14 August, 2020

White Lives: They Don’t Matter to the Media and the Liberals

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Consider this: the life of a Black, ex-convict drug user (George Floyd) is very valuable today — so much so that there were months of rioting over Floyd’s May 2020 death while in police custody, and the media covered his death 24/7 for weeks. Floyd has become nearly a saint as a result.

But, the death of an innocent, 5-year-old White boy (Cannon Hinnant) who was allegedly assassinated at point-blank range, in his front yard, by a Black felon, barely warrants media coverage — many media outlets didn’t report Hinnant’s August 2020 murder.

Furthermore, Floyd’s death was an accident, at worst, and was likely a drug overdose since he was saying “I can’t breathe” before the cops put him on the asphalt. Hinnant’s death, by contrast, was bold murder.

It’s clear that, today, White lives don’t matter. Which is ironic since White people gave the world to mankind. [1]. The Jews who run the media, Hollywood, Big Liberalism, etc.: what did they give mankind? Wars, nation-wrecking, usury and financial speculation. What great accomplishments!


[1] White people gave the world the following: Democracy. The concept of free speech. Plato. Aristotle. Da Vinci. Michelangelo. Galileo. Newton. Edison. Tesla. Bell. Whites also gave the world the telephone, the automobile, the bicycle, electricity, the computer, the airplane, the TV set, the air conditioner, the furnace, the radio/stereo, the lightbulb, the camera, the wheelbarrow, the telescope, the clock, the wristwatch, the refrigerator, concrete, dynamite, surveying equipment, the printing press, marine/sea navigation tools, the microscope, and space travel. And that’s just the short list.

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