Did The Cops Really Kill George Floyd in Minneapolis?

The Death of George Floyd in Minneapolis: What We Know So Far ...

Merely labeling the Minneapolis police, who killed George Floyd, racist ignores the underlying real cause of these ever more frequently occurring and regrettable situations. In a reality where our society has historically only "nurtured" inferiority in our Black and Latino populations, through quantifiably inferior and still segregated public education, like LAUSD that makes no attempt to educate these minorities to their innate human potential. So the predictable result is that unformed Blacks and Latinos are more likely to subsequently run afoul of the law, when they exit school without a basic education or any legal job skills. But this predictable reality of higher percentages of uneducated Blacks and Latinos committing more crime is not politically correct to acknowledge, even when these Blacks and Latinos are terrorizing their own communities.

This means they are statistically more likely to wind up in an often life threatening confrontation with police. Given that the civil service exam score to become a cop is the lowest required of any civil servant, can you really expect marginally intelligent cops to put their lives on the line to try and distinguish who's the good law abiding minority and who's the bad guy?

In the final analysis, it makes me question just how superior the morons running this society are, since this aforementioned obvious reality never seems to occur or be appreciated by them.

The hidden and unstated reason that we continue to fail to nuture the vast majority of our Black and Latino minorities to their potential is that if we did and they soared, we would finally have to come to terms and deal with over 400 years of inhuman treatment that is the complete contradiction of our often espoused democratic and religious values.

Given this reality, let's appreciate that police have an impossible and thankless job in trying to safely clean up the mess made by others.

2 Comments

And I meant to say Respectibilty if no equality...

You are right we can't designate the good with the bad, Lenny, there are some up to par police officers out there, analytically a low score in humanity for most, however, analyzing the
underlying issues? supposedly to give Afro/Latinos Americans the slot and egalitarianism treatment needed for their own livelihood, We have heard the analytical's we are
the world hooray, hoorah's before, I guess it is simple equality for employment, schools, perhaps a walk in the park, and jogging, you would think?

I watch the news with all this lawlessness and I understand their vexation, the plummet of public schools, impoverished communities, the underlying issue is a need for betterment,
define our humanity? humaneness; benevolence. care, and dignity" here is the deal , if we are not treated as an equal that is okay, but treat us with respectability and equality, do I condone their ravage? no! this is not solving and it does not cease bigotry, we have to vote, attend our town hall meetings, deluge with our pens, fight with our voices,
In my opinion there is no nourished black and/or latino, educated or not, they fit the contemptible and always will,
they work, smile, and hope for the best while hated, and no I don't disagree with your article, however, why is it we are always the people White Americans feel they need to analyze when angry? under this universal scope as if our anger is unaccustomed,
SLAVERY? KKK, and now ANTI-FACIST.
I don't warrant excuses for us, but no one can evaluate the anger our people feel until they understand living on an empty stomach, when being who you are has to hurt, or a life you can't live, and maybe this reply will be shunned for most, people don't earn my concern if I am hated that's for sure. God Bless America, I guess.

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