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When I was 8 years old, I discovered my parents’ record collection. It had all of the boomer classics.

This was the first time I listened to David Bowie’s “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.” I wasn’t quite ready to understand Pink Floyd’s The Wall or The Who’s Tommy (or Quadrophenia), let alone Alan Parsons or Gary Numan, but with Ziggy, I fell in love with the concept of a concept album. I still view Ziggy as one of the single best concept albums, despite the homosexual undertones (which Bowie later apologized for profusely, by the way).

I would have loved if the world was normal, and I could have made a feature film of Ziggy Stardust. The story of an alien coming to earth and becoming a rock star only to be destroyed by decadent Western culture is a story with a lot of room for meaningful examination of the rise and fall of the West.

I think in a normal world, my childhood would have developed very differently, and it would have been quite possible that I could have ended up working with Bowie on this film I imagined at 8 years old. Of course, if you go down that road, the fact is that something like the Ziggy album could only have existed on the same timeline that led to the troubles of the Millennial generation. The peaceful conclusion to come to there is that there is always good within the bad – for all we can complain about the boomers, they left us some very good music.

Although it was never a single, I went through a phase back then when I would play the opening song “Five Years” on repeat, pulling the needle back to that track over and over again.

The song, like the entire album, is cryptic. But listening to it, I imagined that the five years being spoken of was the length of time Ziggy and his Spiders were on earth before imploding under the weight of the sex and drugs culture.

At the age of 8, five years seemed like a very long time. Frankly, five years still seems like a very long time. I think objectively, for a human being, five years is a very long time.

But you know what is longer than five years?

Twenty two and a half years.


Former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, convicted in April on three charges related to the murder of 46-year-old black man George Floyd, has been sentenced to 22.5 years in prison, minus time served.

Pushing for the harshest possible sentence on Friday afternoon, prosecutor Matthew Frank told the Minneapolis court that this was “not the typical second degree unintentional murder.” Chauvin’s attorney Eric Nelson urged that justice should not be served according to “public opinion.”

In accordance with Minnesota law, Chauvin was sentenced only on the most serious of his crimes, rather than on all three related to the same incident.

Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill acknowledged the suffering felt not only by Floyd himself, but on the families of both men and the wider Hennepin County. He insisted he did not base his sentence on public opinion, sympathy, or the ongoing eruptions of protesters in an attempt to send any “message.”

“The job of a trial court judge is to apply the law to specific facts and to deal with individual cases.”

This is insane and it is going to affect your life.

We now live in a country that no longer has a concept of blind justice.

It may sound corny to talk about such things, but it probably is the single most serious issue a country can deal with (aside from free speech, as free speech is the prerequisite of every other issue).

Although I have supported revisionism on the issue of lynchings, pointing out that only 72% of lynching victims were black (meaning 28% were white, because there were only two races in America at the time), and that virtually everyone lynched was either convicted and proved guilty or almost certainly guilty, I have maintained that lynchings were indeed wrong, and that if we are going to have blacks in the country, they have to have the same legal rights as everyone else when it comes to criminal courts and execution (not when it comes to seating on buses or use of drinking fountains, which is something completely different).

In order to have a civilization, criminal justice has to be completely blind. Again – 28% of lynching victims were white. So it isn’t possible to just say “oh, well, we will just use this extrajudicial execution system on this specific group.” Any attack on the order of the justice system is an attack on the whole society.

What has been done to Derek Chauvin is an attack on the entire criminal justice system. George Floyd died of a drug overdose, and everyone knows that. But he is being lynched by the system for political reasons.

Of course, there is precedent: in 2018, James Fields was sentenced to prison for murder because a fat woman had a heart attack when he had a car accident while being chased by Antifa terrorists with guns and bats.

The Fields conviction began the road to the end of justice in America, and the Chauvin conviction sealed the deal. No American can have a reasonable belief that they are going to get a free and fair trial in this country anymore. In fact, if you are a politically persecuted person, there is effectively no chance of being treated fairly by this system.

This more or less means our country has officially ended, and we are now living in the ruins of a dead civilization.

It’s been five years since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. In that time, which now feels so short, everything that we believed was immutable has dissolved like smoke.

In one of his more powerful monologues of recent memory, Tucker Carlson said “you are witnessing the death of the future of your country.”

This is truly an understatement.

The country is already dead. A country that institutionalizes injustice, that locks men up for crimes that everyone knows they didn’t commit, is no longer a country. The foundations have rotted, and it is only a matter of time before the entire structure collapses.

The only thing I can advise you now is this:


Run for your life.

Because they are coming for you.

And the only thing that is going to keep you alive is if you can get out in front of them, far enough that they don’t manage to close the distance before they begin eating themselves.

They will eat themselves, and some of you will make it out alive.

Some of you won’t.

I want to be clear: any dreams we had of saving this country are now dead.

This is real life now and things are going to get very, very dark.

But there is a light at the end of this age.

Your sole mission now is to make it there alive.


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  1. At least Chauvin wasn’t punk-muzzled during his sentencing. Is the CoronaHoax over now?

  2. Rock music is extremely gay and Jewish. Can’t wait until that entire genre is buried by Zoomers blasting K-Pop.

    Also a point of difference between James Fields and Chauvin: Fields was an innocent man minding his own business and then was violently accosted by fat baboonish white women outside his vehicle — one of whom cracked his windshield before he hit the gas. In my view, nothing of value was lost.

    Chauvin wanted to play race soldier, and acted like a Negro to another Negro. Many people who enjoy and abet Jewish power structures do this and become cops. I say rush him along to prison where he can continue his play acting.

  3. “We now live in a country that no longer has a concept of blind justice.”

    “In order to have a civilization,criminal justice needs to be completely blind.”

    “What has been done to Derek Chauvin is an attack on the entire criminal justice system.”

    I’m beginning to wonder if sensationalism and embellishment pays a little too much?
    Are you spinning a narrative,continuously,for some reason?We’re the worst,it’s over,
    nothing can be done…”run away”?Seems to me,you’re producing equine excrement
    intentionally.While the nonsensical grows deeper, we’re expected to focus on nonsense?
    The entire event was staged.The agenda has been exposed.Your insidiousness is evil and it
    will not win.Keep expounding negativity,distractions and the ignorance…good luck…

    • Troll: Rahan
  4. George Floyd died of a drug overdose, and everyone knows that.

    George Floyd died of a drug overdose while he was being held down by Derek Chauvin and exclaiming that he couldn’t breathe. That complicates it a little bit. If I was dying of a drug overdose, I wouldn’t want a cop to pin me down until he made sure I was good and dead.

    The police have been out of control in this country since long before there was any such thing as BLM or Antifa, and it is the police who collectively pose a much greater threat to the lives and liberties of ordinary Americans than black thuggery does. The police are the ones who stand by and take a knee while the black thuggery burns down your business, and then fist-bump each other after beating up old ladies.

    If we abolished the legacy police force, then the citizens would have to reconstitute a new one for their own protection, and that new one would put down the black thuggery in about 48 hours. That is why I’m in favor of defunding the police.

    Of course, none of this should matter when it comes to the trial and sentencing of Derek Chauvin. He should get a fair trial and an appropriate sentence, like everyone else should. This may have been a bit of stretch for the murder statute, but I don’t think it’s quite the travesty that AA proclaims it to be.

  5. Andrew Anglin is a great writer. Writes very well – great composition.

    In the column that promises us Derek Chauvin, we read seven paragraphs about David Bowie that apparently have nothing to do with a cop. We take an impertinent and absurd journey through speculation about the writer’s likely hypothetical collaboration with David Bowie in film, all as a whimsical backdrop for him to normalize his story of decay and degeneration. … … and all this in view of the big twist of the “twenty-two and a half.”

    It almost makes me take his hubris at face value. Nearly…

  6. Renoman says:

    22 years for killing, and I use the term very loosely is just a sham, the guy should have gotten a medal for ridding the streets of that pusher junkie trash, just imagine all the lives he wrecked. America is fucked!

  7. Nick J says:

    That is a little Manichean.

  8. Derek Chauvin didn’t receive a fair trial for his crime; 22.5 years is obscene. That said, the US signed it’s death sentence decades ago. When Americans allow it’s government to overthrow foreign sovereign nations with impunity, allow it’s alphabet agencies to operate above the law for decades (i.e. drug smuggling from Vietnam to Afghanistan) and allow leaders to proudly boast of murder on national TV (i.e. Killary Clinton), what do you expect? And for Gods sake, don’t say the American public did not know. In a true democracy, everyone knows.

    The World is a better place the sooner the American Empire collapses. We can only hope the kakistocracy gets buried under the rubble or lynched during the collapse.

  9. I came to this conclusion two years ago. Saved up some cash. Practiced stoicism. My flight leaves in a week. I’m really hoping the empire will collapse before it destroys the rest of Europe. I think it will. It’s bleeding profusely. Next round of riots r gonna be lit fam. Watch that petrodollar.

    • Agree: Bernie
    • Replies: @Rahan
    , @throtler
  10. PJ London says:

    With all due respect, the writing was on the wall with the OJ trial.

  11. You will more likely make it out alive if you can form a group with like-minded people who understand the situation and can act together to stay out in front. But finding such a group is likely to be difficult; it is quite likely that even close family members will have to be excluded.

    • Replies: @TTSSYF
  12. @Intelligent Dasein

    I won’t argue with some of your points, but as to the “I can’t breathe”: perhaps Chauvin might have taken it more seriously if Floyd hadn’t been saying it long before he felt Chauvin’s knee.

    • Agree: Realist, AceDeuce
    • Replies: @MarkU
    , @Angharad
  13. Miro23 says:
    @PJ London

    With all due respect, the writing was on the wall with the OJ trial.

    I would put the divergence back in the 1920’s – particularly in two books written by the same person. Henry Ford wrote “My Life and Work” (1922) which is the ultimate expression of American industrial creativity (that led to US world leadership in manufacturing and industrial technology). And, about the same time he wrote (or rather arranged to be written) “The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem” (1920) describing the Jewish financialization and looting of nations throughout history.

    P35 – “Industry and Finance, are in a struggle to see whether Finance is again to become the master, or creative Industry. This is one of the elements which is bringing the Jewish Question to the bar of public opinion.”

    One hundred years later it’s clear to see that Finance has won (in the US) – but also that Industry has won in China (a place not even on the radar in 1920).

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
    • Replies: @Mulga Mumblebrain
  14. Andreas says:

    The Fields conviction began the road to the end of justice in America, and the Chauvin conviction sealed the deal.

    The beginning of the end was “hate crime” legislation. That was the foot in the door needed to begin eroding the rule of law.

    “Hate” has no objective component. There is no “hate” area of the brain. Nor can “hate” be detected through any instruments that record human physiological responses.

    “Hate” is little more than an expression of perceived intent. It is, like “love”, entirely subjective in nature.

    It follows that without any observable objective criteria, “hate” is just a political construct and tool used by the ruling class to achieve their dreams of perfect, totalitarian control.

    So what are essentially political verdicts in the Fields and Chauvin trials should thus come as no surprise.

    Rats will eventually gnaw through the thickest of cables.

  15. Good job Andrew.

    Come home to Red America y’all.

    Not you Supply and Demand.

  16. Garbage. Chauvin murdered Floyd and won’t serve 22 years, unless he acts up in prison. There was a good deal of cruelty involved, with worsened his sentence, as the judge observed.

    • Disagree: Rich
    • LOL: Charles
    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  17. @Miro23

    Which is why the Chinese are happy to co-operate with Israel and Jews in general, but won’t let them get their hooks into Chinese finance. I know it’ll be difficult, but the Chinese might yet house-train the Jewish elites. If they are as brilliant as they claim they will prosper in fields other than parasitic extraction.

    • Replies: @Miro23
    , @9nope9
  18. @thou/thee/thine pronouns

    ‘A cop knelt and kissed the feet of a priest’, if I remember correctly. That would have been a better act for Chauvin to commit.

    • Replies: @Sollipsist
  19. TTSSYF says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    Yes, I finally came to terms with the possibility of losing certain family members or friends.

  20. anonymous[139] • Disclaimer says:

    Go where? There’s nowhere to run to. Everyone can’t migrate to Australia and the political leadership there is all woke anyway. Poland, Russia, they aren’t accepting a tidal wave of migrants. People will have to try to stage a fightback for their rights. There’s no other choice.

    • Agree: Rich
  21. Rosie says:

    Mark the calendar! I actually agree with Anglin.

    That complicates it a little bit.

    It does, but the reasonable doubt standard doesn’t care about complications.

    This may have been a bit of stretch for the murder statute,


    What I find more interesting is the overall treatment that Chauvin gets in the media. I suspect, if one were to do some digging, you could find all sorts of ways to humanize Chauvin. No doubt he has witnessed some traumatic things in the line of duty, or maybe even in his personal life.

    But the problem is just that. The media decides who gets to be humanized and who does not. That kind of power cannot be countenanced.

  22. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Floyd whined, complained, struggled, refused to comply with reasonable orders, kicked and levered himself out of the car, wouldn’t sit, wouldn’t stand, wouldn’t lie down all while being treated very respectfully by the first officers who responded. Chauvin got tired of the bullshit and put him down and held him down. After Floyd’s Oscar-winning performance in the first three acts, why should Chauvin have believed that Floyd meant what he said in the forth?

    Floyd, the little boy who cried “wolf” once too often.

  23. @Intelligent Dasein

    “The police are the ones who stand by and take a knee while the black thuggery burns down your business, and then fist-bump each other after beating up old ladies.”

    That sounds reasonable except that the jails and prisons are already overcrowded with Black people. Do you want the police to imprison and jail even more black people? The Blacks are already screaming about police picking on them and shooting them.

    In my neck of the urban woods the county jail already has a population of 65% blacks even though the county is only about 24% blacks. The jail is overcrowded as it is. Can you imagine if the black proportion swelled to 75% or 86%. How the blacks would scream and call for equity and justice and more money and more programs to combat systemic racism.

    Take a walk in my black part of town after the sun goes down but you better have a body guard or some personal protection.

  24. Rahan says:
    @Tom Marvolo Riddle

    Just remember the “anorexia metaphor”, man. Imagine a civilization of (initially) fatsos, divided into two halves—W and E.

    Today in 2021 the situation is that in the “E half” they’re still struggling with reaching a “healthy weight”, while in the “W half” they have long since overshot healthy weight and have gone deep into anorexia territory.

    So in the “E half” the people saying “we need to lose weight and count our calories” are the ones pushing for sanity, while the people saying “no we need to eat more meat and put on some weight” are pushing for a primitive pre-modern state.

    While in the “W half” the people saying “we need to lose weight and count our calories, we’re still too fat” are the insane hysterics, whereas the ones saying “no we need to eat more meat and put on some weight” are the sane ones.

    The actual healthy midway position is still to be attained by “E civilization”, but has already been overshot by “W civilization”. It’s a theoretical “healthy peak”, currently, not so much a real one.

    So expect two things:
    1) That the negatives of “civilizational anorexia” may be mostly lacking, but the negatives of “civilizational fatness” can be very much present, and
    2) That the ones who sound crazy to “W ears” could be the normal ones, and the ones who sound normal to “W ears” may be the dumb ones, but both believe themselves to be on the same side as their “W half” counterparts, without realizing that in reality they’re on the opposite side. So it’s complicated.

    So good luck, take care, enjoy the trip, and maybe at some point do an article of impressions.

    • Replies: @Tom Marvolo Riddle
  25. gay troll says:

    I still view Ziggy as one of the single best concept albums, despite the homosexual undertones (which Bowie later apologized for profusely, by the way).

    I’m having trouble finding Bowie’s profuse apologies for the homosexual undertones of Ziggy Stardust. Be a dear and provide a citation? Strange enough that you would fall in love with an androgynous alien as a child; even if you count Bowie as straight, his blatant occultism seems an odd fit for a self professed Christian such as yourself. I would expect you to be more enamored with Hunky Dory for its racial undertones and Nazi allusions, but again, these are situated in an occult and not a Christian perspective.

    “Moonage Daydream” is deeply homoerotic, as Ziggy (the self described “mama papa”) exhorts his lover not only to press his space face, but also his “raygun” to Ziggy’s head. Then we have double entendre: “the church of manlove is such a holy place to be”. Bowie famously came out as “gay” before the release of Ziggy Stardust (only to later present himself as bisexual, and later, as a “closet heterosexual”).

    Anyway, take his name out of your cretinous mouth. Here’s Bowie’s swan song; see how it stacks up against your Christian sensibilities. I’ll be waiting for your citation of Bowie’s “profuse apologies” regarding the “homosexual undertones” of ZS.

    • Replies: @Jefferson Temple
  26. Miro23 says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Which is why the Chinese are happy to co-operate with Israel and Jews in general, but won’t let them get their hooks into Chinese finance. I know it’ll be difficult, but the Chinese might yet house-train the Jewish elites. If they are as brilliant as they claim they will prosper in fields other than parasitic extraction.

    OK but the overseas Chinese in S.E.Asia are the Nº 1 ethnic minority elite engaged in local parasitic extraction, so they’re familiar with the technique. In fact, remarkably similar to what the Jewish minority elite are doing in the US.

    However, in contrast, when they’re the majority (Chinese in China and Jews in Israel) it’s a completely different story. Then it’s ethnic nationalism and national homelands (foreigners excluded).

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  27. MarkU says:

    George Floyd died of a drug overdose while he was being held down by Derek Chauvin and exclaiming that he couldn’t breathe. That complicates it a little bit.

    A very English way of expressing it, you are right though.

  28. MarkU says:
    @Tono Bungay

    I would add that a person who really cannot breathe would not be able to say so repeatedly and be clearly audible to persons several metres away.

    • Agree: HbutnotG
  29. 9nope9 says:
    @Mulga Mumblebrain

    In order for any killing to be deemed murder, it needs to have the element of pre-meditation, even if it happens immediately. There is no way this here cause of death has any element whatsoever that would constitute murder in any degree. You should interpret this for what it is: Our leadership sending an unmistakable signal that western, liberal society, solely pretentious as it may have been, has come to an end. The occidental established order has pivoted back to totalitarian, tyrannical rule, which is what its leadership has always known best throughout their long lineage. This is likely because the occident sees itself confronted with the rise and efficacy of the totalitarian China, and sees no other way to combat it than through tyrannical control of its subject minions.
    Our justice system has always been a charade. A rotting vestige of once noble American freemasonry, which since the late 17th century has been successfully infiltrated and subverted by nefarious elements of an already plenty nefarious and supremacist cult of earthly dominion.
    The keystone in the administration of justice has been “framing” a suspect for a very long time. The black community knows this better than any other. This doesn’t mean the suspects are innocent, but they are not guilty of the crimes they are being framed for. This is what the archangel Michael does in scripture, before God as the judge, he seeks to frame somebody else for crimes done by the entities he Michael is defending. See holocaust.
    You are going to see Chauvin murdered in prison. All trace of this event will dissappear. Because it likely was staged for the sole purpose of sending this signal.
    Good luck everyone!

    • Agree: Bernie
  30. MarkU says:

    Anyone who takes the trouble to find the video can see for themselves that you are right. You forgot to mention the fact that Floyd lied repeatedly to the police btw.

  31. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    You can’t stop there.

    “And the queer threw up at the sight of that.”

    Half a century ago. Weird to be alive today after growing up in a world where ‘dropping the Q word’ wasn’t even one of Bowie’s lesser controversial moments. Normal people were more concerned that he was PROMOTING androgyny or bisexuality or whatever.

    The fascist stuff during Station to Station got him some unwelcome attention though. Ironically, this Thin White Duke phase came directly out of The Man Who Fell to Earth, which is more or less the film that AA apparently fantasized about writing (but strangely doesn’t even mention its existence).

    • Replies: @L. Guapo
  32. @Miro23

    Very few of those overseas Chinese are of Han extraction, though. Most are some variety of Cantonese minority, Min, Yue, Hakka, etc. I was pleasantly surprised that they have “their own Jews” as well — as it were. My Manchu father in law described them as “swamp merchants, uncontrollable by any dynasty” — including the Party’s.

  33. Gordo says:

    Run for your life.

    Where to Andrew?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  34. Anon[344] • Disclaimer says:

    Interesting that Anglin uses the image of Bowie. Anglin’s stuff is usually spot on, but the hatred of women leads me to believe he is a closeted homosexual. One thing White men must do is to procreate. Homosexuality is a mental illness and should be recognized as such. Being a single childless man hovering around 40 is certainly suspect. In older times the natural assumption would be that one is clearly a homosexual.

    As far as Chauvin, he’s never getting out of prison. He is a 46 year old man and his release date, 22.5 years would make him 68 upon his release. However, the feds are bringing a new case against him, he will receive natural life. He may get out under other circumstances though. When the inevitable break up of the United State occurs he may be in friendly territory and rightfully restored his freedom and perhaps even his career. Rounding up negroe criminals is a richeous endeavor and Officer Chauvin certainly had some talent.

  35. Anon[344] • Disclaimer says:

    Good comment. Please refrain from capitalizing the word “black”. Don’t give them the legitimacy they haven’t earned. black behavior is imbedded in their dna. It’s what they are. Dysfunctional and violent. There is no fixing it. Separation is the only viable solution.

  36. SMK says: • Website

    You argue that there are far too many black criminals, including violent recidivist black male criminals, in jails and prisons. And you want fewer of them incarcerated. Then you note that whites who “walk in my black part of town” at night “better have a body guard or some personal protection” os as night to be assauted, mugged, raped, murdered. So, obviously, not nearly enough black male criminals are in prison; -a reality confirmed by the anarchy and mayhem and warfare in Chicago, Baltimaro, St. Louis, Detroit, ad nauseam.

    My sympathies are with whites, especially first-offenders convicted of nonviolent and often victimless and mala prohibita felonies and misdemeanors, who are enslaved in jails and prisons with low-IQ, white-haing, inner-city blacks, more of them violent. Forced racial integration in jails and prisons is “cruel and unusual punishment” -for whites, in the sense of not only being cruel but also totally unnecessary and preventable.

    That’s why Chauvin will be buried for 22-years in soliatry confinement -so as not be be harrassed, reviled, bullied, assaulted, terrorized, gang-raped, and murdered by blacks.

  37. @Intelligent Dasein

    If we abolished the legacy police force, then the citizens would have to reconstitute a new one for their own protection, and that new one would put down the black thuggery in about 48 hours. That is why I’m in favor of defunding the police.

    The top law man in every jurisdiction should be an elected Sheriff. Get the Mayors and City Councils out of it.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
    , @Miro23
  38. jsinton says:

    I thought Chauvin became a victim of a case of “dirtbag-itis”. It’s a common condition in law enforcement. Cops have to deal with so many dirtbags, they lose their sense of compassion. Not that Floyd really deserved too much compassion, but no one deserves to die needlessly. Chauvin had ample warning he was killing Floyd, fentanyl or no fentanyl. People were warning him to back off, including one of the other officers. Chauvin didn’t heed the warning because his hubris and dirtbag-itis got him.

    Having said all that, I thought there was no proof of second degree murder. My understanding is that there has to be “intent” to kill. There was no proof that Chauvin intended to kill Floyd, none was provided. Just emotional testimony.

    I thought there was ample proof of manslaughter since Floyd was dead and Chauvin had held him down in a questionable position long after he had passed out and looked in trouble. A cop still has some responsibility to see the perp doesn’t die. So I thought guilty of manslaughter was appropriate.

    The judge didn’t do his job either. The case should have be thrown out or mistrial because there was too much political meddling.

  39. @Supply and Demand

    Very few of those overseas Chinese are of Han extraction, though. Most are some variety of Cantonese minority, Min, Yue, Hakka, etc. I was pleasantly surprised that they have “their own Jews” as well — as it were. My Manchu father in law described them as “swamp merchants, uncontrollable by any dynasty” — including the Party’s.

    This is true but why should ANY clan or group need to be controlled? As long as the group adheres to the “laws of the land” then everything is fine. The World requires diversity and International Laws which everyone must adhere to. From where I stand, the oversea Chinese are predominantly law abiding citizens. They have their own unique customs but this is diversity.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  40. @dogbumbreath

    The implication in Miro’s statement was that the Chinese overseas in SE Asia shared any meaningful connection with the power structure in Beijing. I was clarifying that they don’t and never did.

    It’s a different scenario than say an Israeli banker with relatives who work at FOX News or an Ivy League school. I don’t have a particular distaste for merchants or the internationally-minded, as I’m a direct beneficiary of globalism. I’m just saying that Unz posters, especially propagandized Americans, assume that there is always an easy 1/1 comparison to be made about China and the West. As an American who defected, I can assure you there rarely is.

  41. @PJ London

    The writing was on the wall when the Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation

    • Agree: Rich
  42. So are there any plans for an appeal to a higher court? I know that may sound futile with the way that the Supreme Court wussied out over the stolen election, but it still seems like a logical step at some point.

  43. @Intelligent Dasein

    This misses the point. A question that should have been considered was whether the douchebag would’ve lived if everything else had been the same except that he didn’t ingest any fentanyl? But for a self-administered overdose would Floyd have lived another day? The answer is most likely yes. The original autopsy found no evidence of mechanical asphyxiation. That is why it is a modern day lynching. It doesn’t matter whether Chauvin is a nice guy. It matters whether he was guilty of the charges brought against him.

    • Agree: Mulga Mumblebrain, sulu
  44. Anon[266] • Disclaimer says:

    One less violent, lawful-arrest-resisting thug walks the earth, thanks to Chauvin.
    I assume someone in the court system ran numerical scenarios and decided that 22.5 years were enough to prevent the BLM from rioting and burning down the cities again.

  45. @gay troll

    You know, this is an interesting video. I couldn’t help but notice the black star had a corona and other images of people shaking as though they just had a big dose of mRNA juice. Maybe I’m a little paranoid.

    Care to give us a few clues? Is this the standard ode to Lucifer or is there some other mythology on display? I remember seeing a video of Bowie more or less renouncing his dabbling in Crowleyism/Thelema, and cocaine, in the 70s. What other non-Christian beliefs did he find and put on display?

    • Replies: @gay troll
    , @gay troll
  46. Trinity says:

    How many years did the pavement ape who threw that poor White kid off a balcony in a Minneapolis mall receive?

    David Bowie? Bowie was a POS. I remember him complaining about the lack of Black musicians on MTV back when MTV was watchable. Me thinks Bowie was like they said in the movie, “Saturday Night Fever,” “I here he’s bisexual, he likes men and boys.” hahaha.

    Speaking of Boomer music, I recently read Debbie Harry’s book and she talked about how Bowie had a habit of displaying his cawk to people, male or female, and even whipped it out in front of her. Lost a lot of respect for Harry after reading her book. At least she didn’t take Bowie up on his rude offer. Besides Bowie was a known serial swirl boy, liked the Black chicks when he was playing it straight from what I hear. Debbie Harry? IMO, she was pure trash, great talent, great look, but nothing but REAL white traitor trash when all is said and done.

    Back to Boomer music, all one has to do is take a peep at Bowie and Mick Jagger doing a cover of “Dancing In The Streets” and it has “homersexual” written all over it. Bowie’s little pal, Iggy Pop? Great body, but the gaydar goes off on that one as well.

    And of course in the 1980 Rolling Stones song, “Let Me Go”, Mick croons,

    Maybe I’ll Become A Playboy
    Hang Around In Gay Bars
    And Move To The West Side Of Town

    lolololol. Cue: Under Pressure by Queen with David Bowie hehe.

    • Agree: Rich
    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
  47. L. Guapo says:

    how is that an argument for not locking them up if they are criminals?

  48. Ivymike says:

    I’d wipe George Floyd off my boots if I stepped in him, but Chauvin murdered him in cold blood and he and his buddies couldn’t be bothered to try a little CPR to bring him back to life. Black or white, cops murdering civilians is an ugly and dangerous assault on everybody’s freedom. Hope Chauvin has a miserable few years in prison, maybe he can hook up with idiot Jesus and write a book later.

    • Replies: @beavertales
  49. L. Guapo says:

    Only to become, thirty years later, an oil-driller and supporter (to the tune of \$10K) of the “Jena Six”, a pack of apes who stomped a white high school kid on the playground for supposedly hanging a noose in the schoolyard (another hate hoax). I lost any respect I had for him at that point, and he was my favorite artist for a long time.

  50. @ThreeCranes

    Floyd ‘cried wolf’ so he was slowly and cruelly murdered, and you approve. Nuff said.

  51. Dave C. says:

    The Chauvin trail violated some basic principles of law. And the upcoming trails of the other officers likely will as well. The federal civil rights charges are also suspect; there is no evidence at all among any of the officers of racial bias (also one is black, one is Asian). A few television legal commentators, such as Alan Dershowitz have talked about this publicly, but every honest criminal lawyer knows it is true. It is obvious, and covered in any criminal law class in college. The conviction may be overturned on appeal, IF there are any honest appellate judges left in Minnesota.

    The majority of politicians (and of course the leftist media) are just scared to speak the obvious truth about this case. Because of this environment, cops now know they will not be supported by their mayors or state governors in use of force cases against black criminals. New laws in several cities and states have emasculated the police (another really bad one just passed in Illinois). Police departments and sheriffs are now having trouble hiring new officers and deputies, and many veterans are just quitting. So we now have the “Ferguson Effect” times ten, where police in Democrat-run cities will avoid conflicts with black criminals, unless they are an immediate threat to their lives (and citizens are mostly on their own; police will just take a report after the crime). There was a recent case in Atlanta, where the cops just watched criminal shooters drive away from a crime scene.

    Legal issues in this case:

    1. A change of venue is ROUTINELY granted in such cases as this in order to find an unbiased jury. But along with the Chauvin trial, there are others where it also has recently not been granted by Democrat judges – such as the Laquan McDonald shooting in Chicago. A change of venue in high profile cases is “black letter law” (i.e. obvious, undisputed, established law ). The trial should have been moved to Minnesota county far away from Minneapolis. Along with the widespread rioting, there were threats (including made by Congresswoman Maxine Waters) of more rioting/burning/looting if the jury did not convict. More experts for the defense would likely have also been willing to testify, if there had been a change of venue. It was reported that some of the jurors made comments after the trial that they were very concerned about rioting. Venue will be major issue on appeal.

    2. The other officers at the scene were obviously not culpable. The federal civil rights case against them is doubly ridiculous. This just shows how far leftist prosecutors will go in malicious prosecution in pursuit of political goals. Because of prosecutorial immunity, they usually suffer no consequences (the disbarred Duke lacrosse player prosecutor Mike Nifong was a rare exception).

    3. At least one of the jurors was found to be a strident BLM supporter and George Floyd advocate (after the trial). He lied about this in the voir dire questioning before trial. Under the law, the judge was obligated to grant a new trial when this information was presented in court.

    4. The element of premeditation for murder was totally unproven. The conviction for murder is actually ridiculous. The only reasonable conviction would be for involuntary manslaughter (unintentional killing, or killing by negligence). Chauvin obviously didn’t INTEND to kill Floyd, with a crowd of a dozen people watching him. As a police officer who had made hundreds of arrests before (with a good performance record) he was simply trying to restrain and arrest him.

    5. The medical examiner testifying for the prosecution obfuscated on the the cause of death, and there was only one expert willing to testify for the defense (others were obviously scared, rightly so since the defense expert’s whole career has now been attacked). The cause of death was heart failure.

    Floyd had multiple health problems that contributed to the heart failure: chronic high blood pressure, existing heart disease, long-term drug use, and drug use that day, including a possible lethal dose of Fentanyl and methamphetamine in his blood. He also had the Covid-19 virus, which would have affected his lungs. The people with him testified that he had already once passed out in the car before the police arrived. The issue was “but for” the neck compression would Floyd have died. If they hadn’t been scared to do so, there are dozens of national experts on the condition called “excited delirium,” where a high level of drugs in the system can cause heart failure. But who wants to testify and be attacked (verbally and physically) by leftists after the trail.

    6. The knee restraint has commonly been used by law enforcement agencies all over the world. The media lied about this. When properly applied to the upper back, it does NOT result in asphyxiation, Chauvin should have applied it lower and stopped once Floyd stopped resisting. However the video shows that his full weight was not on the neck, and Floyd was breathing and talking (he had already previously said “I can’t breathe” when he has standing up and resisting arrest) . Again, this indicates the actual cause of death was not the SOLEY the restraint. There were reports (along with links to pdfs of the archived manuals) that this restraint method was previously taught/approved by the Minneapolis police department and other departments (you can find them online). The police department witnesses simply lied about this, to cover their butts.

    7. The prosecution’s use of force expert was allowed by the judge to speculate on issues, such as saying that the neck restraint caused “positional asphyxia.” He obviously was not medically qualified to make medical statements about the cause of death at all. He also was not particularly qualified, and displayed obvious bias, compared to the dozens of such well-known police use of force experts who commonly testify at such trials around the country. From his testimony, it was obvious that he was not objective.

    • Agree: jsinton
    • Thanks: Rich
    • Replies: @Dave C.
  52. gay troll says:
    @Jefferson Temple

    On the album cover of Ziggy Stardust, David Bowie stands beneath an illuminated sign that says “K. West”. Bowie died of liver cancer on January 10, 2016, two days after releasing the album Blackstar. The news was a shock; nobody had known that he was ill.

    After Bowie’s death, the behavior of rapper Kanye West became increasingly erratic, culminating in a hospitalization against his will on November 21, 2016, that was blamed on bipolar mania. Kanye had even transformed into a Trump supporter.

    As Bowie sings in the title track of Blackstar: “Something happened on the day he died. Spirit rose a meter and stepped aside. Somebody else took his place and bravely cried: ‘I’m a black star. I’m a black star’.”

    The evidence is plain. David Bowie is now living in the body of K. West. He has become a black star. The cybernetic imprinting process is apparently not without its hiccups. It is a messy business to install a new psyche in a 39 year old human brain. Bowie has gone transhuman and transracial. As for Kanye’s old psyche, well, as Kurt Vonnegut would say, so it goes.

    • LOL: Jefferson Temple
    • Replies: @Jefferson Temple
  53. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Slowly and cruelly murdered? Nah, you’re thinking of Jupiter Paulsen up in Fargo, ND a few weeks back. Floyd OD’d on Fentanyl.

  54. @gay troll

    That’s a Peter Beter grade crazy theory you have there.

    Seriously, the better explanation for Kanye’s behavior is that he was driven over the edge by the Kardashian coven, just like Lamar Odom and Bruce Jenner.

    • Replies: @gay troll
    , @gay troll
  55. Ok. If Paul can be dead, I guess Bowie can be Kanye.

    • Replies: @gay troll
  56. Dave C. says:
    @Dave C.

    To clarify on the issues of premeditation and intent in the Chauvin trial:

    The laws on murder and manslaughter vary from state to state, as well as the instructions that judges give to jurys on the facts they have to find for each offense.

    Chauvin was found guity of these offenses, per Minnesota law:

    1. Unintentional second-degree murder – killing while committing or trying to commit a felony, in this case, an intended assault.

    2. Third-degree murder – causing a death through an action that is eminently dangerous and carried out with a reckless disregard for and conscious indifference to the loss of life.

    3. Second-degree manslaughter – causing a death through culpable negligence that created an unreasonable risk, or consciously taking the chance of causing severe injury or death.

    So by the laws of Minnesta, the two murders counts didn’t have to be “premeditated” (i.e. planned) but the jury still found that Chauvin intended to commit a criminal assault on Floyd – with a restraint that has been trained in numerous police departments in the United States and other countries. (There are several on-line articles about this, e.g. see link below). So the criminal intent obviously was not there, or else every other officer that has used this trained restraint in the past is guilty of a criminal assault on the person they arrested. The only reasonalbe verdict, was the third count of second-degree manslaughter, siting NEGLIGENCE, for possible improper use of the shoulder/neck restraint and then continuing to apply it for several minutes after Floyd was no longer resisting.

    Quote: “In filing a motion to dismiss the charges he faces in the death of George Floyd, former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane included 30 pages of MPD training materials, including information on a restraint called the “maximal restraint technique,” and a photo of an officer with his knee to a suspect’s neck similar to the hold used by former officer Derek Chauvin on Floyd.”

    Source article link:
    MPD training materials show knee-to-neck restraint similar to the one used on Floyd

    • Replies: @Cauchemar du Singe
  57. gay troll says:
    @Jefferson Temple

    Just went down the Peter Beter rabbit hole, many thanks. Although he’s obviously a nut job if he thinks Apollo put men on the moon.

    • Replies: @Jefferson Temple
  58. @Supply and Demand

    Rock music is extremely gay and Jewish. Can’t wait until that entire genre is buried by Zoomers blasting K-Pop.

    ROFL. Because K-Pop is so not gay? LOL. Is this a case of Zoomer brain rot? The feminizatioo of music? The gayification of men? K-Pop? Oh my God.

  59. @Intelligent Dasein

    But did Chauvin actually intend to kill Floyd, if he wasn’t aware of his medical condition?

  60. anonymous[753] • Disclaimer says:

    In one of his more powerful monologues of recent memory, Tucker Carlson said “you are witnessing the death of the future of your country.”

    Oh God, may this sublime projection truly come to pass! The world needs a breather from this satanically evil presence.

    As for Chauvin, may he rot in his cell, and in time, burn in Hell for all eternity!!

    • Troll: Catdog
  61. @ThreeCranes

    Having watched the entire Floyd video several times, you are correct. But after reading numerous comments on the internet today, I am totally convinced that you, me, and about 20 other people have watched the entire video. I even wonder if the jury members were required to watch it in totality. Most people stick with the short video clip MSM carefully cherry picked.

    • Replies: @Rich
  62. @Gordo

    I can tell you where not to go. Don’t go to a 1st world country. They have the same mental disease that the US suffers from and they have the resources to make your life miserable if you don’t fit into their mold.

    Non 1st world countries want to be like the US, Canada, Europe, etc, but they lack the resources to pull it off. All governments are criminal organizations but some are better equipped to rampage through their populations than others. Pick a country that’s struggling and where the military is a joke and the police are corrupt. It’s the legal system in the US that entraps people and therefore you want a legal system that’s inefficient and where a few dollars can magically solve a problem.

    “In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is king”

    Be the man with two eyes.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  63. @WorkingClass

    The top man in every jurisdiction is the average armed citizen that can effectively fight back when attacked by some POS. No top cop is going to save you if you are unarmed and some dirtbag decides to rob or kill you. If you rely on police protection, you’re body will be surrounded by a chalk outline after they arrive on the scene as their only contribution to your protection.

    Stop asking others to do what is impossible. No one can protect you from a determined assailant. If you’re armed and have the mental readiness to respond, you may come out of a situation relatively unscathed. Cops can’t protect you and your property for the simple reason that they aren’t there when the criminal strikes.

    • Agree: lavoisier, Realist, sulu
    • Replies: @WorkingClass
  64. I’m excited for the secession of Red from blue.

    Long live the Free United States est. 2022.*

    *Why ’22? That’s when #covidhoax-21 appears three months before the rigged elections.

  65. @Supply and Demand

    If Saint Meganose of Fentanyl had stayed in the cop car, his asphyxia from overdosing might’ve been noticed earlier.

  66. @Supply and Demand

    I agree that the outrage which happened to sad sack James Fields (how many life prison sentences did he receive?) is an even worse example of the end of Blind Justice. Fields just got lost trying like hell to get out of Charlottesville, and didn’t even know until later that an obese Antifa protestor had died from a heart attack when his car accidently hit (or nudged?) her at low speed. At least Chauvin, as a cop, had competent legal counsel, while Fields had a court assigned public defender with no interest in defending him.

    Chauvin should have known to back off when that street thug was no longer struggling, plus with a gathering crowd filming him. Floyd may or may not have died from a drug OD that day, but that is only speculation which can’t be proven.

    What bothers me the most about Chauvin’s case is that he’ll now face a second trial for violating Floyd’s civil rights from an anti-white man politicized DOJ, led by a crazed Jewish Attorney General. Floyd’s family said 22 1/2 years isn’t enough, so will Garland be seeking life? If that’s not Double Jeopardy, what is it?

    • Replies: @Patrick in SC
  67. @RoatanBill

    Good advice, but not everyone has the means to become an expat. For those who have no choice but to stay in America, Britain or elsewhere, the best choice is to leave the cities and move to a small town in a rural area if possible.

    A small town in Maine is infinitely better than Boston, for example. Yes you’ll still be dealing with shitlibs, but you won’t have a black mob at your door.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  68. The Central Park Five were guilty, yet they are free with \$41 million awarded to them.

    The J20 rioters were guilty of planning to violently disrupt Trump’s 2016 inauguration, yet they are free.

    The prosecution in the Trayvon Martin case used a fake witness who claimed to be Trayvon’s girlfriend, and got away with it.

    Jussie Smollet is a free man, in spite of perpetrating a high-profile racism hoax.

    The Clintons and Bidens have never faced justice for their influence peddling.

    The Sackler family are free in spite of their opioid mass murder.

    Collectively, these corruptions of justice serve to condition Whites to low expectations, and give inertia to our adversaries.

    Much the way Israeli settlers and army act with impunity, but Palestinians go before Israeli law like beggars.

    Its a display of arbitrary power.

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
  69. @Je Suis Omar Mateen

    Is the CoronaHoax over now?

    No. We’re now in the midst of the Delta Ice-Nine variant.

    The name is an homage to Kurt Vonnegut, as Ice-Nine is a key plot point in his novel “Cat’s Cradle”, in which it is a polymorph of water that freezes at 45.8 °C, rather than at 0 °C. Any amount of it exposed to normal water acts as a seed crystal, converting the normal liquid water to solid Ice-Nine, even while inside the human body. Such destructive power is an indication of the virus’ destructive potential.

    As opposed to the other variant.

    ICE-9(.exe) is a computer virus developed by the DoD for unknown purposes. According to the Machine, it is “the world’s most lethal virus”, capable of “bringing Samaritan to its knees”.

  70. Jimmy1969 says:

    Hey Andrew: look up the owner of the Miami Condo…a litany of corruption from a member of the tribe.

  71. @Ivymike

    “Chauvin murdered him in cold blood and he and his buddies couldn’t be bothered to try a little CPR to bring him back to life.”

    Spoken like a newb who’s never been on the street.

    Fentanyl is dangerous and you don’t want to endanger yourself when interacting with addicts, their body fluids, or possessions.

    Floyd was a big man and pumping on his chest wouldn’t do a thing if he’s overdosing. CPR is not appropriate in all cases.

    The hostile crowd had to be monitored in case they attacked in a surge. You don’t turn your back on an angry mob – ever.

    The average time for Paramedics to arrive is about 6 minutes or less – better to wait and keep the patient calm. As Chauvin correctly said to Floyd, “Don’t move, save your oxygen.”

  72. @gay troll

    Funny thing is that some of his ideas seem almost plausible now. Your Bowie/Kanye theory made me immediately think of the robotoids. And also, you seem to have stolen the central premise from “Get Out.”

    Sadly, terrifyingly, the technology for taping over one mind/personality with another may not be that far in the future.

  73. @Johnny Smoggins

    Regardless of what the US controllers do, the dollar is circling the bowl. At some point commerce will come to a halt because the currency will be worthless.

    I suggest the southern states where you won’t freeze to death in a winter without fuel for your heating system.

  74. Absolutely at this time surviving should be your goal. Plus it will drive our rulers nuts, since they are almost there to begin with. It is amazing to watch how they need 100% agreement by all that the 2020 elections were legitimate. Why do even they care?

    Trump 2016 was at best a longshot savior. Turns out he was just control opposition to set up the real goal of naming normal whites the terror threat. I’m starting to think Greenwald is right about the Patriot Act. Our rulers operate relatively unopposed, so they can think in 25 years or longer plans. Still it is interesting they are concerned about a few outliers with no real power. So whoever you outliers are, you need to not only survive but to thrive as well.

    • Agree: gay troll
  75. Rich says:
    @L in Atl hell

    The jury wasn’t sequestered, the city paid out a huge sum to Floyd’s kin, there was rioting near the courthouse and witnesses were being doxxed and threatened. The jurors acted not in pursuit of justice, but to save themselves and their families. Mob rule. But the elites may have gone a step or two too far. Their personal bodyguards, the US police officers, now knows that if they react to crime correctly, they face imprisonment. How good will life be for the filthy rich, if they can’t dine outside in NYC or go for a walk in DC? They’ve already forgotten the crime waves of the 70s thru the 90s. Here we go again…

  76. bayviking says:

    To suggest that “everyone knows George Floyd died of an overdose” is another perfect example of Republicans attempting to rewrite history. They are well funded and flood the airways with their ridiculous talking points. Effective ridiculous talking points created by Frank Luntz.

    There is plenty of injustice in this country because more often than not the largest bank account buys the judicial outcome. Today SCOTUS is leading the charge while hypocritically condemning legislating from the bench. Cops are almost always on the side of wealth. The first line of defense in wealth’s relentless class war, which they have been winning since the end of WWII and FDR.

  77. bayviking says:

    Lynch mobs have never been based on due process. What an outrageous lie. The claim that 28 percent of lynchings were whites is supposed to justify lynching the other 72 percent blacks????

    What a collection of over the top nonsense.

    • Troll: Trinity
  78. @Jefferson Temple

    The future is now.

    MK Ultra and Monarch programming essentially do what you’re talking about.

    Due to the fact that the brain is rather pliable and malleable it’s pretty easy to split and/or disassociate your core personality and create a new or alternate one.

    Whether one accepts the premise of these concepts or not it does provide illuminating reading.

  79. Jim H says:

    Andrew Anglin does not mention the NEXT injustice headed Chauvin’s way: namely, the prospect of federal civil rights charges.

    A visitor from Mars reading Amendment V might think these words pretty damned plain:

    ‘nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb’

    Yet under the transparently disingenuous theory that state and federal laws with different titles somehow skirt the ‘same offense’ prohibition, Chauvin and his fellow officers face being prosecuted in a second venue.

    Savor the rich irony: the Founders, recognizing the limitless resources of the state, intentionally stacked the deck in favor of criminal defendants. Prohibiting double jeopardy — that is, giving the prosecution a second bite at the apple — was the most important protection.

    But in the name of ‘civil rights,’ a metastasized DOJ criminal division now routinely double-prosecutes notorious defendants, often piling redundant life sentences atop those already laid on by state courts.

    As is so often the case when abusive multiple prosecution looms, Chauvin uttered not a word in his defense at the state trial, for fear of his testimony being used against him by the feds.

    Gagged criminal defendants are not something you would see in a free country, with an actual, functioning bill of rights.

    The DOJ civil rights division is a disgraceful engine of injustice and politicized punishment.

    • Agree: Jefferson Temple
  80. @follyofwar

    Fields just got lost trying like hell to get out of Charlottesville, and didn’t even know until later that an obese Antifa protestor had died from a heart attack when his car accidently hit (or nudged?) her at low speed.

    I’ve been saying for years that the most interesting thing about the Fields atrocity show trial was how the propaganda media essentially stopped covering the story once he was arrested and charged and the lynching was underway.

    You would think, in their race-obsessed narrative, the media would have given us daily updates about the horrors of this white supremacist domestic terror attack by automobile, but instead we got absolutely no details. Instead of insights into what Fields tick, or even just pieces showing how dumb and evil he was, we never heard a single word from Fields. This is probably because, as you said, he had no idea he had seriously injured anyone with his car, was remorseful upon hearing that someone had died, and, had there been coverage, he would have had an opportunity to explain that he was just fleeing for his life. This wouldn’t satisfy the psycho-libs, of course, but it might have led a couple of normies to re-think what actually happened in Charlottesville that day.

    • Thanks: follyofwar
  81. gay troll says:
    @Jefferson Temple

    One more answer to your question!

    I have not studied the entire Blackstar album (which also includes a song called “Lazarus”), but I love the title track and the video is indeed fascinating. Bowie openly identifies himself with divinity. He brags “I am the great I am” while lesser celebrities (like Marvel stars) “are a flash in the pan”. Bowie also asks “How many times does an angel fall?”, a seemingly obvious reference to Lucifer and reincarnation.

    None of this strikes me as necessarily evil. Like Christianity, “Satanism” is wide open to interpretation, and looked at from a certain angle, Christianity and Satanism merge into a single philosophy. Christianity is the tale of a divine being who lowered himself to Earth; a temporarily fallen God. As the outspoken adversary of YHWH and his covenants, Christ is literally Satanic. The illumination Christ offers mankind is typical of the “light-bearer”. It is a tenet in some Christian circles that God is within the self (a belief that is congruent with primordial Hinduism). If I believe that God is incarnated in my body, does that make me Christian or Luciferian?

    In my opinion Christ is real, not as a historical figure, but as a spiritual entity. If you submit to this entity, you will experience its beneficence. But if you attempt to make this entity submit to your ego, you will experience its malevolence. In this way, Christ and the devil may be the same thing. It is a reflection of the individual’s desire, whether that desire engenders good or ill. Christ takes the aspect of a devil when Christ is antagonized. Thus those who believe in and fear the devil are actually in a toxic relationship with Christ itself.

    In the Blackstar video, three figures are shown crucified, like Jesus between two thieves. Interestingly, the bodies of the crucified are made of straw. They are literally scarecrows or straw men. I believe this alludes the ahistorical nature of the Gospels. Bowie obviously believes in spiritual power. But he is suggesting that something about the crucifixion is fake, a forgery, an illusion meant to scare or distract people. Those who worship the crucified scarecrow and fear the “devil” have got something about reality very wrong.


    • Replies: @Jefferson Temple
  82. @Supply and Demand

    The article and the responses are two halves of the whole in a little game of distraction.

    “Although I have supported revisionism on the issue of lynchings, pointing out that only 72% of lynching victims were black (meaning 28% were white, because there were only two races in America at the time), and that virtually everyone lynched was either convicted and proved guilty or almost certainly guilty”

    This sentence alone is a dead-hand trigger to dismiss the writer as a pretentious clown. He is claiming to know the facts of “virtually” every case of lynching in the United States. It’s absurd on it’s face, just like his fan-boy musings about the musical offerings of corprorate America, which are entirely rooted in the efforts to control the society as the Empire reached it’s zenith.

    I put it on a par with being a fan of professional wrestling.

    Here’s an example of the US justice system intereacting with the only two races in America, back when America was great and it’s justice system running like a well-oiled machine:

    “In Minnesota, more than 300 Santee Sioux are found guilty of raping and murdering Anglo settlers and are sentenced to hang. A month later, President Abraham Lincoln commuted all but 39 of the death sentences. One of the Native Americans was granted a last-minute reprieve, but the other 38 were hanged simultaneously on December 26 in a bizarre mass execution witnessed by a large crowd of Minnesotans.”

    There is no such thing as a justice system. The system exists to maintain the perception that society is governed by laws. Justice plays no role in the theatrical production.

    Your notion that one commercial entertainment pacification commodity is superior to another is as silly as Anglin’s “article”.

    • Replies: @saggy
  83. Chris Moore says: • Website

    It’s very important for the “Warrior” element to see what Jews like Mayor ((Jacob Frey)) and Attorney General ((Merrick Garland)) are seeing done to people who are stupid enough to go to work bodyguarding Imperial ZOG. Chauvin was simply employing a common Zionist technique used to subdue “terrorists” in Palestine and the Mideast. He probably thought he was “saving Western civilization” just as the Zionists had instructed the War on Terror veterans to do. But the second he became inconvenient, under the bus he goes.

    Most Mideast veterans are now inconvenient to imperial ZOG, because more and more of them know 9/11 was an inside job used as a pretext to catapult them into the Mideast for WW3 against Islam for Israel, the Petrodollar, oil and mineral wealth, Globohomo, and the ((One Percent)). Imperial ZOG America was going to subdue Islamic Civilization the way Imperial ZOG had subdued Christendom/Western Civilization in WW2, at least according the ((liberals)) and ((neocons)) who put them there.

    It didn’t work out so well, and the traditional right is getting restive, as epitomized by the rise of Trump (who despite being an Israel-first Jew stooge was perceived as a threat to the Imperial ZOG establishment).

    So the political class is sending a message to the Warriors: don’t get too uppity, or we’ll throw you out like used Kleenex.

    Lesson: don’t ever get in bed with ((Jews)) because they’re a nest of vipers with no loyalty to “goyim” who will throw you to the wolves in a heartbeat to preserve their “chosen” and privileged way of life.

    Chauvin, really, should have seen this coming, given that his boss was a ((Jew)). But he “trusted the [Zionist] plan.”

    Look at him now, the useful idiot. And there are probably a lot more useful idiot Warriors, even some reading this, who still don’t get it.

  84. VICB3 says:
    @Intelligent Dasein

    What you’re saying is that this is one of those gray areas in a narrative. Clearly, very bad optics played into it. And for the record, I don’t believe that Chauvin is guilty of a damned thing except being in the wrong place at the wrong time. (It was supposed to be his day off, but he came in to help out.)

    That said, I’ve long maintained that what you’re seeing with the whole black vs the police thing is one dysfunctional subculture going head to head with another.

    In the case of the police it’s the whole Us vs Them Thing Blue Line mentality and culture that seems completely at odds with the concept of Metropolitan Policing as envisioned by Sir Robert Peel, the father of modern law enforcement. (*

    Add to the dysfunction the relatively low IQ**, immaturity, post-military PTSD, lack of overall non-police job experience, possible steroid use and the higher than background ~15% psychopathy of cops. Stir into the mix the current right wing fetishizationof the law enforcement and you get the Police Subculture.***

    Again, I’m not saying that Chauvin is any or all of the above, so don’t start. But to repeat, doubtless his former Department, like most Departments, is half of the larger issue – Black Subculture vs Police Subculture – that is neither recognized nor discussed any meaningful fashion.

    Just a thought.


    *And most of them sure as hell aren’t a Sheriff Andy or DCI Barnaby.

    ** IQ is discriminated against in police recruitment

    ***Pick up a copy of Radley Balko’s Rise of the Warrior Cop. Also take a look at his blog.

  85. saggy says: • Website
    @Rufus Clyde

    Lynchings: By State and Race, 1882-1968

    white – 1,297 black – 3,446 total – 4,743

    1297/4743*100 = 27%

  86. @Intelligent Dasein

    While I understand if the police are “abolished” it just means replacing them with a more politically reliable “policing” force, I agree. It’s the police who arrest people for self defense, and arrest those the state targets for punishment. Outside a small town sheriff, where is there a cop who won’t arrest a person (like those two who defended their home from a mob) on higher orders?

    Anyhow, here’s to the ongoing death of this country, and may we make something more beautiful and righteous from the ashes.

    “The America that once was promised.”

  87. @gay troll

    Excellent observation about the strawmen crucifixion and its meaning! I like that.

    I’m not sure (because I’m not a freemason or initiate of any order) but I think your assessment of Christ/Lucifer is close to the masonic belief. Somewhere in Revelation Christ claims to be the Morning Star. That is another name for Lucifer. And, maybe in gnosticism (?), the value assignments are reversed so that Yahweh/Demiurge is the petty, violent tyrant and Satan/Lucifer is the Promethean hero looking out for mankind by bringing the light to humanity. I think all of these things are just different versions of fairy tales by now but they make watching the struggles of mere mortals more interesting.

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  88. @RoatanBill

    Cops can’t protect you and your property for the simple reason that they aren’t there when the criminal strikes.

    I just went out my front door and to my horror discovered that you are right. There is no cop out there protecting me. I then realized that as I go about the town on my daily business there is no cop beside me protecting me from muggers. I had thought that the police were my personal body guards. I was so wrong. Now I see that cops are useless and therefore should not exist.

    But then I remembered that some criminals are in prison and that cops played a role in putting them there. So I am at least temporarily protected from those particular criminals. AND SO ARE YOU.

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  89. @Intelligent Dasein

    George Floyd died of a drug overdose while he was being held down by Derek Chauvin and exclaiming that he couldn’t breathe. That complicates it a little bit.

    No it doesn’t. Chauvin was using a technique approved by Minneapolis PD and is in their training programs. It is all over the United States. It doesn’t cause ANY breathing difficulties whatsoever. Floyd was having trouble breathing because he was overdosing on fenenyl, which affects breathing.

    If I was dying of a drug overdose, I wouldn’t want a cop to pin me down until he made sure I was good and dead.

    If that were true, and you didn’t want a cop to pin you down, then you would STOP resisting arrest and get into the fucking cop car, which resembles the same space that you just had been in in your own car before the cops arrived. And by the way, no one was making sure Floyd was good and dead. With a yowling crazy nasty crowd a few feet away and a drug-addled hyper active arrestee, there wasn’t any time nor interest in anything but keeping their suspect contained and staying safe from the crowd. Why are you imputing motives that are obviously false? Why would you write something so transparently false?

    the police who collectively pose a much greater threat to the lives and liberties of ordinary Americans than black thuggery does.

    So the massive amount and increase of black on black murders (thousands a year in the last few years ) is not a ” threat” compared to the 11 killings by cops in one year? You are obviously lying.

    If we abolished the legacy police force, then the citizens would have to reconstitute a new one for their own protection, and that new one would put down the black thuggery in about 48 hours.

    And how specifically would the new one do that?

    He should get a fair trial and an appropriate sentence, like everyone else should

    His trial was not fair. His sentence was not appropriate. His trial will be overturned on appeal. The prosecutors will be charged for the crimes they have committed.Chauvin will be free within 2 years.

    I don’t think it’s quite the travesty that AA proclaims it to be.

    It is 100 times worse. It’s an obvious travesty of justice that everyone world wide can see. It has destroyed the ideal of fairness that the world admired and flocked to. Unless this trial is reversed there will be no turning back in America.

    Reap what you sow. Reap the whirlwind.

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  90. gay troll says:
    @Jefferson Temple

    Not to beat a dead horse, but the first thing that K. West did after emerging from the mental hospital was bleach his hair:

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  91. throtler says:
    @Tom Marvolo Riddle

    Europe is destroying itself.

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  92. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Floyd ‘cried wolf’ so he was slowly and cruelly murdered

    Dumb nigger swallowed his dope and was made good…lol

    Chauvin did as he was trained to do, nothing more.

    Hopefully you, and all the children of the Left will get to experience full on Marxist Jew Nigger World. 😉

    You truly deserve it.

  93. @europeasant

    Ever thought about executing them, judicially and summarily ?
    Try it, you’ll like it.

  94. @Dave C.

    That’s IDF training for American cops; and of course gets NO publicity in jewsmedia.

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  95. @WorkingClass

    Anyone in prison is the evidence for street cop uselessness. The street cops didn’t prevent the crime for which the criminal is now incarcerated. You’re also conflating all police under the general term of police, where I specifically single out street cops and praise the work detectives, forensics people, investigators, etc do.

    It is the useless street cop like Chauvin that are always in the news. You don’t hear about some forensics professional involved in manhandling people, do you?

    After the useless street cops don’t prevent a crime, the real police go to work investigating along with forensics and other professionals to determine who did what after the fact. They provide a valuable service. The street cops are really there to chase down speeders on the highway to ticket them to offset their salaries. Street cops are an insurance policy for the political class. Their primary function is to harass the citizenry when the citizenry try to get their grievances heard such as the recent school board meeting. Their secondary function is to pretend to protect the public and the terminally stupid never catch on.

    If you do a bit of research, you’ll discover numerous court cases where the courts have affirmed that the police have no duty to protect the citizenry. Just key in no duty to protect into a search engine.

    The gov’t purposely prevents the citizenry from carrying the weapon of their choice because they want the citizenry beholden to them for the phony protection that’s on offer by the useless street cops. Criminals know that the vast majority of people aren’t armed and so are easy targets. The law creates the potential victims the criminals thrive on.

    After a violent criminal is incarcerated, he is usually released to offend again. The recidivism rate among the violent criminals is very high and that doesn’t bother the political class because they have special security to protect them. All I want is for everyone to be armed, if they want, without the gov’t having any say so about it, as my natural right.

    Now, I think I’ve made a substantial case for my position. You on the other hand wrote up a childish screed that show a complete lack of intelligence. If you care to refute my points then we can continue the conversation.

  96. @gay troll

    Sorry, just can’t buy off on this one. Too weird and assumes godlike powers for the actors.

  97. anonymous[238] • Disclaimer says:

    Floyd George was fake. The trial was fake. The sentencing was fake. This is nothing compared to the holocaust. And tomorrow you will be fooled again. And again. And Again. Until the end of time.

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  98. gay troll says:

    Floyd George means “Gray Haired Farmer” and Chauvin Derek means “Supremacist Ruler”. This is Masonic scripting at its finest. Brought to you by the same people who dreamt up Babbitt Ashli, or “Middle Class Ashes”. Oy gevalt! I need a free refill on my popcorn.

  99. KenH says:

    The Judaized system got another white scalp. Again, reverse the races and this isn’t news. Or if George Floyd was white this wouldn’t have been a big deal and the blacks filming it on their phones would have been celebrating.

    We now have a Soviet Justice system where politics take precedence over the facts and law.

    Blacks have been made into a master race by Jewish media domination and even the lives of worthless criminal scum like George Floyd are infinitely more important than average law abiding white people when they are ruthlessly murdered by a black savage.

    I won’t be surprised if the nig nog with gold teeth who shot a white cop in the head in Florida gets a lighter sentence than Derek Chauvin since black criminals are a higher caste than white cops.

    People need to realize that even if Donald Trump got reelected AG Bill Barr was planning on filing civil rights charges against Chauvin so it’s not like voting Republican would have changed anything.

  100. @Supply and Demand

    You are a douchebag.

    Cantos are fully Han, the world’s fastest non-bantu in 100m, Su Bingtian, is one.

    No offense to Manchus. You should ask your father-in-law what he was up to during Japanese occupation. The last Manchu Emperor Puyi was being a puppet and having homosex

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  101. Dave C. says:
    @Cauchemar du Singe

    Yes, there are pictures online of IDF soldiers using it on Palestinian protestors. However, there were several articles online last year stating that the “Maximal Restraint Technique” (MRT) with knee on the upper back and neck is commonly known and trained by police and military riot control – something all the media lied about or ignored in their coverage (both left and right). So it is common, not just from the IDF training. I anticipate however, that is will magically “disappear” from all the police & military riot training manuals, if it hasn’t already. Or new pictures will appear in their place just showing a knee lower down on the shoulder blades. Personally, twice I have seen cops restrain violent resisting guys with this method, with no apparent harm at all after they were cuffed and hobbled.

    Below is a direct link to a pdf submitted by one of the defense lawyers, containing excerpts of the training manual that the MPD used to train Chauvin and the other officers. The MRT description starts on page 8, with the same neck/shoulder restraint photo from the article I linked shown on page 26. So pretty much everyone lied about this being a “criminal assault” on Floyd – prosecutors, media, politicdians. The training maual specifically also mentions the dangerous drug-induced medical condition called “excited delerium” and the need, once restrained, to put the person on their side in the relaxed”recovery postion.” At least one of the other officers suggested Chauvin do this, and he did not. Hence, the negligent manslaugther charge/conviction could be valid (if an unbiased jury so found), but NOT the murder charges. And obviously only for Chauvin (who was the senior officer), not the others. And I said, the federal civil rights charges for all of them are total “piling on” BS – just like Eric Holder tried, but failed, to bring in the Michael Brown case.

    Minnesota courts submission document

  102. BuelahMan says:
    @thou/thee/thine pronouns

    I wouldn’t want a cop to pin me down until he made sure I was good and dead.

    Then, if you had any sense (something George obviously did not) you might not want to pass the bad checks, eat the Fentanyl (or stuff it up your bum), and then resist arrest.

  103. @Rahan

    Yeah, gotta say… you lost me with this one man. Never heard of this metaphor. Not sure what you are alluding to here… fatness is an analogy for… what? Late stage capitalism? Will post updates tho. Starting out in the Balkans.

    Should be fun. My own personal literal fatness level is now 10% bfp. Pretty optimal I think with a BMI of 22.5.

    Just wanted to brag lol, saw an opening ;D

    • LOL: Rahan
  104. @throtler

    Some of it. Still better off than the US. Except maybe the UK, France and Sweden…

  105. @China Japan and Korea Bromance of Three Kingdoms

    I’ve yet to see a Cantonese that doesn’t look like a squat little orange Viet or Lao. The Northern Han and Manchu are China’s white people.

    RE my father in law; He wasn’t born yet! His father was in the Manchukuo government in Mukden, however. The family’s banner land had oil under it and finessed that into a sinecure under both Puyi and Mao.

    Black gold truly transcends internecine Asian politics.

  106. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Not only was Floyd not murdered, but Chauvin was actually trying to save the stupid orc’s life by holding him down and trying to keep him from burning up his diminishing oxygen. How else was a 140 lbs. man supposed to restrain a 230 lbs. gorilla?

    • Troll: Mulga Mumblebrain
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  107. @Hamlet's Ghost

    100/10 for racist insanity-and the competition is FIERCE!!!!!!!

  108. @restless94110

    Your race-hating gibberish ignores the salient fact-no matter how nassty Floyd was, no matter how agitated, he was cuffed, prone and surrounded by armed cops, so kneeling on his throat, cutting off blood and air, was UNNECESSARY, cruel, and murderous.

    • Replies: @restless94110
  109. @Mulga Mumblebrain

    Your race-hating gibberish

    I hate no race and what I say is not gibberish.

    ignores the salient fact-no matter how nassty Floyd was

    Salient? Definition: most noticeable or important. So what is the “salient” fact? You only talk about Floyd, who you seem to think was nasty. Floyd wasn’t nasty. He was a drug addict who had ingested an enormous overdose of fentenyl.That is not nasty. That is reality. The “salient” fact is that Floyd ingested a shitload of drugs and then Floyd RESISTED ARREST. Those are the two (and the only two) SALIENT facts.

    no matter how agitated, he was cuffed, prone and surrounded by armed cops

    What do you mean no matter how agitated? So you are saying that any freak on the street can mess with anybody for any reason? It doesn’t matter if some drug addict hits you in the head with a baseball bat? Are you really this stupid or do you just play a stupid moron on tv?

    He was cuffed because he was RESISTING ARREST. He was prone because he would NOT GET INTO THE POLICE CAR. He was surrounded by armed cops because he WAS A DANGER TO THE COMMUNITY.

    so kneeling on his throat, cutting off blood and air, was UNNECESSARY, cruel, and murderous

    Chauvin did not kneel on his throat. Chauvin did not cut off his blood and air. Chauvin was trained in these NECESSARY and humane non-murderous techniques by his Police Department in order to detain guys who RESIST BEING DETAINED!!!

    Dude,what is wrong with you?? You appear to not be able to understand street life.

    Are you really that stupid or are you just completely evil?

  110. Miro23 says:

    @Intelligent Dasein

    If we abolished the legacy police force, then the citizens would have to reconstitute a new one for their own protection, and that new one would put down the black thuggery in about 48 hours. That is why I’m in favor of defunding the police.

    The top law man in every jurisdiction should be an elected Sheriff. Get the Mayors and City Councils out of it.

    There’s a lot of mileage in this idea. Frontier towns did OK with a locally chosen sheriff, deputy , doctor, judge and schoolteacher.

    Just extend the idea. Keep it cheap, local and everyone knows everyone and pays for it themselves. No need for Washington.

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