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So what was preordained has finally taken place. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has now been convicted of the murder of George Floyd. While many, possibly even most, Americans would agree that Chauvin exceeded what was necessary in his use of force, the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely injure Floyd, nor could they demonstrate that any racial bias was behind what had developed after Floyd resisted arrest.

Nevertheless, Chauvin was held solely responsible for the death of Floyd and will be sentenced to up 40 years in prison the first week in June, at which point he can initiate an appeal, and, to be sure, there are considerable grounds for upending the verdict. First of all, the defense’s moves to have the trial moved from Minneapolis, where violent crowds were gathering nightly outside the courthouse and in other public spaces, was denied, creating a “mob rule” atmosphere that clearly intimidated the jurors as well others involved in the trial. And there were more specific threats. The day before Chauvin’s case went to the jury, the former California home of a defense witness was vandalized with a pig’s head and blood.

Secondly, media coverage of the trial, visible to the unsequestered jury, weighed heavily against Chauvin and only provided perfunctory and unsympathetic reporting on his defense. Third, Minneapolis gave the Floyd family a “historic” $27 million wrongful death settlement on March 12th, which sent a clear message to jurors and others that the city considered Chauvin guilty as charged and it also reinforced fears that if the verdict were to go the wrong way the city would burn.

And finally, the political class, mostly Democratic Party activists supported by the usual guilt-stricken limousine liberals in this case, intervened regularly in the commentary surrounding the proceedings. Representative Maxine Waters notoriously appeared in Minneapolis shortly before the jury was due to consider its verdict and advised an angry mob that “Well, we’ve got to stay on the street. And we’ve got to get more active. We’ve got to get more confrontational. We’ve got to make sure that they know that we mean business” if the judgment went the wrong way. When Republicans in the House of Representatives called on Waters to either apologize or be censured, the move was blocked by Speaker Nancy Pelosi. One might note the double standard, recalling that recently a president of the United States was impeached for saying something rather less provocative than Waters.

Beyond that President Joe Biden called for a guilty verdict while the jury was sequestered and after the decision came down, he and Vice President Kamala Harris appeared on television in a hastily called press conference. She said “We still must reform the system. America has a long history of systemic racism” that is “holding our nation back from realizing our full potential.” Biden added that systemic racism “is a stain of our nation’s soul, the knee on the neck of the nation’s black Americans.” They both agreed that the verdict was justice of sorts but only the beginning of what has to be done.

In a televised address to both houses of Congress subsequent to the Chauvin verdict Biden went one step further, asserting that “…we won’t ignore what our own intelligence agencies have determined – the most lethal terrorist threat to the homeland today is from white supremacist terrorism.” Voice of the Establishment Foreign Policy magazine appears to agree with that fundamentally absurd judgement, writing that “While accountability has been delivered for George Floyd’s murder, it’s not justice. Truth commissions are long overdue in the United States and should also be part of Floyd’s legacy…” Here in my own congressional district in Virginia Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton hyperbolically told constituents that “We need to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act now, because the systemic inequality that led to his death — and the deaths of so many Black Americans — cannot continue.”

One might observe that a street hood and drug addict of such little distinction has not been so beatified since Michael Brown of Ferguson Missouri. Nevertheless, the real question is “Where does it go from here?” Much of the commentary seems to suggest a witch hunt is about to be initiated using the full resources of the national security state. There are for sure immediate consequences for the three Minneapolis policemen who are facing charges who are also likely to be also judged guilty and for Minnesotans in general there could be an impact on their crime rate, which in 2020 saw homicides doubled compared to the previous year due the George Floyd phenomenon. And Attorney General Merrick Garland, already busy engaged in an FBI and Pentagon effort to identify and root out “white extremists,” has already announced that there will be a federal investigation of the Minneapolis police force. So one can expect those numbers of killings to keep moving up as street punks realize that police will henceforth be unwilling to use force against anyone. And so much for the American tradition of local law enforcement.

And the longer answer to queries regarding what is coming appears to be that the Democrats joined by their radical allies in BLM and ANTIFA are prepared to deconstruct the entire US criminal justice system and they are further willing to employ their own brand of violence in purging the country of racists and more particularly white supremacists.

One might particularly note some comments made after the guilty verdict by professional left-wing gasbag and film maker Michael Moore, not to suggest that he has any genuine insights, but rather because he represents views that are unfortunately circulating among certain constituencies. He posted on Facebook, where he has 2.5 million followers and received 5,400 overwhelmingly favorable comments as well as more than 69,000 “likes.”

Moore wrote “It took practically no time for a jury to find murderer and officer Derek Chauvin guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter of George Floyd. The decision was swift, overwhelming, obvious, and yet, somehow, shocking. Maybe it should not have been such a shock that jurors in the congressional district that elected Rep. Ilhan Omar to Congress ended up making the right decision.

“However, …it is not the norm for these cases against killer cops to go this way. A victory for once! On this episode I issue a blanket warning to all racist and abusive cops that we are coming for them. Thousands of citizen activists across America are going to fight to abolish a sick and cruel system of policing and replace it with a humane and accountable system of Public Safety and Compassion. A professional, college-educated and literate group of public servants who seek to PREVENT crime and help citizens live safely. Public Safety is making sure everyone has food to eat, a roof over their head, great neighborhood public schools, a good paying job for all (and a safety net for those who can’t) and free health care (including mental health) for every human being.

“But this one act of accountability in Minnesota is not the massive, revolutionary change we need to address white supremacy, criminal justice reform, and anti-Black racism. How many Black and Brown people are sitting in prison tonight because they were put there by the thousands of Derek Chauvins on our police forces? We must set them all free. This verdict must be a new beginning. This is our moment. We must all be involved and make our voices heard… Now it is up to the rest of us to do our job as citizens of this democracy.

“Please listen to my podcast today as I say the things that need to be said to the other Derek Chauvins: Quit now, or start running. You are going to pay for your crimes. But no one will put their knee to your neck or harm you physically in any way. No. No. Because that would make us like you.”

Moore is almost certainly blowing a lot of smoke, but he is basically henceforth decriminalizing the justice system for anyone who is brown or black while also emptying out the prisons for those who are already confined and likewise fit into those racial categories. After that we go after the “corrupt cops,” which undoubtedly means anyone who is white and arrests a black person, judging by Moore’s breakdown of good and evil. And then we replace them with liberal, college educated social workers who, strangely, also have to be literate, though Moore does not suggest what books they should be allowed to read in the new Utopia. Oh, and then we give everyone a house, food, good schools, jobs and state provided health care. They will presumably behave a lot better if we do all that, though it is not clear who will pay for it and how. One BLM leader has called for white homeowners to surrender their homes as reparations, which may be what Moore has in mind.

One might note that personal responsibility plays no part in the Moore vision, which takes social engineering into the 1984 realm. Moore might just be angling for the undoubtedly upcoming Biden job of Ministry of Truth as all the new diversity slots appear to be already taken and he does not mention what he will do with the “racists” that he exposes apart from the fact that they should “start running.” Presumably they will not be eligible for any of the goodies that will be reserved for those who possessing the correct skin tone and who limit themselves to minor crimes like arson, shoplifting and mugging little old Asian ladies.

In other words, this is not about Chauvin at all. It is about the fear of the mob, the election of craven politicians and the bleatings of pundits like Moore. And above all it is about the direction our country is going in. If the people do not wake up to this the United States of America will soon be gone, gone, gone.

Philip Giraldi has a PhD in modern history from University College London and served in the US Army during the Vietnam War followed by 18 years as an operations officer with the Central Intelligence Agency.

 
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  1. Democrats prepare to eliminate opposition to woke culture

    How will they do it?

    Here are some outtakes from an excellent essay of what will happen next:

    What the Progressive Socialist Liberals have in store for Conservatives (part 1)

    https://metallicman.com/laoban4site/what-the-progressive-liberals-have-in-store-for-conservatives/

    “When the new progressive socialist government takes control, one of the first things that they do is hunt down and slaughter their opposition”

    “Every progressive liberal socialist movement eventually goes full-on Pol Pot.”

  2. bayviking says:

    Cell phone videos now demonstrate how frequently police lie, when they write up their reports. The video of Chauvin shows an officer with a sadistic streak. surrounded by junior officers in what could be a scene from “Training Days”. Judges often think they are excellent at figuring out who is lying, but always taking the policeman;s word as the truth, until that video shows up. There doesn’t have to be any fake police reports or witnesses when you have a video like that. The jury could see for themselves. Rarely, if ever, will a serious jury worry about public protests. The judge orders them to ignore such considerations and consider the evidence.

  3. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    The supposed liberals and lefties are shown to not be that at all but have been closeted totalitarians who’ve waited for their moment to arrive. They’d like to embark upon a new red terror just like the communist revolutionaries of old murdered opponents and people they classified as class enemies. This Republic is at stake. All we need is for the head idiot to sleepwalk us into a disastrous war and chaos and collapse might ensue. The US seemed rock solid just some years ago yet is unraveling before our very eyes. Where this lands no one can tell right now.

    • Agree: One-off
    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  4. Bill H. says: • Website

    Murder is defined in law as “unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought.” I did not watch the Chauvin trial at any length, nor read transcripts, but when during that trial did the prosecution present any evidence that Chauvin ever had the slightest intention of killing George Floyd?

    • Agree: Kolya Krassotkin, Redman
    • Replies: @James Forrestal
    , @sally
  5. Ghali says:

    Giraldi writes: “the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely injure Floyd, nor could they demonstrate that any racial bias was behind what had developed after Floyd resisted arrest”.
    Mr Giraldi, in your opinion what Chauvin had to do to prove he is guilty of the crime he committed? Is there more criminal act than taken the life of a human being?

  6. Franz says:

    Moore is almost certainly blowing a lot of smoke

    And how fast would Mikey blow his smoke in the other direction if the worm turned?

    Seriously, many Americans have “woke up to this” in the last few years. Disorganized and hassled for minor “offenses” they have yet to find a model for action and an Event to rally around.

    It’s late, but it was later for people in the past who got their footing and hit back winning. We are not lesser humans but our obstacles make our moves more tricky.

    The main trick is knowing it’s late but not giving up.

  7. ruralguy says:

    Everything Michael Moore utters is a contradiction. He rants about the richest 1%, but is among the richest 1%. He hates Republicans and wealth, but lives/lived in a 10,000 sq ft mansion in a solidly Republican area in Michigan. He is rich, but poses as blue-collar guy wearing a trademark baseball cap. He claims he would never own a stock in a capitalistic system, but actually invests in stocks. Like many of the super-rich leftists, he is full of contradictions. They never walk their talk and give all of their money away, because they really don’t believe the socialist/communist/anarchist ideas they spout. Like the rich socialist parents in Seattle who vote socialism and include BLM in every other sentence they utter, but send their kids to private school — one of the highest private school attendance rates in the nation. Michael Moore, like most leftists, is just a poser.

  8. I think in his socialist utopia, Michael Moore should get the job as public toilet cleaner in the new-and-improved free housing projects for his BLM buddies.

    As an extreme example of utterly untalented white supremacy and privilege, Michael Moore, above all people, should be the first one to step down from the undeserved exalted position and pedestal that white society has blessed him with, and get his fingers and nostrils filled with the feel and smell of BLM feces and urine on a daily, grinding basis, for little pay and no benefits to quench his thirst and hunger for racial justice and provide a truly equitable result we can all deeply admire…….

  9. El Dato says:
    • Thanks: Mark G.
  10. William Luther Pierce’s prophecy is coming to life. American goys, keep an eye out for the exits

    The only thing unrealistic about his predictions was that whites would fight back.

    They are going to begin violent genocide very soon. There’s simply too much momentum behind them. They can’t keep it in their pants. Its the nature of Judaism, they can’t restrain their rapacity.

    This has backfired several times in the past. One notable example is the Cossack rebellion of 1648, one of the great instances of common people rising up against Jewish oppression.

    There won’t be a repetition of this in the US however. The cossacks were a high asabiyah people. They were poor, hardy, martial, masculine and deeply ethnocentric. They had civilizational vigor. They were ultimately annexed by the Tsardom and Russia, and under the Russian banner, they went on to conquer Siberia.

    They were never brainwashed to hate their own, never betrayed by their own leaders, their food was never filled with soy and their society hadn’t undergne cultural disintegration. Americans have had those things done to them.

    Americans today are simply too low T, fat, comfort loving and most of all, individualistic and brainwashed to do anything.

    If a kang is killed by the cops, a hundred nignogs will march on the street within an hour. When a black thug marches into a white neighborhood chasing and harrassing a girl, no one comes out. Only one army segeant came out to defend her and when the mob assembled to hunt him down, not one neighbor came out in his defense.

    As cucked as Europe is, even in Germany, the most propagandized and defeated people in the world, there were hundred thousand man marches protesting Islamic violence. Even in ultra cucked Sweden, there are neighborhood watches and gangs like the NRM defending ethnic swedes.

    Even in ultra-degenerate France, there are organized white men who can assemble a protest or do some activism ala generation identity.

    There’s nothing of the sort in America. We saw that clearly during the BLM rampage last year.

    Nothing can be achieved by individuals, civlization, war, revolution and national struggle are collective efforts. Doesn’t matter how strong a lion is, a pack of hyenas together will gut him.

    So, my advice to sane American goys would be, keep an escape route ready. First choice should be Russia or Eastern Europe, second choice should be Latin America(Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia).

    Even Germany is better than what the US has become. Germany for example has a right of return law, allowing those with ethnic German ancestry to immigrate. And there are at least 46 million German Americans.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_of_return#:~:text=German%20law%20allows%20(1)%20people,%2FSp%C3%A4taussiedler%20%22late%20emigrants%22)

    Here’s a list of European countries with right of return laws. Ireland, Greece, Poland, France and Finland have them as well. Ireland might be small, but it beats genocide I guess

    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Disagree: Catdog
  11. Dube says:

    This verdict must be a new beginning. This is our moment. We must all be involved and make our voices heard… Now it is up to the rest of us to do our job as citizens of this democracy.

    First off, who is going to pay for the cigarettes?

  12. aj54 says:

    “…we won’t ignore what our own intelligence agencies have determined – the most lethal terrorist threat to the homeland today is from white supremacist terrorism.”
    Are these the same “17 intelligence agencies” that insisted the Russians interfered in the 2016 election?

    • Replies: @The Plutonium Kid
    , @Rich
  13. The Chauvin trial was a travesty of justice. A non-sequestered jury was exposed to the terror of the BLM and the psychological terror of Democratic Party propaganda outlet CNN, plus the ridiculous statements of Maxine Waters and the Biden/Harris regime. Before the eyes of the American people, the US is transforming into a police state and a totalitarian society, which will outclass the former Soviet Union. This transformation process should prevent GOP victories forever. The witch hunt of Trump voters gives the Americans a foretaste of what is to come. Behind the Biden/Harris regime, Barack Obama and his B-team run the show.

    • Agree: tyrone
    • Replies: @James Scott
  14. “Joe ‘I Used to be a Crash Test Dummy‘ Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris appeared on television in a hastily called press conference. She said “We still must reform the system. America has a long history of systemic racism” that is “holding our nation back from realizing our full potential.”

    No, Camela Kamala [soon to be an unelected president], the potential is unfolding right before my/our eyes.

    Burn, baby. Burn!

    • Replies: @The Plutonium Kid
  15. anarchyst says:

    Michael Moore’s “schlockumentaries” are anything but honest and are based on half-truths and outright lies.
    In “Roger and Me” Moore claimed that GM CEO Roger Smith refused to meet with him and dodged every attempt to meet with him. In fact, Roger Smith offered Michael Moore an interview, but was promptly rebuffed. This meeting would have destroyed the whole premise of the movie.
    In “Bowling for Columbine”, Moore’s flawed premise was that the free, unrestricted commerce in lawful firearms was responsible for that deadly event. He brings up one bank’s successful marketing of its services by insisting that firearms were being given out to depositors in an indiscriminate fashion. Once again, Moore failed to note that every firearms transfer was done in a lawful manner, with federally-mandated “background checks” being performed in every case.
    In “Sicko”, his “schlockumentary” on the American health-care system, he used Cuba as a prime example of a good health care system. What he failed to mention was that the average Cuban citizen has little access to high-tech health care, but is relegated to a lower tier of service. The high tech health care services are available only to foreigners and communist party officials–not the average Cuban citizen.
    All of Michael Moore’s “schlockumentaries” are “full of holes”, lies and fabrications.
    Michael Moore is not to be trusted.

    • Replies: @S
    , @Steve Naidamast
  16. Address says:

    If the Chauvin case does not get thrown out on appeal, then America has effectively given up rule of law in favor of mob rule. But who did not see this coming?

    We have seen this type of brinksmanship in American society over the decades. Yet, each time the rule of law prevailed. And so we could all breath a collective sigh of relief.

    This time is different.

    The demographics have changed too much. There is now a feminized “brown” population dominating a confused and disoriented white population that actually relishes this situation as they are too emotionally immature, educationally void and intellectually vapid to even understand what it means for laws to be applied capriciously and with the prevailing mentality of the mob. Even worse is the very long leash provided to them by “our” very own ruling elites.

    At the same time the nation must contend with the morbid rabble of social media that has given equity to both sages and fools while offering nothing but the political bias of young California technorati to govern the actual quality of content. And so the mob naturally wins.

    It is difficult to imagine how any semblance of unity could come out of such conditions. If a “pandemic” cannot overcome political and demographic divisions and bring a nation together, then what can?

    Things will get white hot if Chauvin is ultimately vindicated on appeal. What will America choose: reason or the mob? I’m not optimistic.

    • Replies: @tyrone
  17. scamDemic says:

    The Founding Fathers never sought to create a democracy in the U.S. That word doesn’t appear in even one of our founding documents. To the Founders, democracy meant “mob rule.” Which increasingly is what we have… the Republic is falling, just as did Rome.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
  18. On the whole, an excellent summation from Dr Giraldi. The only caveat is concerning his comment:

    While many, possibly even most, Americans would agree that Chauvin exceeded what was necessary in his use of force, the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely injure Floyd, nor could they demonstrate that any racial bias was behind what had developed after Floyd resisted arrest.

    Chauvin’s knee was on Floyd’s shoulder blade, not neck. Floyd had 3X the fatal level of Fentanyl in his blood. Fentanyl kills by depriving the body of oxygen. By flailing around, Floyd was using up his oxygen supply even quicker. Chauvin, by restraining him, stopped him flailing. He also asked for emergency services. So it is highly questionable whether Chauvin ever exceeded necessary force.
    The Chauvin prosecution is a complete fabrication, designed to benefit the Democratic Party (sic), the oligarchs and the deep state.

    • Agree: Alden, By-tor
  19. Address says:
    @Yukon Jack

    https://metallicman.com/laoban4site/what-the-progressive-liberals-have-in-store-for-conservatives/

    Just a group of “retired spooks”. Ha, ha… There is no such thing. Even if there was your odds of receiving information versus disinformation is a flip of the coin.

  20. The Derrick Chauvin trial was a show trial with many of the Stalinist features from Moscow 1930s.

    See: http://fosterspeak.blogspot.com/2021/04/moscow-1936-to-minneapolis-2021.html

    • Agree: annamaria, HVM, TheTrumanShow
    • Replies: @TheTrumanShow
  21. Svevlad says:

    It’s about the US accidentally turning itself into Yugoslavia on suspicious steroids from the Tashkent flea market, and therefore going back to the stone ages, only to be recolonized by more competent and genetically rational peoples.

    That is your future.

  22. Miro23 says:
    @Yukon Jack

    Unbelievable, but I think that the US NeoBolshevik Wokes are steering towards this. They had no problem at all murdering 3000 Americans on 9/11 or with the mass murder in the Middle East.

    https://metallicman.com/laoban4site/what-the-progressive-liberals-have-in-store-for-conservatives/

    The Nº1 conclusion is never give up your weapon, organize your defense as a community and take some of them with you before they get you.

    This followed the well documented model. Demonize a class of people. Then disarm them. Finally, herd them together under a blanket of lies, and kill them all.

    During times of great turmoil, the odds of living after being handcuffed are mighty slim. Once you are in a confusing war zone, DO NOT EVER allow yourself to be handcuffed. The odds of survival are very slim. Know your history.

    When the new progressive socialist government takes control, one of the first things that they do is hunt down and slaughter their opposition. Historically, that has been the conservative and traditional elements of the society. I am sorry to say this, but this is the historical truth.

    What should be a shock is that the United States is destined to be one such nation. And you, dear boys and girls, are just about ready to be placed smack dab in ground zero for conflict. It will not be comfortable. It will not be pleasant. And, there will be those who will absolutely refuse to believe that it is happening.

    • Replies: @Yukon Jack
  23. @ruralguy

    It’s not a contradiction. It’s complete hypocrisy.

  24. So one can expect those numbers of killings to keep moving up as street punks realize that police will henceforth be unwilling to use force against anyone. And so much for the American tradition of local law enforcement.

    This is an underappreciated aspect of this type of “news” anecdote. Most people look at these “White cop BAD! Kill innocent Negro because hatred for color of skin! ALL White goyim BAD!” tales as obvious racial incitement, and believe that the primary motivation for these campaigns of anti-White stochastic terrorism is clearly a mixture of virulent, unreasoning anti-White hatred and toxic semitism. That’s not wrong, of course — they are intended to stir up anti-White hatred and encourage/ instigate attacks on Whites, but there’s more to it than that.

    IF you leave out the race issue*, one of the most obvious common elements in anecdotes that get heavy promotion as part of this campaign is that the designated “oppressors” are always local cops. Think about it — have you ever seen a “news” media narrative attacking a federal law enforcement agent for allegedly attacking an innocent victim of color? Nope — and you never will. Obviously the FBI is always the “good guy” in media presentations [every FBI shoot is a good shoot], but it’s not just the feebs who are exempt from media targeting by these narratives. The ATF? The DEA? DHS? (The EPA (etc.). Nope. They never “racistly” kill nobody. Or [more likely] they’re simply considered to be “unsuitable” for the antagonist role in these stories, because….?

    The obvious conclusion is that this campaign is not just intended to incite hatred against Whites and cops — it’s targeting local law enforcement in particular. A constant drumbeat of “Local cops BAD!” means that, by default, increased federal involvement/ centralization of law enforcement is GOOD. When you’re running a large “multicultural” polity [i.e. an empire], you don’t really want the occupation troops to be from the community they’re occupying…

    An alternative interpretation would be that this campaign is intended to push for privatization of local law enforcement. This seems less likely on the face of it, but it is interesting to note that the Minneapolis city government is currently paying an anti-White militia to act as a sort of auxiliary police.

    Another point about the effects — as opposed to the content — of these narratives. How do they affect interactions between the police and the Negro community?

    The intended message for lumpenprole Blacks appears to be a combination of “The White popo gonna kill you anyway, so you might as well fight them” and “if you instigate something with the cops, you might end up hitting the ghetto lottery if you play it right.” Both of these help to generate further incidents of “r****t” violence by evil White cops against innocent Negroes.

    The intended message for local police is clearly “Just look the other way; stay in the donut shop; let the Blacks run wild — it ain’t worth it.”

    These effects on both Blacks and police are both inevitable and easily predictable, and both lead directly to increased violent crime/ civil disorder/ general chaos.

    Does anyone really believe that corporate “news” media oligarchs [and the other major corporations that donated heavily to the anti-White terrorists of BLM] are too stupid to see this? Hardly. It must be an intended consequence. Do they want to drive people out of the cities? Or is there some other reason why increased violent crime/ civil disorder is seen as “desirable?”

    *Which is really only a strict requirement for the designated “victim” — the designated “r****t oppressors” can be relatively “diverse.” One of the Minneapolis cops at the scene of the Floyd OD death was a mulatto, another was an Asian, and 3 of the 6 Baltimore cops accused of shaking that guy to death by driving too fast were Black.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  25. @Daniel Rich

    No, Camela Kamala [soon to be an unelected president] …

    Not necessarily. Look at what happened to Spiro Agnew when it became obvious that Nixon would have to leave office.

  26. Miro23 says:
    @ruralguy

    Like the rich socialist parents in Seattle who vote socialism and include BLM in every other sentence they utter, but send their kids to private school — one of the highest private school attendance rates in the nation. Michael Moore, like most leftists, is just a poser.

    Maybe a contradiction, but since when have these been honest people? The Jewish power structure keeps them informed of the line they MUST follow – and their middle class life depends on it. The original Bolsheviks showed the way. They occupied the aristocratic mansions of St Petersburg and sent their children to exclusive private schools – all the while spouting the Marxist blah. After all they had the right – they were the self appointed “leading cadre” of the working class.

    Similarly, the new US elite are the self appointed “leading cadre” in the fight against “racism”, “white supremacy”, “fascism” etc.

    A poisonous character like Michael Moore is either an opportunist, very scared or a useful idiot. He should also be aware that he is the wrong race – automatically a “white supremacist” suspect.

    • Replies: @S
  27. @aj54

    Are these the same “17 intelligence agencies” that insisted the Russians interfered in the 2016 election?

    Are they also the same intelligence agencies that didn’t see the collapse of the Soviet Union coming, got blindsided by 9/11, and told us Iraq had huge stockpiles of WMDs?

    • Replies: @fred777
  28. @bayviking

    Yet another ignorant, hate-filled anti-White screeches; “B-b-but I saw it on da teevee! White cop GUILTY! ALL White goyim GUILTY! Man on teevee say so!”

    Yawn. Meanwhile, for anyone actually capable of meaningful reasoning (rather than mindlessly parroting the hegemonic media narrative), here’s what actually happened:

    Daily reminder: Floyd’s cause of death was opioid-induced noncardiogenic pulmonary edema, and the manner of death was accident.

    Let’s review:

    – For months on end, the major semitic narrative promotion agencies endlessly [and unanimously] shrieked: “The evil White goy strangled the poor innocent Negro because hatred for the color of the skin!” in an organized campaign that was clearly intended as anti-White stochastic terrorism — despite an autopsy that showed zero neck trauma and zero other evidence of strangulation (facial/ conjunctival/ mucosal petechiae, etc.).

    – They relied heavily on a edited bystander video that appeared to show Chauvin kneeling on the postero-lateral aspect of Floyd’s neck (not really a plausible cause of strangulation in biomechanical terms, since the trapezius muscle is not a critical component of the respiratory system, but at least it’s in the same general anatomic region).

    – They initially suppressed the police bodycam video, but when it was leaked a few months after the witch hunt started, it clearly showed Chauvin kneeling in the area of Floyd’s scapula (shoulder blade), not his neck, making the “strangulation” trope impossible to sustain.

    – At the trial, “expert” witnesses quickly abandoned the long-discredited “strangulation” canard, , claiming that Chauvin [5’9”, 150 lbs.] deliberately crushed the innocent Negro [6’3″, 223 according to the autopsy] to death by kneeling on his shoulder, which somehow completely immobilized both his chest and his diaphragm, preventing him from breathing. That’s [obviously] even weaker than the initial fable. So what actually happened?

    – Floyd ingested a potentially lethal dose of an opioid [fentanyl level of 11 ng/ ml is significantly above the mean level found in a large case series of fentanyl OD deaths in NH]

    – He complained of shortness of breath while he was still in the car, prior to any police intervention [bodycam footage]

    – He was Foaming at the mouth — noted by both Officer Keung [bodycam footage of initial contact] and Charles McMillian [prosecution witness/ Black bystander]

    – He had visibly edematous lungs at autopsy, weighing well over twice normal [R 1085 g, L 1015 g]

    This combination of findings clearly indicates that the cause of death was opioid-induced noncardiogenic pulmonary edema*:

    https://bcmj.org/articles/noncardiogenic-pulmonary-edema-associated-ultrapotent-opioid-overdoses

  29. Idaho and Oklahoma has already banned CRT in school curricula, Texas is on the verge of doing so. In Southlake (a Dallas burb), parents elected a slate of school board candidates expressly opposed to the whole “anti racism” farce. I would expect to see the same across most if not all of the South.

    https://thetexan.news/conservative-slate-of-candidates-hoping-to-stop-school-diversity-plan-wins-big-in-southlake/

  30. BuelahMan says:
    @Ghali

    Fentanyl wasn’t on trial. Fentanyl is what killed St George the porn star.

    • Thanks: annamaria
    • Troll: Supply and Demand
  31. One BLM leader has called for white homeowners to surrender their homes as reparations, which may be what Moore has in mind.

    So, Whites in Africa lose their houses to majority blacks, and Whites in the Western world lose their houses to minority blacks.

    I’m starting to see a pattern here … one of oppression. Maybe bleeding hearts might take notice if we give it a heart-tugging name, like Battered White Syndrome. Now, what do we use as a ribbon?

  32. Anonymous[759] • Disclaimer says:
    @ruralguy

    I don’t know that they’re any worse than the typical conservative on Free Republic who, while his or her way of life, country, civilization is being systematically dismantled in front of his or her eyes, is apparently most vexed by “John Kerry telling Iran about Israeli attacks” or “Pooty-Poot and communist Russia threatening to attack Ukraine” or “Chicoms”. I know half of Free Republic is hasbara and the other half just Israel-first Evangelicals whose identity is tied up with their military service, but still.

    One thing is clear from my experience in the last couple decades, the “all-volunteer” U.S. military has been one of the biggest tools for deracination and social change of any institution. The enlisted ranks (a military Keynesian job corps program) have been brainwashed with phony patriotic platitudes about being a hero and serving their country and fighting for freedom. Their continued fealty to the AngloZionist Empire is ensured with every ‘thank you for your service’ and VA benefits check.

    Contrary to what most people would’ve thought, the military officer ranks— flag officers— have shown themselves to be among the most loyal servants of the Globohomo AngloZionist Empire of any group. And these types fill the ranks of the intelligence community and federal law enforcement. So with their power and their psychopathic tendencies they are the wrecking ball for “building back better”.

    • Agree: Katrinka, follyofwar
  33. BCB232 says:

    Moore lives (or at least lived) in a great big house up near Traverse City Michigan where there near 0 colored people.

    • Replies: @Getaclue
  34. Michael Brown was 18 years old, Phil.

    Is it any wonder some think systemic racism exists?

    You could help by not encouraging them.

    Don’t get provoked. You’ll live longer and happier.

    • Troll: tyrone, GeneralRipper
    • Replies: @anon
    , @sayless
  35. @Jim Christian

    I read that one not too long ago. Its pretty scary and I believe that he is spot on with our current trajectory. We better think long and hard about what hill we are willing to die on and act upon it to make them reconsider the risk of what theyre attempting.

    • Agree: Jim Christian
  36. @Bill H.

    Murder is defined in law as “unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought.”

    Actually, he was charged with “Being the target of a year-long, billion dollar “news” media witchhunt — which requires that he be found guilty of something bad.”

    But to take the charges seriously just for the sake of argument: exact definitions vary by state, but premeditation/ malice aforethought is typically part of the definition for first degree murder.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/first_degree_murder

    The Chauvin show trial found him “guilty” of second degree murder. What’s that? Typically “The killing of another human being intentionally, but without premeditation.” Example:
    “Jim and Rob are walking in opposite directions down the street. Jim bumps into Rob and continues walking without apologizing. Rob gets angry, pulls out a gun and shoots Jim. Rob can be convicted of second degree murder as he had intentions to kill Jim, but it was not premeditated.”

    https://legaldictionary.net/second-degree-murder/

    OK, but the prosecution never contended — let alone proved — that Chauvin intended to overdose Floyd on fentanyl. [Nor did they ever attempt to claim that Chauvin intentionally crushed Floyd’s frail, tiny 230 lb Black body with the massive 150 lb weight of his “racism”]. So how did they come up with the bogus charge of “second degree murder?

    Apparently b using the concept of “felony murder.” If a death is caused by a separate felony that you committed, they can charge you with murder even in the absence of premeditation or intent. If you set a house on fire, and a firefighter is killed trying to put it out, they’re gonna charge you with murder, even though you weren’t trying to kill him.

    The sneaky thing here is that, no matter how you look at it, there is no separate felony — they claimed that it was “murder” because Chauvin was committing the felony of assault, therefore they didn’t need to prove that he intended for Floyd to overdose. Of course, if this “reasoning” was applied in all cases, it would completely eliminate the category of manslaughter, since they can just finesse the whole question of intent.

    • Agree: Redman
    • Replies: @RobinG
    , @Redman
  37. WE LOVES ALL COONS – JUS SAYIN – BRO

    • LOL: Based Lad
  38. TKK says:

    I have a special insight into both of these social groups: inmates and jurors because I have been working with them for over 20 years.

    You don’t want either one in your life.

    Liberals, the Left, the Democrats are living in this surreal ether Seseame Street land by pretending that people cannot be dangerous. The Elites know on some level- that’s why LeBron James has retired LAPD protecting him but publicly threatens police officers.

    Many people are critters. They will steal your wallet and then help you look for it, and that is the least of their misdeeds.

    Does the Sweat Slop Hog Mooore actually believe when he states to empty the prison that they are no people inside that would carve him up and skull f*ck him?

    Jurors are busybody know it alls who are bored and have nothing else to do. The people who want to be on your jury- you don’t want them.

    However, no jury member could convict Floyd without a death wish. A U.S. Senator and the President called for a not guilty. Who would protect you? The power of the state was against them.

    It’s hellish hot, but Florida is a sea of sanity right now. It might be best to pay $150K for a single wide in .23 acres and know that a pack of blacks don’t have the right to terrorize you and kill you.

  39. If there is a silver lining to any of this, it’s that the inevitable increase in number of black murder victims is going to come from the bottom of the barrel, innocent bystanders notwithstanding. It may take a couple of generations or maybe several, but killing off those with the highest propensity for violence may mean that they don’t get to reproduce, therefore successive generations of Blacks will be less violent. I’ve heard it said that this is why modern Scandinavians are far less violent than their Viking ancestors.

  40. TKK says:
    @bayviking

    Juries worry about which lawyer is most attractive, which lawyer made eye contact with them, how sexy the defendant is and if the Judge/ State will pay for their lunch.

    Go sit in a public criminal docket and be afraid.

    It’s a circus and the Judges are some of the biggest clowns.

    • Agree: Rich, Charon
    • Replies: @Poco
  41. Realist says:
    @USA1943

    How do we stop it?

    Excellent question…but you will get no workable answer from this blog. I have asked that question numerous times…and get just pissing and moaning.

    The electoral process is not the answer.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  42. Rich says:
    @aj54

    The move to create an enemy is about as foolish as they can make and shows a real inability to understand human nature. If Whites become “terrorists” by order of the government, many will actually follow through. And Whites don’t usually just rob sneakers, the government will create an army of Timothy McVeighs and the destruction will be huge. In N Ireland the Catholics, at about 40% of the population were able to cause a tremendous amount of damage and drain on resources for the Brits, and this in a tiny area. Imagine in a country the size of America? Someone in power has to realize how crazy this idea is. Or maybe not.

    • Replies: @martin_2
  43. S says:
    @Miro23

    A poisonous character like Michael Moore is either an opportunist, very scared or a useful idiot. He should also be aware that he is the wrong race – automatically a “white supremacist” suspect.

    A lot of the so called ‘progressive’/radical left sort, going back to the time of the French Revolution, seem to have had this very naieve and perverse romantic idea that they can unleash terrorism, wanton physical violence, and mass murder, to achieve their political objectives, without it having any potential negative effect upon their own lives.

    It doesn’t seem to occur to them that in so doing they run a very real risk themselves of winding up an unrecognizable corpse, buried in an unmarked mass grave Katyn style, with a bullet at the base of their skull, that was more than likely administered by one of their very own erstwhile friends, err, comrades.

    However, to give credit where credit is due, one of the more honest early progressives, Ida T Tarbell (1857-1944) did see the error of this mindset, and called it ‘childish’, and that the realization of this bit of wisdom was ‘the heaviest blow to my self confidence’.

    Below is what Ida Tarbell had to say about Madame Roland, a big time supporter of the French Revolution and its violence, but also, ultimately, one of its many victims.

    Are you listening Michael Moore…et al?

    What Tarbell discovered about Madame Roland changed her own worldview. She began the biography with admiration for Roland but grew disillusioned as she researched and learned more. Tarbell determined that Roland, who followed her husband’s lead, was not the independent thinker she had imagined and was complicit in creating an atmosphere where violence led to the Terror and her own execution.

    She wrote of Roland, “This woman had been one of the steadiest influences to violence, willing, even eager, to use this terrible revolutionary force, so bewildering and terrifying to me, to accomplish her ends, childishly believing herself and her friends strong enough to control it when they needed it no longer. The heaviest blow to my self-confidence so far was my loss of faith in revolution as a divine weapon. Not since I discovered the world not to have been made in six days…had I been so intellectually and spiritually upset.”

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ida_Tarbell

    • Thanks: Miro23
    • Replies: @Richard B
  44. Ross23 says:

    I think the message is clear if your young get out of the US there is no future there.

    The street punks will tear up the cities in a take a mile attitude, all while the police will look the other way in fear.

    Got an issue with your black neighbor or employee they just have to scream racist and your done. Your life will be in danger and you’ll be out of a job yourself.

    It’s the end of the US as we know it.

    • Agree: TKK, sayless, Charon
  45. As I’m sure has been mentioned in other comments already, one of the jur-orcs flexed his 85 IQ, bragging post-trial about falsely claiming no prior knowledge of Saint Floyd’s rotten family being handed millions by the dying city.

    Mistrial time!

    As for the rest, once the Party gets started for real, our side will discover the pressure of civil war and/or secession will be less than the pressure of waiting.

  46. Why doesn’t anyone in the media ask a simple question, why does such a small slice of the population, young black men, have so many confrontations with law enforcement!

    • Replies: @Marckus
  47. S says:
    @anarchyst

    All of Michael Moore’s “schlockumentaries” are “full of holes”, lies and fabrications.
    Michael Moore is not to be trusted.

    Moore ought to make at least one more schlokumentary, before he escapes this mortal coil, on the subject of the early woke autonomous zone known as Jonestown.

    He could call it Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid.

    He won’t, of course, though I’m sure many would go see it if he did

  48. annamaria says:
    @TKK

    The Apple/Google et al’s wealthy wokes have been relocating to Texas, Florida, and Virginia in droves – after making CA into a liberal paradise.
    In a healthy society, the geriatric harpies Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi would be put in a psychiatric ward already.

    • Agree: TKK
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    , @bayviking
  49. One of the black jurors stated publicly that he lied to get in the jury.

    He was a biased BLM activist who had already made up his mind that Chauvin was guilty. He knew before the trial began that he was going to vote to convict Chauvin. He may as well have phoned in his vote, instead of sitting through the trial pretending to mentally deliberate the evidence.

    This alone is grounds to declare the trial was compromised, and the results should be dismissed.

    Chauvin should get a new trial removed from Minneapolis. Jury selection should compose a jury of his peers, meaning a better type of juror.

    • Agree: By-tor
  50. Marckus says:
    @TKK

    TKK- great comment.

    When BLM/ ANTIFA were looting and burning to the encouragement of MSM and others, I got a great chuckle however when the hooligans got too close to their property.

    I guess at that point they lost their sense of humour.

    That Moore is such a vile pig. I think the day will come when the people letting the vampire out the box finds the vampire coming home to roost.

    With all the animals they plan to release from jail, it takes only another Charles Manson type incident at the home of some rich and famous bozo for them the howl on the other side of their mouths.

    • Thanks: TKK
    • Replies: @TKK
  51. I don’t disagree with any of Mr. Giraldi’s points. Yet as much as I dread woke world, and know at my age I won’t survive it, I still hate the GOP more. The Democrats want power and all the money power brings. The Republicans will settle on mere lobbying gigs, corporate donations, and appearances on CNN. Sniveltards the whole lot of them.

    • Agree: nokangaroos, Druid55
    • Replies: @tyrone
  52. From Michael Moore:

    “How many Black and Brown people are sitting in prison tonight because they were put there by the thousands of Derek Chauvins on our police forces? We must set them all free.”

    Hopefully in Moore’s neighborhood-which will then be fenced in.

    • Replies: @Anon
    , @Curmudgeon
    , @S
  53. Z-man says:

    Biden went one step further, asserting that “…we won’t ignore what our own intelligence agencies have determined – the most lethal terrorist threat to the homeland today is from white supremacist terrorism.”

    Funny, it’s like the 17 ‘intelligence agencies’ that were absolutely positively sure of Russian collusion in the ’16 election but couldn’t tell us how advanced North Koreas nuclear program was. Theater of the absurd.
    Oh BTW ugh you quoted that flatulent slob, hormonally challenged, stain on humanity Michael Moore too much.

  54. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @TKK

    It’s hellish hot, but Florida is a sea of sanity right now. It might be best to pay $150K for a single wide in .23 acres and know that a pack of blacks don’t have the right to terrorize you and kill you.

    Wut? Florida?? In the last Florida gubernatorial election, DeSantis, the former Navy lawyer and über Israel firster, barely defeated the drug-using black mayor of Tallahassee who was under federal investigation for corruption. It was DeSantis’ 49.6% to Gillum’s 49.2%. From that stat alone it’s clear Florida will be Democrat controlled and blue pretty soon.

    But hey, at least DeSantis pledged to be most pro-Israel governor in the United States and he’s keeping that promise!

    https://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/20190415/cerabino-governor-moves-florida-public-meeting-to-israel

    The Palm Beach Post

    Governor moves Florida public meeting to Israel

    Gov. Ron DeSantis has decided to hold a Florida public meeting in Israel next month.

    I guess when he said he was going to be the most pro-Israel governor in the United States, he wasn’t kidding.

    It’s rare, even for the most pandering of Florida elected officials, to suggest moving state meetings to foreign countries.

    DeSantis and the rest of the Florida Cabinet are going to Israel next month on a business development trip. And so the guv figured they could all just pop into the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem and conduct a public cabinet meeting — even though it’s 6,588 miles and seven time zones away from Tallahassee…

    Yeah, you can have Florida.

    • Agree: Orville H. Larson
    • Thanks: Trinity
  55. @Yukon Jack

    Americans have lost their collective minds. Imagine replacing those flags with any other flag in the world. The fact that most Americans will be aware that Israel is at the top of the list of countries that continuously spy on the US. Each one of those people above is a potential “Pollard”. It’s actually very telling how in the open their power in the US is.

  56. geokat62 says:

    The Shape of Things to Come

    … and things aren’t looking any brighter for real patriots across the pond.

    Telegram post by Laura Towler:

    We’re told there are 23,000 Islamic extremists in the UK and we don’t have the means to monitor them all. It took 16 officers to arrest Sam [Laura’s husband], question him and raid our home. 16 officers for some stickers. Remember that the next time a terrorist is “known to authorities” and they tell you they didn’t have the manpower to keep an eye on him.

    https://t.me/lauratowler/1710

  57. Brilliant article!

  58. @Caspar Von Everec

    Continually retreating is what got us here in the first place. The reset is a global scheme and as such, nomatter how much or how far you run, will catch up to you eventually. At some point, flight instinct must give way to fight. Our nation is a large one and the lack of response to those riots is due to locality not mentality. You seemingly forget the examples of blm/antifa getting chased out of towns that werent controlled by their globalist handlers. Theyve brainwashed many of our people into hating themselves but certainly not all., not even most., and I suspect that even those who are brainwashed will eventually give in to self preservation instincts as society crumbles around them. Some figure out reality sooner than others. Sometimes the red pill comes in the form of finding out your mother was robbed or your daughter raped. As these things become more commonplace and widespread, there will be pushback and it will be violent. The mouthpieces on the idiot box are creating an untenable situation for everyone. When they start getting their tongues cut out and mailed to their handlers., they might reconsider their profession of propaganda. I believe this is coming soon. People will only be pushed so far before they snap. Sociopaths will do what they are allowed to get away with. It is only a matter of time before the wrong person falls victim to the chaos theyre creating and that persons father, brother or uncle will react with shocking vengeance. All it takes is a few of these events to happen before it triggers a cascade of violence. This is human nature and you shouldnt run from it. We will have our chance.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  59. JKnecht says:

    Moore: fat windbag, who cares
    The end nowhere in site, but an “end” properly understood as the overturning of us by them.
    Barbarian-cities
    Crumbling from within
    Head for the hills.
    Elephant in the room gloating.

  60. @USA1943

    It seems that we are on the slippery slope to civil war, the people are arming themselves, gun and ammo sales are through the roof while the unelected farcical leaders have taken full control of the state after the leftist Biden (Obama?) coup. Green screen Biden says he wants gun control and the Jewish run media is spewing non-stop anti-white propaganda.

    BTW it was unintentional that my post was first, but it must of been serendiptous because I was reading metallicman site when I clicked into Unz and saw this article, so I posted the link because I said this is really good stuff that people need to understand that the current demonization of the majority is pre-genocidal rhetoric – which is why Russian Ambassador Lavrov publically commented on it:


    Russia Warns of Anti-White ‘Aggression’ in U.S.

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday warned that anti-white racism might be building in the United States and said that political correctness “taken to the extreme” would have lamentable consequences.

    • Thanks: Trinity
    • Replies: @Marckus
    , @Alden
    , @USA1943
    , @Anon
  61. @James Forrestal

    Everything you say about Floyd may be correct, but Chauvin was still a POS for his actions. Floyd should have been killed long ago for his violent behavior, so the world is a better place without him, but to give Chauvin a pass isn’t warranted.

    You have 4 cops, all armed, with one individual in cuffs laying on the ground and you have to put your knee on his torso? Could 4 cops not control anything a cuffed and prone individual could possibly do without what would otherwise be assault? Given your assertion that Floyd was in serious difficulties due to lung issues, does that not mean he’s already somewhat incapacitated and piling on by Chauvin wasn’t necessary?

    I would have acquitted Chauvin as there’s no PROOF he killed Floyd. What a medical examiner guesses at isn’t proof. However, what cops routinely do to anyone they encounter, not just blacks, is what many people are opposed to.

    Your average street cop isn’t a doctor, physicist or engineer that decided to ditch it all and become a cop. Cops are the losers in the society that can’t do anything else but become muscle for gov’t. These are the dregs of the society that have a license to do what the rest of us can’t and that means they’re on a constant power trip. Giving the low IQ in the society a gun, costume and badge to harass the citizenry hasn’t been a smart idea in decades and the constant incidents street cops get involved in show over decades that they’re many times the cause of escalations that could have been avoided.

    Street cops need to be done away with. Detectives and investigators are definitely needed and shouldn’t be included in any defund movement. The average person should be allowed to carry a weapon of choice to become his own street cops equivalent and that would quickly inform the criminal element that the justice system is no longer protecting them from the vengeance of their victims.

  62. Marckus says:
    @Richard Sampson

    Young black men these days rarely have the benefit of a father. It does not matter which part of the planet you find them, the behaviour is the same. Put aside the US for a moment.

    In the Islands, 2 out of 3 children do not know who their father is. However you will find many individual cases of Mothers with as many as 7+ kids each with different fathers who have long disappeared. Then, along comes another Bubba, he “loves” the 7 kids and the Mother, lives in her shack for free, takes away the little money she may have, impregnates her and moves on. If she has a daughter he may service and breed her as well. If any of them get uppity he will murder them.

    One black man who worked for me in South Africa told me he had 23 kids and with a laugh some he probably did not even know about. How did he support all of them ? Well he did not. Was he worried about their future? Their welfare ? NOOOOOOOOOO !

    Around 1985 I had a chat with a school principal who told me he had one black kid in his class who was troublesome at best. The Mother would not come into the school so he went to their home twice. Both times, in the middle of the day there were different men lounging at the apartment. Said Mother had 4 kids all with different black men. When he talked to the Social Worker he was told the Mother said she liked her men black and unprotected sex.

    Africa, the UK, Europe and of course the US, its all the same. No father, a mother overwhelmed with kids and a host of other resulting issues like drugs and alcohol.

    So, the lot are worthless and seek to demonstrate their worth by killing other blacks. From time to time they tangle with the Police and get killed. If they followed the instructions of the Police and were polite a lot of these problems would not occur. But they do not know how because they are ignorant.

    I have lived all over the world and been pulled over by black Policemen. Frequently, these fellow pack a side arm but are also armed with AK’s. I never had any problems with them. Blacks yap about racist white police. In a lot of the third world the black police will gun down another black without turning a hair.

    These are some of the problems. A friend of mine hooked me up with a newspaper published in Guyana. See http://www.kaieteurnews.com . With a population of 750,000 there are 2-4 murders a day. Since Covid started the country has had 300 deaths from “Covid” and over 1000 murders for the same period. Here are some of the motivations:

    -Woman tells boyfriend he cannot come to her sister’s birthday. He slaughters her.
    -One man kills another over a cell phone stabbing him with scissors
    -Two men get into an argument about who is the better dancer. One kills the other
    -One fellow picks a vegetable from a garden patch. The owner chops him into pieces
    -One fellow slits the throats of a mother and her two young children.

    That’s the black man for you wherever they are. Whites must keep their distance and if confronted by any of them, use maximum force. Otherwise you put your life at risk and that’s the truth.

    • Agree: Alden, Katrinka, Zarathustra
    • Thanks: Sick of Orcs, Curmudgeon
    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  63. There is this HUGE inflation vs deflation debate going on inside the investing community. Most people think we are going into high inflation at this point, lumber futures have soared and was trading over 1600 $/MBF yesterday but there are a few very sane and smart voices arguing that we could be facing deflation once the Covid supply disruption (like in lumber) is corrected.

    Here is a technology expert who argues that the Federal Reserve is making things worse by constantly increasing debt and wealth inequality, and he says in numerous videos that not only is deflation coming but potentially a civil war and draconian totalitarian government – and he makes a convincing argument that monetary policy is the root cause of genocide!

    The Fed’s Losing Battle with Deflation (w/ Jeff Booth)
    254,172 views
    •Mar 24, 2020

    • Agree: libertyordeath
    • Thanks: Z-man, Adam Smith
    • Replies: @bayviking
    , @RoatanBill
  64. bayviking says:
    @James Forrestal

    I’m white and I don’t hate white you presumptuous moron. I think we’ve had a great run in this country, with rare exception the upper hand in all matters concerning power. Chauvin is a product of the war on drugs, which targeted Nixon’s enemies, hippies and blacks. This is an incontrovertible fact.

    John Ehrlichman, a senior advisor to President Nixon, convicted for his role in the Watergate scandal, revealed during a 1994 interview with journalist Dan Baum that President Richard Nixon’s “war on drugs” was launched in 1971 to disrupt and harass Nixon’s anti-war critics and the black community.

    We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be either against the war or black, but by getting the public to associate the hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin. And then criminalizing both heavily, we could disrupt those communities,” Ehrlichman said. “We could arrest their leaders. raid their homes, break up their meetings, and vilify them night after night on the evening news. Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did.”

    https://www.cnn.com/2016/03/23/politics/john-ehrlichman-richard-nixon-drug-war-blacks-hippie/index.html

    So we live in a country which uses power to abuse certain classes of citizens based on their race and political leanings. Its always the left that feels the brunt of police power. When hippies and minorities rightly protested the Vietnam war and civil rights violations peacefully outside the Capital building, tens of thousands were thrown in jail. When Trump’s blind followers broke into the Capital breaking barricades, windows, doors and turning a few offices upside down most invaders were left alone while 250 were arrested later. Trump has clearly followed Nixon’s agenda. Its isn’t white conservatives who have anything to worry about. Oh no, Wall Street tycoons can snort all the coke they want without expecting to do any hard time. All you whiny white boys need to study harder, get a job, work harder and put that idiot orange sloth, you helped get elected, out of your minds.

    • Troll: Malla, 36 ulster
  65. Woke-ism is a form of insanity.

    When the insanity collapses, the islands of well armed white conservatives will be courted by the elite.

    Be ready for their siren songs.

    • Replies: @bayviking
  66. Trinity says:
    @Anonymous

    Nice hair on that old guy.

  67. Marckus says:
    @Yukon Jack

    I somehow dont think this is going to fly. Texas I see is about to pass open carry without a permit, I think Iowa is on the same track or has already done so etc etc. Blue states ? Who knows .

    Another thought: Will they for example go into all the Ghettoes and raid the tenements for guns ?

    Will the firearm manufacturers sit idly and see their industries crashed?

    Will citizens just opt to buy firearms illegally ?

    The flood of weapons flowing from Mexico and North will become a flood. Many citizens will come to the conclusion that better a stint in the big house for illegal possession than dead and/or family brutalized.

    I understand Mexico has a national ban on firearms. Yet even beaner on the Mex/ US border is armed to the teeth. Whenever the Gumment bans something it becomes more desirable. They never seem to understand this. I guess we have to wait and see.

  68. Trinity says:

    Michael Moore looks like that fat dude I sat next to once on the train that smelled like a mixture of body odor and fecal matter. The stench was unbelievable. Same type of build, same sort of face and hair and maybe the same ball cap. I am just glad the dude wasn’t wearing sandals or flops, he probably had those thick “yeller” toe nails that you need a hacksaw to trim.

    We had a guy that looked a bit like Moore on our ship nicknamed, “Spanky.” The guy reeked as well and made pig noises in his sleep. I kid you not. Glad I didn’t have to share the same cube with that guy. I think everyone has encountered a Michael Moore or two in their life. You know that dude has to reek. hehe.

    • LOL: Marckus
  69. Reaper says:
    @USA1943

    For years there are talks about the Second American Civil War.

    Be sure you have better odds, than we have in Europe, where there are not just different states, but countries with different languages, cultures, security forces.

    In 2020 spring-summer when they partly imported BLM/ other progressive actions and were demonstrations to ban police in different countries some of us were ready for fast reaction if any EU country would be stupid enought to disband police.
    Sadly none were stupid enought to create that utopia.
    If there are no police/ similar forces then nothing can defend antifa/ ultraliberals/ feminists/ other progressive worms from the purge.

    The problem is there are no reality for the whole EU to collapse at once and a cleaning civil war occur in it`s fall. There are far better chances in the USA for such.

  70. While I usually appreciate the articles you publish, I cannot take serious an article that starts with the following part of your thesis statement that is entirely wrong.

    the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely injure Floyd, . . . .

    The fact is, intent to kill or injure Floyd was never an element of the crime the prosecution had to prove in at least the two lesser counts on which he was convicted. I refer only to the two lesser charges about which I am certain.

    Indeed, the “intent” they established was that a person intends the natural consequences of his voluntary acts. Nobody forced Chauvin to do anything that he did to Floyd. Instead, everything he did, from forcing Floyd to place his head near the tailpipe so he inhaled CO to putting his knee on his chest and throat to interfere with his breathing until he died, were purely and entirely Chauvin’s voluntary acts. The prosecution proved it over and over again that those were entirely voluntary act on his part and that he therefore intended to do and that those intended acts harmed Floyd.

    The jury got it dead right.

    So having entirely struck out with your thesis statement, I am not bothering with the rest of your article.

  71. bayviking says:
    @beavertales

    So you think the country should be run by a bunch of well armed white rednecks with a fourth grade education. Look out America, here comes China.

    • Replies: @anonymous
  72. @Marckus

    Thank you for an informative post.

    It would be far cheaper in the long run to pay black women not to have kids before age 25 or older.

    Promote reduced sentences or cash incentives for every male orc who agrees to a vasectomy.

    • Replies: @Reaper
  73. RobinG says:
    @James Forrestal

    “Apparently b using the concept of “felony murder.” If a death is caused by a separate felony that you committed, they can charge you with murder even in the absence of premeditation or intent. “

    Yes, exactly. This is why the Police Chief perjured himself by saying that the restraint was not in MPD protocol. Huge lie, but they [the prosecution] needed him to jack up the charge to murder to satisfy the mob (and their own Woke agenda).

  74. Z-man says:
    @Anonymous

    Yes DeSantis, a Zionist boot licker of the 1st Order.

  75. @bayviking

    Granted even that the jury were reassured by the judge and ignored the
    looting and burning mobs (yeah, right); they sure as hell were not reassured about the
    psycho matterer ™ in their midst:

    https://www.rt.com/usa/522759-chauvin-juror-blm-activist/

    Non-swimmers should not be allowed on juries at all, the numbers say.
    Oh, and I watched the vid too – nothing Chauvin did would have fazed a healthy large felon (you´ll have to take my word re: creds in security and anatomy);
    two thirds of the “expert” witnesses lied through their teeth.
    All he´s guilty of is having the name of the villain in a Jamal Bond blaxploitation.
    (I might concede he was a bit harsher than absolutely necessary, but then it was the safest for all concerned – to include the Sainted).

    • Replies: @bayviking
  76. Chauvin may have been guilty of manslaughter but not murder. But the culture needed a scapegoat and Chauvin was “it”. This is normal in times of major cultural change. However, that does not mean that I agree that we ought to continue using the brutal tactics used by most American PDs to enforce laws (only on the non-rich). Other developed countries do not have such under-trained and not-very-bright police. If you look at comparable. You can look at the statistics from 2015. In England and Wales there were 56 million people and 55 were killed by police in 24 YEARS and in 2015 in a population of 316 million 55 were killed by cops in 24 DAYS–this is an absurd number. I’ve seen video after video that shows the cowardice, petty idiocy of police officers who shoot down people as casually as lighting a cigarette because they know, that up until recent years, the prosecutors, internal affairs officers, judges, depending on locality, will not prosecute them. I’ve seen cops unable to handle physical encounters I could have handled with my own limited martial arts skills at my age of 72. The same sorts of comparisons can be made with other countries. England also has racial problems and British lads are more likely to get into fist fights than gun fights so it’s not that people aren’t violent. We also have 5% of the worlds population and 22% of its prisoners. Yes, we are culturally more violent than other societies but the crime and policing problem is, in part, engineered. We have the worst medical, mental health, and social welfare system in the developed world. We are happy to have massive numbers of homeless people and people on the edge of homelessness and grinding poverty. Yes, many of these neglected people who are poor are functionally illiterate graduated out of corrupt schools systems with zero skills who find meaning and some sort of life on the criminal street which usually involve drugs. How do we change that? By demonizing people like Moore who at least have some ideas of solutions–don’t agree with them but what do you all have?

    Let’s be clear here–the fake left with its identity politics funded by corporate oligarchs is not “the left” as I try to point out time after time whenever I can. Any group that is pro-war, pro-Empire, pro-corporate, pro-globalist, and anti-labor (if you allow illegal immigration you are anti-labor since working condition and pay have eroded over the years) you cannot be called a left-wing group and the Democratic Party is not even remotely on the left–it lives to pad the pockets of the rich just as the RP does.

    Yes, at the moment we are facing an emergent totalitarian system based in the alliance of corporate elites, the intel community, military-industrial complex, media (old and new), entertainment, and the usual petty government officials and so on. Yes, they are using racial/identity politics to create the absurdity of “wokeness” to disempower lighter skinned citizens (except the rich). My hope is eventually people will see beyond racialism and tribalism and understand that the enemy within is not Jews, non-whites, or any number of scapegoats but the corporate oligarchs who run this country laughing all the way at the chumps chasing their own tails. There is a left and the left is against the current system and all people culturally left need to unite against the real enemies.

    • Agree: TheTrumanShow
  77. anon[161] • Disclaimer says:
    @Johnny Rico

    “Michael Brown was 18 years old, Phil.”

    What kind of a shit comment is that?

    Michael Brown punched a cop in the face and tried to take his gun. Being 18 is no excuse.

  78. geokat62 says:
    @The Old Philosopher

    Nobody forced Chauvin to do anything that he did to Floyd. Instead, everything he did… were purely and entirely Chauvin’s voluntary acts.

    Voluntary acts? You make it sound like cops can do whatever they feel like doing.

    Don’t police receive standard training on how to restrain someone who is trying to resist arrest. Wasn’t the knee on neck restraint procedure part of the Minneapolis PD’s standard training procedures? Didn’t DC follow those standard training procedures?

    IF it was determined that the standard training procedure contributed to GF’s death and society deems that particular procedure too extreme, shouldn’t that particular restraining procedure be removed from the Minneapolis PD’s standard training procedures… rather than convicting a cop for following them?

    • Agree: Curmudgeon, ChuckOrloski
    • Replies: @The Old Philosopher
  79. Malla says:

    There is an excellent post by Jim’s Blog

    https://blog.reaction.la/politics/left-political-singularity/
    Left political singularity

    [MORE]

    Basically the whole political climate of the West has been becoming soft Communist for some time now. And Leftism like Islamic fundamentalism or Hindutva will keep on purifying itself to prove to others that they are even more pure believers. Today’s leftists will become the Nazi’s of tomorrows Leftists and will be condemned, not leftist enough. They would be charged with being reactionaries as the ideology will keep on moving left and thus to hell. Many of the Old White men of centuries back being criticized today were the Whigs of their time, liberals.
    It is the same thing with Islamism, today’s hardcore Islamists will be considered by some new even more hardcore Islamists (or posturing as such) as being too soft, to kaffir, too degenerate, too sinful, as the movement moves towards a more purer form of fundamentalist Islam. Same thing with Hindutva, the earlier Congress was not Hindutva enough, the Indian National Congress were Hindutva for the likes of the Muslim League and lower caste leaders like Ambedkar but for the new Hindutvas they were traitors to the Hindu nation. The Chinese Nationalists were themselves quite anti-West but they were not anti West enough for the CCP. South Vietnamese leader Ngo Dinh Diem was anti-French, anti-colonialist (but very pro Catholic, forcefully imposing it on a Buddhist majority) and also anti-monarchist but he was “not revolutionary enough” for the North Vietnamese Viet Minh (who were very friendly to native Buddhists). Purification of anti-colonialism. Not anti-colonial enough. A kind of purification of ideology with time, and thus moving more towards more extreme ends. That is where the Western Left will move towards.
    Secondly the so called mainstream Right has also turned Leftist. The Leftards have won in history because their opponents wanted to show the world that they are not the “evul nazis” the left declared them to be.
    As Jim wrote in his blog listed above
    Left wing repression tends to make things lefter, which tends to worsen left wing repression.
    We see a similar wind up in the French Revolution. The King moves left, leftists, in particular Rousseau and Voltaire, do very well, so everyone moves left. Voltaire and Rousseau were repressed by the supposedly right wing authorities only enough to generate favorable publicity for their works. The old order was condemned by highly successful intellectuals who somehow wound up with lots of money and young women. Where were the defenders of the old order? Not even the King defended it.”
    …snip….
    ” King Louis the sixteenth however, told us that the King “must always consult public opinion; it is never wrong”. Well if the King himself says that, who is going to deny it? When the King himself will not defend the Royal prerogative, who would? And thus under Louis the sixteenth, an ever leftwards process was set in motion, culminating with the red terror in 1795.”

    Bloody Shovel blog (spandel) has written something about this phenomenon of the enemies of the Left sucking up to the left believing that it would satisfy them. THEY ARE NEVER SATISFIED.
    He writes
    “So what happened back in Russia? Us reactionaries tend to think than in the old imperial/monarchical days, leftist scum was treated like it deserved, and their demagogic propaganda was not spread with impunity as today. Well, wrong. There was a massive stupor all around the capital, so big the impact was that the new Tsar and his wife went to hospitals to attend the wounded! And the oh so compassionate Tsar Nicolas declined to attend a party in his honour hosted by the French ambassador. Better brains than his told him that you don’t decline France’s hospitality to mourn for some peasants, and in the end he did attend the party.
    Despite the government giving big sums of money to the families of the dead, the fact that the Tsar of all Russias dared to attend a diplomatic ball instead of crying the death of his subjects caused a wave of indignation, with the intelligentsia claiming that he would die an early death because of it.
    This is in the, we are told today, dark and spooky totalitarian monarchy of Tsarist Russia, where the Tsar had absolute power, unlike the enlightened democracies of the West. Well, absolute my ass. It seems to be the Tsarist authorities were no more absolutist, or rightist, than Bush Jr. That is, they were fake monarchists who caved to all leftist pressure, playing the leftists game. And they lost, of course.
    Both Tzar Nicholaus II and King Louis XVI were softies, too nice to their enemies, tried to see things from their enemies perspective and being sympathetic to them. They got killed by their ruthless enemies. They were seen as weak and their enemies went in for the kill like predators.
    That is why the mainstream Right in the West is bound to lose. The cuckservatives are of course controlled opposition but anyways they pander to the left too much. General Franco did not pander to the Left in the Spanish civil war, he was not ashamed of his nationalism and the Globalist Leftards were crushed.

    • Agree: Miro23
    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  80. Marckus says:
    @ruralguy

    Michael Moore is what one would call a white nigger. Like Al, Jesse, Louis and the BLM Elite, he has found a way to pimp the rabble.

    A lot of other well to do blacks suffer from the same affliction. They tell their own how difficult it is for them to get ahead, what a racist society this is, while they themselves are incredibly rich and got so “in this racist society”.

    Once the black man lifts himself up his first order of the day is to move into a white hood. The Chimps he left behind are forgotten. The fellow does not want to be reminded of them or the slum he grew up in. HE is because others AREN’T and they aren’t because he told them they could never be. Mikey is cut from the same piece of shit except he is white.

    The worse enemy of the black man is other blacks. These idiots however, think that Whitey jumps out of bed every morning and while having his coffee, thinks about ways to fuck with them.

    The fact is we don’t really care and the best place for them is in their own area where they can wallow in self misery. Oh, I forgot they are already mostly there and in their self inflicted rage ruin their own areas and homes and torch the businesses that employ their own.

    Somebody has to be at the bottom and they have not only volunteered for this position, they fight for it. Contrary to the rubbish they expound and believe, whites don’t have to do anything to keep them down. Their own does it to them and they do it to themselves.

    • Agree: Druid
    • Replies: @36 ulster
  81. @Ghali

    in your opinion what Chauvin had to do to prove he is guilty of the crime he committed?

    Chauvin didn’t have to do anything. The legal principle is Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat or he who asserts must prove. Tho onus was on the prosecution to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that its accusations are correct. His defense lawyer, on cross examination, easily proved reasonable doubt in the prosecution narrative, that kept changing. The fact that it kept changing was, in itself, reasonable doubt.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  82. SafeNow says:

    It all depends upon the outcome of DeSantis’s program vs. the Justice Department’s efforts to stop it. If DeSantis prevails, then he will be joined by governors who emulate it. The result will be a de facto secession of red states. Of course, saying “the Justice Department” ultimately means “the Supreme Court.” Will the USSC rule that federal control of local police and criminal procedure is constitutional? I hate to be cynical, but I believe that the justices will so rule, for the obvious reason.

  83. @Malla

    Thanks for the link.
    I think the only flaw in the argument is for example, “consulting” public opinion. Consultation is merely seeking opinion, not a veto on a decision. Those consulted may not have all of the relevant facts for the “big picture”. The problem lies in consulting in the first place, because it raises expectations which may become fatal if the consultation is ignored.
    Consultants are those who ask to borrow your watch to tell you the time of day.

    • Agree: Malla
  84. Chauvin was convicted of three offenses. Any one offense if true, negates the truth of the other two.

  85. @Yukon Jack

    Very sad, almost impossible situation, but white liberal Christians allowed it to happen. Millions are even cheering it on today. Don’t blame it all on the Jews, they do what they always do.

    • Replies: @Charon
  86. Anon[633] • Disclaimer says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    pull enforcement back in his local. Then watch him scream for enforcement.

  87. Anonymous[735] • Disclaimer says:
    @The Old Philosopher

    George Floyd was an out of shape, drug addicted, criminally minded, absentee father.

    I bet he was high on drugs everyday for years.

    If he was in decent shape, what Chauvin did would not have killed him.

    It’s Floyd fault for being put in that position. If he only cooperated he would still be alive. Maybe not.

    Chauvin doesn’t deserve jail time. Job loss would make sense.

    The misplaced sympathy of Americans is startling. You are willing to forgive someone who wouldn’t hesitate to slice your throat for a few bucks but won’t support a guy doing a tough job dealing with the dregs of society. It’s moronic.

    • Agree: Charon
  88. bayviking says:
    @nokangaroos

    OK, so now, if you’re not healthy, its OK to kill you. A man is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, something the police forget all too often. Anybody can end up with a counterfeit bill. Maybe he knew what he was trying to pass and maybe he didn’t. It is the police’s job to arrest suspects, but never up to the police to convict or kill anyone.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  89. @JoaoAlfaiate

    The correct answer is none. Cops arrest people on suspicion. The prosecutors decide whether a case is tried. The prosecutors have their own investigators as well. There are times the police investigators and the prosecution investigators don’t agree.
    Moore has an annoying habit of identifying a real problem, generally speaking, but most often misunderstanding why the problem exists.

  90. Here in my one party, one gender, rainbow caliphate state of Mexifornia, loser recalled Governor Newsom Stalin is releasing tens of thousands of criminal prisoners back on the streets. It’s not enough that Mexifornia is a sanctuary state that protects millions of illegals, drug cartel financed gangbanggers, systemic reverse discrimination against whites, critical race Theory targeting whites, ad nauseam, everywhere you turn we are invaded by Asians, militant BLM black hoodrats, woke leftist business owners, CultMarx zombies, LGBTIQPWXYZ perverts and brain dead government leeches have turned a once beautiful state into the most beautiful shithole the world has ever known.

    https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2021-05-01/76-000-california-inmates-now-eligible-for-earlier-releases

    • Replies: @Katrinka
  91. Alden says:
    @Anonymous

    I think De Santis plans to run for President in 2024. That’s why he is ending covid restrictions in Florida. Soon he’ll be the hero of the anti maskers who just want to get back to normal. And tourism too.

  92. @The Old Philosopher

    Sure thing boomer, let’s make sure that while blacks can lie and steal all they want, the White man should just shut up and follow the rules because justice.

    Can’t we recognize that both cops and blacks are a menace to society?

    • Agree: nokangaroos
  93. @Curmudgeon

    As Officer Chauvin’s guilt had been pre-ordained, he should have at least testified as to the reasons for his actions that fateful day. Even if his attorney had advised against it (which he no doubt did), Chauvin, as a long-time policeman, surely had considerable experience testifying for the prosecution in other cases, could have overruled him and testified anyway. What did he have to lose under cross examination? Juries are told by the judge not to base their decision on whether the defendant testified or not, but it’s human nature to wonder why the defendant chose to remain silent when his life is on the line.

    • Replies: @Charon
  94. anon[148] • Disclaimer says:

    When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained.

    Mark Twain

  95. Alden says:
    @Yukon Jack

    Feinstein’s began carrying a gun around 1960 when she was appointed to the California state parole board by governor Pat Brown. Maybe not anymore because of arthritis, shaky hands and poor eye sight

    Guns for me but not for thee.

  96. Agent76 says:

    APRIL 15, 2021 No-Knock Warrants Leave Trail of Terror, Property Damage, and Deaths

    As protests spread across the U.S. after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police in May 2020, another police killing two months earlier in Kentucky gained notoriety – that of Breonna Taylor.

    https://www.criminallegalnews.org/news/2021/apr/15/no-knock-warrants-leave-trail-terror-property-damage-and-deaths/

    Apr 21, 2021 181 Black people killed by the police since George Floyd’s murder

    181 Black people have been killed by the police in the US since George Floyd’s murder in May 2020, according to data by Mapping Police Violence.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Bill Jones
  97. anon[265] • Disclaimer says:

    Is this really the hill you want to die on? Is the spirit of America actually armed professional assholes who push you around and read the numerals on your inspection sticker for you, with crooked unions that recycle the fuckups, psychos, chomos, and cannibals, unions run by raging pedo cherry-poppers, as in Boston? Get a grip on yourself.

    What would happen if you kneeled on a cop’s head, and he was jacked up on Primo roids and he dropped dead? You would get a traditional American bullshit show trial, of course. Equal justice under law, bitchez!

    Phil. You worked in places that would make these assholes wet their pants. Did you carry a gun everywhere? The question answers itself. These pigs are whining pussy cowards. We did fine with hue & cry.

    Fuck these tax parasites, zero out their pensions like every other prole, and prosecute and imprison the scumbags who do shit like this to helpless restrained victims,

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-04-28/us-cop-accused-of-hurting-dementia-patients-shoulder/100099406

    • Replies: @Jim Christian
  98. Icy Blast says:
    @bayviking

    That’s funny. Black humor and irony are all we have left.

  99. Reaper says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    “It would be far cheaper in the long run to pay black women not to have kids before age 25 or older. ”

    That is in motion:
    Called education and equality, called human/ women rights.
    When they sent them to collage/ university, liberal and feminist groups, educated about rights/ get programs specialised for females, bombarded with lgbtq propaganda this happens: they do not multiply that easily.

    Progressives already done it with white females, only a matter of time it will devour black females in western countries, for migrants 2. or 3. generation suitable for effect.

    So for this plan needs nothing to do: just sit on a couch and ultraliberal-feminist-woke will take good care for this to happen.

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  100. @Caspar Von Everec

    If a kang is killed by the cops, a hundred nignogs will march on the street within an hour. When a black thug marches into a white neighborhood chasing and harrassing a girl, no one comes out. Only one army segeant came out to defend her and when the mob assembled to hunt him down, not one neighbor came out in his defense.

    Well stated. The very essence of our problem.

    • Thanks: Katrinka
  101. This is the perfect example of someone you like is 100% not always right.

    moore was spot on why white america voted for trump.

    He is 100% just another bitch, cog on the racial front.

    That is why the ability to parse bullshit like this is so important.

  102. Anon[307] • Disclaimer says:

    America, I am told repeatedly, is a Christian nation. Christians believe deeply in faith and in self-sacrifice. They take TV news on faith, voting machines on faith, unionized government school teachers on faith, and they sacrifice themselves to the extortion racket called The I.R.S. and the counterfeiting racket called The Federal Reserve Bank and the slavery racket called Selective Service.

    They are now reaping the holy rewards of faith and self-sacrifice. Where’s the problem?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  103. Katrinka says:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    I left California back in 1979. You must like it there or you would leave. Face it, California has no where to go but down.

  104. SafeNow says:
    @RoatanBill

    “Your average street cop isn’t a doctor, physicist or engineer that decided to ditch it all and become a cop.”

    True — an important point. But what about their superior officers? Shouldn’t there be a recognition that these non-doctors need more “reminder” training? I think it’s telling that police on average visit the gun range only two or three times a year. When an athlete loses it, and explodes, I often blame the coach for lack of training. Admiral King, the s.o.b. navy leader of WWII, once said “I have to kick ass every six weeks, or they slack off.” So I guess I am not singling-out cops — many people need to get their ass kicked with repeat training.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  105. anonymous[202] • Disclaimer says:
    @bayviking

    Reductio ad absurdum is a sure-fire losing argument.

  106. Rich says:
    @Agent76

    Only 181? Guess the police have been showing great restraint. Now, imagine if they were really trying? Next time one negro starts stabbing another, I’d recommend staying around the block, until the crowd clears. If that sharpshooter in Ohio had done that, you’d only have 180.

  107. @The Alarmist

    The media are correct in as much as the US being drenched by system racism. If the systemic looting of Whites for the benefit of blacks doesn’t meet that definition, what does?

  108. Who would have thought an obese slob pandering for his (((Woke))) masters would have any credibility. Today (((chaos))) sells, and the target now are “white Supremacists aka domestic terrorists” and guns, their only defense against the dark hoards unleashed to replace them.

    Until there’s an alternative media network deeply funded to fight back against (((Jewnopolies))), they will always control the narrative.

  109. @Ghali

    Politics aside, when Chauvin knelt on (devil’s or saint’s neck) he did it for an extraordinarily long time. Put this to a test, would you like to submit to it?

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  110. martin_2 says:
    @Rich

    In the year 2000, in the UK, the lorry drivers went on strike (over something as mundane as the price of diesel) and within three days the country was at a standstill because petrol became unavailable.

    We had (and still do have) no end of student and left wing marches and demonstrations that had no impact, but these unsexy working men were so critical to the smooth running of the economy that they had only to flex their muscles, as it were, for a state of emergency to be declared.

    This is the way to go, surely. Play to one’s strengths. The IRA bombing campaign against working people achieved absolutely nothing.

  111. @SafeNow

    Once the street cop is in the field, their superiors don’t matter. The whole policing thing is a giant scam as no cop can possibly protect a citizen being accosted by some miscreant as they aren’t standing next to the victim at the time of the attack. The whole idea of street police is stupid beyond words.

    The people that become street cops would be the criminals in other circumstances. These are people with no other skills or educational merit that the gov’t hires to subdue the citizenry. Street cops are there to protect their political masters – the ones that sign their paychecks. They’re absolutely useless in fighting crime as the entire criminal justice system has no intention of fighting crime or subduing criminals. That is evidenced by the recidivist statistics where the gov’t captures a murder, rapist, kidnapper, etc houses them for a few years at the public’s expense and then lets them loose to once again commit crimes. Wash, rinse, repeat.

    Any training street cops get reflects the gov’t intention of using them to fleece the citizenry (traffic tickets, fines, etc) while preventing the citizenry from enforcing their natural right of self protection by sending out the police thugs to make sure there are ample victims for criminals to molest. Anyone seriously looking at what street cops actually do on a day to day basis must conclude they are the enforcement arm for the exemplary criminals in the society – the political class.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
    • Thanks: SafeNow
  112. I would like to point out for consideration that there is really only a single set of options left at this point if the historical Americans want to remain in control of the country their ancestors built, let alone survive the coming ethnic cleansing purge in retribution for what all of Amalek is blamed. And with every single passing day even that window of opportunities is closing that may allow reversal, or even just arresting the degeneration, if that is even possible anymore. How do you stop something with so much momentum and mass.

    Is this the equivalent of the Spanish takeover and plunder of the Americas, even featuring viruses and pillaging of Americans on center stage? It sure seems so, a global genocide and ethnic cleansing campaign against all people of European origin, even in their homelands where their own cultures are being eradicated.

    I welcome anyone to explain to me how I’m wrong.

    Reality is that the USA is already minority “white” when you control for all the self-hating liberals and the servile “evangelicals” and the goofy boomer mind type people. There are maybe 10% tops that are actually healthy minded and level headed, rational and down to earth self-respecting European people left in the USA … conservatively .… now being flooded and overrun by invaders and attackers from all angels.

    I don’t think people are quite understanding how dire things seem when objectively viewed. A reorganization, or even just organization is called for to figure out how to proceed and come together and unify against the onslaught as a phalanx, instead of scattered all about; picked off one at a time, little by little.

  113. @bayviking

    😀 If you are already half dead don´t go felonatin´is the rule (very obscure indeed).
    Popo ain´t paid to pamper you* or they´d be called such.
    – Anybody can end up with a counterfeit bill but refusal to return the merch after being made aware makes it strong-arm robbery; police are not there to judge, only to secure you so you can be processed further.
    Do not resist – you really shouldn´t need Chris Rock to tell you that.

    *The question whether Chauvin should have administered naloxone was not raised –
    EMS saw no need either and the fentanyl alone probably was not enough to kill.
    However you turn it it´s a deeply unfortunate case with no real culpability but it has already dwarfed Rodney King and Ferguson.
    Support your local sheriff – you are going to need him.

    • LOL: follyofwar
  114. @martin_2

    Whites won’t be majorities in those professions in a decade or so. Truck driving is very Mestizo and Somali now. Whites will either be ascended into the international mid-level managerial class or tripping out on UBI-financed fentanyl in a TN trailer park.

  115. KenH says:

    nor could they demonstrate that any racial bias was behind what had developed after Floyd resisted arrest.

    That’s why the prosecution never even raised the issue of police racism because there was absolutely no evidence that race played a part in George Floyd’s treatment and the officers involved were a rainbow coalition. Chauvin knew he was on video and the reason he didn’t look worried is because he was following department rules on use of force, so he had nothing to hide.

    I wonder when fat clown Michael Moore will acknowledge all the brutal black on white crimes or the fact that a 5yr old white boy was thrown off a third floor balcony at MOA by a savage black man?

    Biden wants to have private companies defecate all over the Constitution by spying on dissidents so they can dox them and place some on the no-fly list. This truly is a rogue and criminal regime and the potted plant Republicans are their usual worthless selves and provide very little opposition.

  116. tyrone says:
    @Address

    “If a “pandemic” cannot overcome political and demographic divisions and bring a nation together, then what can?”…….an engineered virus, perfectly timed release …..a pandemic that worsens demographic divisions as planned….destroys economies….. welcome to the new improved marxist revolution.

    • Agree: Adam Smith
  117. “One BLM leader has called for white homeowners to surrender their homes as reparations, which may be what Moore has in mind.” Would anyone here shed a tear for Moore if BLM came for him and his belongings? Militarized police is a problem. Derek Chauvin is being scapegoated for police policies of the white elite. Who decides policy? The rich white elite. Do they want to be taxed to help their poor brown brothers? No, they are trying to get out of what little taxation they do have. Antifa is their tool to terrorize and divide the population. We need to educate our brown brothers on who their real enemy is! Teach them where the rich white people are. Someone should create an app for them to help them locate their reparations in wealthy New York neighborhoods, in the suburbs of Maryland and Northern Virginia.

  118. USA1943 says:
    @Yukon Jack

    Did you delete the What Progressive Liberals have in store for Conservatives article?

  119. @Agent76

    How many White people?

    • Thanks: Charon
  120. Rich says:
    @martin_2

    A truck drivers strike would never happen in the US because of the diversity of drivers and the fact that many own their own rigs. If the big companies had problems getting drivers, the government would let them import more.

    Angry, despised Whites, acting as lone wolves or in small groups could wreak untold destruction on the infrastructure and economy. It’s a serious danger that foolish, pencil-necked bureaucrats haven’t considered.

    I’ve been told by people from Ulster that the main results of iRA bombings were that the British government poured millions of pounds into the region, providing better housing, education and employment opportunities for the Catholic portion of the population.

    • Replies: @Sin City Milla
  121. @anarchyst

    I would have to agree with your general observation regarding Michael Moore.

    My wife and I saw his last film just about 2 months ago. And for the life of me I cannot remember the film’s title. Initially, we were quite impressed, not realizing that the film was designed to pull at one’s emotions while completely ignoring the intellectual side of what he was presenting.

    Once we finished watching the film, I had an odd feeling that not all was as was displayed. Sure enough, a little research the next day confirmed my feelings as one of the basic premises of the film, an interview with a doctor, was debunked quite effectively. And I believe even the doctor herself came out and said that what was presented was completely inaccurate.

    This being said, I would have to disagree with your assessments on Cuban Health Care. Cuban medicine is not all that hi-tech to begin with, though it does have aspects of this capability. Instead, Cuban medicine is highly focused on natural, preventive care for which it is known internationally. Even its treatment regimens for illnesses are primarily performed from a naturalist perspective.

    With this in mind, here are two links, which describe Cuban medical care, one form a doctor who trained there and who backs up what other student doctors have said regarding Cuban medical care…

    >>>
    https://cubaplatform.org/healthcare

    https://theconversation.com/is-the-cuban-healthcare-system-really-as-great-as-people-claim-69526
    <<<

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  122. @Anonymous

    If he was in decent shape, what Chauvin did would not have killed him.

    He took so much fentanyl he was doomed. When he died he probably stopped absorbing it so the toxicology report would be low. I do question the wisdom of making such an arrest for a whiney shopkeeper that put his own employee in harms way to confront Floyd.

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
  123. Perhaps it is time to reinstate literacy tests.

  124. turtle says:

    Minneapolis gave the Floyd family a “historic” $27 million wrongful death settlement

    Wonder if there will be any followup from the MSM as to how the Floyd family spends the money…
    Don’t hold your breath.

  125. “And above all it is about the direction our country is going in. If the people do not wake up to this the United States of America will soon be gone, gone, gone.”

    Perhaps, it’s gone already.

  126. Trinity says:

    Relax everyone I see good ole Mike Pence was headlining a recent (((GOP))) fund raiser.

    Good ole Mike Pence and the republicans will set America back on the right course.

    The Grand Old Party just need$ a little ca$h to get the ball rolling. They will do something this time around. Just give them a chance. hahaha.

    • LOL: freedom-cat, One-off
  127. To understand what is being done to America, read the Protocols of Zion, the 10 planks of the communist manifesto, the book The Committee of 300 by John Coleman and UN Agenda 2030.

    • Replies: @36 ulster
  128. It appears that people in powerful places are doing to White Americans what was done in South Africa. There is no denying it, although if you point this out you’re a racist and may lose your job or worse for saying so.

  129. Thomasina says:
    @James Forrestal

    Thanks for the great synopsis. If this wasn’t all a complete set-up, then I agree.

    But the fact that Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s “neck area” for nine minutes while posing for the cameras, and with the crowd yelling for him to get off Floyd, makes me seriously wonder whether this wasn’t all staged. Kind of like Epstein’s apparent suicide (where the cameras apparently malfunctioned for the night) or the January 6th “insurrection”. Floyd wasn’t moving, so it was completely unnecessary for Chauvin to continue squatting, and yet he did. The cameras were rolling.

    If it was a staged event, then it worked, didn’t it? It got the Black/White liberal voters all riled up and, even better, got all of us debating whether Floyd died from asphyxiation or from fentanyl.

    Chauvin’s defense counsel appeared to do a good job at first glance, but on further review it appears he neglected to bring up some very important information. Why? Why would a defense counsel do this?

    If it was all staged and set up, then I predict that on appeal Chauvin will be successful. Meanwhile, the damage has been done, exactly what the elites wanted. Black man good; White man bad.

  130. @Rev. Spooner

    … Chauvin knelt on (devil’s or saint’s neck) he did it for an extraordinarily long time.

    I find it curious – perhaps revealing about the predetermined mindset of many people leaping into these forums – that virtually no-one considers the video evidence presented by Chauvin’s defence team.

    Not the mobile phone video which was broadcast all over the world showing Chavin’s knee on Floyd’s neck as Floyd cried out “I can’t breathe”. No, another video taken at the same time from a different position, which clearly showed that Chauvin’s knee was on Floyd’s shoulder, not his neck. Of course, that’s pure sacrilege to the Saint Floyd narrative, so it hasn’t seen the light of day anywhere in the mainstream, but only in the courtroom, where it’s been safely been ignored by the jury and consigned to oblivion to make way for the “right” verdict.

    Incidentally, other video evidence showed Floyd saying “I can’t breathe” while sitting in the back of the cop car, before he was placed on the ground. Fentanyl does that to a person, apparently – an overdose stops the victim from breathing. Obviously inadmissable to the victim narrative which has dominated the Saint Floyd hysteria.

  131. anonymous[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @bayviking

    bayviking?

    Oy vey, such cleverness and so smart. Who’d ever guess you’re a troll? Speak some viking for us. Next time, how about “seacowboy”?

    • LOL: Angharad
    • Replies: @Trinity
  132. TKK says:
    @Marckus

    I know I beat this issue into the ground, but if you are interested , look what it has done to home prices.

    Even people who PUT THE BLACK SQUARE ON THEIR GRAM! thus showing BLM loyalty- disgusting- they are fleeing those cities where BLM got to play anarchists with no consequences.

    No sane person wants to live in mayhem.

    Creating the perfect storm- elites who can now work remotely permanently…so they are leaving and coming to places, snatching up the homes from the working class.

    Those little affordable homes…the ones you could buy without a mortgage and redo on your weekends- this is over. It’s more indentured servitude with a mortgage and that’s if you can get one now, with their new crazy underwriting guidelines…all dictated by Fannie and Freddie Mac.

    This an economic disaster. A treated sheet of plywood is $75 and up.

    They have us at every angle.

  133. TKK says:
    @Anonymous

    I was just thinking about the Governor’s new anti-riot laws and no more masks.

    But I can’t deny your strong evidence.

    I am running out of suggestions….Montana? Wyoming? Alaska?

    It is so overpriced there.

    Do you know what is so sad.. that little idea of going off to a small cabin in the woods?

    That is a pipe dream now. It is heartbreaking. That little cabin in the woods is a myth now. I have done the leg work.

    Best I can tell is Arkansas Ozarks has some deep woods priced cheap.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  134. @martin_2

    To your excellent suggestion of striking I would also suggest that, since nearly every American institution is corrupted with anti-White anti-Christian wokeness, one or two vulnerable and effective targets be chosen for a boycott. If one small economic victory is achieved then maybe it can be parlayed into 2, then 4.

    • Replies: @martin_2
  135. anarchyst says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    I must respectfully disagree with you on the state of Cuban “healthcare”. There IS a two-tier system, the upper tier reserved for communist party officials and foreigners and the lower tier for the average Cuban citizen. From lengthy conversations with Cuban expats, every one stated that the lower level of Cuban “healthcare” requires patient’s families to bring necessities with them, such as bandages, sheets and pillows and other accoutrements that should be supplied by the “health system”. In addition, certain drugs are not available in the lower tier, but are reserved for the higher tier.

  136. HT says:

    How America turned into a real life version of the novel 1984.

  137. @Ghali

    Mr Giraldi, in your opinion what Chauvin had to do [sic] to prove he is guilty of the crime he committed? Is there more criminal act [sic] than taken [sic] the life of a human being?

    Here’s the real tragedy: if only individuals as ignorant and stupid as you could understand how ignorant and stupid you are, then you would not pollute the world with your ignorance and stupidity. But, alas, you and others of your ilk are so stupid and ignorant as to think you are something other than stupid and ignorant. It’s a more potent catch than the one in Joseph Heller’s novel.

    For the record: Chauvin did not kill the melanistic hominid; the melanistic hominid killed itself by taking fentanyl.

  138. anarchyst says:
    @Thomasina

    There may be more to the Chauvin / Floyd story…
    Chauvin and Floyd knew each other well, both working as “bouncers” at a local nightclub.
    It is very possible that Floyd was going to “drop a dime” on Chauvin’s involvement in the “drug trade”.
    It is not uncommon for police officers to “dabble” in the “drug trade” as it is a source of extra income. Who is going to search a police officer for illegal drugs?

    • Replies: @Thomasina
  139. And look at who these democrats often are.. And just look at who the morons in the DNC support–people who are not just overweight but grossly obese, people who are not just independent and a bit off but people who are outright nuts in what they support. I’m never going to personally be convinced that there are this many stupid Americans, that Joe Biden was legitimately voted for President. We have had some debate on the Unz Review over the moon landings. I would sooner believe that they were faked then believe Biden was legitimately elected as President.

  140. @Anonymous

    He’s still the best state governor in the US and certainly one of the best politicians in any office. That’s not because he’s perfect—indeed, his pandering to anti-Christians is repugnant—but because the US is such a corrupt, batshit-crazy cesspool.

  141. When I was in high school many moons ago, a guy like Michael Moore, would have been simply ignored at best and beat up at worse…lol

  142. Trinity says:
    @anonymous

    Agreed. (((bayviking))) it is. He must be the (((Chinaman’s))) cousin.

  143. @RoatanBill

    “Street cops need to be done away with.”

    Weird to find such a stupid, batshit-crazy sentence in an otherwise sensible post. How can you fail to understand street cops are a necessary evil? That would be true even in a civilized (i.e., all-White) society, but it’s a thousand-fold true in a “diverse” shithole like the US. It’s just insane to expect women, children, the elderly, and the feeble to carry guns with which to defend themselves from street thugs. There would be so much violent crime that your detectives and investigators would be overwhelmed.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  144. @Thomasina

    Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s neck because he finally had him under control and was waiting for the EMT’s to arrive.
    Chauvin would have been better served merely using whatever force was necessary to get him into the car- visibly still alive on the videos and then unloading the corpse back at the office.
    Chauvin will do forty years, if he lives that long, because he called for medical assistance for the criminal.

    In the unlikely event that any White Minnesota cop ever again arrests a black, their medical care will not be the highest priority.

    • Agree: Getaclue
    • Replies: @Alden
  145. S says:

    People in the United States for many decades now have been being pre-conditioned (ie ‘brainwashed’) to embrace wokedom by a massive corporate media campaign. [See Robert J Lifton’s 1962 book The Psychology of Totalism for the specific techniques used.]

    In that light, Mr Giraldi has picked a very apt title for this thread.

    For it was the British establishment writer HG Well’s 1933 book by that same name, and the 1936 UK movie (Things to Come) based upon it, which similarly were used then by the corporate mass media to pre-condition people to embrace WWII.

    [MORE]

    According to Well’s book, WWII would kick off in January, 1940, due to the dispute between Germany and Poland over Danzig, and in time would expand to involve Japan and the United States fighting each other as well.

    [At least two other movies besides also ‘forecast’ WWII starting specifically in 1940. One was the UK’s 1929 High Treason, also having the world war start over a border dispute, and the other the US made 1933 movie Men Must Fight, which presents ‘the enemy’ as being Japan, Germany, and Italy as an ‘East Asian’ conglomerate.]

    One might balk at the idea of there being such a thing as powerful cabal(s) in existance which work through secret societys to influence the public’s mind via the corporate mass media and a barely hidden at times power of suggestion.

    Indeed, it’s wise to be skeptical as there is a lot of craziness out there.

    A person ought to do there own cautious research on this matter and decide for themselves, though I might suggest to at least be sure to watch the 1936 movie Things to Come freely available on Youtube, whose central character/hero by the literal sirname of ‘Cabal’ speaks of a ‘Freemasonry of science’ which is to be mankind’s ultimate salvation.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Shape_of_Things_to_Come

  146. @Ray Caruso

    Are women getting raped now? Are children being abducted now? Are the elderly being attacked now? We have cops now. Where is their protection?

    You’re making an assumption that has no logical basis. No one is expecting women, children and the elderly to protect themselves from mostly male criminals. What can be expected is for the decent males in the society, which far outnumber the criminal element, to protect the weaker members – their wives, children and parents along with their neighbors.

    Consider – New York City has 65,000 cops, most of them street cops. There are at least 500,000 adult men that could carry a weapon if the law allowed. I suspect a large percentage would carry some form of weapon for self preservation if for no other reason. I carried a pistol in New York in my late teens and early 20’s to protect myself from the savages that infested the areas where I attended high school (Brooklyn Tech) and college (Brooklyn Polytech). I was tired of getting mugged and robbed, and that was in the late 60’s and early 70’s.

    The street cop is as useless as teats on a bull for protecting the average person walking the streets of any city or town. The plain fact is that cops are almost never around when some cretin decides to victimize someone. If the average male was armed, along with quite a few women (my wife carried for over 20 years in Texas, as did I) the crime rate would plummet because the criminals would get buried instead of seeing the inside of a court room.

    The entire criminal justice system is stacked against the average person while protecting the criminals from retribution. The venerated law is bullshit because it is completely ineffective in its purported mission, but is absolutely effective in its true mission of subjugating the decent people in the population.

    If you want bat shit crazy and stupid, that would be you for not recognizing what is staring you in the face on a daily basis.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
  147. sayless says:
    @Johnny Rico

    Michael Brown broke the officer’s eye socket and tried to take his gun. That’s why the officer was found to be not guilty based on the eyewitness testimony of half a dozen black people.

    • Replies: @Alden
  148. @geokat62

    Here is someone putting on full display his terminal case of cognitive deficit disorder.

    But let’s see if hope remains for his being able to cure it.

    Did you perhaps notice for starters that my sole and only point was directed at the issue of Chauvin’s intent about what he did, and that I provided the legal basis for assessing it being that a person is presumed to intend that natural consequences of his voluntary acts such that he decided on his own where to place his legs and knees on the body of Floyd. No one forced, ordered, directed put a gun top his head make him do it. HE DID IT all on his own. That made it voluntary. Thus, he intended to do what he did. By demonstrating that to be the case, the prosecution proved the necessary intent on Chauvin’s part that the statutes calls for.

    That’s as distinct from the natural consequences of involuntary acts that are not deemed intentional, such as when Floyd has his spasmodic reaction after death that prompted him to move his leg. Had he thereby hit anyone, his actions would not have been intentional. After all, dead men lack intent by definition.

    The rest of your blabbering merits no further comment from me.

    Voluntary acts? You make it sound like cops can do whatever they feel like doing.

    That comment proves you are clueless about the legal standard I had mentioned. Having explained it in more detail, do you get it now?

    It has nothing to do with whatever training he had. The issue of intent in this case was whether he acted on his own volition with respect to a specific action he took

    You blabbering about his following training, etc., does nothing more than expose your congenital prejudices after the Chief of Police denounced Chauvin’s actions as not conforming to their training. I take his assessment more seriously than your blabbering justify Chauvin offing a black man.

    • Replies: @geokat62
  149. S says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    Michael Moore: “How many Black and Brown people are sitting in prison tonight because they were put there by the thousands of Derek Chauvins on our police forces? We must set them all free.”

    Hopefully in Moore’s neighborhood-which will then be fenced in.

    Hehe. Moore could then live out his remaining years in his own private Escape From New York paradigm.

  150. @Anonymous

    Perfect display of congenital racists prejudices that must equip you fractures glasses that shut out all light and leaves you groping in the dark to make sense of the world.

    Not that you could comprehend the following point, had the amount of drugs been sufficient to kill him without Chauvin’s help, and there being no evidence whatsoever that he took any drugs at any time after the police cuffed him that necessarily required him to have taken it before then, and the evidence being that he acted perfectly normal in the sore and outside there with not the slightest sign of any drug impairment, how did he fatally overdose between the time the cops detained him and when he died.

    Be specific and identify the exact point and show that he exhibited signs of a fatal overdose from that point on.

    If you don’t, you will have proved my point.

    • Replies: @Charon
  151. Alden says:
    @Bill Jones

    If the crowd hadn’t gathered screeching, howling and recording; the officers would have left him in the back seat and taken him to the police station and let the custodial officers dealt with Floyd’s histrionics. Floyd was a worthless POS who should never have been born. Unfortunately he has 5 things to spread his genes.

  152. Alden says:
    @sayless

    That’s one of the strongest bones in the body. It’s not just thick. It’s rubbery and designed to bounce rather than break.

  153. geokat62 says:
    @The Old Philosopher

    Did you perhaps notice for starters that my sole and only point was directed at the issue of Chauvin’s intent…

    I had to revisit your original post to see if I had indeed misconstrued the meaning of it. This is the excerpt that I had reacted to:

    Nobody forced Chauvin to do anything that he did to Floyd.

    Now, in your more recent post you go on to expand on your original post:

    … a person is presumed to intend that natural consequences of his voluntary acts such that he decided on his own where to place his legs and knees on the body of Floyd

    .

    See, OP, the issue I have with this statement is your insistence on characterising as voluntary where Chauvin placed his legs and knees on the body of Floyd.

    This, I believe, is the crux of our disagreement. While you say it is completely voluntary, I say it was the result of his standard training procedures. And if I’m right, this should have been a key issue in determining his guilt or innocence.

  154. bayviking says:
    @Yukon Jack

    There is no doubt NeoCons dominate our Government and have done so for a long time. Filling important cabinet posts with Neocons reveals the dark side of Biden, besides his cozy relationship with criminal Bankers.

    Are all these people dual US/Israeli citizens or of Jewish heritage? If the latter, are they just more ambitious than the average Government bureaucrat or part of a criminal conspiracy? If the former there should be Congressional hearings regarding their conflict of interest.

    But NeoCons ran the Bush adminstration and the entire country into the Iraq-Afghanistan quagmires and global economic collapse of 2008. The orange slot specialized in doing nothing except twittering and golfing. So changing parties makes no difference regarding this outrageous problem.

  155. Translation of “Democrats prepare to eliminate opposition to woke culture” is eliminate any influence Americans have that might be slightly to the right of Karl Marx, AOC, or Bernie Sanders. This is why it would be necessary to DUMP, unceremoniously, people like Mitch McConnell, Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, Kay Hutchinson, etc. JUST FOR STARTERS. Some of these idiots are trying to form an opposition party to the Republican politicians who are Trump supporters. The majority of the Republican party should be outraged. It’s not about these anti-Trump morons, it’s about the tens of millions of Trump supporters. They just don’t get it. These traitors are working to advance the democrats even after Trump exposed that whole party for what it has become, anti-white, communist and VIOLENT.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  156. martin_2 says:
    @Sir Launcelot Canning

    Yes, choose one target only. Not a huge list of companies and a vague list of products. That’s a useless strategy. No dispersal of effort. And make it an easy target, where there is a simple substitute or one can easily get by without it.

    If one is to provide effective opposition one has to think very carefully about the way to go about it. This kind of thinking has been lacking.

    • Replies: @Sir Launcelot Canning
  157. Getaclue says:
    @RoatanBill

    Did you not watch the ENTIRE Video? When you watch all of it — it is clear the Cops could not deal with Floyd — he was 6’4″ and 240lbs — they were all 5’9″ 140 types (Cops in the 1950s had height and size requirements — all thrown out due to letting women in etc.– this is argued as a great thing of course….) — Floyd was on enough Fetanyl to kill him three times over yet still up due to the Amphetamine he had also ingested.

    There was an angry threatening crowd involved. The Ambulance was late as it got lost and they then freaked out also as to the threatening crowd and just packed him up without doing any Paramedic work on him.

    What exactly was Chauvin to do differently in your world view? I’d like to hear it. He held Floyd down until the Ambulance came, his knee was mostly on Floyd’s shoulders (the Prosecution even had to admit this after it was lied about endlessly for months, the “knee move” was taught due to the Black Chief bringing Israelis in — terrible idea) — he didn’t strangle him nor did he cut off his blood supply — the man died of a Fetanyl OD. The other Officers are shown in the video trying to deal with him before Chauvin got involved — they couldn’t handle him. They could have pulled out nightsticks and beat him but chose to be more humane — bad idea (same happened with Rodney King who could have legally been shot but instead they tried to used nightsticks to get him into compliance– bad idea for them….). There are lots of lousy cops, one is on video literally executing on his knees an innocent Exterminator who had a BB gun in his hotel room, but I just don’t see how they deal with Floyd given the video of how he was acting — you feel he should have just been allowed to walk around or whatever…doesn’t work that way once you’ve been arrested for a crime….

    • Agree: Rich
    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  158. Truth says:

    Above your state senate, there is no such thing as “democrats” or “republicans”, just two sets of puppets putting on a marionette show.

  159. Trinity says:

    Chauvin is guilty of manslaughter ONLY IMO. It seems that Saint Floyd always pulled this stunt every time he was arrested. Did Chauvin contribute to Saint George’s death. Only the experts know, but the video was pretty damning. Being a cop is like any other profession, you have the good and the bad. I think it is pretty obvious that TPTB are just using this incident along with others to abolish the local police departments and we all know where this one is heading.

    Saint George? Well, maybe his “mom” that he cried out for loved him, maybe some in his family did, but the media and the protestors could care less about Saint George, they are only using this guy who appeared either headed for prison or a drug overdose, just a matter of time.

    Wonder how many people fell victim to Saint George? Only God and Saint Gee know that one. Who knows Chauvin might have saved some future victims of Gorgeous George but me thinks he got carried away in the heat of the moment. Tough job, wouldn’t want to make a call. Just speaking out from the cheap seats.

    As for that waste of human flesh known as Michael Moore, wonder if he would want a cop around if he was being attacked by some Black or Brown thugs intent on beating the hell out him? Oops, I forgot, Michael Moore doesn’t live within a 100 miles of Black or Brown thugs. So he is a poser, a hypocrite and a lying POS. Oh, well, just another phony piece of white traitor trash.

  160. In other words, this is not about Chauvin at all. It is about the fear of the mob, the election of craven politicians and the bleatings of pundits like Moore. And above all it is about the direction our country is going in. If the people do not wake up to this the United States of America will soon be gone, gone, gone.

    Because the country is already gone, gone, gone that his happened.

    The Civil Rights Act replaced the US Constitution yet I have never – NEVER- read such an analysis in here.

    One just have to go to Amazon and buy “The Age of Entitlement” by Christopher Caldwell to see for just how long this country has been gone, gone, gone.

  161. So Michael Moore has 2.5 million! followers on FACEBOOK? I wonder if they all follow him on going for making him the most obese gasbag that ever got followed on any political forum? Keep the burgers coming….lol Such are the kind of people who are taken seriously today. Those who cannot even control themselves but have the solution to the problems thousands of other more serious people do not. What a role model.

  162. @The Plutonium Kid

    Look at what happened to Spiro Agnew when it became obvious that Nixon would have to leave office.”

    I can’t read tea leaves, I can’t predict the future and I never won the powerball lottery, but Kamala [like Obama] is a solid jewish project. Their vision of the future can’t thrive within my view of what is to come, for it rests on coexistence and tolerance, not violence and a single color.

    I don’t want to be right, because, actually, I hope I’m wrong, but my gut feeling tells me otherwise and experience has taught me to stick with those sentiments.

    I will stand corrected when proven wrong.

  163. anarchyst says:
    @RoatanBill

    You make an excellent point about cops being next to worthless. In fact, the “supreme court” gave the cops immunity from prosecution for misbehavior while declaring that cops had no duty to protect individuals, only “society at large”. What a “sweetheart deal” for the cops…
    A good example of police indifference is that a number of years ago, during the Detroit Freedom Festival which attracts tens of thousands of people from all over, gangs of blacks were snatching jewelry and purses from the largely white crowd in full view of the cops who did nothing to stop the criminal activity, not unlike the previous year’s riots in major American cities.
    As to misbehavior by cops, it is almost impossible to charge a cop with abuse because the bar is set so high, one has to prove the cop’s “intent” to violate someone’s “civil rights”, reading his state of mind, not just his actions.
    Fortunately a number of states are ratcheting back “immunity” making cops responsible for their actions, a long overdue change.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  164. JamesinNM says:

    At the final judgement the truth will be shouted from the rooftops, and all evil will suffer the second death and burn for eternity. Life is a mere breath, but eternity is infinite. Choose the truth, Jesus, and heaven. Do not choose lies, fraud, Satan, and hell. The wheat and chaff are being separated.

  165. @martin_2

    If one is to provide effective opposition one has to think very carefully about the way to go about it. This kind of thinking has been lacking.

    Amen, brother Martin.

    Coca-Cola is too big, they’d never miss us. Any other suggestions? A smaller company that we could really hurt. Gillette or Goodyear, but that was last year or the year before.

    I think Flyover Country Whites should consider not buying Ford Trucks. The Ford Foundation has supported so much BLM / Antifa leftist garbage. And this has been going on longer than most realize.

  166. @Getaclue

    Once Floyd was cuffed and on the ground, are you going to assert that 4 cops couldn’t keep him there IF he tried to flee? Given your assertion that Floyd was in the process of dying, why would it take some monumental effort to subdue him? You can’t have it both ways. Either Floyd was a threat or he was dying. Which do you prefer?

    But let’s also back up a bit. Floyd was originally targeted for passing a counterfeit bill. The Fed counterfeits the entire currency supply and they get a pass. Floyd was then targeted for drugs, a completely made up crime just like it was under alcohol prohibition.

    In a saner world, the gov’t wouldn’t counterfeit what’s supposed to be ‘money’ and what a person consumes should be none of anyone else’s business. The entire encounter is a gov’t manufactured event.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  167. I posted this comment on another article but I think it deserves reposting here.

    ***

    “Under our system of law every defendant in a criminal case is entitled to a fair and impartial trial.

    It is obvious that Chauvin did not get a fair and impartial trial. How could he in Minnesota with all the prejudicial pretrial publicity on a daily basis. The person responsible for this travesty is the Presiding Judge, Peter Cahill. He alone could have ordered a change of venue. First on his own motion and then again when Chauvin moved for a change of venue. Two lost opportunities and two glaring examples of poor judgment by Peter Cahill. Judge Cahill should have also declared a mistrial during jury selection when it was revealed that the City of Minneapolis announced that it would be making a payout of $27 million to the Floyd family. That was prejudicial publicity and Judge Cahill again exhibited poor judgment in continuing the trial after it was publicly announced that the City was paying $27 million in damages because of Chauvin’s actions. Judge Cahill should have granted a mistrial then and there as well. Also Maxine Waters subsequent prejudicial public comments could have served as grounds for granting a mistrial but again Judge Cahill did not exercise good judgment in that event as well. All of the post verdict questions and criticism could have been timely avoided if Judge Peter Cahill had the foresight and wisdom to order a change of venue prior to the start of the trial. That he did not Judge Peter Cahill is the author of this travesty of justice.”

  168. There is also this. No matter how bleak you thinks things are – it is MUCH worse

    https://www.takimag.com/article/at-first-quietly-then-much-less-quietly/

  169. @Alfred Muscaria

    Passing forged notes is a Federal Offense. The Secret Service is responsible for investigating this when they are not guarding Biden’s Vile Body.
    What a portfolio they have.

    Chauvin should have walked away.

    • Replies: @Alfred Muscaria
  170. @geokat62

    And if I’m right, this should have been a key issue in determining his guilt or innocence.”

    There are cases in which a single punch killed a person. Needless to say, that was without any intent to kill.

    My urge is to see to it justice is done, and as this urge is as blind as a mole, it transcends anything human and falls back on universal principles.

    In my opinion, Chauvin became a scapegoat, the easy way out, and the verdict has nothing to do with the truth, but everything with prejudice and the color purple.

    But, alas, the woke world isn’t where I live in.

    • Agree: geokat62
  171. geokat62 says:

    If the people do not wake up to this the United States of America will soon be gone, gone, gone.

    I guess it’s safe to say that the sweeping changing ushered in by the Johnson administration, the so-called Great Society, were not a smashing success?

    Rather than creating a Great Society, his program changes, including the introduction of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, were the ruin of this once great nation.

    I’m curious to learn who coined that slogan. It’s got the ring of Tikkun olam to it… cuz, boy, did the ever “fix” the US!

  172. Thomasina says:
    @anarchyst

    You may be right, but why would Chauvin choose to take Floyd out in this way, a way that might get him 40 years? I mean, Floyd was busy taking himself out with fentanyl; it was only a matter of time.

    Chauvin had the same blank look on his face when he had his knee on Floyd’s neck as when he was found guilty – nothing. To me it looked like the defense counsel gave the audience “just enough” to make it look like he was trying, but not enough to get Chauvin off. No way the jury should have found Chauvin guilty.

    It’s 9/11 all over again. What brought down the buildings? What brought down Floyd? Is this another event made to steer the sheep in a certain direction?

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    , @anarchyst
  173. @RoatanBill

    In a saner world

    Which is why you left, right Bill?

    Why do you wish to comment on the “insane world” of the US?

    Floyd was a prime example of the typical, pleading, lying, bullshitting, worthless nigger criminal that infests American cities.

    And yet you feel the need to grace us with your “wisdom” on how to deal with them from your Caribbean island.

    Save it, douchebag.

  174. Woke culture will destroy the West – literally. If mathematics is deemed racist, how can anyone build a bridge or a road? The whole system will fall apart.

  175. anon[237] • Disclaimer says:

    Hi from the Vice Mayor of Minas Morgol.

    White people:

    Let the young people in your family know that things could become untenable here in the future. This place is worth trying to save, and we should give every effort to do so, HOWEVER, one should have a plan B in case things continue to unravel. If you can do anything in repair/maintenace in computers, cars (electrics too), electrician-work, plumbing, and heavy equipment, have a clean criminal record, and are a nice human being, then plenty of other nations should be willing to admit you and your family.

    Let your younger relatives know to have a plan B. You can use the supervolcano in Yellowstone as an excuse if they are woke and resistant to the idea. Just tell em’ you love em’ and want them to be able to escape should it become necessary. Meanwhile lets try to convince the convinceable to not let the media brainwash them. Ordinary whites harbor no ill will to anybody. Dont commit crimes, and you will not have Floyd-like encounters with the police anyway.

    • Thanks: RadicalCenter
  176. @ruralguy

    And being Catholic he is just another Crusader. Hates Protestants with a passion. And Catholic group think and Jewish group think have a major similarity. Very top down in their religion with a clear hierarchy, and a centralized viewpoint due to the belief in a holy city or a holy land.

    Only Protestants and Eastern Orthodox Christians do not have this holy land, holy city mentality or group think. They really dislike top down government. There is now a representative in Congress who is proudly claiming that we should bring back the Anglo-Saxon Protestant tradition. And George Bush II thinks this is a horrible idea and will ruin the Republican party. But what he fails to realize is that liberal Protestants like me are persona non grata in the Catholic/Jewish Democratic party. We really have nowhere to go. Even if we can’t make ourselves vote Republican, we won’t vote Democratic either, or only vote for a Democrat with no chance of winning as a protest.

    • Troll: Hibernian
  177. @GeneralRipper

    Obvious low IQ individuals like you is why the US is in sorry shape. Your entire comment is on me as a person as opposed to the logic I present. Can you counter what I say with a reasoned argument?

    You’re a complete waste of space.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  178. lysias says:
    @James Forrestal

    A (black) Pentagon policeman is currently facing murder charges for killing two black car thieves in Takoma Park MD, right outside D.C.

    • Replies: @James Forrestal
  179. @RoatanBill

    Well that’s a very eloquent dodge, Bill.

    I figured as much.

    We should start a special Club here on Unz.

    Maybe call it: American Expat White Guys who aren’t Racist, but don’t live within five hundred miles of Niggers.

    • LOL: Trinity
    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @Biff
    , @Truth
  180. @Bill Jones

    Passing forged notes is a Federal Offense. The Secret Service is responsible for investigating this when they are not guarding Biden’s Vile Body.
    What a portfolio they have.

    Chauvin should have walked away.

    I don’t think Floyd was responsible for verifying the authenticity of his $20 bill. He might have know or might not have. He probably did but I’m not sure how you would prove that. But yes, I 100% agree Chauvin should have walked away. Certainly something he will regret not doing for the rest of his life.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    , @Zarathustra
  181. @Thomasina

    The police kill about thirty unarmed people a year. Most are White- it’s about twice as many as blacks.
    There’re still enough blacks to ensure a suitable outrage candidate every month.
    The Media machine was all primed and ready to go, Floyd was just in the right place at the right time for his family to win the jackpot.
    Here are the total (armed and unarmed) deaths by race.
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/585152/people-shot-to-death-by-us-police-by-race/

    • Agree: Miro23
  182. Trinity says:
    @GeneralRipper

    I bet most of them would look like Michael Moore. lololol.

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  183. ebear says:

    Here’s my version of the Shape of Things to Come.

    Cities have outlived their usefulness and are becoming an obstacle, not to mention a threat to personal safety. Rational people will move – this is already starting – to the food and energy producing regions, which inner city dwellers lack the means to do. Businesses will close, supply chains will shut down, crime will increase, and lacking the usual easy targets the indolent will fight among themselves for the few remaining scraps.

    Meanwhile, people who move to rural areas will quickly learn the value of work, or go hungry themselves. This will instill a greater sense of pride in those who accept the challenge, and a willingness to defend against intruders.

    Basically re-segregation, but without the stigma attached to the former practice because it’s what indigent urban dwellers are themselves demanding.

    • Replies: @Miro23
    , @Malla
  184. The intention of the democrats, liberals and progressives is not wipe opposition to becoming awake to some social agenda .

    It is to wipe out conservative, republican and like minded opposition period.

  185. @TKK

    “It’s hellish hot, but Florida is a sea of sanity right now. It might be best to pay $150K for a single wide in .23 acres and know that a pack of blacks don’t have the right to terrorize you and kill you.”

    And yet I read of PoC shootings in Florida frequently. I don’t understand why such a 2A-friendly state has such a problem with violent crime. It’s like the fiends are completely undeterred by the risk of attacking likely-armed victims. I can think of good reasons to choose FL, but escaping violent crime isn’t one of them.

  186. 548,000 black on white crimes in 2018….58,000 white on black.

    90% of cross-racial crime is black on white.

    Project Veritas filmed Michael Moore at breakfast: Moore had….7 cheeseburgers, 2 dozen eggs, one Kahlua with heavy cream, a pot of grits with 3 sticks of melted butter, 8 pots of coffee with heavy cream and sugar, 8 lbs, crispy bacon, one piece of dry toast, 3 Irish Coffees with 8 tbs. sugar in each, one ribeye and 5 sirloin steaks rare, 3 full packages of english muffins with butter and strawberry jam, 2 more pots of coffee, 4 shots Grand Marnier, 4 valium, 9 ludes, one hit of acid, four huge blunts, and a small bowl of oatmeal for fiber.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  187. @Robert Dolan

    Project Veritas filmed Michael Moore at breakfast: Moore had….7 cheeseburgers, 2 dozen eggs, one Kahlua with heavy cream, a pot of grits with 3 sticks of melted butter, 8 pots of coffee with heavy cream and sugar, 8 lbs, crispy bacon, one piece of dry toast, 3 Irish Coffees with 8 tbs. sugar in each, one ribeye and 5 sirloin steaks rare, 3 full packages of english muffins with butter and strawberry jam, 2 more pots of coffee, 4 shots Grand Marnier, 4 valium, 9 ludes, one hit of acid, four huge blunts, and a small bowl of oatmeal for fiber.

    LOL

    Did he purge after the sirloin steaks?

    My man sounds like Caligula.

  188. The article is titled the “Shape of Things to Come. ” Why is it that this crap is always stated as a “FAIT ACCOMPLI”. Everything that the left plans, has to be a foregone conclusion. Perhaps. But not in my personal life. I have now simply decided to reject the arguments of all of my leftist friends, including some of my family members. I don’t try to win them over with conservative arguments nor do I push trying to negate arguments from the left by them. I simply stay quiet and will not engage in political conversation any longer . Instead, I come to this forum occasionally because it has a surprising number of rational and decent people who post here. PEACE.

  189. anon[237] • Disclaimer says:

    There is a possibility trailers and shipping-crate homes might benefit from so much real estate uncertainty. If we make many areas unsafe via Section 8/Antifa/BLM, our elites might be suprised how clever freedom/ safety-valuing peoples get around their well-laid traps. Ive personally wondered about RVs fitted with dolar panels on the roof to constantly charge the battery. Thats a lot of space up there for mucho voltage. Stuffing a family of 4 in something like this would be uncomfy, but it beats a war-zone everytime.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  190. Biff says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Maybe call it: American Expat White Guys who aren’t Racist, but don’t live within five hundred miles of Niggers.

    You are obviously rife with jealousy.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  191. sally says:
    @Bill H.

    I think the conviction came because once the prisoner was behind his back, cuffed, laid faced down, with no apparent, likely or real reason to consider the arrestee a threat, Chauvin continued because Chauvin did not like that the arrestee was talking and maybe Chauvin did not like it that the arrestee was still breathing.

    Chauvin offered no defense to the continued use of force. After the cuffed prisoner made a plea for air, the duty to protect the cuffed prisoner rose in importance, it would take quite some justification to continue the use of force or at least not to lighten up. So three counts support the element of Intent all three were proven by the prosecutor. The movie shown to the jury also allowed the jury to decide for themselves, if the continued use of force post cuff was necessary, reasonable or outrageous. If i were a cop, I would take notice that once the arrestee is no longer a risk to the safety of the cop or to those within the danger zone, the cop has no justification to continue his aggression. More over, once the accused pleas for air, the barrier to justify use of force elevates; and the authority to use force dissipates.

    moving from negligence to intention
    negligence =>breach of duty to protect => dangerous disregard treatment =>irresponsible use of force
    Intent =>unnecessary =>unreasonable=>unconscionable =>outrageous use of force.
    IANAL but this is how I see it.

    Aggression supplied the intent. Second degree murder was the proper charge. I think,

    It was the continued use of force, when force was no longer needed, that supplied the necessary intent.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  192. Tear ’em up.

    Good piece.

  193. Trinity says:
    @sally

    Second degree murder? NOPE. Manslaughter? YEP.

  194. “While many, possibly even most, Americans would agree that Chauvin exceeded what was necessary in his use of force, the prosecution never proved that he intended to either kill or severely injure Floyd, nor could they demonstrate that any racial bias was behind what had developed after Floyd resisted arrest.”
    Are you out of your mind? Chauvin should have been given a medal and a pension for life for using perfectly reasonable levels of force against one of the ugliest habitual criminals to ever infest the land. People like Floyd need to be shot on sight.

  195. anonymous[111] • Disclaimer says:

    Frankfrank: “I welcome anyone to explain to me how I’m wrong.”

    Well, since you asked…

    Yes, they’re fucking you over. They’re vilifiying you, depersonalizing you, demeaning your culture, culling you, exterminating you with germ warfare and opioids way worse than Zyklon-B.

    However.

    (1) They’re fucking everybody over. Especially anyone who can be herded into one of the official categories. They don’t kneel on your head, you’re White! Instead they put you in lifelong debt peonage for shit fake education. They put you on the debt hook for banks that piss trillions away. They chisel your social security and kill your Mom with banned biological weapons like COVID-19 and Comirnaty and mRNA-1273.

    (2) But who is they? Who is it that’s been fucking you over since you were born? This regime, which is CIA and its various government flunkies like presidents and shit. CIA ousts them or kills them if they step out of line, as you know.

    (3) Identity is only the first step. You got to get beyond that because CIA can manipulate it. First CIA told you, you’re American, so you got to hold still while we blow up wogs. We this, we that, you remember. What do you mean we, Kemo-Sabe? Now CIA tells you you’re white, and you got to say you’re sorry for every black guy CIA ever fucked over. CIA whacked Malcolm X and two of his African interlocutors – but white guys did it, so you got to crawl? Fuck that shit.

    (4) Identity is only the first, transitional step. The second step is liberation. You’ve been a Western-Oriented Gentleman in CIA’s colony, America, all your life. You got to drive out the Langley colonizers and compradors and intelligentsia, define your people for yourself. You can’t do that without the help of everybody else that CIA fucks over. All the liberated ones are on your side, worldwide. Squirm loose of CIA’s propaganda and you’ll see.

    (5) The whole world is rooting for you to get free of CIA.

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  196. Woke culture is communist culture where your neighbor rats you out.
    Hey Karen!
    Corporations will join the woketurds in exchange for allowing them to be a monopoly that doesn’t pay taxes.

    Who did well during woketurd riots? The big boxes, the little guys who are their competition fell.

  197. 36 ulster says:
    @Desert Fox

    I’ll get to the Protocols shortly; I’m not yet finished with The Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  198. Hibernian says:
    @Caspar Von Everec

    Ireland has become very secular and liberal.

  199. @Alfred Muscaria

    ‘…But yes, I 100% agree Chauvin should have walked away. Certainly something he will regret not doing for the rest of his life.’

    Perhaps — but actually, you could say what we pay cops to do is to not walk away.

    There are many unanswered questions about this story — like, why does one cop misbehaving confer a license on the entire Negro population of the United States (and beyond) to engage in an orgy of looting and vicious racist attacks?

    But also, Chauvin did what he is ultimately paid to do — not walk away. I may well walk away — a cop can’t. That’s not his job.

    So Chauvin did what he is paid to do — deal with the situation. At most (and I would differ with that) Chauvin failed to pick a course of action that would have led to a less controversial result.

    Conceivably, he should have been fired. He sure as hell didn’t commit a crime.

  200. @anonymous

    ‘…They don’t kneel on your head, you’re White!’

    Ask Ashli Babbitt about that.

  201. Hibernian says:
    @Anon

    The problem is worshipping false gods. BTW, Selective Service has been inactive (although a dormant skeleton crew remains) since about 1971.

  202. Truth says:
    @GeneralRipper

    And yet you feel the need to grace us with your “wisdom” on how to deal with them from your Caribbean island.

    Maybe call it: American Expat White Guys who aren’t Racist, but don’t live within five hundred miles of Niggers.

    Let me see if I am understanding this correctly, because once again, Sham-Nig, your thought process is too advanced for the normal person;

    This gentleman lives on a Caribbean Island… where he is 500 miles from “Niggers?”

    I think we must have attended different geography classes.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  203. @Biff

    Oh yeah Biffy, it just tears me up everyday.

    Keep dreaming, big girl.

  204. Chauvin was clearly guilty of reckless indifference causing death, whatever that is called in the USA. Only he knows if he acted deliberately, and the defence did not prove that he did not, and the prosecution that he did. Most of the defence I’ve seen of Chauvin has been simple race hatred for blacks, and indifference to, or delight in, Floyd’s death.

  205. @Yukon Jack

    Ain’t that an Evil face? Almost as much so as her comrade Madeleine Albright.

  206. Trump’s progress through the primaries and in the election sent the US Deep State, the one and only real State, into a frenzy of fear. Hence Crossfire Hurricane and the conspiracy to stop Trump, then the Russiagate idiocies, the two fraudulent impeachments, and finally, the theft of 2020, open and brazen. And the real rulers of the USA, the rich and the Zionazi double-dealers, will NEVER allow another Trump to rise. Hence the totalitarian control of the public discourse, outdoing even Big Brother. Hence the frenzy of warmongering aggression against Russia and China. War fever takes the serfs’ minds off their travails and the moral and economic collapse of the Exceptional Reich.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  207. Mr. Giraldis employer got this woketardery started. Goal was to own the commies and de-radicalize the left, turn them against the Soviet Union. They still the ones pushing it. So just call them up and tell them to knock it off Phil. Haha

    Don’t just blame da demonrats. The GOP has empowered these corporations thru tax cuts, deregulation, friendly corrupt judges, and trade policy since forever. Mitch McConnell is still fighting against raising taxes on them. Don’t forget about Citizens United, that Ted Cruz fought like hell for. Same for handing the CIA more power, more money and less oversight. Don’t know what it’ll take for low IQ right wingers to realize that capital rules under capitalism, not the people. Politicians of the uniparty are just puppets.

    Its the Fortune 500s, big banks, NGO’s, Elite universities, CIA, capitalist plutocrats who are trying to sell the woke nonsense. This is to STOP socialism, not bring it about. Woke ideology is not a challenge to capitalism, it is 100% compatible, and serves to strengthen it when in crisis, like now.

    Much easier for our capitalist overlords to virtue signal with woke buzzwords than actually give people a living wage, UBI, healthcare, affordable housing and goods, etc..

    People should really learn what communism/socialism is. You can’t just blame everything you don’t like about capitalism on communism and expect people to take you seriously. These woketards are not out there calling for a general strike, or to nationalize these corporations, or our natural resources to pay for things like healthcare or housing. Most are not calling for an end to the imperialist war state.

    A lot of them are just mislead kids. Screaming about racial/gender identity politics is a sure sign they have been psyoped by the CIA. The woke ones are just radlibs or libtards, certainly not communists. Most of them hate Stalin, Castro, Chavez.. as much as you right wingers do. Haha

    I don’t know why the white nationalists/alt-right get so offended by it. They basically doing the same things you are doing, just on the opposite side. They’re pretty much pushing segregation, just like yall do. It should be pretty clear to anyone with a brain that both sides are being psyoped by the same entity.

    This is just our psychotic ruling class trying to fix problems caused by too much capitalism, with more capitalism. They don’t want to have to give up any of their wealth and privilege, so they try putting the blame on ordinary white people. Plus it pisses off the other side and keeps the proles fighting with each other rather than coming for their scalps. Its class war disguised.

    A lot of it has to do with the empire/foreign policy as well. China and Russia gonna start noticing and pointing out these things, killing black folk and whatnot. Its bad for business. I guess if nothing else America can always point to the rainbow flag to own the Iranians and Russians. We’re gayer than you! Hahaha

  208. Redman says:
    @ruralguy

    He also has an apartment on the wealthy UWS of Manhattan. I used to live there and see him all the time. He lives in Nadler’s jurisdiction. Total phony.

  209. Redman says:
    @James Forrestal

    All excellent points. With one key omission. It wasn’t just a fentanyl OD. It was actually a speedball: fentanyl + Methamphetamine pills. A much more toxic combo than fentanyl alone. And it explains why Floyd awoke from his stupor, and suddenly became quite aggressive.

    His breathing was compromised, at the same time his motor skills were given a jolt. His adrenaline kicked in from a sypathomimetic while his breathing was depressed by the opioid. Combined with his 90% occluded arteries, he was done. The cops were trying to keep him restrained until an ambulance came. That’s now murder in the USA.

  210. Redman says:
    @James Forrestal

    Felony murder in most states doesn’t include “assault” for that very reason. It’s usually other felonies like burglary, robbery, arson and kidnapping. MN is odd in that way.

  211. Anonymous[411] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    I agree. Nothing can justify Chauvin kneeling on a handcuffed man for 8 minutes. I think cops develop an arrogance, sometimes an abusiveness, because they are never held accountable for bad behavior. Powerful police unions are a big part of this. As is qualified immunity. But while I don’t think qualified immunity can be done away with maybe it can be reformed? E.g., a lawsuit or settlement against police misconduct should come out of the pocket of the police union or police retirement fund rather than being picked up by taxpayers or insurance.

    • Replies: @Eric Novak
  212. Anonymous[426] • Disclaimer says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Yep. Things as unraveling at an increasing rate. As E. Michael Jones says, the reason for the increasing clamp down on free speech is an indication that the oligarchs realize they’re losing control of The Narrative.

  213. Finland is total control of jews and their freemason puppets and our president Sauli Niinisto pedofile 33 degree jew and Tarja Halonen have hiiva sieni in shes communist pyssy!

    • Thanks: geokat62
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  214. @Redman

    Yes, a speedball, and the fool had a bad heart as well from years of drug abuse.

  215. @scamDemic

    Republics are democracies, dum dum.

    • LOL: Druid55
  216. @Anonymous

    The law and police practice justified Chauvin’s kneeling. The prosecution’s state witness, a legal expert, even said Chauvin could have used more force. If the prosecution and its political supporters don’t like it, they should change it, instead of projecting blame onto cops when segments of their own base burns down their cities because of it.

  217. @redmudhooch

    So woke kids are on the other side of our borders, screaming for open borders? Your parallels aren’t working.

  218. Jiminy says:

    Maybe the judge at Chauvin’s trial knew very well that there were grounds for a mistrial every where that you point your finger, but went ahead anyway knowing of the appeals to come. The trial went ahead and thus the terrorist’s protests never eventuated. The rampaging will become someone else’s problem at a later date elsewhere.
    Often times after cases like this the jurors come out and say how they really felt, and the unfair pressures put on them at the time, and how guilty they now feel.
    It’s strange how when McVie blew up the building, the Whites were out of control, then it was those dreaded muslims out of control. Now we come the full circle and those blasted Whites are out of control again. Whites, muslims, Iraqis, Afghanis, Iranians, Russians, Whites, Chinese, one could be mistaken that the USA is paranoid to the core. They’re on a merry-go-round spinning faster and faster but they cannot get off.

  219. Miro23 says:
    @ebear

    Meanwhile, people who move to rural areas will quickly learn the value of work, or go hungry themselves. This will instill a greater sense of pride in those who accept the challenge, and a willingness to defend against intruders.

    The way out of this is for the public to organize and take back control of state politics.

    Then, issue by issue, take back responsibility from Washington. Vote their own legislation regarding education syllabuses, policing, healthcare (Covid), etc. Especially local independent media.

    If places like Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Norway can be functioning independent nations with their own currency, banking, media and parliaments, then there’s no reason that US states can’t be. Some of them are already much larger (population, land area and resources).

    • Replies: @Reaper
  220. Petermx says:
    @Yukon Jack

    (((They))) now have firm control over Ukraine, amazingly. They led the government that killed 8 million Ukrainians in the 1930’s but Ukraine is building memorials to the people that brought so death and suffering there but nothing is being done to remember the Ukrainians that suffered and the Jews that killed them. Belarus is their next target, I am sure. I read about 50% of the media in Belarus is privately owned and I would bet they already have a large chunk of that. Belarus is a nice country and things are a bargain for international capitalists and if a country does not restrict outsiders, they can buy up the whole country. I would bet they are doing that and that they played a role in the recent protests there. The US could get a taste of that. Many believe the dollar will decline in value by a lot soon (meaning within 2 to 4 years). Some use the word collapse. You can then expect foreigners to use their stronger currency to buy up the nicest parts of the US. They probably won’t be shopping in LA or NY.

    This video was on YouTube for years but they removed it or buried it so you can’t find it anymore. Germany’s Dr. Goebbels discusses the mass murder and atrocities being carried out by the Jewish-Bolshevik government. At almost the exact same time a top New York Times reporter stationed in the USSR (so what) denied there were any atrocities in the USSR and the New York Times denied it too, But the Jews were working overtime to portray relatively peaceful and safe Germany as a country of mass violence and murder because Jews were encouraged to leave. One Polish-Jewish family wanted to stay in Hitler’s Germany so badly that their son murdered a German diplomat in France when they were forced to go back to Poland. That murder caused Kristallnacht.

    Dr. Goebbels on the mass murder and rape being carried out in the USSR (1937).

    https://yandex.ru/video/preview/?filmId=7535279422321190728&text=goebbels+speech+on+jewish+bolshevism&where=all

    • Replies: @SolontoCroesus
  221. Malla says:
    @ebear

    The globalist elites will create mini-ghettos in the rural areas and hard working right winged Whitey will be forced to pay taxes for the upkeep of ghettorats, Whitey druggie leaftard rejects and the whole loser crowds who will obviously be controlled footsoldiers of the Satanic globalist Oligarchs.

  222. @Alfred Muscaria

    That is not correct. Floyd should have been arrested. Put in the holding cell and FBI should have been notified to investigate. That is the standard procedure in case of fake bill.

  223. anon[161] • Disclaimer says:
    @Redman

    And it explains why Floyd awoke from his stupor, and suddenly became quite aggressive.

    Not true. Why do you insist on discrediting yourself with falsification?! Floyd was startled, nervous, fidgety… “squirrelly,” as the cop said… but not aggressive. His major tactic was going limp. (If you’re referring to his thrashing his legs after he was on the ground, that wasn’t “suddenly,” and…. meh.)

    Chauvin has a good case for mistrial (if it were an honest court) but you aren’t helping.

  224. @anonymous

    Where this lands no one can tell right now

    I’ll tell you: secession and partition.

  225. @redmudhooch

    People should really learn what communism/socialism is. You can’t just blame everything you don’t like about capitalism on communism

    We older folks know exactly what Communism is, tho apparently some youthful types remain uninformed. A more interesting statement is: People should really learn what Fascism is. Almost none do. A good start is the book ‘Hitler’s Revolution’ by Dr. Tedor.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper
  226. @Rich

    Angry, despised Whites, acting as lone wolves or in small groups could wreak untold destruction on the infrastructure and economy

    I can’t see truckers accomplishing much this way. But whites in the military could resist an illegal regime by sabotaging equipment or failing to perform maintenance. A ship stuck in the Panama Canal would certainly send a message to our white-hating overlords.

  227. @Ludwig Watzal

    Obama did not run the show when he was president and he is still just a lackey today.

  228. @anon

    Phil. You worked in places that would make these assholes wet their pants. Did you carry a gun everywhere? The question answers itself.

    Giraldi won’t answer you. However, I can tell you that back in DC, it wasn’t just armed lawmen from DEA, ATF, FBI and the rest, not to mention U.S. Marshals, but everyone right down to the nobodies were armed. Spooks, intel types all of em, hell, every GAO prole in DC had a Crown Vic with the Federal tint and a stainless Beretta 9MM and a Bianchi rig to carry it in. I knew a million of em down there, after the FBI shootout in Miami, everyone was carrying.

  229. @Finland goyim

    The oligarchs have TOTAL control of the increasingly oligopolised fakestream media, and use it as a brainwashing propaganda weapon, as Chomsky and Herman showed in ‘Manufacturing Consent’, thirty years ago. But Thought Crime appeared on the Internet so the oligarchs have moved to outright totalitarianism, with a presstitute caste now devoid of any morality and honesty whatsoever. Real Evil has descended across the West, as it sinks into the mire.

  230. OK chaps, here’s the good news.

    When push comes to shove AKA Civil War, the Sequal, the Chauvin fiasco has probably pushed many White cops firmly on the side of the Righteous.

    (They surely can’t be so stupid for that not to be the case, can they?)

    • LOL: fred777
    • Replies: @fred777
  231. Avianthro says:

    “If the people do not wake up to this the United States of America will soon be gone, gone, gone.”

    What exactly is this USA that will be gone? If it’s the USA that stole its resources from the natives, that built its economy with slave labor, and that has never done justice to the natives or done what was needed to integrate the descendants of African slaves into its economy or perhaps to give them a chance to return to Africa (?), then let it be gone.

    If this George Floyd debacle is part of the process of its self-destruction, then so be it. On this, it does seem the Bible was right: The iniquity of the fathers is indeed visited upon the sons.

    Now, the next question: What will take its place if it’s gone? Well, as Yogi Bera would say: “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up someplace else.” The WEF folks, the elites now acting as the fleet’s commanders have a vision, at least a partial one, and are pressing onward with it…the George Floyd game and BLM are parts of this. One thing’s for sure, the system as it now exists, is dysfunctional, and overdue for some changes. How those changes will really work out if implemented is yet to be seen.

  232. tyrone says:
    @Old and Grumpy

    “I still hate the GOP more”………Right!, because they hornswoggled white Christian conservatives year after year, just look at W. Bush now…….they are controlled opposition, i.e. the United States is a FAKE democracy….

    • Replies: @Druid55
  233. DidierF says:

    A credible alternate narrative is Chauvin waiting for the paramedics coming to the help of the suspect he is controlling. The paramedics were waiting for the mob to leave. The mob was waiting for Chauvin to release a suspect resisting arrest and needing the paramedics badly.

    Of course, the fact he resisted arrest because he believed that thousand of brown people were killed by racist cops. Of course, the fact that fentanyl killed people by the ten of thousands by blocking the breathing ability at a level of overdose can’t play a role. Of course, the situation is only on the shoulders of Chauvin.

    Of course, anybody believing this narrative is an ugly white supremacist. Human stupidity can’t kill or you’re a racist.

    The witch hunt has started. Moore is shouting that now it is open season on dissenters. I fear I’ll hear about an Auschwitz USA. Prove me wrong! Please!

  234. S says:

    Before there was Portland, before there was Minneapolis, there was Jonestown.

    This was a latter 1970’s early woke autonomous zone which accordingly was heavily blackcentric, police phobic, fake hate crime plagued, equity seeking, and Euro progressive led.

    The few who managed to escape Jonestown (called ‘defectors’) referred to the place as ‘a giant Communist prison camp’.

    [MORE]

    Its occupants were led to commit mass suicide in November 1978.

    Below are some of the final words to the outside world from the last of the living at Jonestown and were excerpted from Annie Moore’s suicide note.

    And, no, the placard above Jim Jones throne warning about what happens to ‘those who do not remember the past’ was not photoshopped in.

    Take heed, world!

    ‘we are all the same – human beings.’

    ‘His [Jones] hatred of racism, sexism, elitism, and mainly classism, is what prompted him to make a new world for the people — a paradise in the jungle. The children loved it. So did everyone else.’

    ‘There were no ugly, mean police waiting to beat our heads in, no more racist stares from whites and others who thought they were better. No one was made fun of for their appearance — something each one had no control over.’

    ‘Meanness and making fun were not allowed. Maybe this is why all the lies were started – besides the fact that no one was allowed to live higher than anyone else. The United States allows classism, the problem being this and not all the side tracks of black power, woman power, Indian power, gay power.’

    ‘Jim Jones showed us all this — that we could live together with our differences, that we are all the same – human beings…’

    https://jonestown.sdsu.edu/?page_id=13939

  235. @Reaper

    (((They))) are only targeting Whites for extinction. The welfare state reassures Tyrone and Juan they’ll get all the money they need to recklessly breed.

  236. anonymous[385] • Disclaimer says:

    Colin Wright, 213, absolutely. Ask Ashley, ask Seth Rich, ask Ibragim Todashev, ask Ken Trentadue, ask Mary Pinchot Meyer, they’ll tell you, this regime kills whites in droves. It tends to kill them more discreetly. Traditional public lynchings are customarily reserved for blacks.

  237. Reaper says:
    @Miro23

    “Belgium, Denmark, Norway”

    Independent from what?
    See their covid responses/ lockdowns.

  238. fred777 says:
    @Bill Jones

    The cops are on the side of their pensions. If so ordered they will stand down for upcoming BLM riots and arrest any whites who attempt to defend themselves.

    • Agree: AndrewR
    • Replies: @AndrewR
  239. @Johnny F. Ive

    Are you kidding us?
    “white elite”
    Over 50% of Billionaires are Yehudis- get real!
    When do they pay reparations for all the killing and looting they’ve done (Russia 1917-47; Spain 1930’s; Germany 1945-48; Palestine 1948-?)

  240. I am not surprise by this biased juror. Where it will go I haven’t a clue. This is not an isolated case. I guess we all forgot about the kid who was charged with murder for running over and killing an obese creature (who actually had a heart attack) who was part of BLM/Antifa at Charlottesville. This guy is never going to see the light of day.

    • Thanks: Trinity
  241. @USA1943

    ‘metallicman’ would be a whole more credible if he wasn’t pimping the holohaux story. Then again, as retired intel and leo types I’m sure they have to be careful. I mean, a pension is a pension, right?
    I did see other than that they did hit the fundamentals of how revolutions are implemented. In which case, it is time for censorship of communist agit-prop, aka jewish owned media, starting forthwith.
    Time to call a congressman or senator.

  242. @Yukon Jack

    What you’re referring to is PRICE inflation and deflation. Real inflation is by definition an increase in the currency supply, so deflation would be the opposite.

    We will have both price deflation and price inflation simultaneously at some point. Second homes, boats, airplanes, jewelry, etc, all things that aren’t required for survival, will see price deflation. Things required for survival, food, primary shelter, etc will see price inflation given the humongous amounts of currency the Fed has been pumping into the market.

    • Replies: @Yukon Jack
  243. @Yukon Jack

    Nah, jews are just like everybody else. They would never genocide white Christian America, would they?
    Hmmmmm………….
    Judeo-Bolshevik 1917-1939- how many white Christian Russia dead, 12 million or more
    Germany, 1945-1947, how many Germans were killed by the Morgenthau Plan?
    Turkey, 1920: Doenmeh Jews in power killed 1.2 million Christians
    According to Toaff, jews like to kill Gentile kids for matzo blood. He did a lot of research. I wonder how many kids they have killed over 2,000 years?
    Kitos War, 115 A.D. Diaspora Jews murdered 250,000 Greeks in Egypt, Libya and Cyprus.

    Hmmmmm…….I’m seeing a long track record of behaviour. Some might call it an indictment.
    I would have to say it is time to End Jewish Supremacy and preserve the European races.
    Time for Europe and America to arrest the Jews for Inciting a Genocide and deport them to Israel.
    But first they must pay. And serve their sentences.

  244. anarchyst says:
    @Thomasina

    Chauvin felt that he would not be prosecuted, the “thin blue line” protecting its own with “qualified immunity” and a strong police union.
    Chauvin was wrong.
    He may still get out of most of the convictions on appeal. Already, a juror was caught in a lie and the multiple convictions don;t make sense, either.

  245. @Miro23

    “If we get caught they will just replace us with persons of the same cloth. So it doesn’t matter what you do. America is a Golden Calf and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the World’s biggest welfare state that we will create and control. Why? Because it’s God’s will and America is big enough to take the hit so we can do it again, again and again. This is what we do to countries that we hate. We destroy them very slowly and make them suffer for refusing to be our slaves.”

    – Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu

    (Benjamin Netanyahu was in a meeting at Finks bar in Jerusalem, a well-known Mossad watering-hole. Here is what he said as taken directly from the transcript of the recording, which was witnessed and which has been 100% fully authenticated.)

    [MORE]

    Just in case you don’t know, Israel is in the process of destroying the United States of Amerika, that Hebrew colony that believes the Holy Bible as words of God. You think it’s Communists, or Antifa, or rioters paid by George Soros. It’s the Jews who are organizing the violence just like they have done all over the planet. Amerika is going down, and I am telling you if you have the means, you should flee for your life.

    If you lived in Atlanta before the Civil War, what should you have done? Leave. That is good advice if you want to survive the coming purge. But do you believe me? Not a chance, so you will stick it out, and if you do, my advice is get as much survival stuff as you can, as much food and gold and guns. You can never have to many guns (or ammo).

    Chuck Schumer, who speaking to a major Jewish organization pointed out that his name comes from Jewish term guardian and he went to special pains to specity he was a guardian of Israel, not to the America that elected him.

  246. AndrewR says:
    @fred777

    Same with the military lol.

  247. AndrewR says:
    @Freedomstillisntfree

    Well said. I’ve long said that our only realistic hope is to make the most public propagandists of the regime face very heavy personal tolls for their demonic choices. A general strike would be nice but it ain’t gonna happen.

  248. geokat62 says:

    Excerpt from, Rick Wiles Says the US Is Under the Control of ‘Satanic Zionists’:

    “The reason the ruling deep state of America hates the Russian people and wants to destroy them? It is the satanic Zionist power that overthrew the Russian government in 1917, did a human blood sacrifice of the Romanov family—a satanic ritual where they slaughtered the Romanovs, it was a satanic blood sacrifice—that same group of satanists that overthrew the Russian people in 1917, that’s what controls America today.

    That spirit right there is what is destroying the United States of America, destroying our freedom, destroying our culture, that spirit right there. That’s what’s making war against Russia. They overthrew it, they got free, they got out from under its bondage. And so who is under its bondage now? The American people. We’re under the bondage of that same satanic spirit.
    Who is always attacking us? The Zionists. There’s nobody else attacking me. Zionists. It’s not every Jewish person, it’s the Zionists, it’s the satanic Zionists. They are satanic. Old Henry Kissinger is one of them, old Alan Greenspan is one of them. Who has weakened America? Greenspan and Kissinger. Now they want war with Russia because the Russian people got free of their chains and bondage and returned to Christ. That’s what it’s about. The Russian people returned to Christ.”

    https://www.rightwingwatch.org/post/rick-wiles-says-the-us-is-under-the-control-of-satanic-zionists/

    • Thanks: Kolya Krassotkin
  249. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Reckless indifference and deliberately are not the same thing. Explain what you mean by being guilty of both since you admit you are not from the US. Maybe you don’t understand them.

  250. Marckus says:
    @davidgmillsatty

    I would never ask Mumbo Jumbo Brain to think. It gives him severe headaches.

    Asking this US non-resident to stir up his cranial noodles is sure to cause him a splitting migraine.

  251. @Avianthro

    If there is a successful revolution, your Marxist Version of History wiil not save you from the bullit. They will yawn, having heard dozens beg already, and put one through your temple while they laugh.

  252. Anon[300] • Disclaimer says:
    @Yukon Jack

    the ny times has always been the voice of the talmud liar culture. Now 95% of the msm is controlled by 6 talmud liar culture organizations (with over 2000 outlets).

  253. Buycotter says:
    @Ghali

    Rape is much worse than murder. And Chauvin didn’t commit murder: Floyd died of a drug overdose.

  254. @Truth

    Ya know, Troof, that’s an eminently fair observation, and I salute you for it. But everyone knows that there are black people and there are niggers. Personally, I don’t care to live around either at this point in my life, but I have interacted extensively with both when I was younger.

    I’d wager our Bill mostly interacts with a much lower density of the former, rather than the latter.

    That kind being your various BLM heroes, George Floyd, Michael Brown, Amaud Aubery, Travon Martin etc…etc…etc.

    The lazy, stupid, loud, arrogant, entitled and mostly violent bunch currently known as “African-Americans”. That’s them.

    But of course, you know all this. Which is why you choose to dwell in (drumroll please)…Albuquerque, New Mexico!

    https://www.cabq.gov/economicdevelopment/business-development/demographics

    Oh my! A whopping 3.2%.

    Gettin’ a little “dark” down there in Albuquerque these days, huh Troof…lol

    • Replies: @Truth
  255. Truth says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Yes, I live in a hispanic state, you live in a black one.

    You see, we are all the same.

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @GeneralRipper
  256. anon[413] • Disclaimer says:

    242 Jim Christian, he won’t cause he can’t. DO guys abroad do not go around armed, absent cumbersome red tape. Of course they’re all armed in DC, they’re cop-type pussy cowards and they know the public despises them. That’s why they panicked and erected a fort when faced with the people’s right of assembly.

  257. Trinity says:
    @Truth

    Hey Troof, I remember going to Port-au-Prince back in the day letting old Johnny drive me around, sipping on a Prestige beer taking in the sights and smells. I gotz me some real fine art pieces, dude. Got a tea set carved from wood. hehe. I got tow up some 5 star rum with good ole Johnny, playa. Dat wuz the sheeit,yo.

    Troof, lemme tell you sumtin, playa, I went to the KFC down there, bought me up a mess of The Bird and took it skraight to The City Club and let everyone eat fo free. No lie. Man, Troof, I seen some pitiful sights down there, cuz. I gave to the most needy, yo, but good ole Trinity just one man, gnome sayin. Good ole Tee gotz a big heart, cuz, and we do what we can fo troof, jusus and the Godly way.

    Troof, can you do a simple compare and contrast on Haiti and Iceland? Tank U fo yo time, Troof.

    • Replies: @Truth
  258. @Truth

    You’re just another rank shit-talking hypocrite troll, Troof.

    It’s child’s play exposing you as such.

    You fit right in with the self righteous, know-it-all expats.

    • Replies: @Truth
  259. @RoatanBill

    Real inflation is by definition an increase in the currency supply

    I’ve long held that definition of inflation but now I have been convinced it is incorrect because the Fed has created billions of dollars without hyperinflation and the reason is that monetary velocity keeps dropping, and in fact has gone over the cliff.

    I think Jim Rickard’s deflation argument is correct, the monetarist argument seems wrong at this point in history.

    Jim Rickards: We’re Heading for DEFLATION [Federal Reserve Doesn’t Get it!]
    7,747 views •Sep 17, 2020

    The untold story is that the Fed (and government) are desperately fighting deflation – which is why they are mailing checks to the sheep. Normally the government (and Fed) sheer the sheep.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  260. What is the real game going down? Why is the most prosperous nation in history facing another catastrophic economic depression, stock market, bond market, and real estate collapse? Why are crypto currencies which have no intrinsic value going to the moon? Why is the press demonizing the majority, the white population, while promoting communism, which we fought to stop in numerous wars like Korea and Vietnam?

    Here is my thesis why we are in big trouble, the Federal Reserve has trapped the nation in debt, and this debt bubble has become so huge it is trying to self liquidate but they will not allow that so they keep inflating with QE 1,2,3 infinity. QE has made the rich super rich and made the poor beggars. Wealth disparity seems to be AOK with Bernanke, Yellen, and JPowell, The Fed has massively polarized society into the haves and have nots and the New York Times along with the rest of the Jewish controlled media has decided to promote BLM, antifa and demonize white people.

    Obviously, the Jews in power are pitting BLM and Antifa against white people because of the untenable monetary debt system monster they have created. The refuse to let the debts unwind, and are doubling down on their supremacist insanity by throwing the nation away into a civil war while they count their shekel dollars. Amerika is turning into a third world shithole as those with the money intend to hang on to it regardless of the consequences to the nation and it’s people. All for them and none for you is their motto.

    Debt is the enemy of freedom, the massive debts of our society are pushing us into populism (trump) and communism (biden), on every television channel there are commercials on how to free or reduce your personal debt, then the next commercial tells you how to increase your credit score. Our society is batshit insane because it is run by tribal supremacists who have taken control of the money supply, when the creation of money should be in the hands of the government and not private bankers. Stable sound money is the basis of a rational economy and stable government. Amerika it seems is just another government infiltrated, taken over, run into the ground, by Jewish money interests.

    Jim Rickards Believes 97% Will Lose EVERYTHING After this | Deflation, Inflation, Economy, Crisis
    1,749 views •Apr 15, 2021

  261. @Yukon Jack

    All the currency the Fed has instantiated has gone into the bubbles, primarily stocks and real estate but also into the crypto space. Once one of those bubbles gets pricked, people will start to bail out and the currency that was once sequestered in those investments hits the broader market. That’s when we’ll see a huge spike in price inflation.

    I think it’s still best to use the traditional definitions because muddying the conversation, especially for those that may not be too acquainted with the topic, isn’t helpful. Conflating monetary inflation and price inflation will confuse many people.

    As far as Rickards is concerned, his low velocity shtick will lose its audience when the bubbles pop. That’s when everyone will be trying to unload their green pieces of paper for tangible goods and velocity will sky rocket. He’s right at the moment, but his 15 minutes will be up soon.

    The US is also in a unique position as the issuer of the worlds reserve currency. The US has been exporting what would otherwise be local price inflation to the rest of the world. As countries reduce their dollar exposure, those off shore sequestered dollars will find their way back to the US to cause even more price inflationary effects. It’s going to be the perfect storm once sentiment turns bearish on the dollars prospects.

    • Replies: @Miro23
  262. Truth says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Oh, so do you live in Montana, Wyoming or Maine?

    Or maybe somewhere else in Big Sky country or New England, which is it?

  263. Truth says:
    @Trinity

    Iceland’s overrated, here’s where you should move.

    Well, they both severed ties with their colonial overlords. I guess the Danes were a lot less eager to keep their servants.

    • Replies: @Commentator Mike
  264. @bayviking

    I’m white and blablabla

    No, you’re not White, dummy — you’re an anon on the interwebz — a line of text on a screen. It’s interesting to note that ignorant, hate-filled anti-Whites like yourself invariably have great difficulty comprehending simple concepts like “falsifiability” and “naked assertion”. It’s possible that this problem is due to some specific deficit in their psychological makeup — but it’s more likely a consequence of their overall cognitively-crippled condition.

    Though at least you’re able to openly admit that you’re wholly incapable of supporting your initial false claim (that 150 lb Chauvin somehow crushed 230 lb Floyd to death) with anything approaching a rational, empirically-based argument. Coming to terms with your complete lack of any relevant knowledge of human physiology, functional anatomy, toxicology, and pharmacology — or even the basic facts of the case — is a good start. Remember, acknowledging your limitations is the first step toward becoming a more educated, informed, tolerant person.

    Your latest delusion — that Nixon and Ehrlichman conspired to kill Floyd in some unspecified, but totally real, manner — is vague, grossly incoherent, and temporally implausible. Are you attempting to claim that:
    1. Ehrlichman held Floyd down while Nixon shot him up with fentanyl?
    2. Both of them climbed on top of Floyd to assist Chauvin in crushing him?

    Looks like some spelling problems as well: “Trump has clearly followed ‘Nixon‘ ”
    Were you trying to say “Adelson?” “Bibi?” or “Arthur J. Finkelstein?”

    Your failed attempt to promote the long-debunked semitic canard that the peaceful protest on January 6 somehow constituted an “insurrectionary invasion that defiled our sacred temples in a highly coup-like manner, forcing a Black agent of the state to murder an unarmed White woman in cold blood” is noted as well. This is does nothing to advance any of your hypotheses about what caused Mr. Floyd’s overdose, of course — but it is useful as yet another example of the “mindlessly parrot whatever the man on the teevee tells me” style of argumentation so often employed by ignorant, hate-filled anti-Whites like yourself.

    Overall, a toxic stew made up of equal parts Dunning-Krugerism, blind faith in muh teevee, chutzpah, loose associations… and an extra helping of virulent, unreasoning anti-White hatred.

  265. @Truth

    I live in a majority White working class town in South Central Pennsylvania because I like living amongst my own kind.

    You live in a majority White/Hispanic city in New Mexico because you think most African Americans are just great folks to live around.

    ??

    Fill me in.

    lol

    • LOL: Trinity
    • Replies: @Truth
  266. WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF LUMBER GOING BATSHIT CRAZY?

    Fed’s Mortgage-Buying Spree at $1 Trillion With No End in Sight
    September 1, 2020 (Bloomberg)

    The bank now owns 30% of outstanding agency mortgage bonds
    FOMC promises to keep buying ‘at least at the current pace’

    The Federal Reserve has snapped up $1 trillion of mortgage bonds since March, a record pace of purchasing, as the U.S. central bank tries to blunt the impact of the Covid-19 recession on American homeowners.

    The Fed bought around $300 billion of the bonds in each of March and April, and since then has been buying about $100 billion a month. It now owns almost a third of bonds backed by home loans in the U.S. Buying the securities has pushed mortgage rates lower, with the average 30-year rate falling to 2.91% as of last week from 3.3% in early February.

    https://realestatedecoded.com/case-shiller/

  267. @Truth

    He’s not from New England. He also knows where all the best glory-holes in the Mid-West are, but he doesn’t identify as a homosexual or a woman.

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  268. @RoatanBill

    So you’re saying that the [jew] mayor and the [Black] police chief should not have implemented a policy establishing this:

    as the officially-mandated technique for controlling agitated, uncooperative, intoxicated suspects while waiting for EMS to arrive? Perhaps.

    Compare to this:

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/investigations/2019/07/31/you-re-gonna-kill-me-dallas-police-body-cam-footage-reveals-the-final-minutes-of-tony-timpa-s-life/

    And it’s clear that systemic semitism is virulently anti-White.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  269. @Thomasina

    You’re welcome.

    But the fact that Chauvin kept his knee on Floyd’s “neck area” for nine minutes while posing for the cameras, and with the crowd yelling for him to get off Floyd, makes me seriously wonder whether this wasn’t all staged.

    1. Having a hostile crowd screaming at him is an extenuating circumstance, not an exacerbating one. It’s a distraction, plus backing down in the face of a mob weakens your control of the scene. Compare to the Tony Timpa case, where there were no hostile bystanders and cops were completely in control of the scene. They’re free to concentrate on the suspect, without worrying about the crowd.

    2. Unfalsifiable speculation. I wasn’t there, and neither were you. Sure, it’s absolutely possible that the whole thing could be faked — but what matters in terms of its societal impact is the hegemonic narrative, the instrumental purpose of that narrative, and the degree to which it is consistent with the publicly-available facts. Could they have faked the whole thing? Sure — but what matters is that the narrative promoted by the “news” media is both grossly inconsistent with the “facts” that they admit to… and has clearly been instrumentalized as part of a virulently anti-White campaign that amounts to stochastic terrorism.

  270. @Johnny Rico

    Johnny, I’m sorry to be the one to have to tell you that your altogether vulgar, spiteful and angry tone is counterproductive, to say the least.

    In the words of the great Rodney King, “Can’t we all just get along?”

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  271. @James Forrestal

    Help me out.

    What has [jew] and [Black] got to do with some police policy?

    How is this policy in any way connected with semitism and anti white? I don’t see it.

    As for the policy, it sounds reasonable but apparently and obviously doesn’t go far enough. The policy should include, and I’m just guessing, a restraint on the persons feet so he can’t possibly get up and thereby eliminates the need for some cop to kneel on the restrained person. Problem solved.

    But let’s also back up and look at the Floyd situation from a different angle. Floyd was accosted by the police for passing a $20 counterfeit. I use the word accosted advisedly because the police feel they have the right to simply intrude on a persons existence. No one else has that right. Did the cops go to a bank to at least attempt to confirm the bill was counterfeit before they got into Floyd’s face?

    I never heard if the accusation was ever made that Floyd knowingly passed a counterfeit. As a business person that deals with the public, I’ve unknowingly gotten some counterfeit bills and the bank declined to take them when I presented them to add to my account. I wasn’t accosted or arrested. I just ate the loss.

    Is even knowingly passing a counterfeit bill some infamous crime worth of what ultimately happened? My take is that Floyd, a real POS, wouldn’t admit any guilt and thereby showed ‘contempt of cop’. Everything thereafter was instigated and aggravated by the cops. They turned a mole hill into a mountain as is their custom.

    I’m no supporter of street cops simply because they’re ineffective in their supposed role of protecting the public. Any common sense dispassionate view of what street cops actually do has nothing to do with protecting the population, but has everything to do with forcing the peons, white, black or green to tow the line on what the scum in the legislature concoct as law. That various courts have ruled that the police have no duty to protect the citizenry speaks volumes on the real intent for having street cops.

    I’m also no supporter of violent criminals, with violent a key characteristic. I’m on record here advocating we kill the violent in the society at the very first opportunity and that should be done by the victim or the victim’s family and never by the state as the state incurs no injury ever. In Floyd’s case, he should have been killed after he shoved a gun into a woman’s belly.

  272. Miro23 says:
    @RoatanBill

    All the currency the Fed has instantiated has gone into the bubbles, primarily stocks and real estate but also into the crypto space. Once one of those bubbles gets pricked, people will start to bail out and the currency that was once sequestered in those investments hits the broader market. That’s when we’ll see a huge spike in price inflation.

    I’m not sure about that. In a speculative bust (stocks, real estate, bit coin or whatever) you’re told that your 50.000 investment is now worth 30.000. In other words 20.000 of your money has disappeared (actually gone to the speculator who now has your 50.000 for something the market says is worth 30.000). IOW he’s a successful speculator and you aren’t.

    The asset stays the same throughout – the house or bundle of shares. The boom/bust cycle is more a mechanism to transfer money from one pair of hands to another (Pump and Dump).

    FED QE just looks like a variant. If all the virtually interest free QE loans (awarded to their friends) make their way into stocks (as they seem to) – then the Pumping is being done by the FED and the Dumping will be done by their financial friends. IOW the friends get the QE money and the government (public) – one way or another – get the Trillions of bad debts.

    I see inflation as a completely different story, with the classic example being Weimar Germany:

    After WW1 Germany had massive debts and obligations that it couldn’t meet from taxation, so it just printed the debt interest, salaries etc. to cover the gap (rather like the US at present). This worked for a while until the value of Deutsche Mark bonds started to slip (holders started to lose confidence in the real value of future interest payments in DM). The lack of confidence turned into an avalanche of dumping with no one wanting to hold the DM – fast exchanging it for anything of real value (US dollar, assets of any kind). The government of course had to keep paying its bills, so it just issued more in higher denominations until the public referred to it as “confetti money”. Farmers refused to accept it and stopped supplying of food. Armed bands of townspeople set out for the countryside to loot the farms.

    It’s interesting how fast it happened. The Versailles Treaty came into force in 1921 and hyperinflation climaxed in 1923. People on fixed incomes were destitute and middle class savings no longer existed. The winners were people with access to hard currency and speculators who somehow knew it was time to take out loans to buy property (and repay the loans with fantasy money). In any event, these few years saw a massive shift of ownership of prime German city centre property into Jewish hands.

    To make the parallel complete, the US would need to lose a war (WW3), the same way that Germany did in 1918 (WW1). That would certainly guarantee the end of the dollar but at that point would probably be the least of their worries.

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  273. @GeneralRipper

    The pot calling the kettle black.

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  274. @bayviking

    Well said bay! You can judge the worth of your comment by the frenzied outrage of the resident racists.

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  275. @Redman

    Thanks.

    It wasn’t just a fentanyl OD. It was actually a speedball: fentanyl + Methamphetamine pills

    I’m not sure there’s any publicly-available evidence to substantiate the route of administration for the meth. Could be that he swallowed his stash (he was arrested in 2019 with a similar episode where he did exactly that, cops called EMS and ER treated him for an OD — never charged), but there’s no solid evidence for this episode as far as I know. I’d certainly welcome further evidence.

    And it explains why Floyd awoke from his stupor, and suddenly became quite aggressive.

    Well… varying types of stimulation can awaken an opioid-intoxicated individual who’s enjoying his high, and his reaction is unlikely to be positive, regardless of the source of that stimulation.

    His adrenaline kicked in from a sypathomimetic while his breathing was depressed by the opioid. Combined with his 90% occluded arteries, he was done

    “sympathomimetic” — good word.

    “90% occluded arteries”

    To be more precise [autopsy report]:

    “75% proximal and 75% mid narrowing of the left anterior descending coronary artery; 75% proximal narrowing of the 1st diagonal branch of the left anterior descending coronary artery; 25% proximal narrowing of the circumflex coronary artery; and 90% proximal narrowing of the right coronary artery.”

    Sure, he was a time bomb from the cardiac standpoint, with multivessel coronal artery disease, left ventricular hypertrophy from meth/ smoking/ untreated hypertension, and ongoing nicotine/ methamphetamine use. Is it possible that the terminal event was a dysrhythmia resulting from this combination? Sure — but you can’t prove that from the autopsy. And there’s no evidence of acute thrombosis in any of the coronary arteries, so you can’t solidly blame his death on the coronary artery disease.

    And as far as the meth goes — The dose makes the poison.

    You can die from a water overdose. No, not just from drowning — look at the link.

    You can overdose on oxygen.

    Dose matters — a lot. Floyd’s methamphetamine level was 19 ng/ml. That would be a whopping level for fentanyl — but for meth, it’s unimpressive.

    Here’s a case series of blood meth levelsnot of ODs, but of 105 individuals detained by police who tested positive for stimulants on urine testing: “median and mean values of 1.3 microM (0.19 mg/l) [190 ng/ ml] and 2 microM (0.3 mg/l) [300 ng/ ml]), respectively.” An order of magnitude higher than Floyd’s meth level.

    Methamphetamine is a Schedule II drug — it’s actually FDA approved for ADHD. What’s the therapeutic range? 20-30 ng/ ml.

    So Floyd’s methamphetamine level was unimpressive — and there where no specific findings attributable to acute methamphetamine intoxication at autopsy. Whereas his fentanyl level was in a range that is typical for fentanyl overdose deaths, and his pulmonary edema is a well-described phenomenon resulting from opioid overdoses — and had no plausible alternative explanation. His methamphetamine use contributed to his chronic cardiac problems [as did his smoking], but there’s no clear evidence that it was an acute factor in his death.

  276. @Miro23

    I completely agree with your post.

    Looking at the day by day after effects of a bubble popping is what I’m referring to. Many of those that get burned by a stock decline, for example, will liquidate their positions in fear that the slide will continue. That will start an avalanche of selling with very few buyers resulting in monumental losses. Whatever currency does come out of the mayhem will hit the broader market.

    Whatever currency is currently sequestered in these bubbles will be largely liberated during the bear period. Admittedly, a billion that went in will likely just be a fraction of that on the way out, but whatever it is, it’s currency that didn’t effect other price inflation while it was invested.

  277. @RoatanBill

    What actual evidence do you have to support your ludicrously-counterfactual claim that the Minneapolis police chief is not Black, and that the mayor is not a MOT?

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  278. Petermx says:
    @SolontoCroesus

    You’re welcome and thank you.

  279. @Truth

    Sounds interesting.

    The island has a unique social and economic structure in which all resident families farm and all land is communally owned. Outsiders are prohibited from buying land or settling on Tristan.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tristan_da_Cunha

    So no point in telling Trinity or anyone else to move there.

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  280. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    It seems many UR residents would love for the police to be given a green light to slaughter blacks wholesale. Or hunt them down like wild animals. And maybe they’d like to join in the fun. High brow intellectuals, eh?

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  281. @James Forrestal

    What actual evidence do you have to support your ludicrously-counterfactual claim that I ever said or even alluded to any characteristic of the chief of police or the mayor?

    Where do you come up with this nonsense?

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  282. @RoatanBill

    It’s always more fun when a big dumb fish actually bites.

    Thanks for playing, Bill.

  283. @The Plutonium Kid

    No, Camela Kamala [soon to be an unelected president] …

    Not necessarily. Look at what happened to Spiro Agnew when it became obvious that Nixon would have to leave office.

    One significant difference between Agnew and Harris is the degree of their support for — or opposition to — systemic semitism.

    Agnew tried to push back against the evils of systemic semitism:

    Even in the face of these horrible actions by the arrogant state of Israel, the broad spectrum of American opinion leaders seem to cling to the fallacy that Jews, because of the so-called Holocaust, can do no wrong. The 70 years of indoctrination that began with the years that immediately followed the Balfour Declaration have brainwashed the western world, and Zionist control of our news media has kept the fields green for Israel.

    The vituperation of organized Jewry is zealous to say the least. As one who has endured 10 years of well-organized attacks in the media and in the courts, I can attest to that. One can assume only that Israel is more important to these people than their own country.

    But Kabbala Haaretz?

    – Married to a MOT

    https://www.jta.org/2019/01/11/politics/5-jewish-things-to-know-about-kamala-harris

    “So having grown up in the Bay Area, I fondly remember those Jewish national fund boxes that we would use to collect donations to plant trees for Israel”

    Yeah that’s a typical thing for Tamil Brahmins — and Negroes — to do… collect money for the Zionsit enterprise in Palestine. Uh huh.

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/harris-tells-jewish-supporters-biden-will-not-condition-aid-to-israel-if-elected/

    Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris told the Biden campaign’s Jewish supporters Wednesday night that a Biden administration would not place conditions on American aid to Israel.

    Naw, she’ll be fine. She’s never shown any indication of even the slightest opposition to systemic semitism. Just like Joe “all my kids are married to jews” Biden. Agnew was forced out for precisely the same reason that Harris will stay.

    Incidental note — a decent piece from the shitlibs at Daily Kos on Harris’ fake “Black” identity:

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2018/7/6/1778214/-Unpopular-Opinion-Kamala-Harris-is-a-Fraud

    Why is this South Indian woman pretending to be Black?

  284. @RoatanBill

    So now you’re willing to abjectly admit that you were deliberately lying when you you made your failed attempt to claim that the mayor of Minneapolis is not a jew, and that the police chief is not a Negro?

    Thanks

  285. @James Forrestal

    …rather than a [minor] story about an off-duty officer shooting a couple of fleeing car thieves in the back — and lying about it. You can’t shoot fleeing criminals in the current year even if you are on duty — but they’re not gonna promote it as a major story, much less sacralize it as some sort of “morality play,” unless it fits the “Evil White local cop shoots innocent Negro” template.

  286. Gemjunior says:
    @ruralguy

    Plus he is a fat fucking blob who has a face like a plateful o moral sins. He is as ugly as John Kerry. Useless waste of air, space and matter. I despise him. Good posting.

  287. Truth says:
    @GeneralRipper

    Oh, I get it, so all that “Confederate States, we wuz robbed” shit you write here is just Tom Foolery. Got it. I thought you actually were from the south.

    Anyway, I love in Albuquerque NM primarily because my mom and her husband are pushing 80, and they live here. They need help with the house, yard and all that so I do what I can, I love my momma, and there are no other kids within a 2 day drive.

    Which makes no difference, really, because I never said I hated honkees, or spics, you said you hated Nigguurrrz. I more or less get alone with everyone, and would be happy living anywhere from Serbia to Sierra Leone. And have lived in a few foreign countries and 4 states.

    You, on the other hand, seem even more unpopular than I am here; which is quite an accomplishment if you think about it. Sucks for you man, I don’t envy you, but I hope it all works out.

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  288. Truth says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Oh well, I figured there was one white, Island Utopia left.

    What about this one, re-inhabited yet?

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  289. Emslander says:
    @Yukon Jack

    The only thing wrong with your panoply of influencers is that you don’t put the Anti-Christ himself, Mark Zuckerberg, up there at the top.

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  290. @Truth

    Yeah and who says that absence of private property is necessarily a communist thing? Their ruler is the Queen and they don’t engage in any politics. Does sound like a utopia. If only others could learn from them, but then nobody even knows about them. Thanks for bringing them to out attention.

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  291. Richard B says:
    @RoatanBill

    What has [jew] and [Black] got to do with some police policy?

    How is this policy in any way connected with semitism and anti white? I don’t see it.

    “Crimestop means the faculty of stopping short, as though by instinct, at the threshold of any dangerous thought. It includes the power of not grasping analogies, of failing to perceive logical errors, of misunderstanding the simplest arguments if they are inimical to Ingsoc, and of being bored or repelled by any train of thought which is capable of leading in a heretical direction. Crimestop, in short, means protective stupidity.” George Orwell 1984

  292. Richard B says:
    @S

    Excellent comment S. One of the best I’ve read in a long time.

    And this particular article seems to be bringing out the best in a lot of the commenters whose point of view I respect and value, even though I don’t always agree with them.

    In any event, regarding your comment, it reminds me of what I’ve often said here and not just here. That any idea functions exactly like a scientific theory. That’s why science quickly became the model of knowing.

    Of course, that’s also why those who prefer a kind of magiacl thinking more aligned with politics and religion (same thing, different name) are constantly trying to either control or undermine the arts & sciences. Because, though our ideas may function to an extent like scientific theories, they are usually not responded to in the same way.

    Our ideas are like theories in the sense that when we apply them the results not only either validate or invalidate our ideas, but something else even more important happens.

    1. The theory’s application produces more data than we have time to respond to. That’s Quantity of Data.

    2. The application produces a kind of data the theory can’t respond to at all. In other words, Quality of Data.

    One would think that the sober and adult response to this would be to exhibit some intellectual humility and work that much hard to respond in our future endeavors in a way that is intellectually, socially and ethnically responsible.

    But that’s the last thing people operating out of The Dark Triad are capable of or even interested in. That’s why the more power they acquire through infiltration, subversion and coercion, the less adapative the cultures they control become. Which is why, as I’ve said many times before, but will say again because it’s worth repeating, what we’re really witnessing is nothing less than The Pyrrhic Victory of The Hostile Elite.

    Nothing quite fails like their success.

  293. Haddock says:

    Terribly disappointed in you Phil Giraldi, after this totally mindless defence of Chauvin. Previously, I held you in the highest regard as an objective and well informed writer.

    Please try and read Al3xander Cockburn’s take on The Chauvin trial.

  294. Truth says:
    @Commentator Mike

    No, it’s true. But then they all do own the whole island. It’s more collectivism than communism, because in communism a few people truly own everything.

    I think that sort of thing works best when everyone is related, though.

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  295. Poco says:
    @TKK

    Every judge I’ve ever encountered was a scumbag at heart.
    They hate that the law limits their ability to rule arbitrarily and will use any means to subvert it.

  296. @Truth

    Thanks for your typical heaping helping of bullshit, Troof.

    My people are originally from the South. They came to Virginia before the American Revolution as indentured servants and eventually became farmers. They fought for the Confederacy.

    After WW1 my grandfather came to Baltimore to work in the shipyards.

    Of course, thanks to the later influx of niggers after WW2, Baltimore eventually became the shithole that it is today, along with many other once great US cities. The exodus of whites began in the late 70’s and greatly accelerated in the 80’s and 90’s. For white people still working in and around Baltimore the go to area was South Central Pa. primarily because it was overwhelmingly white, the housing was affordable and the commute was tolerable, compared to Northern Va. or places like Montgomery Co etc…

    Which makes no difference, really, because I never said I hated honkees, or spics, you said you hated Nigguurrrz.

    I live around white people, and so do you. The difference is you, and all the lying hypocrites like you keep telling us that living in majority black areas is just hunky dory. No problemo…lol

    You jackasses want me, and others like me to deny what we witnessed with our own eyes, or risk being called a “racist”.

    Good luck with that.

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    , @Trinity
  297. @Truth

    The downside in such a small community which doesn’t allow the settling of (and mixing with) outsiders is that there could be (or must be) incest to keep it going.

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  298. 9593 says:

    Upcoming on HBO: “Exterminate All the Bruits”, by Raoul Peck. He earlier produced “I’m Not Your N……”
    about James Baldwin. (Can’t spell out the “N” word lest we incur punishment. In fact the movie title was bowdlerized.) This will be 4 of one hour episodes, perhaps prime time. It’s about White sins only, likely. A series that will further inter-racial tensions in America.

    https://theintercept.com/2021/05/02/exterminate-all-the-brutes-hbo/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=The Intercept Newsletter

    A balancing narrative would be the Iroquois massacre of the Illini, 1691:

    https://drloihjournal.blogspot.com/2018/11/village-of-la-vantum-massacre-of-the-illinois-indians-by-the-iroquois-and-its-aftermath.html

  299. Druid55 says:
    @tyrone

    Its hardly a democracy (us)

  300. Druid55 says:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    Agree, except for deportation to Israel. So keep the ill-gotten gains and the mafia/gangster state. Won’t change much!

  301. hillaire says:
    @bayviking

    It is quite obvious you are suffering ‘vaccine injury’….

    My Condolences..

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  302. One never really knows what a cop on duty is thinking and what he/she holds back from telling, anyone. For example, It’s my understanding that the victim and the cop worked at the same nightclub as bouncers. It begs the question, during the fatal confrontation, did Derek Chauvin already know that George Floyd was a narcotics addict? Again, it is my understanding that Floyd had three times the max dose of Fentanyl (more potent than morphine) in his blood stream during the arrest. did this contribute to respiratory failure? Was Chauvin thinking to himself, painful restraint won’t work on this guy, the stun-gun may cause cardiac arrest and …god, this dude is three times my strength (uncontrolled fear) ? yes, cops are human beings…r would you rather have robot dogs do the arresting and patrolling?

    In any case, cops are now put into an impossible situation, placed in between a rising and discontented citizenry at large v.s. the higher echelons of many failed State(s). A State comprised of bought off government officialdom, a direct result of total compromise and corruption due to a lack of true congressional campaign finance reform. This dissolution of an individuals voting right and the power it is intended to bring, has served to compounded distrust and anger against a corporatist (fascist) model of governing. Finance capitalism in cooperation with corporations, have launched a takeover of publicly owned trusts, properties and interests. It is not just a problem of the flow of capital upwards but more importantly a concentration of influence and control delivered into the hands of private individuals and their affiliates, usually transnational corporations.

    What will become of any society that finds itself compelled by those embedded governing powers, ordering police to suppress rightful protests of citizens? those same citizens it is pledged to protect? What becomes of a society that forces police to use strong arm tactics against their neighbors, cousins, fellow parishioners, union buddies, brothers, sisters, fellow veterans in war? The behind the scenes intention of this dystopian all against all strategy, is obvious. To recall a quote from one of the UK’s highest echelon members, Margret Thatcher, she crystallizes the goals of militarized policing methods and the advertising of their failures. The quote enshrines a long range plan corporatists are determined to implement against “commoners”. Her quote: “there’s no such thing as society”..So you see, folks, this divide and conquer between the policing agencies and the people serves to ensure that there is indeed- no society!

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  303. hillaire says:

    I just love this line:

    ‘One might observe that a street hood and drug addict of such little distinction has not been so beatified since Michael Brown of Ferguson Missouri.’

    it could only be bettered thus:

    ‘One might observe that a street hood and drug addict of such little distinction has not been so beatified since the last one.’

    The whole story reads like Alice in Wonderland, I mean they literally charged Mr ‘Chauvinist'(hehe) with ‘everything’… yet seem to be unable to carry through with the basic tenets of law… you know things like evidence, motive etc, etc..

    this farrago definitely puts the ‘banana’ in your ‘republic’… or perhaps the stalin in his show-trial or even the clap till ya drop don’t stop for benny nuttyahoos secret senate party…

    I think that may have been when ‘Michael Brown’ was your president..

  304. Truth says:
    @GeneralRipper

    You jackasses want me, and others like me to deny what we witnessed with our own eyes, or risk being called a “racist

    No, Old Sport, again you misunderstand. I don’t want you to do anything but be a knuckle-dragging simpleton, because, well, that is what you are capable of, and you prove it on a daily basis.

    But again, like I said, it’s all good man. Keep being you.

  305. Truth says:
    @Commentator Mike

    Yes. I wonder about that. I think some of the guys must leave and bring wives back.

  306. @James Forrestal

    A constant drumbeat of “Local cops BAD!” means that, by default, increased federal involvement/ centralization of law enforcement is GOOD.

    Kudos, I’m not seeing this discussed anywhere. Clearly the goal is to federalize all police, just like they federalized all education, all student loans, all healthcare etc.

    A TMZ (Ten Mile Zone) in D.C. will dictate cradle-to-grave life in America, including the police that bang on your door at 3 a.m. for being unvaccinated.

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  307. @Truth

    I understand that you are another bullshitting hypocrite who likes to talk the talk, but not walk the walk.

    Don’t take it too hard though, Troof. You have plenty of company here on Unz, as well as with the Left in general.

  308. @Truth

    You’ve got Ripper to the life, there. ‘Knuckle-scraping’ might be better, however. It speaks to the inchoate rage within.

    • Troll: Trinity
  309. @elmerfudzie

    Naturally nothing was made of it in the fakestream media sewer, where, indeed, mentioning it brings shrieks of ‘antisemitism’, but the training in vicious tactics in Israel, or by Israeli cop-thugs overseas, is central to the policing crisis in the West. We are ALL Palestinians, now.

  310. Trinity says:
    @GeneralRipper

    My father came to Baltimore from Georgia and went to work for General Motors in the 1950s after serving in the Korean War. LOTS of Southerners went to Baltimore. Maybe that is why they play, “Thank God I’m A Country Boy” during the seventh inning stretch in Bmore.

    Troof should know that people from NYC think of people from Baltimore as being Southern. Meanwhile Southerners think of people from Maryland, especially Baltimore, as “Yankees.” Baltimore was a FINE TOWN back in the day, I still miss my “Pizza Johns” NOT Papa Johns. haha. Miss those damn steamed crabs as well. I hope Bmore can bounce back. It was a truly great city and it was one of the cities that put America on the map. Shame what has happened there.

    Troof doesn’t know anything really, he is just an over edjumucated idiot. I sometimes wonder if Troof is being (((truthful.))) hehe.

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  311. @davidgmillsatty

    Deliberately is of course different from reckless indifference. Absent a confession by Chauvin of deliberate intent to harm or kill, you have to go with the plain reckless indifference. Here it would be manslaughter or grievous bodily harm causing death, or something similar. Intent is known only to Chauvin.

  312. @Trinity

    I’ve been to Pizza Johns lots of times. Excellent pizza and subs as well. An old buddy of mine still lives and works in Essex. Whenever I go down to see him, we usually head over there for some grub.

    Troof doesn’t know anything really, he is just an over edjumucated idiot.

    lol…Agreed.

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    , @Truth
  313. @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    I think that the blood offerings were only the work of certain Talmudist fanatics, not ‘the Jews’. The Yesha Council of Rabbis and Torah Sages, in 2006, declared that killing ‘enemy’ (ie the goyim)civilians was not just permissible, but a mitzvah, or good deed. And the number of Judaic authorities who have flat out declared Jews to be so superior in every way to the goyim, as to constitute a different species, is legion.

  314. Trinity says:
    @GeneralRipper

    I hear ya, General. I was close enough to walk to Pizza John’s.

  315. Did I miss the meaning of the title of this article, The “Shape” of Things to Come, when it has that fat ignorant moron pictured? Oh , excuse me, the word “fat” is politically incorrect these days, so I’ll just leave it at Ignorant moron.

  316. Charon says:
    @follyofwar

    He trusted his lawyer, and his lawyer wasn’t particularly competent. Unfortunately both of these things happen much more often than they should.

  317. Charon says:
    @follyofwar

    What’s different this time is that they spent decades solidifying control of the mass media, especially in its audio/visual forms: television and movies.

    Along with publishing, this control made the rest of the “long march” that much easier–and more effective.

  318. Charon says:
    @The Old Philosopher

    Hmm. Saying he can’t breathe when he’s in the police car. Saying he can’t breathe when he’s standing up. Saying he can’t breathe when he’s lying down.

    Just for starters. All classic symptoms of opioid overdose.

    Question: Do you ever read what you write? Just look at your first sentence, for example. Incoherent babbling.

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  319. Truth says:
    @GeneralRipper

    So you gentlemen both love pizza. And at a special, particular shop. And you’re pining away for the chance go go indulge in a slice again?

    Hmmmm?

    I have to say, gentlemen, I am thoroughly, and toxically disgusted by pizza or hot dogs, or anything associated with them. Not that that means ANYTHING WHATSOVER, nor am I implying anything at all. I just figured I’d bring it up so that we were all clear.

    What about you Mark, pizza or hot dog man?

    https://pedogate101.wordpress.com/2017/02/03/pizza-and-hot-dogs/

    • Replies: @GeneralRipper
  320. @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    Thanks. Note also the unrelentingly positive portrayal of the FBI [and the CIA] in major “news” media narratives over the past few years — it’s the same message, just from a different perspective.

    Thought experiment: what would happen if you showed up at a BLM protest/ riot with a sign that read “Defund the FBI” instead of the officially-approved message of “Defund the police?”

    Kind of like going to an anti-Iraq War rally in the early 200s and holding a sign that, instead of the officially-approved “No Blood for Oil” slogan, said “No More Wars for Israel”…

    • Replies: @anon
  321. I remember when “gasbag” Michael Moore, was acting like a brilliant sage and predicting that Trump would win in 2020. In other words, he knows inside his very being, that the election was stolen. LOL

  322. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    “Germany’s anti-Semitism commissioner, Felix Klein, has urged authorities to stop protesters using the Nazis’ yellow star forced on Jews in World War Two.

    Some protesters have replaced the word “Jude” (Jew) with the phrase “ungeimpft” (unvaccinated), equating Covid restrictions with the persecution of Europe’s Jewish population.

    The yellow Star of David has also been seen in protests in London.

    Mr Klein said he hoped German cities would follow Munich in banning it.

    “If people pin so-called Jewish stars on themselves in demonstrations, thereby drawing comparisons that relativise the Holocaust, then the means provided by law should be applied against them,” he told Tagesspiegel newspaper.” https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-57020697

    If the people celebrating Charle Hedbo’s cartoons and the politicans from USA continue to support the depiction of Islam’s prohet in despicable caricature inorder to offer suuport to freedom of expression,then the laws of defamation,laws against incitements .laws of monopolizing the podium for expressing the views,and laws against abuses of power should be applied to Daniel Pipes and other supporting or advising on this and similar publications .

    • Agree: annamaria
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  323. @The Alarmist

    So, Whites in Africa lose their houses to majority blacks

    Yet Fellow Whites like the Oppenheimers still have their own private international terminal at the busiest international airport in Africa — with privately-run immigration/ customs, no less.

    https://www.enca.com/money/contested-oppenheimer-or-tambo-private-terminal-opens

    https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/oppenheimers-defend-private-terminal-at-or-tambo-airport-17700972

    https://www.firebladeaviation.com

    Funny how that works…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Oppenheimer#Early_life_and_education

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicky_Oppenheimer#Early_life

    Ol’ Nicky also owns 720 square miles of land across South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. That’s a whole lot more than any Afrikaner owns. Yet for some reason, while the message one setter, one bullet is heavily promoted by various social media platforms, “One Oppenheimer, one bullet” doesn’t seem to get… quite the same level of official approval. Just imagine the response from the NYT — and ZOG — if they were screeching “One ___, one bullet”…

    White goy kulaks are the “approved” target for murderous Black attacks in South Africa. Fellow Whites are entirely off limits.

  324. @Truth

    I swear, you got a one track mind, boy…lol

    I you want to know about the best pizza joints and dive bars in white working class Baltimore, ask me or Trinity.

    If your tastes lean more towards the best bistros and bathhouses in West Hollywood and the Castro District, kindly direct your inquiries to Unz’s one and only male model and down low nigga Israelite, Troof.

  325. anon[161] • Disclaimer says:
    @James Forrestal

    Not a good analogy.

    Try, what would happen if you showed up at a BLM protest/ riot with a sign that read
    “No More Commie Critical Race Theory!”

  326. @anon

    Gauleiter Klein illustrates that no amount of grovelling to the Eternal Race will ever suffice, and ANY gesture towards their Holinesses and their culture must meet full Judeofascist consent, lest one be hurled into the Outer Dark of ‘antisemitism’ social death. You’d think that the eternal demands, the never-ending whining, the command to hold them ever in gobsmacked awe might have ignited some sort of sanity-restoring reaction by now, but, no, it just goes on and on and on.

  327. @geokat62

    I must revisited the site and saw your comment.

    he fact is, the training didn’t make him do it. The fact is, Floyd was handcuffed all the time he kneed him. The training has it that the cops puts the suspect in the prone position to handcuff him, then into the recovery position because once handcuffed, he is no longer much of a threat, and certainly not one that four cops couldn’t handle.

    Remember the defense attorney kept talking about how Chauvin acted as a reasonable officer would while at all times seeking to take account of all the conditions that were in play.

    Oh really. He continued to press down on Floyd for up to four minutes after they determined he lacked a pulse. What conclusion would a reasonable person draw from finding out the person he was kneeling on lacked a pulse? That he would turn into a Frankenstein monster and assault him if he took his knee off a dead man? That’s what the defense argument requires you to believe. It’s nonsense.

    Chauvin was in complete charge and control of the situation. He was at all times acting on his own volition. Period. That means the prosecution proved the intent the statute requires to conviction.

    The intent you are referring to his that Chauvin intended for his actions to kill Floyd. Doesn’t matter. His actions did it, and those actions were his voluntary acts.

    It’s like absolute liability in tort, the simplest example being a company engaged in blasting in a city. If the explosion they set off damages any other property, they are liable for the damages without the victim having to prove they actually intended to damage his property. The mere fact they set off the blast is all that’s required in that case to impose liability.

    Exactly the same concept with Chauvin.

    In any case, why do you suppose that during closing argument, his attorney kept insisting Chauvin acted as a reasonable officer would do which was absurd given the expert witnesses the prosecution presented about police training, especially when the Chief of police made clear what he did violated training?

    Any clues?

    Okay, let me help you out. It’s because it was impossible for them to argue that anything Chauvin did were involuntary acts. They were all voluntary acts, the prosecution proved it, and the defense closing argument acknowledged it because the evidence at trial made it impossible for them to argue otherwise..

    • Replies: @geokat62
  328. @Charon

    Asks:

    Question: Do you ever read what you write? Just look at your first sentence, for example. Incoherent babbling.

    Yes I do, but have a tendency to miss typos or omit a word after I rewrite a sentence.

    So let me help you out with the offending sentence. It should have read (with additions in italics and deletions within brackets): “Perfect display of congenital racists prejudices that must equip you with fracture[s]d glasses that shut out all light and leaves you groping in the dark to make sense of the world.

    The “s” in place of the “d” is, of course, because those are adjoining letters on the key board, and as a hunt and peck typist, hitting the wrong key happens all the time that I don’t always catch.

    But it’s actually the thought that counts. You did get it, didn’t you? It’s just that the only response you could muster was to quibble over my typing skills.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  329. geokat62 says:
    @The Old Philosopher

    he fact is, the training didn’t make him do it…

    It’s because it was impossible for them to argue that anything Chauvin did were involuntary acts. They were all voluntary acts…

    Excerpt from, Minneapolis Police Knee on Neck Policy: MPD’s Restraint & Chokehold Rules Before & After George Floyd’s Death:

    The Minneapolis Police Department updated their use-of-force policy and training manual, which now bans neck restraints and chokeholds. That policy changed after the death of George Floyd on May 25, 2020. Jurors will be asked to determine whether former MPD officer Derek Chauvin violated policy when he pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes, and whether his death constitutes unintentional murder or manslaughter.

    https://heavy.com/news/minneapolis-police-knee-on-neck-restraints-chokeholds-policy/

    So, the whole case turned on whether DC violated the Minneapolis PD’s use-of-force policy and training manual.

    It appears that had DC restrained GF in the “knee on neck” position for a shorter period of time, the jury would have determined that he would not have been in violation of the use-of-force policy and training manual.

  330. So your response demolishes the notion he didn’t “intend” to do it. He in fact did it of his own volition. Period. Paragraph. End of story.

    Next, I guess you didn’t get the import of this part of the story you cited:

    Few police departments in the state allowed that type of neck restraint, but in Minneapolis the use-of-force tactic was authorized as a “non-deadly force option” in certain circumstances, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune (e.a.).

    If guess your incapable of comprehending the meaning of it being authorized only as a ‘”non-deadly force option.’” Since by converting it into a deadly force option by using it to kill Floyd, he again did that on his own volition and entirely contrary to what the policy authorized.

    And then, of course, you completely ignore the import of the phrase “in certain circumstances.”

    You of course forgot to mention what those “certain circumstances” are and whether Chauvin in fact used them in and only in exactly those circumstances. Since it was to be used in the first instance as a “non-deadly force” option, and Chauvin’s use of it killed Floyd, it affords him no defense and the jury reached the correct conclusion about his guilt.

    Now, if you keep insisting poor old Chauvin was just an innocent bystander as Floyd expired from other causes as he would have in any case so Chauvin had nothing to do with it, you will certainly be buttressing a conclusion that your take on the case is fueled by pure congenital prejudices.

  331. Just how smart are White people like Michael Moore? Apparently not very smart. Does he think that he is exempt from the Wokeness of those who hate whites? Do his fans? Once again, STUPID IS AS STUPID DOES. Should a tipping point against whites come to a head, does Moore and other white “dumb coughs” believe they will be perceived differently from those whites they have railed against? They will be perceived as nothing more than useful idiots, as were the comrades in the Soviet Union that served the states purpose before being eliminated.

  332. @Jim Christian

    “I highly recommend the reading of Metallicman’s posts.

    “Time will tell, eh?

  333. Polistra says:
    @The Old Philosopher

    No, that’s just the part you chose to snip. It was about coherent thought, which continues to elude you, and even your so-called correction is still a complete mess. The confused language reflects your confused mindset.

    Meanwhile (and much more significantly) you decided to skip over Charon’s main points entirely–which appeared at the outset of his post–and focus on what you call typos. I doubt anyone here is “in the dark” about why you chose to do that.

  334. @Stephen Paul Foster

    “The Derrick Chauvin trial was a show trial …”

    Indeed it was.

    See here for more:

    “Some things you may not know about the Derek Chauvin Trial”

    http://mileswmathis.com/chauvin.pdf

  335. No, the part I snipped was the substance of his response.

    Here is the part I skipped that was his answer to my comment disputing his prior claim about Floyd having died of a drug overdose by my describing how Floyd’s behavior for a period before he was arrested manifested none of the symptoms of such a drug overdose that would necessarily have occurred closer to the time when he took the drug than the symptoms suddenly manifesting themselves well afterwards when prior to then there were no symptoms of it. I guess you skipped the expert witnesses who explained that to you, or your fractured racists spectacles kept you from apprehending it

    And that’s the part your racist pal ignored entirely.

    Instead, he substituted an attack on my typing and editing skills.

    So to make thus clear, this is the part I skipped:

    Hmm. Saying he can’t breathe when he’s in the police car. Saying he can’t breathe when he’s standing up. Saying he can’t breathe when he’s lying down.

    Just for starters. All classic symptoms of opioid overdose.

    And so we are entirely clear about what nonsense his claims were, can you explain why Floyd said none of those things when he was initially handcuffed and told to sit on the sidewalk. He in fact was perfectly calm and was no threat to anybody, and this all happened much closer in time to when he could have taken drugs than when much later he was forced into a prone position after he was already handcuffed.

    Now he actually started to resists when the cops tried to force him into the narrow confines of the back of the police car that had a plastic shield between the front and back. He said he couldn’t go in there because he was claustrophobic. But did good old Chauvin, the cops who his defense lawyer claimed was oh so reasonable by at all times taking into consideration every possibility that the conditions he faced presented him and always took the most reasonable actions available ever for a single instant consider that and act accordingly.

    Let me make clear what in my view prompted Chauvin’s actions reflected : “Hey, n****er, are you gonna do what I’m telling you to do, or you going wish your motherfucking ass you had?”

    That’s mentality that got Floyd killed, and why the jury got Chauvin good for it.

    There is nothing confused about my mind set.

    What your defense of Chauvin exhibits that I described depicts your character that shows it to be like the portrait of Dorian Gray that reflected his perverted and debased morality that was the product of how he lived.

    I certainly understand why you don’t like it. The truth reveals and condemns what you are about.

    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  336. bayviking says:

    Neo-liberalism persists, despite the endless disasters it produces, because it is the ideology of capitalism. But the likes of Biden and Trump, Pelosi and McConnell (imaginary opponents), and their media cheerleaders, don’t want you to see it that way. Their proposed solution to the disasters of neo-liberalism is more neo-liberal centrism. Indeed, they insist they are right and a dying world is wrong.

    There is little doubt that neo-liberal post-Afghanistan, Iraq, Libyan and Syrian wars, the economic collapse of 2008 and Trump world are besieged. But, a hefty portion of what passes for political discourse is directed at attacking the “new” centrists. It is genuinely bewildering, however, how anyone could’ve made it through Iraq, ’08, and Trump and remained a neo-liberal. Iraq illustrates the fatal limitations of their global vision, the Great Recession did that for their economic models, and 2016 shattered any illusions of democratic legitimacy.

    Libertarianism and neo-liberal economics are the same thing. Libertarianism is paradox. Right at the moment Libertarians were most vociferously demanding liberty, they did so while upholding the most depraved chattel slavery. When they declared the necessity of self-determination, its ideologues were undertaking the almost total annihilation of North America’s first nations. The continent had to be made safe for the free market.

    But Libertarians will not countenance this reality, it doesn’t fit with their cognitive maps. To them, the logic of the market  is above criticism. After all, through it we have equality, freedom, and smart phones. This perfect system, which works best of all in minds poisoned by game theory, is forced into every part of society. The idea of a moral economy — i.e. all economies that existed before the Industrial Revolution — is lost; a dangerously utopian one is born.

    [MORE]

    While the working class is enthusiastically revisiting older illusions, it’s only among progressives like OAS and Sanders that real solutions emerge. An old anarchist can perhaps help make sense of this. Education in the hands of the state and business (which is what universities increasingly are), Noam Chomsky has remarked, is a synonym for indoctrination.

    No imagination is required for the libertarian to see how their utopia has failed, and so, inevitably, they resort to mythology. The curse of irresistible progress is irresistible regression. A belief in unstoppable, uncomplicated and irreversible “Progress” may be comforting but it leaves a people utterly unprepared in the face of history.

    Believers in progress like to think of themselves as the party of hope, actually have little need of hope, since they have history on their side. But their lack of it incapacitates them for intelligent action. Improvidence, a blind faith that things will somehow work out for the best, furnishes a poor substitute for the disposition to see things as they really are.

    These policies, alongside wholesale ethnic cleansing and racialized slavery, were what made the US a force to be reckoned with.But, in the 20th century they began to preach from a different hymn sheet. Suddenly high tariffs and sizeable state intervention equaled economic ruin. And so poorer nations were taught, with a mixture of disciplinary wars and, later, IMF strong-arm tactics that they had to keep their economies open to foreign exploitation. No doubt this made some very rich, but it left entire nations impoverished.

    The calamity is not that individuals have fallen behind society or its material production. The development of the machine has become the machinery of control, so that technical and social tendencies, always intertwined, converge in the total encompassing of human beings, those who have lagged behind represent not only untruth. The progress of power is constantly renewing degeneration, which proves successful progress, not failed progress, to be its own antithesis.

    The idea that late capitalism is a meritocracy is yet another cherished fantasy. Even Hayek, if only in private, had to admit that success in the market was largely a matter of chance.

    Another is the commonplace faith in civil discourse. All this talk can give neo-liberal politics the appearance of genuine plurality. The telling phrase “the free marketplace of ideas” is incessantly used. They claim that this is how differences are mediated, conflicts settled, and, ultimately, progress made. But, questions about power are always something neo-liberals avoid. Libertarians understand exactly which side their bread is buttered on. To ensure endless publicity in the mainstream, questions which might implicate empire, or trigger a serious interrogation of the reigning economic myths are entirely absent from their discourse.

    Politics under this regime concludes where private enterprise and property begin. Public energies are instead funneled into mostly inconsequential, and infinitely tedious, arguments. Walter Lippmann wrote, “the public must be put in its place … [so that we may] live free of the trampling and the roar of a bewildered herd”. By ‘we’ they mean the political and intellectual elite, liberal and conservative. The people at large could have their outlets, their never-ending “culture wars”,  but where it matters, they are spectators.  With no ties to get in the way of profit-seeking, the world was truly up for grabs.

    Libertarianism won’t be defeated with words, any more than feudalism was brought down by verse. Libertarianism created the world we live in. It will ultimately be the victim of it. Arable soil is disappearing, ice caps are melting, the sea is rising, whole forests are alight. The number of climate refugees by 2050 is estimated to be in the hundreds of millions. The centre will not hold.

    How devoted to laissez-faire they will be when the state is the only institution with the power to respond to the demands of the citizenry. It won’t be long before the great political metamorphosis is upon us. Which way will your favorite libertarian go?

  337. @annamaria

    “In a healthy society, the geriatric harpies Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi would be put in a psychiatric ward already.”

    Agree one thousand times!

  338. bayviking says:
    @annamaria

    It is ridiculous to place Pelosi and Waters in the same category. Pelosi, like Biden, belong in the neo-liberal (Libertarian) camp, but not Waters. You have let partisanship get in the way of clear thinking. Whether, Latins stayed away from the census only in California, remains to be seen. Housing remains in strong demand and California traffic jams are surpassed only by Asian cities. I cannot help think Republicans seized their latest census opportunity to cheat, as they did in every election until 2020. When the cheating was no longer feasible, Trump claimed fraud.

    The said California Real Estate prices make it a poor place to retire or start a new business. It isn’t even close, on the geriatric harpies category, Dianne Fienstein takes the cake, not only because of her age, but she is going the way of Ronnie Reagan faster than anyone.

  339. bayviking says:
    @hillaire

    Are you capable of presenting a logical argument of merit in there anywhere ??? Of course not.

  340. There are still two kinds of people, the sheep vs the goats, or the wheat vs the tares/chaff. The Children of God vs the children of the devil, the elect vs the reprobate, etc etc. Most are on the broad path that leads to permanent destruction, and a few are on the narrow path that leads to eternal life. So, in the long run, woke culture, etc is just a passing fad. Yawn.

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