Writes Brian Dunaway:
Uhhhh, did I remember a pandemic or something, or was that just a dream?
And, despite the Obsessive-Compulsive behavior of the MSM, wouldn’t they be discussing COVID-19 (patent pending) at least 0.1% of the time?8:10 am on June 3, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Writes Bill Sardi:
There has been an effort to strike fear in the suburbs by the police and National Guard
National Guard troops fired paint balls at people on the front porch of their houses in Whittier.
Last night the 8 PM L.A. County curfew suddenly became 6 PM and we received an automated telephone call of that notice from the sheriff’s office.
Then retail stores were cleared, starting at 4 PM, again, spreading fear when no threat existed.
Certainly the FBI and other intelligence agencies have intel about ANTIFA and its movements. They only need to invoke curfews where there are problems.
Who delivered pallets of bricks to areas of open conflict in different states, for rioters to throw? ANTIFA? Our government?(don’t put it past them).
That television news continues to report these riots foments even more mayhem. In past riots, TV networks were leaned upon to halt such news coverage as it begets more rioting.
There has been defacement of the Lincoln Memorial in Wash. D.C. But are we sure vandals did that? Or did government plant vandals to do that?4:55 pm on June 2, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Thanks, Paula Deist.12:53 pm on June 2, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
Writes a friend:
In observing the reactions, and reactions to the reactions, to the death of George Floyd, I am reminded of government schools and what I call The Spitball Punishment.
Years ago I observed in government classrooms, that once in a while throughout the year, one student would take a straw from lunch, take a small wad of paper into his mouth and wet it, and then shoot the wet spitball through the straw straight at the blackboard.
As shocking, distasteful, and immature as it is, it is a mere prank that should be ignored, because to react is exactly what the spitballer wants.
Being that it was not possible for the teacher to know who did it, and being that no one wanted to rat him out, the teacher was left with few options of punishment. But then, American teachers are not the brightest or most creative of creatures.
Again, I would say the best way to handle this crude attention-seeker is to snub him as too trifling to notice.
But, no, invariably, public school teachers are so bent against students, that such a spitballer gives most teachers the excuse to punish, punish, punish, which seems to be what teachers in government schools are always looking for.
Over and over, the punishment meted out for the mischief of the single spitballer was that the whole class would be harshly and collectively berated for long minutes, then punished by taking away their recess on the playground outside.
The point is, today, the authority figure looks to punish, even sadistically, and will punish all the population (whether there are two or there are millions), rather than punish the actual rule breaker.
Thus, in America today, in a country raised on The Spitball Punishment mentality, Americans yield to unearned collective guilt which begets an undue collective punishment.
Although we already have a justice system which is guaranteed to put George Floyd’s killer in prison for life, America seems to be lining up for its punishment over his unfortunate death.
Woe unto thee, Americans!12:53 pm on June 2, 2020 Email Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.