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Junkie Drug-Dealer No More! The Great George Floyd Story

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  • EX-Californian Pete April 5, 2021, 5:18 PM

    SERIOUSLY?

    So now they’re worshiping a fentanyl-gulping, crack-smoking, cop-hating, multiple-felony-committing criminal?!?!?
    The world has gone mad, completely, utterly mad.

    Pardon me while I return to my reloading bench and crank out a few hundred more rounds of ammo.

  • gwbnyc April 5, 2021, 5:29 PM

    rather a thug, his history reveals. garbagehead drug addict (*me waving*- but I never hooped it up my can). a problem. nothing but a problem. a problem folded on itself as damascus steel.

    people grow tired of the same screeching template of responses thrown over it. and cleaning it up.

    how soon were the t-shirts issued?

  • Kevin in PA April 5, 2021, 5:35 PM

    Rolling my eyes and shaking my head.
    Did I arrive in some alternate universe where everything is upside out and inside down?

  • ghostsniper April 5, 2021, 7:09 PM

    Looks like Chauvin’s goose is cooked. That’s what he gets for aligning with communists. They will fuk you over every.single.time. So, in order to NOT get fukked by a communist you must kill it first and without hesitation. Kill it smart.

  • jwm April 5, 2021, 7:19 PM

    The Great Inversion continues apace. The Un-makers have canonized their first saint. They have a Scapegoat, now as well, in Mr. Chauvin. The Zeal approaches.

    side note: I bow to no one in the coining of the phrase “The Great Inversion”. I was using it for years before Sailor tossed it out.

    JWM

  • Annie Rose April 6, 2021, 6:27 AM

    People are weird about death. It’s as if the outpouring of public grief is inversely proportional to how much of a scum bucket the person was. This is nothing new, but it is getting worse. I’ve repeatedly seen people who hated someone for being a low life, lazy, always gaming the system and screwing them out of vacation time and overtime, wife cheater, bad father, etc., suddenly elevate that person upon their death to the status of a saint. They cry rivers of tears, insist on grand memorials, and are offended if anyone points out that the person was horribly abusive to everyone. I live in a small town where we have a park and a drainage canal (excuse me, “waterway”) named after two political crooks, one who was found deceased in his easy chair, naked from the waist down, with kiddie porn playing on his tv. His wife called the paramedics. I think the drainage canal is appropriately named for him.

  • ghostsniper April 6, 2021, 6:40 AM

    From the very first time I saw the video it didn’t look like the knee was on the neck.
    Shoulder, yes. Neck, no.

    Then I thought about it and came to the conclusion that if a say, 180lb person put their weight on a persons neck it would break that neck instantly. Yes, I know, not all 180 was on that one knee. Still.

    I balanced what I saw, with what I know, and my experience with the media, and decided the headlines about this negro criminal and the circumstances were mostly fictitious and fraudulent.

  • Jack April 6, 2021, 8:00 AM

    Floyd is as dead as a hammer and it’s just too bad that his drugs didn’t kill him at some point in time well before he stumbled into his date with reality, which IMHO is the only reality that maggot would ever experience. And that, is the only injustice in his death that I can remotely fathom.

    But as black scumbags go Floyd, like so many of his brothers and sisters, was just chump-change. A real Kingfish met his maker in the last few hours…the Honorable Alcee Hastings. That corrupt POS died from pancreatic cancer.

  • Kevin in PA April 6, 2021, 8:37 AM

    Jack, thanks for the good news about Hastings!

    A classic example of a con-man with no scruples, Hastings was found not guilty of taking bribes during his tenure on the federal bench, largely because his fellow conspirator in the crime refused to testify. Later impeached by a democrat-controlled congress, but he played the system on that and IIRC he appealed that decision and it was overturned.
    I also seem to recall he had ties to the Communist Party USA.

    Good riddance.

    Annie also makes a very interesting point and I have a similar experience. Not to speak ill of the dead in this case. An old childhood friend died a couple of years ago (Truth be told I lost 20 friends or family members in a two-year period. Almost one every month. It was chilling). He had a two-year struggle with cancer that started in his colon, spread to his liver, lungs, and eventually his brain.

    He was a life-long party animal. Irresponsible in every way during his drug and drink induced continuous binge of an existence. Never gave a dime of support to the child he fathered. He was by all accounts a loser. Our friendship drifted apart many years ago, as his lifestyle was not mine. During his cancer “treatment’, which was entirely funded by the welfare system, as he was penniless, he never quit drinking, never quit smoking cigarettes…A fact that I simply could not fathom…I mean, why spend the taxpayer money on cancer treatment if you are not going to stop ingesting the shit that is killing you?!

    And maybe that’s it in a nutshell – it wasn’t his money being spent to try and heal him.

    At any rate, there was a large gathering of friends at the wake and many of them shared in spreading his ashes in various places of personal significance to the deceased. Tearful stories were told of the good times shared with my old friend, now passed on. I reflected on this phenomenon as rather odd. What had he achieved in his life? Nothing. What good had he done during his time here on earth? Again, nothing that I can discern….and yet, a large crowd of friends attended his funeral and another memorial held in his honor a year after.

    What struck me, in contrast, was that my Father, a decorated WW2 combat veteran conducted his life operating a small business, raised a family, attended church, was active in civic responsibilities in his community, donated to charity, and generally led the life of a modest, humble and honest man…..and yet, when he died at age 85 and his funeral was attended by myself and less than a handful of surviving family.

    I find it a strange irony.

  • Casey Klahn April 6, 2021, 9:13 AM

    None of it matters. GF is a martyr to the new zeitgeist. He could’ve harmed kittens for giggles, and pulled the wings off of birds. Nothing matters – he is a symbol now, and the uglier he is the better the irony.

    A youtoober recently got off a good one. He was capping off on BenShapiro (TM), who famously tweeted that “facts don’t care about your feelings”. How insightful. Yawwwwn. Felix Rex, a nobody to me on youboob YouTube countered him with “feelings don’t care about your facts” as the real zeitgeist of the man on the street.

    Stolen election? The hell you say! Biden’s an idiot? Fukoff, man. Communism is bad? Bring it!

    OK, I’ll put my feet on the ground just for a minute. I could see in the first videos that GF was resisting arrest. Guess what? Bl-cks get a pass for that, and they get it on the spot! They have this weird light that surrounds them and makes them responsibility-proof to the cops. However, gravity sucks and the clock unwinds enough in a cop-encounter and see how long it takes to get kilt by one. Better to go out stoned, I guess. See the recent vid of the ladyofcolor resisting arrest, gets in her car (!), gets tazed by the cop, manages to retrieve her handgun from her purse, pops the cop, he pops her back, she drives off, I think, and dies behind the wheel. You see: resist arrest works great probably several times in a row until it doesn’t work so well. Cops are stupid. look at Seattle/Portland and tell me cops are policing and. I hate to say it; it’s a lot of farce.

    I read another pundit this morning on the subject of evergreen trees that threaten to lynch minorities. His money quote was that f everything is racist, then nothing is racist.

    Put a dome over Minneapolis and Warsaw it. Yesterday. Who needs that fukn place? All it does for me is put my existence in danger and I’m fed up with it. See? I’m in the stream of the Zeitgeist; I have convinced myself that burning Minneapolis to the ground in a riot is for the best. I am waiting for a knock on the door over that statement. Mr White? Did you type this on the internet? Meanwhile, all across the country, Twittur users of a protected class will be typing the exact same thing and it’s sanctioned? Feel that? Feels like war, huh?

  • PA Cat April 6, 2021, 9:29 AM

    Apropos of Kevin in PA’s friend, the “life-long party animal. Irresponsible in every way during his drug and drink induced continuous binge of an existence. Never gave a dime of support to the child he fathered. He was by all accounts a loser.”
    Given the behavioral parallels, it’ll be interesting to see Hunter Biden’s send-off when Old Scratch finally comes for him.

  • Harry April 6, 2021, 9:55 AM

    And here we are: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bizarro_World
    ‘In the Bizarro world of “Htrae”, society is ruled by the Bizarro Code which states “Us do opposite of all Earthly things! Us hate beauty! Us love ugliness! Is big crime to make anything perfect on Bizarro World!”[2] In one episode, for example, a salesman is doing a brisk trade selling Bizarro bonds: “Guaranteed to lose money for you”. Later, the mayor appoints Bizarro No. 1 to investigate a crime, “Because you are stupider than the entire Bizarro police force put together”. This is intended and taken as a great compliment.’

  • Lance de Boyle April 6, 2021, 10:44 AM

    Of course they celebrate Floyd. They are just like him. They need such as he to release the inner chimp. Burning down a city is tribal ritual. A really large bonfire, natives hopping around, hooting and flapping, raptor-white teeth in grotesque grins reflecting the flames, pants down to knees, making baboon display, fat-ass females waving flabby arms, bony revolutionaries, fresh out of feces, throwing rocks at empty police stations. Let it burn. Salt the ground with fentanyl.
    The festivities seem to go off at regular intervals now.
    One day they’ll be taking heads.

  • ghostsniper April 6, 2021, 11:31 AM

    Lance sed: “One day they’ll be taking heads.”
    ============
    They’ll take the heads of those that deserve to be taken the most – they that use them the least.
    You can’t be around negro’s much to realize what that “culture” is all about, and those that are in favor of that have not been around it much, or, are completely braindead and need to be submerged fully into it until they expire.

  • Dirk April 6, 2021, 5:00 PM

    The elements of all three felony crimes,,,,,, have not been met. He may be railroaded, upon appeal he will win, Atlanta will burn yet again.

    Village Idiot

  • Vanderleun April 6, 2021, 7:26 PM

    “Atlanta will burn again”??

    Couldn’t happen to a more worthy town.

  • hooodathunkit April 6, 2021, 9:16 PM

    George Floyd was just about to turn his life around when he was killed by the police. Any body with eyes could see they killed him dead. Chauvin had his knee on George’s neck and just kept it there. In fact, they say it’s still there on his neck.

  • LargeMarge April 7, 2021, 5:32 AM

    You wrote ‘memorialized’, but I saw ‘commercialized’.

    Weird, eh?
    My tiny brains associate the phrases ‘george floyd’, ‘fallen hero’, or ‘end-of-watch’ with the darnedest stuff.
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    notes:
    * no amount of ‘[sarc]’ labelling could possibly convey my intentions concerning this comment

  • EX-Californian Pete April 7, 2021, 8:38 AM

    Seems that Liberals and militant blacks don’t realize that by trying to turn “Fentanyl Floyd” into some kind of “saint,” they are actually making millions and millions of previously unbiased people into genuine, Negro-hating racists.
    Heck, maybe that’s what they’re actually trying to do, to start a race war?

  • Nori April 7, 2021, 8:57 AM

    Burn Atlanta again? Why yes,please.
    Start with the CDC.

  • Snakepit Kansas April 8, 2021, 6:20 AM

    There appears to be a lack of depth in a vision for the future if the prize has something to do with George Floyd. Rather, looking up to an individual like Walter Williams or Thomas Sowell should be the vision for the future of all Americans. Instead, a habitual criminal is eulogized and the likes of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and other losers are the leaders for a lifestyle that does not promote rugged individualism, but excuses. I have done well in life, yet have had a professional and personal setbacks. Pushed out of a job? Wife left? Financially broke? Yep, and all of that was replaceable as I just traded up. The crucible of life has wrung me out of tears. Damn folks, harden up.

  • Jim April 9, 2021, 1:20 AM

    My only and older brother makes Floyd look damn near like a choirboy. 65 years old, and his latest 6 count felony trial started on Monday, and continues, still. Picture, if you will, a 27 page Rap Sheet, including two Federal Prison cruises for bank robberies. Not to mention a nearly endless list of strongarm robberies, burglaries, drug-possession charges and more. Ever, so much more.

    Floyd pointed a loaded gun at a woman’s pregnant belly, to threaten her. My brother forced his then g/f to actually go through with that abortion, and KILL that wee baby in the womb.

    I won’t worship Floyd. But in comparison, I’d damn near buy the dude a beer.

    Jim
    Sunk New Dawn
    Galveston, TX

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