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Friday, December 3, 2021

Always The Wrong Threat Narrative

Victim narratives were discussed here a year ago this month; everybody has one, including you, even if you think you don’t. A victim narrative is a way of telling your story, the story of your family, your nation, etc, as always being held down. Everybody is to blame except you. The opposite of a victim…

Report: Murders Rise 16% Across Major U.S. Cities in 2021

Murder has increased 16 percent across major U.S. cities during the first half of 2021 when compared to the same period in 2020, and by 42 percent when compared to 2019, according to a Thursday update to the Council on Criminal Justice’s (CCJ) pandemic crime report. There were 259 more homicides in the first half of…

Democrat-Run Cities Burned Last Summer. Now It’s A Summer Of Violence

Democrats welcomed crime last summer when cities burned following the death of George Floyd. Defund the police activists encouraged officials to adopt soft-on-crime policies, and the cities that did so are now being forced to deal with record-high violence and lawlessness. As cities burned during the summer of 2020, Democrats downplayed, dismissed, or outright encouraged…

The Real Tragedy Of George Floyd

Apart from the lunatic fringe and Colin Flaherty, the world and his dog is in agreement that George Floyd should not have died lying handcuffed on a Minneapolis street with a police officer’s knee compressing his neck in May last year. Few though have considered how he got there. Broadly speaking there are two explanations:…

Derek Chauvin And Ronnie Oneal Both Sentenced

On Friday, in a Florida courtroom, a clearly guilty and deranged Ronny Oneal was given a sentence of life without parole by the jury, while in a Minnesota courtroom, former police officer Derek Chauvin was given a heavy sentence by the judge. Both sentences were delivered live on YouTube. These two cases could hardly be…

Hollywood Celebrities Erupt After Derek Chauvin Sentencing: ‘F**k You Derek.’ ‘22.5 Years Is Not...

Hollywood celebrities sounded off on Friday following former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin being sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd. “22.5 years is not long enough,” lamented left-wing activist and actress Alyssa Milano. “Fuck you Derek,” said Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and Dune star Dave Bautista. 22.5 years is not long enough. —…

CNN’s Van Jones: Chauvin Sentencing a ‘Punch in the Gut’ — ‘This Is Not...

CNN contributor Van Jones reacted with emotion Friday on “Newsroom” to the 22-and-a-half year sentence of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. Discussing how with good behavior, Chauvin is likely to serve closer to 15 years, Senior legal analyst  Elie Honig said, “Justice is imperfect. This is a serious sentence. Derek Chauvin will be in…

‘Not Just Black Lives Matter, All Lives Matter,’ Says George Floyd’s Brother After Chauvin...

George Floyd’s brother delivered a message of unity after the Friday sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. “I just want to reiterate: not just black lives matter, all lives matter,” Philonise Floyd said while speaking outside the courthouse after the hearing concluded. WATCH: “We need to stand up and fight. Can’t get comfortable…

BLM Protester Sues Police After Injuries From Tear Gas Grenade

A protester at a Black Lives Matter march sued the New Orleans Police Department after she was allegedly injured last year during demonstrations that followed the death of George Floyd, according to the Associated Press. Katharine Archer claimed to have suffered injuries to the head and tailbone which came from the ensuing fall after she…

“Statue Wars: One Summer in Bristol”

Although not totally worthless, this nearly hour long documentary is an excellent example of the BBC’s left wing bias and propaganda. In 1895, a statue of Edward Colston was erected in Bristol. Colston was Member of Parliament for Bristol from 1710 to 1713, but more significantly he had been a member of the Royal African…

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