replies: @ruralguy
  307. Sean says:
    @neprof

    Floyd bought cigarettes then went outside and sat in his car. He was really drunk according to those who served him then called cops on him.

  308. @Sick of Orcs

    I’m in Canada and I stand with you. America is burning; you would think a King was killed.
    God bless you my neighbours. Stay safe.

    • Thanks: Sick of Orcs
  309. Biff says:
    @Wally

    I consider Trump declaring antifa a terrorist group is a good thing, but here’s the rub. Will the courts ever prosecute them?

  310. Flubber says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    Watch this – a white guy called Daniel Shaver is on his hands and knees begging for his life in his underwear in a hotel hallway.

    Then some dickless cop executes him. No riots. No conviction either – the dickless cop was acquitted at trial.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  311. Ragno says:
    @anon

    I…uh….did you actually read my comment? It seems impossible, considering I was mostly crackin’ on Fred Reed, the author; I never said anything whatsoever about the cop, the deceased, or the Fatal Encounter.

    Weird.

  312. neprof says:
    @acementhead

    Who is the store clerk? From which store? Has anyone bother to ask him or her about the $20 bill?

    If this person really exists, he/she should fear for their life.

    • Replies: @By-tor
  313. Art says:
    @animalogic

    But leaving that aside, your whole view collapses because there’s no suggestion he had committed a felony or a crime.

    Good God – is it not time — New Rules – New Laws!

    No one can be physically arrested over a broken taillight, or a fake twenty-dollar bill, or selling single cigarettes – PERIOD – end of case – new rules, it is against the law to do so.

    If a cop escalates further – HE goes to jail!

    Issue tickets only – no one can go to jail over a ticket – PERIOD!

    All these cop killings are over the authority of the cop being questioned – do not give them the authority to arrest over nothing events.

    The US legal system is bloated – cops, lawyers, jailers, and judges are making nice livings over enforcing to the max, many matters of little consequence to society. The state retirement funds for those people are astronomical.

    The sad fact is that they are getting rich over keeping the poor of means and spirit in their place.

    • Agree: anarchyst, Adam Smith
    • Replies: @anarchyst
    , @bomag
  314. @Truth

    I am.

    It Doesn’t seem to work

    • Replies: @Truth
  315. @Truth

    I am.

    It Doesn’t seem to work

  316. Truth says:
    @Thales the Milesian

    It just has to work for you. Others can find their own salvation.

    • Replies: @Thales the Milesian
  317. Alankg says:
    @vetteforron

    Yeah right, like i said earlier, when a store is burnt, its not because rioters set fire to it, its because the store structure is too flammable. Fair is fair isn’t it.

  318. @Stephen Dodge

    Never call yourself a hero. That’s left to others in polite society.

  319. FNU LNU says:
    @Gleimhart Mantooso

    That’s what I recall as well. That defense is used much of the time and almost always works to get either a dismissal of charges or an actual acquittal.

    However, nobody ever seems to bring up the fact that “I just followed my training” or “My actions were consistent with department procedure” is functionally identical to “I was only following orders“.

    It should be clear to all that, when it comes to the favored classes (which includes cops and gov’t officials and their friends), the US “justice system” is a total farce.

  320. By-tor says:
    @neprof

    It was the Cub Food Store, IIRC. It’s been looted and burned by the peaceful and saintly.

  321. ruralguy says:
    @Old Jew

    It looks he wrote a mix between Fortran 77 (the do statement without the label reference, the classic “i” integer default, and the function call), Ada (the loop statement and “;” line terminator), and C (the void return type on the function). Yet, he will still get a compile error on the”;” incorrectly terminating the do statement. Maybe he was using an algorithmic language to spec the code?

    I’ve always preferred Fortran — real men code in Fortran :).

    • Agree: RSDB
    • Replies: @Old Jew
  322. I admire Fred. He is a brave man who has lived a good life.

    But I do not idolize him. He has been a selfish man in many ways, as I have been, and you will never see him protesting outside an abortion clinic, or volunteering at one of Mother Theresa’s (another selfish person for much of her life, to be fair) clinics or outreach posts.

    Fred likes to talk about how he is so much better than other Americans, and he uses all sorts of nicknames for people he does not like. Fred is better than ALL REPUBLICANS. Fred is better than ALL DEMOCRATS. Fred is better than ALL TAXPAYERS, Fred is better than ALL VETERANS EXCEPT THE GUYS HE SERVED WITH, Fred is better than YOU —- that is the bottom line of his writings in the last few years. He uses contemptuous nicknames for the veterans who served after he served. And if he didn’t, well, good for him. But he did, I think. I WOULD LOVE TO BE WRONG but look, I have met many Fred Reeds in my life, and I don’t think I am wrong. SAD!

    Don’t be like Fred —- at least in this way —- don’t think you have the right to use contemptuous nicknames again and again. Remember this, even people you despise are children of God. Remember that it is the meek that shall inherit the earth, not the angry.

    Like I said, I would like to be wrong. I would like to think that I cannot read the hearts of angry people.
    Life would be much easier that way.

    • Replies: @Stephen Dodge
  323. Ahoy says:

    It may be time for The Unz Review to put in place rules for airing articles and not limit this only to the comments section.

    Where was Fred Reed when this took place. Fanning the flames of a fire Fred you run the chance to be consumed by them.

    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  324. @Achmed E. Newman

    The author, Federale, makes a few good points. One is that the deceased said repeatedly for several minutes that he couldn’t breathe, though it’s obvious that if you can’t breathe, you can’t talk at all. Another is that pinning someone with a knee on the side of the neck will not strangle or asphyxiate the person being held down that way.

    The video shows the cop keeping most of his weight on his other knee and using only one hand with the other at his own hip. Knee-pinning someone isn’t the same as using a chokehold. The autopsy didn’t indicate that the knee on the neck caused the death.

    There isn’t enough information in the article for me to comment further. Every other article I’ve read about it contains the same conclusion: that this was murder. The old southern saying applies to that kind of coverage:

    “When everybody’s telling the same tale, it’s bound to be a lie.”

    I don’t know what happened and neither do most of the writers of the articles on this subject.

    • Replies: @Stan d Mute
  325. Fred,

    A very thoughtful and informative article based on your personal experiences and observations!

    Unfortunately, there is no hope for the United States of America as evidenced in the last 3 1/2 years under the presidency of the worst and most divisive president in its history.

    The following information and link confirms it:

    “Good Morning America

    ‘No Blame?’ ABC News finds 54 cases invoking ‘Trump’ in connection with violence, threats, alleged assaults

    May 30, 2020

    https://www.yahoo.com/gma/no-blame-abc-news-finds-36-cases-invoking-080100960–abc-news-topstories.html

    Freda

  326. Luek says:

    Could we please only hire police officers who are Mr. Rogers clones?
    Life and law enforcement would be so much more simplified and humane.

  327. @InvertedMemberOperation

    All that you mentioned plus did a nickel for armed robbery/home invasion.

    If these are the gentle giants I’d hate to meet a malevolent one!

  328. If everyone was as intelligent as you, it would be a much better world.

    Bill

  329. TPI says:

    Why do you think white cops give blacks such a hard time? Are they just evil sadists? Maybe it’s because blacks give them such a hard time.

  330. @CMC

    You haven’t seen the full version before because in just the first minutes you will hear another negro onlooker talking to the (now dead) guy and admonishing him about his stupidity in resisting arrest before he was put on the ground.

    Now let’s see the video of the fifteen minutes before this clip..

  331. bomag says:
    @Daniel H

    The cop was brutal. This was all so unnecessary.

    Then it should be handled through departmental discipline and the courts, both which could use some improvement, but they are still functional. Rioting as a response should not be acceptable.

    Race relations in this country tend towards a low level riot anyway, so be careful of battered wife syndrome where you think if you just cooked the food a little bit/treated the other group a little bit better better you would avoid the regular beatings/riots.

  332. Sorry Fred. Missed the boat on this one. Negro was fighting in the back of the police vehicle:
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8374551/New-surveillance-video-appears-George-Floyd-violent-struggle-police.html

    • Agree: Stan d Mute
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  333. anarchyst says:
    @Flubber

    There’s more…
    The POS who murdered Daniel Shaver was rehired by the Mesa AZ police department for one day so that he could apply for and receive a disability pension.
    The “thin blue line” takes care of its own…

    • Replies: @Thomm
  334. anarchyst says:
    @Art

    Since 1982, the doctrine of “sovereign immunity” was expanded to cover almost every government official by the U S Supreme Court.

    This was a big mistake, as it removed responsibility for official actions from those who are supposed to be our “public servants”.

    Regardless of behavior, it is almost impossible to personally sue any government official for acts that they perform as a part of their official duties.

    This expansion of “the king can do no wrong” “official immunity” doctrine has done more to enable abusive behavior by government officials “under color of authority” than any other.

    It is possible to sue public officials for “deprivation of civil rights” but the bar is set so high that it is almost impossible to prevail in such cases.

    In many cases, judges routinely throw out such cases, citing “lack of standing to sue” or just by invoking the “sovereign immunity” privilege.

    When the few successful lawsuits are filed against public officials, their municipalities usually pay out awards from taxpayer coffers in order to avoid an extensive trial. It is less expensive to pay out a claim than to be subject to a costly court trial.

    “Official immunity” is derived from “the divine right of kings” and has no place in any society. When it comes to public officials, “equal justice under law” must be the norm, not the exception.

    Abolish “official immunity” for ALL public officials.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  335. @Twodees Partain

    The autopsy didn’t indicate that the knee on the neck caused the death.

    From the full video clip and the comments of the deceased, along with my own experience with heart attack, I’m guessing that he had a STEMI after resisting his arrest and struggling with the four cops. Haven’t seen or read the autopsy (is it out there?).

    Pretty hard to develop sympathy for a dumbass that resists arrest beyond the capacity of his health and subsequently croaks. Had he simply complied with the State goons he’d be out on the street trying to provoke his fatal HA today.

    Maybe if the country wasn’t closed for Covid hysteria our decedent would have had his condition diagnosed. Let’s call this a Covid death eh?

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  336. A bit off topic but still relevant –

    I will not comment on whether what the Minneaplois officer did to the arrestee was murder. That is a determination to be made by a jury of 12 in Hennepin County. Instead I offer the following:

    Why is it that black lives matter only when police or allegedly vigilante white are doing the killing? When it is blacks splattering other blacks, that is far less concerning to other blacks.

  337. @Jus' Sayin'...

    What did surprise me was the significant involvement of young Whites in the current social disorders…In retrospect I should not have been surprised. These young Whites have been economically screwed for almost two decades. They were exceptionally impacted in negative ways by the current lockdowns. They perceive, correctly, that they do not have a rosy future. They have all the classical reasons for social alienation and revolutionary fervor.

    This is almost exactly what I was saying to a friend yesterday morning. The young need to be able to get meaningful and well-paid work or else their youthful energy will be spent in other ways doing other things.

    I also agree with the rest of your analysis. Locking people down was a mistake brought on by government by the science/medical/technocrat “experts.”

    The looters don’t care about George Floyd. It’s all about idle hands.

  338. bluedog says:
    @mark green

    Lol you really don’t get it do you? This isn’t about the death of one black man this about the simmering rage of the working class, and his death ignited it for there are all colors in these demonstration’s.

    And you will also notice that the faces of the politician’s and their voices are strangely missing from your T.V. screen, which is strange because they love to get some free exposure and love to listen to their own voices.They don’t wish to have any attention drawn to them for the fear that they will be next and rightly so,for they and their laws for the 1% are what caused what’s going on, and no they are not immune for being the next target along with the 1%, and Trumps no help running around saying this group or that group are terrorist tweeting well shoot them he’s a loose cannon,

    Now this may simmer down but its still simmering and if they don’t make any change it will only erupt again only ten times worse,it seems the ball is in their court lets see what they do with it, my guess is nothing until it erupts into a full blown revolution or civil war.!!!

    • Replies: @fnn
    , @Rurik
  339. bluedog says:

    Hmm can’t believe all the stupid posts on this article as if murder is to be condoned because the victim is black,much of it of course is coming from trailer trash and their kin folks which I suppose can be offered as as excuse, but their are some intelligent people who post but let their racial views over come sanity.Simply how far America has gone down the crapper welcome to the third world status, but we went there back in 63 with the government killing of JFK.Bobby,King and a few others and the people did nothing…

    • Replies: @fnn
  340. @Soros to GITMO

    Oh! Now you tell us, after the riots. NEVER MIND!

    (I’m keeping my new sneakers, though.)

  341. fnn says:
    @bluedog

    This controversy is entirely racial. None of the whites who are killed by cops get even .001% of the media coverage given to this incident or the killing of Eric Garner or the killing of Michael Brown. The last killing of a white person by law enforcement that got a reasonable amount of media coverage was the killing of Vicki Weaver by an FBI sniper in 1992. And she was unarmed and standing in a doorway holding her infant child! And note that a white is killed by cops in the US every 15 hours:

    https://thosewhocansee.blogspot.com/2020/05/whence-minneapolis-riots.html

    • Replies: @bluedog
    , @bluedog
  342. Rurik says:
    @bluedog

    Lol you really don’t get it do you? This isn’t about the death of one black man this about the simmering rage of the working class, and his death ignited it for there are all colors in these demonstration’s.

    I haven’t read most of the comment on this one, but I’ll chime on yours.

    If this was about the understandable and justifiable rage of the dying middle and working class, then I’d agree with you.

    But it isn’t.

    They’ve turned the tragic death of that man into an ‘in-your-face’, overtly racial issue.

    That’s pretty much all I’ve been hearing, is the reason these “protests” didn’t end with the arrest of the officer, is because what they’re demanding is an end to the ‘systematic racism’ in America that is responsible for all the failures of the black community.

    I listened to a mayor last night saying that he agreed with the antics of the rioters, because blacks were still suffering ‘systematic racism’. He punctuated his point, by pointing out that some 75% of all juvenile arrests in his county (12% black) were African Americans.

    So it kind of gets to the heart of the matter, when leaders mention arrest rates, as proof of ‘systematic racism’, which I suppose is also responsible for fatherless households and drug use and all other foibles of the African American community.

    If a black thug shoots a black thug in Chicago, it’s a white plumber in Fort Wayne’s fault.

    Here’s a clue: Blacks getting arrested at alarmingly high rates, are, overwhelmingly- *not* a consequence of white racism. Rather, it’s a consequence of black leaders absolute unwillingness to ever insist that blacks hold themselves accountable for their actions. Duh.

    Stop acting like thugs and assholes and criminals (niggers), and people will generally treat you with the dignity you deserve. But when the news reports that a group of “teens” assaulted an elderly woman at the subway station or mall, when we all know what demographic they’re talking about, that is a problem, you see?

    It isn’t ever a group of Asian or Iranian teens who do that kind of thing. It’s blacks that do that. Sub-human scum. Niggers, IOW. Low-life POS that have zero respect for anyone or anything, and are generally filled to the brim with racial hatred on acid. Put there by their ‘reverends’ and racial pimps like Sharpton and Maxine. Two other niggers, who don’t deserve the respect I’d give a rat. Sharpton is himself, a low-life nigger, and should be treated as such, not given a TV show.

    Why don’t the Jews give dignified intellectuals like Thomas Sowell TV shows, as a role model for aspiring young black men? Instead of commie shit-stains like Cornell West?

    And the reason is because the Jewish supremacists resonate with the message of racial hatred for whites, that’s put out there by the ‘reverends’.

    If these protests were about police violence, I’d march with them. But they’re not. It’s all about hating ‘whitey’, and blaming those working class whites you were talking about, for everything that’s wrong with the black community.

    The callous way that man died, was appalling. But many of the working class white people in this country, are sick to fucking death of the eternal hatred and screeching invective that’s relentlessly heaped upon them, for the criminality, thuggery and violence of others. To the point where a lot of them are saying ‘you want to bring your chimp-out to the suburbs, well bring it on! We’re ready and waiting’.

    But it doesn’t have to be like that. Blacks and whites can get along, but the hatred is orchestrated and relentlessly provoked and stoked by the (((PTB))). Duh.

    They’re up to something with this shit. Cornhole virus, and now this. I’m not sure what it is, but it ain’t good.

    (actually I am sure what it is, because I’ve been saying it for decades. They want to turn us into Palestinians. Duh ; )

  343. Kapyong says:
    @neprof

    “The $20 bill is a Federal Reserve Note. Mess with their bills and all sorts of bad things can happen to you. Just ask friends of Muammar Gaddafi.”

    Hmmm, so you’re saying the Fed killed George Floyd ?

  344. fnn says:
    @bluedog

    https://thosewhocansee.blogspot.com/2020/05/whence-minneapolis-riots.html\

    Are Blacks really affected disproportionately by police violence?

    Brian Burghart has aimed to find out, with his database Fatal Encounters, which tracks racial data on civilian deaths in the U.S. caused by police encounters.

    Over the last 20 years, they count 28,126 total deaths due to encounters with the police. (Causes: shooting, vehicular death, taser, medical event, asphyxiation, drugs.)

    47% of them were white, 27% black, 16% Hispanic, 2% Asian (6% were race unspecified).

    The 2010 census (which falls square in the middle of this period) showed the U.S. population to be 62% white, 13% black, 16% Hispanic, and 5% Asian.

    Thus, blacks are roughly two and half times more likely to die in an encounter with the police than whites. They’re a little more than twice as likely as Hispanics to die this way, and a whopping five times more likely than Asians.

    But do all Americans have brushes with the police at the same rate? Instead of just comparing the ‘Fatal Encounters’ data to the general population, it would be more useful to compare it to the population that has encounters with law enforcement. If one out of 100 Blacks who have police run-ins die from them, but only 1 out of 1000 Whites who have police run-ins do, then that tells us something more salient.

    What does the data say?

    Department of Justice arrest records for the year 2018 report 7,710,900 total arrests (all crimes), of which Whites made up 69%, Blacks 27%, and Asians 1.4%.

    (Hispanics, which are not broken out from White / Black, are listed as 19%. We have guessed, based on Census statistics, that of that 19%, roughly 17% have been placed into the “White” category and 2% into the “Black” category. We have thus adjusted the White rate from 69% to 52%, and the Black rate from 27% to 25%.)

  345. Kapyong says:
    @ThreeCranes

    I didn’t go on for 9 minutes saying “I can’t breathe”.

    Neither did George Floyd.
    Please don’t mis-represent the facts.

  346. @Stan d Mute

    Yes, it could have been a heart attack.This probably wouldn’t be the first heart attack death listed as a covid death. On another thread, someone linked to this video by a guy with a Caribbean accent “reviewing the evidence”. It’s unintentionally hilarious.

  347. @Anonymous

    You must be a troll. “Look at face: mildly engaged, by no means angry or out of control.”

    The facial expression is that of a morbid and sadistic thug. Mr. Floyd was being pinned by three officers. Two pinning his legs, and one pinning his neck to the pavement. In another video, Mr. Floyd had been handcuffed behind his back, and was offering no resistance.
    He should have been transferred to the initial police vehicle, and driven in for further questioning. Regarding passing a potentially counterfeit $20 bill: Where is the evidence that Mr. Floyd had knowingly committed a crime?

    In another video, the police officer had arrived in another squad after the initial arrest and detainment. An altercation then occurred at the right side of the vehicle – with four officers suppressing the detainee, and one “drunken or high black felon” being suffocated by a thug.

    It’s your comment that’s “sickening”.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  348. bomag says:
    @Art

    I kind-of agree, but many of our criminal laws serve as proxies to get criminals off the streets for other crimes they’ve gotten away with.

    • Replies: @Art
  349. @Daniel H

    “It appears that the cop has one knee on the neck and another on the center of the back”

    Wrong. The position of the cop suggests that his other knee is on the ground. A knee in the back at thoracic vertebrae level while the other knee was on the neck would have had the cop facing more to his left.

  350. @anarchyst

    Official immunity started with the substitution of the Original 13th Amendment with a totally bogus and treasonous insertion of a rewritten 13th amendment and the enslavement of all U.S. citizens via the 14th amendment.

    The missing Thirteenth Amendment – TONA Research Committee – The Thirteenth Article of Amendment
    http://www.amendment-13.org/

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  351. Ahoy says:

    Americans have guns but they speed on the highway not knowing how to read the bill board that says How, When, Where.

    At the next corner he was hidden in the bush and ate them alive.

  352. @Phoenix1

    Thanx for asking.

    https://www.pnas.org/content/116/32/15877

    And thank you, Almost Missouri, for adding some more hard data to a the feel-good, science-free movement that wants us to believe that black street criminals get treated worse by cops than white street criminals. There’s almost nothing substantial to that claim. Sadly, black culture and disorganized crime are indelibly linked.

    A strong case can be made however that white collar (((financial criminals))) are often coddled and rarely punished. Wall Street parasites and insider traders deserve apprehension and real punishment, not just fines.

  353. Rurik says:
    @Achmed E. Newman

    guys valiantly standing up to the cops as “sovereign citizens”

    here’s a video of a man who tried to bring a stray dog to a shelter, but then he refused (his right under law) to show a driver’s license, (he did show them legal ID, but the female goon wouldn’t give it back), so another goon shows up, and escalates the disagreement into a violent confrontation, whereupon the female goon puts her gun into the man’s abdomen and murders him- for failing to submit to power-drunk cop.

    When I watched this the first time, the actual moment of murder was on video, but I see they’ve now edited it out.

    It’s right at the end of this video, when the female goon pulls out her sidearm and puts it to the guy’s gut, and you hear the sound of the gunshot, the screams of the women and children in the car, and the man slumps down, and dies shortly afterwards.

    A judge subsequently dismissed all charges against the murderous slag, and there was no mention of any of this in the Jewish media.

    This wasn’t a case of an accidental death, due to police brutality, but the deliberate and cold-blooded murder of an unarmed man who was only protesting within his legal rights.

    But then, black lives matter.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  354. Art says:
    @anarchyst

    Since 1982, the doctrine of “sovereign immunity” was expanded to cover almost every government official by the U S Supreme Court.

    Anarchyst — Thanks for your informative comment.

    Why am I not surprised by this usurping of power by the courts? Our forefathers correctly feared the power of government. Every legal system’s first priority is to maintain its authority – not to distribute justice.

    With that truth said – surly a law can be made that prohibits any arrest of an individual over a taillight or past parking ticket.

    The cop/gun/authority situation is fraught with the potential for grave trouble. Clearly our nation can burn over a situation gone wrong.

    It is time to take the authority to arrest over insignificant matters away from the cops and the courts.

    Art

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  355. @ThreeCranes

    Analogies are odious, subhuman cretin. Pathetic loser defender of murderers. Look up Daniel Shaver. You asshole troll liar idiot scumbag. How’s that for poetic similitude?

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  356. fnn says:

    According to the Washington Post database, a total of 41 unarmed people were shot and killed by US police in 2019. The racial composition of victims is:White: 19Black: 9Hispanic: 6Other: 4Unknown: 3— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) May 31, 2020

    • Replies: @mark green
    , @Rurik
  357. @ThreeCranes

    Scumbag troll liar. Cops are murderers. They kill more whites than blacks. Read Paul Craig Roberts on this subject. Whites like you who defend cops murdering blacks are idiots because you are next you weasel.

  358. Art says:
    @bomag

    I kind-of agree, but many of our criminal laws serve as proxies to get criminals off the streets for other crimes they’ve gotten away with.

    If someone is stopped and they have a warrant against them for a REAL crime – then they still can be arrested.

    It is the cop/gun/authority situation going bloody over a taillight – that must stop.

  359. anarchyst says:
    @Paul Vonharnish

    You are correct.

    The original Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution forbade anyone holding a “title of nobility” from serving in any governmental capacity.

    This Amendment prohibited lawyers as well as many others from serving as they held “titles of nobility” i.e. “esq.”

    I remember old school textbooks that had the original Thirteenth Amendment shown but lined out and superseded by the “civil-rights” Thirteenth Amendment.

    Regards,

  360. Truth says:

    Hey guys, just do this and I will personally forgive you for 400 years of slavery and oppression.

    https://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhib9RNPD86WITpO1p

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  361. utu says:

    Pallets of bricks ‘randomly’ appear during protests in NYC, Kansas City, Dallas and North Carolina sparking theories they were planted by cops or extremists to stoke violence
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8377069/Bricks-randomly-appear-protests-sparking-theories-planted-stoke-violence.html

  362. vot tak says:

    Independent Autopsy Finds George Floyd Died of Asphyxia Due to Neck, Back Compressions

    https://sputniknews.com/us/202006011079490557-independent-autopsy-finds-george-floyd-died-of-asphyxia-due-to-neck-back-compressions/

    “Sustained pressure on the right side of Mr. Floyd’s carotid artery impeded blood flow to the brain, and weight on his back impeded his ability to breathe. The independent examiners found that weight on the back, handcuffs and positioning were contributory factors because they impaired the ability of Mr. Floyd’s diaphragm to function,” the Floyd family attorney said in a Monday statement provided to the Associated Press.

    The autopsy concluded Floyd’s May 25 death was therefore a “homicide caused by asphyxia due to neck and back compression that led to a lack of blood flow to the brain.”

    MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW”

    Well that kills one zionazi-GAY webspamming talking point, not that it will stop israel’s subhumanoid takeitupthebuttskys from continuing to spam the “heart attack” angle, though.

  363. vot tak says:

    See also:

    ‘His death was a homicide’: George Floyd died of asphyxiation under police officer’s knee, independent autopsy confirms

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490441-george-floyd-died-asphyxia-neck/

    “BREAKING: #GeorgeFloyd – Independent autopsy performed by Dr. Michael Baden and Dr. Allecia Wilson concludes Floyd died of “Asphyxia due to compression of the neck” and no underlying medical conditions.

    The findings of the autopsy, carried out by medical examiners Dr. Michael Baden and Dr. Allecia Wilson, differ from those of the Hennepin County Medical Examiner, who examined Floyd’s body before Chauvin was charged with murder on Friday. The examiner’s report revealed “no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation,” and suggested that Floyd’s “underlying health conditions and any potential intoxicants in his system” likely contributed to his death.”

    What is clear now is that the “Hennepin County medical examiner” is corrupt and covering for the murdering cops. He/she/they should be thoroughly investigated and prosecuted for their role as accessories after the fact in this murder.

    • Troll: FLgeezer
  364. Al Lipton says:

    Fred:
    People (healthy well built men) don’t die by having their neck squeezed to the ground. It looks uncomfortable and politically incorrect but it’s not lethal. That poor guy was very sick. Before he died, he put out a good fight with the police officers, which led them to believe that he still had some fighting stamina left in him.

    And what about that young black thug beating up elderly white people in nursing home just because of their skin color? Why no outrage? No celebrities? No politicians? No white lives matter? Or, old lives matter? Or, human lives matter? Nothing. Silence. No even a gas station looted. Not a single bicycle set on fire.

    • Troll: vot tak
  365. Mike-SMO says:

    Garbage!

    What that video showed was a middele aged man dieing of a self-inflicted drug over-dose.

    If Floyd was talking, then he was breathing. That aspect is simple.

    George Floyd was calm although “under the influence” in the early portion of the security video. At the police car (out of the security camera field of view), Floyd began to get aggitated and began to panic. An experienced officer or phytsician would expect such behavior to be the early stages of an irrational, violent outburst, so he maintained control of Floyd on the ground to maintain everyone’s safety. Floyd’s comments about breathing, fear and “pain” reflect the progression of the drug effects. Since Floyd was 46 years old (old enough to know better), the progression of the aggitation to frank violence was interrupted, most likely by a heart attack. Drugs are a young person’s game.

    Ther final autopsy will probably report a heart attack (or maybe a lung embolism) as a cause of death with a mixture of stimulant drugs in his blood. Death in the city.

    When someone talks of drugs as a victimless crime, review George Floyd’s last moments in the video. The police officer restrained Floyd during his final panic to protect both Floyd and the officer, but did nothing to hasten the death. Floyd’s jabbering was simple panic. One of the “friends” in the car with Floyd in the security video sold him the deadly poison. Floyd was doomed as soon as he took/injected that poison.

    Drugs is bad. OK?

    • Troll: vot tak
  366. Mike-SMO says:

    Garbage!

    What that video showed was a middele aged man dieing of a self-inflicted drug over-dose.

    If Floyd was talking, then he was breathing. That aspect is simple.

    George Floyd was calm although “under the influence” in the early portion of the security video. At the police car (out of the security camera field of view), Floyd began to get aggitated and began to panic. An experienced officer or phytsician would expect such behavior to be the early stages of an irrational, violent outburst, so he maintained control of Floyd on the ground to maintain everyone’s safety. Floyd’s comments about breathing, fear and “pain” reflect the progression of the drug effects. Since Floyd was 46 years old (old enough to know better), the progression of the aggitation to frank violence was interrupted, most likely by a heart attack. Drugs are a young person’s game.

    Ther final autopsy will probably report a heart attack (or maybe a lung embolism) as a cause of death with a mixture of stimulant drugs in his blood. Death in the city.

    When someone talks of drugs as a victimless crime, review George Floyd’s last moments in the video. The police officer restrained Floyd during his final panic to protect both Floyd and the officer, but did nothing to hasten the death. Floyd’s jabbering was simple panic. One of the “friends” in the car with Floyd in the security video sold him the deadly poison. Floyd was doomed as soon as he took/injected that poison.

    Drugs is bad. OK?

    • Replies: @bluedog
    , @Commentator Mike
  367. bluedog says:
    @fnn

    Oh but its not as simply as that for when you look at the people you see all colors whites brown, reds,yellows,as for fatherless children the country swarms with them, and a very large percentage of them are white,hell I can take you down to any watering hole on a Friday or Sat. night and its full of white girls 18-20 with 1-2-3 kids just waiting for someone to call daddy, and I live in the country and the cities are ten times worse.

    JFK was right when he said :Those who would make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable” and he was right and your seeing the beginning of it,now this will die down until the next time when it will blossom all over again, you appear to be racist or at least that’s what your post indicates and you will always stay racist for people seldom change,!!!.!!!

  368. vot tak says:

    “People (healthy well built men) don’t die by having their neck squeezed to the ground. It looks uncomfortable and politically incorrect but it’s not lethal. That poor guy was very sick.”

    Independent Autopsy Finds George Floyd Died of Asphyxia Due to Neck, Back Compressions

    https://sputniknews.com/us/202006011079490557-independent-autopsy-finds-george-floyd-died-of-asphyxia-due-to-neck-back-compressions/

    See also:

    ‘His death was a homicide’: George Floyd died of asphyxiation under police officer’s knee, independent autopsy confirms

    https://www.rt.com/usa/490441-george-floyd-died-asphyxia-neck/

    Well that kills one zionazi-GAY webspamming talking point, not that it will stop israel’s subhumanoid takeitupthebuttskys from continuing to spam the “heart attack” angle, or some other horseshit to help facilitate the murderers get away with this murder, though.

    Already another zionazi-gay die hard spammer as I wrote this comment:

    “What that video showed was a middele aged man dieing of a self-inflicted drug over-dose.”

  369. bluedog says:
    @fnn

    Then if that’s the case why don’t the whites do something about it,its simply for a number of reasons they lack the balls to do it,they are to lazy to protest,it fails to concern them so why get involved,I might get a few bumps or any of 100 different excuses,no I don’t follow you or your logic for its nothing but excuses,!!!!

  370. bluedog says:
    @Mike-SMO

    And your full of shit for on FOX they just stated that the doctors said it was from neck and back suppression that caused his death,Stupidity is bad. OK

  371. @obwandiyag

    “How’s that for poetic similitude?”

    I don’t know. I’m not a poet. But I can tell you this; you should insert commas between nouns and a hyphen between words acting as a compound noun. Like this:

    “You asshole, troll, liar, idiot-scumbag.” but that’s assuming that you meant to call me an idiot-scumbag. If you meant to call me both an idiot and a scumbag then it should have been written like this: “You asshole, troll, liar, idiot, scumbag.” Personally–and I realize that this is just a matter of taste–I prefer the first wherein I am a scumbag of a particularly odious kind, i.e. of the idiot type. This as contrasted with just an ordinary, garden-variety scumbag.(note use of hyphen between modifier and adjective) The first seems to roll off the tongue with a little more punch.

    Keep writing, Obwangadingdong! Have faith. Your skills will improve!

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  372. @ThreeCranes

    Misdirection. Right out of the talking-point memo.

    Still can’t answer the fact that analogies are odious. Nor Daniel Shaver.

    Because you are a troll. I mean a “professional” one, not some guy you just find annoying online.

    And this just earns you another quarter. I’m making you rich!

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    , @ThreeCranes
  373. @Stephen Dodge

    and in the goodness of your heart, please say a prayer for people like me who can read hearts.

    Back in the day, it was helpful, trust me, but as I grow old, I understand what a burden it has been.

    Well, God loves us all, and maybe God appreciates what I have suffered, knowing what i know.

    • Replies: @Stephen Dodge
  374. @Art

    “With that truth said – surly a law can be made that prohibits any arrest of an individual over a taillight or past parking ticket.”

    Through the subterfuge of “administrative law”, judges can refuse a request for a jury trial for traffic offenses by claiming that the offense isn’t a matter of criminal law. It then would logically follow that if the offense isn’t criminal, then there should be no arrest and thus, no chases over such offenses and absolutely no authority to use deadly force.

    Logic has no place in enforcement, obviously.

    • Replies: @Art
  375. Ward says:

    Wrong definition provided for “probable cause.”

  376. @obwandiyag

    It’s not “analogies are odious”, fool. It’s “comparisons are odious”. Nietzsche (among others)

    • Replies: @obwandiyag
  377. @Truth

    Good luck to find your salvation.

  378. @obwandiyag

    There’s no comparison between Daniel Shaver’s case and that of this black dude. Shavers did everything he could to comply. Black dude resisted.

    Personally, I don’t think police should be putting their knees on people’s necks, except in extreme cases. But the dude had made this date with destiny many years ago.

    Neither you nor I had or have any power to change his fate. He’d been working towards this his whole life. As I told Fred, stop pretending Floyd was powerless. You make a woman out of him. You strip him of his autonomy and dignity. Recognize that he had made the decisions that made this collision inevitable. In doing so you give him back his manhood. You are bringing the sentiments of a hand-wringing, ululating, woman mourner to this event. Stop it. He died like a man, not like a helpless victim. As a fellow warrior, you owe him that much. Now man up and stop behaving like a woman.

  379. @mark green

    Philip Brailsford, the cop who murdered Daniel Shavers in cold blood, was exonerated. A “good shoot,” so “not guilty”–though he was fired. He was an outright, caught-on-film murderer but, because he was a uniformed cop (and thus, a member of America’s largest criminal gang), he walked.

    It gets worse (for us): Brailsford was REHIRED by the City of Mesa, AZ so as to qualify him for a tax-free $32,000 a year for life “special disability pension” to treat his claimed PTSD.

    PTSD that he claims he suffers from due to his stress in the aftermath of his murder of the unarmed, crawling on the carpet in his underwear, Daniel Shavers.

    Whose wife & two daughters are now bereft.

    Philip Brailsford. PTSD? WTF?!? Remember the name. I do. Every time the police call me for a donation.

    • Thanks: mark green
  380. OK Fredo, I’m white. Off the top of my head…

    1. I’ve been caught urinating. The cop lectured me and included an insult about my hygienic habits. He also issued a fine to me.

    2. Easter Sunday, about 15 years ago, I was stopped at 3:30 am in Manhattan after a date with a woman in Queens. I was given no reason for the stop but was nervous and kept my mouth shut. I was asked what I’m doing “driving around”. I was frisked. They searched my car’s interior and trunk.

    3. I was stopped in the Bronx and asked what I was doing in the area. I told the truth which was that I wanted to get Wendy’s and only knew of one in that area. They searched my car and removed a small screwdriver which they said was “filed down” to be a “shank”. I don’t know where I got the screwdriver but it looked normal to me. I was instructed to “go home”.

    4. A cop in Larchmont pulled me over because I (very slightly, for about 2 seconds in my estimation) veered over the double yellow. I was asked if I had been drinking or using drugs. (Apparently my eyes are “glassy” or I just have a strange, “drugged-out” appearance). I was asked what I was doing there as I have a NYC address. I was ticketed for the traffic violation.

    Piss off Fred

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @Jeff Stryker
  381. @ThreeCranes

    You got that wrong, just like you get everything wrong.

    It’s Shakespeare and it’s “comparisons are odorous.” Which refers to what you do. In simple language, which is all you can understand, you stink.

    And Nietzsche absolutely incontestably did not say “comparisons.” He said something like Vergleiche.

    Here’s what the Dic says in definition of the phrase “comparisons are odious.”
    “To draw an analogy is offensive.”

    You are stupider than me.

    And you of course divert and pedant. Because you are a troll and that’s your job. Congratulations on winning another quarter. Only one though. I’m not dealing with your other diversion because I already addressed it. Except you can’t read. Or won’t. Or your job won’t let you most likely.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  382. Art says:
    @Twodees Partain

    “With that truth said – surly a law can be made that prohibits any arrest of an individual over a taillight or past parking ticket.”

    Is that not an idea whose time has come — no arrest – no going to jail – over a ticket offense. That includes not paying the ticket or showing up to court for the ticket – NO JAIL!

    (The courts can collect their money just like every other collector.)

    There is just too much legal mischief, generating hard feelings, with chances for causing economic hardship over minor infractions of the law.

    When it comes to blacks, in many poor communities, the legal system is Jim Crow II.

    If we want to fix black discrimination in America – we must stop giving the cops the right to suppress blacks with dubious arrests over nothing.

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
  383. @Wally

    Proving conclusively that all cops are evil, all cops will kill anybody and everybody, and this whole thing is not about race, it’s about class. Like everything.

    Not that you bozos on here even get what I’m saying. Because talk about class scares you.

    • Replies: @SBaker
  384. ASS says:

    LMAO the arteriosclerotic nigger was a methamphetamine and fentynal addict. His life is worth literally nothing. Do you think niggers have sympathy for you? You boomers need to shut the fuck up. You need to nut the fuck up and vote baby Hitler into power. You are disgracefully weak and infested whole generations with nigger adoration. Niggers are subsidized in our communities. I fucking promise that if the klan was still alive these niggers would be very properly behaved. You stupid fucks set us up. You drank the kool-aid too you apathetic last-man incarnate.

  385. Hey Fred you generalizing twit,

    My uncle was NYPD and I’ve lived in NYC my entire life. (Unfortunately) I’ve had more interactions with blacks and Latinos than you. And your interactions with blacks have been while going around in police cars. So stop the street cred crap Fred. You have none. You were lucky to grow up in a nice small white town in rural VA. I had a black kid slam a metal lunchbox over my head when I was in 1st grade. There’s still a scar next to my eye. I wish you were twenty years younger and that I could tell you to your face how many stupid generalizations you make, especially for a know-it-all.

    Go back to the pro-Latino articles in which you try to blackpill us into giving up and interbreeding with racial aliens if they speak English, use a smartphone, and are pretty. At least those pieces are funny.

    Screw off Fred. And I’m still waiting for you to thank me for embarrassing myself by trying to get a refund for you that you’d already received you lazy bastard.

  386. @Mike-SMO

    Drugs is bad. OK?

    Go tell that to pharmacomafia that keep shoving synthetics down people’s throats while getting cops to harass those using the natural varieties, or synthetics the FDA disapproves of as it’s in the pay of Big Pharma.

  387. @Rurik

    Authoritarian scum. I’ve had dealings with some very decent cops too, which I’ll put in another comment some time.

    Thanks, Rurik. Your comments are always very truthful.

    • Thanks: Rurik
  388. @obwandiyag

    You have unmasked me. I sing for quarters. You win. Get up off your knees, Obwandiyag. I know when I’ve been licked.

  389. @Truth

    The Census of 1860 showed that only 1.4% of the American people owned slaves.

    Slightly more than 50% of today’s American white population arrived on these shores as immigrants post 1865 i.e. post slavery. So, no guilt.

    Consequently, white Americans have nothing to apologize to blacks for.

    Blacks should grovel before whites’ for white’s magnanimous treatment in spite of black’s trying to pull off this grift. Blacks lie and distort history which poisons race relations in both the USA and the world.. Being black means begging for handouts from whites and pillaging for booty and trying to run scams for free stuff. Shameless.

    • Agree: Lee Lepanto, FLgeezer
    • Replies: @Truth
  390. @Fiendly Neighbourhood Terrorist

    Racism is just a fancy term for noticing the world around you and thinking and acting accordingly.

  391. Biff says:
    @Lee Lepanto

    OK Fredo, I’m white. Off the top of my head…

    1. I’ve been caught urinating. The cop lectured me and included an insult about my hygienic habits. He also issued a fine to me.

    2. Easter Sunday, about 15 years ago, I was stopped at 3:30 am in Manhattan after a date with a woman in Queens. I was given no reason for the stop but was nervous and kept my mouth shut. I was asked what I’m doing “driving around”. I was frisked. They searched my car’s interior and trunk.

    3. I was stopped in the Bronx and asked what I was doing in the area. I told the truth which was that I wanted to get Wendy’s and only knew of one in that area. They searched my car and removed a small screwdriver which they said was “filed down” to be a “shank”. I don’t know where I got the screwdriver but it looked normal to me. I was instructed to “go home”.

    4. A cop in Larchmont pulled me over because I (very slightly, for about 2 seconds in my estimation) veered over the double yellow. I was asked if I had been drinking or using drugs. (Apparently my eyes are “glassy” or I just have a strange, “drugged-out” appearance). I was asked what I was doing there as I have a NYC address. I was ticketed for the traffic violation.

    You live in a Police State(duh!), and you helped Fred get his point across.

    • Replies: @Lee Lepanto
  392. The Scalpel says: • Website
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Why did Garner pull Floyd back out of the car? Had that not happened, this would be a whole different story. It did not appear that they did so to provide medical assistance. Of course we will probably never be sure about the answer to that question. There is only one side’s story.

    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  393. The Scalpel says: • Website
    @Biff

    “Like lambs to the slaughterhouse…”

    Agree

  394. The Scalpel says: • Website
    @Stephen Dodge

    This may sound harsh, but there was no good reason for you to be fighting in Iraq. If your cancer was caused by something related to you being there, it is a sad consequence of your ignorance or your cowardly inability to refuse to participate in unwarranted mass violence. Your remaining time on earth would best be spent trying to convince others not to make the same mistakes you made. Same goes for those who fought in Vietnam.

    • Agree: bluedog, acementhead
    • Disagree: Lee Lepanto
    • Replies: @Stephen Dodge
  395. anonymous[421] • Disclaimer says:

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    DO WHILE TRUE
    ….ThreatenSanctionNations();
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    ….END IF
    LOOP

  396. Kazdem11 says:
    @mark green

    And you think lack of protest is good thing? There are not good ones over here. White people have this reflex to defend cops. It is just petty racism.

  397. @The Scalpel

    I have seen a video of when Lloyd was put in the cruiser. Strangely it has been heavily redacted. It does not show him being initially placed in the cruiser, nor when he was removed from the cruiser. What the video shows is Lloyd already in the cruiser with the cruiser’s door open, one of the Asian cops standing by and Lloyd’s lower legs sticking out and he is kicking. The Asian cop cannot close the door because of this and calls Chauvin to assist. Chauvin and the Asian cop try to get Lloyd’s legs in the car but can’t, he is kicking too much. At this point a clearly frustrated Chauvin goes around to the other side while the Asian cop watches the open cruiser door. The redacted video most likely shows that Lloyd was resisting before being placed in the cruiser and resisting after Chauvin went around the other side and opened the door to resolve the idiotic situation, and that doesn’t fit the narrative of innocent blackman attacked by waycist cops. I have witnessed a similar situation outside a mall here in Canada. A Wakandan had been arrested and cuffed. He was face down being held down by four cops. He was struggling and screeching like a monkey. The cops said over and over “stop resisting and we will let you up”. It took nearly five minutes to get through to this vibrant black genius. They got him on his feet, put him in the cruiser shut the door and he immediately began screeching like a monkey again. I am a White Man and have been arbitrarily hassled by cops my entire life. It didn’t stop until Toronto instituted a policy(when I was 57 years old) that if an officer stops someone and doesn’t make an arrest, they must issue a ” receipt” of the encounter, not a single incident of harassment after that. I learned early on if a cop stops me, I freeze I do not move my feet I do not move my hands or stick them in my pockets. My entire demeanor is of an Army enlisted man in front of an officer. I do not speak unless spoken to and I say “Yes Sir” when addressed. You wouldn’t believe how using “Yes Sir” when answering a cop will lower the temperature of one of these unpleasant encounters. I have been arrested but once, for graffiti, and I used all skills to show the cops I wasn’t an idiot. I knew my defense started with the cops, and it worked. I wasn’t even cuffed until they walked me into the station and that’s because its required. The cops wrote a favorable report to the judge and I received a “conditional discharge”, so I have no criminal record. The cherry on top is that my idiot jewish lawyer never explained what a conditional discharge means and while on probation I was caught infiltrating Toronto’s famous abandoned subway station(Lower Bay Station). Luckily, one of the cops was the guy that arrested me for graffiti. I should have gone to jail that night for violating probation and I would have lost my conditional discharge. He let me go with a promise to tell my probation officer of the incident, didn’t even kick me out of the subway. My advice to Wakandans who complain of police harassment is to first stop acting like Wakandans, and second realize the cops harrass all races young and old.

    • Agree: ThreeCranes
    • Replies: @Truth
    , @John Johnson
  398. Truth says:
    @ThreeCranes

    The Census of 1860 showed that only 1.4% of the American people owned slaves.

    Well my brother, 1/100th of that percentage of black people have murdered honkees, so I guess we have nothing to apologize about either?

    • Agree: ThreeCranes
    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  399. Truth says:
    @Bombercommand

    I have seen a video of when Lloyd was put in the cruiser. Strangely it has been heavily redacted. It does not show him being initially placed in the cruiser, nor when he was removed from the cruiser.

    Well of course not Old Sport. If they went back too far you would have seen the director given the actors direction.

    • LOL: bluedog
    • Replies: @Bombercommand
  400. SBaker says:
    @Rational

    Bud in law enforcement has revealed multiple felony arrests for St. George and a drug screen has revealed fentanyl and recent meth use.

  401. @Truth

    Perhaps, Truth, but I don’t buy the story this is a fake incident. Mr Lloyd is clearly in extreme distress, didn’t you see he had pissed himself, a long line of piss is running down the pavement, and there was drool on the pavement by his mouth, he was finished. I don’t know if you have ever seen a dead person, but when the paramedics got him he had that “broken doll” look an nobody can fake that. He must have gone limp at some point before death, and Chauvin would have felt that and known there would be no more compliance problem. Mr Lloyd was a worthless human being and brought this on himself, but he did not deserve death. What I object to is the joooooish media fictionalizing this to turbocharge anti-White hate speech and anti-White hate in the mentally challenged dusky masses, giving them the excuse to act out their racist hate against Whitey.

    • Replies: @bluedog
    , @Truth
  402. denk says:

    I ask John *we’r not allowed to talk about black crime* Derbyshire, who’s a staunch supporter of HK/Tibet/UIghur ‘freedom fighters’ in China…..

    How do you like it when some prick gloats on the riots in Minneapolis,
    Causing this crisis in the US is good for us

    GUess what, the hypocrite disallow me talking about white hypocrisy !

    hehhehehhe

    —————–

    prick

    causing this crisis for the Chinese government … is good in the national interests of the US.””

    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/52253.htm

    • Replies: @denk
  403. @Ahoy

    Well, pass the info around. To as many people as you can.

  404. bluedog says:
    @Bombercommand

    Your trying to straddle the fence and the only thing that will get you is a sore crotch.on the one hand you say you don’t condone the killing(but in reality you really do) but on the other hand he was nothing but a nigger.So which is it,it seems you have as much hate as those that you condemn or more.!!!

  405. denk says:
    @denk

    YOu know whats the problem with USA ?

    There’r too many JOhn Derbyshire clones , who forget their forebear’s teaching….
    Charity starts at home.

    They support every fukus interventions, meddling in the world , even when their own country is turning into a shit hole.

    No wonder Fred has to exile himself to Mexico. !

    • Replies: @denk
  406. @Truth

    Now we’re talking. I interact with black people often as part of my daily life. I would never expect a black person to apologize to me for anything another black person may have done, nor would I allow any black person to expect that of me with respect to anything another white person may have done. I treat them like equals and expect to be treated as such, which is why I get along well with blacks. Most of them have pretty sunny dispositions and if you allow them to express that, you’ll get along fine.

    On the other hand, not only do I not venture down Martin Luther King boulevard after dark but I also wouldn’t play a pick-up game of basketball with a majority of blacks on a public basketball court. Derbyshire is right. Any gathering of blacks is to be avoided. They are pack animals. They hunt as a pack as the old Africa Addio videos show. Scroll to 46:19. Primitive, but that’s how all of us were back in the day, herd hunters. Blacks still have many genes that were selected for this kind of living while the rest of us on the planet became farmers.

  407. @Bombercommand

    My advice to Wakandans who complain of police harassment is to first stop acting like Wakandans, and second realize the cops harrass all races young and old.

    They will never make that connection.

    If you are doing crimes it is best to be polite so they don’t add additional charges. It doesn’t make sense to resist arrest or worse try to fight the police.

    If you aren’t committing crimes then it really doesn’t make sense to resist arrest. It isn’t going to help your case.

    I have seen video after video of Blacks that believe they have a right to walk away or resist arrest. I wonder how much of it comes from liberal Whites filling their heads with the idea that White men are trying to control them and they need to resist when possible. Whatever the cause it is really, really stupid.

    Blacks and liberals cheer when they resist arrest but if you actually cared about Blacks you would not want them to act like idiots around the police. It leads to additional charges and more Blacks in jail.

  408. The redacted video most likely shows that Lloyd was resisting before being placed in the cruiser and resisting after Chauvin went around the other side and opened the door to resolve the idiotic situation, and that doesn’t fit the narrative of innocent blackman attacked by waycist cops.

    He was resisting by freezing up. A 6’6 man can simply lock up to resist arrest. The media has been lying by saying he wasn’t resisting.

    But the cop was still wrong to keep a knee on his neck. I’m sure he was partially doing it because the crowd was yelling at him.

    What I don’t get is why so many Whites sign up to be police in these areas. It seems like a high stress job with few benefits. They aren’t supported by the mayor and the justice system won’t lock up Blacks unless they commit a serious crime. This is simply because there aren’t enough jail cells to hold them and Democrats balk at the idea of building new prisons.

    Blacks should police themselves. That is what they want so I say give it to them. Whites should move away from these areas.

    • Replies: @vot tak
  409. @Lee Lepanto

    Here’s the difference

    The white simply cooperates. A few don’t. But your average middle-class white collar white regards a street cop as a civil servant and producers his ID, goes through some motions and the interaction is over in 10 minutes.

    The middle-class white has no warrants, is not driving a stolen vehicle, is not on a parole.

    I’ve been handcuffed and when handcuffed you simply go through the motions. Once handcuffed and in the back of a police car, the police officer usually relaxes somewhat.

  410. SBaker says:
    @obwandiyag

    Here’s a tip for you medicine man, it’s about behavior. Have a look at the pathetic state of your home continent.

    • Agree: Lee Lepanto
  411. SBaker says:
    @obwandiyag

    I see a pathetic failure of a small-minded, meager man, green with envy of anyone who has excelled and come out on top. Envy and ingratitude; the hallmarks of every lazy dweeb on the planet.

  412. @Biff

    His claimed that whites aren’t also hassled by the police.

    Did you skip that part?

  413. @fnn

    Thank you for supplying that basic data. It speaks volumes. It’s unfortunate that our MSM declines to provide raw information like this. If they did, the entire BLM circus tent might fold and our focus would return to where it belongs: Fighting black crime. Saving white civilization.

    PS- and billions of dollars in looting and physical destruction could have been averted.

  414. Rurik says:
    @fnn

    According to the Washington Post database, a total of 41 unarmed people were shot and killed by US police in 2019. The racial composition of victims is:

    White: 19
    Black: 9
    Hispanic: 6
    Other: 4
    Unknown: 3

    black lives matter

  415. geokat62 says:

    • Replies: @utu
  416. @Truth

    To that I render the Scotch Verdict: Not Proven.

  417. utu says:
    @geokat62

    Few years ago there was a paper that showed that number of killings by police per number interactions with police is very similar for Blacks, Whites and Hispanics. I also remember looking at some data that indicated that Whites may have it slightly worse. If so it could be explained as follows:

    (1) Blacks are more savvy when dealing with police than the clueless Whites who still believe that police might be their friend.

    (2) Police is more reluctant to kill Blacks because of possible of backlash in the media because Black community feels solidarity with their own even the so-called criminals while the White community feels more solidarity with police than with ‘criminal’ Whites. So they rarely complain and that’s why (plus being naive about police) their killings while in confrontation with police is more likely than for Blacks.

  418. HZ says:

    A few days later now that the facts are comming out your centrist article sure makes you look stupid.

  419. @Stephen Dodge

    last comment on this thread, I promise.

    Lots of you reading this do not know that Fred Reed is a great guy, a great American.

    Well he is.

    Read his autobiographical stories, try and understand how much he loves America. I disagree with him on a lot but he is a great guy, trust me.

    As for me, don’t worry. There are 5 billion or so people in this world, maybe a billion can read English, maybe 2 or 3 out of that billion have spent a moment or two wondering what I have been trying to say. God bless you all. You will never understand, but almost all of us can say something similar when we talk about what we have done in the light of God’s love for us. ALMOST ALL OF US. yes there are exceptions, they (the exceptions) are the critters we need to either take care of or …. well, if they refuse to be taken care of, well, then, defend that which is good, my friends, against people who hate that which is good.

    I don’t pretend to be anyone special, but I have met lots of people or critters (angels, saints, the best of dogs and cats and other creatures that people like you, if you are not an unordinary person, don’t care about) who pray for anyone I pray for, whether you are the one or two or three in a billion or not. Trust me it is all the same to me, whoever you are, and God loves you all, and if you pray for even a MILLISECOND for someone I pray for, or if you EVEN THINK ABOUT THE FACT THAT IT WOULD BE A GOOD IDEA TO PRAY FOR SOMEONE I pray for, even if just for a millisecond, well congratulations. YOU DID SOMETHING RIGHT!

    magna est veritas et PRAEVALEBIT.

    God bless you, Fred.
    (i never have made a cent off of my ability to speak words of truth, not a single cent, and I have not used this ability to seduce women, to trick the foolish out of their hard earned wages, or to otherwise make me look good. in fact, for me, the truth is reward enough)

  420. vot tak says:
    @John Johnson

    “What I don’t get is why so many Whites sign up to be police in these areas.”

    Because they can engage in sadistic, corrupt and criminal activities without the oversight. They can do it more blatantly and face less risk of being called to account.

    • Replies: @Truth
  421. denk says:
    @denk

    Even now,
    Trump wanna ‘sanction’ China to support HK ‘freedom fighters’ , as if this isnt enough, the US is inciting its Indian cousins to pick fight with the Chinese.

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2020/05/28/after-failure-of-covid-19-bioweapon-trumps-turns-to-india-as-weapon-against-china/

    What a wonderful country you’ve over there !

  422. Richard B says:
    @Epaminondas

    I knew she was Mexican.

    Didn’t know she was jewish.

    Nuff said.

    So many of his articles make sense now.

    Thanks.

  423. Truth says:
    @vot tak

    $80,000 a year and 25 year retirement sound good to a guy with a high school diploma also.

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  424. Ahoy says:

    Is your sensitivity working one way only Fred? Where were you when this unlucky man was killed by police exactly the same way as Floyd? He could not breath either.

    ARE YOU ONE OF THOSE WHITE HATERS FRED?

  425. Thomm says:
    @anarchyst

    Yes, this incident was unusually disturbing. Really in a class by itself.

    He truly could not have avoided execution. Most blacks killed by cops are doing something inadvisable to begin with. But Daniel Shaver just could not have avoided it. They were absolutely intent on killing him, and were getting frustrated that it was taking longer than they wanted for him to make a mistake.

    A white cop killing a white civilian.

    The cop who killed him had everything pointing to him being a bad cop. His gun had ‘You’re Fucked’ engraved on it, for Christ’s sake.

    If there was one killing that was completely beyond any possible chance of framing as ‘the cop made an error’, it is this one. There is really no other example that is this bad. Truly.

    I think the widow’s civil suit is still active, though.

  426. Dumbo says:

    Blacks are the new Western Gods. They can’t be touched, they can’t be criticized, no matter how bad their behaviour. They must be constantly appeased with the sacrifice of white virgins. White privilege is the new “original sin”. Whites will never atone for they unforgivable whiteness, not even if they are constantly murdered and raped by feral negros, that’s only their righteous comeuppance. Appease the Angry Black God!!!

    • Replies: @Biff
  427. Ahoy says:

    Fred, you better quit using the pen. You ain’t got it man. You are not only short on brains you are also very dangerous.

    http://sxolianews.blogspot.com/2020/06/blog-post_2.html

  428. @Mefobills

    The church has been usurped and no longer has moral authority, especially in economic affairs.

    Exactly.

    The Church for the better part of two millennia was the collective which kept the tribalism of the Jew collective from dominating as it has for over a hundred years now since those of Euro descent have become atomized by Jew induced individualism and the weakening of The Church by Jew induced Protestantism with all of its subsets Enlightenment, etc.

  429. fnn says:

    Once you see the facts as shown above, it’s obvious that this moral panic/mass hysteria was orchestrated by MSM -Deep State-Permanent Govt elements for political purposes. These are the same elements that brought about the Maidan Coup in Ukraine. Ironically, Ukraine today is the only country in the world where “white supremacy” is NOT taboo. That’s because Azov Battalion and other Banderites are part of the State Dept-Kosher front against Russia.

  430. fnn says:

    Neocons are getting into the act posting this stuff:

    Blacks “were about a quarter of those killed by cops last year…that share of black victims is less than what the black crime rate would predict”Blacks were responsible for 53% of homicides & 60% of robberies despite only making up 13% of the population https://t.co/KegFWRhDPh— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) June 3, 2020

    “A 2015 Justice Department analysis of the Philadelphia Police Department found that white police officers were less likely than black or Hispanic officers to shoot unarmed black suspects.” https://t.co/KegFWRhDPh— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) June 3, 2020

  431. Just a friendly reminder, the supreme court ruling that cops are under no legal obligation to protect people or property… But they are legally allowed to kill anyone with impunity!

    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/06/ryan-mcmaken/minneapolis-riots-are-a-reminder-that-police-dont-protect-you-or-your-property/

    • Replies: @bluedog
  432. botazefa says:
    @Escher

    These rioters need to be put down, hard!

    Why? I mean, they seem to be expressing their anger quite accurately – at the police force of the wealthy.

    If anyone needs to be put down hard it is the rich who see every chaotic moment as an opportunity to make more money.

  433. bluedog says:
    @VinnyVette

    Yep had a state trooper tell me that once, “we aren’t here to protect the people, we are here to protect the state” using your dollars,Funny thing about those dollars have a friend on the force and he was telling me he makes $70.000 a year and the way they have it set up he only works 6 months out of the year, so I guess he’s making a $140,000 thousand a year with plenty of time to spend it.!!!!

    • Replies: @VinnyVette
  434. @Truth

    Cops don’t make $85,000 a year unless they’re gold shield detectives.

    Chauvin is in uniform in his mid-forties, an age when a halfway decent cop would have made detective. He’s obviously a low breed of cattle as far as law enforcement goes.

    Curiously, African-America police don’t abuse white trash meth addicts. You’d think that racist black cops would be terrorizing the trailer parks and pulling an Eddie Murphy in the meth bars, throwing bikers up against walls.

    You don’t see abuses by African-American police against the worst white trash. Partly this is because the poorest mutant strains of what were once Europeans in America are out rural areas.

    But you don’t see African-American police beating on the remainder of the urban whites-the Italians, the Jews, whoever.

    African-American excessive force allegations are not uncommon, but they’re rarely racial.

    Of course most serious white criminals are mafia or bikers with $800 an hour lawyers who are going to get them off half the time and most of them have friends on the force.

    Still, its rare for some black cop to go beating on white lowlifes.

    • Replies: @Truth
    , @VinnyVette
  435. Truth says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    In major cities, police have to turn down opportunities to work overtime which goes to time and a half, then doubletime.

    Overall, the 1,776 cops at the Port Authority earned an average of $132,414.

    But 214 cops and superior officers made $200,000 or more.

    https://nypost.com/2018/03/27/port-authority-cops-set-new-records-with-overtime-pay/

    https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nypd-top-overtime-earners-pension-padding-article-1.1598690

    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-2007-mar-31-me-overtime31-story.html

    https://postnewsgroup.com/2018/03/03/overtime-pay-drives-police-officer-salaries-300000-year/

  436. vot tak says:

    Agent Provocateurs: Police at Protests All Over the Country Caught Destroying Property

    Police all over the world commonly use plants and undercover cops to undermine protests.
    by Alan Macleod

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/agent-provocateurs-police-caught-destroying-property-protests/268125/

    “In Seattle, police were caught on camera smashing through the door of a local Target, seemingly far away from any conflict or commotion.

    In Boston, video circulated appears to show multiple police officers destroying their own car.

    In San Bernardino, CA, protestors claim they held four hours of peaceful demonstrations until the police arrived, at which point the area was engulfed in flames.

    In Chicago, images show a group of police swarm a car, hitting it with clubs. Eyewitnesses say they were looking for looters but they attacked the wrong vehicle anyway.

    Earlier this week there was also the suspicious case of the Minnesota vandal dubbed “Umbrella Man.” Video shows the oddly dressed individual methodically smashing the windows of an Autozone store. Umbrella Man was immediately identified as Jacob Pederson of the Minneapolis Police Department by online sleuths and real-life acquaintances, something the police have denied.

    While the level to which police themselves are destroying property is debatable, what is not is that they have escalated violence at many protests. In Houston, a mounted police officer trampled a female bystander looking the other way at an otherwise passive protest. In New York, videos of multiple cars driving through and over scores of protestors went viral.

    An NYPD officer also attacked a retreating young woman, shouting that she was a “fucking bitch” as he threw her to the ground. She ended up in the hospital with her injuries.

    Law enforcement in Erie, PA, were caught on camera kicking a young girl lying in the street in the face. The reason she was lying in the street covering her face, according to protestors, was that she was incapacitated due to tear gas.

    The police also appear to be making a point of attacking journalists. Denver police threw a reporter into a burning fire for getting too close to them. Minneapolis cops shot freelance reporter Linda Tirado in the face, leaving her permanently blind in one eye. Minnesota police also shot a Reuters crew on Saturday with rubber bullets, one being hit in the face, the other in the arm, and the back of the neck. Los Angeles Times reporter Molly Hennessey-Fiske also reported that police attacked her and a group of other journalists, firing tear gas at point-blank range at her. A CBS News crew, totally alone in a quiet parking lot was set upon by armed officers firing rubber bullets at them, hitting their sound engineer.

    Regardless, it is doubtful whether there will be any legal consequences for the police involved in these situations as law enforcement operates under a culture of immunity from prosecution or even censure. Derek Chauvin – Floyd’s killer – for example, was protected by successive state prosecutors in Minnesota, despite multiple times shooting, and in one case, killing civilians while in uniform. If police can often get away with murder, property damage will likely be no big deal.”

    Cops who engage in these sorts of violent and false flag activities should be hanged. Along with those who gave them the orders to do it and those who worked to protect them from prosecution. No exceptions for these “exceptionals”.

    • Agree: bluedog
  437. vot tak says:

    Racist Killing and Impunity

    https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/05/racist-killing-and-impunity/

    A social culture where perception of others is not conditioned by skin tone is obtainable. In the process of getting there, a system of law with no impunity for racism and with exemplary punishment for agents of the state in contravention is essential.

    “A court will judge whether there was intent to kill George Floyd; what is absolutely apparent is there was certainly no intent by the police to preserve his life or health. It is also plain that the force used was wildly disproportionate for the alleged offence. It is further undeniable that police violence in the USA impacts particularly on black people, and that in dealing with black people the police act with an arrogance founded on anticipated impunity. The societal change whereby the majority of adults have camera phones at the ready has given a new power of resistance to the public in this regard. That must be reinforced by exemplary sentencing.

    The law currently takes the opposite approach:

    If a police officer unlawfully harms a citizen, the officer is subject to assault or homicide charges—no different than if the officer committed these crimes off duty. [2] However, if a citizen unlawfully harms a police officer, the citizen is automatically subject to aggravated assault or aggravated homicide charges, which carry more severe punishment. [3] In fact, some states make the intentional killing of an on-duty officer a capital offense. [4] Enhanced charges in police encounters are thus asymmetrical. They only apply if a citizen harms an officer but not if an officer harms a citizen.

    Police who kill in the course of their duties are given every latitude by the courts and far lower sentences than others who kill. That attitude needs to reverse. Police need to understand that their duty to protect and deal fairly embraces both the alleged victim and the alleged criminal. Breach of this public duty to protect should be an aggravating factor when the police kill, and sentences should be stiffer than for the general public. There are moments in public discourse where you need to come down off the fence and decide which side you are on; I am on the side of Black Lives Matter.

    Here are two murdered men who have even less chance of receiving justice than George Floyd.

    There is a stark contrast between the justified international outrage at Floyd’s death, and the unremarked killing of just a couple more Palestinians. I recommend this twitter thread. https://twitter.com/benabyad/status/1266658256849690624 by the ever excellent Ben White, and the links it gives. Ben does not mention that Iyad, on the left, was on his way to classes for those with special needs when he was chased and gunned down by Israeli soldiers.”

    Interesting Murray also thinks cops who commit crimes should receive heavier punishments than regular citizens would.

  438. vot tak says:

    An aspect of cop bullying behaviour I have not seen much mentioned here.

    Race war or bust? MSM smothers racial unity over police killing of Minneapolis man by reminding blacks & whites to hate each other

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/489945-police-killing-minneapolis-racial-division/

    [MORE]

    “Liberals and conservatives alike were horrified on Monday by a widely-circulated Facebook video showing a white police officer choking an unarmed, handcuffed black man to death by kneeling on his neck for upwards of seven minutes, ignoring his increasingly feeble cries for help until he went limp. Regardless of their race, viewers demanded the officer – Minneapolis Police Department’s Derek Chauvin – be charged with murder and cheered at the news he and three colleagues present during the Memorial Day incident had been suspended from the force.

    Given the country’s oft-lamented polarization, it’s rare to see such broad agreement on something as controversial as a police killing. But the sight of George Floyd struggling to wheeze out “I can’t breathe” while Chauvin mocked the anguished cries of onlookers convinced many to put aside their ideological feuds and get outraged. Seeing the life slowly choked out of the 46-year-old for nothing more than allegedly “resisting arrest” over supposedly forging a check at a supermarket was beyond the pale.

    Thousands of protesters marched on Minneapolis’ third police precinct headquarters on Tuesday, carrying banners demanding justice for Floyd and his family. While a small group broke windows and sprayed graffiti en route, the riot-gear-clad cops met the entire racially-heterogeneous group as if it were an invading army, hurling stun grenades and firing rubber bullets and tear gas into the crowd. At least one woman was shot in the head.

    Journalists and politicians on social media reacted to this appalling show of excessive force not by unilaterally condemning police violence – that would risk cementing the dreaded “unity” – but by contrasting the crackdown with last month’s docile police response to a “Liberate Minnesota” protest against the state’s Covid-19 lockdown. Hundreds of mostly-white protesters, many strapped with guns, had surrounded the Governor’s Residence of Democrat Tim Walz, demanding an end to the pandemic-inspired stay-at-home order.

    The anti-lockdown protesters were largely left alone by the cops, liberals complained, implying police refusal to meet the flag-waving “extremists” with a hail of rubber (or real!) bullets was due to racism rather than the firepower the anti-lockdown protesters were packing.

    That the divisive narrative was fundamentally flawed – the Minneapolis crowd protesting Floyd’s murder was as white as it was black – didn’t matter. Nor was it deemed necessary to point out that the unarmed Minneapolis protesters were not a threat to the riot-gear-clad cops, who’d have had to be suicidal to fire rubber bullets into a crowd of AR-15-packing wannabe-militiamen the previous month. It was too late – the spell of unity had been broken, and the conversation had degenerated into bickering over the morality of property damage and whether molotov cocktails were justified in the face of murder.

    However, the cops’ choice of prey is instructive: police-involved shootings are much more common in cities with strict gun-control laws: New York, Chicago, Los Angeles. The majority of US police departments – including members of the Minneapolis force – train in Israel, learning to shoot first and ask questions later while testing out their new skills on real live occupied Palestinians. This training follows them home, where too often poor black populations become the favored target. But the core psychology is that of a bully, unwilling to pick on someone their own size, armed with their own weapons.

    The MSM narrative-managers poured it on thick in their effort to muddy the waters, dragging in months’ worth of racial controversies. Anything was fair game, as long as it could be used to guide conservatives and liberals, blacks and whites back to their proper positions at each other’s throats.”

    As long as the ethnic groups keep occupying themselves with the zionazi-gay/buggered right directed race and identity divisiveness, they wont tackle the real problem of class inequalities and powerlessness that is keeping the 99% enslaved to the 1%.

    Helen Buyniski’s website: http://helenofdestroy.com/ She writes some very interesting material.

  439. Biff says:
    @Dumbo

    Blacks are the new Western Gods.

    Only a Dumbo would write something like that – oh wait….. What I meant to say is WRONG!.. They are mere tools in the kit to keep the population seething at each other. I do believe it is working – especially on you.

    • Replies: @fnn
  440. fnn says:
    @Biff

    You sound like one of those Antifa knuckleheads that the ADL is getting ready to sell down the river. Good luck in prison!

    • Replies: @Biff
  441. Biff says:
    @fnn

    Another Dumbo shows up.

  442. Escher says:
    @gsjackson

    Most juries are too scared to convict a cop, except in the case of the unfortunately named Chauvin(ist).

  443. Ahoy says:

    Did you ever think about this Fred, even as a possibility?

    https://twitter.com/TwojMa/status/1267029085710098432/photo/1

    Did you forget your America on Video camera at home when this was taking place?

    http://www.lawenfhttpsorcementtoday.com/6-officers-have-died-in-the-last-10-days-the-media-has-barely-said-a-word/

    • Troll: vot tak
  444. John Day says: • Website

    Whew!
    Fortunately it’s just another coronvirus death. https://www.npr.org/2020/06/04/869278494/medical-examiners-autopsy-reveals-george-floyd-had-positive-test-for-coronavirus
    Everybody who got exposed at protests please self isolate for 2 weeks.
    Thanks for all you do!

  445. @Robert Dolan

    “To the right of me about three inches, Paul Kersey documents black on white crime that is MONUMENTAL AND RELENTLESS.”

    While blacks might be (well-deserved) targets of police brutality, they, like cops, are weapons used by the elites against the white middle and working class.

    Whenever a non-UC white American suffers “death by n****r,” he or she has been murdered by (((The Globalist Cabal))) in much the same way someone who is shot is killed by a murderer, not the gun (and to respond to the inevitable rejoinder to this statement, no, it is not a certainty that blacks have the moral agency to actually be culpable for their crimes, as animals are incapable of moral agency).

    The (((Cabal))) has weaponized blacks in two major ways:

    1. Giving them special privileges (deliberately and misleadingly misnamed “Civil Rights”) that were designed to force them to mainstream into civilized society, something the (((Cabal))) knew that blacks are culturally and psychologically incapable of doing, thus wreaking havoc on American society and rendering it effectively no longer functional.

    2. Criminalizing white resistance to the inevitable explosion of violent crime that resulted from the completely predictable inability of blacks to adopt the norms of civilized human behavior essential for participation in society. Resisting moves to integrate blacks into society meant resistance to the (((Cabal))) and its satanic goals, which of course could not be tolerated. So the (((Cabal))) simply forced new laws down white America’s throat that branded any resistance to animalistic black depredations as “racist” and thus criminal.

    Cops, the (((Cabal’s))) bodyguards/enforcers, were used to both harass and then arrest working class and middle class whites who dared defend themselves –sometimes with absolutely justified lethal force– against unprovoked attacks by blacks, while at the same time employimg brutal and merciless violence against blacks whenever they dared direct their animalistic aggression against unapproved targets (i.e., institutions of the (((Cabal))) such as the police and the military).

    It’s actually almost comical to see two groups (blacks and cops) clash with each other. Both groups are too zoologically stupid to realize that they are disposable pawns being manipulated by the same gang of criminals for that gang’s own narrow, selfish ends.

    • Replies: @Truth
  446. @Richard B

    “I thought seasoned and cynical ole salty dogs like Fred were supposed to at least question things.

    Especially something like this.

    But that’s one of the crazy things of late. People who should know better are buying whatever the MSM throws at them, hook, line, and sinker.”

    You mean people like PCR, who is now sounding just like CNN and the CDC on the subject of the Great Coronascam thereby destroying decades worth of his own credibility?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
  447. Truth says:
    @mocissepvis

    Whenever a non-UC white American suffers “death by n****r,” he or she has been murdered by (((The Globalist Cabal)))

    This I guess you are going to let Letalvis D. Cobbins and Lemaricus Davidson out of jail, and put Evelyn Rothschild and Jay Rockefeller on trial.

  448. Please leave China out of your wonderful country list. I realize you think it is, wonderful that is, but there are a million or so Uyghurs that might disagree.

  449. Abbott A says:

    Also this This Palestinian child was killed by Israel policeman No comment from no one !!!!!! where is human rights?
    https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/faisalhajialiislow

  450. Corrupt says:
    @animalogic

    Remember, Fred is just about blind, so anything he THINKS he saw is suspect.

  451. Corrupt says:

    The fact is that blacks are under represented when it comes to being killed by cops compared to the rate of violent crime they inflict on society. Perhaps some affirmative action/quotas are in order.

  452. You know, after reading some of the comments here. BLM does have a point, there are extreme racists who will justify any murder.

    While it is also true that the media is 100% ignoring black crimes in gear of the being called racist.

    Both fucked up.

    • Agree: L.K
    • Replies: @Rurik
  453. Menes says:

    Elon Musk, America’s greatest entrepreneur, who was violently bullied by white boys at school in South Africa, empathizes with the victims of violent police bullying in his adopted country, and makes a good point in a tweet:

    Definitely not right that the other officers were charged with nothing. What message does this send in general to officers who stand by while another does wrong? #JusticeForGeorge

    [MORE]
    And the very next day the 3 other officers were indeed charged:

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/3-more-minneapolis-officers-charged-george-floyd-death-derek-chauvin-n1222796

    Three more former Minneapolis police officers were charged Wednesday in the death of George Floyd, five days after charges were brought against a fourth officer who was seen in a video kneeling on Floyd’s neck.

    The three former officers, Tou Thao, Thomas Lane and J. Alexander Kueng, were charged with aiding and abetting murder, according to criminal complaints filed by the state of Minnesota.

    Kueng, Thao and Lane were all in custody with bail set at $1 million Wednesday night, according Hennepin County Jail Records.

    All four of the men face a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison, according to the criminal complaints.

    Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said in a statement that Wednesday’s developments were a significant step forward, but the anguish on display following Floyd’s death goes beyond a single incident.

    “George Floyd’s death is the symptom of a disease,” Walz said. “We will not wake up one day and have the disease of systemic racism cured for us. This is on each of us to solve together, and we have hard work ahead.”

    While certainly progress on civil rights have been made over the course of American history, Walz said in a press conference on Wednesday, he truly believes that this is the country’s “last shot” to fix these systemic issues.

    “Progress didn’t keep George Floyd alive and progress didn’t keep those people out of the streets,” Walz said. “They’re not looking for just progress, they’re looking for transformational change.”

  454. Menes says:

    The Pentagon is turning against Trump. It is quite possible that Trump may be forcibly removed from the White House:

    https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-navy/2020/06/03/mattis-slams-trump-over-handling-of-george-floyd-unrest/

    Former U.S. defense secretary and retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis slammed his former boss in a letter published Wednesday by The Atlantic, calling out the violent clearing of protesters outside the White House and accusing the president of deliberately trying to fracture the nation.

    “Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people — does not even pretend to try,” Mattis wrote. “Instead he tries to divide us.”

    “We are witnessing the consequences of three years of this deliberate effort,” he continues. “We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership.”

    “I have watched this week’s unfolding events, angry and appalled,” Mattis wrote. “Never did I dream that troops taking that same oath would be ordered under any circumstance to violate the Constitutional rights of their fellow citizens ”

    “We must reflect and hold accountable those in office who would make a mockery of our Constitution. At the same time, we must remember Lincoln’s ‘better angels,’ and listen to them, as we work to unite.”

  455. Menes says:

    https://www.npr.org/2020/06/04/869255813/former-defense-secretary-mattis-issues-stunning-rebuke-of-trump

    After Trump said of a Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017, which turned deadly, that there were “very fine people on both sides,” each of the military service chiefs — as well as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – issued statements condemning bigotry.

    “I can absolutely and unambiguously tell you there is no place — no place — for racism and bigotry in the U.S. military or in the United States as a whole,” said Gen. Joe Dunford, the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman at the time.

    Just this week, two former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairmen, Gen. Martin Dempsey and Adm. Mike Mullen, condemned the use of the military to quash the demonstrations on Monday. In a tweet, Dempsey said, “America is not a battleground. Our fellow citizens are not the enemy.”

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  456. The military doesn’t respect the civilian government of the United States, nor does it see the necessity of preserving civil order. Trump isn’t going anywhere. (by design, that is WHY these riots are happening) Whites are generally pretty dull and slow but they can see what these niggers are doing and if you think the majority approves of them as “peaceful protesters” you’re living in a dream world.

  457. Anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paul Vonharnish

    The facial expression is that of a morbid and sadistic thug. Mr. Floyd was being pinned by three officers. Two pinning his legs, and one pinning his neck to the pavement.

    I’ve seen that face more times than I like. It’s the face of a person who’s had enough of this shit, the futile and exhausting stuff he’s in the middle of doing, to last several lifetimes. Derek Chauvin, the police officer, had been doing the same futile policing since 2001. 19 years, about, of being ordered from one place to another doing the same futile and exhausting things. He can see it’s pointless, the urban situation is worsening, but he’s trapped — he can’t quit and do anything else, he’s career police.

    So he follows Department training, does just what he’s told, and he — not the person who specified the training, but Derek Chauvin, who would have been out of a livelihood had he refused to follow or applied training, which he was told was in safe restraint holds — has been charged with “third degree murder”.

    And he gets to listen to people like you. If you’re so very concerned, where is your campaign or even mention of a campaign to modify police restraint training, and to prosecute those who approved the training? Where is anything but your howling for Chauvin’s blood? Nowhere, that’s where.

    You are a threat to everybody in the US.

  458. @bluedog

    Have a number of cop acquantances and that anecdote matches what I’ve heard from them. Like how cops that never work overtime work the shit out of it the last few years because their pensions are based on their income for those years, Jack’s that retirement right up!

    • Replies: @Astuteobservor II
  459. @Jeff Stryker

    “Cops don’t make $85,000″… You failed to account for overtime and the contract of their respective departments jurisdiction….
    Some patrolmen most certainly do make that and more. Like NYS Troopers!

  460. @VinnyVette

    COP QUESTION

    Why isn’t there rampant abuse of whites-particularly the white underclass-by African-American police officers.

    You’d think that black cops would be killing poor white Opoid addicts and tweakers right and left.

    Black cops allegations usually concern the old rape, dealing drugs or plain old dereliction of duty.

    However, black cops are not over at Leatherface’s farmhouse stomping him silly. And granted, most black police are urban and the white underclass is mostly rural. Still, you’d picture tweakers and Opoid addicts getting Rodney King numbers done on them right and left.

    Of course when some huge black behemoth with a badge sets upon the malnourished poor tweaker, he simply goes frozen with fear and is easily arrested.

    Still, why is black cop on poor white violence so low?

  461. @VinnyVette

    It is weird how they can work overtime whenever they choose. Cop shortage is that severe?

    • Replies: @VinnyVette
  462. @VinnyVette

    This can easily be fix by changing pension to percentage of their avg lifetime salary. Not just the last few years.

  463. Arminius says:

    All the previous encounters of this nature have been false flags or gross exaggerations meant to foster the overarching narratives. There is much in this event that lends itself to the former observation.

    Any normal policeman with half a brain would have enough sense not to overdo things because of the inevitable consequences to be expected.

    Anyway, the man probably will suffer more than he deserves because of his worthless wife. SOS

  464. ‘ we saw a black man taking a leak. Technically, urinating in public, a misdemeanor. Realistically, something every man has done and, late at night on a deserted alley, ignorable. Instead the cop subjected him to a humiliating tongue-lashing of several minutes, said he could arrest him, etc, while the man, maybe forty-five, said “Yessir, yessir, yessir.” What choice did he have? Cops can do anything on dark streets.’

    I had the exact same thing happen to me in Denver in 2005, in my own alley, behind the dumpster in my own driveway–I had just moved into the carraige house next to it, and my friend was upstairs using the toilet. Boom! Floodlights on me. I had the very slightest attitude, as Iwas only doing a most natural thing and had recently returned from Spain, where I had been living for a long time and where people pissed in the streets everywhere, who gives a shit, right? Way wrong. Slammed on the car, handcuffed, backups called, sat in the back seat for 1/2 hour or so while I and my friend pleaded to not take me to jail as they were threatening. $70 fine, record for urinating in public, which, as it sounds like ‘exposing yourself in public’ to the casual bystander, kept me from getting a job I’d been hired for a few years later when they ran a police check.
    Oh, I’m a white male–I mean, SO privileged.

  465. Rurik says:
    @Astuteobservor II

    While it is also true that the media is 100% ignoring black crimes in gear of the being called racist.

    They’re not ignoring black crime out of fear of being called racist, they’re ignoring black crime for the same reason they ignore Israeli crimes.

    ((They)) despise the (white) victims of black crime, like they despise the Palestinians.

    They approve of the violence against Palestinians, and so they never report it.

    Just as they approve of the violence against white people, which is why they never report it. They want more of both.

  466. There are many questions about George Floyd, and much video of the arrest. At beforeitsnews.com I watched a video that clearly shows the cop ontop of Floyd removing the handcuffs, before his alleged death, and recuffing him/ Maybe George is dead. Maybe he ain’t. But given the smell test, I say something is fishy.

  467. @mocissepvis

    From hard-core Constitutionalist and Libertarian stalwart, Paul Craig Roberts went Socialist a few years back. Senility sucks, man. Paul Craig Roberts is dead to me.

  468. @Jeff Stryker

    Still, why is black cop on poor white violence so low?

    Because that doesn’t fit the Big Media narrative and they don’t show it to you! Man, Stryker, you don’t live here and haven’t for 25(?) years. Why do you think 24/7 Infotainment on CNN, TV shows, and Hollywood movies show truth about America?

    Plenty of black cops treat ghetto thugs just as bad. Do you think they like them any more that this cop did?

    You’d think that black cops would be killing poor white Opoid addicts and tweakers right and left.

    Well, I guess because there are usually not very many black cops in poor rural white areas and the fact that these people aren’t nearly as violent might explain that, right? You are just making it up as you go along, Jeff.

  469. denk says:

    TAM ‘massacre’,

    ‘millions Uighurs in concentration camps’ ?

    ‘repression in Tibet ”

    ‘Police brutality in HK’

    Chinese virus.

    blah blah blab. ?

    murikkan foreign policies in a nutshell.

    Incite violence
    Blame the victims,
    Massive demonisation.

    Wash, rinse, drain …repeat cycle.

    Breaking news…

    The world, especially China, have had it up to here with FUKUS shenanigans.

    Even now, Trump and co manage to find time sanctioning China with so called HK, Tibet , Xinjiang Act.
    WTF !

    TAM, Tibet, Xinjiang, HK mayhem were Made In USA, but the Chinese have never laid a hand on the land of freedumb.

    This is self inflcted,…..Made IN USA.
    murikkans are too busy poking their nose into others latrines, even when the roof is crumbling down at the home front.
    [Achtung, JOhn hypocrite Derbyshire who censors me ]

    USA, from the top down,
    revel in stirring shit all over the world and then gloating on the sideline…

    Pelosi on HK riots…

    What a beautiful sight to behold.

    The chickens have come home to roost,

  470. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:

    >”No police protocol calls for kneeling on the neck of an unresisting and handcuffed man.”

    Except they do: https://tinyurl.com/y9ls49ur

    “The version of the Minneapolis Police Department’s policy manual that is available on-line, however, does permit the use of neck restraints that can render suspects unconscious, and the protocol for their use has not been updated for more than eight years.”

    Jews taught Minneapolis police how to do it:

    https://israelpalestinenews.org/minn-cops-trained-by-israeli-police-who-often-use-knee-on-neck-restraint/

    Floyd was also no saint.

    He previously entered a woman’s home with 5 other thugs, pointed a gun at her pregnant stomach, and searched for drugs/money…causing her, I hear, to miscarry.

    He was sentenced to 10 months in jail for possessing cocaine in 2005, too.

    He did 8 months for the same offense in 2002.

    He served 30 days for criminal trespassing.

    And yet another stint for theft in August 1998.

    He suffered from coronary artery disease.

    And hypertensive heart disease.

    He also had fentanyl (ultra heroin!), alcohol, and meth in his system when he died.

    And was infected with lung-harming Covid-19.

    Some say he did porn, too. Google (at your peril!):
    “sexy petie kimberly brinks f*cked bybig floyd”

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8366533/George-Floyd-moved-Minneapolis-start-new-life-released-prison-Texas.html

    In sum, George’s own bad decisions led Floyd’s fatal fate:

    alcohol and drugs
    driving while heavily intoxicated
    using fake money in a store
    tried to drive the car again
    resisted getting into the police car

  471. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:

    >”White Nationalists have a following because much of what they say is true.”

    Fine. And agreed.

    >”[Blacks] speak of justice, but always loot and burn…They will then complain that there are no stores in the neighborhood, and blame this on racism.”

    Again, both a true, fair, and fine statement.

    >”as my wife pointed out, without the destruction nothing would be done.”

    Fred’s brown MEXICAN wife? How’s she feel about illegal aliens like Juan and Juanita firebombing blacks to evict them from Compton, CA? Does she also approve of Whites offing Wakandans/Aztecs to “change things”?

    >”Burning down a dozen or two of city blocks, while not excusable, does get official attention.”

    So does hanging black folks. So…is killing now “good”?

    >”How must this look in civilized countries such as Finland, Norway, China, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore?”

    Like Africans running amok. As usual.

    > “Blacks complain constantly about the brutality of police. Does it exist? Yes.”

    Fred then spends 500 words bellyaching that dindus never do nuffin.

    No mention of black brutality, however. Nor melaninny violence cited. Nor Wakandans’ 77% bastardy rate, lack of self-awareness, low IQs, weak impulse-control, enstupidation, mooching, irresponsibility, little future-orientation, etc.

    Reed further equivocates, yammering that “Lots of blacks hate whites like poison, and lots of whites hate blacks”…totally ignoring the level of hate in Mbutuville, but its duration and saturation.

    As if the racism of blacks and whites is in any way comparable!

    >”Where is next? Milwaukee? New Orleans? St. Louis?”

    Hmmm. Those are all majority-white cities infested with evil White Nationalists, right?

    Does Mr. Reed want Huitzilopochtli to make El Fredo brown skinned?

  472. @Art

    The movie “Vanishing Point” was a story of how a speeding “offense” became a three state chase with a huge toll of property damage and endangerment of uninvolved people and ended in the death of the “speeder”. It’s a good illustration of why not to give chase over a ticket.

    Cops in Charlotte, where I lived in the ’70s used to say, “Let him go. He can’t outrun the radio”. That sensible policy has been abandoned nationwide and the cops will give chase, often maiming or killing people in the process. It’s insane.

  473. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:
    @vot tak

    >”the blatant White supremacist writings containing absurd appeals to White victimhood.”

    “Absurd”? So whites are NOT victims? Ever?

    The word “slave” comes from “Slav”…a white people endlessly targeted for enslavement in ancient times.

    Do you think Colin Flaherty lies about black-on-white violence?

    The problem isn’t white supremacy; it’s black inferioracy: mbutus’ aversion to hard work, emotional restraint, delayed-gratification, education, and intact families. Plus their tendency to hump anything that squats to micturate.

    Your head seems to live in the High Colonics. What are mortgage rates like there?

    >”When whites riot”

    Please cite all the times they have, why they did so, and the damage…if any…that was done. Then cite all the times tyrones and shaniquas have.

    We’ll wait.

    >”prejudiced generalizations about black people”

    CORRECTION: postjudiced, experienced-based, realistic assessments. As is often said, when the shoe fits….

    FACT: criminal niggerjoggers aged 14-34…just 1.5% of America…commit 54% of all violent crimes.

    Think about that. We won’t mind the smell of wood-burning as you attempt cogitation.

  474. Anonymous[401] • Disclaimer says:
    @Menes

    >”we must remember Lincoln’s ‘better angels,’ ”

    You mean the Lincoln who slaughtered 620,000 white men?

    >”Trump said of a Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017, which turned deadly, that there were ‘very fine people on both sides’ ”

    And Don was right. Alas, doltish Democrat cops heeded their Democrat leaders in a Democrat state and pushed the peaceful UTR attendees into streets filled with violent masked thugs. The police emulated their fellow blue-boneheads in Democrat cities like Sacramento (where 9 people were stabbed!), Berkeley, Portland, Seattle, etc. in empowering antifa and its bellicose black bozo allies. That resulted in Berkeley alone spending $2,000,000 to cover damages done.

    https://tinyurl.com/ybvbpeut

    Hillary lost. Get over it. Tossing her salad at this late date just confirms your membership in the Liberal Coproghage Brigade.

  475. @Escher

    The murdering thug is Philip Brailsford.

    Not only did Brailsford get off scot-free, after his acquittal he was temporarily rehired by the same department so he could apply for a disability pension. He claims he has PTSD because of the murder he committed. He now collects $2,569.21 each month on disability. At $30,830.52 a year, he’s will collect $1,109,898.72 if he lives to the retirement age of 66 years old. I wouldn’t be surprised if Mesa gave this worthless thug a medal for bravery or something.

    Meanwhile Laney Sweet, Daniel Shaver’s widow, still fights for compensation for the wrongful death of her husband.

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/RelentlessJustice

    No one is safe while ThinBlueIsis roams the streets!

  476. @mark green

    A very frightening clip indeed,but I have a question,is the killing of this person censored in the end of it?
    Has anyone any further information on this?

    • Replies: @Lars Porsena
  477. @Achmed E. Newman

    I’ve been pulled over many times, one time had a gun pulled out (not pointed yet) at a traffic stop.

    In my younger days I had the pleasure of being pulled over many times. Back then I didn’t live in my idyllic little mountain town, but in the frozen toxic waste dump shithole thirdworldish rustbelt post industrial city where my parents chose to reside.

    I’m a night owl, so I was out at night, on many a night, which as it turns out leaves a kid open to more police harassment as cops tend to think everyone out after dark is a criminal. I also believe that being a young non-authoritarian libertarian minded soon to be constitutionalist who likes to smoke a little weed did not help in my dealings with the police state at the time.

    Anyway, one night I saw those ominous blinking lights in my rearview. So I pulled over. I wasn’t speeding and I knew all my lights were working. I wasn’t swerving or anything. I was completely sober. When officer Friendly arrived at my door he opened the door, and violently extracted me from my car and proceeded to pin me to the ground and put a gun to my head like I was a fucking serial murderer or something. WTF?

    I really thought I would be killed on that cold frozen street that night.

    Turns out there was a warrant out for my arrest. WTF? I thought again. I’m not a criminal.

    The warrant was for a ticket I received a few years prior for a tail light with a blown out bulb. A ticket that I honestly thought I had taken care of. When I was handed the original ticket for the tail light I was told that I had 10 days to fix it, and that I had to show the cops in that town that I fixed it, and that would be it. So I fixed it, and drove to the police station in that town, showed a cop that all my lights worked, and he said I was good to go.

    Or so I thought. I should have asked for a receipt, but I was young, trusting, naive and still generally thought I was a free American and that the cops were not working for an evil institution.

    I learned that night as I was pinned down face to the ice that cops are not normal people and cannot be reasoned with. They put me in cuffs and hauled me off to lock me in a cage while they impounded my car. They charged me with “driving without a license” and I vowed I would have my day in court and that this would all get sorted out. You see, I was still young and naive and did not yet realize that judges are employed by an evil institution. Bail was set at $400 the next morning.

    So… Many months later my day in court arrived and I was prepared. I even printed some things to take with me. My mom and and aunt came with me to help prove my innocence. After all, this was all just some sort of misunderstanding. And this is America! Liberty and Justice for all!

    The prosecutor politely explained that I am indeed a dangerous criminal in need of punishment. How dare I not respect the sanctity of the bureaucratic process. I should understand that tail lights save lives! Thank god the heroes in blue were protecting society from such a dangerous scofflaw! (These are not her words exactly. But you get the idea.)

    The judge was impressed with her competence and careerism. He nodded in agreement.

    Then I tried to prove that I was not a criminal. I explained that I had fixed the original tail light and that I had showed my working lights to the cops. Did the paper work get lost or something? I don’t know, but I ain’t no criminal.

    The judge was having none of it. He fined me $400 for driving without a license. I was mad and said “I’m not paying!” To which the black robed black hearted judge replied, “If you don’t pay I will throw your ass in jail”.

    Well then, “I want a jury trial! I’m innocent!” I retorted. (As you can see, being young and inexperienced I had absolutely no idea how courts work, and even less of an idea about rules and procedures.)

    So the “judge” (turns out he wasn’t a real judge but merely an administrator with no oath of office on file with the secretary of state, but I did not yet know that or even what those words meant) looks me dead in the eye and says “I can throw you in jail for a year without a jury trial and there is nothing you can do about it.”

    I said, “This is unfair and I’m still not paying!”… and I walked out.

    When my mom and aunt found me outside a few minutes later they explained to me that they talked to the nice kindhearted judge and he graciously agreed that he would keep the $400 bail cash and that he would not send me to prison. The matter was settled. I was free to go.

    And then my car insurance went up because I was a dangerous criminal who recklessly “drove without a beloved license”.

    And that kind sir is the story of how I became interested in the study of law and commerce.

    It is also the story of how I learned to hate the cops and the courts and the corporation masquerading as “government”.

    And as I look back through the years, I realize that I have had many pleasant encounters with cops.

    One time when I was a CDL truck driver I was driving some doubles one night, probably around 3am, in a small town in Massachusetts and I was tired, and lost, and the road I was on kept getting smaller and smaller. So, while doing a 19 point turn with a 75 foot truck with two trailers on a road too small for my truck I pinched an airline and my parking brakes locked. While I was trying to make the repair a pair of gentlemen officers arrived. (I was not worried by their presence as I had not yet been manhandled by the cops and court.) These two officers were very helpful. They held flashlights for me as I fixed the broken line with duct tape. We conversed pleasantly in a peaceful way. Then they escorted me out of there to a safe place to park along a highway. They told me where I would find home depot and let me know it would open at 6am. We all knew it would be unsafe to take to the highway with my airline held together with duct tape. They wished me a good night and were on their way.

    But that one horrible encounter outweighs and undoes all the other encounters.

    To this day I get a bit nervous when a cop car is behind me on the road.

  478. You know, ladies and gentlemen this tragic, unnecessary incident can be argued about forever. It is moot. And, it is up to a jury in criminal trial in Hennipin County to decide the guilt or innocence of this officer. The larger issue, or the Big Picture if you will, is the fallout which is still being ginned-up all over the USA by some very powerful and frightening interests.
    I speak from the experience of 30+ years as a Peace Officer in SoCal. Notice, I described myself as a Peace Officer because that is what I and my co-workers were when we graduated from the Sheriff’s Academy in 1973. We were expected to be public servants, not badge-carrying revenue producers or tatted-up, shaved-headed, beetle-browed, ‘roided out Orcs and Orcettes with badges. We served the public, and not our paymasters. When the whole paradigm changed in the late ’80’s and 90’s, with the bogus “War on Drugs” and other scare-the-sheeple tactics, public service was forgotten and it became “Us versus Them”. That is when I left.
    But keep in mind the old cliche: “Be careful what you wish for.” The Blue Hives may indeed disband and/or emasculate their “Law Enforcement Agencies”. What happens then? Who will bell the cat? Who fills the void? Will they institute “Committies of Vigilance”? Criminal activity will not cease. And, who will show up when the school nurse finds an abused or sexually assaulted child? Who will patrol the business districts, protecting the property of the few real wealth producers of this corrupt, syphilitc country? There is a litany of legitimate, non-violent services the Thin Blue Line performs every single day about which the clueless, ingnorant, tantrum-throwning badge haters have absolutely no clue.
    I am not sanctifying my former profession. Qualified Immunity should be done away with immediately. I have seen cops who I would have thrown out of my training car on the first night, due to their appearance, ignorance, and attitude. Police agencies recruit from society. Not many motivated young men and women are willing to stick their head in the Leviathan’s noose. So who are you left with, to protect and serve? Just askin’.

    • Replies: @Biff
  479. Ahoy says:

    @Dweesil the Weasel

    A thinking man’s comment. There is hope.

  480. Biff says:
    @Dweezil the Weasel

    Have you seen the movie Escape From New York?

  481. @Ole H.Johansen

    There are videos that show the shooting on youtube. The shooting (3 rapid shots) occurs 1 millisecond after the video ends. The video literally ends right at the shooting.

    That is a news report about the guy getting off and getting disability for his PTSD.

    • Replies: @Ole H.Johansen
  482. @Jeff Stryker

    Pretty much answered your own question…
    Black cops are in the cities, not out in the sticks. What’s your point? Black cops aren’t racist thugs only white cops are? Laughable!

    • Replies: @Jeff Stryker
  483. @Astuteobservor II

    I can’t speak for everywhere, in the suburbs of WNY, They work a shit ton of overtime. Some hamlets and villages of suburban towns, cut out their departments altogether, and some town cops, pull double duty working for adjacent towns and hamlets of their towns departments. This isn’t new, been going on since at least the 80’s. Don’t know any cops who don’t work overtime. It’s always available around here.

  484. @VinnyVette

    Considering how few rights rural whites now have-unlike the dwindling urban white underclass of Italians or Irish or whoever they don’t have some cousin whose a lawyer or a cop to come to their aid-you’d think that black racists with badges would be ruling over trailer parks like Papa Doc in Haiti.

    You more or less put your finger on it. Its simply geography.

    The same reason urban civil unrest does not stray into exurbs or rural areas and trigger outright civil war.

    Black police who might hate whites and would rule over the white underclass like some tinpot Banana Republic dictator don’t live in the sticks.

  485. @The Scalpel

    Nah, i fought against Hussein’s Republican Guard when they were at their worst. They got some shots at me, I got some shots at them, and that was a just war. Plus, despite what you may have read, it was fought pretty fairly on both sides, I mean, for a war. Meaning really unfair on both sides ….. but that is war. If you read Fred Reed regularly, you know what I mean. Bush lied about the way Hussein fought and Hussein lied about the way we fought. I was there and I remember.

    and the cancer is due to my good luck, trust me, i have no fear of death and am not going to die a day before I want to. Saint Theresa and Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity felt the same way. Death is afraid of people like me and actual diagnosed cancer is trivial compared to that fact. Trust me.

    The Vietnam war was more of a gang fight than a war and people on both sides did what people do when there is a gang fight in their neighborhood, they stick up for people they like or they don’t.

    I would not have volunteered in the Vietnam era if I was 18 in that era because my skill set when I was young was not at the infantry tactics level, which was the most honorable and the only type of level I would have wanted to fight at in that war. Seriously, I would not have volunteered for the Marines because when I was as young as I was in the Vietnam era I would have been a liability. (in my 30s i would have been very useful, but ….I was a kid when Mao and Ho rolled into South Vietnam with their minions)

    Anyway , thanks for reading and replying. And Fred, if you are reading this, keep on doing what you are doing. Lots and lots of us respect you. I have ragged on you a few times but you are one of the good guys, one of the best.

  486. nebulafox says:

    >When something blows, cops will usually be the fuse. The smart thing obviously would be to get white cops out of black regions and vice versa, but that would segregation and so won’t happen. Better to have city after city burn than to adopt a quick, simple, and un-PC cure.

    I don’t agree. Most black majority cities have black majority police forces, entirely befitting their demographics. It doesn’t stop the crime and dysfunction in the likes of Baltimore or Detroit. Ditto for having black mayors, black city halls, etc.

  487. Ras says:

    Nothing good happens when you give thugs a badge and a gun.

  488. anastasia says:

    Hollywood could not have done a better job with the George Floyd script. As soon as he was down on the ground, he announced to all there, and the rest of us, “I’m through. Today I am going to die” This was the first thing he said, but it has been cut out on many of the videos, but not all. He said “I’m through” several times., and then pleaded for his “Mama”. The entire sidewalk intervenors shouted that he could not “breathe”; that he was not “responsive”, that Chauvin was “enjoyin it”; that Chauvin was a “bum”. Not only that, but if Chauvin did not seal his own fate as “psychopath”, there just happened to be passing a black man “trained at the police academy” there to tell Chauvin and all of us that Chauvin was going against “training at the academy”, kneeling on his neck, and then narrated what he saw as Chauvin’s bodily language, “You’re enjoyin it, bro”. Not only him, but just happened to be passing was another intervenor, a passerby from the “fire rescue department”. She was there to tel him and the rest of us that they were not taking his pulse. And what does Chauvin do in response to all these pleas for the life of Floyd, just in case we did not know he was a psychopath at this point? Well, he took out his mace to spray all the people on the sidewalk pleading for Floyd’s life. And this just happened to tie into the nightclub owner’s recollection of Chauvin , who worked for her for 17 years – that he precipitously sprayed mace into many of her customer’s faces over 17 years. Yet, she kept him on for 17 years…..and never got sued by one of her customers for his precipitous mace-spraying actions?
    And Floyd? Well, he would have made the devil himself cry, for there was never such a pathetic site imaginable, all 6’6″ of him.

    Now, I myself never heard of anyone getting arrested for passing a counterfeit $20.00 bill. There are 100 million dollars of counterfeit bills in circulation. I probably passedone myself in the last year. But I never heard of anyone getting arrested for it. I wonder if the store owner, when he goes to the bank with his counterfeit bills from his gross sales and tries to deposit them, does the bank call the police on him? And do the police come? The crime is “with intent to defraud, passing counterfeit bill? So where was the probable cause for arrest of George Floyd in this case, may I ask? And why did the police bother to come?

  489. anastasia says:

    When police go up to a car with a driver behind the wheel, the first thing they ask, “License and Registration”. But they did not in this case. They dragged him out of the car without knowing even his name. How do I know this. I know this because you hear one of the officers ask him his name and write it down. It was when he was sitting on the sidewalk after getting out of the car. You see the officer take out a pad and pen and then ask, “what is your name”. He writes it down and hands it to the uninvolved police officer who just drove up to the scene with a body cam. Still no requestfor license and registration.

    They asked him his name well after he was out of the car and sitting on the sidewalk. It is only then you hear, “what is your name”, and the officer writes it down? No request for his license?

    But when the police first go up to the Floyd car, there is a guy parked behind the Floyd car. He is illegally parked at a bus stop. You see this in one of the videos that it is a bus stop. The guy parked behind Floyd starts filming the police as they cross the street to go to George Floyd’s car. You wonder why the guy, while illegally parked at a bus stop in front of the police, he started filming the police even before they got to the Floyd car. You wonder why he would not choose to leave at this point since he could have easily gotten a traffic ticket for parking at a bus stop. Anyhoo, what you see as the guy parked at the bus stop is filming them is the back of the Floyd car, and the license plate is a little fuzzy, but it eventually comes into clear focus and you can see very clearly the plate number for about 15 seconds.

    Well, had they asked for his license and registration, what they would have found is that the car he was sitting in, a Mercedes Benz SUV, was not owned by Floyd. How do I know this? I ran the plate. Cost me $5.00. I am not going to give the woman’s name, but she is a white woman, a therapist in the local Hennepine Medical Center. She is married with children, living in a suburb 7 miles from Minneapolis, and appearing in all respects as someone who would not know George Floyd from a hole in the wall.

    You have to wonder why they did not ask for license and registration. Had they done so, perhaps they would have found that the car was stolen. Or was this car merely a prop for the movie?

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