10 January, 2021

The Virtual Disappearance of Saint George Floyd

Posted by Socrates in black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Black Cities, black crime, Black martyrs, George Floyd, media culture, media heroes, media lies, Orwell, Socrates at 11:42 am | Permanent Link

Dorothy: “Black saints come and go so quickly here! Right, Toto?”

Toto: “Arf!” (That means yes).

In mid-2020, all we heard about, 24/7, was George Floyd, the kind, sweet, gentle, innocent, poetry-reading negro ex-con drug addict who ODed while in Minneapolis police custody on May 25, 2020. His death was called a “murder” by the media and the Left because a White cop had the nerve to pin the 6-foot-6 congoid to the pavement with his knee, since he was acting crazy. (Such knee-to-neck pinning was then allowed by that police department, by the way. The cop was following PD policy).

But today? I have not heard one word about Saint George Floyd in 3 and 1/2 months. It’s like he has vanished down Orwell’s memory hole.

(Funny thing about George Floyd’s death: Blacks don’t give a damn about other Blacks [think Chicago and Detroit, where they murder each other daily for trivial reasons], but when a White cop kills a Black, for whatever reason, suddenly the Blacks really, really, really care about other Blacks! All of a sudden!).

Black saints come and go so quickly here. Right, Toto?


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