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我已经在互联网上搜索了,找不到所谓的第二次验尸-“乔治·弗洛伊德(George Floyd)的家人聘请的所谓的“独立验尸”。 我毫不费力地找到了官方的体检医师的报告,但是没有第二次尸检的迹象。 那些确信它存在的人请给我发送URL。 它将证明您是比我更好的互联网搜索者。

根据现有信息,“第二次尸检”包括CNN的断言,这是其他新闻回声的骗子的集合。 因此,这些报刊记者创建了一个根本不存在的“第二次尸检”,就像他们为塔利班创建了俄罗斯门和俄罗斯悬赏金一样,杀死了阿富汗总统特朗普据称拒绝采取任何行动的美军。 特朗普究竟如何对不存在的事物做些什么? 试想想象人们如此愚蠢,以致白痴认为必须由俄罗斯支付塔利班才能杀死试图占领阿富汗的美军。 塔利班已经杀死美国占领军已有二十年了! 为什么突然有俄罗斯悬赏要求塔利班杀死美军? 这只是更炮制的反特朗普宣传。

同样,如果不存在第二次尸检,而该尸检据称可以断定Chauvin谋杀了Floyd,则该尸检又如何被驳回?

确实存在两次被解雇的前医学检查员,首先由纽约市解雇,然后由萨福德县解雇,萨福尔德县充当雇工向媒体发表煽动性言论,以支持民事诉讼。 他的名字叫迈克尔·巴登(Michael Baden)。

巴登没有进行第二次尸检。 他观看了Chauvin军官的视频,并认为Chauvin通过切断大脑的氧气和血液杀死了Floyd。 在这种夸夸其谈的步法中,福克斯新闻社的右翼白痴肖恩·汉尼提(Sean Hannity)帮助了他。

媒体上没有任何地方提到弗洛伊德现有的严重健康状况,他的吸毒成瘾或血液中的芬太尼水平超过了致命剂量。 体检医师的报告被报刊媒体和包括起诉肖文军官的检察官在内的公共当局所忽视。

芬太尼过量的后果是无法呼吸和心脏病发作。 自己查一下。 我已经在前面的专栏中提供了链接,这里再次是–https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/fentanyl

特别注意:

“您可以过量服用芬太尼吗? 是的,一个人可以过量服用芬太尼。 当药物产生严重的不良反应和危及生命的症状时,就会发生药物过量。 当人们过量服用芬太尼时,他们的呼吸会减慢或停止。 这可以减少到达大脑的氧气量,这种情况称为缺氧。 缺氧可导致昏迷和永久性脑损伤,甚至死亡。”

“合成阿片类药物,包括芬太尼,现在是美国药物过量死亡中最常见的药物。 2017年,与阿片类药物有关的死亡中有59.8%与芬太尼有关,而14.3年为2010%。” —https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/fentanyl

“ 70,200年估计有2017例药物过量死亡,其中最大的增长与芬太尼及其类似物有关,过量死亡28,400多个。 但是,这些数字可能被低估了。” - https://www.drugs.com/illicit/fentanyl.html

Oxfordtreatment.com的致命剂量为2毫克–https://www.oxfordtreatment.com/substance-abuse/fentanyl/lethal-dose/

Drugfreeworld.org的致命剂量为3毫克– https://www.drugfreeworld.org/newsletter/issue13/the-truth-about-fentanyl.html

根据harmreductionohio.org的说法,过量服用700毫克(少于1000毫克)很可能导致死亡。 一毫克(250微克)带有“一定死亡的危险”。 两毫克,死亡是必然的,也是不可避免的。 2,000毫克(一毫克的四分之一)的剂量可以杀死不耐受的使用者。 “传统医学观点认为,2微克是'最小致死剂量',换句话说,这是最小的致命剂量。 这个估计值太高了。 向静脉内注射两千微克(XNUMX毫克)纯净的芬太尼会导致即使是最重的海洛因使用者也要过量服用-特别是如果芬太尼与海洛因,酒精或Xanax等任何其他物质混合时。 https://www.harmreductionohio.org/how-much-fentanyl-will-kill-you-2/

这些是非常小的数量。 “救援人员应对过量用药时必须小心-触摸或吸入它可能会致命。” - https://www.drugfreeworld.org/newsletter/issue13/the-truth-about-fentanyl.html

不要写信给我你的想法。 您认为不是问题。 事实就是问题。 如果您现在不掌握事实,那么您根本就不知道。 无知和操纵的情感不是达成真理的基础。

弗洛伊德(Floyd)的血统工作没有提及芬太尼或汉尼蒂(Hannity)在对受雇的枪手迈克尔·巴登(Michael Baden)进行的有效采访中显示出很高的芬太尼水平,他打算通过民事诉讼使自己和弗洛伊德(Floyd)的“家庭”千万富翁。 毫无疑问,Baden感谢Hannity为他的客户提供了公开论坛。

弗洛伊德没有提到致命剂量的危险类鸦片,已知会停止呼吸并导致心脏病发作,因此聘请的枪手迈克尔·巴登(Michael Baden)可以宣判查文警官有罪。

这就是媒体想要听到的。 这就是政客们所投资的。这就是汉尼的愚蠢之举作为左翼武器。

在这里,我试图捍卫真理。 没有第二次尸检,但每个人都确信有尸检。 当不负责任的媒体撒谎时,一个拒绝说话的声音能达到什么效果?

为什么需要进行“第二次尸检”? 据CNN完全没有理由。 据美国有线电视新闻网报道,官方体检医师的报告支持弗洛伊德之死是警察杀人案。 如果是这样,为什么“弗洛伊德家族”必须雇人说同样的话?

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但这只是CNN的另一个谎言。 体检医师的报告中没有提及凶杀。 警察没有责备。体检医师的报告标题被有意歪曲的媒体所隐瞒,以暗示警察至少在弗洛伊德的死中占了很小的一部分。

亲自阅读体检医师的报告: https://www.scribd.com/document/464269559/George-Floyd-Autopsy-FULL-REPORT#from_embed

该报告指出:“未发现威胁生命的伤害。” 体检医师报告中的标题不过是所调查因素的列表。 Amerian新闻媒体伪造了体检医师报告标题中“约束”一词的含义,以表示警察的约束导致了弗洛伊德的死亡。

总结一下:迈克尔·巴登(Michael Baden)没有做尸检。 他对每个人都看过的视频提供了自私的解释。 美国有线电视新闻网(CNN)将其转变为“第二次尸检”。 其他媒体也选择了CNN将视频解释误解为尸体解剖,并创建了第二次尸体解剖的“事实”。 体检医师的报告中没有提及凶杀或使用“杀人”一词,也没有提及警察克制是导致弗洛伊德呼吸困难和死亡的“汇合因素”。 警察或没有警察,过量服用芬太尼足以杀死他。 请注意,没有媒体提及弗洛伊德血液中致命的芬太尼浓度。 弗洛伊德被警察谋杀对许多人来说非常重要,这种情感反应使事实不堪重负。 媒体敦促我们对视频的情感反应做出判断,而无需检查事实。

还请考虑“和平抗议”并不是多个城市的自发性爆发。 在抗议地点有预先交付的成堆的砖块。 “和平示威者”带着装满混凝土块的背包到达。 安提法(Antifa)随时准备发起抢劫,焚烧和暴力行动。 新闻界试图掩盖这些事实,但《黑色议程》报告肯定了“自发抗议”是事先计划的:

乔治·弗洛伊德(George Floyd)抗议是组织多年的结果

资深活动家说,上个月震惊全国的抗议活动的广度和范围并没有自发的。 莫妮法·班德勒(Monifa Bandele),是“黑人生命运动”政策表的成员。 班德勒说:“这确实源于六年艰苦,令人振奋和鼓舞人心的组织活动。” 白人的参与达到了空前的水平,这是“十年来告诉非白人活动家:'这是什么样子,所以跟随黑人组织的领导'。”

美国人是世界上最容易受骗的人。 从21/9到11世纪,每一次透明的谎言都使他们堕落,因为据称俄罗斯悬赏塔利班杀死了美军。 每次真理最终都会出来。 控制性拆除使世界贸易中心XNUMX号楼倒塌。 伊拉克没有大规模毁灭性武器。 萨达姆·侯赛因与基地组织没有任何联系。 没有伊朗核武器。 阿萨德没有使用化学武器。 俄罗斯没有入侵乌克兰。 然而,他们被撒谎和欺骗的知识并不能阻止美国人为下一个谎言而堕落。

一个无法继续进行不断操纵的人没有前途。

(从重新发布 保罗·克雷格·罗伯茨 经作者或代表的许可)
 
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  1. BeB 说:

    “不要把你的想法写给我。 你认为的不是问题。 事实就是问题。”

    让我们变得真实。 一个大个子把他的重量放在一个戴着手铐的男人的脖子上,尽管恳求他造成痛苦,但他仍然保持着压力。 这构成了“事实”。 这没有任何借口。

  2. Jmaie 说:

    Americans are the world’s most gullible people. They have fallen for every transparent lie of the 21st century from 9/11 through alleged Russian bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops.

    Most Americans have not.

    • 回复: @Parsnipitous
  3. mark green 说:

    A big [?] man put his weight on a handcuffed man’s neck and kept up the pressure despite pleas that he was causing distress. That constitutes “the facts”. There is no excuse for this.

    Sure, there’s an excuse this. And Mr. Roberts has explained what that might be. But even if you are correct, then the crime committed by Officer Chauvin has an accurate name: ‘use of excessive force’.

    It is not murder.

  4. @BeB

    “A big man,” come on. The policemen was an observably smaller man than Floyd. George Floyd was 6’6″ tall and must have weighed at least 260.

  5. First, anyone interested in this topic needs to read this excellent article by a person named Gavrilo David from medium.com (basically, I think, he is an amateur freelance journalist). https://medium.com/@gavrilodavid/why-derek-chauvin-may-get-off-his-murder-charge-2e2ad8d0911 One of the commenters on iSteve shared it with me awhile ago.

    One of the studies he cites looked at 505 fatal fentanyl overdoses (63% of whom were habitual users), and found that their average blood level at time of death was 9.96 ng/ml, or well less than Floyd’s 11 ng/ml.
    https://ndews.umd.edu/sites/ndews.umd.edu/files/ndews-hotspot-unintentional-fentanyl-overdoses-in-new-hampshire-final-09-11-17.pdf

    Second, there is clearly some sort of Journo-list type agreement among the MSM to suppress and censor any mention of “fentanyl” in connection with George Floyd’s death. None of the write-ups of his death even mentioned the issue — even though it is sitting there in plain site.

    Finally, I tried to post a comment at the WSJ that mentioned Floyd’s fentanyl level and took exception to the casual assertion that Floyd was definitively “killed” by police. The mods denied the comment. I asked why, and they gave me this response:

    亲爱的主席先生,

    We are declining to publish comments that question the official medical examiner’s ruling re: George Floyd’s death.

    Sincerely,
    WSJ Audience Voices team

    华尔街日报

    And this was the WSJ, which is the most conservative outlet within the MSM. So the fix is obviously in for the entire MSM. It’s really disgusting.

  6. 马克·巴登还对杰弗里·爱泼斯坦进行了尸检,他认为这是自杀,出类拔萃的人相信,并为 OJ 辛普森案的审判进行了尸检。

    阿片类药物具有高度成瘾性,这意味着成瘾者必须服用越来越多的阿片类药物才能感受到任何效果,无论是为了缓解疼痛,还是仅仅为了兴奋。 什么会杀死一个不是瘾君子的人,可能根本不会杀死一个长期的瘾君子。 它可能会,也可能不会,这取决于个人及其使用该特定药物的历史。

    考虑到弗洛伊德的脖子被跪了将近八分钟后不得不被拖走,这肯定会让人无法呼吸,我不明白为什么会有人争辩说他不是被肖文冷血杀害并帮助并被其他三名旁观的警察教唆,并没有采取任何干预措施。 他们只是看着他被谋杀。

    How can anyone reasonably claim that kneeling on someone’s neck for eight minutes would not kill them? Chauvin and Floyd used to work together at a Mexican restaraunt, so they had a previous history together, that appears to be not the greatest relationship. Floyd was a terrible person that broke into a pregnant woman’s house and brutally raped and robbed her, causing miscarriage. He was not a hero in any way. He was a monster!!!

    • 同意: Stonehands
    • 不同意: Mark in MI
    • 哈哈: Stan d Mute
  7. @No Friend Of The Devil

    Nobody knelt on Floyd’s neck. You’ve been repeating this same nonsense for awhile now. Keeping this up is an admission that you don’t care about facts.

    • 同意: Mark in MI
    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
  8. obwandiyag 说:

    Oh, it’s not about George Floyd. People are tired of being manhandled and threatened and scared to death by dangerous ex-soldier killers. Not to mention outrageous tickets. And they’re unemployed. It’s a fucking police state. When I think of the things you could do 50 years ago that you would be murdered for today. Makes me nostalgic.

    • 同意: FB
  9. Katrinka 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    Kneeling on a neck does NOT interfere with the airway. Floyd did not die from a lack of air, he died from the drugs he ingested and his blocked arteries. Floyd did NOT rape anyone, he did threaten with a gun and he did steal jewelry and a cell phone. There is no record of a victim’s miscarriage. Dr. Irwin Golden conducted the autopsies on Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman. You need to get your facts straight.

    • 同意: Mark in MI
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  10. In addition to the fatal dose of fentanyl, plus the meth and weed that were present in Mr. Floyd’s system, there was also evidence he had contracted Corona virus. So under the rules that have prevailed since March or April of this year, his certificate of death should have attributed his demise to Covid-19. Strangely, the media never mention this detail although they usually can yammer of nothing else.

    • 回复: @Gordo
  11. @Jmaie

    Really? Americans were overwhelmingly in favor of – or at least not opposed to – the 2nd Iraq war by the time it started.

    • 回复: @Getaclue
  12. 最重要的是,俄罗斯人是真正的小气鬼。 特别是在普京的领导下。
    好老保罗。 但我真的很爱他。 他是互联网上一颗耀眼的明星。 没有人像他一样!
    他严格按照事实说话。

    • 回复: @BlackDragon
  13. Gordo 说:
    @Buck Ransom

    In addition to the fatal dose of fentanyl, plus the meth and weed that were present in Mr. Floyd’s system, there was also evidence he had contracted Corona virus.

    Several good reasons not to hold the convict down with bare hands.

    • 哈哈: Zarathustra
    • 回复: @idealogus
  14. @Hypnotoad666

    The autopsy report stated that St. Fentanyl of Mogadishu also had, I believe, 6ng/ml of the Fentanyl metabolite norfentanyl in his system. I may have the pharmacology wrong, but I believe that means St. Fentanyl’s actual circulating Fentanyl levels were, at some point, 17 ng/ml.

    In addition to the elephant-killing dose of supersmack, St. Fentanyl had been riding the Polypharmacy Express, with blowout levels of THC and crystal meth in his already jacked bloodstream.

    This certainly would have worked wonders for his 580 gram heart, which is nearly twice the normal size and qualifies as cardiomegaly. And his was not just run-of-the-mill fried-chicken-induced hypertrophy. Rather, both his ventricles were dilated, meaning he probably had both hypertrophic and dilated cardiomyopathy, either one serious risk factors for sudden cardiac death even for a teetotaler. This is not to mention the 70 to 90 percent occlusions in three of St. Fentanyl’s coronary arteries, blockages severe enough to virtually guarantee perfusion issues.

    St. Fentanyl’s ticker was a time bomb.

    Most doctors afaik wouldn’t recommend that someone with St. Fentanyl’s clinical picture gorge on cocktails of the most dangerous drugs on earth then do felonies and fight with the cops when they show up.

    • 同意: Katrinka
  15. Mefobills 说:
    @BeB

    I’m Floyd’s size… ok a little bigger but close enough.

    I checked the side of my neck, where there is no windpipe. It can take a lot of pressure and not interfere with breathing. It wouldn’t be comfortable with somebody kneeling on it for sure.

    问题是人们相信他们看到的第一件事,以及他们难以接受的任何后来违反的证据。 人们看到了证据,听到了新闻发言人的叙述。

    这就是为什么好的宣传会急于叙述。 第一个被髓鞘包裹的神经元在人脑中具有优先权。

    一个无法继续进行不断操纵的人没有前途。

    宣传之所以有效,是因为第一信息是髓鞘,而要克服第一信息是许多命令更加困难。

    Maybe we can be a little more sympathetic to Hitler’s concentration camps, which were a way of deprogramming the population from communist propaganda?

    • 回复: @ANZ
    , @AB_Anonymous
  16. @mark green

    In the UK a security guard would get manslaughter for this.

  17. niteranger 说:
    @Hypnotoad666

    The WSJ and all mainstream media outlets are all controlled by whom? Fox and WSJ is also owned by Jews because Murdoch’s mother was Jewish (“Rupert’s father Sir Keith Murdoch attained his prominent position in Australian society through a fortuitous marriage to the daughter of a wealthy Jewish family, née Elisabeth Joy Greene. Through his wife’s connections, Keith Murdoch was subsequently promoted from reporter to chairman of the British-owned newspaper where he worked. There was enough money to buy himself a knighthood of the British realm, two newspapers in Adelaide, South Australia, and a radio station in a faraway mining town,” Candour wrote in 1984. “For some reason, Murdoch has always tried to hide the fact that his pious mother brought him up as a Jew.”

    尽管默多克可能“试图掩盖”他的犹太血统,但他对支持极端右翼犹太复国主义者(如本杰明·内塔尼亚胡和阿里尔·沙龙)的态度直截了当。

    内塔尼亚胡(Netanyahu)于1986年撰写了一本名为《反恐战争:西方如何赢得胜利》的书,经常评论默多克的《福克斯新闻》。

    Murdoch’s support for Zionism extremists is well known and a matter of record. As New York Governor George Pataki said, “There is no newspaper in the U.S. more supportive of Israel than the [Murdoch’s] New York Post.” ).

    I believe Murdoch’s family and even the Fox Media have donated to BLM.

    Every mainstream media outlet for the most part is against whites and Western Civilization. ( Fox news does put up a bit of fight with Tucker Carlson). They want emptied headed guilt ridden dim witted whites to do their bidding and they have won. Once the media whether it’s WSJ or an individual like Drew Brees takes the knee…you should just remain there because you know what you will be doing next. There is no going back once you become a “Politcal Suckulator.”

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
    , @Belisarius
  18. Realtalk 说:

    Floyd had a potentially (usually) fatal dose of fentanyl in his bloodstream and about 8x as much morphine. He must have recently used heroin laced with fentanyl. The arrest and his resisting it stressed him and raised the demands on his respiratory system, which failed under the depressant effects of the opioids. He probably would have lived without the arrest, but that doesn’t mean the cops did anything wrong. He complained he couldn’t breathe before the infamous knee was applied and the cops called for an ambulance. Everyone involved knew that what was happening was a medical emergency. That’s why one of the cops said, “Don’t do drugs, kids.” Floyd had just been fighting them, so he had to be restrained as the ambulance was en route. The technique with the knee did not choke him to death.

    But no one paid attention. The NPCs just fit it into the false narrative of police racism the dinosaur media have been hawking for years.

  19. Thomasina 说:

    One of the articles I read said that a second independent autopsy was conducted by Dr. Allecia M. Wilson, pathologist from the University of Michigan, and by Dr. Michael Baden.

    Allecia Wilson, MD
    Assistant Professor, Forensic Pathology, Pediatric Pathology

    Director, Autopsy and Forensic Services

    Director, Residency Training Program

    病理学系
    密歇根医学
    密歇根大学

    https://www.pathology.med.umich.edu/faculty/alleciaw

    • 回复: @Harry Huntington
  20. Thomasina 说:

    Wikipedia on Michael Baden re his testimony in the O.J. Simpson trial:

    “Baden testified in the Simpson trial on August 10 and 11, 1995 and made two claims that he later disowned.[30][31] First he claimed that Nicole Brown was still standing and conscious when her throat was slashed.[32] The purpose of this claim was to dispute the theory that Brown was the intended target. The prosecution argued that Brown was murdered first and the intended target because the soles of her feet didn’t have any blood on them despite the large amount of blood at the crime scene and that she was unconscious when her throat was cut because she had very few defensive wounds.[33][34] At the subsequent civil trial the following year he disowned that claim and admitted it was absurd to think that someone would stand still without moving their feet while their throat is being slashed and not fight back.[35][36][37]

    Baden then claimed that Ron Goldman remained conscious[38] and fought with his assailant for at least ten minutes[39] with a severed jugular vein.[31][30] The purpose of this testimony was to extend the length of time it took the murders to happen to the point where Simpson had an alibi.[40] At the subsequent civil trial he initially denied making that claim and then after being confronted with a video clip of him saying it at the criminal trial, he disowned it. Baden claimed he misunderstood the question but the Goldman’s attorney allege he said it because the defense paid him to do so. He also alleged that Baden knowingly gave false testimony because he knew that Ron Goldman’s blood was found inside Simpson’s Bronco despite Goldman never having an opportunity within his lifetime to be in Simpson’s car.”

    He said his reputation and credibility never recovered after the Simpson trial (for good reason!) and in subsequent trials when he was called as an expert witness, he continued to be discredited because of this testimony. The jury actually believed this guy!

    Then in the Phil Spector case he was asked if he had any conflicts of interest, he said no, but then it was later discovered that his wife was one of Spector’s lead attorneys. Aaaaagh! You can’t make this stuff up.

    Defense counsel is going to have a field day with this guy!

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

    • 回复: @Rohirrimborn
    , @Wade
    , @Dumbo
  21. @Hypnotoad666

    I got numerous comments removed in the German press in which I mentioned Fentanyl etc. – all the sound reasons for George Floyd’s death – the whole 名单… a friend of mine maile me: You’re arguments are at least debatable, but people just don’t want to hear them…

    • 回复: @ploni almoni
  22. How can anyone believe a word Michael Baden says? He’s the one that said Oswald was a lone shooter of JFK; It has been proven by many people JFK could not have died from a lone shooter, and Oswald has been ruled out.

    A person is innocent until proven guilty but Chauvin has already been deemed a murderer. Should be an interesting trial. At least his attorney isn’t Judy Clarke, another Government paid “specialist” that always shows up for the high profile folks (just like Baden). She helped get her client, Dhzokhar Tsarnaev, convicted and sentenced to death, by declaring him guilty at the start of trial when she knew he was innocent (Relatives in Chechnia stated she visited them and said it was “the only way to save him” as people “in high places” wanted Dhzokhar dead).

  23. Richard B 说:

    Americans are the world’s most gullible people. They have fallen for every transparent lie of the 21st century from 9/11 through alleged Russian bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops….

    Proof that “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them they’ve been fooled.”

    一个无法继续进行不断操纵的人没有前途。

    Yep. Or, if they do, it won’t be one worth having.

    Still, it’s worth pointing out that predators without an easy mark, and parasites without a host, also have no future.

    • 同意: Mefobills
  24. unit472 说:

    I first saw Michael Baden in action in the late 1990’a during the trial of a stripper and her boyfriend for the murder of casino owner Ted Binion. Binion was found dead in his house and the question was did he die of an drug overdose or was he murdered. Baden was the prosecutions ‘expert’ who insisted Binion had been murdered via a technique called ‘burking’ in which a helpless victim is smothered by holding his mouth and nose shut while sitting on his chest.

    It was quite a sensational trial and it was televised. There was no doubt Binion used drugs but he did not use needles and the defense said he died from smoking heroin and ingesting xanax. The problem was Binion was a rich and famous casino owner and the defendants were seedy low lifes who tried to steal $6 million in silver Binion had put in a vault out in the desert.

    The defendants were convicted but their conviction was overturned and they were acquited ( of murder) in a new trial. They were convicted of stealing the silver however.

    Michael Baden would have been in his early 60’s during this trial. Today he is 85. I doubt he will be as impressive an expert witness today as he was back then. I doubt the prosecution or the “Floyd fanily” would dare let him testify.

  25. I’ve read somewhere, that the second autopsy was conducted via video!

    (If somebody has the article available which states this fact, please let me know).

  26. @Twodees Partain

    Nobody knelt on Floyd’s neck.

    Sure the full world was collectively hallucinating. They just saw an ‘Officer’ kneel on a man’s neck for 8 minutes where he was complaining that he couldn’t breathe and then he died. No causality or connections here just an unfortunate coincidence right? What’s with the Alt Right and the championing of hopeless causes; Floyd wasn’t killed by excessive force, Covid 19 is just a flu, the Confederacy wasn’t about slavery, Hitler dindu nuffin, there’s a strong pattern of addiction to such hopeless causes that I think your main one your White Ethnostate is another hopeless cause. The pattern strongly suggests it.

  27. I feel your pain and frustration, Paul Craig Roberts. I look to people like you and Pat Buchanan as reality checks in our insane world. Forgive my fantastic thinking but the vileness and synchronicity of media lies strike me as way beyond what mere humans are capable of. I hear tell of secret societies within our government institutions. I hear tell of Satan worship. I have observed American politics for decades but I am at a loss to explain our current dystopia without consulting scripture even though I have never been particularly religious. I turn to writers like you and Pat for the steady hand and steady mind but I am always left wanting. Please level with me, Mr. Roberts, have we in fact entered the Twilight Zone?

    • 回复: @Old and Grumpy
  28. Truth3 说:

    萨克勒家族杀死了乔治·弗洛伊德。

    是的……对我来说很有意义。

    Ball Sack-lers 无关紧要!

  29. uradel666 说:

    Russia DID invade Ukraine…..

    Why did you write it down that it did not?
    Profit or Ideaoligy?

    • 巨魔: Owen C.
    • 回复: @Fred777
    , @karel
    , @Astaroth
  30. Tucker 说:
    @BeB

    肖万并不像你错误地声称他是一个“大人物”。 这家伙大约 165-175 磅,身高不到 6 英尺。 另一方面,弗洛伊德身高接近 6 英尺 8 英寸或 6 英尺 9 英寸,并且
    体重超过 220 磅。 一些报道称他的体重高达 240 磅或更多。

    我承认,我不是警察的 jack 靴暴徒行为的大捍卫者,最初,当我看到 Chauvin 膝盖放在弗洛伊德脖子一侧的早期照片时——我和大多数其他人一样反感被这种战术击退了。 我后来学会了一种策略——野蛮和恶毒的虐待狂以色列人正在向美国执法部门传授这种策略。

    所以,这意味着 Chauvin 正在做他被训练做的事情。 正如撒谎的主流媒体一直试图声称的那样,这不是沙文凭空想象的一种策略,因为他是“邪恶的白人种族主义警察”。 是否应该允许这样的策略,美国执法部门是否应该继续接受虐待狂的以色列人的培训? 我说绝对不行。

    但是,事情的简单事实——正如保罗·克雷格·罗伯茨所指出的——是弗洛伊德脖子一侧的膝盖并不是导致他死亡的原因。 导致他死亡的原因是弗洛伊德体内大量非法药物,而体检医师的一份也是唯一合法的尸检报告证明了这一事实。

    撒谎、犯罪、颠覆、恶毒、反白、充满仇恨的主流媒体将这一事件视为他们可以在选举年故意挑起种族冲突的事情,并试图将其归咎于特朗普。 这就是为什么这些撒谎的 SOB 拒绝承认乔治·弗洛伊德 (George Floyd) 的非法吸毒才是导致他死亡的真正原因。 与往常一样,真相不符合他们的反特朗普叙事。

    • 同意: Red Pill Angel, Vox Nihili
    • 回复: @Emslander
    , @TRM
  31. @obwandiyag

    Because of VIOLENT GHETTO TRASH Black culture and degeneracy. Police only react to what Blacks reinforce everyday. Their ignorant violent ghetto trash,resist arrest,assault Police lifestlye.

  32. Biff 说:

    Hey Craig, when the government produces another iron-clad autopsy revealing how Ghislaine Maxwell just died of asphyxiation due the hanging of herself with toilet paper from a four foot bed post are you going to believe that one too? Or is it just “selective” government documents that you find trustworthy? Or is this a George Tenant style “slam dunk” that George Floyd had drugs of mass destruction flowing in his veins?

    Sorry, I won’t be riding with your posse; the Ox Bow incident is still too fresh in memory, and you are admittingly armed with only 一种 autopsy report.

    Good luck with your crusade!

    • 同意: Iris
    • 巨魔: L.K
    • 回复: @Rogue
    , @GazaPlanet
  33. Anonymous[661]• 免责声明 说:

    I have no problem imagining a competent lawyer could make the case that Floyd died from a massive drug overdose as there is plenty of evidence for that. What I see is a replay of the Rodney King trial in which the police were exonerated, which was immediately followed by the ’92 riots in LA, except this time the riots will be all over the country and include whites. Then the feds will step in and charge Chauvin with civil rights crimes in order to get him behind bars for a couple years just to calm everybody down.

    好文章。

  34. Stonehands 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    Chauvin’s non-chalant murder of Floyd ( that’s right it’s murder- on film- while civilians begged for his life to be spared) is a classic case of killing chicken to scare monkey. Nice country- where the employees are jury/executioner to intimidate the cowardly monkeys.

    • 回复: @Rogue
    , @Rurik
  35. anon[402]• 免责声明 说: • 您的网站
    @TomSchmidt

    So…what else is new? They said it was a review, not a second autopsy, at the time.

    Libertarians raised the issue weeks ago of how come nobody is investigating the dealer who gave Floyd the defective drugs and counterfeit bills.

  36. Mark in MI 说:
    @obwandiyag

    You are right. It’s not just about George Floyd. Is about the entire black race not being able to follow the rules of the civilized society.

  37. brabantian 说:

    The 2nd autopsy was conducted by the spooky Dr Michael Baden and also by Dr Allecia Wilson, the latter of the University of Michigan Pathology faculty in Ann Arbor, who is reachable by phone and e-mail, or via her assistants who also have phone numbers and e-mail addresses

    Perhaps a little old-fashioned journalism, calling a person writing a report you are seeking, will be productive here?

    Here is the web page with all the contact info
    https://www.pathology.med.umich.edu/faculty/alleciaw

  38. Mark in MI 说:

    Baden did no second autopsy. He viewed the video of officer Chauvin and gave his opinion that Chauvin killed Floyd by cutting off oxygen and blood to the brain. In this rhetorical footwork, he was aided by the rightwing idiot Sean Hannity on Fox News.

    I stopped listening to Hannity over a year ago. Same with Rush Limbaugh. They have betrayed the conservative, White cause.

    • 同意: Katrinka
  39. Anonymous[339]• 免责声明 说:
    @obwandiyag

    Oh, it’s not about George Floyd. People are tired of being manhandled and threatened and scared to death by dangerous ex-soldier killers. Not to mention outrageous tickets.

    The cities have run out of money, and are taking it from whoever has it by whatever excuse they can think up. Nothing much can be done about this, as the taxable population of the cities vanished into the hinterlands and the city deteriorates into a land of robber barons / free lance socialists.
    As for the “dangerous ex-soldier killers” — big city police forces have approved methods for use of physical force. Chauvin used those methods, and would have been administratively (or criminally) penalized had he not done so. You have a complaint, demonstrate against the people who passed the laws that set the penalties for outrageous tickets and encouraged the police to issue them — the robber barons who run your city.
    Or, better yet, and this is real advice, find a sheltered area somewhere in the hinterlands and go there. Once there, try to understand how the local society works and try to work that way yourself. Why? You are now in a dangerous area. If you have money, it will be taken by increasingly desperate organized political contenders. If you do not, you will find yourself in competition with an increasingly desperate population. Leave the dangerous area, and do not try to recreate it in your new abode.

  40. chuckywiz 说:

    一切都很好。 媒体问题、药物及其效果分析、救护车追逐者律师、蓄意破坏等都是亮点。 但
    警察无权将膝盖放在戴手铐的人的脖子上。 我看到一个中国警察在一个女孩身上使用这种以色列技术的视频。 女孩的女性朋友把她的朋友从警察的膝盖夹中拽出来,他就走开了。 必须停止在以色列警察大学/培训中教授的这种先进技术。
    为什么警察有这么大的权力

    • 回复: @Bilge_Pump
  41. Ace 说:
    @Hypnotoad666

    Amazing. I wonder what the WSJ said about the ME’s report on Vince Foster’s death. Those missing x-rays for one.

    When did government reports become sprinkled with holy water?

    PS – I wouldn’t call the WSJ conservative ant more. They’re keen on open borders and gave been for decades.

    • 回复: @TomSchmidt
  42. gotmituns 说:

    I don’t give a rat’s butt about the merits or demerits of the case. The shitbird, Floyd was black and Chauvin is White. Therefore I’m behind Chauvin 100%.

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
    , @Anonymous
    , @Anon
  43. “In this rhetorical footwork, he was aided by the rightwing idiot Sean Hannity on Fox News.”

    Amen. Hannity’s popularity is a complete mystery to me. A grammar-mangling, blustering moron who can’t say 10 words without a couple “you knows.” The guy seldom finishes a sentence and is so self-inflated you want to dump a big glass of ice-water over his head.

    • 回复: @Tucker
  44. The second autopsy was performed by the renowned pathologist Dr. Grassy Knoll.

  45. Floyd’s death was most likely faked. There appear to have been at least 2 different “Floyd” actors on camera that day.

    请参见:


    视频链接

    和: https://jamesfetzer.org/2020/06/mike-adams-psyop-george-floyd-death-was-faked-by-crisis-actors-to-engineer-revolutionary-riots-video-authors-say/

    此致onebornfree

  46. Anon[207]• 免责声明 说:
    @Hypnotoad666

    A google search finds multiple studies that all put the median level of fent overdose over thousands of cases at around 9 or 10 ng/ml. As you said Floyd’s was higher. Ng/ml is independent of the persons size as it gives the concentration in the blood. This doesn’t take into account (as mentioned) the other drugs in his system. Nor does it also factor in his extreme heart condition with passages blocked 90-75-50% according to the autopsy.

    • 回复: @Hypnotoad666
  47. chuckywiz 说:

    保罗您的以下引用虽然是正确的,但是像 CNN 或华盛顿堆肥一样被残酷地扭曲并喜欢..

    “黑人议程报告确认“自发抗议”是事先计划好的”和

    “上个月震惊全国的抗议活动的广度和范围并不是自发的,”黑人生命运动政策小组成员、资深活动家莫尼法班德尔说。 “这真的是六年艰难、令人兴奋和鼓舞人心的群众组织的结果”

    如果有人听她的电台采访,就会得到与你试图呈现的不同的观点。 她指的是她的组织在 2014 年弗格森被杀后为抗议所做的努力。在我看来,这并没有错。
    最重要的是,您没有费心提供任何链接来支持您的旋转。 感谢互联网,我能够找到链接并听了一半的节目。 与我从您的文章中得到的完全不同的观点。 链接在这里:

    https://www.blackagendareport.com/george-floyd-protests-were-result-years-organizing

    我将继续阅读您的优秀专栏来教育自己。 我感谢您提供的信息。

  48. @niteranger

    Thanks I used to be surprised that Murdoch wasn’t Jewish since he looked so much like Alan Greenspan, Larry king, Larry Silverstein – a Jewish physiognomic category. Well now that’s sorted.

  49. Fred777 说:
    @uradel666

    Russia DID invade Ukraine…..

    NOPE。

    The people of Crimea voted overwhelmingly to rejoin Russia and Russia accepted them back in. If those US backed Right Sector and Svoboda nazis had not overthrown the elected leader of Ukraine none of it would have happened. The only thing Russia might be criticized for is not accepting Luhansk and Donetsk back as well.

    • 同意: follyofwar, acementhead
  50. anonymous[400]• 免责声明 说:

    Americans are gullible, apathetic people who swallow any story no matter how absurd. Iraq, a much smaller third world country, was going to come get us with it’s WMD. Despite all the self-flattery they’re mostly a bunch of cowards, cringing with their snot-rag masks attached. Not all of course, but way too many. Americans can be sold anything.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  51. Realist 说:

    On again…off again, comments…WTF?

    • 回复: @Rogue
    , @Alfa158
    , @vot tak
  52. Why does the media, the entire width and breadth of that enormous machine, lie to us? Why would they do such a thing?

    The idea that the news media exists to inform you of objective facts about which you may be unaware, is just silly and childish.

    Paul Reuter: Reuter was born as Israel Beer Josaphat in Kassel, Germany.[4]. His father, Samuel Levi Josaphat, was a rabbi…..

    Moses Yale Beach: (January 7, 1800 – July 18, 1868) was an American inventor and publisher who started the Associated Press, and is credited with originating print syndication…..

    And there you have just the tippy tip tip of the largest iceberg in this universe.

  53. MLK 说:
    @BeB

    这没有任何借口。

    This is roughly equivalent to the now ubiquitous “not okay.” These are childish reactions for those who have been conditioned to react childishly.

    Indisputably, the media sailed the Innocent Until Proven Guilty ship for these and other police officers in these recent incidents. Fake News CNN and MSDNC merely led the way, the rest followed, in immediately reporting Floyd’s death as a “murder” by these police officers.

    Curiously, once they were charged, and in George Floyd’s case, Ellison was put in charge of the prosecution, this prejudicial language was dropped; they began messaging that it might be difficult to get convictions; and began fretting publicly about an “Excited Delirium” defense.

    https://www.unz.com/article/or-did-george-floyd-die-of-a-drug-overdose/

    真正没有任何借口的是政府阶级及其联合媒体有组织的努力,通过对我们的宪法权利的一千次削减来使美国人死亡。

    You shouldn’t so nonchalantly buy in.

    As with seemingly everything of late, what has followed George Floyd’s death cannot be separated from the ongoing effort to get rid of POTUS Trump. The Democrats and their Allied Media have exploited these incidents for partisan political gain since 2010. It’s now a feature of our politics, just like primaries and Election Day in November.

    There are a number of elements that drove and continue to drive the instant context. But the essential one is that Trump was headed toward reelection in a landslide with Game Over support from blacks of 20% or more. They’re desperate to derail that trend. Though, as with the previous efforts, various frame-up gambits and goading him into a war, he’s refused to take the bait.

  54. @gotmituns

    I don’t give a rat’s butt about the merits or demerits of the case. The shitbird, Floyd was black and Chauvin is White.

    Your candor’s is refreshing and your moral clarity is exceptional rather than tying yourself up in knots trying to defend the indefensible like most people here you sir have gone straight to the heart of the matter. You have put a fullstop to this quibbling.

  55. anonymous[245]• 免责声明 说:
    @FB

    Any idea why the highlighted words contradicting the actual, detailed autopsy appear in this “Press Release Report”?

  56. Anonymous[339]• 免责声明 说:
    @gotmituns

    I don’t give a rat’s butt about the merits or demerits of the case. The shitbird, Floyd was black and Chauvin is White. Therefore I’m behind Chauvin 100%.

    Be careful how seriously you take that. The Old Bolsheviks were behind Stalin 100% (Party discipline, don’t you know) and he killed most or all of them. I should point out that Stalin was White. So exercise a little judgement.

    • 回复: @gotmituns
  57. follyofwar 说:

    Kudos to Mr. Roberts for calling out “right wing idiot Sean Hannity.” How anyone can watch that unthinking motormouth is beyond me. From what I’ve observed, every show of his is the same. Wind him up and he just keeps talking. Michael Savage has a proper name for him: Wallbanger.

    That said, Savage, Jeanine Pirro and others jumped to the conclusion that it was first degree murder. Savage seemed to be near tears when he said that Floyd cried out for his mother. Looked like excessive use of force to a layman like myself, but whether it was murder should be for an impartial jury to decide. Unfortunately, Chauvin, stuck in the modern day Inquisition, has no chance of getting a fair trial. I still think he’ll be ‘Epsteined.’

    • 回复: @Erzberger
  58. Skeptic23 说:

    I have not seen a link to the second autopsy posted here yet.
    Hat tip to PCR.

  59. @Gordo

    Do you think that the policeman had a toxicological analysis of George Floyd blood in his pocket?!
    From where do you have the ideea that the policeman knew in a Emergency room style exact medical and toxicological situation of George Floyd?
    Tipical for anarhist-progresit-mind to judge a situation laying on a sofa much time after events happened with all the data in his laptop and imagine that he would act like a hero in that situation.
    All your kind image that if he was on Columbos ship he would save all the indians from europeans hands and bring peace on galaxy.

    • 回复: @Mark in MI
  60. Sean Hannity likes his wealthy lifestyle among the Badens of the Long Island, New York and as such is willing to promote anything to that end. Heck! he would even sell Tucker Carlson down the river if his cushy job was threatened… the man has no firm principles, period!

    • 回复: @Voltara
  61. LankyTunes 说:
    @BeB

    你不知道你在说什么。

    Criminals ALWAYS feign being hurt in police encounters. Their cries are less than meaningless. Floyd’s cries are self contradicting. You cannot make those complaints while unable to breathe.

    And that technique was used over 200 by MPD without any deaths, so there is no excuse to assume it to be inherently dangerous. One could make an argument that the length of time it was applied may have been an issue, but that is another argument…and an argument that has reasonable explanations as well.

    白人的内疚、无知和情绪化是大多数人对这件事的看法的原因。 这些是事实。

  62. karel 说:

    Most people here, (inclusive Mr. Roberts) here have apparently never heard about recommendation for bringing first aid to someone who appears to be dying. You have to immobilize such an individual first so that he will not harm himself by excessive twitching and then you kneel on his neck and keep kneeling on him till he fully recovers. Well, the poor policeman did nothing wrong. Mr. Floyd’s fault was that he should have recovered in the time allocated to his treatment.

    • 哈哈: acementhead
  63. Rogue 说:
    @Biff

    Ghislaine Maxwell is almost certainly connected to powerful people in various ways.

    George Floyd wasn’t.

    I can’t see any particular reason for the medical examiner to have concocted any falsehoods about Floyd’s death.

    In any event, the issue that PCR is discussing is the mendacity and disingenuousness of the MSM.

    From my point of view, Floyd most likely died because of the neck pressure from the cop kneeling on him, so not biased on this issue, but the media have their own agendas – and concern for George Floyd isn’t one of them.

  64. VICB3 说:
    @TomSchmidt

    为了记录,你从未见过提到的另一件事是,膝盖放在弗洛伊德脖子上的警官有他的 另一个膝盖着地。 这不是这样做的,因为你没有杠杆作用,也无法对脖子施加足够的压力来约束任何人,更不用说杀死他们了。

    来吧,看看:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=george+floyd+neck+photo&client=firefox-b-1-ab&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=DlL8oQDRrf1e3M%252CWwDSbNOcrD33zM%252C_&vet=1&usg=AI4_-kSgC10wXP0Qu_RRUWLqWqK_T_tX3Q&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwikydDx2b3qAhUCUt8KHRq5CTkQ9QEwB3oECAoQKg&biw=1280&bih=636#imgrc=DlL8oQDRrf1e3M.

    正确的方法是只用一只膝盖跪在脖子上,同时保持另一只膝盖抬高。 它应该看起来更像这样:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=israel+knee+restraint&client=firefox-b-1-ab&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiP5-Gu273qAhXmkOAKHeXFBBsQ_AUoAXoECAsQAw&biw=1280&bih=636

    希望这可以帮助。

    仅仅是一个想法。

    维克B3

    • 回复: @karel
    , @Anonymous
    , @Anon
  65. @Thomasina

    My father (born 1923) was a doctor at the NYU Medical Center and knew Dr. Baden well. My father was mild mannered and almost always saw the good in people. The one exception I recall was his antipathy towards Dr. Baden who he considered a presstitute fraud of the first order.

    • 回复: @Thomasina
    , @Hypnotoad666
  66. Getaclue 说:
    @Parsnipitous

    Did a “Poll” tell you that? By CNN? The NYSlimes? I don’t know anyone who was for it or any of the other bs — we are endlessly lied to about “Polls” etc. as we saw with “Hillary Clinton 99%” etc…. People didn’t vote for any of this it was put on them by the “Elites” just like this Medical Martial Law roll out and what we are seeing now…blame the Peons is not much of a strategy….

    • 回复: @Parsnipitous
  67. @Thomasina

    Perhaps you could link to the article that contains a copy of the autopsy.

    • 回复: @Thomasina
  68. Sam M 说:

    The New York Times publishes a report (June 2, 2020) by Frances Robles and Audra D. S. Burch titled: “How Did George Floyd Die? Here’s What We Know,” with the subheading:
    “A private autopsy commissioned by the family concluded that his death was a homicide, brought about by compression of his neck and back by Minneapolis police officers.”

    网址: https://www.nytimes.com/article/george-floyd-autopsy-michael-baden.html

    The report appears compelling with expert testimony by both Dr. Michael Baden and Dr. Allecia M. Wilson (of the University of Michigan). The NYT states:

    “The findings by the family’s private medical examiners directly contradict the [official Hennepin County medical examiner’s preliminary findings] report that there was no asphyxia, said Dr. Allecia M. Wilson, of the University of Michigan, one of the doctors who examined his body. The physical evidence showed that the pressure applied led to his death, she said. In an interview, Dr. Michael Baden, who also participated in the private autopsy, said there was also some hemorrhaging around the right carotid area.”

    So, here you go, if you believe the “newspaper of record.”

    • 回复: @Redman
  69. Rogue 说:
    @Stonehands

    There’s a difference between murder and manslaughter.

    Or are you a mind-reader, that knew exactly what Chauvin was thinking and planning?

    Personally, in a 公平 trial, I don’t see how he can be convicted of the 2nd degree murder charge. The original 3rd degree charge was clearly far more apt.

    Though not concluding he was guilty of that either.

    But certainly I believe he used excessive force – and for way too long.

  70. @Chris in Cackalacky

    One knee is on the ground. One on the neck. The ground knee appeared to be carrying the brunt of the cop’s weight. So technically I would say no to the cop kneeling on the neck theory. Did he have to have the other knee on the thug? No, nor do I understand the point of it. Did that offending knee kill Floyd? Don’t care at this point.

    I am curious why everyone woke person in the world is kneeling these days though? Are they celebrating the cop’s knee move? Sure looks like it.

  71. sonofman 说:

    Why can’t Mr. Roberts check this?
    The protests are not aroused by hatred; this is anger. The protests (and riots) are about effecting (infrequent in the past) accountability. It is about a police officer obviously confident (institutionalized) that he could get away with such a blatant use of force and cruelty and disrespect that would not be accepted, even if done to animals (he is lying on the ground on his stomach, eating asphalt, with his hands handcuffed behind his back, having to bear the brunt of a weighted knee on the back of his neck for almost nine minutes, and using his last words to communicate his predicament), and substantiating the assumption that Africans are inferior, are to be feared and must be controlled (maybe he would get more justice from the ASPCA). The argument that George Floyd overdosed on drugs does not even remotely excuse such inhumanity.
    And anyway, police officers are trained (or used to be) to recognize drug influence and have procedures to mitigate the potential danger that suspects can be for other people, as well as for the suspects themselves.

  72. BCB232 说:
    @FB

    I was never able to find this document at the Hennepin county website. The full report (no mention of homicide) was there.

    Internet says GovDelivery is a private tech company called Granicus that merged with Vista Equity in 2016.

    Some other things in the offical, full autopsy. Floyd had hypertensive heart disease and “severe” atheroschelotic heart disease (90% narrowing of right coronary artery). He also had cardiomegaly (enlarged heart) and nicotine metabolites indicating he was a smoker.

  73. @mark green

    If you stay almost 9 minutes with your knee on the neck of someone who is saying that he cannot breath and there is no strong reason for this conduct, then it can be murder. Why did the policeman take Floyd from the police car where he had been put, lay him down with his knee on his neck and wait until he was dead, even if people were asking him to stop doing that? Fentanyl may be a question for the courts later, but now the question is the brutal action of the police. If this were the first time that something like that happens, it could be a case of something that went out of control, but there seems to be other cases when the police kills people without any reason.

  74. Rogue 说:
    @Realist

    真正。

    I generally like PCR’s stuff. Wish he’d just allow comments and be done with, like every other contributor to Unz.

  75. 乔治·弗洛伊德的“杀戮”难道不是利用危机演员的虚假宣传/心理调查/上演的事件吗? 有许多视频展示了该活动是如何举办的。

  76. Erzberger 说:

    “Americans are the world’s most gullible people. “

    In that case, there is hope they will believe that Floyd just happened to die of a self-inflicted drug overdose while a cop just happened to kneel on him, and other cops refused to assist a dying man who couldn’t breathe.

    Roberts is getting a bit unhinged lately.

  77. Erzberger 说:
    @follyofwar

    This may very well get Chauvin off the hook – that he has no chance of getting a fair trial. In that case, he will owe his freedom to BLM

  78. @Getaclue

    Polls are manipulated, true, but wars in liberal democracies cannot be started and conducted when there is massive opposition. There isn’t, or the slimesters in Congress would suffer at the election polls.

    I’m afraid that, as stated in a recent article here, Americans only become anti-war when they start losing them.

  79. gotmituns 说:
    @Anonymous

    I’m done with “judgement” other than White makes right.

  80. karel 说:
    @uradel666

    什么时候发生的?

  81. Alfa158 说:
    @Realist

    He said that he turned them on for this article because he is asking for anyone to find the alleged second autopsy and post a link.
    So far at least, nothing.

  82. karel 说:
    @VICB3

    我希望你自己测试过。 请在家里试一试,最好是在你的祖母身上,如果你有的话。

  83. TomSchmidt 说:
    @Ace

    The point is, the word homicide does not appear in the coroner’s report, according to PCR. The WSJ didn’t bother to read the report they were citing.

  84. Anonymous[339]• 免责声明 说:
    @VICB3

    正确的方法是只用一只膝盖跪在脖子上,同时保持另一只膝盖抬高。

    Try holding that position for over 2 minutes. You’ll find that the elevated knee leg gets very tired, and you shift your weight to the knee on the neck, a bad thing. Other knee on the ground avoids the involuntary weight shift to the knee on the neck. It’s also a bit more precarious than the elevated knee method, since the officer can’t suddenly stand up if a bystander shoves him, so the elevated knee method would be favored at first application, and the elevated knee would descend to the ground after a minute or so while other officers ensured no physical intervention from bystanders.

  85. Astaroth 说:
    @uradel666

    Er no. Russia DID NOT invade Ukraine! Likewise, Russia most certainly did not annexe Crimea. The constant lies spread by the media re. Russia,
    are unfortunately believed by the majority of the population. Here in England, the idiots who regard themselves as intellectuals, just because they were able to get onto a degree course years ago (and have quite probably read nothing since, other than the Guardian), go into apoplexy at the mention of Putin’s name.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  86. Redman 说:
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Have you actually seen an “8 minute” video? I tried googling it and could only find much shorter videos, but with later news commentary saying the event was 8 1/2 minutes long.

    I’m curious where the news has gotten the 8 1/2 minute figure.

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
  87. Rurik 说:
    @Stonehands

    Chauvin’s non-chalant murder of Floyd ( that’s right it’s murder- on film- while civilians begged for his life to be spared)

    I tend to disagree Stonehands.

    But I too saw the video, and was appalled at the callousness of Chauvin’s nonchalant (hand in his pocket) disregard for Floyd’s relentless pleading. IDK the whole story, (and I even suspect this whole thing was staged- check out the EMTs – bullet-proof vest wearing cops, who didn’t even make a pretext of checking Floyd’s condition), but all in all, I would call it manslaughter, because of what the video shows. But then as I said, IDK the whole story.

    do know, is that the (((media))) has used this tragedy to stoke wide-spread racial hatred. (it’s what ((they)) do ;)

    考虑..

    I recently saw (a hard to find) video of a black man pulling up to a 12 year old white boy to get out of his car, and brutally sucker-punch the child, (for no apparent reason).

    [更多]

    https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/watch-adult-black-male-sucker-punches-12-year-old-white-boy/

    But this is the thing. When I read about this incident, the news story said that the police are not treating it like a hate crime. In fact, I don’t know if any act of heinous savagery by blacks against whites is ever treated like a hate crime, even when it OBVIOUSLY is motivated by race-hate.

    Now contrast that with George Floyd. First off, in the case of Floyd, no one needed to look for the video, it was plastered on every screen for days. Even in Europe and beyond.

    And the second thing is, that we are all hectored to absolutely, in no uncertain terms, to consider what was done to Floyd as being done for no other reason but than because he was black and Chauvin was white.

    就是这样。

    No other motivation is either possible or acceptable.

    It was pure white racism, by a racist cop hell bent on murdering yet another innocent black man, because he was black.

    Any deviation from that narrative is ((strictly verboten)).

    Now, I’ve know some cops who’re callous and cruel. Even sadistic. And I consider it possible for cops (of any race) to be guilty of brutality, for it’s own sake, regardless of race.

    Freddy Grey’s murderer was the black cop driving the van. So it’s a non-issue. It can’t be spun as a racial issue, [which seems to be ALL (((they))) DO!].

    Never mind that two of the other cops in the Floyd death were obviously not white. Never mind that there seems to be zero evidence that Chauvin had a racist bone in his body. (If there were any evidence of that, I’d think (((they’d))) be howling it to the ends of the earth. Screeching it from their every media orifice).

    But there’s nothing.

    So it looks to me like this whole racial-idiocy is just another scheme to divide our nation and society (and indeed civilization) based on race, as the .01% loots the Treasury of literally trillion$ of dollars, and plots their next schemes.

    这样的交易!

    • 同意: FLgeezer, Zarathustra
    • 回复: @BCB232
    , @Stonehands
    , @Wade
  88. ruralguy 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    A second autopsy isn’t likely relevant to the court, because the Defense attorney would only need his expert to stipulate the results of the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s report. He probably would, given that this report shows no bruising in the neck area, high levels of methamphetamine and fentanyl in his system, along with THC. The defendant also had an atherosclerotic heart with 90% obstruction of one coronary artery, and an enlarged hypertensive heart. Both were classified as severe.

    In both 2nd degree and 3rd degree murder, there is no premeditation (a plan), but there can be negligent intent. Intent is hard to show though. Negligence is easier to show.

    Minnesota Statue 609.19 MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE: This statute has both an intent and no-intent case. The prosecutor chose the no-intent case. The defendant (police officer) was charged with “causing the death of a human being, without intent to effect the death of any person, while committing or attempting to commit a felony offense. This is called “felony murder” it relies on a “predicate” of another felony. If a defendant killed someone while kidnapping, assaulting, or any other type of felony, then they can be charged with murder in the 2nd degree. This police officer was charged, with “3rd degree assault” as the predicate felony. Assault requires showing the police officer inflicted bodily harm. But, there is no bodily harm as evidence, because there isn’t even a bruise. But, the prosecutor can claim the harm was death. But, this is hard to show, because 1) Minnesota law allowed the officer to restrain the victim. 2) Minneapolis police procedures allowed neck restraint (discouraged but allowed if necessary), and 3) there was no bruising or other indication that the physical assault led to death, other than the stress of the restraint, so it is hard to show the assault led to death.

    As you can see, there is really no evidence to support either charge. The County actions indicate they know this. But, they don’t necessarily need a case, because in these 2nd degree murder cases, the jury will convict 30% of the time, with insufficient evidence or no dispute over the law. As you likely know, the legal process resolves disputes over laws and facts. Attorneys should be able to resolve those dispute in pre-trial discovery and in legal memorandums. If it goes to trial, someone is trying for a hail-mary pass. In this case, it is the County.

  89. Rurik 说:
    @Astaroth

    The constant lies spread by the media re. Russia,
    are unfortunately believed by the majority of the population. Here in England…

    how can you possibly say that living in England?! of all places..

    where Putin (Hitler) deviously tried to poison the Skripals with uranium!

    How many passenger jets does Putin have to shoot down over Ukraine, before you people will listen?!

    How many Crimeas does Putin have to Blitzkrieg before you’ll notice?!

    How many gay men and women does Putin have to put in gas chambers before the West will complain?!

    I guess it’s Munich and Chamberlain with England even to this day, even after the world was shown the true nature of Adolf Hitler, England 仍然 wants to appease him!

    • 回复: @Ann Nonny Mouse
  90. Lets dig this grave up and first discover who or what is in it, then we can move forward on a real autopsy if a body or the body of Floyd is in there. The real family if it is his would want the truth you would think so why would they disagree? The people of every community deserve the truth, since they along with even those that were not used to demonstrate were brought to their knees and irreversible damage is done. The autopsy if he is in the grave must first prove it is him before moving forward. I’m betting if there is a body and that is a slim chance that it is not Floyd, if there is no body most likely bags of cement. Why in the world would anyone not want to have this investigated, unless they had something to lose, hide, or were part of an agenda?

  91. Corvinus 说:

    “I have no difficulty finding the official medical examiner’s report, but there is no sign of a second autopsy.”

    Google “second autopsy on floyd”. There you will find the results of the second autopsy. Here is an explanation of those findings. Dr. Michael Baden conducted it.

    https://roguerocket.com/2020/06/02/floyd-reports

    The official document for the independent autopsy has yet to be released, as rules governing it vary from state to state regarding medical privacy. Of course, there is an ongoing investigation, and such a document is not for the eyes of the public, but rather for the lawyers of the parties involved. Mr. Roberts should know this fact but neglects to mention it.

    “Americans are the world’s most gullible people…”

    How anti-white for you to say, Mr. Roberts.

    • 回复: @Redman
    , @Curmudgeon
  92. BCB232 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    Dr Roberts, the Hennepin county website has the autopsy report here:

    https://www.hennepin.us/-/media/hennepinus/residents/public-safety/documents/Autopsy_2020-3700_Floyd.pdf

    I have only been able to find the document that FB references at the Granicus (a private tech firm) managed website.

  93. Why would and otherwise astute writer confuse Hanitty, who is eternally civnat, with the right wing? And, sometimes a drone is not an idiot but just a drone.

  94. ANZ 说:
    @Mefobills

    同意。

    Hence the value of the refrain to not rush into judgement. Let cooler heads prevail. Ideally the MSM would support this approach, but they’ve fallen into sensationalism and serving as a propaganda mouthpiece. It’s been accelerating downhill since the 1996 Telecommuncations act which privatized the media commons.

    Still, the mechanism which you highlighted of first narratives sticking in the brain is useful when properly employed. It is a basis for perseverance and commitment to an idea. The key is to get good narrative in the brain to begin with and reinforce that good narrative repeatedly over time to reinforce the neural network. This implantation of good narrative must start in the home and in K-12 schooling. Any wonder cultural marxists make schools a primary infiltration target?

    Good narrative is thus a fountain for the lifeblood of a nation and should be safeguarded with highest protections. Every action begins as an idea. Ideas are constrained and molded by values. Certain values are absolutely incompatible/mutually exclusive to others so the concepts of “celebrate diversity” and “tolerance” when it comes to opposing values are the seeds of chaos.

    A strong traditional family is a great foundation and defense of healthier first narrrative. Society should plan accordingly. Certain Slavic countries are right to use law to encourage family formation. They are right to enshrine only traditional marriage in law, not giving gay marriage equal standing. This is a very interesting direction for them to take, since these Slavic countries are the ones with the largest most recent experience with Marxism. Not a coincidence.

    I would wager that there are racial differences in the ability to program and reprogram narrative. When challenged with more fitting data, changing ideas is healthy. Some groups are incapable of that it seems.

    • 同意: Mefobills
  95. Rurik 说:
    @anonymous

    Americans are gullible, apathetic people who swallow any story no matter how absurd. Iraq, a much smaller third world country, was going to come get us with it’s WMD. Despite all the self-flattery they’re mostly a bunch of cowards,

    And Europeans are somehow better?

    I saw the George Floyd protests in Europe. I suspect being a black man in Germany would be an amazing boon if you were the randy type.

    Here’s a list of war-criminal countries that participated in the bombing and destruction of Iraq

    [更多]

    美国
    英国
    澳大利亚
    波兰
    支持者:
    Italy[1]
    Canada[2]
    Netherlands[3]

    How many French protested in the streets over the French bombing campaign in Libya, eh?

    Look at those pathetic wimps in New Zealand who gave up their guns because of some idiotic fake video of a ‘Mosque shooting’.

    Yes, Americans are a deluded and apathetic people, but no more so than fagola England, (for God’s sake!), or France, where they elected this thing when they could have voted for Le Pen.

    We must accept that what ails us, it civilizational, and not national.

    Canada is dying from the same disease as Germany, just as Rhodesia fell to the silence of the West, so too South Africa is dying from the exact same civilizational disease.

    The bovine apathy and willful ignorance (moral cowardice) is all pervasive in the West.

    How many Europeans are willing to go on record that ((9/11)) was OBVIOUSLY an inside job?

    That the Eternal Wars in the Middle East (and Ukraine and beyond), are OBVISOUSLY orchestrated for the benefit of Israel?

    Has a British MP recently mentioned that? How about a BBC journalist?

    Say what you want about Americans, and most of it is true. But sadly and tragically, it’s even more true about Europe.

    At least we still have our guns, and can say ‘there were no lamps or soap or gas chambers’, without being carted off to a dungeon.

    • 谢谢: FLgeezer
    • 回复: @Rogue
    , @Half-Jap
  96. Sigh. It does not matter. The whole incident is moot. A “Jury of his peers” in Minneapolis will decide the fate of the police officer involved in the incident. If Mr. Floyd had not been the intended victim of this orchestrated False Flag, they would have used “The Atlanta Jogger” or the out-and-out police murder of the paramedic, Ms. Taylor. THAT case should have been a righteous trigger for legitimate outrage.
    Thoughtful people must still keep in mind these series of incidents have been going on for a long, long time. When the police become militarized and (((trained by foreign military assets))), this is what you end up with. However, as long as TPTB can keep the white people petrified scared about the Negro boogeyman, the “Thin Blue Line” will thrive.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  97. @Redman

    Actually even I can’t find it but we’ll know quickly whether it exists or not (the long video) because it will be the primary evidence.

  98. “Americans are the world’s most gullible people. They have fallen for every transparent lie of the 21st century from 9/11 through alleged Russian bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops.”

    Now that you’ve raised the issue: Do you still refuse to consider the possibility that Trump is a con man whose campaign was a bait-and-switch scam?

    • 回复: @Rogue
  99. Redman 说:
    @Sam M

    So you need to subscribe to the NYT in order to get a copy of the Baden second autopsy? Figures.

  100. BCB232 说:
    @Rurik

    When I first saw the video, I thought Chauvin’s hand was in his pocket and my first thought was “how arrogant.” Then I looked at the video closer – his hand wasn’t in this pocket – he was wearing black gloves that blended in with his pants.

    • 谢谢: Rurik
  101. absolom 说:

    @红衣男子

    I made the same observation a few days ago…

    It’s seems original mp4 was removed from youtube. So now (maybe), you can only go to official(s) mainstreams, to see only what they want you show…

    Sorry for my bad english and sorry if somebody refind this video somewhere 🙂

    Regards, from Switzerland

  102. Montefrío 说:
    @TomSchmidt

    This infrequent commenter agrees as well.

  103. Wally 说:
    @UncommonGround

    问:
    “Why did the policeman take Floyd from the police car where he had been put, lay him down with his knee on his neck and wait until he was dead, even if people were asking him to stop doing that? ”

    – AFAIK there is no proof that Chauvin actually pulled Floyd from the car.

    – Floyd may have resisted arrest and was then taken down by Chauvin.

  104. Anon[375]• 免责声明 说:
    @VICB3

    不,实际上另一只膝盖着地的正是这应该起作用的方式。 官员不应该把所有的重量都放在膝盖上。 他们应该施加足够的重量以防止嫌疑人移动他的头部和上半身(另一只膝盖部分放在背部)。 他们把大部分重量放在另一条腿上。

    这是一招,不是杀招。

    • 同意: bruce county
  105. Emslander 说:
    @Tucker

    但是,事情的简单事实——正如保罗·克雷格·罗伯茨所指出的——是弗洛伊德脖子一侧的膝盖并不是导致他死亡的原因。 导致他死亡的原因是弗洛伊德体内大量非法药物,而体检医师的一份也是唯一合法的尸检报告证明了这一事实。

    It’s a mystery to me how a whole people, the entire population of the world with access to the internet apparently, is so ignorant of very simple principles of guilt and innocence in a crime as universal as Murder. The cause of death in a criminal prosecution is only one of the elements of the crime. The acts and intentions of the accused perpetrator and the alleged victim prior to the incident are much more important.

    举个简单的例子。 一名男子 (A) 死了,而死亡是由另一名男子 (B) 发射的子弹造成的。 在这种情况下,因果关系非常清楚,但与原因分离的多种因素仍有待确定:

    1. B 是将枪对准 A 还是 A 突然进入了火线? (狩猎事故)。
    2. A 有没有枪,它是在向 B 开火吗? (自我防备。)
    3. A 和 B 是士兵吗? (战争。)

    You can go on forever like this. The police officer’s kneeling doesn’t appear to be the “cause of death”. I’ve argued this many times in these comments. However, even if it were, the critical elements of this incident were the actions of both men and several other people prior to Floyd’s death. Of course, Mr. Floyd’s death was a tragedy, but scattershot emotions derived primarily from a totally unexplained video, have shown themselves to be dangerous to everyone involved, including many of the large cities of our nation. The press on both sides of this have been criminally irresponsible. I heard conservative radio commentators conclude that they witnessed a murder because they saw a video of a policeman restraining a man.

    世界人口的情绪消散程度正在达到大流行的程度。

    • 同意: Curmudgeon
    • 回复: @Stan d Mute
  106. Redman 说:
    @Corvinus

    “The official document for the independent autopsy has yet to be released, as rules governing it vary from state to state regarding medical privacy.”

    So instead we (the public) get to hear the paid-for opinions hired by the family’s lawyer. Along with the incurious MSM’s breathless regurgitation that Floyd was “killed.” Can you cite any specific “rules” that preclude release of the second Floyd autopsy? or are you just flapping your gums as usual?

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  107. @Rurik

    And how many Julian Assanges do you need to slowly torture to death? And how many do you want to serve a meal with polonium in the food to? And how many are you searching for to join the Skripals in the deep six? And how many incidental killings of Yemenis with British weapons do we need to see?

    • 回复: @Rurik
  108. JQ 说:

    The neck of a man the size of floyd’s body has to be very strong.

    To all those saying you can asphyxiate a man this way should probably go train some jiu-jitsu.
    UFC might have a some new moves instead of the usual rear choke or the triangle!

    You have more chances of braking his neck or spine with this than depriving him of oxygen.

    People are extremally naïve

    • 回复: @Stan d Mute
  109. absolom 说:

    @红衣男子

    Same observation as you a few days ago…

    It(s) seems original mp4 was removed.

    Regards, from Switzerland

  110. aandrews 说:

    游戏规则改变者!

    When Chauvin goes to trial and, if it’s a fair trial, is acquitted of any procedural wrongdoing (an explanation of why he casually had his hand in his pocket as he held Floyd down as the scene was being recorded; he wasn’t doing anything wrong as far as he knew), that’s when it all hits the fan in a major way. If you don’t already have one, buy an AR, is 我的建议.

  111. All white people, hope you know how to gird your loins, because haters like the nut in this video are coming for us, especially us white boys.

    A drug addict, with a rap sheet as long as your arm, shouldn’t have to worry about some cracka cop busting him when he trying to pass fake money.
    And that pregnant woman St. Floyd robbed, while holding a gun to her head, she’s just a racist.

    The Commie pAntifa thugs are going all out this time, maybe even starting another Civil War.

    • 回复: @gotmituns
  112. Anon[501]• 免责声明 说:
    @gotmituns

    The most important thing was that Floyd had a past criminal record and Chauvin was a cop, an upholder of the law. Floyd should have been executed for his previous crimes, in a smarter society. If we executed all criminals, we’d cut our crime rate in half overnight. Since most of our criminals happen to be black, tough on them.

  113. Rurik 说:
    @Dweezil the Weasel

    If Mr. Floyd had not been the intended victim of this orchestrated False Flag

    unlike so many other attempts, (Michael brown, et al) the optics of this one was picture-perfect for their ‘whitey is racist and evil’ agenda.

    as long as TPTB can keep the white people petrified scared about the Negro boogeyman

    but the real question is what really is their agenda here?

    Tearing down statues and banning the Confederate flag might only bolster whitey’s resolve to vote for Trump once again, which seems completely counter to their agenda, when all they do is hate on Trump 24/7.

    Are they trying to muster rage against Trump from the base? Shame whitey into staying home on election day?

    What is the goal here?

  114. geokat62 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    I do not know what this document is. But I do know that it is not the medical examiner’s report.

    I just visited the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s website and if you scroll down to News Releases, you’ll find a PDF to this Press Release posted under June 1… just below a link to the medical examiner’s autopsy report.

    这里是链接:

    https://www.hennepin.us/me#navigation

  115. @UncommonGround

    Why did the policeman take Floyd from the police car where he had been put

    I believe because Floyd requested to be let out claiming a medical emergency: “I can’t breathe!”. So he was taken out and an ambulence was called to to take him to the hospital. Brutal, I know.

  116. Curmudgeon 说:
    @UncommonGround

    Why did the policeman take Floyd from the police car where he had been put, lay him down with his knee on his neck and wait until he was dead, even if people were asking him to stop doing that?

    How is life in Utopia?

    “The” policeman didn’t take Floyd from the police car, several did.
    The removed him because he was resisting being put in the vehicle.
    In judo, the collar of a garment is used to “strangle” an opponent by cutting off blood supply to the brain in order to render the opponent unconscious. It requires pressure on both sides and the back of the neck to cut off blood supply. The “knee to the neck” would not accomplish this. At best one side would be compressed.
    The trachea is at the front of the throat/neck. At no time was the trachea/air supply compressed. The fact that Floyd said “I can’t breathe”, means he could breathe. Air from the lung passes over the larynx (vocal chords) to accomplish speech. In that context, his “I can’t breathe” was either a ruse or caused by something else. The police had already called for medical assistance to check out whether it was caused by something else.
    Why would a police officer do what a bystander asks him to do while he is dealing with a detained suspect? Does the bystander understand the policies and procedures of the police department? If the detained suspect started attacking the police officer, should he not defend himself if a bystander asks him not to? The knee on the neck was approved for use by the Minneapolis Police Department. If people have a problem with that, blame those who drew up the protocol for its use.

    The real issue is the militarization of police forces. Some of the tactics used are

    • 回复: @Zarathustra
  117. Redman 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    Maybe this article sheds some light on why there is no mention of homicide (nor any medical evidence of mechanical asphyxiation) yet there is in the “press release.”

    https://www.startribune.com/floyd-s-autopsy-makes-medical-examiner-a-rare-target-of-anger/571343522/

    “The way the preliminary results were first presented confused the public and prompted demands for Baker to resign or be fired.”

    Seems that Dr. Baker, the Hennepin M.E., was under a lot of public pressure after the initial release of autopsy findings, including the high blood level of fentanyl and norfentanyl. Could this have something to do with the seemingly inconsistent finding of “homicide” stated in the press release?

  118. Rurik 说:
    @Ann Nonny Mouse

    And how many incidental killings of Yemenis with British weapons do we need to see?

    the last I heard was that the favored weapon being used against the Yemenis was none other than England’s preferred weapon of choice: mass-starvation.

    Like the concentration camps they used to murder the women and children of South Africa at the beginning of the 20th century, they 喜欢 starvation, (used against Germany after she honorably laid down her arms at the Armistice), because as I once heard it described, it’s cheap, it’s humiliating, and it’s excruciating’.

    这样的交易!

    What’s so tragic about England and France.. et al, is that I suspect that the elites of these nations harbor no hatred on this earth, like they do for the British and French people.

    Today they starve the Yemenis, because that suits the geo-political agenda of an alliance with Saudi Arabia .. for now. But if the true id of the British aristocracy, ((and their masters)), could be unleashed, no one would suffer more than the British average man on the street, for whom there is more ((hatred)) than I can comprehend.

    All anyone needs to know, is Rotherham – London – Harare – Johannesburg…

  119. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    where he was complaining that he couldn’t breathe and then he died. No causality or connections here just an unfortunate coincidence right?

    He was complaining he couldn’t breathe before he was put on the ground, which is why medical assistance was called. The “knee on the neck” is commonly used by many police forces in the US and in other parts of the world. If it were as dangerous as alleged, one would expect to be able to find easily, another example of a death caused by it. I have tried to find a case where that has happened and can’t, other than the allegations made about the Floyd case.
    If someone else has, I would appreciate the link.

  120. @Grahamsno(G64)

    “What’s with the Alt Right and the championing of hopeless causes; Floyd wasn’t killed by excessive force, Covid 19 is just a flu, the Confederacy wasn’t about slavery, Hitler dindu nuffin, there’s a strong pattern of addiction to such hopeless causes that I think your main one your White Ethnostate is another hopeless cause. The pattern strongly suggests it.”

    You nailed it. You’re smarter than us. Howzabout:

    • Floyd was an innocent victim of a militarized police state. Choir boy and food kitchen volunteer. Just like Michael Brown and budding valedictorian Trayvon Martin.

    • The only reason Covid 19 hasn’t killed more than the black plague is due to bold leadership from Andrew Cuomo and Gavin Newsom and Gretchen Whitmer. Trump made it all horribly worse.

    • There were no slaves in the Northern States, and textile economics had nothing to do with it.

    • Hitler was a monster who slaughtered 6 million innocent Jews who were simply trying to raise their families and lead moral humble lives. There was no Communism, no pornography, no rampant inflation, and Hitler attacked England completely unprovoked. In fact, Churchill sent NINE separate peace proposals to the Monster.

    BONUS POINTS:

    • Florida will be completely underwater by 2016.
    • The police have a planned national conspiracy to murder unarmed black men, even though they commit the fewest crimes.
    • There’s no difference between the races, and IQ doesn’t exist.
    • Jews don’t control Hollywood.

    ew! Glad we cleared the air. Man, conservatives sure are stupid!

    P.S.: You may be correct that a white ethnostate is a pipe dream. But you better pray you’re not.

    • 回复: @Rogue
    , @Hippopotamusdrome
  121. gotmituns 说:
    @Greg Bacon

    Just another dumb hysterical female.

    • 回复: @Greg Bacon
  122. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Corvinus

    The link is bullshit. Compression of one carotid artery is would, at best, render Floyd unconscious.

    In this report, Baden and Wilson determined that Floyd specifically died of “asphyxiation from sustained pressure” after being pinned down by his neck and back.

    Baden also said that he found hemorrhaging around Floyd’s right carotid artery that impeded blood flow to the brain.

    Hemorrhaging means blood outside the blood vessel which would cause bruising. What Baden and Wilson are alleging is incompetence by the Physician performing the first autopsy. The right carotid was away from the knee.
    https://healthfully.com/symptoms-of-clogged-arteries-in-the-neck-3720691.html
    https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/circle-of-willis#what-it-is

    • 回复: @Redman
    , @Corvinus
  123. @Mefobills

    Propaganda works because first info myelin sheaths, and to overcome first info
    许多订单更困难。

    不,宣传有效是因为“人们无法跟上他们不断
    manipulation”, cumulating next to zero experience from all previous false-flags.
    而且有很多,即使从 11 年 2001 月 XNUMX 日开始计算,
    更不用说 14 年 1865 月 XNUMX 日的耶稣受难日了。
    差不多十年/几个世纪之久的土拨鼠日。

    • 回复: @Mefobills
  124. @Paul Craig Roberts

    https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/evidence-points-to-cnn-and-shaun-king-guilty-of-fabricating-george-floyd-video

    http://chrisspivey.org/think-floyd/ (Chris swears really alot! Don’t agree with him much elsewhere, but truly nails this con job imo!))

    (322) = 3 days, 2 days, 2 days “Symbolism will be their downfall!” Q

    https://mobile.twitter.com/jeremyMS_NZ/status/1268992431250264064

    Huuuuuu⚡

  125. KenH 说:

    Good job by Paul Craig Roberts in pointing out the fact that there is no second autopsy report other than Michael Baden spouting hot air on TV. If there truly was a second autopsy report then CNN and MSNBC and probably FOX would be quoting extensively from it.

    Sean Hannity is trying to help Trump win the black vote so has thrown Chauvin under the bus and just batted his eyelashes at Dr. Baden while he claimed Floyd was murdered by Chauvin a few weeks back and never cross examined his claims.

    Officer Chauvin will not get a fair trial and at minimum he should be granted a change of venue which will probably be denied. There was a time when change of venue for a high profile trial was automatic to ensure the defense receives a fair trial but now there are woke/corrupt DA’s and judges who game the proceedings to ensure a conviction of a defendant especially if they are white or hold politically incorrect beliefs.

    • 回复: @Uncle Sam
  126. Thomasina 说:
    @Harry Huntington

    Sorry, I did look hard for a copy of the autopsy, but couldn’t find it online. I did locate their initial findings, but the article said that they were waiting for the toxicology reports before they finalized their report. Maybe Dr. Roberts can get a copy of it through the officer’s defense counsel.

  127. TRM 说:
    @Tucker

    对这件事的看法很好。 也总结一下我的感受。 跪在某人的脖子一侧超过 8 分钟只是虐待狂,但这就是他的训练方式。 解决方案? 停止训练他们这样做。 让警察工会停止为坏警察辩护。 查文有 18 次投诉和 2 次纪律处分,他们无法将其掩盖。

    1)停止让以色列军队和前军队训练警察。
    2)让工会停止为坏警察辩护。
    3)让反社会/精神病警察离开部队。

    第三个也没有得到太多关注。 大约 15% 的人口是精神病患者/社会变态者。 他们倾向于寻找凌驾于他人的权力位置。 我猜 20-25% 的警察(政治家和商界领袖也是如此)属于这一类。

    • 回复: @Colin Wright
  128. Begemot 说:

    In Mr. Roberts previous article, “Did George Floyd Die from An Overdose of Fentanyl or from Homicide?”, Mr. Roberts states:

    The medical examiner’s report—completely ignored by the media and public authorities—indicates that Floyd died of a fatal dose of the opioid fentanyl and not from strangulation by officer Chauvin.

    Having gone through the medical examiners report offered here by Mr. Roberts I did not find any statement by the medical examiner where he indicated a cause of death. I do not know if an absence of a notation of cause of death is normal in a medical examiner’s report, but it seems that with such an absence any suggestions of cause of death by a layman is merely speculative. Mr. Roberts statement that the medical examiner’s report “indicates that Floyd died of a fatal dose of the opioid fentanyl” is therefore unwarranted.

    • 回复: @Paul Craig Roberts
  129. @TomSchmidt

    @保罗·克雷格·罗伯茨
    I have searched the Internet and cannot find the alleged second autopsy—the so-called “independent autopsy” hired by “George Floyd’s family.”

    The second autopsy was not governmental nor public. It was performed on behalf of attorney for Floyd family. Accordingly, it remains “work product” subject only to rules of discovery, once suit is commenced.

  130. @Curmudgeon

    Stress my friend stress. Too much adrenaline in your bloodstream will kill you every time.

  131. @geokat62

    A press release is not a medical examiner’s report. Who knows the biases of a PR person or the effect on the person of the video.

    A lot of pressure had been put on the medical adviser. He no doubt feels isolated. The local Minneapolis paper, the Tribune Star, is creating a different position for him, with or without his consent.

    But it is very difficult to rule a death a homicide when the blood report shows Floyd with a fatal amount of fenantyl and also reports no “life-threatening injuries” from his restraint.

    So exactly how was a homicide committed?

    The fact that no media source has mentioned the fatal level of fentanyl in flood’s blood or the medical report itself except to lie that it supports a non-existant “second autopsy” that the police killed Floyd, along with insistent comments from ignorant people hiding behind false names that murder was done, is an indication that ignorant emotion is stamping out fact.

    Increasingly I see and write about emotion shoving away fact. What more and more Americans desire is confirmation of their hatreds and biases, the truth be damned. A country such as this has no future but violence.

    • 同意: Zarathustra, Richard B
    • 谢谢: GazaPlanet
  132. Tucker 说:
    @Stephen Paul Foster

    Hannity 和 Limbaugh 被举起来并作为他们需要倾听的声音呈现给愚蠢的白红州探鼻者,只有一个原因——这就是:

    这两只犹大山羊都是假旗恐怖主义赞助国家的巨大脚趾吸盘
    以色列。

    这两个小丑从来没有对坐在白宫里的人在他们的名字旁边有一个 R 的人发表任何应得的批评。 他们是有时假装反对的同一个共和党机构的道歉者、旋转医生和借口制造者。

    另一方面,塔克卡尔森也舔以色列人的脚趾和其他更不那么开胃的身体部位——但与汉尼蒂或林博愿意不断地口交以色列人的令人难以置信的恶心方式相去甚远。 卡尔森似乎是民粹主义、民族主义右翼中唯一一个对任何事情都说实话的人。

    这就是为什么他是第一。

  133. anon[146]• 免责声明 说:

    Knock me over with a feather! Here I was going to post that very link from Black Agenda Report, and you already did it. For me, however, the link is evidence in rebuttal of your counterrevolutionary angst.

    Of course the onset of struggle was not spontaneous. It was obviously well prepared-for. Congratulations for pointing out that it was organized by blacks – everyone else here wants to view them as pawns. Of course it was promptly seeded with provocateurs by CIA acting through the Phoenix I mean fusion centers. And naturally the Democrats are trying, with their BLM puppets, to change the subject from derogation of non-derogable rights to racial discrimination. The CIA regime has always tried to reduce your rights to non-discrimination in the exercise of violent arbitrary repression.

    Floyd’s lynching is, as you note, entirely incidental as a pretext. Police criminality throws up an endless series of potential catalysts, and the choice of one will depend on circumstances and on the rebels’ state of preparedness. So who cares about Chauvin? He is innocent, you say. If I drop a brick on a killer cop’s head and he’s roid-raging on Primo and he goes into afib and goes tits-up, will I get off? Of course not. Chauvin’s sacrifice is merely equal justice under the bullshit neoSoviet pseudo-legal red tape of our time, or so-called law.

    Anybody who thinks this is about Floyd is an idiot but there can’t be many people that stupid. This is obviously, explicitly about recourse to rebellion against widespread and systematic human rights derogations including the gravest crimes. So objections grounded in municipal law are not germane. When a state fails and forfeits its sovereignty as the USA has, then world-standard rule of law applies. Complementarity, you know. The USA has transitioned from Pillar I of R2P to Pillar II, as the failed state, not the protector.

    All along you’ve been telling us how this state has failed. You’ve documented the gnats-ass detail of the degenerate US judicial system, case-by-case from Tsarnaev to Flynn. So it’s silly to now stand on the niceties of discredited US shitlaw to balk needed Abwicklung.

  134. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    And where exactly in the autopsy report does it state, or even imply, that Floyd died of a drug overdose…?

    Or is this something that only non-medical ‘experts’ are saying…?

    Forensic Pathologist Breaks Down George Floyd’s Death

    The author, a forensic pathologist in California, also 解释 the difference between ’cause of death’ and ‘manner of death’…

    Do not confuse the cause and manner of death

    Cause of death is the disease or the injury that killed the person: heart disease, appendicitis, stab wound, drowning, etc…

    Manner of death is a classification of the cause into 5 categories: natural (for disease), accident, suicide, homicide (for injuries) or undetermined (if it can’t be categorized easily or there is insufficient information).

    The official report from the Hennepin County medical examiner rules the Floyd death a ‘homicide’…not any of the other four categories…that does not leave a lot of ambiguity…

    Why not talk to an actual pathologist about Floyd’s death…?…if you can get a pathologist to agree that Floyd died of an overdose, then that would be something else altogether…

    Here is a licensed doctor explaining Floyd’s toxicology report…

    George Floyd’s toxicology report that was released with autopsy from Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s office was released week of June 1, 2020.

    Nothing in it absolves those officers, and the report confirms what we saw happen on camera.

    He notes that there is no sign of Floyd nodding off, his chin dropping to his chest, which is what happens when someone slips into an overdose…

    Any competent doctor who has dealt with overdoses will agree with this, as does a board-certified emergency doctor who posted a number of comments on this site…

  135. Anonymous[339]• 免责声明 说:

    And the so called Right-RED deplorable media conservative writers are either too naive o they just dontget it…Its about POWER regaining political power, wiping off the corporate debt,….for the LEFT FACTS are useless irrelevant..MSM must keep lying…and its seems to beworking dumb mute deaf Biden up by 10pts…is that another LIE..fantasy…ALL is a matter of perpective terror looting stabbings homicides violence toppling monuments etc. a politics by other means…

  136. Thomasina 说:
    @Rohirrimborn

    It sounds like your father was a good judge of character, probably because he had good character himself. I think it takes having good character AND intelligence to be able to spot people like Dr. Baden.

    A liar for hire! This man sounds like a psychopath (primary psychopathy, usually considered the “successful” psychopath). I guess they’re in every profession, but you never think of them being doctors! No remorse, no empathy, no guilt, manipulation, lying, cold and calculating. And the man had eight children! Let’s hope the mothers were good people and could soften any genetic tendencies that might have been passed on. He, no doubt, has left a trail of destruction behind him.

    I can’t imagine George Floyd’s counsel hiring someone like this. He must have known Dr. Baden’s reputation. Are they looking for a liar who will spin the evidence, or are they purposely looking to lose?

    Thanks for your post. So glad you had a good father.

  137. the shadow 说:

    Here ww go again with Roberts again touting the finding of the official autopsy report proving that the entire case of police murdering Floys is completely bogus and merely an excuse for the long planned uprising it supposedly triggered

    ASo as sportcaster Warner Wolf used to say, let’s go to the video tape and actually excamine the key parts of the official autopsy reports that I cite verbatum below with explanatoary reference in brackets citing definitions from a medical dictionary describing the medical terms used in the rep[ort./

    CASE TITLE:
    CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST COMPLICATING LAW ENFORCEMENT
    SUBDUAL, RESTRAINT, AND NECK COMPRESSION

    This is identified as only the “title” of the report is written at the top of the report that thereby merely identifies the subject matter of the report rather than stating the official conclusions of the medical examiner as the cause of death that by its terms is an absurd conclusion were it stating the cause of death. Just consider how could a cardiopulpomnary arrest be “complicating law enforcement” except, of course, that a person having suffered such an event in the hands of law enformcent officers definitely complicates their explanation of how it happened. This is not, however a finding specifying the 死亡原因, but it certainly points to the means of death and by whom it was inflicted that the report seeks to hide.

    This the title identifies the report as a complete whiotewash and cpoer up of the cause of death.

    The two wordss and phrase set off by commas describe that apparently three distinct conditions’ except “subdual” is a nonesense word appearing in neither the medical dictionary or Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. Subdual is almost certainly a “typo” for “subdu[r]al” with the missing “r” that refers to the region of the brain below the dura matter. Definitely would not want to identify that type of injury in the murdered man so the condition was hidden by a typo.

    FINAL DIAGNOSIS:
    46-year-old man who became unresponsive while being restrained by law enforcement officers; he received emergency medical treatment in the field and subsequently in the Hennepin HealthCare (HHC) Emergency Department, but could not be rescuscitated

    Although it is identified in the report as a final “diagnosis, it is by its terms anything but when a diagnosis refers to the finding from the condition of the body about the cause of death a medical examiner concludes from the direct evidence obtained from examining the body.

    Perhaps Mr. Roberts can explain under what circumstances the medical examiner in fact directly observed any of the activities he recites in his findings that are at best 2nd or 3rd hand hearsay that do not belong in any autopsy report as any kind of final diagnosis by a medical examiner.

    But until he does, spouting this conclusion to be exonerating the police is simply blowing smoke to cover up a whitewash.

    RESPIRATORY SYSTEM: The right and left lung 1085 and 1015 g, respectively. The external surfaces are pink only on the most anterior aspects, and deep-purple in all other areas. The pulmonary parenchyma [essential tissue of an organ] is diffusely congested and edematous [having an abnormal excess accumulation of serious fluid in connective tissue or in serous cavity]. No mass lesions or areas of consolidation are present. The pulmonary tree is free of thromboemboli [blocked blood vessels]. The tracheobronchial tree is free of blood, edema fluid, or foreign material.

    Now this description identifies an interesting finding that may well have a direct bearing on the actual cause of death the medical examiner is covering up with his whitewash.

    The key is that the examiner records that only “the 最先进的 anterior [frontal] aspects” of the “external surfaces are pink,” but that he lungs are “deep purple in 所有其他 领域。”

    What’s the significance of the color difference? The amount of oxygen in the different parts of the lungs, with the pink areas identifying the more oxygen rich and the dark-purple identifying the more oxygen starved areas in the same way that arterial blood is bright red, while venous blood is bluish.

    Thus until and unless the reason for the difference in coloration identified in the examiner’s report are fully and completely explained and related to and prove the cause of death Floyd’s death is entirely unrelated to what the police did to him, this report and any conclusions based upon it are nothing more than a pure whitewash covering up the police murder of Floyd.

  138. TrudeauSux 说:

    How come no one cites another key MAJOR point from the autopsy???

    no petechiae or (capillaries bursting) bleeding around the eyes, the mouth or the conjunctiva of the eyes? These are all common characteristics in asphyxiation and strangulation cases.

    There was no petechiae observed on Floyd. It’s right in the autopsy report. He wasn’t asphyxiated…this will come out in court and be referenced.

    There was also no brain injury or signs of brain hypoxia in the form of stroke or tissues death (necrosis)

    This wasn’t a murder…..the facts don’t show intent or injury caused by Chauvin.

    Also, the assistant district attorney when charging Chauvin et al said (sic) “There are several reasons that charges 是不 warranted”. He said this, I was watching and listening…..the media totally ignored this statement as long as they were charged, the media horde was satisfied.

    • 谢谢: Dieter Kief
    • 回复: @Thomasina
    , @Genrick Yagoda
  139. @Anon

    Ng/ml is independent of the persons size as it gives the concentration in the blood. This doesn’t take into account (as mentioned) the other drugs in his system. Nor does it also factor in his extreme heart condition with passages blocked 90-75-50% according to the autopsy.

    Exactly right. Yet no public discussion is allowed as to what that blood-level means, medically.

    In fact, one of the misleading talking points used to shut down inquiry is that: “Talking about Floyd’s 历史 or 状态 as a drug-user is irrelevant and must be rejected as trying to stigmatize and blame the victim.” But no, the issue is not his past use, but the level in his blood 当时, and whether that’s what caused his death. But because the readers of this tripe don’t know what a blood level of 11ng/ml means, this silencing technique works.

    His crappy heart may have also been a big factor, or maybe not. It could be that once an opiod shuts down your heart and lungs you’re done for, regardless of how well or badly they were working before. IDK.

    It would be better legally for the cops if his death was solely due to fentanyl. To the extent he had a bad heart, it will be turned around to say it just makes it more likely that the knee-hold killed him.

    If they get a fair trial they will be acquitted. But they won’t get a fair trial.

    • 回复: @Dieter Kief
  140. @Paul Craig Roberts

    Regarding Floyd’s Covid19 status (known positive as of April 3, 2020 according to autopsy) I find it curious that he wasn’t dead (or at least flat on his back and barely alive) in the days leading up to and including May 25, given his lifestyle and documented severe chronic co-morbidities. Ergo, the Floyd case seems to discredit the primary official narrative of Covid19.

  141. TrudeauSux 说:
    @FB

    Reasonable doubt buddy…ever heard of it??? I man with a lethal dose of fentanyl and meth and extreme heart disease died…that is reasonable doubt that Chaivin murdered him.

  142. @Rohirrimborn

    Dr. Baden who he considered a presstitute fraud of the first order

    He’s an expert for hire. Everyone in the legal profession (especially those who hire them), know these people are paid whores. They take huge amounts of money in return for an “expert opinion” that supports the legal case of whoever hired them. If he’s also a “prestitute” that just makes him a double-whore.

  143. ic1000 说:
    @Hypnotoad666

    June 20th comment at iSteve.

    Floyd’s blood level of fentanyl would likely have led to respiratory arrest for somebody not tolerant to opioids (i.e. a non-user).

    As far as users, it’s hard to know. The more opioids a person takes, the higher the amount needed to exert an effect. For some people, Floyd’s level wouldn’t relieve pain, cause a high, or depress respiration.

    一种猜测是,弗洛伊德在警察靠近时吞下了一个袋子,从而不小心吸食了自己。 相反的是,他是一个瘾君子,所以这个血脂水平是“一切照旧”。

    This earlier comment has a link to a relevant medical paper:

    ...公差 is probably the key factor that determines whether 11 mg/mL is a little or a lot. For many/most first-time users, it looks like enough to cause stupor and then respiratory arrest. But one hallmark of opioids is that the body adapts to regular use over a period of weeks — you need progressively more to get high, and also to achieve the (undesired) effect of respiratory arrest.

    So you’d want a history of Floyd’s drug use to put 11 ng/mL in context…

    • 同意: Chrisnonymous
  144. Redman 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    And don’t forget that Baden’s chief diagnostic tool was “watching the video.” Brilliant.

  145. lysias 说:
    @Hypnotoad666

    I don’t see how your comment questioned the official medical examiner’s report.

  146. Greg Bacon 说:
    @gotmituns

    Just another dumb hysterical female.

    More than dumb, she’s got mental problems, and she is on an educational board. And a member of a certain sect that thinks they’re superior to us white people.

    So why doesn’t BLM/pAntifa go after a religion that teaches its adherents that they are superior to everyone else, and they have been put in charge of us cattle?

    Or is the $$$, MSM debacles and endless rage over something, coming from leftist Jews who want to turn America into anudda’ Palestine.

  147. Rurik 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    What more and more Americans desire is confirmation of their hatreds and biases, the truth be damned.

    不能与之争辩!

    But if I may.. I’d just like to say that not all columnists have the integrity to comment on their articles, and defend their positions.

    I’ve been reading you Sir, for a long time now, and I find your integrity (and intelligence and honesty and courage), to be ironclad, among a very few of our ‘intellectuals’ (hoping that term has not become a pejorative these days ; ), and I for one am very grateful to you for your truth-telling, in this age of ubiquitous, agenda-driven lies.

    War with Russia would be a very bad thing, and you Sir are among those few who understand that, and more importantly, have the stones to speak this (and other) critical truths to ‘power’. (I left off the echoes ; ) The West seems doomed to depraved dissolution, but hopefully Eastern Europe and Russia will keep the lights burning.

    Just wanted to say that on the record to you personally.

    No reply necessary.

    • 同意: follyofwar, Redman
    • 回复: @SafeNow
  148. Thomasina 说:
    @TrudeauSux

    Firstly, I agree with your name, “Trudeau Sux”. He most certainly does!

    Secondly, great point about petechiae. I do remember hearing about a young girl who got a small ball lodged in her throat and the blood that was coming out of different orifices (if I remember correctly, her ears too, but I could be wrong about this). This girl was obviously dying when the emergency personnel arrived. The Heimlich Maneuver (which was new at the time) saved her. What stuck with me was the fact that blood was coming out of her orifices.

    You make an excellent point, a key point. Thanks for posting.

  149. Redman 说:
    @FB

    Are you seriously considering this “doctor bernard” authoritative? The guy looks like he just graduated high school and has trenchant vocal fry.

    But what exactly is his argument? That we didn’t “see him” on camera exhibit what’s expected of someone OD’ing when he was walking. And that he wasn’t particularly fat. Huh?

    This ignores the theory that he may have swallowed the baggie of Fentanyl when struggling in the car. He dropped one baggie by his car, and dropped/picked up a second baggie when seated against the wall. This video makes my theory (that Floyd tried to dispose of the hidden fentanyl baggie when only the rookie cops were there) seem even more likely.

  150. Rogue 说:
    @Rurik

    You have some reasonable points.

    But the invasion of Iraq was fairly and squarely an American thing, other countries “intelligence” reports notwithstanding.

    The UK was the biggest US backer for the war and supplied the most so-called coalition troops.

    Simple question: would 任何 country, including the UK, have done squat about Iraq and Saddam had it not been a USA venture? Of course not.

    Also, would France and Britain have attacked Ghaddafi without US permission? Not a chance.

    But your overall sentiment regarding the West – in general – is accurate enough.

    At least we still have our guns, and can say ‘there were no lamps or soap or gas chambers’, without being carted off to a dungeon.

    True, but for how much longer?

    • 回复: @Rurik
  151. Rogue 说:
    @Harold Smith

    Trump is the greatest leader of any kind, anywhere, in any possible place and time that one could possibly find anywhere at all.

    In fact, he’s even better than that. Much better.

    So much so, I’m even thinking of voting for him…

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
    , @Half-Jap
  152. @BeB

    但在办公室停止压制他后,他活了一个多小时。 然后死于致命剂量的芬太尼

  153. geokat62 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    Increasingly I see and write about emotion shoving away fact. What more and more Americans desire is confirmation of their hatreds and biases, the truth be damned. A country such as this has no future but violence.

    As I’ve complimented you in the past, I’ll compliment you again now…

    “No one shoots straighter than PCR!”

  154. Mefobills 说:
    @AB_Anonymous

    不,宣传有效是因为“人们无法跟上他们不断
    操纵”,从所有先前的错误标志中累积接近零经验。

    不是每个人都像你一样。 种族不同。 性别不同。 人与人之间存在差异。

    Everybody is not the same.

    Many people are weaker minded than you, and are easily duped with propaganda. Their brain uptakes the info, and it then becomes hard to dislodge. The can also be maneuvered with emotion- many women are like this. (Which is why they shouldn’t be voters.)

    You are probably wired a little differently, are more rational, and hence are less likely to be duped.

    • 回复: @ANZ
    , @AB_Anonymous
  155. SafeNow 说:

    When lies become the established version, it is bad enough. But worse still is this: An internal FBI memo leaked by Yahoo News 8/1/19 suggests that the definition of a terrorist could be expanded to include those whose beliefs are “at odds with official or prevailing explanations of events.” Under a Kamala Harris Justice Department, Unz-website types, whose predilection is to be open-minded and even skeptical of controlled explanations, might find themselves in a reeducation camp at Oberlin. Or worse. I am guessing that it will suffice to recant one’s heresy as soon as the Red Guards begin to cancel the open-minded. If recantations are generally unavailing, your Plan B is to move to Ennis, Montana, and hope you will not be bothered way up there, keeping your head down.

    • 回复: @Redman
  156. Rogue 说:
    @Nancy Pelosi's Latina Maid

    好一个。

    This dude probably wears a mask when in the shower and when going to bed.

    I mean, you can’t be too careful!

    Tut, tut, if only us conservatives weren’t so reckless…

  157. @Hypnotoad666

    It would be better legally for the cops if his death was solely due to fentanyl. To the extent he had a bad heart, it will be turned around to say it just makes it more likely that the knee-hold killed him.

    Reasons for a possible death are reasons for possible death. George Floyd’s heart was in bad shape as were his arteries. That’s bad. You add stress to such a condition and you have somebody who is for 30% on the death bed already. That’s pretty obvious and – nobodies fault if it works out that way.

    If you add the multi-intoxication state he was in and the sickle-cell anemia and the CO-19 and diabetes, you have a case that is dead maybe 140% under stress. Or maybe 200 %.

    This has and most likely will be taken into account in a reasonable trial.

    I would be willing to donate money to make sure, Derek Chavin and his colleagues can afford to pay decent lawyers.

  158. Wade 说:
    @Thomasina

    Thanks for the info… That’s not all, Michael Baden was also one of the investigators that tried to help prove the “Magic Bullet” theory in the Kennedy assassination.. I BS you not!

    https://www.history-matters.com/essays/jfkmed/BigLieSmallWound/BigLieSmallWound.htm

    Despite all this testimony, two doctors — John Lattimer and Michael Baden — found ways to make the magic bullet wound change its size to fit the magic bullet theory. And “investigative journalists,” like Gerald Posner, Gus Russo and Dale Myers, who are as incompetent as they are unethical, have spread the lie further.

    See also here for his testimony to the Warren Commission:
    https://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/m_j_russ/hscabadn.htm

    TESTIMONY OF DR. MICHAEL BADEN, PATHOLOGIST AND CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER FOR THE CITY OF NEW YORK

    • 回复: @Thomasina
  159. follyofwar 说:
    @Tucker

    I watch Tucker every night. I can’t recall when he has “licked the toes” of the Zionists. To my mind he does his best to not comment on the Israelis (he is against the wars we fight for them), which is about the best we can expect from any mainstream talk show host – if he wants to keep his job.

    但我 100% 同意你对犹太复国主义者 a-holes Hannity 和 Limbaugh 的看法。

  160. Voltara 说:
    @Really No Shit

    Agreed. I remember Hannity attacking Ron Paul in 2008, reading straight from the neo-con talking points. He’s a four legs good two legs bad simpleton

    • 回复: @Orville H. Larson
  161. @Rogue

    So you agree with Paul Craig Roberts.

    Well I have to be honest and admit that in a sense you may be correct. Being that Trump is single-handedly bringing down the evil USraeli empire, he may be the greatest “leader” ever. He is leading the empire straight to hell.

    • 回复: @Erzberger
    , @Rogue
  162. Levtraro 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    Increasingly I see and write about emotion shoving away fact.

    And from Max Parry’s “The Battle of Seattle Was Fought by the Pro-war “left” in Northern Syria”,

    The whole point of education at a high school is to teach students to analyze and interpret subjects like art and history, not just emotionally react to them.

    This is an interesting phenomenon in the decline of the U.S.A., the emotionalism, the effemination, the tears, the outrage. Even fact-based cold-reasoning hardened scientists are being overtaken with profound respect for the emotions of students and thus they are renaming prizes and medals and buildings, erasing the names of towering figures such as Ronald Fisher, even Carl Linnaeus for fucks’ sakes:

    “Amid protests against racism, scientists move to strip offensive names from journals, prizes, and more”

    https://doi.org/10.1126/science.abd6441

  163. ANZ 说:
    @Mefobills

    The masses in a society are largely followers, which in and of itself is not a negative. It is nature that there are inherent leaders. Not everyone has the mental makeup to be one.

    It is critically important to elevate the natural leaders of a society who will work for the benefit of their people. Specifically those with loyalty, intelligence, foresight and strength. It is they who should run the government, media and financial institutions. It will be these able men who can rightly guide the masses with benevolent influence. The strong protect the weak. If they betray their people, they must be dispatched with haste. Sounds like national socialism, doesn’t it?

    @AB_Anon, most people are not capable of resisting high level Jewish propaganda. It is highly evolved propaganda.
    Also, people rightly distrust leadership in the modern day because we do not run a benevolent meritocracy but a malevolent kakistocracy. Do not distrust leadership. Distrust bad leadership. Trust in proper leadership. Society needs good leaders.

    • 同意: Mefobills
  164. Erzberger 说:
    @Harold Smith

    If Trump manages to bring down the empire, he should be given the Nobel Peace price, and would have deserved it more than most other recipients

  165. Dumbo 说:
    @Thomasina

    The weird thing about America (or is it the world?) is the huge number of fraudsters, shysters, scammers, that are proved again and again as liars, but for some reason are NEVER discredited and continue to talk and be taken as credible sources by the media and by the public for years.

    Just from the top of my mind, a guy called Jeffrey Sachs, yes you can guess his ethnicity, he was one of the economists who proposed the “shock therapy” that screwed Russia in the 90s, then after that he was also wrong a hundred of other times, and he’s still around, an “expert”.

    And there are hundreds of other “experts” like him, who no matter what they say, no matter how wrong they prove to be, no matter how many people die because of their mistakes or their crimes, they continue to be taken as oracles.

    All this while normal people can lose their livelihood for posting some joke on Twitter.

  166. We don่t know why Mr. Floyd died. PERIOD.

    • 回复: @Dieter Kief
  167. “A people unable to catch on to their constant manipulation has no future.’

    This would b new if it weren’t old.

    2-3% of said users die from an overdose. So, I have no problems acknowledging that Mr. Floyd would might have been one of the 2-3% had he not come into contact with the government agents. And given that the average range of overdose is 26 and above —- I think the percentages drop lower than 2%.

    There was no reason to arrest, or incarcerate, subject to any life threatening restraints by the agents of government.

  168. Stonehands 说:
    @Rurik

    I whole heartedly agree- it is the Great Devil dividing and conquering.
    .. And don’t forget my message always- the people give them the bullets to shoot them with!

    Our people perish from a lack of Knowledge.

    • 同意: Rurik
  169. @卡特琳卡

    Katrinka,

    My mistake on the rape and miscarriage, and Baden doing the autopsy in the Simpson trial, but Baden did tesitify in the O.J. Simpson trial, see the Chicago Tribune articke on that.

    https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1995-08-11-9508110074-story.html

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

  170. While an overdose of Fentanyl can result in death by suffocation, it would be very different.
    With Fentanyl, a user essentially “forgets” to breathe because the automatism is disabled. But someone who forgets to breathe wouldn’t shout “I can’t breathe” before it happens. He’d either just not notice, or breathe manually, consciously.
    For what it’s worth, someone who has his throat squeezed shut would have a hard time shouting “I can’t breathe” as well.
    There very likely is a 3rd thing that happened.

    • 回复: @MarkinLA
    , @Chrisnonymous
  171. @Dumbo

    It is the world — or at least the Western world. I speak German and French sufficiently to understand their TV news and their main news websites. They’re roughly as full of Fake News as American news. On some topics (e.g. Iraq’s WMDs), a little less, but on other topics (Orange Man Baaaaaad!), even more.
    Unfortunately I don’t speak enough Russian to tell whether or not their news are accurate. If the English and German language versions of RT are any indication, they’re somewhat better than our media, but they also contain their share of Fake News.

  172. jon 说:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    看这个视频: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaGmz4DPlJw&feature=youtu.be&t=129
    At 2:11 you can see Floyd easily lift his head off the ground while Chauvin’s knee is on his neck. He is obviously NOT applying lethal force if a man on his stomach without free use of his arms can so easily lift his head.

  173. @Erzberger

    Fully agreed, but unfortunately Trump has no intention of bringing them down (he had 4 years to do it — and did nothing, both the top level criminals (Clinton/Bush/…) and their lower level operatives (Strzok/Page/…) are all still free and doing well.
    Some of the worst of the worst (Bolton/Pompeo/Haspel/…) have even been given top jobs by Trump.
    He doesn’t even come close to being as bad as Hitlery Clinton would have been, but he’s still one of THEM.

    Indeed anyone bringing them down should be given the Nobel Peace Prize for the next 20 years in a row — but of course that’s not going to happen because Merkel, von der Leyen, Macron and friends will know how to prevent it.

    • 回复: @Erzberger
  174. Corvinus 说:
    @Redman

    “So instead we (the public) get to hear the paid-for opinions hired by the family’s lawyer.”

    No, we get to hear an expert on the matter who is offering their conclusions.

    “Along with the incurious MSM’s breathless regurgitation that Floyd was “killed.””

    He was killed. The incident was captured on videophone.

    “Can you cite any specific “rules” that preclude release of the second Floyd autopsy?”

    There are two legitimate autopsies. The first one was conducted by a public entity, that being the medical examiner. He issued a report. It is available for public viewing. The second one was conducted for a private individual, that being the family of George Floyd. The two individuals are highly renowned experts. They issued issued their findings to the public. The lawyers hired by Floyd’s family, per state privacy laws regarding medical records, are under NO obligation to make this report available to the public. It is standard operating procedure given how the potential for a criminal and civil trial. I surmise that the medical examiner may request that record to contest its findings. Furthermore, the defense attorneys for the officers will also receive that document. That record will eventually become available when it is submitted as evidence at trial.

    • 巨魔: YetAnotherAnon
  175. Corvinus 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    Not bullshit in the least. If you do have the credentials to contest his findings, why don’t you offer to help out the defense attorneys pro bono?

    • 巨魔: YetAnotherAnon
    • 回复: @Curmudgeon
  176. Redman 说:
    @SafeNow

    Right. Just like Ruby Ridge.

  177. anon[327]• 免责声明 说:
    @BeB

    保持压力

    压力有多大?

  178. Dube 说:

    If judging Officer Chauvin’s internal mental state — his intent — from appearances in the video, it must be asked why, in the late seconds of the knee hold, he looks steadily at the camera for a moment. It’s clear that he knows he’s being video-recorded. That seems to undercut charges of murder.

    There’s an article elsewhere here with that picture as the lead image.

  179. @Reg Cesar

    You are right. Thanks for the reminder.

  180. Wade 说:
    @Rurik

    I thought someone had produced a pic of Chauvin wearing a red “Make Whites Great Again” ball cap on Facebook or something. I’m not really sure of it though.

  181. @Mefobills

    人与人之间存在差异。
    Of course there is, and there are many (both natural and man-made) reasons for that.
    然而,事实上,作为一个整体,社会对公平的
    运行该节目的邪恶聪明且组织严密的骗子比例很低就是这样
    事项。 赢了就没有“重播”按钮,就像没有畅销书一样
    来自书店“如果我们只知道”系列的回忆录。

    • 回复: @Mefobills
  182. Thomasina 说:
    @Dumbo

    Yes, “experts by design”. It’s gotten to the point where you don’t know who or what to believe anymore. If I were a diabolical person, I suppose that’s exactly how I’d want the news delivered – to keep everyone guessing, fighting among each other, never quite being able to find “any” truth. Nothing black and white, a big gray mass! Hiring people to write books steering people away from the truth, et cetera, et cetera.

    Some people are saying Chauvin is just another crisis actor. His own neighbors said that they never even knew he was a cop. He and George Floyd knew and worked together at the same bar? What? Look at the way he’s just kneeling there, looking at the camera, as if for effect. They could be right about this.

    Someone has the name of “The Truman Show” on this site. I think that’s exactly what we’re living in. Just pawns being played with; the elite manufacture the narrative and we swallow it.

    We’ve all been so busy talking about the pandemic, George Floyd, Black Lives Matter, the protests, riots and looting that we’ve lost sight of the other story taking place – the trillions and trillions of dollars being handed over to Wall Street, private equity, hedge funds, corporations, etc. If I were a betting man, I’d say all of the above crises have been purposely manufactured in order to mask this looting taking place.

    保重。

  183. @Forensic professor.

    We don่t know why Mr. Floyd died. PERIOD.

    Hey, what do you mean to say: That George Floyd had been killed on purpose. Period?

    If I’d act for a second as a Psychoanalysis-Professor I would want to ask why you ended your remark with a capitalized word which – ends with the two characters od – see, my dear colleague what you did here? OD = Overdose – you gave us all a hint, didn’t ya? – Your subconsciousness seems to work just fine, thank you, ma’am!

  184. @Zarathustra

    是的,但他漏掉了一句“伊拉克没有大规模杀伤性武器。 萨达姆侯赛因与基地组织没有联系。 伊朗没有核武器。 阿萨德没有使用化学武器。 俄罗斯没有入侵乌克兰 或者击落MH17,(乌克兰空军做到了。)当然还有更多..

  185. @Voltara

    Piss on Hannity. Don’t forget, he’s a chickenhawk. He’s an armchair commando who’ll fight to the last drop of YOUR blood.

    • 同意: L.K
  186. Thomasina 说:
    @Wade

    Unbelievable! Thanks for posting that. I think we can safely assume now that Michael Baden is a hired gun. Who put him on that House Select Committee on Assassinations? Somebody did. Somebody who wanted a specific outcome.

  187. Bethany 说:

    Attorney General, Ellison, the prosecutor, wants the trial private. This was announced 6/29, by I think it was Lane’s attorney, outside the court house. He also said the all evidence had to remain private.

  188. Erzberger 说:
    @Stop Clinton and Bush

    not sure you are right about Merkel, von der Leyen, Macon and friends. Not sure you are wrong either, though

  189. SafeNow 说:
    @Rurik

    “hopefully Eastern Europe and Russia will keep the lights burning”

    As a chess player, I happen to know that Putin visited the Russian national chess team to give them a pep talk before the world championships. Thus, the U.S. celebrates looters and vandals, whereas Putin, that crude monster, celebrates the chess players. That’s a definite “keep the lights burning” sign.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  190. @No Friend Of The Devil

    If you’ve ever spent much time choking people you’d know that there are two basic ways to do it… colloquially “blood chokes” which work by cutting off the arteries toward the front on each (preferably both) sides of the neck and “air chokes” which work by cutting the air flow across the front of the neck.

    Putting pressure on the back and sides of someone’s neck where the muscles are (as done in the video) won’t make anyone unconscious or kill anyone. I’ve never seen anything happen like that practicing choking people, being choked by experts, reading about choking people, taking choking people classes, or watching people be choked for fun and competition.

    Might look scary on TV but that’s just not how it really works.

    You know what WILL make you unconscious and kill you? Lots and lots of fetanyl.

  191. Yes, it’s decided. There is to be no presumption of innocence. Chauvin will be scapegoated. He, along with all the millions in cheques to BLM, is in paying off the blackmail …for a while.

  192. MarkinLA 说:
    @Stop Clinton and Bush

    He could have been having some kind of arrhythmia given his cardiac history. The effect to your brain is the same thing – lack of oxygen which would make you think to can’t breathe.

  193. @BeB

    See the bodycam transcript: Floyd was crying that he couldn’t breathe, before any force was applied, before he was even out of the car. The force applied to his neck was only sufficient to pin him, not to restrict his breathing nor his arteries. He was able to still turn his head, move his head, with ease while being pinned. Floyd’s overdose, COVID, and confirmed heart condition combined with his physically resisting arrest were the reason for his death.

    警察没有做错任何事。

  194. Mefobills 说:
    @AB_Anonymous

    然而,事实上,作为一个整体,社会对公平的
    运行该节目的邪恶聪明且组织良好的骗子比例低才是最重要的

    These evil and smart people, otherwise known as the Kahal, know some basic facts about the human animal. They have been studying for thousands of years, and the information is passed down to their initiates and within secret societies.

    This is why it takes a kingdom, or even fascism. Democracy doesn’t work.

    Benjamin Franklin would “prepare the public’s mind” with his newspaper. His group of thinkers, known as the Junto, would work with politicians in advance, and then “prepare the minds of the sheeple” and then finally the vote would proceed.

    The Junto wasn’t really secret, but the template was in place even before the country began. The media is the propaganda arm to program the people.

    Is a secret cabal running China? Not likely… what you see is what you get: CPC political bureau is in charge.

    The verdict is still out on Russia, their fifth column Atlantacists are still active.

  195. @FB

    I accidentally read this post.

    I know I had previously promised not to read your posts, and I’ve tried to adhere to that. But this post reinforces my previous position that you are a complete imbecile, whose posts should be skipped.

    Thanks for reinforcing my “confirmation bias”.

  196. @FB

    Do people who are drowning usually shout “Help me! I’m drowning!” or people being strangled say “Stop strangling me!”?

  197. @TrudeauSux

    Apparently I haven’t been active enough recently to register a simple thanks via the buttons, but this comment is right on the money.

    As I understand it, strangulation always exhibits petechial hemorrhaging. If true, there is no way his death was caused by strangulation.

  198. @Stop Clinton and Bush

    Breathing is not something that happens only automatically. The automaticity can be overridden by conscious inhaling and exhaling, as happens for example in intentional hyperventilation before swimming underwater.

    As long as you’re talking, especially shouting, the breathing mechanism is being taken care of by inhalation needed to fill the lungs

    I watched parts of the Floyd video, but not the whole thing beginning to end. However, my guess is that what happened is that Floyd was talking and it was keeping him breathing enough to stay alive but that at some point he got too tired to keep talking or gave up talking or passed out and at that point that he stopped talking, the Fentanyl may have stopped him from breathing. Others who have watched the video in full will have to say whether or not this is plausible from the evidence.

  199. @Emslander

    世界人口的情绪消散程度正在达到大流行的程度。

    It is the inevitable result of the feminization of society/government and the deliberate emasculation of men (both psychologically and physiologically).

    Rule by emotion is a one-way ticket to hell..

  200. @JQ

    People are extremally naïve

    Or congenitally stupid.

    At this point, does it even matter anymore? Gullible or stupid, their unrestricted (actually government supported) reproduction is sinking civilization.

    If you consider that African failure to build and sustain civilization is due to IQ and/or “smart fraction theory”, then you’ll see we are deliberately recreating the cognitive condition of the Africans everywhere in the West and the inevitable result is the social/political condition of Africa.

    Eugenics is the only way forward. Only a retard would advocate unfettered reproduction of retards.

  201. @Paul Craig Roberts

    One thing I don’t understand is why no one has tried to re-create the events. This would be the easiest way to disprove the murder-strangulation theory. If we can film someone else in that restraint for 9 minutes, and they aren’t asfixiated, case closed.

    This is what Hitchens did for waterboarding…

    We need a journalist with a similar level of dedication/honesty. If someone lasts for 9 minutes, then enough of this BS.

    I have actually considered trying this myself and posting to YouTube, but I need a friend to kneel on me and right now I haven’t talked to any friends in weeks because I am trying to avoid getting cancelled and losing my job.

    • 回复: @Genrick Yagoda
  202. GazaPlanet 说:
    @Biff

    Do you really think they had to falsify that Floyd was high as an angel about to meet his maker? What do you think the odds are that Floyd was not on drugs during this arrest?

    What do you think the odds are that 170 lbs guy deliberately caused Floyd’s death in a relatively non-chalant manner? Does it really make sense that he intended to do that? With the cameras on him?

    • 回复: @Biff
  203. @TRM

    ‘… 1) Quit having Israeli military and ex-military train the cops.
    2)让工会停止为坏警察辩护。
    3) Get the sociopath/psychopath cops off the force…’

    Perhaps. None of this is actually a reason for blacks to run amok. I distinctly recall myself being the victim of some indefensible police behavior back in 1989 or so — I don’t recall white people looting every Target in the country on my account.

    We can think about what to do about policing in America — after we’ve dealt with our black problem. First things first.

  204. @ANZ

    They are right to enshrine only traditional marriage in law, not giving gay marriage equal standing.

    “(G)ay marriage” is nothing but a diversion on the flank in the Jew war against the mandate of God Incarnate Jesus respecting the only type of marriage that is naturally possible.

    Fornication and adultery were still criminal at the time in the 1960s when the Jews instituted Jew-Fault Divorce legislation state-by-state. So unbridling sexual activity beyond the constraint of lifetime monogamy by decriminalizing fornication and adultry and allowing divorce for any or no reason is the problem.

    I would wager that there are racial differences in the ability to program and reprogram narrative. When challenged with more fitting data, changing ideas is healthy. Some groups are incapable of that it seems.

    Whitey, the descendant of Christendom, has been reprogrammed to the extreme and the less strigent mores of black culture has been used by Jews via integration to accomplish this. Monogamy was alien to Black Africa prior to the white man’s arrival. (See the Reconstruction era compilation of the writings of the first white explorers 内格罗兰的黑人 by Hinton Rowan Helper suggested by Mefobills recently, and available in its entirety free online.) Three Hundred Fifty Years living among the white Christians in the New World had brought the descendants of Black Africa a long way toward marital fidelity by the time of the Jew induced Black Revolution in the USA, but not to the level of white fidelity which was over a thousand years ahead. Since the Jew revolution of the 1960s the whites have digressed to where the blacks were in marital infidelity and the blacks have digressed to where their ancestors were before being exposed to Christianity either brought by the white explorers into Africa or after surviving the Middle Passage to gain exposure to Christianity here.

    • 同意: Mefobills
    • 回复: @ANZ
  205. @Grahamsno(G64)

    No, “the world ” saw a guy being neck pinned. Kneeling requires the kneeler to put his weight on both knees and put both knees on what he’s kneeling on. Neck pinning involves putting all your weight on one knee that is on the ground and holding the other knee on the subject’s neck with very little weight or force. Neck pinning doesn’t require a lot of force to hold a subject down because the subject is prone and can’t get his own knees under him.

    Saying that a cop knelt on Floyd’s neck is just telling a damned lie. You and the guy I answered are simply repeating a lie, over and over. If you don’t know the meaning of the word “kneeling”, you should look it up. If you do know the the meaning of the word, then you’re lying. You can’t have it both ways.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  206. Rogue 说:
    @Harold Smith

    Tongue in the cheek and all that, my friend.

    Push comes to shove, Trump certainly has to be a better choice than Biden, I would have thought.

    I mean, do you wipe your bum with a dishcloth or some old newspaper you found? Toilet paper would be better but if there’s none to be had …

    Anyway, I’m not American so can’t vote.

  207. @Mefobills

    Adding (((parens))) for unmistakable clarity, this harsh truth must be recognized in order to confront this extreme diabolical evil:

    These evil and smart people, otherwise known as (((the Kahal))), know some basic facts about the human animal. They have been studying for thousands of years, and the information is passed down to their initiates and within secret societies.

  208. Biff 说:
    @GazaPlanet

    Do you really think they had to falsify

    “Today my friends, the government is now a 100% truthful. They would never falsify. Honest brokers. They have never lied. The constitution says the government 必须 provide me with facts. Everything they say and do is true, and everything Mark Twain said was wrong! My government is the best!”

  209. Lidia 说:
    @Dumbo

    Bill Kristol is another.
    Krugman…

    They seem to have something in common.

  210. Right wingers love their Israeli IDF trained killers. Proven once again.

    But he did drugs! I’ve known enough junkies to tell you that anyone with a “fatal” amount of fentanyl, heroin, or hillbilly heroin, meth, coke in their system is not going to be capable of talking, much less putting up enough of a fight with the police to justify cuffing and using IDF inspired “restraint” for 10 minutes straight. He would not be able to stand or even hold his arm or head up. Not possible.

    He would have never been able to put up any kind of fight. Doesn’t matter if he has cocaine, meth, and any other Big Pharma cocktail you can come up with to make excuses for what is a cop that is out of line.

    Who’s to say that the “medical examiner” isn’t corrupt and lying about the drug results? Its well known that dirty cops plant evidence on folks, guns, drugs, etc… Whats to stop them from fudging the drug results?

    You right wingers sound just like the Israelis who make excuses for the IDF killing Palestinians. Shocking, I know, seems to be a pattern. They’re terrorists! They’re drug addicts! Always an excuse..

    I’m not one to say that all cops are bad. They’re not. I grew up with and was buddies with a lot of kids that became cops and most are decent people. I know some cops personally, most of them are just like you or me. But when they violate protocols and cause death they should be held accountable like everyone else. Don’t know why this is still being debated. Lame!

    Today its them, tomorrow it you! Remember this, police state apologists.

    • 同意: the shadow, vot tak
    • 谢谢: FB
    • 回复: @Rogue
  211. Biff 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    ignorant emotion is stamping out fact.

    Increasingly I see and write about emotion shoving away fact.

    Where, I might ask, did you get your facts? What is your source, and is it reliable? Things I need to know before my emotions can get their shoes on.

  212. Richard B 说:
    @Tucker

    你有没有见过塔克几乎给 Max Boot 加水的部分?

    He’s also called Bill Kristol “dumb”, more than once.

    It wouldn’t be brave of Tucker to go as far as some people want him to.

    It’d be foolhardy.

    幸运的是,对我们来说,他知道其中的区别。

    As it is, he’s singular in the history of television.

    不仅如此,他还穿着得体。

    他从来没有给人一种印象,他的成功确实是非凡的,已经冲昏了头脑。

    That’s focus.

    底线:塔克卡尔森是榜样的力量。

  213. vot tak 说:
    @Realist

    Pcr got assurances that his following of boogaloo butt bros would be able to easily drown out the sensible commenters, critiquing his propaganda spin, with endless repeats and variations of the approved zionazi-(very)gay “talking points”.

    • 哈哈: FB
  214. Corvinus 说:
    @Twodees Partain

    “Kneeling requires the kneeler to put his weight on both knees and put both knees on what he’s kneeling on.”

    There is kneeling, there is the kneeling position, and there is the neck pinning position. Regardless, the fact of the matter is that the officer put his knee on the suspect’s neck for an extended period of time, which was a major factor in the suspect’s death.

    https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/ny-george-floyd-family-autopsy-20200601-xjry4dmzcfe77ccrygn6qve4uy-story.html

    • 巨魔: Anonymousse
  215. So, speaking of facts, what IS the reason for his death that the official autopsy gives? Is it death by fentanyl overdose?

    • 回复: @FB
  216. Corvinus 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    “A press release is not a medical examiner’s report. Who knows the biases of a PR person or the effect on the person of the video.”

    I see you are being emotional here and shoving away fact. Here is the medical examiner’s report.

    https://www.hennepin.us/-/media/hennepinus/residents/public-safety/documents/Autopsy_2020-3700_floyd.pdf

    “So exactly how was a homicide committed?”

    By the police officer using a physical restraint for an extended period of time that led to the death of the suspect.

    “The fact that no media source has mentioned the fatal level of fentanyl in flood’s blood or the medical report itself…”

    More emotion on your part.

    https://www.medpagetoday.com/blogs/working-stiff/86913

    Following a press conference on June 1 about the second autopsy, Baden admitted that portions of Floyd’s organs were indeed missing, and that he didn’t have access to the results from toxicology testing. Soon after, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner issued a press release, and subsequent to that, the full autopsy report, which indicated that the cause of death was “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression,” and that the manner of death was homicide…The death certificate’s “other significant conditions” — Floyd’s natural heart disease and the presence of drugs of abuse in his tested blood…

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/25/opinion/george-floyd-toxicology-report-drugs.html

    https://www.newsweek.com/george-floyd-was-fentanyl-medical-examiner-says-experts-dispute-cause-death-1507982

    https://www.npr.org/sections/live-updates-protests-for-racial-justice/2020/06/04/869278494/medical-examiners-autopsy-reveals-george-floyd-had-positive-test-for-coronavirus

    The 20-page report also indicates that Floyd had fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system at the time of his death, although the drugs are not listed as the cause.

    “except to lie that it supports a non-existant “second autopsy”.

    There was a second autopsy. I see more and more Americans such as yourself who desire confirmation of their hatreds and biases, the truth be damned.

    • 回复: @Rogue
  217. Anonymous[339]• 免责声明 说:
    @Erzberger

    If Trump manages to bring down the empire, he should be given the Nobel Peace price, and would have deserved it more than most other recipients

    Don’t get your hopes up. If and when the US stops stabilizing the world, there will be bloodshed unseen since 1919-1946, and the starvation will be worse than the bloodletting.

    • 回复: @Colin Wright
  218. Half-Jap 说:
    @Rurik

    Agreed with Rogue.
    However, sorry to say, but what the Europeans believe about this, or any other matter, is irrelevant to the US controllers and its generally good-natured and pathologically gullible populace.

  219. Half-Jap 说:
    @Rogue

    You almost sounded like Trump, but should have said “Everybody agrees,” much better… lol

    • 回复: @Rogue
  220. De Doc 说:

    Yeah, I can’t find a copy of the second autopsy report, which means they are withholding info. They’ll parse out parts during the trial, but, the entire report must be submitted as evidence. As for Michael Baden, he is in his 80s and a known attention whore.

  221. Rogue 说:
    @Corvinus

    I see more and more Americans such as yourself who desire confirmation of their hatreds and biases, the truth be damned.

    Talking about yourself again?

    FWIW, I believe that Floyd most likely died because of the neck kneeling business and duration thereof. However, we don’t know definitively. That includes you.

    PCR in this article is principally referring to the lying and disingenuous media.

    If you don’t see that, you’re obtuse. If you do see that, but pretend differently or simply ignore that, you’re no better than them.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  222. Rogue 说:
    @redmudhooch

    I know some cops personally, most of them are just like you or me. But when they violate protocols and cause death they should be held accountable like everyone else. Don’t know why this is still being debated.

    And all the demos and media angle was just about police brutality and nothing else?

    This whole saga has been presented as White cops gleefully killing poor innocent Black people. Indeed, about how White people are generally bad and always have been – and still are – to “persons of color.”

    An utter lie which you seem to have no problem with.

    警察的暴行 is an issue. I agree with you there.

    However, the MSM has turned this into a race issue – which it’s not.

    Hence the anger of us “right-wingers.”

    • 同意: Harold Smith
    • 回复: @Biff
  223. Rogue 说:
    @Half-Jap

    Aah yes, I left that out by mistake.

    Must be my age. Or Trump’s …

  224. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @DextersLabRat

    So, speaking of facts, what IS the reason for his death that the official autopsy gives? Is it death by fentanyl overdose?

    不,这不对…

    The cause of death is listed in the death certificate, not the autopsy...

    Cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression.

    That means his heart stopped due to the ‘complicating’ factor of being subdued and restrained by police, as well as the neck compression…

    How injury occurred: Decedent experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest while being restrained by law enforcement officer(s).

    Cardiopulmonary arrest means his heart stopped…it does not mean heart attack, which is medically called a myocardial infarct…

    Hennepin County George Floyd Death Certificate Report Press Release

    The Hennepin County conclusion is pretty clear…the drug levels in his system are not mentioned, nor implied as the cause of death…

    One more thing…this ‘article’ under discussion here points to the 20 page autopsy, which is a technical document, written in a particular format…the autopsy report DOES NOT include a manner of death, or a cause of death…that is not what it’s for…

    Those two items are included in the death certificate…any doctor can tell you that, because even an ordinary family doctor or emergency doctor will need to at some point fill out a death certificate and give a cause of death and manner of death…

    He does not perform an autopsy…only a medical examiner does that…but again, the cause of death and manner of death is NOT part of the autopsy, which is a technical report…

    It would be nice if various ‘authors’ would try to clear up very basic matters of technical fact, before writing ‘articles’…

    Here is a pathologist explaining some of these basic facts in the Floyd case…

    Forensic Pathologist Breaks Down George Floyd’s Death

    And she also explains what ’cause of death’ and ‘manner of death’ mean, in another article 在这里......

    You may also want to look at my comment above, 这里, where I also provide a video from a doctor explaining the Floyd toxicology issue…

    • 同意: vot tak
    • 回复: @ploni almoni
  225. It’s looking terrible for your hero Chauvin.

    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jul/08/george-floyd-police-killing-transcript-i-cant-breathe

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/07/08/us/george-floyd-police-body-camera-transcripts/index.html

    Before you dismiss the sources as fake media remember that these transcripts were released by the defense for officer Thomas Lane who is also facing charges. They’re from his Body Cam.

    Newly released transcripts of the minutes leading up to George Floyd’s death reveal he told officers “I can’t breathe” more than 20 times, only to have his plea dismissed by Derek Chauvin, the white officer pressing his knee into Floyd’s neck, who said: “It takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk.”

    The new evidence was made public as part of efforts by one of the officers involved, Thomas Lane, to have charges that he aided and abetted in murder thrown out.

    As officers noted that Floyd was passing out, the new transcripts revealed that onlookers asked if Floyd had a pulse. “He’s not even breathing right now, bro, you think that’s cool?” 有人问。

    “You got one?” Lane asked, as he and other officers repeatedly tried and failed to find Floyd’s pulse. “Huh,” Chauvin said at that time, keeping his knee on Floyd.

    From the CNN link

    Later, as Floyd was pinned to the ground, Lane asked Chauvin if the officers should move Floyd to his side, raising concerns about a potential medical emergency, according to the transcripts.
    “No, he’s staying put where we got him,” Chauvin replied, the transcript states.

    How do you think a Jury is going to react to this.

    • 谢谢: FB
    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
    , @Redman
  226. anon[161]• 免责声明 说:

    Thank you for daring to ask for truth. I hope everyone is sharing your work on this.

    “According to the transcripts, Mr. Lane called for an ambulance after Mr. Floyd’s mouth started bleeding.

    Mr. Lane told investigators it was likely when
    Mr. Floyd banged his face on the glass inside of the squad car.

    Seems like he was thrashing around, probably why they pulled him back out of the car.
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/new-body-camera-transcripts-detail-last-moments-for-george-floyd/ar-BB16uX8J?ocid=spartan-ntp-feeds

    • 回复: @Redman
  227. @Anonymous

    ‘Don’t get your hopes up. If and when the US stops stabilizing the world, there will be bloodshed unseen since 1919-1946, and the starvation will be worse than the bloodletting.’

    Were you thinking of our work to stabilize Iraq, or our attempts to stabilize Syria?

    • 同意: Erzberger
  228. @Grahamsno(G64)

    https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/nation-world/ct-nw-nyt-george-floyd-transcripts-20200708-vdqxef3sezferng3nmuzi4blme-story.html

    What say you, apparently none of the other two bodycams show that Floyd violently resisted arrest else the defense lawyer for officer Thomas Lane would have brought it up, but they also show that Floyd was in physical distress prior to the arrest, and that onlookers and officer Lane were uncomfortable with what was happening and that Chauvin kept the knee on his neck a full 2 minutes after they couldn’t find a pulse on Floyd.

    I think that Chauvin will get convicted of 2nd degree murder. The man said at least 20 times that he couldn’t breathe they should have let go and given him a drink of water and this whole nation wide mayhem wouldn’t have taken place.

    • 回复: @Redman
  229. vot tak 说:

    New Transcripts Reveal Minneapolis Cop Ignored, Mocked Dying George Floyd

    https://sputniknews.com/us/202007091079834414-new-transcripts-reveal-minneapolis-cop-ignored-mocked-dying-george-floyd/

    “The recent release of Minneapolis Police Department body camera transcripts has provided the public with even more insight into the final moments of George Floyd’s life, and a clearer record of the 46-year-old’s pleas to the arresting officers on May 25.

    Made public on Wednesday, the transcripts detail Floyd’s willingness to cooperate with Minneapolis Police Officers J. Alexander Kueng and Thomas K. Lane, despite his confusion regarding their right to detain him.

    At the time, Floyd was sitting in a car with Shawanda Renee Hill, and officers were responding to a call of a forgery in progress.

    “I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” Floyd said, according to the transcripts obtained by the Washington Post. “I didn’t do nothing … What did I do, though? What did we do, Mr. Officer?”

    When Lane asked Floyd to exit his vehicle, the 46-year-old then began to recount a past encounter which resulted in him getting shot by an officer.

    “I’m sorry, I’m so sorry. God dang man. Man, I got shot. I got shot the same way, Mr. Officer, before,” Floyd told Lane, after he asked Floyd to step out of the car. “Mr. Officer, please don’t shoot me. Please man.”

    Speaking to Hill, Lane then questioned Floyd’s behavior.

    “I have no clue, because he’s been shot before,” Hill said. “[H]e got a thing going on, I’m telling you, about the police. He have problems all the time when they come, especially when that man put that gun like that.”

    Floyd was placed on the ground soon after he told the cops that the squad car made him “claustrophobic” and gave him “anxiety.” He also informed officers that he had recently been diagnosed with COVID-19.

    It was then that Officer Derek Chauvin, who has since been charged with the murder of Floyd, began placing his knee on Floyd’s neck and eventually told the 46-year-old that he was under arrest.

    “Oh my god. I can’t believe this. I can’t believe this. Mama, I love you … Tell my kids I love them. I’m dead,” Floyd said.

    A number of bystanders attempted to reason with the officers, to no avail. Floyd also told arresting officers that his neck was hurting, only for Chauvin to counter his cries with a chilling response.

    “Uh huh,” Chauvin answered. “You’re doing a lot of talking, a lot of yelling.”

    “Takes a heck of a lot of oxygen to say that,” he later said.

    Kueng later told other officers that he could not find Floyd’s pulse.

    Despite allegations of drugs being the real cause of the 46-year-old’s death, or Chauvin’s claim that Floyd could actually breathe, an autopsy report from the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that Floyd died of “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint and neck compression.” The medical examiner’s office also confirmed he was telling the truth about being infected with the novel coronavirus.”

  230. Mark in MI 说:
    @idealogus

    I suggest that you learn English before posting any comments.

  231. Biff 说:
    @Rogue

    However, the MSM has turned this into a race issue

    Of course they are! They are baiting you; that is their strategy, and it’s not just the media, it’s a coalition – I call it the Blob. Mike Whitney’s latest article spells it out:
    https://www.unz.com/mwhitney/are-the-democrats-a-political-party-or-a-cia-backed-fifth-column/

    Hence the anger of us “right-wingers.”

    Because you’re falling for it just like they want you too, and articles such as this one are simply ‘piling on’ what the media is already doing. “Pitting one against the other” is a quote from Whitney’s article. Lay off the emotions and think critically before reacting.

    • 同意: Iris
    • 回复: @Rogue
  232. Piglet 说:
    @Hypnotoad666

    Years ago I learned something interesting about the WSJ as well as other publishing companies. While its editorial pages are indeed dominated by conservatives, 80% of the content of the news pages is written by liberal gays, and the two groups are constantly at odds with each other.

    Gays have long been associated with such fields as interior decorating, music, art, entertainment, fashion, etc. Over time I learned that the publishing world is full of them too. In fact, at the time I worked at a publishing company that also happened to be full of liberal gays, right up to the (married) company president, who was still, at that point, in the closet, although everyone knew the truth. It was kind of a joke for those of us who were straight to be working there. Someone might jokingly ask, “Are you sure you’re not, you know…?” Yeah, I’m sure!

    • 回复: @Erzberger
  233. Corvinus 说:
    @Rogue

    “Talking about yourself again?”

    No, I’m talking about the author. I stated that clearly.

    “However, the MSM has turned this into a race issue – which it’s not.”

    And you say this definitively? How do you know with absolute certainty?

    “PCR in this article is principally referring to the lying and disingenuous media.”

    By lying and being disingenuous himself–there IS a second autopsy. Do you not see the hypocrisy? Now, the media has been guilty of doing those things, but not to the extent that people should automatically discount what they report and how they report.

    • 巨魔: YetAnotherAnon, Anonymousse
    • 回复: @Rurik
    , @Rogue
  234. @Dieter Kief

    Germany is a different market for propaganda. Each country requires a tailored approach. In the US it works fine just to further confuse an already terminally confused people. No second autopsy? How about no first autopsy? How about no George Floyd? Why do you need him when you can just make him up with a video? And then PCR falls for it and that makes it even better.

  235. @FB

    Sometimes FB or Jet Guy One is an expert on Iranian rockets and sometimes he is an expert on forensics with access to things no ones else has access to. And Vot Tak agrees with him. Where is the club house?

  236. Erzberger 说:
    @Piglet

    “Gays have long been associated with such fields as interior decorating, music, art, entertainment, fashion, etc. “

    Just like Frederick the Great, Ernst Roehm, etc

    And women.

    • 回复: @Piglet
  237. @Begemot

    The medical examiner gives the toxicology report. The drug dose in Floyd’s blood is fatal. He doesn’t have to say anything. The evidence speaks for itself.
    The medical examiner finds no life threatening injures from police restraint.
    He doesn’t mention strangulation.
    The commentator is obviously not knowledgable about fatal doses and how medical examiner’s present their reports.

    • 同意: Redman
    • 回复: @FB
    , @vot tak
  238. Rurik 说:
    @Rogue

    But the invasion of Iraq was fairly and squarely an American thing, other countries “intelligence” reports notwithstanding.

    Well, the way I see it, is that there is an America, and then there is an ((America))

    The first one is about millions of people trying to get by. They work, they raise their families, and have a barbeque on Sundays and invite the neighbors over. This America has about as much to do with Iraq (or Libya or Syria or Donbas… ) as the man on the moon.

    Yes, they lost loved ones from the poorest neighborhoods in America, where joining the military is often the only way out, but as far as fomenting the war on Iraq, that was 100% ((America’s)) doing.

    And what’s of tragic enormity, is that there is no bigger enemy of America, than ((America))- that demands it keep its borders open to unlimited millions of Third World peoples, in order to create the kind of hatred and strife that is ripping America apart at the seams, even as we speak.

    It wasn’t only in Syria, that ((America)) creates civil wars, they also do all they can to create hatred and strife and wars here in America, (and England and France and everywhere else they slither).

    [更多]

    So yes, you’re right, the war on Iraq (and Libya and Syria and Donbas..), are all caused by ((America)), to benefit Israel. None of it benefits the people of America in the slightest way, hardly. All America gets out of the Endless Wars for Israel, is dead Americans, trillions in debt, and the well-earned hatred of the world.

    谢谢犹太人。

    The UK was the biggest US backer for the war and supplied the most so-called coalition troops.

    Again, there is the UK, (the British people, and I love them), and then there is the ((UK)), or Perfidious Albion, as its well known, and the two are mutually exclusive.

    The second will not relent until the first is driven into the ground by immigration (invasion by hostile armies of unlimited non-British peoples).

    Simple question: would any country, including the UK, have done squat about Iraq and Saddam had it not been a USA venture? Of course not.

    And I’ll answer with another simple question.. ‘Would any American want to see his child die so that some Jewish supremacists can steal more land in Palestine and beyond?

    IOW, the wars ((America)) is foisting all over the globe, are in no way whatsoever a consequence of the American people. Rather, they’re all a direct consequence of the fact that genocidal Jewish supremacists control the printing press (Fed) that prints U.S. Federal Reserve Notes (dollars), and they use that unlimited power to corrupt in absolute terms everything of consequence in the ZUS and beyond.

    is why ((America)) runs a torture camp, and why America menaces the planet with drones and wars and horrors and slaughter and wide-spread terror. Because we, the American people, have little to no say as far as policy goes. That is why we voted for Trump, because he seems like the only one who can rein in some tiny shred of the Jewish supremacist insanity that is engulfing our planet.

    The more they hate him and use their media and paid whores in congress and Hollywood, to lambast Trump, the more I’m convinced he’s a good guy.

    Yes, tragically Trump has thrown the Palestinians under the bus. And this is a terrible crime and sin and stain upon America. But we all know that Trump is not immune to ((their)) intrigues, and has to follow their script, up to a point. But he has resisted starting a war with Iran, and they’re no doubt very, very pissed off about that.

    Also, would France and Britain have attacked Ghaddafi without US permission? Not a chance.

    Not because they have more honor, but only because the ZUS is the ‘super-power’. If Macron or Boris or Merkel were the head of state of the ‘super-power, they’d to exactly as they were told, by the J-supremacists that control the world’s reserve currency.

    France and Briton are vassals, just as is the ZUS government. If you want to point to a nation run by a statesman, with his own nation’ interest at heart, rather than the J-supremacists, then you should point to Russia. And that is why the ((Western media and politicians)) are all screeching that Putin = Adolf Hitler! Because Putin doesn’t take his marching orders from snake$ of zion.

    At least we still have our guns, and can say ‘there were no lamps or soap or gas chambers’, without being carted off to a dungeon.

    True, but for how much longer?

    The answer to that question will be determined, in large part, in November.

    Biden is the choice of ‘wokeness’. Wokeness means that the first order of business is to appoint Supreme Court whores who will eviscerate the First and Second Amendments.

    So one thing is absolutely for certain, and that is if Biden wins, then American’s will absolutely join the Europeans and others in disarming the law-abiding citizens, and out-lawing any criticism of Israel, whatsoever. Americans will join Germany and Canada and all those other nations that put honest and courageous people in prison, for the crime of telling the truth.

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  239. Rurik 说:
    @SafeNow

    Thus, the U.S. celebrates looters and vandals, .

    What we’re seeing is exactly what happened in Germany in the 30s. The commie goons (Antifa, BLM) were agitating in the streets for Bolshevism, (Jewish supremacism pretending to be ‘social justice’) and the honorable Germans were forced to align with German nationalists (‘white nationalists’ as the girl in the video would be maligned as.)

    And so this is history replaying itself out.

    Sane Americans will eventually all be called Nazis, because they’ll resist the ‘New Bolshevism’ of wokeness, (genocidal hatred of white Americans).

    历史重演……

  240. Rurik 说:
    @Corvinus

    “However, the MSM has turned this into a race issue – which it’s not.”

    And you say this definitively? How do you know with absolute certainty?

    you really are a low-life POS, aren’t you Corvy.

    (that was rhetorical ; )

    the media has been guilty of doing those things, but not to the extent that people should automatically discount what they report and how they report.

    people should give the media exactly the same level of credibility that we all give you, Corvy

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  241. @Rurik

    “The first one is about millions of people trying to get by. They work, they raise their families, and have a barbeque on Sundays and invite the neighbors over. This America has about as much to do with Iraq (or Libya or Syria or Donbas… ) as the man on the moon.”

    I would have to disagree with you here. America is full of morally incompetent people without whose participation/tacit approval, government criminality (at the federal, state and local levels) – would not be the problem that it is.

    As I see it, most Americans who are just “trying to get by” would screw their neighbors over in a second if it meant getting ahead. This is why property taxation (in many states) is out of control. This is why health care costs in America are out of control. This is why the federal government never runs out of the bombs and missiles it uses to murder people in far away places. This is why the federal government doesn’t need to draft people into the U.S. military. It is the corruption of the people that is the nuts and bolts of the evil empire.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
    , @Rurik
  242. Uncle Sam 说:
    @KenH

    Sean Hannity is no conservative; he is a neoconservative, which means he puts Israel first and foremost. His last name is an Irish one, so he probably is not even Jewish. He is a joke. How any true populist, nationalist or conservative can tune in to him shows how naive and stupid they really are.

    Hannity will do anything to ingratiate himself with the Zionist Jews, even advocating American military intervention to save Israel if it faces destruction from Hezbollah or Iran. By the way, that destruction is not far off. He would sacrifice the lives of every American serviceman for Israel.

  243. Corvinus 说:
    @Rurik

    There is no drug as intoxicating as confirmation bias! You have delivered my fix in spades.

    • 巨魔: Rurik, Anonymousse
  244. Corvinus 说:
    @Harold Smith

    “America is full of morally incompetent people without whose participation/tacit approval, government criminality (at the federal, state and local levels) – would not be the problem that it is.”

    How anti-white of you to say. Pray tell, how do YOU not fit this description (your statement)?

    • 巨魔: Anonymousse
    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  245. See p.12 Lane bodycam transcript: https://dam.tmz.com/document/f6/o/2020/07/08/f67735b0ca9c4e55a8070fb50af753a6.pdf

    Floyd is complaining about not being able to breathe BEFORE Lane gives up on persuading him to put his feet in the car and says “Get him on the ground”.

    Also, at 2:09 in this video you can see how little pressure Chavin is placing on Floyd’s neck. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaGmz4DPlJw&feature=youtu.be&t=129&bpctr=1594316204

    The charges are an atrocity. Full stop.

    • 回复: @anon
  246. Rurik 说:
    @Harold Smith

    It is the corruption of the people that is the nuts and bolts of the evil empire.

    I’m not disputing that America is fast becoming a very far more corrupt place. But I don’t agree with you that “most Americans who are just “trying to get by” would screw their neighbors over in a second if it meant getting ahead.”

    At least not any more so than Canadians or Europeans or South Americans, etc.. (assuming that by America you meant the U.S.).

    I think a lot of it is tied directly to ‘diversity’. The more diverse a place becomes, the less social cohesion. The less trust, and the less sense of a common good.

    [更多]

    There is no lie as invidious as ‘diversity is our strength’.

    The people of Japan or Iceland, do not loot their neighbors belongings when there’s a national tragedy. They consider their fellow countrymen as members of the their extended family, and act accordingly. But if you live in a diverse city, they won’t even wait for a national tragedy to punch you in the face, the first chance they get.

    Diversity + proximity = war (and corruption and strife and tribal hatreds and a thousand other societal ills)

    This is why America is rotting, because we’re becoming so diverse. And of course, our media and universities and cultural institutions are all now controlled by J-supremacists, who foment hatred and division and societal/cultural rot- as their mother’s milk.

    Not that Americans don’t deserve their share of blame, for their damnable bovine apathy, (insouciance, as Mr. PCR puts it ; )

    But I don’t see the Brits as any less insouciant, or the French or the Canadians, for that matter. America just happens to be the ‘super-power’, and therefor the coveted Crown Jewel of international intrigue/treachery/scheming. All of which are second nature to a certain tribe.

    How much “participation/tacit approval” would the American people be giving to the wars and Wall Street looting and drones and torturing and the assorted serial crimes of the Deepstate, if the American people were informed?

    I’d say very little. I’d say that if Americans knew that innocent men were being tortured in their name, simply because they opposed the ZUS occupying their country, then Americans would demand it stop. But not one in a thousand Americans even realize America’s is running a torture camp, other than academically, as a place to keep ‘dangerous terrorists’. But if they knew the truth about things, it would be different.

    I get to ranting, and that’s a flaw of mine, but I’ll end this by pointing out something of America’s imposed ignorance. Recently I was speaking with an intelligent and educated guy. A ‘boomer’, and he went though the Seventies gas lines and Oil Embargo and draconian 55 mph speed limits all over America. And I asked him why we had to endure all of that, and he said because of the Arab Oil Embargo. OK, sure. But 为什么 did the Arabs impose that embargo?

    板球。

    Because of Nixon’s treachery during the Yom Kippur war. When he sided with the genocidal Zionist terrorists.

    But how many Americans knew that was why the Arabs instituted their embargo?

    Not one in ten thousand.

    IOW if Americans are systematically lied to about everything, especially things of great consequence, (USS Liberty, 9/11, etc…) then how can you blame them for being misguided and deluded?

    With every media hysteria, (George Floyd, Cornhole virus, ad infinitum ad nauseum…) we see the polls in America reflect the lies they’re relentlessly harangued with ever second of every day.

    How do you expect them to conduct themselves with grace, when they spend their entire lives in a grotesque, twisted, zio-version of Plato’s cave?

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  247. Piglet 说:
    @Erzberger

    And women.

    There were a lot of women at the company too, and most were also gay.

    One kept trying to hit on a married straight woman, inviting her to go on an overnight camping trip with her. Her intentions were obvious. The straight woman kept turning her down and asked the lesbian to respect her feelings toward her husband. The reply she received was classic: “How do you think I feel?!”

    Just wouldn’t leave it alone.

    The quote got to be quite a joke between a couple of us straights in the office.

  248. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    法医给出毒理学报告。 弗洛伊德血液中的药物剂量是致命的。 他不必说什么。 证据不言自明。

    Wrong…it’s required by law that the doctor attending any death complete the ’cause of death’ section on the death certificate…

    Besides their medical training, physicians have access to guidance from the Health Department…

    填写死亡证明死因部分的说明

    Note also that it is REQUIRED for the physician to give a ‘manner of death’ [box 37]…

    There are six choices from which to select one…natural, accident, suicide, 杀人, pending investigation, could not be determined…

    The Hennepin County Medical Examiner stated the manner of death as HOMICIDE…not any of the other possibilities…

    So that is information that the physician MUST provide…

    Here is what the Hennepin County Medical Examiner said about the Floyd Death…

    Once again, I call on the author to make a better effort at determining very basic facts about how this process works…he is not doing readers any kind of service by putting out blatantly false information…

    • 同意: vot tak
    • 回复: @map
  249. @Corvinus

    “How anti-white of you to say.”

    LOL! So truth is “anti-White”?

    “Pray tell, how do YOU not fit this description (your statement)?”

    Because I generally endeavor to treat any other sentient creature the way I would like to be treated; whether they live next door, on the other side of the world, or in the big tree in the back yard.

    Unlike the case with too many Americans, I don’t defer to the state for moral guidance; I do my own moral reasoning and take responsibility for my own actions. Unlike the case with too many Americans, I don’t try to rationalize evil behavior with flimsy excuses such as: “well, if I don’t work on the assembly line at Lockheed-Martin making bombs and missiles, somebody else will, so I might as well do it and collect a decent paycheck, as it won’t make any practical difference to the victims” or something like that. That’s how.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  250. Corvinus 说:
    @Harold Smith

    It is other than truth to say “America is full of morally incompetent people”. And, yes, this statement is steeped in anti-whiteness.

    “Because I generally endeavor to treat any other sentient creature the way I would like to be treated…I do my own moral reasoning and take responsibility for my own actions”.

    As do most Americans! Yet, you feel you have this worldly knowledge to state otherwise.

    “Unlike the case with too many Americans, I don’t defer to the state for moral guidance”

    That is a false premise. You would have to ask them directly to ascertain whether or not, and to what extent, do they engage in this conduct. Otherwise, you are merely speculating.

    • 巨魔: Anonymousse, Biff
    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  251. anon[161]• 免责声明 说:
    @Gandydancer

    See p.12 Lane bodycam transcript: https://dam.tmz.com/document/f6/o/2020/07/08/f67735b0ca9c4e55a8070fb50af753a6.pdf

    Floyd is complaining about not being able to breathe BEFORE Lane gives up on persuading him to put his feet in the car and says “Get him on the ground”.

    谢谢!

  252. @Rurik

    “I’m not disputing that America is fast becoming a very far more corrupt place. But I don’t agree with you that most Americans who are just trying to get by would screw their neighbors over in a second if it meant getting ahead.”

    Okay I should rephrase it: *Enough* Americans are corrupt to the extent that they’d screw their neighbors over in a second if it meant getting ahead – that the country is doomed; we’ve gone beyond the tipping point.

    From the out of control property taxation to the out of control health care costs to the poisons being added to our food, etc., the signs of fatal public corruption are everywhere. This is pure neighbor-on-neighbor treachery, IMO.

    “How do you expect them to conduct themselves with grace, when they spend their entire lives in a grotesque, twisted, zio-version of Plato’s cave?”

    The same way Muhammed Ali and other heroic war resisters did in the Vietnam war era, for example. Or the same way that Pablo Paredes, Kevin Benderman, Ed Snowden, Chelsea Manning and a handful of others have done since then. We were all subject to the same malign influence that seeks to brainwash and corrupt us but the fact that some of us have rise above it takes away all the excuses from the masses of those who choose to go along, IMO.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  253. ANZ 说:
    @Farrakhan.DDuke.AliceWalker.AllAgree

    Fornication and adultery were still criminal at the time in the 1960s when the Jews instituted Jew-Fault Divorce legislation state-by-state. So unbridling sexual activity beyond the constraint of lifetime monogamy by decriminalizing fornication and adultry and allowing divorce for any or no reason is the problem.

    Abondoning your marriage with ease ultimately forshadows abandoning your race as well. If you won’t stand by your immediate family, how can you be expected to stand by less distant kin?

    Since the Jew revolution of the 1960s the whites have digressed to where the blacks were in marital infidelity

    And that is certaily the plan. Degrade what good that white race has that had set them apart from more animalistic humans. Jews do not build good and beautiful things. They are Yahweh possessed destroyers.

  254. Rogue 说:
    @Biff

    Hence the anger of us “right-wingers.”

    I used the term in a rhetorical sense – not to be taken too literally.

    Otherwise, I generally agree with what you wrote.

  255. map 说:
    @FB

    好家伙…

    来自同一份报告:

    “死亡分类方式是法医的法定职能,
    作为用于生命统计和公共卫生目的的死亡证明的一部分。
    死亡方式不是对罪责或意图的法律确定,并且
    不应被用来篡夺司法程序。 这样的决定在外面
    体检医师的角色或权限范围。 ”

    IOW,它不是决定性的,它根本没有指出死因。 也就是说,法医无法从这份报告中确定凶杀案。 法医基本上是在告诉你,他不能确定杀人是杀人,所以这个死亡证明胡说八道是没有意义的。 这绝不意味着肖文对弗洛伊德的约束实际上导致了他的死亡。

    另外,请阅读其余部分。

    死因:心肺骤停导致执法不严,
    约束和颈部压缩

    死亡方式:他杀

    受伤是如何发生的:死者在经历心肺骤停时
    被执法人员限制

    死者在受到约束时经历了心肺骤停,而不是因为他受到约束。 媒体将其排除在外

  256. Rogue 说:
    @Corvinus

    And you say this definitively? How do you know with absolute certainty?

    Well, that’s the whole point, isn’t it? Nobody knows at this stage that Chauvin is a racist cop and did what he did because of racism. To the best of my knowledge, there is no evidence from his past police work to support the “racist” angle. If there was, the MSM would be shouting about it loud and clear.

    As it is, they are determined to frame a narrative of their own making – and couldn’t care less about the truth.

    Serial liars are what they are.

  257. vot tak 说:
    @Paul Craig Roberts

    “The drug dose in Floyd’s blood is fatal.”

    Ah, so roberts is a medical expert now? The report roberts references makes no such claim.

    Forensic Pathologist Breaks Down George Floyd’s Death
    — An outside perspective on viral videos, autopsy findings, and the medical examiner’s role

    https://www.medpagetoday.com/blogs/working-stiff/86913

    [更多]

    “I’m first going to take you through the videos of George Floyd’s death so you can see them through the eyes of a forensic pathologist. I currently perform forensic autopsies in California, and I analyze videos of officer-involved deaths as a part of that job. I played no part in this death investigation.

    Autopsy means “see for yourself” — but sometimes the autopsy doesn’t show you everything. A forensic pathologist cannot accurately determine the cause of death and the manner of death by looking at the autopsy findings alone. That’s because there are several ways to kill people without causing devastating injury to the internal organs. Asphyxia from neck and chest compression is one of those ways.

    The Washington Post has video ( https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/national/security-footage-shows-events-leading-up-to-handcuffing-of-black-man-in-minneapolis/2020/05/26/b93ac60c-cdd4-4bfe-8ea9-601b2cdf030f_video.html?fbclid=IwAR3Y08rdIP4QISryL7e7R5GGrcJrg80mf36XmcmlGwVYAl-jatP2Lrpw8co ) from a restaurant pointed at the street that captured George Floyd’s first interactions with the police. In it, you can see two police officers. One talks to Floyd for over two minutes before he tries to remove him from the vehicle. Floyd then briefly struggles with both officers and appears to nearly collapse at 03:14- 03:17. As an officer walks Floyd, who is handcuffed behind his back, over to the wall, Floyd’s gait is uneven. He is talking to the officer, and they appear to continue the dialogue as the officer assists Floyd in sitting down against the wall. The officer even makes some notes in his notepad. The officer lifts Floyd back to his feet by pulling up on his arms, which causes Floyd to grimace and turn his face toward the officer. His gait is again lurching and uneven as the two officers walk him across the road to their patrol vehicle. When they reach it, he falls to the ground for a moment.

    The fact that Floyd appears to be talking to the officer and the officer is taking notes suggests that Floyd is engaging in dialogue. The gait disturbance suggests that Floyd may have been under the influence of alcohol or some other drug that could affect his balance. The grimace as he is being handled suggests that the cuffs are on too tight or that he is in pain during this encounter as the officer pulls up on his cuffed arms. Here’s what I don’t see: I don’t see someone who appears to be suffering from excited delirium when drugs of abuse can cause agitation, hyperthermia, and sudden death. Floyd is not naked or dressed inappropriately for the weather. He does not appear to be sweating profusely. He does not appear to be agitated or violent.

    A short bystander video from another perspective ( https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/equality/500143-new-video-shows-different-view-of-george-floyd-incident?amp ) shows three police officers kneeling on Floyd while another stands at his head. They appear to be exerting pressure on his neck, torso, left (still handcuffed) arm, and legs. Pressure on the torso can limit chest rise, and added pressure on other parts of the body can decrease cardiac return (the volume of blood coming back from the limbs).

    Looking at a longer, unedited bystander video posted on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/darnellareallprettymarie/videos/1425398217661280/ ), the first thing I notice is that Floyd’s voice sounds gravelly, and he repeatedly says, “I can’t breathe.” EMS and police are sometimes trained that anyone who says “I can’t breathe” is lying — because if you can speak, you can breathe. This is not true, and there are many reasons why people might say “I can’t breathe” and still be in medical distress. These reasons include increasing fatigue of respiratory muscles; blockage of pulmonary blood flow; incomplete airway obstruction; and acidosis, a buildup of acid in the blood which triggers an increased breathing rate and causes the sensation of shortness of breath.

    At the start of the video, Floyd has already appeared to have lost bladder function. This can be a sign of medical distress. Floyd specifically mentions “the knee in my neck,” a coherent statement and not the grunting and screaming we typically hear in deaths from excited delirium. As this video starts, Officer Chauvin already has his knee pressed on Floyd’s neck, and you can see that pressure is being applied to the part of his anatomy that contain the carotid arteries and jugular veins. Floyd first appears to become unresponsive at 4:01. He stops talking, his eyes close, and his face is still. Bystanders start noticing this at 4:45. At 6:58 an officer checks his pulse. Officer Chauvin’s knee doesn’t come off Floyd’s neck until 7:55, over 3 minutes after Floyd first seems to have gone unconscious.

    The district attorney’s charging documents ( https://int.nyt.com/data/documenthelper/6975-derek-chauvin-complaint/cd9e96e708a9b0c8ba58/optimized/full.pdf#page=1 ) in the case stated, “The autopsy revealed no physical findings that support a diagnosis of traumatic asphyxia or strangulation,” and that “Floyd had underlying health conditions including coronary artery disease and hypertensive heart disease. The combined effects of Floyd being restrained by the police, his underlying health conditions, and any potential intoxicants in his system likely contributed to his death.” In contrast, the medical examiner’s first press release ( https://www.fox9.com/news/medical-examiner-releases-report-on-george-floyd-death ) stated that “the cause and manner of death is currently pending further testing.”

    为什么不同?

    Charging documents are usually written by attorneys based on information obtained from police officers and a representative of the medical examiner’s office. They should not be interpreted as the definitive result of the autopsy, and they are frequently inaccurate. The headlines that suggested that asphyxia had been ruled out by the medical examiner were wrong.

    Soon after, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner issued a press release ( https://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/MNHENNE/2020/06/01/file_attachments/1464238/2020-3700%20Floyd,%20George%20Perry%20Update%206.1.2020.pdf ), and subsequent to that, the full autopsy report ( https://www.hennepin.us/-/media/hennepinus/residents/public-safety/documents/Autopsy_2020-3700_Floyd.pdf?la=en&hash=1DD37B049B99FAE35949ADD1D04331BD45A86D01 ), which indicated that the cause of death was “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression,” and that the manner of death was homicide. They listed arteriosclerotic and hypertensive heart disease, fentanyl intoxication, and recent methamphetamine use as other significant conditions contributing to death.

    This means that Floyd stopped breathing and his heart stopped beating (cardiopulmonary arrest) because of the injury caused by his restraint in the custody of law enforcement officers, to include asphyxia from neck compression. Asphyxia means that there is a lack of oxygen going to the brain. It can happen from obstruction of the airway, restriction of breathing from compression of the neck or chest, or the prevention of blood flow to the brain by collapsing the blood vessels in the neck. It can also happen from the replacement of oxygen in the blood by carbon monoxide, or depletion of oxygen in the atmosphere, like in a fire. “Cardiopulmonary arrest” is not a heart attack. Online sources that imply that the medical examiner is covering up George Floyd’s death by calling it a “heart attack” are wrong.

    The death certificate’s “other significant conditions” — Floyd’s natural heart disease and the presence of drugs of abuse in his tested blood — do not excuse the officers, nor should they cause anyone to blame the victim. They are there on the death certificate because those findings, in the opinion of the medical examiner, would have made his death more likely. They are not the cause of death. The cause of death is police restraint.”

    • 回复: @Genrick Yagoda
  258. map 说:

    事实上,你是一个说谎的狗屎。

    从医疗报告本身:

    [更多]

    案例名称: 心肺骤停复杂执法 Subdual、约束和颈部压迫

    最终诊断:46岁男子在被执法人员拘束时反应迟钝:

    在第 2 页顶部,第 III 节:

    未发现危及生命的伤害

    A.无面部,口腔粘膜或结膜瘀斑

    B.颈部或喉前肌无损伤
    结构

    C.无头皮软组织,颅骨或脑部受伤

    D.无胸壁软组织损伤,肋骨骨折(其他
    而不是CPR的单个肋骨骨折),椎骨柱
    受伤或内脏受伤

    E.后路和后路的切口和皮下解剖
    侧颈部、肩部、背部、侧腹和臀部
    隐匿性创伤阴性。

    从第 2 页第 VI 节开始:

    毒理学(有关完整详细信息,请参见附件报告;测试
    对在5/25/20采集的死前血液样本进行
    晚上9:00在HHC和死后尿液中)

    A. 血液药物和新型精神活性物质筛查:

    1. 芬太尼 11 纳克/毫升

    2. 去甲芬太尼 5.6 ng/mL

    3. 4-ANPP 0.65 纳克/毫升

    4. 甲基苯丙胺 19 ng/mL

    5. 11-羟基 Delta-9 THC 1.2 ng/mL;

    Delta-9 Carboxy THC 42 ng / mL; Delta-9四氢大麻酚2.9 ng / mL

    6.可替宁阳性

    7. 咖啡因阳性

  259. 因此,该线程上有一些延迟声称法律要求参加死亡的医生签发死亡证明,并且该证明必须注明死因。

    如果那个智障真的读过明尼苏达州的法律,他会发现死亡证明可以在事后很久由殡仪员签发,而不必由医生签发。 并且只有经过卫生部审查后,死亡证明才会成为记录的一部分。

    Further, the Cause of Death is listed in medical terms, not as a “homicide”. Exactly as PCR stated.

    一些大嘴笨蛋的海报太愚蠢了,无法在这个网站上发布。

    https://www.mnhs.org/people/deathrecords

    • 回复: @map
    , @map
  260. @Corvinus

    “It is other than truth to say “America is full of morally incompetent people.”

    No it isn’t, not at all. The endless wars and sundry imperial atrocities; the obscene military spending; the confiscatory taxation; the unaffordable basic necessities, e.g. health care and housing; the rising suicide rate; the opioid crisis; the declining life-expectancy; the crumbling infrastructure; etc. It’s painfully obvious that America is caught in the throes of a moral collapse (and fatal sequelae) and no amount of your hand-waving can change that.

    “And, yes, this statement is steeped in anti-whiteness.”

    ROTFL! No it isn’t, not at all; “whiteness” has nothing to do with it. You don’t really expect to say something so ridiculous and still be taken seriously, do you?

    Because I generally endeavor to treat any other sentient creature the way I would like to be treated…I do my own moral reasoning and take responsibility for my own actions.

    “As do most Americans!”

    In your ill-considered opinion that is, but if that were true, America wouldn’t be falling apart the way it is right in front of us.

    “Yet, you feel you have this worldly knowledge to state otherwise.”

    Well compared to you and those of your ilk, yes, I do claim to have some special insight: I claim at least a modest ability to discern right from wrong (and the fortitude to apply it in practice).

    • 同意: Biff
    • 谢谢: Grahamsno(G64)
    • 回复: @Corvinus
  261. @vot tak

    subsequent to that, the full autopsy report ( https://www.hennepin.us/-/media/hennepinus/residents/public-safety/documents/Autopsy_2020-3700_Floyd.pdf?la=en&hash=1DD37B049B99FAE35949ADD1D04331BD45A86D01 ), which indicated that the cause of death was “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restraint, and neck compression,” and that the manner of death was homicide.

    No where in the full autopsy report document that you linked does it state anything about “homicide”. Both you and the other retard are liars, and/or to dumb to post here.

    • 巨魔: vot tak
  262. vot tak 说:

    From roberts article:

    “Baden did no second autopsy. He viewed the video of officer Chauvin and gave his opinion that Chauvin killed Floyd by cutting off oxygen and blood to the brain.”

    This is a deliberate lie by roberts. See:

    https://www.medpagetoday.com/blogs/working-stiff/86913

    Melinek discusses Baden’s autopsy here and points out that a second autopsy has severe limitations. And furthermore a private initiated autopsy may not be actually impartial or independent of the interrsted sides.

    “Baden is a retained expert and is being paid for his services by Floyd’s family. He is not independent. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner, which is paid by taxpayer money, is the only independent agency here. They did the first, legally-mandated autopsy, and collected the evidence. The medical examiner’s office is not an arm of law enforcement. If a retained expert finds something at autopsy that is not favorable to the client’s legal case, the client doesn’t have to disclose that expert at all. Everything the medical examiner does and all the evidence they collect is a public record. None of their findings, no matter what they reveal, can be suppressed.

    Furthermore, a “second autopsy” is always fraught with problems. The process of performing the first autopsy causes “autopsy artifact” — severed blood vessels, dissected organs, and even broken bones — that the second autopsy pathologist may not be able to distinguish from inflicted injury. When I perform a forensic autopsy on someone we suspect might have died of asphyxia, I will frequently keep the entire neck block (the windpipe, blood vessels, and surrounding organs and structures of the throat) in a stock jar in the morgue, as evidence. I may even save large sections of the heart and brain for specialized testing. These materials would not be available to a private-practice pathologist hired to perform a second autopsy.

    [更多]

    If Baden looked at Floyd’s corpse after a thorough forensic autopsy, there would have been little left for him to examine. Keep in mind that he also does not have access to all the evidence in the case, such as the medical records, witness statements, body camera videos, or police reports.

    Following a press conference on June 1 about the second autopsy, Baden admitted that portions of Floyd’s organs were indeed missing ( https://apnews.com/d41cdf6cefbb3e5603a28e6dc07f9589 ), and that he didn’t have access to the results from toxicology testing.”

    If all Baden did was watch a video of the murder, how would he know parts of organs were missing? Obviously roberts is inventing lies to support a false narrative here.

    “Based on the available information, the “second autopsy” consists of an assertion by CNN, a collection of liars that other presstitutes echo. Thus, the presstitutes created a non-existent “second autopsy” just as they created Russiagate and Russian bounties to the Taliban to kill American troops in Afganistan”

    The disinfo angle roberts is gaming here is to attribute what the Baden team found as a non existent fiction what the zionazi-gay media made up. He knows the zionazi-gay media has zero credibility, so associates whatever Baden’s team claims as zionazi-gay spin to discredit their findings. He does this while character smearing Baden. Roberts also adds this revealing tidbit:

    “Similarly, how can a second autopsy that allegedly concludes that officer Chauvin murdered Floyd be refuted when no such autopsy exists?”

    Given roberts has consistently misrepresented and distorted the coroner’s report and everything else about Floyd’s murder in an effort to to get the cops aquitted, in the eyes of those reading his propaganda, as an exercise in public perception psywar, he has zero chance influencing the trials, he would likewise misrepresent and distort the Baden team report. For the same dishonest ends.

    The guy rattles on about facts in the article, but it is clear he is not actually interested in facts. His goal is to influence people into accepting the current status quo as “cool”, to reinforce the police state and its racist implementation at the ground level. He wants people to continue to support this status quo.

    • 巨魔: L.K
  263. map 说:
    @Genrick Yagoda

    那个白痴不明白的是,他链接的是一个该死的新闻报道,而不是官方文件。

    你可以告诉媒体任何你想要的。 重要的是实际的体检报告,这与 PCR 相关。

    • 回复: @Genrick Yagoda
  264. Redman 说:
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    I’m not sure what you are trying to say here.

    A co-defendant of the most hated person in America (since Hitler) is trying to develop a defense to save his own life. CNN talks about how evidence “can’t be released” because of the case and gag order, yet this “new evidence” pops out. Hmm.

    Along with a picture of Chauvin which crops out his “knee,” which was the putative instrument of death. Hmm.

    If this case goes to trial (a big if) it will be the biggest one since OJ. Right now, all parties are using the MSM as a weapon.

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
  265. Redman 说:
    @anon

    I encourage people to watch the full video taken from the restaurant. It’s clear Floyd was carrying “white baggies.” One he dropped and then picked up again, right before being put into the car.

    I’m a former defense attorney. But if they’re are any cops (former cops) reading this, I’d be interested in your opinion.

    He had the opportunity to get rid of the evidence (by ingesting it, a common occurrence) while only the clueless rookie cops were there, trying to get him into the car. Then his blood tests show a massive amount of fentanyl. Isn’t this Occam’s razor?

  266. Redman 说:
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    You really don’t get it. This was not about resisting arrest (like Rodney King).

    This is about a guy trying to avoid a drug possession charge (possibly dealing: who were the 2 other folks taken out of his car?) by getting rid of the product.

    He was likely on probation of some sort from his robbery conviction, and was not psyched about getting nabbed for drug dealing.

  267. @map

    本新闻稿由 Carolyn Marinan Dutton 撰写,她之前的整个职业生涯都是作为电视记者度过的。

    你是对的,她被告知在新闻稿中写了什么。 问题是谁?

  268. joelcc 说:

    The main problem I often have with such claims is often simple. If the second autopsy never took place, why isn’t anyone saying so?

    The author cannot know, he can speculate. Remember that the Kennedy assassination started this whole paranoia with official stories and that it never was solved in any meaningful way. It was Meyer Lanski who blackmailed the FBI who worked with the CIA, with the Mossad, with the ADL, all very intriguing without any closure.

    Does the truth ever comes out? Well, let see, what was the conspiracy to kill Lincoln even? Organized in Montreal and all, what about that angle?

    So, some lies and conspiracies do get exposed. But keep in mind, for most people Trayvon Martin was a poor victim of a white supremacist.

    The issue right now also is that the “resistance” is believing in Q. So, you’re fucked either way. People who think they will win by exposing a global conspiracy of pedo-satanists. Yes sir, good luck with that. You’ll have those people who will claim Floyd was not murdered and it won’t matter if it’s the same people who think every powerful person on earth is engaging in ritualistic child sacrifice to consume their blood. This is the problem we have, people are insane. They believe stupid things both from the mainstream media and from the alternative media. So long as it is outrageous enough.

    So while I don’t know what to think of this exactly, I’m about certain that the truth people will remember will be that the evil cop murdered a guy for carrying counterfeit money.

  269. @ANZ

    Abandoning your marriage with ease ultimately foreshadows abandoning your race as well. If you won’t stand by your immediate family, how can you be expected to stand by less distant kin?

    真正。

    And even more diabolical is that abandoning the marriage devastates the closest of kin, the offspring, the children of the marriage. It is slow murder of the children of divorce, the children whose family divorce shatters.

    Back about 1994 a Jewess whose name escapes wrote a book titled “The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce” which chronicles the devastation visited upon the children of divorce in California where No-Fault Divorce statute was initially enacted. A wide ranging study, it included detailed profiles and interviews with the children of broken homes who had grown to adulthood permanently scarred and disfunctional in basic ways due to their broken homes – basicly walking zombies.

    After becoming Jew-woke it seemed surprising a Jewess would detail the devastation of what wasa obviously a Jew legislative initiative, really Bolshevism come to America.

    But then it dawned on me – “The UNEXPECTED Legacy…” – Jew controlled opposition.

    Jews knew the devastation that would result which is why they worked so hard to achieve it. The Jewess author served her tribe by making it appear as if the devastation was a surprise to its authors.

    Just as you say:

    And that is certaily the plan. Degrade what good that white race has that had set them apart from more animalistic humans. Jews do not build good and beautiful things. They are Yahweh possessed destroyers.

  270. Michael Baden is the lowest form of life. He is a professional medical prostitute that will say anything for money. He’s revolting and the media goes to him and bills him as the best and most important medical examiner who ever lived, the usual suspects and their mutual admiration society.

    George Floyd was a criminal thug with a violent criminal record. He was given a chance by the store owner to give back the cigarettes he bought with the fake 20 dollar bill and they said they wouldn’t even call the cops. Because he was such an arrogant prick, he said no and the cops were called.

    Then he resisted arrest and wouldn’t stop resisting until the last two minutes before he died from his drug overdose. The cop used his knee to lock him on the ground, but did not put the weight of his body on his neck. The cop did not kill him. The prosecutors originally decided not to charge the police officer, but when the angry black mob showed up, suddenly they charged him and then upped the charges. This is called Mob Justice.

    If I was Queen, when the cops told you to put your hands behind your head and get on the ground multiple times and you didn’t comply, by the fourth time, the cops should be required to shoot you dead, the reason being we are better off without people who are that stupid or that violent.

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
  271. map 说:
    @Genrick Yagoda

    而且……你是对的。

    从链接:

    问:我不熟悉证书上的死因。 我怎样才能弄清楚这意味着什么?
    死亡证明通常使用医学/科学术语。 最近的证书中的术语通常可以通过基本的网络搜索来破译,但早期的死亡记录通常使用缩写词和医学术语,这些术语现在已经过时了疾病。 图书馆工作人员可以帮助您搜索旧术语的现代含义或查看 RootsWeb 站点上的“旧医学术语”。

    问:死亡证明是如何制作的?
    当有人死亡时,医生或殡葬师会在死亡证明上汇总有关死者的信息。 该证书已在当地县登记处登记,原件已发送至明尼苏达州卫生部生命统计办公室。 在那里,生命统计工作人员确保信息完整且符合国家标准。 那时,卫生部的死亡证明成为正式的永久记录。

  272. @Redman

    If this case goes to trial (a big if) it will be the biggest one since OJ. Right now, all parties are using the MSM as a weapon.

    What? You don’t even believe that this case could go to trial, the sheer optics, the multiple body cams, and bystander video recordings point to are evidence of such gross abuse of power, for fuck sake man he said 20 times that he couldn’t breathe and Chauvin told him to not waste oxygen! His last words were “They’ll kill me. They’ll kill me.” and you (I mean the whole lot) don’t have an iota of sympathy for a dying man, read the transcript the other cops searched for a pulse and they couldn’t find it and yet Chauvin kept kneeling on him. I am not new to this site I understand the profound political hatred between blacks and whites but this goes beyond such tribalism.

    A simple thought experiment imagine that Chauvin had a sound sense of judgement and he took off his knee and gave him water, it might have saved his life and the entire shitstorm that ensued. This’s so horrible and the only reasons you guys support such egregious abuse from authorities is that he was not from your tribe. The humanity man nobody deserves to die like this with a cop’s knee on your neck, is that how you want to die?

    There was no gunfight, fisticuffs or resisting arrest, Chauvin’s behavior was so over the top that bystanders were pleading with him to let go of Floyd, it’s so sad that you guys don’t feel any sympathy for someone who died on a payement with a cop’s knee on his neck, all this beating around the bush, Fentanyl , 2nd autopsy is just sophistry to justify your tribal position that he was black and deserved whatever was coming to him.

    Only one person on this thread spelled it out explicitly

    I don’t give a rat’s butt about the merits or demerits of the case. The shitbird, Floyd was black and Chauvin is White. Therefore I’m behind Chauvin 100%.

    There’s no arguing with that position, it’s implicitly genocidal, and the alt-right’s dream of an ethnostate implies ethnic cleansing at the least or genocide at the worst. Are you guys ready to pay the butcher’s bill.

    Are you ready to walk down that bloody road you should be if you want to achieve your political vision.

    • 同意: vot tak
    • 谢谢: FB
    • 回复: @FB
    , @Bilge_Pump
  273. Belisarius 说:
    @niteranger

    tou forgot to call out that notorious Mexican Yid, Carlos Slim /sarc

  274. @Responder111

    I completely agree with you if you so much as twitch in front of a LEO you ought to be shot dead after all this is America the land of the free and the home of the brave

    • 哈哈: FB
  275. RT 说:
    @FB

    FB, I have never seen “Manner of death” line in any medical examiner reports anywere in the world, and I have seen enough. The one you posted cannot be a medical examiner report. A medical examiner can only state the medical cause of death, e.g. cardiopulmonary arrest, respiratory arrest, stroke, hypovolemia due to bleeding etc. , but never a manner of death.

    • 回复: @Grahamsno(G64)
    , @FB
  276. Rurik 说:
    @Harold Smith

    *Enough* Americans are corrupt to the extent that they’d screw their neighbors over in a second if it meant getting ahead – that the country is doomed; we’ve gone beyond the tipping point.

    From the out of control property taxation to the out of control health care costs to the poisons being added to our food, etc., the signs of fatal public corruption are everywhere. This is pure neighbor-on-neighbor treachery, 海事组织。

    no argument about any of the above, except for what I emboldened. And even that’s true, but only because of our cultural elites, who deliberately orchestrated the moral rot of our society. Just like they have in England and Canada and everywhere else they slither.

    [更多]

    The Amish and Mennonites and the those neighbors of the Weavers at Ruby Ridge, and those Bundy cowboys with their guns, show that in pockets, Americans still have charactor. But as you point out, not enough of them.

    The same way Muhammed Ali and other heroic war resisters did in the Vietnam war era, for example. Or the same way that Pablo Paredes, Kevin Benderman, Ed Snowden, Chelsea Manning and a handful of others have done since then. We were all subject to the same malign influence that seeks to brainwash and corrupt us but the fact that some of us have rise above it takes away all the excuses from the masses of those who choose to go along, IMO

    OK, fair enough, but would you condemn a man for being stupid? Gullible?

    I’m sure many people know the score, and are too cowardly or corrupt to oppose it.

    But how many Americans are just utterly ignorant- specifically lied to (relentlessly) by clever manipulators?

    J0hn Hagee should, (and if there’s a God, burn), but what about his gullible sheep?

    They go around quoting the Bible, because they believe, as their parents (and grandparents and entire communities and families and friends and neighbors), that a belief in the Bibile is what makes you a 非常好 person. And they want more than anything, to be a good person. Is it their fault if sinister scumbags convince them that being a good person means supporting Israel, no matter what? Because ‘god loves Israel’, blah, blah, -hurl- blah..

    They’re stupid, gullible and easily manipulated, but are they evil?

    I’ve often brought up Pat Tillman and Jessica Lynch as examples of honorable Americans, who were duped into believing America was good, and our wars, (especially after ((9/11))), were necessary. When Tillman figured out that the wars are a crock, he wasn’t happy, (because he was an honorable man), and so they put three bullets into his forehead at close range.

    Tillman could be a metaphor of our times. We’re born and raised to believe in ‘America’, and being honorable, we conduct ourselves accordingly. Then one day we realize it’s all a rotten crock of ((lies)).

    Then you become cynical, but you’re still powerless to do anything about it, because all the power is in the hands of the ((elites)), who own the media and courts and have the politicians in their back pockets. Like Tillman, (or Seth Rich or Michael Hastings, and so many more…), if you become inconvenient to their goals and agenda, they can simply have you executed, just like they did to JFK, and so many others.

    >> <

    At least there is Russia.

    Were it not for Putin's Russia, Edward Snowden would likely be languishing in Gitmo. If not tortured to death by now.

    • 回复: @Harold Smith
  277. @RT

    http://www.state.in.us/pac/files/Public_Access_To_Death_Records.pdf

    Records Coroner Must Disclose to the Public
    When a coroner investigates a death, the public must have access to records that include, among other things,
    执行以下操作:
     the name, age, address, sex, and race of the deceased;
     the location where the body was found and, if different, the location where the death occurred;
     the name of the person reporting the death;
     the name of the person certifying the death;
     date and location of an autopsy;
     the name of the person who performed the autopsy; and
    probable cause, probable manner, and probable mechanism of death.

    A simple google search and if a medical examiner the expert doesn’t state the probable ‘manner of death’ what’s the point of the autopsy?

  278. @Grahamsno(G64)

    That is from the state of Indiana. The State of Indiana is not the state of Minnesota. I have already posted the laws of the state of Minnesota. Poster map has copied the relevant portion.

    Please endeavor to become more informed.

  279. @Grahamsno(G64)

    Just to add, you posted a link to the duties of the Coroner. The Coroner is not the same office as the Medical Officer. The medical Officer conducts autopsies, the coroner does not.

    Once again, please make a better effort to inform yourself.

  280. Corvinus 说:
    @Harold Smith

    “The endless wars and sundry imperial atrocities; the obscene military spending; the confiscatory taxation; the unaffordable basic necessities, e.g. health care and housing; the rising suicide rate; the opioid crisis; the declining life-expectancy; the crumbling infrastructure; etc.”

    The fault of the lack of vision by leaders, the corrupt application of capitalism, and the current debasement of social mores by our chief executive. (Oh, and Jews, right?)

    “ROTFL! No it isn’t, not at all; “whiteness” has nothing to do with it.”

    It most assuredly has to do with “whiteness”. Is there not a large segment of America “white”? Are they not as.a race possess stronger morals compared to other races? You impugn an entire group of people of your ilk. Have you no sense of honor and decency?

    “America wouldn’t be falling apart the way it is right in front of us.”

    At various points in our nation’s history we have experienced peril and division, and we manage to plow through. Perhaps you should leave if you choose not to become part of the solution.

    “I do claim to have some special insight: I claim at least a modest ability to discern right from wrong (and the fortitude to apply it in practice).”

    So do most Americans. It’s not “special insight”, it’s called using our logic and reasoning to make decisions and solve problems. How elitist of you to claim you have this “power” compared to other people. Why are you acting like a Jew?

    • 巨魔: Anonymousse
    • 回复: @Harold Smith
    , @geokat62
  281. PCR, I emailed an old pathologist friend of mine and he says that such autopsies are like private health care records and are protected as such, but that, if used in the case, will be shown to the defense.

  282. @Corvinus

    “The fault of the lack of vision by leaders, the corrupt application of capitalism, and the current debasement of social mores by our chief executive. (Oh, and Jews, right?)”

    Not quite. You see the only actual “power” our “leaders” have is the power that “we” give them.

    For example, when Trump ordered the missile attack on the Shayrat airbase in Syria, his subordinates could’ve legitimately refused to carry out the orders. Someone in the chain of command could’ve said: “I’m sorry but I can’t launch missiles at Syrian govt. targets because I believe it would be a war crime and a violation of my enlistment oath” or something like that.

    When Trump ordered the illegal seizure of Russian and/or Venezuelan diplomatic property, his subordinates could’ve similarly refused to carry out the orders; and/or there could’ve been a mass resignation of people from the state dept.

    ROTFL! No it isn’t, not at all; ‘whiteness’ has nothing to do with it.

    It most assuredly has to do with ‘whiteness.

    So according to you, white people are morally incompetent because they’re white? Your racist bent is showing.

    “Is there not a large segment of America ‘white’?”

    Many Americans are white; so what?

    “Are they not as.a race possess stronger morals compared to other races?

    我不知道。

    “You impugn an entire group of people of your ilk.”

    I said America is full of morally incompetent people. I’m sorry if that unfortunate truth offends you.

    “Have you no sense of honor and decency?”

    Apparently not in any sense that YOU could understand and appreciate.

    “At various points in our nation’s history we have experienced peril and division, and we manage to plow through.

    LOL! You wear your moral incompetence on your sleeve. Maybe “we” have managed to somehow “plow through” so far (the writing is clearly on the wall), but the millions of other people that “we” have murdered and/or oppressed in many other countries all over the world obviously didn’t fare so well.

    Perhaps you should leave if you choose not to become part of the solution.”

    First, what good is a “solution” to people (e.g. you) who refuse to acknowledge the fundamental problem in the first place? Second, I’d like to leave. Maybe you could take some of your filthy lucre and buy me a nice property in South America somewhere?

    I do claim to have some special insight: I claim at least a modest ability to discern right from wrong (and the fortitude to apply it in practice).

    So do most Americans.

    No they don’t. If that were true we wouldn’t be having this “discussion.”

    It’s not ‘special insight’, it’s called using our logic and reasoning to make decisions and solve problems.

    Seriously? I hate to be the bearer of bad news but America doesn’t solve problems; it creates them. Generally speaking, only morally competent people solve problems, and that leaves America out.

    “How elitist of you to claim you have this ‘power’ compared to other people. Why are you acting like a Jew?”

    LOL! In a sense my “special insight” is a “gift” from you and your ilk. It’s only “special” relative to the benighted masses who could also have it but volitionally reject it.

    Over 65 million Americans voted for mass-murdering war criminal Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. (IOW over 65 million Americans publicly announce to the world that there’s nothing wrong with installing a mass-murderer into the highest political office in the land). I voted for Trump in 2016 because at the time I did not know him to be a mass-murderer. But now that he has shown himself to be a psychotic, psychopathic, mass-murdering war criminal, I cannot vote for him. I cannot vote for him because if I vote for him knowing his evil character, I then share moral culpability for his crimes just the same as if I pushed the button that launched the missiles that killed the victims. You see how that works? That’s an example of “moral reasoning.” I hope this clears some things up for you.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  283. geokat62 说:
    @Corvinus

    Why are you acting like a Jew?

    Corvy, saying things that only some are permitted to say… you’re slipping.

  284. @Mefobills

    These evil and smart people, otherwise known as (((the Kahal))), know some basic facts about the human animal. They have been studying for thousands of years, and the information is passed down to their initiates and within secret societies.

    This is why it takes a kingdom, or even fascism. Democracy doesn’t work.

    This profound insight is the type of knowledge typical of Western Man yet exactly what he has been precluded from developing and circulating during the last 150 years due to Jew screeching, Jew brainwashing, Jew PC and Jew control of academia, PUBLIC LIBRARIES, etc. (Exactly why I appreciate and am eager to read the Luther Pierce piece you linked earlier today.)

    (((They’ve))) studied us the goyim to master methods for exploiting us to our enslavement en route to our eventual genocide, but we are precluded from studying and collaborating to protect ourselves from (((them))).

    I remember during the crack cocaine epidemic of the 1980s in the black inner cities a young guy working for the CDC was quoted as saying in effect “We could solve this by the methods we have to protect public health, but the powers that be have prohibited us from studying it.”

    Obviously the Jews didn’t want anybody studying blacks for fear of 1) the pathological patterns of black misconduct that would be revealed; and 2) because Jews want blacks to destroy whitey and themselves so the Jews get a 2 for 1 out of any Jew promoted initiative like drug use.

    • 回复: @Anon
  285. https://www.medpagetoday.com/blogs/working-stiff/86913

    I note that the recent comments cite the average death rate at 9 when I have read last week that it was 26

    with a range from 2 — 73 or higher. No issues for me. The consistent number is that only 2 – 3% of users dies from an overdose.

    Minus any interaction with the police, there is little evidence that Mr. Floyd would have died from an overdose. Of course we now have the photos of supposed counterfeit bills found by the police. As f the average officer could discern a counterfeit verses the real thing — of course depending on the quality. But that is very convenient.

    One can pretzel this in any manner they choose and no doubt the police union will be about their usual business of justifying police in the name of defending the integrity of the force —

    But at the end of the day, the matter further undermines the credibility of government.

  286. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @RT

    I already explained that ‘manner of death’ and ’cause of death’ must be given by the physician on the death certificate…

    • 回复: @Genrick Yagoda
  287. FB 说: • 您的网站
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Thanks for that great comment, Graham…

    Now here’s the kicker…these ‘white nationalist’ fools think the cops are somehow on their side so it’s okay to dust niggers left and right…

    Only thing is, it’s more whiggers that get dusted…and those cops that they are cheerleading are working for the landed gentry class that is way above the snack bracket of these dumb mouthbreathers here on UNZ…they don’t give a shit about actually helping in your neighborhood, like with speeding problems…but they sure do keep the riff raff out of Park Place, you know, where the Wall Street parasites live…

    Have a look at this video, about the feds taking down six ebay execs who were harassing a couple in Massachusetts because they didn’t like their blog content…some serious criminal abuse of ordinary folks by the high and mighty…

    Now, it’s just great that the feds have finally decided to step in and protect Joe and Jane Littleguy for once, I guess the exception that proves the rule that they are really there for our oppressors…but have a listen toward the end where the guy goes into a spiel about how the local cops supposedly played a role in the investigation and bringing these high rolling greaseballs to justice…

    He comes right out and says that defunding police is wrongheaded because they still do protect us…LOL

    The fact is these fools on this website love the billionaires and the fascist state and the police state that goes with it…all despite the fact that it’s all at their own expense, and that of their children…they are so stupid that they would march into the slaughterhouse with a happy song if they were sheep…

  288. @FB

    https://www.unz.com/proberts/there-is-no-second-autopsy-of-george-floyds-death/#comment-4024895

    Have you not understood? Here is Foghorn E Leghorn lecturing a medical doctor with 2 degrees on what the Medical Examiner in the state of Minnesota “MUST be given by some fantasy “physician” on the 死亡证明设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

    Foghorn E Leghorn has conclusively proven that you are wrong, because he put his claim in bold writing. The only thing that defeats bold writing. is ALLCAPS. Do you have any ALLCAPS?

    Listen to Foghorn, he has already explained this to you……..

  289. Bilge_Pump 说:
    @chuckywiz

    This is the second comment in this thread I’ve seen about that “advanced technique” being taught in Israeli police academies. It almost seems like a shill attempt to get white nationalists to hate police. Where are you from?

  290. Bilge_Pump 说:
    @Grahamsno(G64)

    Whatever man, I’m tired of drug addicts with multiple felonies having cities burned in their honor. IF this didn’t make the news I wouldn’t give a shit, unfortunately foreign subversives know all too well how to manipulate politics in this country and it’s all too obvious which side is better for that (hint it’s the one that’s being allowed to riot in every major US city)

    • 回复: @vot tak
  291. vot tak 说:
    @Bilge_Pump

    Apt nick choice, shlomo, because that is what you have been consistently pumping out.

    • 哈哈: FB
  292. One item was noticeably absent from your round up of hoaxes that Americans fell for – the scam-demic that still has you hiding under your bed.

    • 同意: Arcturus
  293. cobandeh4 说:

    You can kneel down in the same position as the police officer and apply little to no pressure on the neck. Try it for yourself. Make sure your right knee is down on the ground and lift your left knee. You can adjust the pressure to the neck area at will.

    • 回复: @vot tak
  294. @Rurik

    The same way Muhammed Ali and other heroic war resisters did in the Vietnam war era, for example. Or the same way that Pablo Paredes, Kevin Benderman, Ed Snowden, Chelsea Manning and a handful of others have done since then. We were all subject to the same malign influence that seeks to brainwash and corrupt us but the fact that some of us have rise above it takes away all the excuses from the masses of those who choose to go along, IMO.

    OK, fair enough, but would you condemn a man for being stupid? Gullible?

    I’m sure many people know the score, and are too cowardly or corrupt to oppose it.

    But how many Americans are just utterly ignorant- specifically lied to (relentlessly) by clever manipulators?

    You would probably disagree with me on this, but I don’t in general see blind obedience to the state (for example) – particularly as it involves the unjust treatment of other sentient creatures – as an issue of “ignorance” and/or “stupidity”; I see it as a moral failing. IOW, I believe that most people who treat others in a way that they themselves would not like to be treated, actually understand – at some level of consciousness – that what they are doing is wrong.

    “J0hn Hagee should, (and if there’s a God, will burn), but what about his gullible sheep?

    They go around quoting the Bible, because they believe, as their parents (and grandparents and entire communities and families and friends and neighbors), that a belief in the Bibile is what makes you a good person. And they want more than anything, to be a good person. Is it their fault if sinister scumbags convince them that being a good person means supporting Israel, no matter what? Because ‘god loves Israel’, blah, blah, -hurl- blah..

    They’re stupid, gullible and easily manipulated, but are they evil?”

    So I suppose the question can be restated as: Is it possible for a person to do evil acts without actually being an evil person? (Or something like that).

    I think it’s possible in certain circumstances, but not in general; e.g. a young child watches cartoons where one of the characters gets killed but comes back to life, and then shoots and kills a playmate with a gun carelessly left accessible to him.

    Referring to the Book of Genesis, Adam and Eve were punished for their sin, even though Satan had “beguiled” Eve (who then convinced Adam to disobey God); so apparently they were held responsible for allowing themselves to be deceived and manipulated.

    “I’ve often brought up Pat Tillman and Jessica Lynch as examples of honorable Americans, who were duped into believing America was good, and our wars, (especially after ((9/11))), were necessary. When Tillman figured out that the wars are a crock, he wasn’t happy, (because he was an honorable man), and so they put three bullets into his forehead at close range.

    Tillman could be a metaphor of our times. We’re born and raised to believe in ‘America’, and being honorable, we conduct ourselves accordingly. Then one day we realize it’s all a rotten crock of ((lies)).”

    I agree about Tillman. Although I don’t know all the details I tend to see him as a rare exception to the rule, similar to Gen. George Patton, Kevin Benderman, Pablo Paredes, Camilo Mejia, etc.

    As I see it, you’re one of the more intelligent, more reasonable people here, and to the extent we disagree about anything, you at least seem to hold your stated views in good faith.

    Anyway, here is my view of the big picture: We are ruled by a Satanic cult that seeks to rise to the top of the world by “worshiping Satan” (or giving “worth” to evil; i.e. using evil as a tool to bring everything and everyone else down). IOW they seek to do to us what Satan did to Eve (and indirectly, to Adam). So they must deceive, corrupt and manipulate us. They now have almost total control over the U.S. because we have allowed ourselves to become so corrupt.

    • 回复: @Rurik
  295. “Anyway, here is my view of the big picture: We are ruled by a Satanic cult that seeks to rise to the top of the world by “worshiping Satan” (or giving “worth” to evil; i.e. using evil as a tool to bring everything and everyone else down).’

    You do realize that the issues in play were created, endorsed and supported by my side of the aisle. It has been the good conservative christians that endorsed excessive behavior by the police as a means f reigning in the unwanted and unwashed blacks. It has been my side of the aisle that supported denying blacks access to work, blocking access to the systems we take for granted.

    The hypocrisy of slavery and jim crow practices north and south . . . i.e. banking and financial practices that denied even qualified black citizens from obtaining opportunities to move beyond the lot set aside for them by the same

    “god fearing christians”

    Satan need not apply. It does not make blacks wholesale saints, but we have been on and on about civil liberties being the work of Satan attributing this to blacks when in fact, it has been whites that have abused the civil liberties wagon for all things bizzaree

    再次

    black guy: fighting for the right to walk down the street minus being suspect and getting rousted

    white guy: fighting for the right to have relations with another guy in a public bathroom and now becoming a woman so he can use the woman’s restroom.

    -----
    There is a satan and he certainly is at play, but before we get to him, I have to look in the mirror before a demanding God — who’s repeatedly noting justice and fair play as his concern.

  296. vot tak 说:
    @cobandeh4

    No doubt you are an expert of gay sm practices, but your freakshow doesn’t apply here.

  297. @Katrinka

    你需要弄清楚你的事实。

    I would agree, but he can’t get any facts straight until he actually has some facts to work with. This troll posts strings of nonsense that he snatches from TV news sources and commenters on Huffpo.

  298. @Tucker

    I disagree. Those ain’t toes that they are sucking on.

  299. Corvinus 说:
    @Harold Smith

    “For example, when Trump ordered…”

    Haven’t you been paying attention? Whenever his subordinates bring up legitimate reasons NOT to follow those orders, or conduct investigations into his affairs, those individuals are summarily replaced for being “disloyal”.

    “So according to you, white people are morally incompetent because they’re white?”

    That is according to YOU, not me!

    “what good is a “solution” to people (e.g. you) who refuse to acknowledge the fundamental problem in the first place? ”

    The reality is that people like me–normies–have not only recognized those fundamental problems, but have solutions. Perhaps after November those plans can be put into motion without obfuscation.

    “In a sense my “special insight” is a “gift” from you and your ilk. It’s only “special” relative to the benighted masses who could also have it but volitionally reject it.”

    You don’t have “special insight”. The masses possess that same skill you do.

    “Over 65 million Americans voted for mass-murdering war criminal Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.”

    Completely flawed candidate? Yes? Mass-murderer? Not sure about that.

    But now that he has shown himself to be a psychotic, psychopathic, mass-murdering war criminal, I cannot vote for him.”

    对你有好处!

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    , @vot tak
  300. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Corvinus

    I worked in diagnostic imaging before CT scans existed, and participated in more carotid angiograms that I could ever count. My links were the simplest to show that there are more arteries into the brain than ‘Magic Bullet’ Baden seems not to know about, and how the Circle of Willis “equalizes” blood flow to the brain.
    No, I´m not a doctor, but I had to understand anatomy and physiology in order to do the job.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  301. geokat62 说:

    … unintended consequences?

  302. @Corvinus

    “Haven’t you been paying attention? Whenever his subordinates bring up legitimate reasons NOT to follow those orders, or conduct investigations into his affairs, those individuals are summarily replaced for being ‘disloyal.’”

    Paying attention? I personally lost a high paying job and career for refusing to participate in an illegal government scam. I now drive an old car but I can look at myself in the mirror.

  303. Corvinus 说:
    @Curmudgeon

    “I worked in diagnostic imaging before CT scans existed, and participated in more carotid angiograms that I could ever count.”

    LOL, anyone can say anything on the Interwebs. Again, if you have the credentials to contest his findings, why don’t you offer to help out the defense attorneys pro bono?

    “more arteries into the brain than ‘Magic Bullet’ Baden seems not to know about, and how the Circle of Willis “equalizes” blood flow to the brain.”

    Have you performed an autopsy before? No, that’s right, you’re NOT a doctor. So quit trying to fling poo to the wall and hope it sticks…

    • 回复: @the shadow
    , @Curmudgeon
  304. vot tak 说:
    @Corvinus

    “The reality is that people like me–normies”

    This is guardianista chutzpah.

    • 回复: @Corvinus
  305. the shadow 说:
    @Corvinus

    You are the moron. From Atlas of the Human Body : “The two vertebral arteries passing the back of the neck join to become the basilar artery, which connects with the internal carotid artery from the front of the neck to form the cerebral arterial ring 被称为 威利斯圈子设立的区域办事处外,我们在美国也开设了办事处,以便我们为当地客户提供更多的支持。“

    So another know nothing fool exposes himself.

  306. Corvinus 说:
    @vot tak

    “This is guardianista chutzpah.”

    No, more like hate fact. Normies are the key to things. Best figure out how to recruit us. You know, for “joining together to eradicate the zionist power configuration/new world order oligarchy running the west”. Are you capable of running the show to ensure that this goal comes to fruition, or are you yet another arm chair warrior that populates this fine blog?

    • 巨魔: vot tak
  307. TheBoom 说:

    PCR, like your columns and glad to see one with not only comments but also your rebuttals.

  308. Anon[259]• 免责声明 说:
    @Farrakhan.DDuke.AliceWalker.AllAgree

    Do you really believe the shit you write ?

  309. Rurik 说:
    @Harold Smith

    particularly as it involves the unjust treatment of other sentient creatures – as an issue of “ignorance” and/or “stupidity”; I see it as a moral failing. IOW, I believe that most people who treat others in a way that they themselves would not like to be treated, actually understand – at some level of consciousness – that what they are doing is wrong.

    I love it that you wrote ‘sentient creatures. Because I feel the same way about how humans treat our fellow sentient creatures- with such shockingly callous cruelty. Like for instance the dogs in Asia, being on occasion cooked while they’re still alive. Or having their bones broken while alive, to ‘enhance the flavor’. Just writing that, breaks my heart.

    I’m not a vegan, and I eat meat, but I would never treat a fellow sentient creature with cruelty. They 感觉,就像我们一样。

    [更多]

    Do people who boil and then flay cats while they’re still alive, understand that the cat suffers?

    “At some level of consciousness – [do they understand] ‘that what they are doing is wrong’?

    I don’t know the answer to that question.

    Gen. George Patton, Kevin Benderman, Pablo Paredes, Camilo Mejia, etc

    .
    Bowe Bergdahl..

    In the US army you are cut down for being honest … but if you are a conceited brown nosing shit bag you will be allowed to do what ever you want, and you will be handed your higher rank … The system is wrong. I am ashamed to be an american. And the title of US soldier is just the lie of fools. … The US army is the biggest joke the world has to laugh at. It is the army of liars, backstabbers, fools, and bullies. The few good SGTs are getting out as soon as they can, […] I am sorry for everything here. These people need help, yet what they get is the most conceited country in the world telling them that they are nothing and that they are stupid, that they have no idea how to live …

    Yet, they are too few.

    I remember talking to my sister once, and she said something like ‘if everyone thought like you, who would fight in our wars?’

    我说 ‘Exactly!

    and to the extent we disagree about anything, you at least seem to hold your stated views in good faith.

    Takes one to know one, and the other stuff too. Thanks.

    We are ruled by a Satanic cult that seeks to rise to the top of the world by “worshiping Satan” (or giving “worth” to evil; i.e. using evil as a tool to bring everything and everyone else down). IOW they seek to do to us what Satan did to Eve (and indirectly, to Adam). So they must deceive, corrupt and manipulate us. They now have almost total control over the U.S. because we have allowed ourselves to become so corrupt.

    My Big View of it all, is somewhat more secular, but the point is the same.

    Whether it comes from the Netherworld, or a Satanic force, or if it’s just the ooze from our primordial nature taking the reins of our vaunted cerebral cortex, Larry Silverstein’s actions are just as benumbing in their psychopathic, self-serving .. well, I don’t even have words to describe what I think of Silverstein and his cohorts.

    Lazar Kaganovich, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Salomon Morel…

    Yes, there are psychopaths so demented, that there doesn’t seem to be words to describe it. 撒旦的 works, or demonic, if we’re using Biblical terms. But psychopath doesn’t quite flesh out just how evil these people are.

    And ‘the people’ who allow these monsters to cause so much harm and suffering in their names..

    I don’t know, Harold Smith.. quite how to wrap my brain around it.

    My dad served in the Pacific theater during The Big One, and his take on the bomb, was that ‘these people didn’t even have a word for surrender in their language’. And that without the bomb, they would have had to take every inch by losing untold lives (from both sides), in a horrific, grinding battle upon battle.

    The Japanese were known to cut off U.S. soldier’s genitals, sow them in their mouths, and then send the pitiable victims back to the horror of their fellow soldiers. There was the Japanese Unit 731, and things done to human beings that staggers all comprehension.

    How do we assign morality, when both sides seem utterly devoid of any semblance of humanity.

    The U.S. also dropped fire bombs on civilians in Germany, with the deliberate intention of burning women and children alive, en masse, by the hundreds of thousands, even after the war was effectively over.

    I don’t have the answers. All I can do is practice my humble attempts to spread the truth, and the truth is all our current wars are all based on zio-lies, and that if people knew the truth, then the Eternal Wars would be more difficult to sell in their media.

    We’re like the Charles Lindberghs of our day, and simply trying to point out that we’re all being lied to, so that a small group of people can use us infamously and grotesquely to express their ‘Satanic, psychopathic, monstrous, twisted and evil id on the planet, while causing as much suffering and misery as their ill-gotten lucre can purchase.

    We are a civilization being ruled by the John Gacys of the world, because it’s the pure psychopaths that gravitate towards power, for its own sake. Orwell understood it. I dare say so did Hitler. He tried to fight it using tanks and soldiers, and it seems you can’t fight this kind of evil, that lurks in the dank places of mediocre men’s souls. And most men, are mediocre and envious and cruel. Alas.

  310. @Paul Craig Roberts

    Hennepin medical examiner classifies George Floyd’s death as ‘homicide’
    https://www.startribune.com/medical-examiner-classifies-floyd-s-death-as-homicide/570918792/

    [...]

    Little has been publicly released about how the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office came to its conclusion on Floyd’s cause of death.

    [...]

    MG

  311. geokat62 说:

    The bigger picture…

    摘录自 What the Data Say About Police:

    We didn’t find racial differences in officer-involved shootings. Our data come from localities in California, Colorado, Florida, Texas and Washington state and contain accounts of 1,399 police shootings at civilians between 2000 and 2015. In addition, from Houston only in those same years, we had reports describing situations in which gunfire might have been justified by department guidelines but the cops didn’t shoot. This is a key piece of data that popular online databases don’t include.

    No matter how we analyzed the data, we found no racial differences in shootings overall, in any city in particular, or in any subset of the data.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/what-the-data-say-about-police-11592845959

  312. Curmudgeon 说:
    @Corvinus

    Have you performed an autopsy before?

    Depends what you consider “performed”.
    I did films on corpses to find bullet fragments, and dentals on burn victims (and other’s) for ID. I X-Rayed remains in a cardboard box crawling with insects, looking for old bone fractures that might ID the remains. It’s all part of an autopsy.
    I was present at several post mortems, where they were looking for films to verify the cause of death for patients, including the removal of both lungs to be injected with a radio opaque liquid to check for clots. Today’s imaging is very, very different. It’s not a knock on today’s practitioners but the technology has shifted the focus of the knowledge needed and used, and it is much more automated.

  313. I think the whole thing is a HOAX. Watch these two videos and see if I am right:

    Watch the arrest:

    park police shows up and opens door at 2:56
    at 5:12 they walk to the other side of the street
    at 5:27 park police parks on other side of the street

    watch park police video:

    park police opens door at the beginning of the video 0:01. — (match to 2:56 on other video)
    park police circles around and gets out at 1:20 (5:27 on other video)
    ambulance shows up at 3:30

    Thus the AMBERLAMF arrives when George Floyd has only been on the other side of the street for between 2 and 3 minutes, which is significantly LESS than 8:46 seconds.
    This is because the whole thing was a HOAX.

  314. aandrews 说:

    The lengthy transcript of the police encounter with George Floyd has been quietly released. Among other things it reveals that Floyd complained that his “face is gone” before an attempt was made to put him in the police car, which he rejected and asked to be placed on the pavement (also in the transcript).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wK5JCRjgKz8&feature=youtu.be&t=2660

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