By chance, do you remember how Prince died? It seems quite a while ago.

Nobody could explain the sudden heart attack until such time as the corner got involved and informed us that he had fentanyl in his system. Heck of a guitarist, and a tragic loss to be certain.

Now fentanyl is a drug that is about as addictive as anything you can name. It also has a tendency to increase coronary problems.

I bring up that piece of history because it seems to me that nobody’s considered it in light of current events.

Regular readers here will perhaps remember that I mentioned either yesterday or the day before the George Floyd had fentanyl in his system as well as methamphetamines, that there was no physical evidence of asphyxiation, but there was evidence of coronary issues and and the ruling, properly, was that of a heart attack.

Now, two points here. First, if you’re screaming anything at all, your airways are not being blocked. This would be completely consistent with the coroner’s report. That said however, a heart attack will often give as a warning sign, difficulty breathing.

Which leads me to the second point, it seems likely the coronary issues were involved with George Floyd’s death. Coronary issues brought on by fentanyl and the meth.

In short, the cop didn’t kill George Floyd. George Floyd killed George Floyd.

Then, there is George Floyd’s arrest history.

In 1998 he was sentenced to 10 months in prison for armed robbery.

In 2002 he was sentenced to 8 months in jail for cocaine possession..

In 2004 he was sentenced to 10 months in jail for cocaine possession.

In 2005 he was sentenced yet again to 10 months in jail for cocaine possession.

In 2007 he attempted to rob a pregnant woman in her robe and was sentenced to 5 years in jail.

When he died, the man was high as a kite on methamphetamines and fentanyl.

Now ask yourself a question.. who is it that would benefit from these points being ignored? Who would benefit from the emotionally polluted rush to judgment that we have seen in this case, which by the way is not unlike the rush to judgment that we saw with regards to the supposed Russia collusion case, the supposed sexual attack charges against Judge kavanaugh, against Judge Thomas, the Trayvon Martin case, the Michael Brown case, and so on.

As with those cases, we are being manipulated, people.

I mean, has anybody mentioned the idea that if you’re not doing something illegal, the cops will leave you alone?

The whole “white guilt” schtick is part and parcel of that manipulation.

In the case of Brown and Martin the usual suspects ignored their questionable history in their quest to make martyrs of them, just as they are doing with Floyd.

All of which raises the question, “Why are the subjects of black martyrdom of late, such abject losers?

It’s mostly because as Shelby Steele says,

That’s because the only politically correct way to see blacks is as victims of larger forces that are constantly determining them and beating them and miring them in difficulty.”

Consider closely the words of Candace Owens in this:

Notice please, the Shelby Steele quote as regards Black culture. This is vital to this discussion because as I have said for many years in these spaces, 99% of what is perceived as racial matters anymore is in fact cultural matters.

As a result of what Steele and Owens call a culture embracing the lowest common denominator, a large part of Black America and Black American opinion, doesn’t see a problem with the history of George Floyd, Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, Rodney King etc,…. At least they don’t, once it’s exposed. In fact, they will call racist, anyone who exposes those histories, or if they happen to be black like Shelby Steele, Candace Owens Walter Williams, Bill Cosby Etc, they will be labeled as Uncle Tom.

There are people in our world and understand all of this… And are manipulating these forces to further disrupt our society at the expensive minorities particularly but everybody in the end.

I address that in full, here.

One Response to “Who Benefits, And Who Loses?”

  1. A martyr is person killed for a belief.  In the cases of George Floyd and the long string of dead blacks proclaimed as martyrs, such as Trevon Martin, Rodney King, Michael Brown etc. had no noteworthy beliefs beyond being a criminal.  Ms. Owens makes the point while she deplores Floyds death she refuses to kneel at his altar.  If BLM wants a black Martyr, they first have to find black worthy of martyrdom.