How COVID Lockdowns Amplified the Current Violence
June 1, 2020 – The death of George Floyd while in the custody of a disgraced police officer with an atrocious record for abusing his power is as tragic as the hundreds that came before it. This was the first time I can recall a police officer being fired prior to any investigation into what happened. That alone speaks volumes.
But if it was not for the COVID LOCKDOWNS that have caused soaring unemployment above 30% and a forced social isolation, the violence on the streets would not be anywhere near as bad as it currently is. In her campaign statement Liz Glass, candidate for New York State Senate in District 27 had this to say about “social distancing:”
It should be noted that social distancing is a euphemism for social isolation, which was developed 70 years ago by the CIA and deployed against enemies of the state because it is more effective at breaking people down than any form of physical torture.
No job, no money, no hope, no social contact all add up to a unique form of torture. George Floyd’s tragic murder was the spark that ignited this fuel of hopelessness, despair and abandonment that is the fault of Governor’s who have sacrificed thousands of lives in the name of protecting “public health.” Of course we needed a public health response to COVID, but not by sacrificing everything else in its name. When the history books are written, Governor Cuomo, Mayor Bill De Blasio and many others will be noted as failing to strike that balance in a sensible way. That is unelss the goal was the destruction of the fabric of liberty and freedom in American society. Then these politicians will get a 10 out of 10 for their efforts!
Protests and civil disobedience are notoriously infiltrated by various groups working alternative agendas. The far-right neo-nazi movement could easily stoke the flames of riots to move us closer to the race war they have claimed for decades is inevitable. The far-left antifa never misses a chance to inflict violence and havoc anywhere, anytime and claim it is justified in a war against capitalism.
Take a look at this video of Black residents in Minneapolis who stop white protesters and remind them, “This is not your space.” The Black residents say they appreciate support from white protesters, but that they must stop destroying the Black community they have come into.
Isn’t that odd? White protesters in a Black neighborhood, destroying it?
BUT THERE IS REAL HOPE!!!
Nevertheless we are seeing other amazing things happening, such as the following video, where a protester and a police officer hug: not all cops are racists, not all protesters are thugs…
THIS is what THE POWERS THAT BE (TPTB) fear the most. When it comes time to enforce their Draconian laws on us – such as removing children from homes due to contact tracing or force vaccinating New Yorkers – if the local authorities won’t do it it won’t happen. This is where TPTB fear us the most — in Black, White, Brown, Red, Yellow and everyone coming together and stopping the madness and chaos they benefit from.