Sunday, May 31, 2020

George Floyd, the hero that broke the camel's back

The U.S. has reached the breaking point and where they go next is dependent on it's citizens. They're going to need to either go all the way, or give up now, the police response tells you everything you need to know about what the system in the U.S. thinks about their citizens' complaints and the bare minimal in charges laid against Derek Chauvin as well as the refusal to arrest and charge any of the other officers even though it's clear they were also involved and complicit tells you everything you need to know about what the system thinks of George Floyd's murder vs the sanctity of the police force despite whatever the talking heads on T.V. are saying.
The true irony is George Floyd was murdered for allegedly using counterfeit money to buy some cigarettes.
Floyd, a Houston native who had worked security for a nightclub, was arrested for allegedly using counterfeit money at a store to buy cigarettes on Monday evening.
Using counter-counterfeit money; well it's no wonder the banker's police were so angry! Counterfeiting money is a privilege held by the owning elite and only theirs shall be used. They're mostly all white people and expect the black man to earn his keep via one of the CIA's many convenient illegal narcotic distributors.


I've decided to wait and see how things play out before writing any commentary on these protests. Information about them is still quite fluid, there is clearly a lot of dynamics and opposing forces. One thing is certain this is way beyond George Floyd now.

Perhaps if they had arrested and charged Chauvin when the video went viral they might have pacified Americans with a third degree murder charge. Perhaps if they'd arrested and charged all 4 officers after waiting 4 days they may have been able to avoid the chaos.

But the U.S. empire doesn't want to avoid the chaos, the U.S. empire needs the chaos.
What I am observing is that the American public has lost it's faith and respect for the justice system and police. This is much bigger than George Floyd, he is simply the hero that broke the camel's back and now a symbol of something more.

It goes beyond police murders of P.O.C. as well. Take for instance Jeffrey Epstein and every other fucking rich dickhead. The cameras cutting out prior to his "suicide", the questions about the autopsy. There's a Netflix documentary now about what a piece of shit he was rolling in his riches. Justice?

The utter failure and racist criminal stink of the U.S. justice system, the country with the largest prison population on the planet, has finally discredited itself to the point that the police are no longer considered police in the eyes of the public, nor should they be, and enough so that despite the destructiveness of the riots the protests seem to be maintaining a level of support.

Back in 2014 my late friend Michael C. Ruppert did a feature with Vice, his last before his suicide. In it he described what the police in the U.S. had become: a paramilitary force that had declared Americans the enemy. He discussed how they had been taken over via the Patriot Act at a Federal level.


You want to know why the actions of the police and the words of the government officials that supposedly operate them seem to differ? Take for instance the governor of Minnesota apologizing for the obviously deliberate arrest of a CNN news team, only for police nationally to deliberately target reporters everywhere tonight.
The police in these instances now are operated by Homeland Security, and they're simply a shell of the banks and the CIA.








Back in 2014 I found a video of crowd control training. I found it so important I posted it to my blog but sadly the video has been removed (I'm not sure when that happened, and I've been unable to find it again). I can only describe what I saw in it for you now: what it showed was police learning how to attack unarmed protesters. None of the training shown in it had any sort of aggression on the protesters part aside from words. And the response they were being trained in? Unhinged aggression.

Our police are trained for this in Canada too. While the U.S. was outfit over multiple protests and Homeland Security other nations have been preparing too. The G20 as it toured the globe provided excuses for numerous western nations to outfit their police force with excessive crowd control hardware. Police forces from all across Canada went to Toronto to participate and were likewise armed from it.

The G20 provided excellent cover to arm and test the equipment, as well as the systems, the capacity for officers to attack citizens and journalists, and the response from the citizens for when the real shit finally hit the fan from all of the building inequality and the ponzi-conomy. Something eventually inevitably was going to give.
The G20, being Canada's only large scale training exercise provides a textbook example of the tactics that will be deployed and have been deployed now with the George Floyd protests.

Press for Truth put a documentary together on the G20, watch it to see the tactics in action.



How to unleash a police state in 4 easy steps!

Step 1) Wait for or plan a protest that directly challenges the state's legitimacy. Most protests don't really challenge the power of those in control as they focus on policy as opposed to the system's structural violence. Occupy, Black Lives Matter, and G20 however fit the bill.

And at this point it isn't just Black Lives Matter either, wake up whitey, the police aren't exactly your friend right now either are they?

Step 2) Allow the protest to develop into something that gains attention. With the G20 this was easy, the media was even "predicting" the "trouble" that was going to come later. While with something spontaneous like George Floyd it may take a few days for traction.

Step 3) Unleash the agitators. During this phase the protest will be infiltrated by paramilitary undercover cops.
This happened at the G20 as well. The riot will be allowed to run un-opposed by the police presence they have waiting for the unsuspecting public. The destruction is used to try and turn popular opinion against the protests. They may leave cars abandoned to be burned, and encourage looting and rioting via their agitators. It's not to say that all the rioters are police, but typically they are trained in how to lead crowds into action.
The police will also act out to anger the people.


Questions raised over masked white man with umbrella seen calmly smashing windows before Minneapolis riots

Step 4) Once the public justification is made it's time to unleash the police.
The police do not oppose those actually rioting, the police oppose the peaceful. The old. The fragile. The young. The journalists. The people.

Because it's the American people that have been declared the enemy.




And the future is now.


Please take 9 minutes of silence in honor of hero George Floyd.





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Richard Fantin is a self-taught software developer who has mostly throughout his career focused on financial applications and high frequency trading. He currently works for CenturyLink

Nazayh Zanidean is a Project Coordinator for a mid-sized construction contractor in Calgary, Alberta. He enjoys writing as a hobby on topics that include foreign policy, international human rights, security and systemic media bias.

3 comments:

  1. George Floyd was a victim and the officers deserve punishment for their actions but please be clear that Mr. Floyd is far from being a Hero for which this post fails to reflect.

    The facts are that he was a serial criminal.
    Here's his past:
    > George Floyd moved to Minneapolis in 2014 after being released from prison in Houston, Texas following an arrest for aggravated robbery.
    > On May 25, 2020, Floyd was arrested for passing a counterfeit $20 bill at a grocery store in Minneapolis.
    > He was under the influence of fentanyl and methamphetamine at the time of arrest.
    > Floyd has more than a decade-old criminal history at the time of the arrest and went to jail for at least 5 times.
    > George Floyd was the ringleader of a violent home invasion. He plead guilty to entering a woman’s home, pointing a gun at her stomach and searching the home for drugs and money, according to court records
    > Floyd was sentenced to 10 months in state jail for possession of cocaine in a December 2005 arrest.
    > He had previously been sentenced to eight months for the same offense, stemming from an October 2002 arrest.
    > Floyd was arrested in 2002 for criminal trespassing and served 30 days in jail.
    > He had another stint for a theft in August 1998.

    Again... I agree on the police brutally on this case and unfortunately it cost Mr. Floyd his life but please.... don't praise him as a hero because that he wasn't.

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    1. Hi Unknown,

      First before I respond to your content it's important you understand the context with which this is written. This blog focuses on trends and commentary for a niche audience. It was written days before Candace Owens said anything, and if you actually read my post you'll understand the context is that he is "the hero that broke the camel's back". He is a catalyst now, his death is a symbol of the injustice that extends far beyond George Floyd. The very fact you are here on my blog you never would have found otherwise, due to a debate about whether he is a "hero" or not shows my title was on point.

      Now lets get into your points (which are effectively simply the points/record being pushed by Candace Owens)

      The majority of Floyd's offenses were drug related, which as I point out in my post the CIA and the banks on Wall Street in cooperation with numerous police departments for decades have conspired to push drugs on Americans. This is structural violence. So what if Floyd was high? Addiction is a disease. Not a reason to die.

      Yes, he was in a gang and did some violent crime. Nobody is saying George Floyd is perfect. But there was more to him than that, for instance a recent recording here: https://twitter.com/ScgShow/status/1268612035207548928

      You make it sound simple and easy. That's not how it is for everyone.

      George Floyd's record does not negate his symbolism of the injustice, because its not about George Floyd, as I said in my post he is simply the hero that broke the camel's back. Yes, the people on the streets want justice for George Floyd, but do you understand why he's now a "hero"? Because they see the injustice done to themselves, in him, in his pain, in his video.

      Now something you should be asking is why is Candice Owens trying to take that away from the black community? Why is her focus in the midst of all of this systemic criminality by the police (a small snapshot seen above in my post) on George Floyd's record while she claims Trump is fighting "the globalists"? Try to keep perspective here, because a huge part of the globalists are the CIA infested cops. Now whhy isn't she talking about them?

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