George Floyd – Black Man Treated Like a Dog by White Policeman in the USA

The FBI is investigating the death of George Floyd, black man who was pinned on the neck by a police officer and later died in custody. Minnesota’s Attorney General Keith Ellison joins The Beat with Ari Melber’s breaking coverage on the latest from the FBI and the protests. While the officers involved have yet to be charged, Ellison argues a “quick arrest” might “make people feel better about justice” it is “important” for investigators to “take the time to make sure that these charges, if they are brought forward, stick.

‘Haunted’: Minnesota Attorney General responds to death and investigation of George Floyd

 

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  • Why would the secretary of defense deny he was in the know about the photo op with Trump posing with the Bible (upsided down though it was).

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  • Good to have made the 1000th comment.

    Michael Pence as well.

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  • Whitehill;

    The first part of your comment above has no merit. It merely vomits a series of clueless lies against Obama.
    The second part about the attitudes of the typical Bajan in metropolitan countries is different in that imho it captures the essence and exact expressions of such bajan attitudes.

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  • PMAMA BY TOMORROW MORNING THE BU HOUSEHOLD WOULD RECOGNISE THAT YOU AS A LIAR!

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  • @whiteHill June 3, 2020 6:24 PM
    Spot on!
    You nailed it.
    Sometimes I wonder if Blacks in America would have progressed more if some of these West Indians remained at home.

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  • @David
    Listening to former President Obama as the blogmaster types is like comparing gold to mud if Trump is the person of reference
    ++++++++++++++++
    The last six months has shown what a dumpster fire the Trump Administration has been and here are the two most recent that have had a profound effect on the country:

    1) The Trump Administration disbanded the Pandemic Office left by Obama that was supposed to be the guardian angel of the population, ensuring that new diseases are flagged and steps taken to minimize the country’s exposure. Result – word of mouth from Chinese authorities on the extent and spread of the virus which has now left 100,000 plus dead in the US

    2) After the death of Michael Brown there were many complaints of the treatment meted out to minorities at the hand of Police departments and the Obama Administration established a task force on policing. This task force was led by a former police Chief in Philadelphia and it produced a report titled 21st Century policing which the incoming Trump administration promptly ignored. Part of the efforts to combat police abuse was “consent Decrees” that permitted the Justice Dept. to monitor police Depts that were noted for abuses but the Republicans were not interested and Jeff Sessions quickly abandoned that policy- result George Floyd.

    In those two examples the Obama Administration left road maps for Trump to follow but we know the rest………

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @Whitehill, you always put together an interesting screed – sometimes quite colourfully so, of course – but help me out here if u can re
    “He has been under a rock somewhere and would now like to come and ingratiate his way back into black lives.” How did you arrive at that conclusion?

    The former POTUS followed protocol (for a while) and allowed current POTUS to do his ting… but this is NOT the first time he has condemned this admin policies… as I recall he spoke up after Philando Castile’s killing and ‘consoled’ the family…he has spoken about the terrible pandemic govt process and otherwise…. Additionally the former first lady has also been reservedly vocal during her book tour and other occasions….. So is it that HE has now reappeared or that you have now decided that he has reappeared!

    Also, what exactly on any scale from incremental to grand would you have wanted the then POTUS to initiate or implement for Black empowerment ….After all, that admin’s almost regime ending fight for the ACA (saved by Justice Roberts) which ostensibly brought millions of disenfranchised Blacks into proper health programs is not grand enough I suppose, nor the actual govt program to give Black youth (men particularly) a resource of deep support with that ‘Brother’s Keeper’ initiative is not incremental enough, I suspect.

    Did you want him to legislate non-racial profiling or to legalize Black affirmative action in academia, on Wall Street and other glass ceiling heights where Blacks are not represented well, or to sign an executive order with solutions to close the wealth-income gap and compensate in ‘reparation style’ all the varied descendants of those Tulsa pioneers who gave their lives in that 1921 race-riot simply for being very successful …Or maybe to sic the Justice Dept on Zimmerman to ensure some conviction.

    Surely, there were things he could have done much better and many he did superbly .. but what are YOUR points on the significant improvements that he REALISTICALLY could have done.

    Just asking bro.

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  • David

    He is a careerist. Sees this going south. He’s been called out by the generals.

    It’s no coincidence that general Mattis came out today as well

    This whole administration has long been a train wreck.

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  • @Pacha

    A pity Christian zealots disagree.

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  • David
    Yes. But a reckoning is coming.

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  • Disgusting Lies and Propaganda TV

    @David BU the more significant part of it is because Mark esper is basically the Minister Over the Armed Forces so he would have thrown serious “interference” to Trump’s maniacal plan to use the military over the governors’ heads. Knowing Trumps’ arrogance and penchant for firing people (a habit probably developed doing too many episodes of The Apprentice) Mark Esper MIGHT be on the receiving end of a “You’re Fired” from Trump

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  • @De Dribbler, if you can’t get by that smooth talking golden mouth spiel, you may not be able to appreciate where I’m coming from. Let me offer you this in response to your query. I was born a few years before JFK’s assassination and like most Barbadians I grew up believing he was some golden boy to the blacks, then I got to America many decades ago carrying the same shit. A few black Americans set me straight; LBJ did more for the blacks than Marilyn’s outside man. That golden voice smooth talking spiel seems to distract most of you.

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  • David
    George Will an arch conservative/columnist is demanding that Trump has to be removed

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  • A live lesson for the house negros whom everyone knows have no commonsense and no clue of what is gong on now nor what has gone on before..

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @David, one has to take the man at his word re “Why would the secretary of defense deny he was in the know about the photo op with Trump posing with the Bible (upsided down though it was).”…. His actions on Commander Crozier, the SEAL Gallagher affair when there were irresponsible breaks by POTUS in the military chain of command suggests that he threads carefully and respects the rule of military control and command. Also, the crazed nature of that photo-op debacle (and the media reporting around why Esper was there) suggests that he was caught off-guard and totally misunderstood how he was being played.

    He facilitates Trump undoubtedly but he has to live beyond this admin…a fellow like Barr is done after this stint so he I expect to do his immoral best to achieve whatever are his final nefarious life objectives.

    Anyhow, the only reason Esper will not be fired is due to the short time line to November and getting someone through the Senate approval… but that said if there are other Senate approved political appointees that this man thinks he can get assigned in that post then it’s good-bye!

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  • ohnJune 3, 2020 1:36 PM

    de pedantic Dribbler
    June 3, 2020 1:19 PM

    1.The number of killings 31+13+42= 86 or 36%, 15% and 48% of killings. Across the breadth of the US – as has been noted here repeatedly- the Afro-American population is ONLY 12%… by very basic analysis that is a open season on Blacks… such is the OUTSIZED difference!

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    … and here is another statistic from the US.

    “It’s important to note that black men commit nearly half of all murders in this country, which is astounding when you take into consideration the fact that they only make up 12-13 per cent of the population.”

    50% vs 12%.

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I’m not even going to check your stats because it really doesn’t matter. It is a vicious cycle, which came first the chicken or the egg. Where were most of the murders committed – in the inner city? Among the disenfranchised, dehumanised and desperate? The oppressed? Happens everywhere and among all races.

    Let’s see if you are smart enough to figure out why!

    Hint – state violence should be somewhere on that list. Angry people are seldom logical and often act out in self-destructive ways.

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @Whitehill, we all grow up and can then can see the forest for the trees… some like you acknowledge that and many don’t… I am about your age dude … and yes, long ago recognized the smooth-talking Kennedy for the playa he was but let’s not quibble on your Obama screed, however…. You didn’t ANSWER the question…. But, be that as it may, let’s correct a bit of misinformation.

    Johnson’s momentous Civil Rights Act was DEEP in the making prior to Kennedy’s assassination… his brother in fact was the one Johnson smartly choose (for political cover, just in case) to complete it’s passsage…. so yes Johnson got the glory and the Kennedy’s the bullets…. so I give them all their due.

    I am no more in ‘love’ or FOOLED by them (nor Clinton another supposed champion of Blacks)… but any righteous Black man who achieves as Barack Obama (MLK, John Lewis, Colin Powell etc) does gets my deep love , grudging admiration, total respect… and criticism where due.

    I didn’t think your specific critique of Pres O was justifed, bro.

    @David Mr.Blogmster… much thanks.

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  • Trump is the commander-in-chief. and cannot break the chain of command. If you do not like his policies resign Obama fired a lot of generals who broke the chain of command.

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  • IT IS AMAZING THAT WE HAVE HEARD NOTHING ON THE MSM ABOUT GEORGE FLOYD’S RECORD!!

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @Lucas, I am not going to get too deep here with you other than to point out your apparent lack of understanding of ‘chain of command’ and too basic management.

    Let me try this. There MUST always be an acceptable process for discipline and NO general, admiral or Commander-in-Chief can usurp the process without bringing it into disrepute. The process MUST play out to allow everyone to accept that justice has been done… at the end of that process the general, admiral or POTUS can use their discretionary power to remove the sanction via pardon, commuting the verdict etc.

    To step into SEAL Gallager military tribunal matter and assert that the man must be made innocent or have his insignia returned is ABSURDLY wrong and ONLY done in bad, authoritarian systems…NOT properly regulated operations which operate under an established code and rule of law….. The general or admirals are answerable to the POTUS …and in simple terms often have a direct reporting chain-of-command to him…..NOT SO anyone below that level.

    That you would conflate that OBVIOUS inappropriate interference with a junior rank’s discipline and the President’s direct right to fire a direct-reporting top military officers says all that is necessary about your proper understanding of management or military best practices or once again this tendency to take STANDARD rules and twist them to fit a ridiculous narrative

    I gone…when scholars step in… I step out… I get illiterate immediately in understanding this high-level analysis 🙂

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  • David
    June 3, 2020 6:43 PM

    Why would the secretary of defense deny he was in the know about the photo op with Trump posing with the Bible (upsided down though it was).

    ++++++++++++++++++++

    Turns out this isn’t true.

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  • Fascist Crier
    We are at a lost. There’s nothing stated here which is knowingly a provable lie.

    All we did was to call for the arrest, trial and summary execution of Adolf Hitler and his second in command Goebels by tomorrow morning.

    We make that call again.

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  • GP
    June 3, 2020 7:54 PM

    JOHN
    you will like this one
    https://renewedright.com/rush-limbaugh-had-one-message-for-a-black-radio-host-that-left-him-speechless/

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    Rush Limbaugh used the third hour of his program for the interview.

    Yesterday I think.

    It was great!!

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  • NYT
    Standing outside the church, which had been damaged and boarded up after days of demonstrations against police brutality, Mr. Trump struck different poses, displaying the book for cameras, ostensibly upside-down at times

    He did say 2 Corinthians when addressing students at Liberty University…….

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  • Donna
    June 3, 2020 8:31 PM

    ohnJune 3, 2020 1:36 PM
    de pedantic Dribbler
    June 3, 2020 1:19 PM
    1.The number of killings 31+13+42= 86 or 36%, 15% and 48% of killings. Across the breadth of the US – as has been noted here repeatedly- the Afro-American population is ONLY 12%… by very basic analysis that is a open season on Blacks… such is the OUTSIZED difference!
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    … and here is another statistic from the US.
    “It’s important to note that black men commit nearly half of all murders in this country, which is astounding when you take into consideration the fact that they only make up 12-13 per cent of the population.”
    50% vs 12%.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I’m not even going to check your stats because it really doesn’t matter. It is a vicious cycle, which came first the chicken or the egg. Where were most of the murders committed – in the inner city? Among the disenfranchised, dehumanised and desperate? The oppressed? Happens everywhere and among all races.
    Let’s see if you are smart enough to figure out why!
    Hint – state violence should be somewhere on that list. Angry people are seldom logical and often act out in self-destructive ways.

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    It is simpler than that, nothing to do with violence.

    Just google African American family structure.

    Here is a WIKI link.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African-American_family_structure

    Look at the graph at the top.

    See if you can understand the trend in Non Marital Birth Rates and if you do you will understand the statistic.

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  • @ de pedantic Dribbler June 3, 2020 9:08 PM

    Were you ever in the military? Truman Fired Douglas MacArthur for going against his wishes in Korea and publicly voicing dissent. I happened to have been in the cadets with high rank. Esper serves at the will of Trump. He was a former army officer. He is not employed by the army and the post he holds is a political one. Truman like Trump is the commander-in-chief.The below article maybe of some interest.

    THIS DAY IN HISTORY
    APRIL 11
    1951
    April 11
    President Truman relieves General MacArthur of duties in Korea
    In perhaps the most famous civilian-military confrontation in the history of the United States, President Harry S. Truman relieves General Douglas MacArthur of command of the U.S. forces in Korea. The firing of MacArthur set off a brief uproar among the American public, but Truman remained committed to keeping the conflict in Korea a “limited war.”

    Problems with the flamboyant and egotistical General MacArthur had been brewing for months. In the early days of the war in Korea (which began in June 1950), the general had devised some brilliant strategies and military maneuvers that helped save South Korea from falling to the invading forces of communist North Korea. As U.S. and United Nations forces turned the tide of battle in Korea, MacArthur argued for a policy of pushing into North Korea to completely defeat the communist forces. Truman went along with this plan, but worried that the communist government of the People’s Republic of China might take the invasion as a hostile act and intervene in the conflict. In October 1950, MacArthur met with Truman and assured him that the chances of a Chinese intervention were slim.

    READ MORE: MacArthur vs. Truman: The Showdown That Changed America

    Then, in November and December 1950, hundreds of thousands of Chinese troops crossed into North Korea and flung themselves against the American lines, driving the U.S. troops back into South Korea. MacArthur then asked for permission to bomb communist China and use Nationalist Chinese forces from Taiwan against the People’s Republic of China. Truman flatly refused these requests and a very public argument began to develop between the two men.
    This looks like the last straw,” a seething President Harry Truman scrawled in his diary on April 6, 1951. Once again the commander of U.S. forces in the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur, had gone public with his differences with the commander in chief over the conduct of the war—this time in a letter to House Republican Leader Joseph Martin.

    Truman thought it nothing less than “rank insubordination,”

    In April 1951, President Truman fired MacArthur and replaced him with Gen. Matthew Ridgeway. On April 11, Truman addressed the nation and explained his actions. He began by defending his overall policy in Korea, declaring, “It is right for us to be in Korea.” He excoriated the “communists in the Kremlin [who] are engaged in a monstrous conspiracy to stamp out freedom all over the world.” Nevertheless, he explained, it “would be wrong—tragically wrong—for us to take the initiative in extending the war… Our aim is to avoid the spread of the conflict.” The president continued, “I believe that we must try to limit the war to Korea for these vital reasons: To make sure that the precious lives of our fighting men are not wasted; to see that the security of our country and the free world is not needlessly jeopardized; and to prevent a third world war.” General MacArthur had been fired “so that there would be no doubt or confusion as to the real purpose and aim of our policy.”

    Citation Information
    Article Title
    President Truman relieves General MacArthur of duties in Korea

    Author
    History.com Editors

    Website Name
    HISTORY

    URL
    https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/truman-relieves-macarthur-of-duties-in-korea

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  • “Mad Dog” Mattis as Trump like to call him is now catching up with Rex Tillerson who called Trump a moron. Of all the Generals who Trump surrounded himself with the only one left is Flynn of “Lock Her Up’ fame and the Consigliere is trying to wipe his slate clean.

    Food for thought the last time US military was called to restore order in a State was California in 1992 in the wake of riots as a result of the jury acquitting the policemen who beat Rodney King.

    Guess who was Atty General of the US then? So, when Trump said he would send troops to States to quell protests guess who was whispering in his ear? Guess who ordered the Police and National Guard to clear the area around Lafayette Park so Trump could get his photo op?

    None other than Trump’s consigliere William Barr.

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @Lucas, what pray tell does my being in or not in the military have to do with understanding command structure!!!

    Do I have to have a womb to understand the stuture and commands of baby making 😂🙏🏿!

    Now, Mr CUO of the outstanding No 3 company (if u were THE CSUO you would have said so, I’m sure … Also tell me what does Truman and Gen MacArthur have to do with this chat??? …. I spoke about the POTUS interfering with discipline at JUNIOR ranks…NOT flag officer rank… THAT is his DIRECT prerogative.

    So I will not argue at cross purposes with you dude.

    If you perceive that Col Banfield (was he at head of Regiment then) could rationally interfere with let’s say your proper and legitimate disciplining of a junior cadet at one of those wondrous joint camps (I presume that was in ur day too, or was it?) and then STILL expect the proper respect and code of conduct after that then I bow to your superior rank… I was never a CUO..😎 .. I did my ting (with high rank, although that sounds noxious 🙃) leading in other less regimented orgs!

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  • GP
    June 3, 2020 7:54 PM

    JOHN
    you will like this one
    https://renewedright.com/rush-limbaugh-had-one-message-for-a-black-radio-host-that-left-him-speechless/

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    Rush Limbaugh used the third hour of his program for the interview.

    Yesterday I think.

    It was great!!

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    I LISTENED TO THIS RADIO INTERVIEW MONDAY IN MY CAR WHEN LEAVING A CLIENT.

    RUSH LIMBAUGH DID NOT LEAVE ANYONE SPEECHLESS HE WAS WAFFLING MOST OF THE TIME AND ASKED THE RADIO HOSTS SEVERAL TIMES IF HE COULD DO A SECOND CALL IN SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE AS SOME OF THE QUESTIONS POSED HE SEEMED NOT PREPARED FULLY INCLUDING WHITE PRIVILEGE AND SUPREMACY.

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  • [James Mattis] The former[Defense] Secretary, who resigned from Trump’s Cabinet, also indirectly criticized current Defense Secretary Mark Esper’s use of the word “battlespace” in reference to American cities.
    “We must reject any thinking of our cities as a ‘battlespace’ that our uniformed military is called upon to ‘dominate,'” Mattis said. “At home, we should use our military only when requested to do so, on very rare occasions, by state governors. Militarizing our response, as we witnessed in Washington, D.C., sets up a conflict—a false conflict—between the military and civilian society.”
    “It erodes the moral ground that ensures a trusted bond between men and women in uniform and the society they are sworn to protect, and of which they themselves are a part. Keeping public order rests with civilian state and local leaders who best understand their communities and are answerable to them.”
    Source: CNN

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    “Trump is the commander-in-chief. […] If you do not like his policies resign “…. That is now true for Def Sec Esper. He is obligated to resign if he is a man of principle.

    He reportedly ordered the 200 active-duty soldiers to barrack closer to the capital “to deal with unrest if needed” early Monday. WHY is this so? Has the president secretly invoked the Insurrection Act and is ready to plunge the nation and world into chaos… is he about to?

    Esper then rescinded that order on Wednesday morning after his much publicized press conference when he said “I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act,” and that he firmly believes that “]the] option to use active-duty forces in a law enforcement role should only be used as a matter of last resort and only in the most urgent and dire situations. We are not in one of those situations right now,”

    How then can he now overturn his dismissal of the original order so completely unless he has had a bran transplant or is merely a puppet of the president and not safeguarding the interest of the US people… The President need not terminate his service … he needs to RESIGN forthwith!

    This is BS of the most extreme…Chicken Little style without the lovely fairy-tale ending!

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  • James Mattis was fired, he didn’t resign.

    According to President Trump.

    >

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  • @David June 3, 2020 11:46 AM “Then again they are Gods chosen people.”

    God does not have any chosen children.

    Nor any outside children.

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  • @Khaleel Kothdiwala June 3, 2020 11:49 AM “You are misleading yourself. The war in Iraq was an instance of international geopolitical maneuvering which as we have seen had far-reaching political and particularly economic impact on the whole world. Waging war on another nation (a volatile one at that in a volatile and economically important region) is quite distinct from the present issue. The government of Barbados is under no obligation to officially comment although they might decide to as time passes. And what the GoB does unofficially in diplomatic confidence will not be known to either you or me until another Snowden comes along.”

    The present issue, as well as the historical issue is that white America has waged war on black people for hundreds of years. The blood of black people is no less precious that the blood of Arab or Asian people. The blood of Christians or non believers is no less precious than the blood of Muslims or of non-believers.

    The Barbados government is dilly dallying.

    The Barbados government needs to speak up when wrong doing is taking place

    Unlike you I bear no allegiance to the BLP nor the DLP.

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  • @Khaleel Kothdiwala June 3, 2020 11:49 AM “what the GoB does unofficially in diplomatic confidence will not be known to either you or me until another Snowden comes along.”

    When you have been arounf town as long as I have you will understand that diplomatic notes are NOT, repeat NOT unofficial communications.

    A diplomatic note conveys a government’s OFFICIAL position.

    Oh yes. And “walls” talk.

    Snowden or no Snowden.

    Lol!

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  • In Europe, We Also Can’t Breathe

    The protests that have flared up across the world in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis are heartening: They are gestures of solidarity and powerful expressions of outrage at the brutality of systemic racism in the United States.

    But, as someone working to raise awareness of police brutality in Europe, watching the hashtag “Black Lives Matter” trend outside the U.S. has also been bittersweet. It made me wonder: Why are people in Berlin, London and Auckland joining in the chorus of “Black Lives Matter” chants, but staying silent in the face of police brutality and racism in their own countries?

    In Belgium, the death of Floyd has sparked more public displays of indignation than any instance of police brutality in our own country. Social media is full of expressions of solidarity, and every major political party has spoken out against the incident.

    Many of the same policymakers who for years pushed for the militarization of our police forces and the criminalization of victims are now jumping at the chance to condemn a particularly egregious example of police violence — because it happened somewhere else.

    Europe is no stranger to police brutality. So why do we fail to show the same anger and willingness to protest when we are confronted with incidents of police violence at home?

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/europe-t-breathe-083030959.html

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  • Piece the Legend and other rebellious opposition members must apologize to our leader Mia Mottley: they called her a dictator. How sad.
    I hereby state that in Barbados the military is not being used against innocent protesters. Nor does the prime minister threaten to shoot on sight. Dictators and despots exist only in the USA, in Central and South America, but not in Barbados.
    Compared to the USA we are a relatively developed country with a peaceful population and a very polite prime minister

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  • De Dribbler, you weren’t fooled by Bill and I would believe Hillary as well, yet you seems to think O was the second coming. were you a middle age to old black woman I might begin to understand your love affair with Obama. Mind you, as an individual and his personal achievements I take my hat off, but as a President, he squandered a golden opportunity. On my list he doesn’t come near the brother Malcolm. Speaking of squandering, I may have done just that with a lady who lives in Baltimore , she said to me your O was the best president. She wouldn’t tex talking to, since I’ve been up there and back and I’m not looking for a green card I was able to invite her to kiss my a…

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  • I think the problem with racism nowadays is more about how people relate to blacks and how much they know black people.

    During the Rodney King riots white people were talking about how these black people were destroying their own communities.

    When Obama became PotUS democrats thought he was cool, Republicans were afraid of his power and portrayed Michelle as a black radical like Angela Davis. Trump and Johnson hated Obama and formed rightwing racist populist networks to corrupt politics.
    America is still racially segregated and whites still do not know blacks personally and socially as friends those that work together do no mix together outside work.
    There is more black culture on TV such as on Netflix and more black music crosses over into white communities nowadays where white children have been fans and are also making same music with blacks.
    In the current protests the next generation of whites and blacks mix more which is reflected in the music and celebrity culture of USA and worldwide. Trump views the blacks protesting now with the same shock and fear that whites looked at Rodney King protests in 1992.
    John Knox epitomises the twisted reasonings of white people where he takes his information from white sources twisted by white minds although his mother looks black and is black or was black. For example a fact that there is 14% black people in America gets twisted by the 66% racist people of the 75% white majority.
    Freedom Crier epitomises the white tropes spammed on the net and has less ammunition available from these protests.

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  • @  D of BU

    can you check your bucket for approval of comments

    thanks

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  • Here is the Timpa case from 2016 referred to in the link from GP.

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  • Looks like a black cop involved in the killing.

    Aug 2010 … OBAMA!!

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  • Seems George Floyd had tested positive for COVID-19.

    He also wasn’t wearing a mask.

    Does this mean his death will swell the COVID-19 statistics?

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/autopsy-report-shows-floyd-had-tested-positive-for-covid-19/ar-BB1505Z9?ocid=spartandhp

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  • John
    Hell you talmbout
    #BLACKLIVESMATTER was formed during Obamas tenure as police killings and racial profiling never stopped and was still carrying on strong

    when blacks were protesting the police killings of black children and grown adults such as
    Walter Scott
    Jermaine Reid
    Philip White
    Eric Garner
    Trayvon Martin
    Sean Bell
    Freddie Gray
    Aiyana Jones
    Sandra Bland
    Kimani Gray
    John Crawford
    Michael Brown
    Miriam Carey
    Sharonda Singleton
    Tommy Yancy
    Jordan Baker
    Amadou Diallo
    Emmett Till etc
    whites like Trump were showing white fear and mixed race blacks and whites like you and blacks like Dr. GP were showing how white minded you are

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  • David
    June 3, 2020 6:43 PM

    Why would the secretary of defense deny he was in the know about the photo op with Trump posing with the Bible (upsided down though it was).

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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  • Donna

    Hope you watched Candace Owens!!

    Makes no sense burying your head in the sand and behaving like an ostrich.

    The facts and figures are there.

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  • Sargeant June 3, 2020 4:04 PM How come the Conservative Gov’t in Britain was preparing to kick out Caribbean Immigrants (Windrush) but is preparing to open the door for Hong Kong residents.

    Because the Conservative government has plans fuh dem. Nuff nuff money will come from Hong Kong with them, along with the business that they work with. Even during the election, the Tories referred to new tax regimes for London.

    They plan to walk away with the Hong Kong business, leaving the Chinese with little.

    This is another reason they are leaving the EU, because they will tell the EU to sod off on tax issues, which they can do, unlike lil places like Barbados.

    If you have read the reports, the Chinese govt is already alarmed about this and are demanding that the UK back off, what a joke. A totalitarian regime telling someone else that it is nothing to do with them, as expected.

    The Chinese and the UK are both after that money and business.

    The UK will get it, none of those investors will leave their money in China, because no matter how you grind it, even if they offer sweets and make promises, they always have control of your money.

    The property developers in London (including those UK MP’s who have money in property) must have jumped to the moon on hearing that announcement. Any property near the centre of London has probably doubled in value overnight.

    Unfortunately for the average UK person, it will be like Toronto and Vancouver, with Chinese and Russian money sending prices into the stratosphere.

    In contrast, the Windrush generation only built the transport system, built the NHS, contributed to the UK over fifty years, but they have no major capital or business to offer the wealthy Tories and developers.

    The Tories are about money, no more, no less.

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  • BAJE
    June 3, 2020 10:41 PM

    GP
    June 3, 2020 7:54 PM
    JOHN
    you will like this one
    https://renewedright.com/rush-limbaugh-had-one-message-for-a-black-radio-host-that-left-him-speechless/
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    Rush Limbaugh used the third hour of his program for the interview.
    Yesterday I think.
    It was great!!
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    I LISTENED TO THIS RADIO INTERVIEW MONDAY IN MY CAR WHEN LEAVING A CLIENT.

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    Glad to see my exhortations are not falling on deaf ears!!

    Rush is great.

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  • Freedom Crier
    June 3, 2020 8:40 PM

    George Floyds record has nothing to do with the incident at hand. He was not resisting arrest, unarmed. Further, if you are intimating that he deserved it, then no, even if there was any criminal matter to be referred, any sentence, any execution of sentence, is for judge and jury, not a group of policemen acting outside of their allowed responsibility.

    What you are propagating would have horrendous impact on any civilised and democratic country.

    However, not surprising as your great hero is himself putting soldiers on the streets to fight unarmed civilians in his own country. A despot if there ever was one.

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  • A movement is gathering momentum.

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  • https://barbadostoday.bb/2020/06/04/time-mottley-condemns-us-over-killings/

    MIa did not do it when she had the opportunity, waited until UK denounced the killing and racism againt George Flloyd, believing no one noticed, still protecting the stinking racism and apartheid in Barbados against her own people, no matter what, too late for her to say anything now, no one wants to hear it, the world knows what she does she and her thiefing dirty social partners, she and her racists have to go. UK threw all their asses under the bus and want no part of them, no one is going down with racist trash, they are now fair game……..at last….she will go down with her racists..

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  • Cuhdear Bajan
    June 3, 2020 11:11 AM @Pachamama June 3, 2020 9:04 AM “And you are obviouly the genuine CRYPTO RACIST living in the open in Barbados.”
    There is nothing crypto about John.John is openly racist.

    Don’t take John so seriously, he has to work hard blogging to earn what he is being paid for it. So expect the continual harping on about democrats and liberals.

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  • The article suggests Caricom is coordinating its response.

    Caricom to respond to Floyd’s killing
    WITH PROTESTS and racial tension heightening in the United States (US) over the death of an unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of police, CARICOM could be adding its name to the list of countries and territories which have officially responded to the systemic racial injustice there.
    Barbados’ Ambassador to CARICOM, David Comissiong, told the DAILY NATION the response had already been drafted and was only awaiting the signatures of the member states.
    He said that as a region which shared ethnic and historic commonalities with the still oppressed minority black community in the US, the development had caused CARICOM to stand up and take notice.
    “There is a draft statement that is now being looked at by all of the member states, so that one unified statement can go out. That work is currently being done. I am hopeful that sometime [today] we will have the agreed
    text of that statement. Suffice to say that the people of the CARICOM and the governments as well, are very concerned about the situation in the US as the Caribbean Community is fundamentally an African, Asian region. The African component of our population made the same journey in the same ship as our African-American brothers and sisters,” Comissiong said.
    He added that since much of the Caribbean diaspora was located in the US, silence was not an option at time when so many sons and daughters of the region were potentially at risk.
    Invested in our people
    “People from the Caribbean have long been migrating to the US of America. So, we have just as many Barbadians or people of Barbadian ancestry living in the US as we have in Barbados itself. We are very much invested in all that happens to our people.”
    The death of Floyd sparked outrage across the world after an eightminute
    video, showing a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeling on his neck while three others stood watch in Minnesota, went viral. Several celebrities, including Barbados’ Rihanna and former US president Barack Obama, have strongly condemned the killing. In 2018, the Caribbean joined St Lucia in mourning after one its citizens, Botham Jean, was killed in his own home by an off-duty police officer in Texas.
    Yesterday, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison upgraded the charge against Chauvin to seconddegree murder and also charged the other three officers involved in the incident, who have all been fired.
    (CLM)

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  • “not a group of policemen acting outside of their allowed responsibility.”

    and as for those drug trafficking, gunrunning minorities and their children and grandchildren who continue to poison the depressed communities generationally because both dirty governments allow them and this government is making sure it continues, yes, we know your children and grandchildren took over the trafficking in Barbados, we even know who you are, your great grandchildren will not be allowed to continue, it ends right here, you filthy, no good, nobody racists and drug runners who have done it for 50 years thanks to weak sell out black face governments….you have to leave too, ticktock.

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  • Africa had a response and protests ready in no time at all….Caricom is not impressing anyone with their slow ass dumb selves….they were waiting to see which way the wind blew and if cousin Boris had not come out, we would have had no response at all, they have NEVER responded before to any racist killings in US by cops, not Breona, not Amaud and those were just LAST MONTH…they think they are saving face now, but every one knows these sell negros for what they are…no good, just like the racists they promote and elevate at the expense of and in front the Black population….they can go to hell…no one wants their response now…..that racism and apartheid they all promote in Barbados will be dismantled just like them..

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  • WURA-War-on-U
    June 3, 2020 6:04 PM I am not sure I agree on Ugandan descended, I have known some and not so. Priti Patel is a special case. You are right that many do not like her in politics. I wonder if she has a screw loose as she comes up with some wild stuff. Probably why some seem afraid of her.

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  • Well..i certainly hope Flloyd infected all of them with the plague, if he had it and it’s not another lie told to demean him…ah go make the minorities in Barbados worldwide famous today, them and their gunrunning and drug trafficking children and grandchildren..

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  • “Probably why some seem afraid of her.”

    there is definitely something very wrong with her, she displays very racist psycho behaviors and not only to Black people.

    The ones Idi Amin identified and deported were really mistreating the Black population in Uganda, he had no choice, i would imagine that not all of them who were born in UK, 1st and 2nd generation…turned out like that freak..

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  • The blogmaster is concerned the Attorney General will not be able to prove 2nd degree murder.

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  • David

    6:43

    And you also have to watch the christian, evangelical, fascists around trump. Trump is not a believer at all. His aims are strictly m a material.
    But he’s such an idiot who could be by christian fascists at the expense of national interests.
    Certainly pence and esper are true believers looking to create an end times scenario.
    And there are many others within the senior ranks of the military industrial complex of the USA
    These evangelical fascist are seeking to take over countries abroad – Ecuador, Brazil. They are infecting Colombia, Venezuela and other countries as well.

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  • @ Crusoe

    Do you expect Ugandan Asians to tell you they do not like blacks?

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  • I am going to be most unpopular for what I am going add: Six months from now, this will be history and things will be back to normal. That is, until some incident happens again and the basis for protest will be over taken as usual by rioting and the burning down of small black businesses by other blacks . This seems to be normal operating procedures in such incidents ,similar to how the Islamists react to any supposed affront to Islam.

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  • @Dr. Lucas

    It is good Rosa Parks, MLK et al were not possessed with your unhealthy cynicism.

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  • “Six months from now, this will be history and things will be back to normal.”

    you are reading this all wrong, you are way too disconnected from your African ancestors

    we always knew that is the main reason the colonial demons were able to prevail for centuries, too many of the African descended were successfully SEVERED from the spiritual powers that would have disallowed all of this….but now those with such powers OUTNUMBER THE POWERLESS.

    …it’s particularly bad with those in Barbados, most of the slaves who were deemed trouble makers when fighting for their freedom and removed from the island escaped that diminishing of self confidence, thankfully, but those who remained…the good slaves, the best slaves and wicked Billie the Goat boasted, were spiritually DESTROYED…you will never regain those powers. That is what makes it so easy to dismantle it all in this era.

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  • Do you remember this, either last year or the year before, they were adamant they were not removing these physical structures of racism, well they are coming down one by one, even in Guadeloupe they are being toppled, all the structures of racism have to go and the dirty rats who try to keep them in existence, right along with them….the one statute of a racist they were adamant and did not want to remove, is GOING..

    Too many blacks cannot even be invited to join any movement to make positive changes, their minds are destroyed and not functioning adequately to make a better world for themselves nor for their current and future generations, but there are tens of millions of us who are quite intellectually capable and we don’t need them, the racists can have them to be used as fodder, we have to give up something to be able to move on and make a better world…they are welcome to them, ah would deliver them myself.

    “RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is expected to announce plans Thursday for the removal of an iconic statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s prominent Monument Avenue, a senior administration official told The Associated Press.

    The governor will direct the statue to be moved off its massive pedestal and put into storage while his administration seeks input on a new location, according to the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to speak before the governor’s announcement.

    The move comes amid turmoil across the nation and around the world over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis officer pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for several minutes, even after he stopped moving.

    Floyd’s death has sparked outrage over issues of racism and police brutality and prompted a new wave of Confederate memorial removals in which even some of their longtime defenders have decided to remove them.”

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  • I have a problem with the 2nd degree murder charge for the racist killer, it states an unintentional murder, giving prosecutors too much wiggle room, because, no it was not, the man was already dead and he continued to press on his carotid artery, it does not get any more intentional than that…but he will have to deal with the consequences of that bullshit charge…when it blows up in his face.

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @Mr Blogmaster that is NOT cynacism … In modern speak it’s merely trolling… as it creates an obvious fiction.

    Six months on is Christmas but in five months there are elections in US… and for the next few months various local primaries or others elections processes will be completed towards that main Nov event.

    It is impractical – regardless of outcome – to conceive that in six months these protests will be simply forgotten news.

    That just makes little practical sense.

    And re ur 2nd degree murder issue… YES… I agree.

    But maybe there is something they know we don’t.

    On its face this fits closer to 3rd degree but these things are all about the sensational… the lawyer for the Flloyd family was calling for 1st degree charges….
    How can this cop be convicted on that charge is difficult to understand but again maybe evidence they know of supports such a charge.

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  • After global uprisings about George Floyd, an Asian fish shop owner in Harlesden, North West London, yesterday called a black customer a nigger and ran after him with a knife. The man had questioned the service.
    Apart from the fact that it confirms everything we say about Asian racism, we cannot allow a business to operate in the heart of the black community when the owner has such contempt for black people.

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  • Mama I am going shopping …can I have some bricks. No Robert things are not going to go back to normal people are getting sick of it. Those that can will move out of the block the burrough the liberal states and let the criminals fight over the crumbs.

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  • Lawson ya fraud, i know like everyone else you saw the police offloading bricks all across US cities to set up Black people, and their racists were handing our bricks to young black men, all caught on camera, but don’t worry, ya will cross that border at some point, ya can’t help yaself….Karma is waiting over there for you.

    apparently there was not even anything wrong with the 20 dollar bill, that is what is being reported, but these things have to happen to expose demons.

    “A longtime friend of George Floyd’s who was in the passenger seat of Floyd’s car during his fatal encounter with a Minneapolis police officer said on Wednesday night that Floyd tried to defuse the tensions with police and in no way resisted arrest.

    “He was, from the beginning, trying in his humblest form to show he was not resisting in no form or way,” said the friend, Maurice Lester Hall, who was tracked down on Monday in Houston, arrested on outstanding warrants and interviewed by Minnesota state investigators.”

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  • Read your last paragraph and see if the logic is a bit puzzling.

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  • It’s Interesting to Note that on 03/05/2020, Dr Don Marshall, head of the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute for Social and Economic Studies (SALISES) at the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) is Talking about Borrowing Money from China in the wake of the Chinese Virus. He wants to Caribbean leaders to Borrow money from the Same People that caused the Collapse of the Economy that he is Referring to and he is saying TO TRUST THE CHINESE A LITTLE MORE AND WE SHOULD GET OVER OUR HANG-UPS FROM COMMUNIST CHINA.

    He talked about China helping a hundred Countries in the world, he OMITTED to say that when you Slack on Re-Payment to the CCP, they take over the Asset that they lent you, including your Ports, which they taken over in the Past. He Omitted to tell you, that the Largest Funder of the IMF is the American Government, but they do not take over your Assets should you Default on Payments. Even when Argentina Defaulted on All of their Loans in the Past, Nobody Owns the Argentina Assets Except the Argentina’s. In other words when you get a Government Lending you money Like China which in Actually means the Chinese Communist Party…They Own You, they Own your Country and you Still have to Pay!

    Dr Don Marshall Cannot see Pass his own Panting (Getting the Loan), he is Using his Influence to Bait Caribbean Leaders to Fall into the Communist Party Trap. This is Not Someone of Influence we Need in our Country and On top of that whenever they Lend money for Building, they Bring All the Building Material and the Labour and All that money Goes Right Back to China. However, you have a Hundred Percent of the Money to Pay Back.

    ENTER COMMIE SING SONG, who is a Known Communist, Ramping up Caribbean Leaders using his title, as the Ambassador of CARICOM, to HELP IN THE FIGHT AGAINST AMERICA IN SOLIDARITY WITH HIS COMMUNIST BUDDIES WHILE LEADING ALL OF WE TO OUR OWN DETRIMENT.

    IN CONNECTING THE DOTS… WHY ARE OUR SUPPOSED LEADERS LEADING US TOWARDS CHINA AND THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY AND AWAY FROM OUR ALLIES?

    IS THE CARIBBEAN ALSO SLATED TO BECOME LITTLE CHINA!!!

    How Africa is Becoming China’s China

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  • ” Six months from now, this will be history and things will be back to normal.”.
    That’s part of the problem. What some consider as normal , others sees as a life and death situation.

    “Too many blacks cannot even be invited to join any movement to make positive changes, their minds are destroyed and not functioning adequately to make a better world for themselves nor for their current and future generations, but there are tens of millions of us who are quite intellectually capable and we don’t need them, the racists can have them to be used as fodder, we have to give up something to be able to move on and make a better world…they are welcome to them, ah would deliver them myself”.

    We are also seeing some of the effect of the education system. Some who always remind us of the level of their mis-education also had their balls removed whilst being educated. Good at one thing and incredibly ignorant on others.

    Have a Great Day, Barbados
    HAGD

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  • Came across this light humour!!

    Seems Trump took up Pence’s Bible without telling him!!!!!!

    https://babylonbee.com/news/episcopalians-confused-by-strange-book-trump-brought-to-church

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  • its only a mis redeemer

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  • robert lucas
    June 4, 2020 6:55 AM

    I am going to be most unpopular for what I am going add: Six months from now, this will be history and things will be back to normal. That is, until some incident happens again and the basis for protest will be over taken as usual by rioting and the burning down of small black businesses by other blacks . This seems to be normal operating procedures in such incidents ,similar to how the Islamists react to any supposed affront to Islam.

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    I think the media is in real trouble.

    It may cease to exist as it is today!!

    Look at the destruction it has caused with COVID-19 and now George Floyd.

    Who can trust it now.

    It has become like the boy who cried wolf.

    In Australia, Rupert Murdoch has had to shut down 100 newspapers.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/business-52829347

    In the US “News Media Outlets Have Been Ravaged by the Pandemic – Roughly 36,000 workers at news companies in the U.S. have been laid off, been furloughed or had their pay reduced. Some publications that rely on ads have shut down.”

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  • Lawson
    June 4, 2020 7:56 AM

    Read your last paragraph and see if the logic is a bit puzzling.

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    I saw it too and wondered if Mr. Hall was involved in the home invasion in 2014 with George Floyd.

    Listen to Candace Owens on the criminal record of George Floyd.

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  • candace owens commands respect, I don’t agree with oprah on things but her as well its very strange who waru etal wish to lionize

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  • David
    June 4, 2020 5:07 AM

    The article suggests Caricom is coordinating its response.

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    Hopefully they will listen to Candace Owens and not make fools of themselves.

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  • Lawson…ah will soon send Auntie Maxine over to Canada to get you, ya done know she has a mouth on her and when she starts all of you run…

    Theo…ain’t it just a crying shame though…

    Alyuh negros with little titles think ya safe, just because ya sell out you own people to thieving racists…but no ya not.

    https://eyegambia.org/son-of-a-gambian-diplomat-killed-by-police-in-the-usa-gambia-demands-probe/?fbclid=IwAR1PlB7m-zbBMFeDFKbkORPOV1exx-oRtV1kSp2XzgMDfUcn23InGzDl0yM

    “Momodou Lamin Sisay, son of a Gambian Diplomat who works with the United Nations, has been shot dead by police on the Temple Johnson road in Georgia, USA.

    The said Gentleman who was killed on 29th May 2020, at the backdrop of the George Floyd incident, has so far attracted outrage as many people made reference to his death in protest against Racial discrimination and police brutality in America.”

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  • Market is up … not paying any attention to the Media!!

    Investors are optimistic.

    The media is going to go thru major changes in the next 6 months.

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  • But look at the house negros in Barbados’ parliament, acting like themajority population can’t pritest and social distance at the same time. Little no nothig Koochie Koo now see why Mia cant open her mouth about any racism or racist deaths in US not while she is still protecting racist apartheid criminal thievesin Barbados who continue to rob the people and rape the island, but she and her racists need some heavy sanctions and chasing off the island. Slaveminded no good negros. All u parasites in the lives of the Black majority will be removed.

    “There goes Barbados again carrying on from where it left off hundreds of years ago during the slavery days .
    Protest all over the world are being attended by the thousands of people of all races , but in the “ good slave “ island of Barbados a group of more than 10 black people protesting and calling for solidarity is considered a threat to the 5% non blacks in Barbados, so they”ll use the Corona virus as an excuse to stop more than 10 black people from gettiing together and asking for Solidarity. . . . “ on the island of the good slaves “
    They are doing this because they know that there will be no representation from bajan whites , Asians , Indians or Muslims and those races will be considering this so called “ half hearted protest “ a threat to white owned and white ruled “ Barbados .
    It’s just a reminder of the slave trade days in Barbados when the so called “ bad slaves . . . . the negroes who didn’t like being slaves “ were distributed througout the othe Caribbean islands while the “ house negroes . . . the bajans who enjoyed being slaves “ were kept in Barbados.
    No wonder Barbados still has the smell of slavery all over the island up to this very day .
    Like Harriet Tubman said “ I freed hundreds of slaves and i could have freed hundreds more if only they knew that they were slaves “,
    The 95% of bajans no matter if they wear 3 piece suits , expensive dresses, live in upstairs houses and drive SUV’s . . . . they still think that they are slaves .”

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    “Listen to Candace Owens on the criminal record of George Floyd.”

    @John…. Can u PLEASE explain or clarify WHAT Mr Floyd’s past criminal record has to do with his death.

    Was Mr Floyd carrying a gun and attempting an armed robbery; was he aggressively resisting arrest and died by an inadvertent act from the cop restraining him?

    A few days ago the Blogmaster was apoplectic with outrage (it seemed) when YOUR past history was noted on BU… Others exploded in rage to defend you… ALTHOUGH the historical record VALIDLY placed your behaviour in perfect context and had everything to do with the debate at hand.

    To your credit u were nonplussed by it all…

    So no wonder you believe it’s OK to pull up this historical record… However, this is shameful as it has NOTHING to do with the cop’s depraved, reckless killing of an UNARMED man, restrained with his hands BEHIND his back and lying HELPLESSLY prone gasping for breath on the ground.

    Do YOU have any ounce of decency in you man… A man has died who did not have to …
    stop this ridiculous trolling behaviour it is truly annoying.

    Although your racist commentary invokes a strong visceral reaction in me to lash out I’ll absoluty do no such thing.

    I wish you a continued great day.

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  • Miller, Pacha, Piece, Theo..see for yourselves, the dirty house negro…they all have to go..still acting like the black majority are joined at the hip bya bunch of toxic, thieving, racist, drug and gunrunning, money laundering minorities who number less then 20 thousand on the island. When am sure among those who are not in that group of racists and thieves, they would be more than willing to protest and march for Black rights. Hope the cousins in the palace are proud of their criminal creations in slave society Barbados.

    “To David Denny
    General Secretary
    Caribbean. Movement for Peace & Integration.

    Dear Sir , can you give a racial breakdown of how many protesters you expect to attend .
    How many bajan blacks , whites , Asians , Indians and Muslims ?”

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  • Where is the usually garrulous President’s words on this modern day lynching? Yet she is quick to comment on everything under the sun. For example,

    On New Zealand mass shooting:
    https://barbadostoday.bb/2019/03/17/pm-mottley-sends-condolence-message-to-new-zealand-pm/

    On Ethiopian Airlines crash:

    On Australian wild fires:
    https://caricom.org/caricom-sg-extends-sympathy-to-australia-over-losses-to-extra-ordinary-fires/

    On bombings in Sri Lanka:
    https://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/239403/pm-issues-statement-deadly-bombings-sri-lanka

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  • UK and the cousins in the palace need to catch some real hell for this CREATION of thieves and racists that is now blighting a whole population generationally…THAT’S ON YOU… and yall would not even lift a finger to dislodge these racists, criminals and money laundering negro sell outs….and calling yaselves partner…partners to whom, the minority criminals and the sell out negros, surely you could never be referring to the majority population as your partners…their victims, who want ALL OF THEM GONE..

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  • A few days ago the Blogmaster was apoplectic with outrage (it seemed) when YOUR past history was noted on BU… Others exploded in rage to defend you… ALTHOUGH the historical record VALIDLY placed your behaviour in perfect context and had everything to do with the debate at hand.

    Maybe the Blogmaster felt pity for John Knox aka Jack Bowman? The man is a sad racist troll.
    Just look at one of his alter egos Jack Bowman to see how sad, lonely and sick this man really is. Trolls are best left unfed.

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  • “A few days ago the Blogmaster was apoplectic with outrage (it seemed) when YOUR past history was noted on BU… Others exploded in rage to defend you… ALTHOUGH the historical record VALIDLY placed your behaviour in perfect context and had everything to do with the debate at hand.”

    Blogmaster cannot protect John and his ilk from Karma.

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  • Comment in moderation @Blogmaster. I think it contained too many links. Could u deactivate links and post?

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  • Disgusting Lies and Propaganda TV

    “The blogmaster is concerned the Attorney General will not be able to prove 2nd degree murder.”

    @DavidBU it was a passing statement that i wish he didn’t say in the “heated climate” that this case has cause worldwide. He basically meant that it was still up to a jury to uphold the charges.which is true for ANY criminal trial….but a jury not returning a guilty verdict in this case, something would be SERIOUSLY wrong with those jurists. They have cause of death and widely circulating video that is basically irrefutable. Ben Crump also said he saw body cam video in which Chavin was asked by one of the officers to check for a pulse but he refused. That, if true that can support a 1st degree murder charge, or just further evidence to support the 2nd degree murder charge which is the easier and safer charge to get Chauvin “locked up”

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  • I posted this some days ago about their bagmen, was holding on to this info since last year, waiting for the right time, well that time came, but do any of you believe this is the only money laundering that has gone on with these criminals directing the …..WHOLESALE THEFTS OF THE PEOPLE’S MONEY….well it turns out that David Thompson had mentioned this same money on a political platform when he was trying to be elected, but ya done know them, they only mention it to use it as a weapon to be elected, but not to get the people’s money back nor to lock up their fellow thieves…but even worse…..it is well known by those in the know that they have LAUNDERED BILLIONS OF DOLLARS belonging to the people across many jurisdictions…INCLUDING SWITZERLAND…that is why the island is in such dire straits and CANNOT RECOVER, with Mia borrowing all over the place…..that money needs to be pulled right back to Barbados…so what will the cousins in the Palace and Boris, OUR PARTNERS in UK, do about this…the country and people need that money..

    WURA-War-on-UJune 1, 2020 7:41 PM

    What i want them to tell me, especially the newest SLAVEMINDED addition is how many Black people in the majority population who fund the entire island with billions of dollars their existence generates have ever had any personal access to this type of money generationally…which is THEIR MONEY anyway…

    Quote:
    7530 NE 7th CT
    Miami Fl 33138-5204
    DOB: Aug 10, 197*
    Far from the estimated age you stated, however confirmed through address address and SSN matches.
    SSN:769-14-0241
    AKA Mrtin Shrey
    AKA Dvid Shrey

    (Note: the above means that father and son Dvid C Shrey and Dvid M Shrey are on various records using the same SSN and the son’s date of birth and same address, it is an indication that the father D*vid C is possibly using his son’s US legal status to accomplish certain financial and business tasks and that the son is involved in prehaps taking on his father’s name for certain financial and business tasks. An examination of signatures on various business and banking records, as well as institutional security videos might provide further information)….UNQUOTE…

    Wachovia Bank
    1100 Corporate CTR Dr.
    Raleigh, NC 27607
    Two personal trust accounts under the name Dvid Shrey
    1st ACCT#6736281410 BAL $4,589,000.66
    2nd ACCT#6732586337 BAL $256,000.00

    International Savings and Loan Association
    P.O.BOX 4423
    Miami FL
    33143

    Trust Account Under Sherbrooke Securities Ltd.
    Trust Acct#1614342580 BAL $6,155,000.00

    First Caribbean International Bank
    P.O. Box 288, Grand Turk BWI
    Checking Account under name Sherbrooke Securities Ltd.
    Acct#0875241530 Bal $2,115,000.00

    Turks & Caicos Banking Company Ltd.
    Checking account number under name Sherbrooke Securities Ltd. Acct#511371607 ….bal…$3,602,000.00

    TCI Bank
    P.O. Box 255
    Grand Turk, BWI
    Personal investment account under name Dvid Shrey
    Acct#0108996347…bal ..$2,878,000.00

    Albany Trustee Company ( Turks &Caicos Ltd)
    Bristol House
    P.O. Box
    Turks & Caicos Is…BWI
    Acct#7718283430….bal $687,000.00

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  • Black people all over the world, (mostly black leaders that can channel the fight) should use this platform to look within and change our culture. We shout loud for change but don’t see it fit to change ourselves. Seek to change the aggressive and loud behaviors of our sisters and brothers. Try to become decent citizens for our selves, neighbors and country. Stop being lazy and clean up your environs. See that the drug trade is nothing more than a keep down as opposed to an uplift. See the effect and threat the LGBTQ agenda has on our black men. Black men seek to be good fathers and husbands and raise our children to become decent citizens. Black women let’s get back to class and stop the bashing out and lewd behaviors.

    We are a powerful people when educated!

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  • John ain’t white, he couldn’t even fool a blind man that he was white, he is a short fat, timid red man.

    Pity him and ignore him

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  • @ Silly Woman June 3, 2020 11:55 PM
    “The present issue, as well as the historical issue is that white America has waged war on black people for hundreds of years. The blood of black people is no less precious that the blood of Arab or Asian people. The blood of Christians or non believers is no less precious than the blood of Muslims or of non-believers.
    The Barbados government is dilly dallying.
    The Barbados government needs to speak up when wrong doing is taking place
    Unlike you I bear no allegiance to the BLP nor the DLP.”
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    My dear lady, you live up to your former moniker, as the comment above is truly silly.

    Whose blood is more or less precious has little to do with anything and never entered my commentary. It has nothing to do with the “spilling of blood”. What it has to do with is the fact that the Floyd incident took place within the continental United States and was an instance of an American police officer killing (heinously so) an American citizen. The war in Iraq on the other hand had to do as you well know with the United States invading Iraq etc etc, and because of the strategic and economic importance of the region, that war held far more significant geopolitical implications. So when previously you sought to draw a parallel between the two, I had to correct what was plainly erroneous.

    I do not recall referring to diplomatic notes as unofficial correspondences (I don’t recall it as I did not actually say that). When I spoke to unofficial condemnation, I was referring to something as simple as having a chat with the Ambassador, and whether that happened previously neither you nor I would know.

    I also cannot recall bearing allegiance to any political party. My dear lady, you ought not to impute motive or attribute association to others, lest they begin to think you made of the same ilk of persons such as Millsy or WARU

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    The broader issue that persons were irrationally concerned with was condemnation by CARICOM, which as has been indicated, is soon forthcoming. A bloc of small states with strong strategic ties to the United States, particularly some member states, carefully weighed the imperatives, and is formulating an appropriate response. Festina lente, I always say. Why must CARICOM make a knee-jerk reaction? Strategic imperatives have to be carefully weighed. Government is not a private concern but a public trust and the options open to you or I or organisations are not the same as those available to governments constrained by factors beyond their control. Go find some other non-issue to play up!

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  • @ Silly Woman June 3, 2020 11:55 PM
    “The present issue, as well as the historical issue is that white America has waged war on black people for hundreds of years. The blood of black people is no less precious that the blood of Arab or Asian people. The blood of Christians or non believers is no less precious than the blood of Muslims or of non-believers.
    The Barbados government is dilly dallying.
    The Barbados government needs to speak up when wrong doing is taking place
    Unlike you I bear no allegiance to the BLP nor the DLP.”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    My dear lady, you live up to your former moniker, as the comment above is truly silly.

    Whose blood is more or less precious has little to do with anything and never entered my commentary. It has nothing to do with the “spilling of blood”. What it has to do with is the fact that the Floyd incident took place within the continental United States and was an instance of an American police officer killing (heinously so) an American citizen. The war in Iraq on the other hand had to do as you well know with the United States invading Iraq etc etc, and because of the strategic and economic importance of the region, that war held far more significant geopolitical implications. So when previously you sought to draw a parallel between the two, I had to correct what was plainly erroneous.

    I do not recall referring to diplomatic notes as unofficial correspondences (I don’t recall it as I did not actually say that). When I spoke to unofficial condemnation, I was referring to something as simple as having a chat with the Ambassador, and whether that happened previously neither you nor I would know.

    I also cannot recall bearing allegiance to any political party. My dear lady, you ought not to impute motive or attribute association to others, lest they begin to think you made of the same ilk of persons such as Millsy or WARU

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    The broader issue that persons were irrationally concerned with was condemnation by CARICOM, which as has been indicated, is soon forthcoming. A bloc of small states with strong strategic ties to the United States, particularly some member states, carefully weighed the imperatives, and is formulating an appropriate response. Festina lente, I always say. Why must CARICOM make a knee-jerk reaction? Strategic imperatives have to be carefully weighed. Government is not a private concern but a public trust and the options open to you or I or organisations are not the same as those available to governments constrained by factors beyond their control. Go find another non-issue to play up!

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