By Walid Shoebat and Theodore Shoebat
“What is not being told is the violent criminal history of George Floyd. The media will not air this”
— Bob Kroll, president of the Minneapolis Police Union
How fast did Americans forget the movie Innocence of Muslims? The lousy movie created such buzz and havoc, where Muslims across the globe went up in arms blaming the West over this movie that depicted their Prophet Muhammad as a pedophile for marrying the 9 year old A’isha. Americans responded to all this saying that in America we should all feel free to criticize Prophet Muhammad. It is said that a Jewess finally poisoned Muhammad and murdered him. Who in the West condemns this Jewess for finally putting an end of a pedophile and an anti-women prophet?
Yet America is up-in-arms over prophet George Floyd, a man who once put a gun on a poor lady’s belly while her infant was right by her side; Prophet Floyd’s partner in crime proceeded to pistol whip her and Floyd with his gang of thieves went rummaging through her home and robbed her jewelry.
Where are all the woman’s rights advocates in America who bring up this story?
Prophet Floyd is now elevated as the beacon of freedom from ‘police brutality’ and the ‘white-man’s’ tyranny. People get fired for expressing the slightest opinion about this malefactor whose death was elevated to martyrdom. Street thugs were free to loot and rob in Floyd’s name, but God forbid anyone voice an opposing view about Floyd for whose sake sacrifices must be done. One of America’s longest running reality TV police show COPS had to be sacrificed and cancelled. One federal officer was murdered in Oakland, another retired officer murdered and several officers injured. Then I read headlines with: Writer Craig Gore Fired Over Controversial Comments Amid George Floyd Protests. HBO Max has pulled “Gone with the Wind” from its library of films … everyone of public status must declare that there is no God but Allah, and Floyd is His messenger.
Dare anyone blaspheme Prophet Floyd and they could easily lose their job. Today, in the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave, there exists no brave soul who dare publicly stand up and curse Prophet Floyd or expose him for what he truly was. The poor woman who suffered Floyd’s thuggery got no recognition while prophet, porn actor and criminal Floyd caused the whole earth to tremble, shake and weep. Such masses of hypocrites are all flocking to worship Floyd’s phallus, stepping on each other’s toes like a hoard of prostitutes of whom the true prophet Ezekiel said of these:
“She lusted for the lechers of Egypt, whose members are like those of donkeys, whose thrusts are like those of stallions.” (Ezekiel 23:20)
Indeed, there are no laws in America to prevent us from stating what we feel or believe, but there is a social-arm-twisting mechanism that is so powerful it reaches everywhere, from social media, to major media, sports and corporate entities; these have unwritten laws they enacted where folks lose their livelihood for making a peep that goes against the grain. America, while it speaks of having ‘better freedoms’ than all nations on earth, in reality has the least amount of freedom on earth.
Land of the Free and Home of the Braves my foot. This is the land of cowards and home of hypocrites. I say go shred the Constitution. It has become nothing but an ornament.
What a nation of losers.
With all of this fixation and talk about George Floyd, what is not that surprising (given the hysterical ways of the masses) is the very little attention given to the character of this man who, until just a couple of weeks ago, nobody knew but now is posthumously making the earth shake against authority.
George Floyd, minutes before getting arrested, gave a fake $20 to a store employee to get a pack cigarettes. Now, you can argue that he may not have known that the bill was fake, but when a store employee told Floyd as was sitting in his car that the $20 bill was fake and requested that he return the pack of cigarettes, Floyd was belligerent and refused. As the New York Times reported: “Mr. Floyd’s case began with a report of a counterfeit $20 bill that a storekeeper said he tried to pass to buy cigarettes.” A regular customer to the store, Angel Stately, spoke with the clerk who showed her the bill and recounted that it was so obviously fake that “The ink was still running”. The NYT report goes on to detail:
The fatal encounter began just before 8 p.m., when Mr. Floyd entered Cup Foods, a community store run by four brothers, and a store clerk claimed that he had paid for cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 bill. The police got a call from the store at 8:01 p.m.
“Mr. Floyd did not voluntarily get in the car and struggled with the officers, intentionally falling down, saying he was not going in the car, and refusing to stand still”
Security footage shows Floyd falling down and also resisting being placed inside the police vehicle:
There is also footage that appears to show struggle between officers and Floyd:
The officer pinned down Floyd by pressing his knee on his neck. While this is common procedure, it is used to control the person just enough to handcuff him. Floyd was already handcuffed while officer Chauvin continued to press his knee against Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes before he died of, according to the Hennepin County autopsy, “cardiopulmonary arrest” and “neck compression.” The excessiveness of the officer should not be praised. But at the same time, what also should not be accepted and revered is the extreme shift a lot of people are making towards the police (I am speaking of calls to abolish the police) and the exaltation of George Floyd as some sort of hero and martyr when the reality is that he was a mischivious person with a long criminal record. As NBC reported:
Citing court records, The Houston Chronicle reported that Floyd had several brushes with the law, starting with a 1997 drug charge in Houston. His last case was an aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon charge in 2007, which resulted in a conviction and a five-year prison sentence.
What did this aggravated assault look like? According to the Houston Chronicle Floyd was “accused of being part of a home robbery by six men and pistol whipping a woman in front of an infant.” The robbery consisted of Floyd and several other thieves breaking into a woman’s home and Floyd putting the pistol against her stomach and then stole jewelry. As we read in the Daily Mail:
The final straw for Floyd came after serving five years in prison in 2009 for aggravated assault stemming from a robbery in 2007 where he entered a woman’s home, pressed a gun into her stomach and searched the home for drugs and money, according to court records.
Floyd pleaded guilty to the robbery where another suspect posed as a worker for the local water department, wearing a blue uniform in an attempt to gain access to the woman’s home, according to the charging document.
But when the woman opened the door, she realized he was not with the water department and attempted to close the door, leading to a struggle.
At that time, a Ford Explorer pulled up to the home and five other males exited the car and went up to the front door.
The report states the largest of the group, who the victim later identified as Floyd, ‘forced his way inside the residence, placed a pistol against the complainant’s abdomen, and forced her into the living room area of the residence.
‘This large suspect then proceeded to search the residence while another armed suspect guarded the complainant, who was struck in the head and sides by this second armed suspect with his pistol while she screamed for help.’
Not finding any drugs or money at the house, the men took jewelry and the woman’s cell phone and fled in their car. A neighbor who witnessed the robbery took down the car’s license plate number.
Now one can say that Floyd did his time in prison for his crime, and this is true. But it looks like Floyd did not really change his ways, since he tried to rob a store by giving a fake $20 and then refused to return the pack of cigarettes upon the store clerk informing him of the fake bill. Floyd also, according to the county autopsy, was on methamphetamine, as we read in an article from NPR:
A full autopsy report on George Floyd, the man who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police last month, reveals that he was positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The 20-page report also indicates that Floyd had fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system at the time of his death, although the drugs are not listed as the cause.
So we know that Floyd continued on thieving, and that he was a drug user, and not just any drug user, but a consumer of one of the worst kinds of drugs. We know he resisted arrest, and we know that he ignored an employee when she kindly asked for the pack of cigarettes back. The world is begging us to sympathize with Floyd, but Floyd refused to sympathize with a small business that he robbed. Was Floyd’s death necessary? No. But why is the world shaking and trembling over a malefactor who, until just a couple of weeks ago, nobody knew about? There are now cries for abolishing and defunding the police. Why such an extreme position over the death of an obscure malefactor and drug user? The whole situation is very strange and questionable, and I must call to question the motivations behind this hysteria. There are 800,000 cops in America, and in the year 2019 alone only nine unarmed blacks were fatally shot by police (one of them was in Newark, New Jersey and he had a loaded handgun in his vehicle while speeding away from police in a high chase pursuit), and 19 unarmed whites were shot. Only nine? After all this talk about police racism, racist cops and cops hunting down blacks, only nine unarmed blacks were killed by officers (and there are 800,000 cops in America) in just one year? And from the death of one man — who had a long criminal history and showed maleficent behavior — there are cries for abolishing the whole institution of the police?
The whole thing is suspicious.
Here at shoebat.com for years we have been researching and writing on the use of mass anger and hysteria from particular events as a way to justify policies or spark certain reactions. This is known as a Strategy of Tension. On July of 2017, we wrote a very long and detailed study on how political entities have been using the existence of Islamic terrorism as a way to justify and spread Right-wing reactions and racism. With calls for extreme things like abolishing the police and for Whites to purge themselves of their “whiteness” as a solution to racism, this is, no doubt, going to spark a vicious Right-wing reaction to what they will say is hatred and racism against whites. With such a strange event, and with global attention being fixed on one unknown malefactor, we must call into question the real cause behind this hysteria. With calls to get rid of the police, what we are seeing also is a popular sentiment towards lawlessness. And because lawlessness will be increased, the love of many will grow cold. (Matthew 24:12) in the midst of mass hysterical hatred against the police, there will also be an hysterical reaction by the Right in the Western world, and in such tensions a lawlessness will break out between those calling for open anarchy and those who call for anarchy masqueraded as “law and order” but which will just be despotic bloodshed. This hysteria of Left versus Right is happening globally, and we will see the global consequences of this insanity, be it the people who hate the police and want lawlessness or the people who want to see race war, genocide, eugenics and pagan nationalism.