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Blacks put police at risk by aiding and abetting crime in their neighborhoods

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2021-04-09 20:40

May 25, 2020, Cup Foods surveillance image: George Floyd stands at far right; five employees unoccupied behind the counter at left, with Christopher Martin closest to the front entrance in light gray-blue hoodie and black head scarf. Morries Hall, who entered the store with Floyd, is farthest front wearing red hat and white shirt.


By Carolyn Yeager

The second week of the Derek Chauvin trial has now wrapped up.

Monday through Thursday was devoted to testimony from the Minneapolis police chief, plus a selection of department investigators and training personnel discussing the MPD's “use of force” policies and what are approved tactics; then on to medical technicians and trainers, forensic doctors and scientists, and an emergency medical doctor. All agreed that George Floyd had been kept in a prone position (laying on stomach) while handcuffed and held down for too long, and this either contributed to or caused his death.

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Defense strategy in Chauvin murder trial emerges by end of first week

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2021-04-03 22:54


By Carolyn Yeager

ON DAY FOUR, I thought I saw the defense strategy revealing itself, and on day five it was very clear to me. It's exactly as attorney Eric Nelson told the jury in his opening statement—that the law will instruct them to find the defendant “not guilty” if they have “reasonable doubt” that his actions were a culpable contributing factor in George Floyd's death.

That is, each juror must be convinced “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the treatment of Floyd by Chauvin was a substantial cause of unnecessary death, over and above other medical causes that will be testified to by medical 'experts' later in the trial. “Reasonable doubt” is the key concept here, and what might save Derek Chauvin … if anything can.

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Day 1 and 2: Prosecutors focus on feelings, emotions and 'Black pain'

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2021-03-30 23:49

The small crowd that gathered and watched as the Minneapolis police officers held George Floyd pinned on the ground while awaiting the arrival of medics. Six of those shown above testified on Day 1 and 2.


By Carolyn Yeager

TEARY-EYED AND OUTRAGED witnesses to the 9 minutes of recorded “death throes” of George Floyd have made up the opening testimonies in the Derek Chauvin murder trial. What I've seen in these first two days is all about emotional reactions, and Fox News commentators get focused on the emotion just as much as the other mainstream networks.

Chauvin is being portrayed from the start as a heartless, even sadistic individual. It's no exaggeration to say the suggestion that Floyd was 'murdered' by Chauvin is something the prosecutors definitely want to leave in the jurors' minds.

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The Chauvin trial will be a defining event in our nation's history

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2021-03-21 15:36

Composite image of George Floyd murder trial as jury selection is underway. Far right is former police officer Derek Chauvin in courtroom where he silently takes notes; lower left shows fortifications protecting the Minneapolis courthouse from vandalism. 


By Carolyn Yeager

I WROTE ON THIS SITE on last Dec. 31 that the year 2021 would be a time of “great awakening.” I felt a strong impulse to predict that even though I had no way of being sure of it. I can now say I am sure based on the first three months of this year 2021. What extraordinary events already! And much more to come—a year jam-packed with unfolding news at a speed that will challenge the best of us to keep up.

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Elie Wiesel Institute in Romania has its way - gets national holohoax museum

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2019-10-10 15:32

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis announced on Tuesday in Bucharest his approval for the creation of an official Romanian Holocaust museum under the auspices of the Elie Wiesel Institute for Study of the Holocaust.


IT'S NOTICEABLE HOW ALL THE "NATIONAL" HOLOCAUST MUSEUMS around the world are instigated, lobbied for and originally funded by the same group of powerful Jews. A handful of people, really.

For example, Elie Wiesel, as a famous American Jew, was instrumental in persuading then U.S. President Jimmy Carter to back his dream of a United States Holocaust Museum in Washington D. C. - in view of the White House, no less, and adjacent to the Washington Monument! Now Elie Wiesel is again instrumental in the creation of the first holocaust museum in Romania - in Bucharest's central district - announced on Tuesday by Romania's president Klaus Iohannis. 

Austrian government coalition blows up over illegal 'sting' video

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2019-05-18 13:20

Hans Christian Strache speaks to the press after bowing to pressure and offering his resignation as Vice-Chancellor to Chancellor Kurz. Standing nearby is Labor Minister Beate Hartinger-Klein of the FPÖ.


By Carolyn Yeager

IT'S CONFIRMED. AUSTRIAN CHANCELLOR SEBASTIAN KURZ has accepted the resignation offered by his Vice-Chancellor Hans-Christian Strache, bringing to an end the historic rule of the combined right-wing parties. This has occurred just days before the Europe-wide European Parliament elections. Leftists and centrists are calling for condemnation of all “far-right” parties and the defeat of their candidates.

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Austria, News

Keep telling the truth as you see it, Mr. President

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2019-03-21 11:51

Image credit: Politico

By Carolyn Yeager

DONALD TRUMP IS A REAL PERSON, including when he's being President of the United States.

He's being criticized for not playing the game of hypocrisy according to the “rules” like all the establishment politicians, Republican and Democrat, have done and continue to do. The insincerity of politicians is criticized but then, when a newcomer to the game speaks honestly and clears the air, as Trump did yesterday toward John McCain, the politicians run for the hills in horror.

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Donald Trump, News

Media trying to force us to care about New Zealand mosque shooting

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2019-03-17 13:01

The mosque in Christchurch, NZ sits on spacious grounds. Who paid for it?


By Carolyn Yeager

I don't care and I don't think very many Americans do care about what happened in Christchurch, New Zealand, but the disloyal Media are trying to force us to care, or at least to pay attention. But why should we?

We shouldn't, because it's unnatural for someone like me to care about what happens to fifty Arab-Asian Muslims who pushed their way into a white, English-speaking country against the desires of many of its citizens. It's not like these Muslims were existing peacefully in their own homeland and some crazed white dude invaded their village and shot them dead.

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News from Europe: Macron doubles down on 'hate speech' laws; Austrian 'holo-denier' released from prison

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2019-03-05 15:33

Wolfgang Froelich appears to be leaving prison in this photo credited to Bild: Kein Anbieter/Daniel Schreiner. It looks like he is holding a bag (with his belongings) in his left hand, while friends and family await him on the other side of the door. Congratulations Wolfgang!


By Carolyn Yeager

EMMANUEL MACRON IS AT IT AGAIN—trying to lead Europe into a bright new globalist-friendly, German-funded future.

Macron's new “idea” includes more protection against hate speech. Deutsch Welle wrote approvingly: “Among his wide-ranging suggestions were enhanced protection against hate speech, greater control of EU borders and immigration, and a nationally adjusted European minimum wage –  ideas that went down well with most German politicians.” All except for AfD's Alexander Gauland, that is. Gauland is quoted as saying:

The creep of censorship hits home

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2019-02-27 22:14

IT CAN NOW BE TOLD. The company that has hosted my server for the past 10 years without a problem took me offline without warning on Sunday morning, Feb. 17. When I made contact with them on Monday, Feb. 18, I was informed that 1&1 (recently become 1&1 IONOS) had terminated my account. The best reason the “security” rep could give me was the vague word “hate.” We're all supposed to accept that as meaning something. He said they would send me a letter of explanation. Why didn't they send the letter first?

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