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“[Shouting] I’m so tired of it. I am so tired. I’m sleep deprived because I am a single mom and I work full time and I have to come and spend my nights with you, because I can’t stand in my own streets and say black lives matter. Black lives matter is why we’re here. We’re not here because of some [beep] building. We don’t care about the building. We don’t care about your stupid fence.

We care about [pause – dramatic shift to ‘weight of world on shoulders’ tone] black … lives … matter. And I’m a mom, and I heard George when he called out for his Mama. And that’s why I’m here. That’s why I’m here. Because George called out for his Mama. You all have moms. Your mom loves you. George’s mom loved him. And my kids love me and I want to go home to them. But they agree that this is important.

[Pause – appears to dimly recognize emphasis has so far been mostly on herself. Resumes shouting] And it’s not about some white ladies … [pauses, looks around, sees camera and begins to speak directly into it] It’s not about me. It’s about black lives matter. There are so many amazing black women who’ve been doing this fight for years. And I showed up late; I’m so tardy to this party. But I’m making up for it because I’m so angry. So angry.

[Pause. Resumes shouting at fence.] And black, black people are allowed to be angry. And who cares if somebody graffiti’s on this stupid building. We’re talking about human lives. [Video ends].

 
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  1. Anonymous[425] • Disclaimer says:

    Someone tell that cow about the plight of Palestinians. PLM.

    Cancel Culture:

  2. White pounds matter.

    • Thanks: JohnPlywood
    • Troll: Chris Mallory
  3. This type of BS is exactly why the factual matter of how Floyd died is still important, even several weeks on.

    And so I repeat, hoping someone will catch on…

    We need journalists or other people with the bravery of Hitchens submitting to waterboarding to submit themselves to Chauvin-style neck restraints to demonstrate that this is not the killer the video makes it appear to be.

    This stupid fat woman’s emotional response to Floyd’s mama-call is not entirely without merit, but it should be done sitting at home sobbing over the broken black culture and drug abuse that took Floyd from his mama, not done with the non-sequitur belief that Floyd calling for his mother is an indictment of police restraints.

    Again, in my current situation, I am literally alone and cannot perform this demo by myself, otherwise I would and post it on BitChute (with face pixelated). But if you are not alone, do it. It’s 9 minutes of your time and maybe a sore neck for a few days,I’ll wager.

  4. Hey, how can we get ourselves personal soy security boys with blue snow-slide shields to cover us wherever we go? They would come in handy whenever we get pissed off and want to rant about something, like in the extra-long checkout lines we are now forced to endure, stretching for miles down the aisles, waiting with out masks on to be given permission to go to a cashier…

  5. @Buzz Mohawk

    Waiting with OUR masks on.

    (It really is annoying that early comments go into the aether without a chance to edit.)

  6. It sounds more like religious fervor. She’s inserting herself as a drug addicts mother as part of a religious ceremony. She might as well be in a pentecostal church

  7. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    That’s why I’m here. Because George called out for his Mama. You all have moms. Your mom loves you. George’s mom loved him. And my kids love me and I want to go home to them. But they agree that this is important.

    Why didn’t George Floyd call out for his dad, you self-aggrandizing POS?

    When you find out the answer, it might put you on the right track regarding the proper sequence of the chain of events that led to his death.

    HINT: It started long before the police officer encounter.

    Black dads matter.

  8. Michael S says:

    I’m really surprised she’s single. What self-respecting man wouldn’t want a piece of that action?

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
  9. And I’m a mom …

    “Just ‘cause you let some useless tosser blow his beans up your muff… well done. Merry fucking Christmas!”

    • LOL: Buzz Mohawk
  10. Only slightly O/T, from NY Mag:

    Obama’s John Lewis Eulogy Gives a Blueprint for the Next Fight for Democracy

    A new voting rights act, statehood for Puerto Rico and D.C., and ending the filibuster.
    By Jonathan Chait

    https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/07/obama-john-lewis-eulogy-speech-filibuster-voting-rights.html

    Isn’t it funny how everything they want is called Democracy?

    He left out ‘expanding and packing the supreme court’ and ‘abolishing the electoral college’ but it’s all on the way. Fight for Democracy!

    Every single thing hinges on control of the Senate, near as I can tell.

    The Democrats have already promised to jettison the filibuster rule on Day One. Everything else will follow from that.

    • Agree: El Dato, HammerJack
  11. @Chrisnonymous

    This type of BS is exactly why the factual matter of how Floyd died is still important, even several weeks on.

    You puttin’ us on, mate? Avin’ a larf?

  12. She wasn’t screaming at a fence. She was screaming at federal agents posted up along the fence, perhaps a legitimate First Amendment action. Except the federal agents never retaliated against her for her protest. It’s a nothing burger, merely an example of the unhinged left, as is so common in these deranged times.

    Also, Trump Derangement Syndrome is a legitimate mental pathology. Perhaps we can lobby the head shrinkers to include it in the next DSM-6 criteria when it is published.

  13. @Pop Warner

    She’d fit right into a Flannery O’Connor story.

  14. Kyle says:

    I can fix her problems. First and foremost cut carbs from your diet. Replace the carbs with protein and vegetables. Find a nice man and marry him. Once you’ve stopped worrying about your self image and how to provide for your children you can accomplish your most important task. Finally start getting quality sleep every night, and begin healing your mind and body. She’s and example of the real life consequences of losing sleep. Or letting your life crumble to a point that you’re so worried that you can’t get any sleep.

  15. One real takeaway from this current moment is to think back on other revolutionary moments in history and realize that most people likely had no idea what was going on. The French Revolution, the Russian Revolution, the Sixties. It is quite possible that most people in those historic tumults were just as hysterical and misinformed as this woman. It is especially interesting to think back to the Sixties and realize that most hippies and protesters were just conforming to social norms of their peers.

    The percentage of people who are politically actualized and informed is very slim. Few people have the intelligence, the critical thinking skills (especially in analyzing media) and most importantly THE WILL to push back on the overarching political and social narratives. Most people just conform and that might be a good thing. In a healthy society, the only way it functions is if most people conform in an unthinking manner.

    This Big Momma is simply conforming to the narrative fed to her by television and social media. In a healthy and sane society, she would be conforming with healthy and sane social norms. Unfortunately, she is in an insane society and lacks the brains and critical thinking skills to question the narrative. Instead, the media rewards her with her 15 minutes of hysteria.

    On the plus side, and I mean this, all this MOMTIFA crap has to be turning off the real radical anarchists and part-time heroin addicts that make up the meat of the riot crowd in Portland. The Moms might turn the kids off from the movement which would be a good thing.

    It would be like running into your parents at an underground rave or a punk show. Scene’s over, dude.

  16. This video reinforces my main concern about the current unrest. What can possibly be done to placate this woman? What policies could be enacted that would convince her to end her protest?

    Does it seem like she is willing (or able?) to rationally review proposals for law enforcement reform? How does this all end?

  17. @Clifford Brown

    “The percentage of people who are politically actualized.” Agreed

    “The millions are awake enough for physical labor; but only one in a million is awake enough for effective intellectual exertion, only one in a hundred millions to a poetic or divine life. To be awake is to be alive.” Thoreau

  18. @Chrisnonymous

    Knee-hold = non-lethal

    11ng/ml fentanyl = fatal.

    BLM, but FDM (“Facts Don’t Matter”)

    • Replies: @Anon
  19. theMann says:
    @Barnard

    I spent most of my life thinking the Income Tax was the greatest mistake this nation ever made, but it pales in comparison to the 19th Amendment.

    The bad news: America is finished. Not because of finances, not because of Racism, not because of imaginary Pandemics, but because of the Degeneracy of the American female. The reality is that once any particular prejudice lodges in the brain of the Female, no amount of facts will ever dislodge it. From “burn the Witch!” to “kill the Kulaks” to “Black Lives Matter!” female idiocy is historically enduring, and devastating.

    The good news: after a century of absolute devastation wrought by the Universal Franchise, no human society will ever again be stupid enough to permit it.

  20. anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    What’s your point?

    We need journalists or other people with the bravery of Hitchens submitting to waterboarding to submit themselves to Chauvin-style neck restraints to demonstrate that this is not the killer the video makes it appear to be.

    Although he rationalized the wars and ancillary acts of the Cheney administration, Mr. Hitchens confirmed that waterboarding was, in fact, torturous. Neither he nor those he was publicly jousting with asserted that it had some benign purpose like preventing the death of an overdosed drug addict.

    So again, what’s your point? Are you trying to whitewash Uncle Sam’s crimes?

  21. The real problem is that such emotionally-driven women have taken over our media, academia, politics and culture. In 2020, that’s just who we are as a nation — a big shrieking, hysterical drama queen.

  22. @NJ Transit Commuter

    This video reinforces my main concern about the current unrest. What can possibly be done to placate this woman? What policies could be enacted that would convince her to end her protest?

    Does it seem like she is willing (or able?) to rationally review proposals for law enforcement reform? How does this all end?

    Joe Biden being elected in the Fall. Rachel Maddow changes her script. Google/ Facebook/ Twitter adjust their algorithms… and then everything goes back to normal.

    Normalcy likely will mean re-escalation in Syria, double down on support of Ukraine, reinstate a New Cold War with Russia. Basically, back to The Good Old Days.

    Mommy Protester will go back to watching Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

    At least that’s the plan. The 25% unemployment rate might complicate things.

    • Replies: @Spud Boy
    , @Ben tillman
  23. Rob McX says:

    That woman seems mentally ill.

  24. BenKenobi says:

    Hey, remember when those two beautiful, yet naive White women were decafinated (sic) in Morocco a little while ago? Neither do I. But in the gruesome video one of them called for her mother as her head was being sawed off.

    Where is their wall of blubber? Oh right, their lives don’t matter, they probably had it coming anyway for being racist.

    https://torontosun.com/news/world/female-backpackers-decapitated-while-hiking-in-morocco-source

    • LOL: JohnPlywood
    • Replies: @SOL
    , @JohnPlywood
  25. When few but loud loons are hanging on, movement’s days are numbered.

  26. Anonymous[705] • Disclaimer says:

    A distinctly overweight woman showing off a rather unsightly paunch.

    If she had any self respect or self control she would be on a diet.

  27. @Kyle

    Find a nice man and marry him.

    Who do you propose to get to throw himself on that hand grenade?

    • Replies: @Ian Smith
  28. @Kyle

    I can fix her problems.

    No you can’t. God would struggle, you’re just a man.

    First and foremost cut carbs from your diet. Replace the carbs with protein and vegetables.

    Replacing won’t get it done.

    Find a nice man and marry him.

    A black man. Show some solidarity. No–non-criminal–white man deserves this fate.

    ~~

    “Find a nice man and marry him” is great advice for young women who are continually told by “authority”–big ed, media, Hollyweird–a bunch of lies.

    However, we must admit that tens of millions of white women are in fact useless harridans, who simply must be written off. They can divorce their soyboys, yammer incessantly, pet their cats. Doesn’t matter. Shouldn’t matter to us. What matters is separation from them.

    • Replies: @black sea
  29. Jay Fink says:

    The fact that he called out for his mama is sweet and would normally make me sympathetic. Being a drug addict is not sweet. Drug addicts are devoid of all goodness and sweetness. So Floyd’s call for his mama leaves me numb.

  30. Oregon is tied with Colorado for the highest density of craft breweries with 42 per million residents, as of 2012:

    One way or another, this just has to be on-topic:

    • Replies: @ex-banker
    , @aandrews
  31. OT – in England, Muslims Fear Backlash, after Covid infections started rising again and lockdown was reimposed last night on a swathe of Northern England.

    https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/18617288.asians-fear-backlash-virus-spread-eid-approaches/

    Fears have been raised by community leaders that British Asians are being scapegoated over coronavirus despite their efforts being made to control the virus.

    Bradford along with other towns in Yorkshire, Leicester, Blackburn, Oldham and Rochdale have seen recent outbreaks peaking among Asians, often living in the most deprived neighbourhoods of terraced streets in the centre of towns and cities, raising fears “victims of circumstance” will take the blame.

    But for that to happen, a large number of people would have to notice, and our media is doing its best to ensure they don’t. That the new increases are in heavily Muslim areas is a Fact That Must Not Be Noticed. A few Tory MPs are complaining mildly about their leafier commuter zones being included, but that’s it.

    William Wragg, MP for Hazel Grove in Stockport, tweeted that Greater Manchester was “not one homogeneous area” and treating all 10 boroughs the same was “not the right approach”.

  32. El Dato says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    We need journalists or other people with the bravery of Hitchens submitting to waterboarding to submit themselves to Chauvin-style neck restraints to demonstrate that this is not the killer the video makes it appear to be.

    Based on my research, there are adult movie participants who are into this. The film crew is trained and skilled and has the situation well in hand, so no problem. Could even make money on the side.

  33. El Dato says:

    “I don’t think you understand white guilt or the craziness of women.”

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/why-cancel-the-sats/#comment-4057690

  34. Anon[364] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hypnotoad666

    When the Atlanta shooting happened, Dan Bongino did a video breakdown and showed how because a certain type of restraint got banned, the criminal was able to get away and that eventually led to the police officer having to use lethal force when he had a weapon pointed at him. Restraints are more humane, in some instances.

    https://bongino.com/ep-1277-the-hard-truth-about-use-of-force-in-policing

  35. Anonymous[186] • Disclaimer says:

    There’s “antifa moms,” and then there’s REAL moms:

  36. @Pop Warner

    Give the Pentecostals this much: there’s a lot less mugging for the cameras.

  37. @Kyle

    Replace the carbs with protein and vegetables.

    I saw wire her mandible shut. Two birds, one stone.

  38. black sea says:
    @AnotherDad

    Society has always had an overabundance of hysterical nut jobs, destructive narcissists, and raving paranoiacs. They’re just a part of the landscape. What matters is how society treats these people.

    The descriptor “village idiot” exists for a reason; it provides a useful shorthand for understanding this person’s role in society. Similarly: the “God botherer,” the “town bicycle,” the “fuckwit,” and the “layabout.” These all make clear that this person exists, and may be harmless enough, provided that no one takes him seriously.

    The problems only become acute when people feel compelled to at least pretend that these people are something more than what they actually are. The woman in this video says she is a single mother. She says that this makes her work and activism even harder, and that she is sleep deprived. We don’t know who, if anyone, is looking after her kids, but we do know — or at least she tells us — that her nights spent protesting are more important than being at home to take care of herself and look after her children. I think what she’s really declaring is that she has failed to form a durable family, if indeed she was ever married at all, and is now failing her children. By choice.

    The term “failed marriage” existed for a reason, as did the term “bastard.” There was a societal awareness that — some few exceptions granted — the best way to raise children was was in a married household. Society also recognized that its members had to be discouraged from producing “single parent” children, because quite often such children would become wards of the community, and later a threat to the community (boys without fathers being the prime example).

    My point is that while people like this woman have always existed, our society now seems determined to treat them as other than — and more than — the village idiots that they are.

    • Agree: ic1000, Gordo
  39. black sea says:
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    She’d fit right into a Flannery O’Connor story.

    “If you want me, here I am — LIKE I AM.”

    Hulga Hopewell, Good Country People

  40. Anonymous[424] • Disclaimer says:

    Wall of Dog Moms.

  41. @Michael S

    Because alcohol poisoning is a real thing?

  42. Anonymous[424] • Disclaimer says:

    ALL Moms Matter!

  43. El Dato says:

    Good new for Blacklives Matter!

    An Alternative to Dark Matter Passes Critical Test

    Others agree that the model’s preliminary results appear promising. “It’s a bit baroque, but since nothing else has worked so far, I’m still impressed that it seems to work,” Durrer said.

  44. Gordo says:

    I am a single mom

    What a huge stinking pile of voting and rioting fodder the left’s successful attacks on the family have created.

  45. @Barnard

    I guess it seemed like a good idea at the time (women’s suffrage), but we’ve tried it and it has clearly failed.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  46. Where are Whiskey and Tiny Duck when we need them to explain the root of this lady’s issues?

    • Replies: @Alden
  47. Not Raul says:

    Karen demands to speak with the fence’s manager.

    • LOL: black sea
    • Replies: @Alden
  48. SOL says:
    @BenKenobi

    “But in the gruesome video one of them called for her mother as her head was being sawed off.”

    Lord have mercy. Those women who can return to the custody of men should; those who cannot will be left to their own devices.

  49. SteeveX says:
    @Anonymous

    White overeducated yet know-nothing liberal women are the real problem with the US

  50. Sean says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    That’s not what people with vast expertise in chokes, strangles and neck cranks and experience in applying them in law enforcement situations think. Joe Rogan says if you put your shin across someone’s neck like that in a Jiu Jitsu class you’d be instantly told to stop. David Layman the ex cop and former supermax guard blogger (who deliberately broke fingers and once was struck by a colleague to get him to stop baton choking a convict) said the duration of restraint was clearly unnecessary and Chavin knew it because he was resting his hands on his thighs.

    If you are going to recreate the Floyd death scene you’ll have to get a 6’4” 250lb middle aged man face down on a rock hard surface with his hands tightly cuffed behind his back and substantial weight on his back (where Chauvin’s other knee was), all of which will certainly constrict his ribcage and restrict his breathing.

    It may not kill him in ten minutes, but even without anything on his neck the ribcage constriction alone will result in eventual unconsciousness and death.

  51. The real tragedy here is that people like that reproduce. BTW, aren’t they obligated to have abortions?

    • Replies: @CJ
  52. Dear Summoned Mamma,

    I’d like to introduce to someone who feels your pain and can help, Jenny Craig. “When Home Is Where Life Happens, We’re Here For You.” So, first of all, go home and call Jenny. Then check back with us in six months, Mamma, and don’t be ” tardy to party” where we’ll celebrate the “new” lesser you.

  53. The real tragedy here is that people like that reproduce.

    Right?

    This is what an honest to God 2/10, would not bang looks like…

    “…and yet, it moves…”

    • Replies: @Jack D
  54. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Contrast this person with the late Saint John Lewis. He spent sixty plus years as a race hustler and parasite, carving out a handsome living for himself and his homies. His cause was himself and his kin. On the other hand this woman puts herself out for other people, other groups but not her own. Other people are her ’cause’. Rather typical of all the deluded whities out there, banging the drum for everyone but themselves. Must be the missionary impulse. Not sending our best in this case.

    • Replies: @Ancient Briton
  55. @theMann

    From “burn the Witch!” to “kill the Kulaks” to “Black Lives Matter!” female idiocy is historically enduring, and devastating.

    I’m confused, what did women specifically have to do with agricultural collectivization or the Holodomor? Did Stalin or Kaganovich transition unbeknownst to recorded history?

  56. peterike says:

    White single mom? How much you wanna bet the baby daddy (or daddies) are of a somewhat darker hue and the chillun are mocha?

    She’s exactly the type. Probably lets one Clevon after another mooch off her while she slogs off to her government job every day.

  57. Spud Boy says:
    @Clifford Brown

    And don’t forget, after Biden is elected, COVID-19 will magically disappear from the public consciousness and we’ll be able to dispense with masks and social distancing.

  58. @Reg Cæsar

    Momma Landwhale looks like a candidate for sleep apnea. Perhaps that is where her/its sleep deprevation com’s from.

  59. She’s a very passionate Person of Vagina (POV). However, I don’t feel spider-boy, who is bravely shielding her, gets the attention he deserves. Without his deflecting the volley of rubber bullets from the federal agents, she would have been in bad shape.

  60. @theMann

    Women (as a group, no two the same, etc etc) have a tendency (not an iron law, etc etc) to ‘go along to get along’, to conform.

    Don’t know about the States, but certainly in the UK, in the 50s and right through to the 70s, the left complaint was that women (as a group, etc etc) were too conservative – because conservatives still owned the culture. Now they don’t own it, women are going along to get along with what they see depicted on TV and in films.

    In the 70s there were a fair few male students LARPing as revolutionaries – berets and leather jackets, while the girls were in cheesecloth or country prints, LARPing as extras in Far From The Madding Crowd, The Virgin And The Gypsy or a David Hamilton print.

    Now the girls LARP as characters from a Jean Genet novel or Weimar Berlin. Tumblr has a lot to answer for.

  61. botazefa says:
    @Clifford Brown

    This Big Momma is simply conforming to the narrative fed to her by television and social media. In a healthy and sane society, she would be conforming with healthy and sane social norms. Unfortunately, she is in an insane society and lacks the brains and critical thinking skills to question the narrative. Instead, the media rewards her with her 15 minutes of hysteria.

    Are thugs gunning each other down because of the hood narrative?

    Are looters looting because MSM glorifies it?

    Did Bruce become a girl because society encourages it?

    Where is the personal responsibility?

    In your telling, we’re all leaves infantalized by a strong wind. I don’t buy it. People know right from wrong. That woman knows perfectly well what she is doing. How do I know? Her carefully tailored commentary is using up way too much of her mental energy. If she was a blind follower, she wouldn’t be so aware of her audience.

    Stop making excuses for white women behaving badly, Clifford.

  62. @The Last Real Calvinist

    Good men make themselves very hard to find when these ladies are on the loose

  63. Paul Rise says:
    @Pop Warner

    She sounds like a very troubled employee we had years ago. Undiagnosed mild schizophrenia, which suddenly became “not mild” after an unrelated emotional trauma. We realized she was working 60 hours a week, staying in office until midnighf etc and realized that she was working on some imaginary HR software that was going to address another imaginary problem involving perceived inaccuracies in some audit. When we gently confronted her, she melted down, and explaindd she was just trying to help the organization, etc. Body langiage, tone, facial expression all shockingly similar to this fat portland mom.

    We are a nation of 330 million plus. There are thousands of educated, charismatic schizos and crazies out there. Their delusions and insanity are exploited by politicians and media, and the insanity spreads like a virus.

    BLM, antifa, transgenderism etc are memes, and these people are “running” them as an operating system. And the memes, at root, are the result of crazy people and drug addicts who are accepted by these leftwing movements.

    The sci fi Writer John Barnes laid this all out in an obscure, lurid sci fi book called Kaleidoscope Century 25 years ago.

  64. @The Last Real Calvinist

    Even Flannery has been cancelled:

    • Replies: @El Dato
  65. ex-banker says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    Mississippi ranks first in something!

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  66. El Dato says:
    @Percy Gryce

    O’Connor-lovers have been downplaying those remarks ever since. But they are not hot-mike moments or loose talk. They were written at the same desk where O’Connor wrote her fiction and are found in the same lode of correspondence that has brought about the rise in her stature. This has put her champions in a bind—upholding her letters as eloquently expressive of her character, but carving out exceptions for the nasty parts.

    And carving out exceptions is the work the Devil.

  67. Mr. Anon says:
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    O’Connor herself is being canceled.

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/cancelling-flannery-oconnor/

    All that was, and was white, must be erased.

  68. This is horrifying

    Her children are definitely being abused

    Someone should contact Child and Family Services about this

    • Replies: @Alden
  69. Marko says:

    No doubt, a lot of these “moms” are cuckolds.

  70. Sean says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The Dems Black support is really the women who are the Blacks that actually bother to vote. Loss of support among white working class women for Trump has fallen from over 60% to 50 %. In a great many cases those will be the same women will have suffered weight gain during the lockdown. Hillary’s strategists were perhaps not so misguided when they spent a lot of time on advertising that Trump fat-shamed a Miss Universe winner as “Miss Piggy”.

    His whole persona is forthright to the point of rudeness, and Trump comes across as judgmental about female adiposity. Factor in that his female supporters cannot get into their clothes from 100 days ago and are constantly stressed by perception of negative male appraisal, his only hope is they start eating less. We all know that is not going to happen.

  71. @Barnard

    Property requirements and literacy tests don’t look so bad in retrospect, either.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
  72. @Clifford Brown

    I agree with McKenna. Things are not going back to normal.

  73. Mr. Grey says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    Yes you would think if this “mom” cared so much she would take the time to read the police body cam transcripts from the Floyd arrest, along with the autopsy report. There is enough there to at least consider the likely explanation that he died from Fentanyl OD and the police were keeping him still to avoid him from choking on his own vomit.

  74. Ian Smith says:
    @Cloudbuster

    That’s why she’s protesting: she’s afraid that the police will kill off all the black men that like fat white women.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
  75. @Clifford Brown

    Scene’s over, dude.

    I understand that’s what happened to Facebook about ten years ago.
    The moment your mom wants to be friends with you on an internet platform is when it suddenly loses all edginess… and you leave for good.

  76. @Anonymous

    What dads? ca.75% don’t have one.

    Did you mean the sperm donors? True, they do help keep the Revolution going into the next generation but that’s about the extent of it.

  77. Jack D says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    First of all, there are men who will literally bang anything female. Black men in particular are not picky.

    2nd, chances are that this land whale did not always look this way. Subtract 10 years and 60 or 70 lbs. and she might be a solid “3” or above.

  78. @peterike

    “while she slogs off to her government job every day.”

    She’s on disability for chronic fatigue/heart condition/general slovenliness
    Her “work” consists of compulsive facecrook postings

  79. @Mr McKenna

    You noticed. It’s often fight for democracy or expand civil rights. When’s the last time a civil rights bill increased your civil rights?
    And if your civil rights were not expanded, were they reduced? Who gained? Who lost?

  80. SMK says: • Website
    @Barnard

    The poisonous fruit of media propaganda and educational indoctrination. And the white male fruit of this harvest are just as if not more rife and far more violent and destructive. Thanks Steve. This video givse all the misogynists on unz.com another pretest to stupidly and biliously rant and emote and call for the abolition of the 19th Amendment. Yes, the right of women to vote and protest (should women also be denied the right to protest and to freedom of speech under the 1st Amendment?) is the cause of the riots in Portland, Seattle, and scores of other cities since the “murder” of Saint George in Minneapolis, not blacks and white leftists, male and female.

    Yes, Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham, and the over 20 million white females, mostly married, who voted for Trump should be denied the right to vote but not low IQ black males (including felons if Biden is elected president}, law-IQ Mestizo/Amerindian men (including illegal aliens if Biden is elected president), and Islamic males should have the right to vote. That will solve or allay all of our problems and make the U.S.A. a much better country.

  81. Art Deco says:

    Cluster B personality disorders.

  82. @Anonymous

    PLM. Good strategy for pissing off some of the folks underwriting blM.

  83. Not Raul says:
    @black sea

    “Single mother” is an inane term. Did the bish fak herself?

  84. JohnnyD says:

    I’m beginning to think that Portland is a hipster lunatic asylum. These people lost their minds before it was cool.

  85. @ex-banker

    Mississippi ranks first in something!

    Remember, the Minnesota, the Wisconsin, the Iowa, the Illinois, the Missouri, the Ohio, the Tennessee, and the Arkansas are all tributaries of the Mississippi.

    Cowtow, please.

  86. Alden says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    You’re on a roll today Reg. How about White blubber matters.

  87. @black sea

    I suspect Christianity was a healthier moral outlet for these types of women than Wokeianity. I can imagine her 19th Century husband coming home and downing many pints of beer after his 12-hour factory shift just to drown out his wife’s latest Jesus rant. As for the Jewesses, they had 7 kids to obsess over. Oh, and none of these women could vote! Same people, different world.

    Regarding developed, societal norms, that’s the whole insight of Kirkian Conservatism. And then somehow we lost all common sense. I know, I know, I blame the Jews too…

  88. @anonymous

    C.f., Mrs. Jellybe [Bleak House]

  89. Harold says:
    @Barnard

    According to this Fox Poll
    https://static.foxnews.com/foxnews.com/content/uploads/2020/07/Fox_July-12-15-2020_Complete_National_Topline_July-19-Release.pdf

    Interviews were conducted July 12-15, 2020 among a random national sample of 1,104 registered voters (RV). Landline (237) and cellphone (867) telephone numbers were randomly selected for inclusion in the survey using a probability proportionate to size method, which means phone numbers for each state are proportional to the number of voters in each state.

    The demographic group least likely to think of the founders of the country as villains were college educated White women, and second only to evangelicals in considering them heroes. White women overall believed they were villains less than men.

  90. Alden says:
    @Not my economy

    Tides, Ford, Kellogg and the other foundations funding BLM probably provide child care and school for the children of demonstrators. Along with $15,00 an hour wages transportation, food hotel for out of Towners yellow T shirts shields and protective gear. So the kids are taken care of and trained to be the next generation of radicals.

    One thing I have never in my life worn except to check the roof, wash cars clean pools and do construction work, a short sleeved box shaped T shirt. Never never never outside the driveway. Never never never never.

    And scraped back straggly ponytails on anyone over 12.

    It’s incredibly easy to be well dressed and beautiful now days. Just comb your hair wash your face maintain reasonable weight and don’t don’t don’t don’t wear a box shaped men’s T shirt.

  91. Alden says:
    @Not Raul

    Tears In my eyes from laughing at that one.

    • Thanks: Not Raul
  92. @Sean

    I saw the Rogan bit in the context of the podcast. Rogan is usually pretty rational, but it was obvious that during that sequence he got pretty emotional, and he said some other things that I think were not true, such as that Chauvin was pressing Floyd’s neck into the curb. And I’m not at all sure that the kind of neck hold you’d apply in BJJ is the same as this police restraint.

    the duration of restraint was clearly unnecessary and Chavin knew it because he was resting his hands on his thighs.

    Clearly unnecessary is not the same as lethal. Not by a long shot. and I interpret Chauvin’s relaxed body positioning to indicate that he was not putting excessive pressure/weight on Floyd. There is even one point in the video where Floyd picks his head up and Chauvin’s knee comes off his neck and then settles back down.

    It may not kill him in ten minutes, but even without anything on his neck the ribcage constriction alone will result in eventual unconsciousness and death

    I think you are repeating what you’ve seen other people say, and you don’t actually know that. And that’s my point. Everyone is assuming Chauvin’s restraint was deadly, so when they see an explanation like “weight on his back will prevent ribcage restriction” they think they know that to be the case, but they don’t.

    • Replies: @Sean
  93. CCZ says:

    Then there are the white guilt hockey fans:

    NHL fans are posting photos of themselves kneeling after players remained standing during national anthems.

    https://twitter.com/i/events/1289255820870291456

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  94. Alden says:
    @TontoBubbaGoldstein

    They’re overwhelmed by blubber mom and can’t think of a thing to say. Tiny Duck craves her beautiful soft body, more cushion for the pushin.

  95. @Kyle

    Kyle, we recently learned that sleep deprivation was caused by systemic racism and applies to blacks whose ancestors were tired in slavery. So this is appropriation.

  96. @NJ Transit Commuter

    NJ, she should volunteer to be the “help” at a black home. Her chance to provide reparations.

  97. @Ian Smith

    Ian, dont know if black men love fat white chicks, but fat white chicks like attention so any port in a storm.

    • Replies: @Ian Smith
  98. aandrews says:

    “…and I heard George when he called out for his Mama.”

    Was that before or after he said that his face “was gone”?
    (Cf. https://int.nyt.com/data/documenthelper/7070-exhibit-final07072020/4b81216735f2203a08cb/optimized/full.pdf, p14)

    • Replies: @aandrews
  99. Is that i guy in drag..? She said she had a son, so that means someone hit that.? Couldn’t pay me

  100. aandrews says:
    @aandrews

    https://int.nyt.com/data/documenthelper/7070-exhibit-final07072020/4b81216735f2203a08cb/optimized/full.pdf
    p48

    George Floyd:
    I want to lay on the ground. I’m going to lay on the ground. Oh, I’m coming down. I’m going down. I’m going down.

    J. Alexander Kueng:
    Get in the squad.

    George Floyd:
    I’m going down. I’m going down. I’m not going up

    Male5:
    Man, you going to die of aheart attack, just get in the car.

    George Floyd:
    I can’t breathe.

    Male5:
    Get in the car.

    George Floyd:
    I just had COVID, man. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe.

    J. Alexander Kueng:
    Take a seat.

    George Floyd:
    Please, man. One of you listen to me.

    Derek Chauvin:
    Is he going to jail?

    J. Alexander Kueng:
    He’s under arrest right now for forgery.

    George Floyd:
    I can’t-

    J. Alexander Kueng:
    Until we figure out what’s going on.

    George Floyd:
    Forgery for what? For what? Please, man. I can’t fucking breathe.

    He was dying of a drug overdose.

    Unless they decide to have a blood sacrifice for the greater good (and that’ll make a big, negative impression on law enforcement all over the country), those cops are going to walk.

  101. duncsbaby says:
    @Sean

    Sean, the autopsy has already said that Floyd didn’t die of asphyxiation:” A preliminary autopsy report cited earlier by prosecutors said the county medical examiner’s review ‘revealed no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation.’ ”
    Chauvin may very well be railroaded. He’s toast because everyone in the media and the courts has already convicted him. But he didn’t kill that dude. Someone out of breath doesn’t scream out, “I can’t breathe!” He died of a fentanyl overdose. You know it. Everyone knows it. He was a fat middle-aged drug user who died because his body was toxic.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Troll: Corvinus
  102. aandrews says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    LOL

    Totally on topic, man. And educational, too:)

  103. MBlanc46 says:
    @theMann

    I agree, tM, but before Rosie and Alden come after you, let me add that the men haven’t been making much of a showing for the past fifty years, either.

  104. @CCZ

    NHL fans are posting photos of themselves kneeling after players remained standing during national anthems.

    Who else can’t wait to see the goodwhites land in the cannibals’ pots?

  105. @theMann

    I spent most of my life thinking the Income Tax was the greatest mistake this nation ever made, but it pales in comparison to the 19th Amendment.

    Women chose Dewey over baby-killing war criminal Truman, and Nixon over nuclear-gambling sex freak Kennedy. Men can’t say either. Each of those two got us into yet another useless foreign war.

    When allowed to vote on the matter, women were more likely than men to vote against suffrage. Which is why the suffragists insisted on going through the back door, i.e., legislatures.

    The only vote in Congress against going to war in Europe in 1941 came from a Montana lady. That took some balls. Even Lindbergh caved.

    If it were up to men, the ERA would be in the Constitution today. It took a heroic last-ditch effort almost wholly by women to slam on the brakes.

    This isn’t a brief for suffragism; rather, it’s a plea for humility on the part of both sexes.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
  106. 1776blues says:

    By her refusing to go home she is guilty of neglecting her own children. The building did nothing wrong!

  107. @black sea

    This woman is manifestly an unfit mother (as are the black women she praised). She is withholding care from her children. She has virtually nothing to do with them.

    However, given what I saw of her in the video, I have to wonder whether her kids are worse off with her shrieking on the streets than shrieking at them, at home.

  108. AshtonS says:
    @peterike

    I don’t think so. Granted, she has the body type for the brothas to love, but if her children were mulatto she’d have proudly announced it in this tirade.

    Rather, my guess is her kids are white, but already well indoctrinated in the cult of self-loathing. Also, one probably already identifies as gender-fluid.

    In any case, their dad is probably a fat white man-child who works part time at a coffee shop or craft taproom and spends all his free time gaming. She and he have been off/on for years, but ultimately even he can’t tolerate that face and that psycho personality for any extended period of time.

  109. Anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @Sean

    BASIC QUESTION – why put a choke hold on a guy at all WHEN HE IS ALREADY SAFELY HANDCUFFED?

    Just let him thrash about and exhaust himself.

    The entire video production is too long and too need. The police conduct supposedly documented makes no sense. The entire incident may be some kind of false flag operation where a willing participant (Officer Chauvin) suddenly finds he is the patsy.

    Some reports stated that Chauvin’s attorneys were expecting to reach a deal at an early stage which was nixed at the last minute. Obviously, a deal would undermine the ongoing hysteria irrespective of what the terms are.

  110. Sean says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    Chauvin’s colleague with hardly any time on the job said he was worried Floyd would die and was asking Chauvin to turn Floyd over . A man of Chauvin’s experience knew exactly what could happen, he stepped outside the law to take unconscionably punitive measures and maintained the prisoner in a dangerous posture for several minutes. I have sympathy for Chavin’s colleagues, but none at all for him. If you kill someone while committing a crime that is murder: felony murder.

    [Rogan] said some other things that I think were not true, such as that Chauvin was pressing Floyd’s neck into the curb. And I’m not at all sure that the kind of neck hold you’d apply in BJJ is the same as this police restraint.

    Can’t have it both ways. Floyd was either subjected to a choke hold, or a barely any force restraint to keep him from raising his head, although why I cannot imagine as he was lying face down and manicled. Plus he had announced his intention to go down and lie there before deliberately doing that then getting out the back of the police car. It seems Chauvin thought ‘OK, you want to lie down that’s what you’ll get–good and hard’. Chavin was punishing Floyd as he implicitly admitted to onlookers when they asked why not just put him in the car :”we tried that before”.

    I interpret Chauvin’s relaxed body positioning to indicate that he was not putting excessive pressure/weight on Floyd.

    Floyd was not struggling to get up so what was the shin hovering over his neck for? And at certain points the shin came down and exerted appreciable pressure, which coincided with Chauvin telling Floyd to shut up. Perseveration (“repetition of a particular response regardless of the cessation of a stimulus”) by Chauvin was the cause of this catastrophe. There can be no argument that Chavin alone was responsible for Floyd lying face down arms drawn tight around his thick waisted torso, and pulling on his ribcage. Floyd’s substantial gut would have been pushed up against his diaphragm.

    Being agitated and yelling rather than slipping away into unconsciousness, Floyd hardly seemed to be overdosing, but for the sake of argument suppose he had been given Naloxone (Fentanyl antidote), could the treatment he was subjected to for those last 10 minutes have lasted all day without Floyd suffering ill effects?

    How did crucifixion kill?
    One of the most severe methods of crucifixion put the arms straight above the victim. “That can [kill in] 10 minutes to half an hour – it’s just impossible to breathe under those conditions,”

  111. Rob McX says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The only vote in Congress against going to war in Europe in 1941 came from a Montana lady. That took some balls.

    Jeannette Rankin voted against going to war with Japan, but abstained from voting on going to war with Germany and Italy three days later. A journalist at the time wrote:

    Probably a hundred men in Congress would have liked to do what she did. Not one of them had the courage to do it.

    The same could be said of a lot of political decisions in Congress today, except that now the pusillanimity is unanimous.

  112. Ian Smith says:
    @Buffalo Joe

    It’s mutual. Black men are less put off by extra pounds than white men. I vividly remember serving this woman at a grocery store some time ago. She was very overweight, bordering on obese. Her hair was died orange and she was covered in tats and piercings. Along with her was a normal looking black guy with a distinctly non-ghetto vibe and a 100% white daughter. It says something that this guy whom I’m fairly certain could pull an above-average black woman was dating a single mother with zero sexual market value beyond her White skin.
    On the show You with Penn Badgely, a chubby White girl is caught on camera drunkenly bemoaning the fact that the only attention she gets comes from black guys. “Where are the White guys who like a big booty?” The video gets put on the Internet and she gets shunned by everyone for being so racist! The show portrays this treatment as just, when the poor girl was just letting slip something everyone knows but is impolitic to say out loud.

  113. @Sean

    Yes, you’re very clever to compare Floyd and Jesus. No doubt you got some emotional tingles out of that.

    Since you’re so clever, you will please explain on an anatomical and physiological level (a) how crucifixion lead to suffocation and (b) how that is germane to the Floyd case.

    Based on your statements above about,e.g., overdosing, I doubt you can do that, which would demonstrate you have inadequate understanding to make judgements about the cause of death in the Floyd case. (Hint regarding A–the link you provided doesn’t do it.)

    As for the rest of what you wrote, you are obviously too emotionally invested in your narrative about Chauvin to think critically about the situation. Whether guilty or innocent, I hope for Chauvin’s sake and our sakes that he gets jurors more reasonable and objective than you. A good way to start walking it back is to really think through your Crucifixion analogy and explain it to yourself on a mechanistic level. I look forward to your explanation.

    • Replies: @Sean
  114. Corvinus says:
    @Steve in Greensboro

    “I guess it seemed like a good idea at the time (women’s suffrage), but we’ve tried it and it has clearly failed.”

    You’re living in the wrong century.

  115. @Buzz Mohawk

    Buzz, I completely ignore this 6 ft crap, and I don’t make any effort to stand on or about any stickers on the floor.

    (OK, OK, it’s not so much the Kung Flu fatigue as it is my anger at myself for selling all my stock in the floor-sticker sector in mid-February of this year. Can I pick ’em, or what?)

  116. @Sean

    Just a few observations, if you will allow it.

    First, you don’t know, and can’t reasonably infer from the video evidence, exactly what Officer Chauvin believed concerning the reasons for Mr Floyd’s distress, nor can you know or infer what his motives were for continuing the restraint.

    Second, you don’t know the cause of Mr Floyd’s death, nor do you know whether and to what extent the actions of the officers contributed to his death, nor do you know whether, if the officers had acted differently, his death could have been prevented.

    Third, the video evidence doesn’t appear to show Mr Floyd lying face down, as you claim. The side of his head is in contact with the ground, not his face, with Officer Chauvin’s knee placed against the side of his neck rather than the back of his neck.

    Fourth, you can’t draw any reliable conclusions from the video evidence about the degree of force used to restrain Mr Floyd’s arms, or whether this force was applied intermittently or continuously, nor can you conclude that the degree of force used was sufficient to constrict the movement of his ribcage. That is no more than speculation on your part.

    Fifth, it is difficult to justify calling the neck restraint used while Mr Floyd was on the ground a choke hold, since it did not appear capable of constricting or placing pressure on Mr Floyd’s windpipe.

    If any of the officers can be demonstrated to have criminal responsibility in the death of the unfortunate Mr Floyd, then they should be subject to appropriate legal penalties. But there is a process for establishing whether or not this is the case.

    Call me old fashioned, but I still believe in the right to a fair trial before a jury of one’s peers. What do you believe in?

    • Replies: @Sean
    , @Sean
  117. Sean says:
    @Julian of Norwich

    Nicholas Parsons, ‘Officer’ Chauvin deliberately inflicted distress on Floyd by putting him in a ventral down and dorsal up position with his hands manicled behind his back, and keeping him there for almost ten minutes, all the while ignoring not just bystanders, but his own colleagues who were telling him “Don’t do that!” and raising concerns about Floyd expiring.

    It is true that Floyd was being annoying, but very many people the police deal with are. Chauvin’s job benefits did not include licence for administering impromptu corporal punishment as a form of stress relief for himself. He was therefore committing an assault and knew it. Then he ignored entreaties to desist in his felonious maltreatment because it risked killing Floyd.

    When making tax deductions on an Internal Revenue Service form the claimant has the responsibility to prove in court as required that the deductions are legitimate. Government does not have to prove a thing. Now the whole of white society has to prove it is not racist and the Blacks are in the position of the IRS.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
  118. Sean says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/handcuffing-arms-behind-back-caused-obese-man-s-death

    Handcuffing arms behind back caused obese man’s death

    Trevor Proudman died from positional asphyxia as a result of being restrained with his wrists handcuffed behind his back while in the back of a police van, Dr. Bernard Bannach wrote in an autopsy report released this week.

    “This position did not allow him to breathe adequately resulting in a cardiac arrest.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
  119. Anonymous[252] • Disclaimer says:

    Yeah, the officers will walk. This is Trayvon 2: Electric Boogaloo

  120. CJ says:
    @The Alarmist

    According to journalist Andy Ngo, who has been providing some good coverage of the Portland rioting, a lot of these Antifa Moms/Wall of Moms aren’t actually mothers.

  121. @Sean

    LOL!!! Trevor Proudman was both morbidly obese and had a deformed chest cavity from scoliosis, and George Floyd was barely overweight. As you can see from the photo of him below in handcuffs, Floyd’s in good physical shape and having his arms behind his body in cuffs doesn’t affect his rib cage at all.

    The video about crucifixion you posted still doesn’t explain how it suffocates. In fact, in that experiment, they said breath volume was reduced by 10%, which isn’t shit since you can live with a lung removed.

    Crucifixion suffocates by stretching out the muscles and bones of the torso. Breathing works by muscular action, and muscles only work by changing between two states of contraction and non-contraction. The rib cage is expanded when intercostal muscles contract and pull it upward, while the diaphragm pulls downward. When you place all the body’s weight on the arms, the muscles and joints first of the arms and then of the torso are stretched to the point that the intercostals and diaphragm are unable to contract. (Note that in that video, the test subject had his arms wrapped to help protect them from being dislocated, which is part of the reason their test failed to suffocate.)

    Also, part B was a trick question–crucifixion has nothing to do with Floyd because the physiological effects of being pinned down with your arms at your side and those of being stretched upward with your arms above you are not the same.

    • LOL: Sean
  122. @Sean

    Chauvin appears to be a nasty human being, but that is a different matter than the question of whether or not Chauvin killed Floyd.

    You like to gloss over a lot of things like the fact that the officers were clearly split with some explicitly saying that Floyd was experiencing drug effects and was not in danger from the restraint while others were concerned about death from excited delirium, which is not the same as thinking that Floyd was being asphyxiated.

    As well, Chauvin, even if acting incorrectly in his restraint, was correct not to listen to the bystanders’ entreaties. The police ought to follow their procedures and act based on their personal experiences and not the advice of onlookers without training, experience, or knowledge. (Chauvin may not have been following procedure, but that is not for bystanders to decide.)

    Finally, “the whole of white society has to prove it is not racisf” is a complete logical fallacy. Even if we grant everything you claim about Chauvin’s behavior, it does not even demonstrate racism according to the old-fashioned definitions, let alone demonstrate “systemic racism”.

    If you aren’t just trolling on iSteve or a new Corvinus or Tiny Duck, you need to think more slowly and less emotionally.

    • Replies: @Sean
  123. @Anonymous

    George Floyd was a suicide.
    He chose to suicide through an overdose of illegal drugs while committing crimes against his neighbors and his community.

  124. PJQuixote says:

    Few things are uglier than a hipster honky hick.
    Apparently, Portland is a superstar overproducer
    of these fucking things .

  125. Sean says:
    @Chrisnonymous

    George Floyd was not behaving like a man overdosing on Fentanyl. He spoke twenty times while on the ground, and Chauvin scoffed that “I takes a lot of oxygen to talk” and told to Floyd to stop yelling about how he could not breath .Chauvin as an experienced police officer knew what opioid intoxication looked like. Very silly for anyone to think he would have done what he did to Floyd if there had been the slightest reason to suspect that Floyd had a dangerous level of Fentanyl in him.

    Breathing is a back activity; if your ribs cannot move out sideways (Floyd’s arms were cuffed so as to restrict his ribcage) you’ll, die, it is that simple. Floyd said he hurt all over, not just his neck. I never thought his neck had much to do with it and said so in comments from the begining. It did look bad after he Floyd died. Chavin was assaulting Floyd, wham, and inadvertently killed him, bam. Wham bam: felony murder.

    Whiskey would be a more appropriate model for someone commenting about Chauvin, whose mother cuckolded his father them walked out on her family. Yes “the whole of white society has to prove it is not racist”, because those making the accusation are like IRS auditors who you are under an obligation to provide evidence of your deductions to.

  126. Sean says:
    @Julian of Norwich

    They went up to the car with drawn guns. Floyd had started crying and asked them not to shoot him, but was not told what he was being investigated for until several minutes after he was sworn at, had a gun pointed at him been manhandled out his car and handcuffed.

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