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USA 2020 = Kiev 2014?

In the United States, riots that began due to the death of African American George Floyd are gaining strength.

On May 25, an African American, George Floyd, was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis. The white policeman Derek Chauvin pressed his neck with his knee and held it like this for more than 7 minutes while George was lying face down on the road.

Suspected of paying for a pack of cigarettes purchased in a store, with fake notes, Floyd repeatedly said: “I can’t breathe”, but the policeman did not stop pressing his neck. Officer Chauvin has repeatedly committed unjustified detention violence.

Protesters in Minneapolis ignored a government order to impose curfews. Protests are taking place in the city, people are breaking windows, robbing shops and setting fire to cars. Riots after the death of African American George Floyd at the hands of the police broke out in many cities in the United States: Washington, New York, Portland, Austin and others.

Even the White House was under siege. Protesters began clashes with a police cordon around the residence of the US President and demolished an impromptu fence set up nearby. The Presidential Security Service was forced to evacuate Donald Trump to a special bunker.

There are casualties on both sides.

The killing of a black man by a policeman is not new to America. Periodically, such incidents happen in the country. Naturally, each such case is a tragedy and it’s impossible to get used to it. But subsequent armed riots cannot be called a natural reaction to racial discrimination.

Looking at the riots in the most democratic state in the world, an analogy with the events of six years ago in Kiev involuntarily suggests itself. Already there are references to “heavenly African Americans” in the network by analogy with the Ukrainian “heavenly hundred” – victims of the Maidan.

Another murder of an African American by the policeman gave impetus to the beginning of massive and well-organized riots with the use of violence and weapons.

And such facts indicate that the technology of color revolutions developed by their own political technologists is being applied.

The United States has repeatedly applied these technologies to achieve its political goals in other continents. But there has always been a ban on the use of “color revolution technologies” to resolve internal political conflicts within the United States. Because the winner receives a country with a destroyed social sphere and economy.

The political situation ahead of the US presidential election is now so tense that opponents are not particularly worried about the prospects for long-term stability of the country.

The Blaze journalist in Dallas, Elijah Schaeffer, noted the similarity of the unrest in the United States with the events of six years ago in Ukraine. He points out that “the organizers directed the crowd where to go. They had pallets with a hundred bricks ready for the rioters. They shouted to the crowd: “Go left, there are 100 bricks on the corner. “This was not random chaos”.

It seems to me that the situation is unlikely to reach global chaos. Very soon riots and robberies will cause maximum censure by society and will be brutally suppressed.

But there is a high probability that after the autumn elections the situation may happen again. Because the losing side will obviously be very dissatisfied with the election results, and the temptation to change their results on the streets with weapons in their hands can be completely irresistible. And what a similar situation ended in Ukraine, we all remember.

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Sally Snyder
Sally Snyder
June 2, 2020

Here are some interesting statistics about the use of deadly force by American police forces:
 
http://viableopposition.blogspot.com/2020/06/police-use-of-deadly-force-in-america.html
 
A very significant percentage of America’s largest police forces do not have policies in place that protect civilians from the use of deadly force by law enforcement officials.

Clarity
Clarity
June 2, 2020

The pallets of bricks in various locations, stashes of bottled water, outsiders travelling long distances… that is certainly something worth raising eye brows about. Who does this?   Every year, for decades, about one thousand people are killed in the US by the police. Every single year! 1000 people!   50 to 70% of them are people of color. This is not new. The rest of the world does nothing, says nothing about that. Not that people of color are shot by police. That people are shot by police, and so many of them.   US police is simply incompetent.… Read more »

Susan Rarick
Susan Rarick
Reply to  Clarity
June 2, 2020

Agree but it was the diversity programs that created the incompetence’s. First one I remember was NYC changing height rules. Those 6′ cops were intimidating and at that time most had been WW2 veterans. They didn’t get intimidated by anything. Today, very few are ex-military let alone ex combat military. It is kind of hard to be intimidating if you are a 5′ female with a few weeks of police academy.

Susan Rarick
Susan Rarick
June 2, 2020

After all these years I am actually hoping for a Ukraine like blow-up….. And like the Ukraine the leaders of the riots fully expect to reunite a country in the way they want… And like in the Ukraine they will find instead a splintered Country……. These riots are actually signs of desperation. Covid-19 didn’t destroy Trump so this is their final play… The down side for these folk is that Middle America doesn’t want them. Not just white middle America but Hispanic Middle America and Black Middle America. We all get along just fine because we don’t have a bunch… Read more »

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