Kirjoittaja Aihe: 2020-05-25 George Floydin kuolema Minneapolisissa ja BLM-protestit ympäri maailmaa  (Luettu 378433 kertaa)


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Kysymys: demonstroiko oikeudenkäynnissä puolustus, että normaalitilanteessa Chauvinin otteet eivät aiheuta kohtuutonta vaaraa? Ts. siten, että jos Chauvinin painoinen höyhensarjalainen kontrolloi Yrjön kokousta järkälettä, niin mikäli kontrolloitava on terveydeltään normaali ja ei ole käyttänyt miestä väkevämpää, niin lopputulos on, että mitään ei tapahdu?
Eiköhän se olennaisin kysymys ole se, että saiko Chauvin ja apurinsa millään lailla puolueettoman oikeudenkäynnin. Taisi kyseinen tuomarikin siihen suuntaan viitata, että näin ei käynyt.

Eikä tietenkään puolustuksen tarvitse osoittaa syyttömyyttään mihinkään.


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Englantilainen jalkapallojoukkue Leicester city pelasi Eurooppa-liigan ottelun varsovalaisjoukkuetta vastaan Varsovassa.  Siinä vaiheessä kun Leicesterin pelaajat tekivät vakiopolvistumisensa, fanit levittivät ison banderollin, jossa oli erään entisen puolalaisen voimamiehen kuva ja teksti "Kneel before his majesty".  Fria Tiderissä on hauska kuva tapahtumasta:

Ehkäpä tuollainen psyykkaus auttoi: Legia Warszawa voitti 1-0.

Mitä luulette, tulkitaanko tuo jäynä ihmisoikeusrikkomukseksi?


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Hyvä idea! Tuota voisikin varioida esimerkiksi vaikkapa Idi Aminin ja muitten vastaavien neekerisankarien kuvilla.
Pesunkestävä militaristivaskisti.


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Näin sitä "autetaan mustia"... Suomessa nyt ei olla tietenkään (vielä?) samassa tilanteessa, mutta hyvin samantyyppistä kehitystä on täälläkin nähtävissä.

The Real “Domestic Terror” is BLM’s Murder Explosion, And We’ve Got the Shocking Numbers

September 2021 marked the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It was a somber occasion, as millions of Americans looked back on one of the worst atrocities in American history, and that calamitous foreign policy America embarked on in response to it.

Revolver writes “one of” the worst atrocities, because there are deeds that killed far more Americans than 9/11 did. In fact, America is living through one of those atrocities right now. Newly-released FBI numbers confirm something that has been apparent for the last year: The Black Lives Matter movement is the deadliest entirely-preventable atrocity inflicted on the American public in the past two decades.

On first hearing, that might sound preposterous. But it’s not. The human cost of the Black Lives Matter movement has been worse than 9/11, worse than the War on Terror, worse than Pearl Harbor, worse than every spree shooting in American history combined. And the very government that enabled so much of BLM’s carnage has produced the numbers to prove it.

On Monday, the FBI released its official tally for homicides in the U.S. for the year 2020. The numbers confirm what was obvious even before last year ended: 2020 was the worst explosion of murder in American history, and it wasn’t close.

    The United States in 2020 experienced the biggest rise in murder since the start of national record-keeping in 1960, according to data gathered by the F.B.I. for its annual report on crime.

    The Uniform Crime Report will stand as the official word on an unusually grim year, detailing a rise in murder of around 29 percent. The previous largest one-year change was a 12.7 percent increase in 1968. [NYT]

That 29% increase amounts to just under five thousand additional murders in 2020 compared to the year before.

And that’s only the beginning, because murders did not return to normal in 2021. Instead, murders have stayed high, and will likely end this year even higher than the year before.

    The evidence from big cities suggests murder is still up in 2021 relative to 2020, although the increase is not nearly as big. My collection of data from 87 cities with publicly available year-to-date data shows murder up by 9.9 percent relative to comparable points in 2020. Some cities like Portland, Ore., and Las Vegas are seeing big increases relative to last year; some big cities like Chicago and New York are seeing flat numbers after sizable increases in 2020; and some places like St. Louis (which had the nation’s highest murder rate in 2020) are seeing sizable declines. The first half of this year largely followed the pattern begun in the second half of last year. [NYT]

Leading the way in America’s murder explosion are some of America’s most fervently left-wing cities. (…)

Revolver could recite more gruesome city stats all day. But instead, let’s put it all in perspective. If that 10 percent increase in murders holds this year, then across 2020 and 2021 America will suffer twelve thousand more murders than it would have if the murder rate held steady.


What happened? You know. Everybody knows. America’s murder surge isn’t statistical noise or a sociological quirk. It was inflicted on America by an activist class and the politicians who willingly enabled them.

But the press prefers to play dumb. The New York Times, and every other major publication, pretends that this surge in homicides is deeply mysterious:

    The reasons for the rise may never be fully sorted out, but analysts have pointed to many possible contributing factors, including various pandemic stresses; increased distrust between the police and the public after the murder of George Floyd, including a pullback by the police in response to criticism; and increased firearm carrying. [NYT]

To speak bluntly for a moment, bullshit. There is no mystery here, no dizzying array of confounding factors that makes causes and effects impossible to untangle. You know the truth, they know the truth, everyone knows the truth: This murder surge is the Black Lives Matter murder surge.


Murders in 2020 didn’t surge when coronavirus lockdowns hit, and they didn’t surge when they ended. No, America’s murder explosion coincides almost exactly with the precise moment George Floyd’s sad life came to its sad, predictable end from a fentanyl overdose on a Minneapolis street.

What happened after Floyd died? Again, it’s no mystery. America’s cities large and small erupted in an explosion of “mostly peaceful protests.” Politicians and major papers talked seriously about “abolishing the police” (in Minneapolis, it’s actually on the ballot this fall). The left vilified and defamed police officers as a class. Police got the message. Stops went down, tactics were scaled back, and experienced officers quit in droves. Criminals became emboldened to commit more flagrant crimes and carry illegal weapons.


    “People see us as the enemy and we’re not. All we’re trying to do is help the people of the community, the city of Chicago.”


    For this retired officer, who left with the department with numerous commendations, the streets of Chicago, became too much.

    “We get spit on. We get things thrown at us, you know, you, they’re fighting with us. People are protesting, calling us names and not just the protestors,” said the retired officer. “But you’ve got the people who are supposed to have our back in government.” [CBS Chicago]


Once again, the deliberate cluelessness, the desperate will to ignore the obvious, is stunning and inexcusable. It isn’t “the pandemic” that caked Oakland’s streets with blood. From January through May of 2020, the city recorded 24 murders, high for most cities but pedestrian for Oakland. After the George Floyd “racial reckoning” commenced, though, murders went up and have never come down.

And they will never come down, so long as American leaders embrace lies. As long as they blame police for America’s high crime rates, as long as they focus on ignoring crimes instead of punishing them, and as long as they worry more about the phantom threat of racism than stopping actual predators, then America’s crime rate will stay out of control.

But the most important lie of all is the lie about Black Lives Matter.  BLM is a movement built on the complete myth that American police are systemically racist, and the fabrication that America has an “epidemic” of police executing unarmed black men. As long as America’s most powerful institutions (including many figures in the GOP) willingly embrace the lie that BLM is a positive movement that has done good for America, no recovery is possible.

The data is in and it is clear. The time has come for a total and absolute rejection of BLM and its tenets, and recognition of reality: BLM is one of the most destructive and lethal movements ever in American history. Other failed political causes might be measured in lower economic growth, urban blight, or declining happiness. But the failure of BLM is a simple one that can be measured only in blood.


The BLM/Covid-19 regime of 2021 America is the worst of both worlds. America gets all the totalitarian restrictions of a dystopian surveillance state—and all the anarchy and dirt and violence of a Third World slum. In its rotting urban cores, the Globalist American Empire merges the the most repugnant elements of East Germany, South Africa, and Brazil.


BLM reflects a familiar model of political control that relies on identifying racial/ethnic tensions, exacerbating these tensions in the media, and then leveraging NGOs to mobilizing mass protest movements based on these tensions. We see precisely this “Color Revolution” model in the way the Globalist American Empire exercises influence, control, and sometimes even regime change in target regimes abroad. (…)

Whereas our previous reporting focused on contested election scenarios as the flash-point for mass mobilization, BLM shows how America’s ruling class uses the death of George Floyd and other radicalized flashpoints in nearly identical fashion to wield and consolidate power during election seasons.

The bad news is that groups like BLM and the “woke” ideologies that sustain them are absolutely central to the way the Regime operates. To remove the “woke” ideology from our present power structure would be less like skimming icing off a cake, and more like performing a heart transplant—difficult and dangerous, but possible and, at the moment, necessary. The first step toward performing this operation is understanding the nature and severity of the disease. And at this point, it is clear that the disease has progressed to the point that the American Regime cannot afford to give up wokeness, or groups like BLM that weaponize it, no matter how many innocent Americans have to die as collateral.
"The Left is not necessarily aiming at totalitarianism. But their know-it-all mindset leads repeatedly and pervasively in that direction" - Thomas Sowell, 2015

"They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it" - Time, 2021