Every day the police face danger. Perhaps not all the
some areas, they go to war when they go to work. In either case
encounter with a violent offender poses the possibility of a
Gangsta rap communicating and advocating violence against the police
illustrates this point. The following video may be typical.
This kind of daily conflict has to wear on a person. Some have
grace to take it calmly, others will be more tense. I remember
a North Carolina State Patrol officer in a commercial on
wondered if the apparent permanent frown on his face indicated
considerable accumulated emotional trauma in his work. With this
pressure some could act out sufficiently for a false accusation by the
allies of the other side of this war, not to mention that necessary use
of force could bring it anyway. Odds are occasionally someone
snap. He would not be innocent if he committed a crime, but
one would sympathize that he was pushed into it by the long
accumulation of enemy offenses.
Now George Floyd is the innocent hero of liberal activism. Or is
While allies in the media play him a martyr, the New York Post posted
an article saying the Minneapolis police union chief said he had
‘violent criminal history.’
is it to your credit if you receive a beating for doing wrong and
endure it? But if you suffer for doing good and you endure it, this is
commendable before God. 1
Peter 2:20 NIV
On this pretext of martyrdom, wild ones run the street killing, setting
fires, and committing other violence. Then Greeks firebomb the
American embassy so show that this dark side of humanity is universal
and not subject to accusations of racism. Can you say "Abula,
because this proceeding looks like loincloth and spear on the part of
the participants in my eyes.
I think the worst victims of the sham are not Mr. Floyd and the police,
but that a great many thinking people have been drawn into mob justice
by the public propaganda slant.
Shame on America!
"Wherever the corpse is, there
the vultures will gather. Matt 24:28 NASB
1Kate Sheehy, "George Floyd
had ‘violent criminal history’: Minneapolis police union chief," June
2, 2020, New York Post, nypost.com, link.