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  • Twitter hides Trump tweet for ‘glorifying violence’

    Twitter has hidden a tweet by President Donald Trump from his profile, saying it violates rules about glorifying violence.

    It did the same hours later when the official White House account tweeted a copy of the president’s words.

    Instead of being deleted, both tweets can be viewed by clicking on a prominent warning.

    What was this horrible thing?

    The president said he would “send in the National Guard”, and followed that up with a warning that “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”

    This has just destroyed any utility that Twitter has as a means of communicating between a government and its people. Trump should order all government employees off of Twitter, on penalty of firing, and remove all departments from it.

    Twitter should heed this court decision:

    Blocking users from viewing his Twitter account — a feature offered by the social media platform — is unconstitutional and a violation of the First Amendment, Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald wrote in her ruling.

    “While we must recognize, and are sensitive to, the President’s personal First Amendment rights, he cannot exercise those rights in a way that infringes the corresponding First Amendment rights of those who have criticized him,” Buchwald wrote.

    Right back at you, Twitter. You cannot exercise your First Amendment rights in a way that excludes those of others, and since you host a public space and not a private platform, you need to quit it with this nonsense. Then again, you will not; you are run by soy froot Leftists. Therefore, you and the rest of Big Tech must be destroyed. Trump floated a gentle executive order so that he could allow you to screw up and prove that he needs to go harder.

  • Attorney: Evidence doesn’t support criminal charges in Floyd’s death

    “That video is graphic and horrific and terrible and no person should do that,” Freeman said. “But my job in the end is to prove that he violated a criminal statute, and there’s other evidence that does not support a criminal charge… I will not rush to justice.”

    After the press conference ended, Freeman’s office clarified the meaning of ‘other evidence.’

    “Evidence not favorable to our case needs to be carefully examined to understand the full picture of what actually happened,” the statement reads. “This happens in every case. ”

    Heretical truths: police almost never stop someone for no reason. The only time this happens is in small towns where one family has control of the police and also political leadership. Floyd did something to get pinned down, whether mouthing off or resisting violently or attacking the police. Mouthing off frequently accompanies assault, so police are wary of it. For them, goal #1 is to get home at the end of their shift. Most resentment toward the police is actually resentment toward bad laws or diversity.

    The problem we have in this case is a gap between videos:

    In the video, Floyd can be seen talking with the officers, but he does not appear to struggle as they walk him over to the squad car parked across the street. At the very end of the video, the door to the squad car across the street opens up, although it is difficult to see whether the officers are trying to load Floyd in the vehicle.

    A viral video later surfaced showing a white officer, who was identified as Derek Chauvin, kneeling on Floyd’s neck while Floyd pleaded, “Please, please, I can’t breathe.” After several minutes, Floyd became unresponsive. He was taken to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

    We need to know what happened between those two videos, and consider whether any society where a Muslim shopkeeper calls in a complaint about check-forging by African-American customers who then must be detained by white and Asian officers will ever end up well. Most of us react to the sadness, pointlessness, and ugliness of this event, but we rarely think about the causes of events like these.

    In fact, even mainstream media is counter-signaling the protests with barely-stated facts:

    Minneapolis police said in a statement earlier this week that officers had been responding to an alleged forgery on Monday evening and that during the arrest, Floyd “physically resisted” them.

    However, surveillance footage from the nearby Dragon Wok restaurant does not appear to support the claim that Floyd resisted arrest during the initial encounter. However, there are several minutes where Floyd’s and the officers interactions cannot be seen from the camera’s vantage point.

    Finally we get more information on what killed Floyd:

    Police were trying to put Floyd in a squad car Monday when he stiffened and fell to the ground, saying he was claustrophobic, a criminal complaint said. Chauvin and Officer Tou Thoa arrived and tried several times to get the struggling Floyd into the car.

    Chauvin pulled Floyd out of the passenger side, and the handcuffed Floyd went to the ground face down. Officer J.K. Kueng held Floyd’s back and Officer Thomas Lane held his legs while Chauvin put his knee on Floyd’s head and neck area, the complaint said.

    When Lane asked if Floyd should be rolled onto his side, Chauvin said, “No, staying put is where we got him.” Lane said he was “worried about excited delirium or whatever.”

    An autopsy said the combined effects of being restrained, potential intoxicants in Floyd’s system and his underlying health issues, including heart disease, likely contributed to his death. It revealed nothing to support strangulation as the cause of death.

    In the meantime, weak government has signaled that riots will always get it to obey what the herd wants, guaranteeing more riots in the future, instead of simply following normal procedure of investigation, filing charges if warranted, and then arrest.

    Not surprisingly, this has empowered our enemies:

    As the protest in the US state of Minnesota resembled Hong Kong riots last year in protesting means and police response, Chinese netizens who referred it as “a beautiful sight to behold,” as US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the Hong Kong demonstrations, mocked US double standards and wished more “beautiful sights” of this kind in the US.

    We are not going to win this Cold War with diversity. In fact, if we do not lose diversity, we are going to lose this war. China has been dumping this propaganda on us for three-quarters of a century now. They know diversity is our weak spot and the hill that we elect to die upon. If we suddenly drop diversity, China loses a strategy.

  • Radical Circles’ Commemorations of Budapest Stabbing Victims Go on without Major Incident

    Two gatherings, one comprised of football fans, and another demonstration by far-right Mi Hazánk, were held yesterday in the wake of last week’s fatal stabbing in downtown Budapest. The larger one, that of the fans, attracted some 3,000 people, and besides some anti-Roma slogans, it went on peacefully. The events still drew controversy, as many fear racism, and weeks ago police showed their other face in a government-critical demonstration.

    Diversity does not work.

    Most people are unable to critically analyze any political situation.

    Add those two up, and you have the same loop as happens with Roma diversity in Europe: multiple groups revenging themselves on each other in order to jockey for power, meaning that society bleeds out its energy and passion in constant pointless activity.

  • Monkeys ‘escape with COVID-19 samples’ after attacking lab assistant

    One of the monkeys was later spotted in a tree chewing one of the sample collection kits, the Times of India reported – adding that test samples from the patients had to be taken again.


  • Bullets rip through Indianapolis mosque, faith leaders call for hate crime investigation

    Outside surveillance video shows a red car drive by the mosque. If you slow the video down, you can make out sparks of light. Muslim leaders said that’s gunfire.

    “In a possible hate crime against the mosque and an act of attempted murder against those inside,” said Hiba Alami with the Indiana Muslim Advocacy Network.

    We have no idea who was in the car, if they shot a gun (or merely tossed a cigarette), and if they shot a gun, why they fired. Who knows if it was a “hate crime” at all?

  • Wrestling coach in Washington state fired over post on George Floyd’s detention

    Dave Hollenbeck, a first-year coach at Bethel High School in Spanaway, about 45 miles south of Seattle, uploaded a photo to Facebook of himself on the floor, smiling, with a knee to the back of his neck, similar to images of Floyd, a 46-year-old African American man, who died on Monday after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white officer, Derek Chauvin, who had his knee on Floyd’s neck for about eight minutes.

    Hollenbeck, 44, wrote in the post: “Not dead yet I’m doing this for … police officers the media is a race baiting machine and I’m tired of it I’m going to speak out every time if you don’t like that I’m sorry but I love All people.. Wake up America.”

    You would fire him for this? Insane. White America has become a giant fruitcake which is so terrified of controversy that it has gone insane. Diversity does this to people: without a single standard, anyone can be caught in violation of the line of what is “offensive” at any time and destroyed, so people over-react in order to avoid their fifteen minutes of dark fame. And yet, this just makes the problem worse.

  • 7 shot as Breonna Taylor supporters protest in downtown Louisville

    Last night and early this morning protesters took to the streets in downtown Louisville to express their deep frustration about the Breonna Taylor case. While the situation is still unfolding, we know (there) were several hours of peaceful protest before some in the crowd turned violent, leading to seven people being shot from within the crowd. Five are in good condition; two were sent to surgery.

    While in this case there was a clear bungle about the address, the big question remains whether or not the police identified themselves. If they did and he shot anyway, this will end quickly. In the meantime, more neighborhoods will burn to scare whitey into giving up and throwing money at the problem, especially white women.

  • Protest in downtown Columbus broken up after demonstrators breach Ohio Statehouse

    Peaceful protests in Columbus turned violent when some involved began throwing objects at police officers. Police responded by using tear gas to push the crowd back. The crowd let up, but an hour later the protest escalated when demonstrators smashed windows at the Ohio Statehouse while some went inside the building.

    Everywhere diversity goes, destruction and misery follow. As well as quite a few deracinated, hollow-eyed and broken neurotic people.

    Currently there are “I can’t breathe” anti police brutality protests ongoing in:

  • US Public Perceptions of an Intelligence Quotient Test Score Gap Between Black Americans and White Americans

    Research over several decades has indicated that the average IQ test score among Black Americans is lower than the average IQ test score among White Americans, but in weighted results from a national nonprobability survey, only about 41% of US adults indicated awareness of this IQ gap.

    Watch what ideology does to society, namely turning everything into propaganda and denying obvious reality. Diversity is part of the Leftist ideology of egalitarianism. We will only be sane, healthy, and good when we are no longer equal, and we no longer have diversity among us wrecking things.

  • Minneapolis protests escalate over George Floyd killing – in pictures


  • Trump says the U.S. will cut ties with World Health Organization

    “China has total control over the World Health Organization despite only paying $40 million per year compared to what the United States has been paying, which is approximately $450 million a year,” Trump said during a news conference in the White House Rose Garden.

    “The world needs answers from China on the virus. We must have transparency. Why is it that China shut off infected people from Wuhan to all other parts of China?” he added. “It didn’t go to Beijing, it went nowhere else, but they allowed them to freely travel throughout the world, including Europe and the United States.”

    China found out that $40m in bribes is more effective than $450m in budget.

  • MIT elects first black woman student body president in its 159-year history

    She served as the diversity officer last year.

    “In terms of coming from that diversity space and being focused on promoting equity across MIT, it would kind of be important to have someone in the President’s role who’s focused on that,” she said.

    She said she plans to use her platform to make the school as inclusive as possible.

    In the Soviet Union, they promoted people for political reasons, too.

  • Sweden’s economy actually grew in the first quarter after it opted against a full virus lockdown

    Contrast to the devastated American economy. Over a longer time scale, the Swedish casualties will not seem disproportionately high.

  • Man accused of killing North Dakota officer has long record

    This is why police are jumpy and will jump on you if you mouth off or struggle during an arrest.

  • Austrian police publish honey-trap photos in Strache inquiry

    But Mr Csefan says the investigation’s findings so far indicate that “foreign financing or a secret service background can be ruled out”.

    Someone wanted the far-Right taken down, so sent in the honey to make them mouth off and destroy their political careers.

  • Gay weddings boost U.S. economy by $3.8 billion since landmark ruling

    And yet:

    While there are no estimates available for the number of gay surviving spouses who will benefit from this week’s ruling, survivors benefits account for over 12 percent of SSA benefits paid. In a single month in 2019, 6 million survivors received $7 billion in benefits.

  • COVID-19: China says Wuhan wet market was site of ‘superspreader’ event, not ground zero

    “The market played a role in the event, that’s clear. But what role we don’t know, whether it was the source or amplifying setting or just a coincidence that some cases were detected in and around that market,” said Dr. Peter Ben Embarek, a WHO expert on food safety and zoonotic viruses.

    And yet:

    A forthcoming Australian scientific study concludes that the coronavirus causing the global pandemic contains unique properties suggesting it was manipulated in a Chinese laboratory and was not the result of a natural occurrence.

    The preliminary report of the study, which is now being peer-reviewed, is based on computer modeling of the virus’ ability to infect various animals, including humans. It was published May 13 on the Cornell University website, which is used for discussion of pre-publication papers.

    Nikolai Petrovsky, the lead researcher, said his team suspects human manipulation in Wuhan because of the unmatched ability of the virus’ protruding spike to infect human cells.

  • Not far from the LAC, satellite picks up Chinese armour, artillery

    Highly placed sources told The Indian Express that a detailed analysis of satellite images has shown extensive deployment of towed artillery and mechanised elements on the Chinese side, bringing Indian deployments within striking distance.

    Satellite images also show the presence of at least 16 tanks with a mix of infantry combat vehicles, though camouflaged. Flatbed trucks, excavator machines, dumper trucks too have been identified in the imagery, sources said, adding that these suggest permanent defences are being prepared by the Chinese in the area.

    China just seized part of India.

  • Testing blitz in San Francisco shows Covid-19 struck mostly low-wage workers

    Early in the coronavirus outbreak, as the first infected patients trickled into Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, Diane Havlir noticed a troubling trend. Most were Latinx, most were men, and most were young.

  • UK considers opening citizenship ‘path’ for 300,000+ Hong Kong residents, if China pursues security law

    The offer would apply only to Hong Kongers who possess a document known as the British National Overseas (BNO) passport, which was granted to residents who registered for it prior to Britain handing Hong Kong back to China in 1997.

    More than 314,000 BNO holders reside in the semi-autonomous territory, according to the Home Office. Their status currently entitles them to seek consular assistance from the UK, but is not equivalent to British citizenship.

    Government views its citizens as disposable and wants to replace them.

  • Former PLA official says China can’t invade Taiwan

    Former Lieutenant Colonel Yao Cheng (姚誠) of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Naval Command said on Thursday (May 28) that high-level power struggles within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mean Beijing does not have the military strength to invade Taiwan.

  • 12% of UK immigration staff had Covid-19 symptoms from January to April

    There were 23.7m arrivals into the UK by air, land and sea in the first three months of the year, including 18.1m arrivals by air between 1 January and 23 March.

    Way to make a Petri dish out of the UK, democracy.

  • Half of Britain is broke – and the other half is richer than ever

    When was the last time you filled up the car? Bought a train ticket? Paid an air fare? Ordered a new sofa? Or even just bought a latte or booked the cinema? Days now go by when I do not spend one pence. And I know I’m far from alone. Figures emerging across Europe reveal that forced saving is happening on an unprecedented scale.

    You cannot do this in America; property taxes guarantee that you are paying a second mortgage just to keep your home, or your landlord is and passing that cost on down to you.

  • ‘Nothing short of staggering’: How controlled entrances at Liquor Marts have reduced thefts

    Under the new controlled entrances, customers have their photo identification scanned to check their name and birth date before they can fully enter a Liquor Mart.

    The Costco model works. In the future, all stores are going to keep track of who you are.

  • Sacramento sheriff releases video, investigative files on 2017 killing of unarmed black man

    Leftists decide to cash in on the talking point for today.

  • US: Transgender sports inclusion violates others’ rights

    Connecticut’s policy allowing transgender girls to compete as girls in high school sports violates the civil rights of athletes who have always identified as female, the U.S. Education Department has determined in a decision that could force the state to change course to keep federal funding and influence others to do the same.

    We are seeing how “rights” based in the individual do not work, while duties and privileges do, in many areas. This will ripple throughout American law, which always favors the underdog, because now we recognize that other parties are victimized by our preference for the underdog.

  • French mortality rate in May below previous years despite epidemic

    The agency also reported that while death rates increased with age for those over 50 during the epidemic, fewer younger people died, probably because the lockdown led to a drop in other causes of death, notably accidents.

    French mortality rates between May 1 and 18 were 6% lower than in May 1-18, 2019 and 1% below that period in 2018, provisional data showed.

  • Report: Little or no benefit to widespread mask use

    The public health officials said that five of eight systematic reviews found no evidence that the use of masks would provide any benefit in controlling sources of infection or protecting healthy persons from exposure to respiratory infections.

    Back to contact tracing.

  • Graves of veterans vandalized with torn American flags, police say

    Over three days, police fielded criminal mischief calls on May 25 and 26 that led to more than 100 flags being found torn from their posts and placed on the graves of veterans at the cemetery.

    The counterculture and diversity hate you, America.

  • 74 Percent of Britons Think China Covered up Initial Coronavirus Outbreak, Poll Shows

    Seventy-four percent of those surveyed believe that the Chinese government “covered or hid the seriousness of the threat from coronavirus when it first emerged.”

    The virus originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan before spreading worldwide. Local officials have been accused of silencing whistleblower doctors when reports of the sickness first emerged, and later underreporting the number of infections and deaths in the city.

    Conscious decoupling intensifies.


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