As hard as it has been to do, I have now watched the video of the murder of George Floyd carefully a number of times. I have watched the movements, or lack thereof, of everybody visible. The facts are well known. Mr. Floyd was handcuffed, thrown to the ground, and
We aren’t the only onesworried about rioting at home?the UK is too. The Ministry of Defense (the equivalent of our Pentagon) has made plans in case there is a “summer of discontent” coming up in the UK, caused by the recession.
In the March 1st edition of the Express, Geraint Jones quotes a dissident blogger as writing, “How to keep warm during the credit crunch? Burn a banker.” Ideas like this have the DOD worried. They?re worried that normally law-abiding citizens who have lost their jobs and their homes may take to the streets. And as the French learned during the ten years of their revolution, starting in 1789, in Western countries, it’s the middle class that ferments revolution.