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George Floyd story

Posted by 73SHARK 6 months ago to News
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Maybe Tucker's on to something here in the first 3 1/2 minutes.
SOURCE URL: https://twitter.com/TuckerCarlson/status/1715465410856841628


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    Posted by $ Commander 6 months ago
    Listen to Vince Ellison, after the 3-1/2 minute mark. This goes to the root.

    This is more personal to me, as I lived 1-1/2 miles from the "incident". I was not present at the time as I had finished my 300 mile move east the last day of March 2020, after 30 years living in this city. I know the politics, economics, power and control plays of this area intimately. Disgusting. This crap goes goes back to the destruction of the Rondo neighborhood in St Paul with the establishment of the I-94 corridor which destroyed a flourishing black neighborhood economy of independence and healthy interdependence.

    Meanwhile Derek Chauvin is recovering from more than 20 stab wounds.

    Here is a 15 minute video that explains the scenario of what we are experiencing on the greater stage, now, and historically. How The Few Control the Many:
    https://www.youtube.com/live/OEkgZtu_...
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    • Posted by tutor-turtle 6 months ago
      Got to love Vince.
      "I am not afraid, I have the Lord Jesus Christ and my 38 revolver"
      "BLM stands for Burn, Loot and Murder"...
      As I've been saying on this platform for 2-1/2 years
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      • Posted by $ Commander 6 months ago
        There were approximately 150 agitators that magically appeared in Minneapolis three days prior the looting and burning.
        This comes from the folks I know .... who live there.
        They disappeared within three days after the "festivities" began. Not even the gangs can place a trace on who and how nor the monies involved. Dealers job is to know who is in the hood. And they're damn good at this.
        This is highly organized behind what is perceived as BLM. My best guess would be in 100 millions financing to pull off the logistics and the silence.
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        • Posted by tutor-turtle 6 months ago
          You can bet your last Central Bank Fiat dollar every one of them are not from your area, probably not even from your state.
          Every time those maggots get arrested, they are from out of state, they are bailed out immediately.
          They have hotel reservations and airfare tickets in-hand.
          When they show up at the target location, vans meet them with riot gear, encrypted communication gear, pallets of new bricks.....
          Ask yourself this simple question: Who has the hundreds of millions of dollars to fund a domestic mercenary army?
          Follow the money and you'll find our modern day Sauron
          Ironically, the name I'm thinking of rhymes with Sauron
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          • Posted by $ Commander 6 months ago
            I adore the Sauron reference.
            Tolkien had much to say. One of the things I've been thinking about is the "Rings" poem.

            “Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, (Three methods of power and control?)
            Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, (Seven continents?)
            Nine for Mortal Men, doomed to die, (Corporate structures or Great Houses/Families?)
            One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne (Central command structure?)
            In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
            One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
            One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them. (The rituals or ceremonies surrounding evil and death?)
            In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.” (We are a fully revenue-funded organization from founding in 2014. To date, we have Partnered with 6000+ enterprises across 20 industries, to deliver precise data and actionable insights in over 10000 projects. Our domain-specific teams of research experts continuously track markets, enabling our clients gain competitive edge through high-quality market intelligence. Source: https://www.mordorintelligence.com/ab...)

            J.R.R. was no dullard regarding what was transpiring. In the same genre, neither were Isaac Asimov or Frank Herbert .... amongst a host of "fiction" writers.
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  • Posted by tutor-turtle 6 months ago
    Saint George: Druggie, thief, liar, home invader, all-around-scumbag.
    No wonder the Left worships this POS!
    If he didn't turn state witness on his own fellow dirtbag home invaders, he would have been doing 5-10 for his last crime, and likely still be alive today.
    Instead, he was on the streets, loaded up with narcotics, when the cops showed up, he ate his stash and OD'd.
    Good riddance.
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  • Posted by $ 25n56il4 6 months ago
    Let me set the story straight. George Floyd was not a poor, uneducated, black man. He was 'adopted' by a very wealthy couple. He was 12 years old. He grew up with everything. He had a college education and entered law school but couldn't pass his exams. The home he lived in was 8,000 square feet with a 4 car garage, a 55,000 gallon swimming pool and his personal bedroom was 200 square feet in size.
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    • Posted by $ 25n56il4 6 months ago
      George couldn't avoid drugs. He even pointed a gun at a pregnant woman threatening her. He was a drug addict. Hopeless. The sweet people who adopted him did not contribute to this. He did it all by himself.
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  • Posted by mccannon01 6 months ago
    Getting out the truth of people like Floyd will make no difference. There's too much emotional and material capital tied up in believing the lie. "Saint" Floyd will plague us for a long long time.

    "Every cop's a criminal and all the sinners saints!" - Rolling Stones, Sympathy For The Devil
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  • Posted by Lucky 6 months ago
    Meanwhile Derek Chauvin-

    Seems that officer Chauvin was not a friendly outgoing popular type, worse, he got a CRT score of 'White', whoops excuse, I mean 'white'.
    Not that it is important to processes used, he is entirely innocent of using any kind of illegal choke hold on Floyd. In fact Floyd's path-report showed he had fatal levels of at least one illegal substance, principally fentanyl.

    Chauvin is the victim of injustice.
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