The death of George Floyd demonstrates the inherent anti-white racism of the Left and the mainstream media

White policeman Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of George Floyd

White policeman Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of George Floyd

The media’s narrative twisted for political purposes
The killing of George Floyd has been touted by the mainstream media and assorted Leftists as a terrible example of “racism” in America — which just goes to show the prevailing bias entrenched in those two groups, as the incident had nothing to do with racism.

There were four policemen present at the killing of Floyd; two were white, one was Asian (of Hmong ethnicity), and one was mixed-race (Nigerian father, white mother). Derek Chauvin, a white cop, knelt on Floyd’s neck, whilst the other three did nothing to stop him; in fact, two of them knelt on Floyd’s torso and legs, whilst the Asian policeman (Tou Thao) stopped concerned bystanders from interfering.

As it turns out, Chauvin wasn’t a racist; indeed, he had an Asian wife (an immigrant from Laos) — if he was a “racist”, then clearly he wasn’t going the right way about it.

Asian policeman Tou Thao blocked attempts from passers-by to help George Floyd

Asian policeman Tou Thao blocked attempts from passers-by to help George Floyd

The “racist” slant put onto the killing was a load of garbage. The “cry wolf” shout of “Racism!” is simply a tactic used by the Left and the mainstream media to shape matters to fit into their shared anti-white narrative.

When the police arrested George Floyd, he refused to get into the police car, and a struggle ensued. He had to be restrained — although, kneeling on somebody’s throat to “restrain” them is way out of order. He wasn’t knelt upon because of the color of his skin; it happened because of terrible policing methods and bad police attitudes (something which occurs in all countries, irrespective of skin colour).

What the killing of George Floyd was all about was bad policing — something which is apparently becoming more rampant in recent years (although it may be that such a perception is more to do with the modern prevalence of video cameras in mobile phones enabling the rise of recorded cases of police misbehaviour).

Problematic behaviour
Police have to do a hard job and they fulfill an important function in the community; therefore, their work often earns them the respect of social conservatives — however, that respect has to be earned and maintained; their role in the justice system shouldn’t be regarded as carte blanche to do whatever they want or to behave like arrogant petty tyrants.

Three policemen kneeling on George Floyd

Three policemen kneeling on George Floyd

Problematic behaviour by the police is being revealed more and more. They handcuff people and then place their body weight upon them, sometimes causing death by asphyxia; they use tasers in situations where such use of force is not warranted, sometimes causing death by heart attack; they use chokeholds to subdue suspects, even when doing so is unnecessary, sometimes causing death by strangulation.

Police behaviour can also be problematic in less lethal ways. They can escalate situations from a benign level to an aggressive one; they put on attitudes which rev up citizens and create conflict, often leading to arrest (i.e. the police create crimes); they use pepper spray against peaceful and passive citizens (usually protestors), even when doing so is against police guidelines; they abuse their authority by conducting searches without warrants (sometimes using very flimsy “prima facie” excuses); the list goes on.

Whites and non-whites involved in the killing of George Floyd: Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Keirnan Lane, Tou Thao

Whites and non-whites involved in the killing of George Floyd: Derek Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Keirnan Lane, Tou Thao

It’s not racism
It seems that police often abuse their authority by using excessive force — and they do it against both blacks and whites. This is not a problem of “racism”, it’s a problem of bad police, or bad police methods.

The mainstream media love to smear as “racism” anything terrible which happens to blacks; however, when the same thing happens to whites, no such labels are attached. If you’re black and are mistreated by the police, you can be awarded martyr status by the Left; if you’re white and are mistreated by the police, the Left don’t really care.

The only “racism” related to the killing of George Floyd is the fact that the media and Left are blaming the incident on “white racism”, and that they are using this tragedy as a means of furthering their poisonous anti-white narrative.

Opportunistic rioting
The Left has been waiting for this sort of incident as an excuse to riot in the street, often using the cover of larger protests to get away with their activities. The Left aren’t actually interested in people being killed by police — what they are interested in is fomenting trouble against “the white capitalist patriarchy”, and using the opportunity as a way to gain recruits.

The riots have also provided a great excuse for low-life scum to go out and loot stores, and to steal liquor, luxury goods, and anything else that they can carry away. The behaviour of such people has nothing to do with “racism” and everything to do with stealing.

As an aside, video footage of the looting has been showing a disproportionate number of looters are black — they’re not doing much to dispel anti-black stereotyping. The worst irony of the riots is that some of the businesses which were smashed up and looted were owned by blacks, trying to get ahead in the world; for some of them, it could mean their financial undoing.

For criminal looters (mostly black), the death of George Floyd was an excuse to steal; for the radical Left (mostly white), it was an opportunity to push their agenda and promote their political goals. Neither of those groups really give a damn about George Floyd, but they’re more than happy to shout “Black Lives Matter!” as they seek to enrich themselves, either financially or politically.

Criminal looters are opportunistic thieves; Leftist radicals are opportunistic troublemakers; all of them are hypocrites.

White Lives Don’t Matter
Where were the Left when Nicholas Dyksma had his neck knelt upon by the police until he died?

Where were the Left when Tony Timpa was knelt upon by the police until he died?

Where were the Left when Justine Damond was shot down by a policeman?

The Left didn’t arrange nationwide campaigns; there was no rioting in the streets. The Left didn’t really care — because the victims were white.

Killed by police: Nicholas Dyksma

Killed by police: Nicholas Dyksma

Nicholas Dyksma
Nicholas Dyksma was a young white man who fled from the police in his car.

He was finally stopped, tasered, handcuffed, and had his neck and back knelt hard upon by some burly police officers.

Dyksma died.

But the Left didn’t riot — because he was the wrong colour.

Killed by police: Tony Timpa

Killed by police: Tony Timpa

Tony Timpa
Tony Timpa was a white man who suffered from schizophrenia. He was in some trouble, being off his medication, and so he called 911 for help; instead of dispatching an ambulance, they sent the police.

When the cops arrived, they put Timpa on the ground in the prone position, his wrists were handcuffed and his ankles were zip-tied, and a policeman knelt down hard upon his back, whilst Timpa’s face was pushed into the grassy ground. The group of police, including both black and white officers, stood around and watched while he died.

After Tony breathed his last breath, a death rattle escaped his lips, and the police all laughed at him, saying he had gone to sleep and was snoring. Oh, how they laughed and laughed.

The authorities even tried to cover up the incident by refusing to release the police body camera footage (they hid it from public view for three years), but eventually they were overruled by a judge.

The bastards murdered Tony Timpa, but — for the police — it was just another case of “We investigated ourselves and found that we did nothing wrong”.

Again, the Left didn’t riot — because he was the wrong colour .

Killed by police: Justine Damond

Killed by police: Justine Damond

Justine Damond
Then there’s the case of Justine Damond, a white woman killed by a black policeman. She called the police for help; then, when the police arrived, she approached the police car to talk to the officers, whereupon a black policeman (Mohamed Noor), supposedly scared by her sudden appearance, shot her in the stomach, and she subsequently died. Thankfully, in this case, the policeman was convicted of murder.

However, when the incident happened, there was no rioting by the Left — because she was the wrong colour.

A headline in the media about the death of Tony Timpa

A headline in the media about the death of Tony Timpa

Bad policing methods
The killing of George Floyd by kneeling on him wasn’t the first time that the police had killed someone by using that method of restraint. As noted above, Nicholas Dyksma and Tony Timpa were killed by police kneeling heavily upon them.

Pushing someone’s face into the ground whilst kneeling hard upon their back will compress the victim’s chest, making it hard to breathe, whilst kneeling on the victim’s neck will compress their throat and airway; either method can cause death by asphyxiation, whilst the kneeling on a neck tactic can cause brain death within a few minutes.

What makes it even worse is that the victim will naturally move their body, struggling to get into a position to breathe, which the police may then deem as “resisting” and then apply even more force against them.

George Floyd

George Floyd

Leftist hypocrisy
There has been widespread rioting over the death of George Floyd, with Black Lives Matter activists and radical Leftists running wild in the streets, smashing and burning property.

But why didn’t the Left riot about the incidents involving Dyksma, Timpa, and Damond? Well, it’s because those killings by police didn’t suit their anti-white agenda. As far as the Left are concerned, White Lives Don’t Matter.

When George Floyd died, it was seen as a great opportunity for the Left to riot — because he was the right colour (black) and therefore fitted in perfectly with their anti-white propaganda.

The Left are only interested in cases which fit their anti-white narrative. White people are harassed by the police all the time, but that doesn’t count; it only matters when non-whites, especially blacks, are harassed by the police.

Proportionate policing
The Left claim that blacks are disproportionately targeted by the police, citing statistics which show that, whilst blacks are 13% of the population of America, they are arrested at a much higher rate. At first glance, that may appear to be discrimination — but what the Left deliberately don’t tell you is that blacks commit crimes at a hugely disproportionate rate than whites (young black males are the worst category of offenders). For instance, although blacks are 13% of the US population, they commit a disproportionate amount of murders in the country (about 52%). Black rates of muggings and robberies are also disproportionate. Once you know all that, then it becomes clear that blacks aren’t being disproportionately targeted by the police at all.

It’s worthwhile looking at another example of so-called “disproportionate” policing. Men are disproportionately targeted by the police; even though men are approximately 50% of the population of America, they are arrested at a much higher rate than women. On the face of it, that seems to show police bias against men; however, when you take into account the fact that men commit violent crimes at a hugely disproportionate rate than women, then it’s obvious that they aren’t being disproportionately targeted by the police at all. The same principle applies to how police interact with blacks.

George Floyd

George Floyd

George Floyd, a nasty criminal

Whilst it isn’t directly relevant to the incident in which he was killed, it should be noted that George Floyd had a violent criminal past.

In 1998 he committed a robbery, in which he threatened his victim with a firearm; he went to jail for that crime. He was also convicted in the 1990s for theft and “delivery of a controlled substance”.

Floyd did further jail time for possession of cocaine, having been caught with the drug in 2002, 2004, and 2005. He was also sentenced to jail in 2002 for criminal trespass.

George Floyd spent five years in prison for playing the leading role in a home invasion in 2007, in which he posed as an employee of a water department. When the woman who answered the door became suspicious, and attempted to close the door, George Floyd barged his way in, and threatened her by shoving a pistol up against her abdomen. The rest of his gang (five other black males) then helped him to rob the woman’s home, beating the victim in the process (there were two other people in her home at the time, but whether they were also beaten is unclear). Luckily for her, Aracely Henriquez lived to tell the tale. Thanks to an alert neighbour, the police were able to track Floyd down.

The reason that the police were called to deal with George Floyd on 25 May 2020 was because a shop assistant had reported him for buying cigarettes with counterfeit money. The shop assistant had gone outside to Floyd’s car and asked him to return the ill-gotten goods, but their return was flatly refused. Floyd was reported to be very drunk at the time (his later autopsy also showed the presence of an illegal drug in his system).

It seems that George Floyd hadn’t changed; he had been a user of hard drugs in the past, and he was still a drug user. Whether he was knowingly passing counterfeit currency is a question yet to be determined. However, the fact is that he was a druggie, right up until the day he died.

As a violent criminal and druggie, George Floyd was a menace to society. Whilst he had done jail time for robberies, one has to wonder just how many other robberies had he committed, for which he was never caught. It seems unlikely that he was caught every time he committed a crime. It’s common for druggies to have to steal a lot in order to feed their habit, so it would be likely that he had robbed dozens of people, if not hundreds, over the years (although, as with most druggie criminals, most of his crimes can’t be proven).

Whilst the policeman who knelt on George Floyd’s neck absolutely did the wrong thing in killing him, and should be punished for it, the reality is that society is better off without him. If he had died from a drug overdose, he would have been just another dead druggie, of whom most people wouldn’t have given a second thought.

Considering that his autopsy shows recent methamphetamine use, even though he was out of work, it is possible that Floyd was committing crimes to feed a drug habit — how many robberies had he committed in recent times?

We don’t know how Floyd was funding his drug habit, what his recent crimes were, or how many lives he had ruined. Was he robbing vulnerable people in their homes? Was he mugging victims in dark alleys? Or perhaps he was plucking dollar bills off a magic money tree? Either way, he was definitely back on hard drugs.

Floyd has been referred to as a “gentle giant”, which is one way to put it; however, seeing the hulking frame of a six-and-a-half foot tall black man breaking into your home might just cause you to think of him as a “giant thug” rather than anything else.

The mainstream media and assorted Leftists have been eulogizing George Floyd as some sort of wonderful presence in society, putting him up high on a pedestal, almost elevating him to sainthood; but the fact is that he was a low-life drug-taking criminal scumbag. He was more of a mugger than a martyr.

Unnecessary violence and bad behaviour committed by police should be stopped, as it is a curse upon decent society, but the circumstances of George Floyd’s death shouldn’t blind us to the fact that he was a nasty piece of work, whom we are better off without.

Racism is a major problem
The killing of George Floyd has certainly brought to the forefront the problem of racism in America — except that the problem isn’t police racism against blacks, or white racism against blacks; instead, what has been revealed is the anti-white racism being peddled by the Left and the mainstream media.

In the modern multiracial state, when white police do something bad to someone of a different race, it’s a case of “racism”; when black police do something bad to someone of a different race, it’s a case of “they made a mistake”.

When whites are killed by cops, it’s called bad policing; when blacks are killed by cops, it’s called “racism”. The media’s anti-white narrative is a con, it’s a propaganda trick, it’s part of the constant anti-white brainwashing which has become standard fare in the media’s poisonous daily servings.

The narrative of the Left and the mainstream media is decidedly biased. Isn’t it interesting that when a minority of white police carry out bad policing against blacks, it’s “White racism!”, thereby placing the blame on all whites — but when a minority of blacks commit violent crimes against whites, it’s only about the actual perpetrators. As far as the anti-Westerners are concerned, if something negative happens that can be blamed upon whites, it’s all about collective guilt; however, if blacks are at fault, then it’s all about the individuals.

The Left and the mainstream media are a pack of hypocrites. The mainstream media like to pretend that they’re neutral and unbiased, but that’s a lie. The Leftist-dominated mainstream media constantly push their politics in their newspapers, radio reports, and TV shows; the apparatchiks of the media should not be considered as journalists, but as journalist-politicians.

The biggest racism going on at the moment is the twisting of the narrative to target white people. The agenda of the political Left, and of the Left-dominated mainstream media, is anti-white — they malign white culture, they vilify white heritage, and they demonise white people in general. It’s all connected to their push for white genocide, which they do by supporting Third World immigration and multiracialism. The end goal of their anti-white racism is the demise of white people worldwide — now, that’s real racism.

We need to fight back against the propaganda of the extremist Left, who have taken over our universities, and who have been brainwashing impressionable youth for many decades; we also have to expose the journalist-politicians, who broadcast bias and publish propaganda against our people, and who seem almost incapable of presenting the news in a neutral and unbiased manner.

It’s time to stop the ongoing campaign of demonisation of white people.

It’s time to fight back against anti-white racism.

References and further reading:
Katie Wedell, Cara Kelly, Camille McManus and Christine Fernando, George Floyd is not alone. ‘I can’t breathe’ uttered by dozens in fatal police holds across U.S., USA Today, 14 June 2020
Evan Hill, Ainara Tiefenthäler, Christiaan Triebert, Drew Jordan, Haley Willis and Robin Stein, How George Floyd was killed in police custody, The New York Times, 31 May 2020 (updated 8 July 2020)
George Floyd: What happened in the final moments of his life, BBC News, 16 July 2020
Kelly McLaughlin, Most Minnesota law enforcement agencies ban the neck-pinning maneuver used against George Floyd — but it’s still allowed in Minneapolis, Insider, 28 May 2020 [note: “the maneuver of putting a knee on a suspect’s neck isn’t often taught in police academies anymore, because it is a risky move that can cause brain death in just a few minutes”]
George Floyd’s family sues Minneapolis police officers charged over his death, ABC News, 16 July 2020
Todd Richmond, Who was George Floyd? Unemployed due to coronavirus, he’d moved to Minneapolis for a fresh start, Chicago Tribune, 28 May 2020
Suzanne Ciechalski, Caitlin Fichtel, and Rima Abdelkader, New video appears to show George Floyd on the ground with three officers, NBC News, 29 May 2020
Chris McGreal and Kenya Evelyn, Police officer filmed kneeling on George Floyd’s neck charged with murder, The Guardian, 30 May 2020
Read the transcript of J. Alexander Kueng’s body camera footage during George Floyd call, Star Tribune, 16 July 2020
Tommy Wiita, 3 other former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd death charged, in custody, 3 June 2020 (updated 4 June 2020)
Vincent Barone, Second Minneapolis cop charged over George Floyd’s death freed on bail,, 20 June 2020
Barnini Chakraborty, George Floyd case: Two Minneapolis cops caught on tape have history of conduct complaints, Fox News, 28 May 2020
Haven Orecchio-Egresitz, Derek Chauvin had 16 complaints made against him that were closed with ‘no discipline.’ A former member of the police review board says that’s proof of a broken system, Insider, 30 May 2020
Kim Barker, The black officer who detained George Floyd had pledged to fix the police, The New York Times, 27 June 2020 [note: “Mr. Kueng, whose mother is white and whose father was from Nigeria”]
Bernard Condon, Todd Richmond and Michael R. Sisak, What to know about 4 officers charged in George Floyd’s death, ABC7 News (Orange County, USA), 4 June 2020 [note: “Chauvin’s wife, Kellie, a Laotian immigrant”]
Dana Kennedy, Other 3 fired Minneapolis cops in George Floyd case keep low profile, New York Post, 30 May 2020
Autopsy report shows George Floyd had tested positive for COVID-19, Click2Houston, 3 June 2020 [includes George Floyd’s full autopsy report]
Rhea Mahbubani, George Floyd was killed in a homicide caused by asphyxia due to neck and back compression, an independent autopsy found, Insider, 2 June 2020
Thomas K. Lane, Vantu News [wiki]
Derek Chauvin, Wikipedia
Killing of George Floyd, Wikipedia

Ticking timebomb: Minneapolis cops ‘left 44 people unconscious by using neck restraints in last five years’, The Sun, 2 June 2020
Masood Farivar, Why convicting cops is so difficult, Voice of America, 8 June 2020

Re. George Floyd’s criminal history:
A new start turns to a tragic end for George Floyd, who moved to Minneapolis determined to turn his life around after being released from prison in Texas, Daily Mail, 29 May 2020
George Floyd posed as a water company man to rob a pregnant woman, Classic Hip Hop Magazine, 8 June 2020

Re. Nicholas Dyksma (killed 2015):
Julia Jacobo, Steve Osunsami and Michael Delmoro, Video purports to show deadly encounter between Georgia teen and deputies who used a Taser on him, ABC News (USA), 3 March 2017
Miguel Almaguer, Bianca Seward and Erik Ortiz, Dashcam video shows death of Georgia teen Nicholas Dyksma in fatal police stop, NBC News, 4 March 2017
Chuck Williams, Federal judge finds ex-Harris County deputy used excessive force in 18-year-old’s death, Ledger-Enquirer, 16 July 2018
Tim Chitwood, Ex-deputy is liable for Columbus teen’s excessive force death in 2015, appeals court rules, Ledger-Enquirer, 19 April 2019

Re. Tony Timpa (killed 2016):
Cary Aspinwall and Dave Boucher, ‘You’re gonna kill me!’: Dallas police body cam footage reveals the final minutes of Tony Timpa’s life, The Dallas Morning News, 31 July 2019
Tony Timpa called the police for help. He was off his psychiatric medication and afraid. He cried for help more than 30 times, yelling, “You’re gonna kill me!” An officer killed him within 20 minutes of their arrival, suffocating him in the prone position w/ a knee in his back., Trip Eggert (Twitter account), 31 July 2019
Dallas Police Department (see section “Killing of Tony Timpa”), Wikipedia

Re. Justine Ruszczyk/Damond (killed 2017):
Reis Thebault, Minnesota police officer convicted of murder in fatal shooting of Australian woman who called 911, Washington Post, 1 May 2019
‘I was wrong’: Officer who shot Australian Justine Ruszczyk Damond gets 12 years, The West Australian, 8 June 2019
Reid Forgrave, For Don Damond, George Floyd’s death brings back pain of Justine Ruszczyk’s fatal shooting by Minneapolis police: Fiancé of police-shooting victim feels solidarity, Star Tribune, 6 June 2020
Shooting of Justine Damond, Wikipedia [note: “Damond stopped using her surname Ruszczyk and took the Damond’s family name ahead of their marriage”]

Re. black crime:
Alexia Cooper and Erica L. Smith, Homicide Trends in the United States, 1980-2008Annual Rates for 2009 and 2010, Bureau of Justice Statistics (U.S. Department of Justice ), November 2011, p. 12 [note: “black offenders … their overall involvement as homicide offenders (52.5%).”]
The Color of Crime, American Renaissance

Some other examples of wrongdoings by police and the judicial system:
The ‘shocking’ UC Davis pepper-spray outrage, The Week, 21 November 2011
Police vs. Occupiers: How dangerous is pepper spray?, The Week, 22 November 2011
Allen Arthur and Dave Boucher, Too sick for jail — but not for solitary, The Marshall Project, 15 February 2018
Ryan Briggs and Max Marin, Philly Police identify cops named in hundreds of civilian complaints, City & State Pennsylvania, 9 August 2018
Christian Sheckler and Ken Armstrong, Indiana police officer before punching handcuffed man: “If you spit again, we’re gonna party”, ProPublica, 5 November 2018
Joseph Neff and Keri Blakinger, First came the pandemic, then came the raw sewage, The Marshall Project, 30 May 2020
Katelyn Burns, Police targeted journalists covering the George Floyd protests, Vox, 31 May 2020 [includes videos of police deliberately shooting rubber bullets at journalists and cameramen]
Rhea Mahbubani, NY police commissioner says he’s ‘extremely proud’ of department as videos surface showing officers using excessive force and plowing cars into protesters, Insider, 1 June 2020
Alex Nicoll, Across America, police violently arrested and shot less-lethal rounds at journalists covering George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests, Insider, 1 June 2020
Brutality in Philadelphia yesterday. Officers spraying mace point blank in peaceful protesters faces while they sit still and comply. Disgusting abuse., Linds (Twitter account), 3 June 2020
William Bender, Jeremy Roebuck and Aubrey Whelan, Notorious Philly cop, charged with beating Temple student, has a checkered and charmed past, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 5 June 2020
Justin Carissimo and Audrey McNamara, Louisville passes ban on no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor’s death, CBS News, 12 June 2020
Keri Blakinger and Mike Hixenbaugh, “It was an execution”: Nicolas Chavez was on his knees when police killed him: His father wants answers, The Marshall Project, 19 June 2020
Alain Stephens, The ‘Warrior Cop’ is a toxic mentality: And a lucrative industry, The Trace, 19 June 2020
Alexis Padilla, Finch family and attorney speak out on trial against WPD officer, KSN, 20 June 2020
Liz Sawyer and Libor Jany, Complaints skyrocket over police response to George Floyd protests, Star Tribune, 2 July 2020

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