The entire world, or at least the vast majority of individuals who have seen the infamous video of George Floyd expiring on the pavement under the knee of a white police officer, seems to have concluded that this murder was a racially motivated killing. At least, that is the media narrative that has been pushed from the instant that this video went “viral” on social media the world over.
But, was it? Was this killing the act of a man who was motivated solely or primarily by racial hatred and related blood lust? Or, could this killing have been an act committed by a personal enemy of Mr. Floyd, whose motivations for killing had nothing to do with race? In your mind, consider if the police officer was not a police officer. Then this crime would be that of a white man killing a black man. (And, if this were the case, there likely would not have been the violence in the streets that we have experienced now for several days and nights.) Immediately, many folks would think that it was a racially motivated hate crime. But, perhaps these individuals, long known to each other, were serious enemies for other reasons that had nothing to do with race or bigotry or prejudices.
This widely accepted, media narrative has bothered me from the start. Why? Because it seems very odd that a police officer of many years service and experience, who had had multiple prior opportunities to kill a black suspect, but had not, would kill in broad daylight while he was looking into a cell or Iphone camera. Given the common knowledge in the US as to how people of color and various pressure groups (such as BLM) would react, and the fact that he knew his actions were being caught on camera so that he would not get away with his act of wanton murder, why did he continue crushing the life out of Mr. Floyd?! Does that not strike you as odd? (This officer may quite possibly be murdered in prison in the future.)
We may never know the full truth of this case. If it goes to a criminal trial rather than ending in a plea bargain deal, more critical facts and factors in this case might come to light. But, I cannot help but think there is more to the motivations of the police officer than is publicly known now. From some posts online, it does indeed appear that these men were known to each other, and had been so for some years now. There may have been some very bad, ill will between them that has not yet come to light.
The potential false flag here is to reflexively blame “racism” on the part of white police officer(s) for this murder. The murder occurred, yes. Mr. Floyd is dead. But, we cannot definitively say (with any confidence) that he was killed from racially motivated hate. There may indeed be other critically important factors. A false flag operation is when other actors (parties) or other motives than the true ones are blamed for the act(s) that occurred.
The media is only interested in stirring the pot, or rather turning up the heat to create a media circus. It does not matter to these folks that they have fanned the flames of racial animosity and stoked the violence gripping many of the nation’s cities now. And, we must note here that the people that will bear the heavy price for the arsons, the trashing and looting of stores and businesses in the inner cities are the poor working class blacks and Latinos who reside in those inner cities. The black criminals and the white and black anarchists perpetrating this destructive violence and mayhem do not care for black lives or for anything.
The “progressive” stupid ass white liberals in the mayor offices and governor mansions of these states where the violence is not being quelled have blood on their hands, and are big freaking hypocrites.
We give credit to, and applaud the black mayors of Atlanta and Denver who have early on publicly condemned this senseless violence and destruction.
Just some food for thought.
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