The country is burnt to the ground. The killing of George Floyd precipitated riots across the land. While this was very unfortunate that a Black man was the subject of police brutality to the nth degree resulting in a charge of murder, we want to bring more luminosity to the killing of Black men. George Floyd’s death was a short time later after the wanton killing of Ahmaud Arbery. What these two murders have in common are that both men were Black, the police were white in case of Floyd and the men charged with Arbery’s death were white. And that’s all.

However, by shedding light on the police officers involved in the Floyd killing we find that from past records that Derek Chauvin, the police officer who knelt on his neck, had previous reprimands. It goes without saying that the three thugs were out to kill Mr. Arbery. Imagine the guy filming the incident, he too was arrested. This was no doubt a targeted killing their arrest, months later, was definitely warranted.

But it stops there, Arbery’s killing did not set off multi city riots. The good people of Brunswick, Georgia protested in a civilized manner. They were responsible, their inside rage did not result in a physical reaction in the same manner than the Floyd killing.

There was a major difference in venue. Minneapolis, Mn is a majority white city, 60%, while 29% of people of color (19% Black 10% Latino) and 6% are Asian. So it didn’t take long before the fuse started to burn. And once it did, not only did Minneapolis go up in flames, but cities across the country were torched. ANTIFA groups were blamed for incitement and fanning the flames of an urban insurgency. Police were in harms way as the urban thugs went about their business.

Brunswick, Georgia’s demographics were a mirror image of Minneapolis 59.23% Black, 33.21% White. Keep in mind the population there was approximately 15,000. Minneapolis’ population is approximately 425,000. Quite a difference on both counts. As noted we can see the proliferation of violence in Minnesota due to the critical mass of people of color, 9000 vs 120,000.


Governor Cuomo joined by Wilhelm de Blasio are calling for Americans to cough up the big bucks due to the devastation caused by the Covid-19 virus. The Big Apple and the Empire State are swimming in debt.

When it comes to blowing your money, count on the libtards to do it in spades.

Cuomo wants $60 Billion. Why not shoot for the stars?

WASHINGTON — New York state said Thursday that it needs at least an additional $60 billion in direct federal funding along with millions of dollars more from Medicaid and FEMA formula changes in the next coronavirus aid package being crafted in Congress.


De Blasio and ‘co-mayor’ wife have wasted $1.8B of taxpayer money

By Bob McManus

February 28, 2019 | 8:06pm | Updated

Who’s got a billion to burn?

Well, Bill de Blasio for sure.

But also mayoral spouse Chirlane McCray, who has just been revealed as a world-class boondoggler in her own right.

Hey, the family that preys together stays together, right? And it’s only (your) money — even if it is quite a lot of it.

McCray is the proprietress of ThriveNYC, a mental-health-related something-or-other created four-plus years ago to give a little heft to the conceit that Bill and Chirlane were elected as co-mayors — which is nonsense on stilts.

That is, once upon a time, first spouses were content to pretend to be in charge of prettifying highways and things. It was honorable “work,” it didn’t cost very much and it filled up the spouse’s free time.

But this is 2019, and the general feeling — at least in the de Blasio administration — is that if there’s not a lot of dough attached to the spousal sinecure, it doesn’t really matter enough.

So, ipso presto, co-Mayor Bill coughed up enough cash to break a pack mule’s back and sent it off to co-Mayor Chirlane — who then went forth to cure Gotham’s mental-illness problems.

Fast-forward to Wednesday, when the City Council was startled to discover that McCray and Team Thrive are closing in on having spent an eye-popping $900 million since the program’s inception — and nobody seems to have a clue on what.

But let’s be clear: If your boondogglery sets the New York City Council back on its heels, you truly are soaring with the eagles.


McCray’s ‘Thrive’ initiative on track to spend $1B in 5 years

Right up there with co-Mayor Bill, who started the week on his own sour note — announcing that his signature Renewal school program was closing up shop after pounding $773 million down a rathole.

The median pay at the LIRR in 2017 was $104,146 — compared with $90,442 at MTA headquarters and $82,690 at its NYC Transit Authority subsidiary, according to the report from the Citizens Budget Commission released Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the median pay for the MTA’s Metro-North workers was $90,354 — even though the CBC found they’re more productive than their counterparts at the LIRR.



Wuhan Coronavirus leashed for economic reasons says General Jack Keane.


China has now professed a violent takeover of Taiwan.

Protest on 27 May

China is facing mounting criticism over a planned security law for Hong Kong which would make it a crime to undermine Beijing’s authority in the territory.

The UK and US said at a private session of the UN Security Council that the law would curtail the city’s freedoms.

China, which blocked a formal meeting, warned them to “stop interfering”.

Hong Kong’s autonomy is guaranteed by the 1997 agreement under which it was returned to China from the UK.

It enjoys some freedoms – of the press and association – unseen in mainland China.

But there are fears the proposed law – which has sparked a wave of anti-mainland protests – could end Hong Kong’s unique status.

This week, Britain said that if China went forward with the law, it could offer British National (Overseas) passport holders a path to UK citizenship.

There are 350,000 BNO passport holders in Hong Kong who currently have the right to visit the UK for up to six months without a visa.

On Friday, the UK Home Office confirmed the new rights could be given to up to three million people with BNO status – as long as they applied for and were granted a passport.

China says all BNO passport holders are Chinese nationals, and if the UK changes this practice, it would violate international law.

Australia, Canada and the EU have also criticised the security law and its implications for Hong Kong.

Taiwan’s parliament has backed a plan to offer sanctuary to people who want to flee Hong Kong, but China – which considers Taiwan to be part of its own territory – has warned the island not to get involved.

On Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian urged other countries to stop interfering in the matter.

“We will take necessary measures to resolutely counter the wrong acts of external forces interfering in Hong Kong affairs”, he said.

What might the US do?

On Wednesday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Congress that Hong Kong no longer merited special treatment under US law, potentially paving the way for it to be stripped of trading privileges such as lower tariffs than mainland China.

US media reports that President Trump is considering a range of sanctions. These could include strong measures such as stripping Hong Kong of its trading privileges or milder options such as restricting visas and freezing the assets of Chinese officials.

He is expected to make an announcement later on Friday.

The EU has warned that imposing sanctions would not solve the crisis.

“Our relationship with China is based on mutual respect and trust… but this decision calls this into question and I think that we have to raise the issue in our continued dialogue with China”, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell said after talks with foreign ministers on Friday.

The post below is from January 2019



China’s megalomaniac leader Xi Jinping is on the brink of a fight; he believes in Chinese hegemony the world over. His modus operandi begins by starting a small skirmish and then draw in the adversary which in turn will escalate into something bigger, maybe a fission type of fight.

Beijing has criticised the 2016 international court’s stinging rejection of its territorial claims in the South China Sea, with Communist party-controlled newspapers warning of a military escalation in response to what they denounced as a US ploy to thwart China’s rise. 

So far his actions are minor probes, but in due time expect more than a dry run, a major provocation will cause an encounter drawing in more powerful forces. The coming fight will test U.S. resolve on Taiwan. But expect warfare in the Pacific too. Lately China has buzzed on purpose a U.S Destroyer part of the Pacific fleet, coming close to a collision.

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In a written statement emailed to Navy Times, Pacific Fleet officials say that a Luyang-class destroyer closed on the Decatur around 8:30 a.m. local time Sunday October 2, 2018 in “an unsafe and unprofessional” manner near Gaven Reef, making a series of “increasingly aggressive maneuvers” that were accompanied by warnings for the Decatur to leave the area.

The Chinese vessel came within 45 yards of the Decatur’s bow before the American warship veered off to prevent a collision, officials said.

China though is deploying loans the world over. For instance they have their hands in a multitude of Latin American countries lending them scarce funds with tough restrictions. This is causing some strife among the borrowers.

For the five-year period between 2015 and 2019, China’s President Xi Jinping set ambitious goals for exchange with the Latin American and Caribbean region (LAC): $500 billion in trade and $250 billion in direct investment. The pledge was made in January 2015 at the first ministerial meeting of the Forum of China and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, which was held in Beijing. Although it remains to be seen if this degree of integration can be achieved, the investment target is certainly plausible, as China is likely to emerge in the next few years as the world’s largest supplier of capital.

However, some Latin American countries are fighting back. A few decades ago Russia owned Egypt, but were given the boot by Anwar el-Sadat.

CAIRO: President Anwar el‐Sadat’s expulsion Russian military advisers from Egypt is probably the most severe defeat the Soviet Union has suf fered since it began to buy friends and influence nations in the non‐Communist Third World. happened because the Soviets could no longer camouflage the basic ambivalence of their policy— their posture as Egypt’s stanchest advocate against Israel and their simultaneous quest for more salu brious relations with the United States.

Why Sadat packed off the Russians

The Russians also stumbled because they never really understood the Egyptian—or the Arab—mind, at once so beguiling and so maddening. Arabs can be bribed, but never bought; they can be bullied, but never bound; they can be fervent, but not always faithful. The Russians thought they had squeezed Sadat into a narrow corner of obeisance where he would be obliged to do their bidding until they were ready to replace him with someone more to their taste. How sadly they misjudged him, and how astonished they must have been when they woke up that morning in mid‐July to receive his order to pack their bags.

Over the past decade, China has become a leading lender and builder of infrastructure projects in the developing world. With extraordinarily high savings and a declining investment rate at home, China has reached out to invest in a diverse array of infrastructure projects from West Africa to the Amazon. One of the major drivers of the infrastructure investment is the Belt and Road initiative (BRI). Launched in 2013 by President Xi Jinping as One Belt One Road (OBOR), the initiative has increased in funding (aiming at US$1 trillion) and expanded in scope, now including projects in over 70 nations. This investment abroad constitutes an ambitious foreign policy, and one with deep geopolitical implications.

Thanks to Beijing’s loans, Chinese corporations are building dams and hydroelectric power plants in the Amazon and Patagonia. They are laying thousands of kilometers in rail tracks to reduce freight transportation costs and connect populations in Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela. China’s development banks are even financing a state-of-the-art nuclear energy plant in Argentina. In what has become the most ambitious civil engineering project in recent decades (although one plagued with challenges and uncertainties), a Hong Kong-based billionaire has been granted the authority to build a canal through Nicaragua, connecting the Pacific and Atlantic oceans to compete against the Panama Canal.

Due to the novelty of the ventures, investing in infrastructure in LAC poses an important learning opportunity for Chinese firms, which have not responded adequately to local culture and regulations. We find that most projects in LAC have faced local backlash because of environmental concerns about pollution and harm to residents and livelihoods. For example, there have been concerns about the environmental impact of Sinopec’s oil refineries in Moín, Costa Rica (the National Secretary of the Environment objected to the first evaluation for serious omissions) and in the Yasuní National Park, Ecuador (800,000 people signed a petition before the national government to stop the works.) The beginning of the construction of the Condor Cliff and La Barrancosa hydroelectric dams in Santa Cruz, Argentina, without an environmental impact assessment, led to the Argentine Supreme Court ordering the suspension of the projects. In some cases, local courts intervened, with negative effects on the viability of the projects and the economic standing of the firms.

Labour issues have also arisen, as firms have tended to hire Chinese nationals rather than local workers, especially in management and high-skill positions. Companies should increase the share of local-born workers, technicians, and executives to plan, design, build, and manage projects.

Bottom line here, if China moves too fast for the locals, expects the NATIVES to get restless. Once this happens all hell would break loose. Then the World would see if China has the cajones to enforce their agreements.

Expect the Pacific waters to heat up. Question occurs though, on who will blink first, Xi or Trump.


In a highly aggressive editorial on Thursday, Chinese state media taunted the U.S. with nuclear weapons, threatened U.S. aircraft carriers, and called for preparations to invade Taiwan. The editorial reflects growing Chinese nationalist fury in the face of Trump administration pressure.

In a highly aggressive editorial on Thursday, Chinese state media taunted the U.S. with nuclear weapons, threatened U.S. aircraft carriers, and called for preparations to invade Taiwan. The editorial reflects growing Chinese nationalist fury in the face of Trump administration pressure.

Offered up by the Global Times newspaper, a mouthpiece for the hard nationalists, the editorial didn’t pull any punches. To consider what it means for the U.S., let’s consider each element in turn. First up, the nuclear taunt: 
The year 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. We look forward to seeing the public debut of Chinese deterrence’s trump card, the Dongfeng-41 intercontinental ballistic missile.AD  MAGA list: 205 ‘historic results’ help Trump make case for 2020 re-electionWatch Full Screen to Skip Ads

This is a not-so-subtle signal that the Dongfeng-41 will be shown in public at a military parade later this year. But note the “trump card” language. A personal rebuke of President Trump, it’s a sign of Beijing’s growing frustration that the president won’t accept an easy deal to end the current U.S.-China trade war. But back to the nuclear weapon issue. While the Dongfeng-41 is an impressive nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile platform, it will not fundamentally alter the nuclear balance of power against the U.S. Instead, the mobile system is designed to strengthen China’s ability to threaten the U.S. up the escalation curve. In tandem with other capabilities in cyberspace, in space, and with conventional long-range missiles, China is showing it intends to pose a growing threat across the spectrum of warfare. The U.S. must pursue and posture greater capability to deter China.

Next up is the Global Times’ aircraft carrier threat. 
China should carry out more maritime combat exercises with live ammunition, especially training to strike aircraft carriers. There is no need to worry that doing so would make Washington unhappy. Making them concerned is the whole point of the exercise.

This is not terribly surprising. China has a powerful conventional ballistic missile capability across short, medium, and long ranges. It is also developing hypersonic missiles of the kind recently mastered by Russia. The import of these threats is in restricting where and how the U.S. Navy can operate aircraft carriers. But what’s most interesting here is the specific Chinese focus on “making [Washington]” upset.” This reflects a Chinese nudge into the ongoing U.S. debate over whether it would ever attempt to destroy a U.S. aircraft carrier in battle. Some believe that China would not do so in fear of meeting a massive U.S. response. I’m less sure about that.

That leaves us with the threat to Taiwan. 
To promote peaceful reunification, the People’s Liberation Army should also carry out more preparations to respond to a military crisis across the Taiwan Straits, formulate various plans such as a military blockade around the island, destroying military facilities there and preventing external military interventions, which can be disclosed to the outside world appropriately when necessary.

Note the absurd Orwellian-language here: “[T]o promote peaceful reunification,” carry out attack preparations. It sums up the nature of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s regime. Still, Xi views the subjugation of Taiwan to Chinese rule as of paramount importance to his legacy. And the Chinese president is certainly making increased references to what he says is Taiwan’s inevitable return to Beijing. Yet, in the context of next year’s 70th anniversary of China’s captureof Hainan Island from the nationalists, and Taiwan’s upcoming 2020 general election, China’s military threats to Taiwan must take on more attention.

Ultimately, this editorial is another warning for the U.S. — a warning that challenging China’s island imperialism and its feudal economic strategy is only going to become more complicated. And while growing allied support for U.S. actions in the Indo-Pacific are positive, in the end, China will only be deterred by America. We must seek a more constructive relationship and resist China’s defining challenge.


By now we have seen the mass destruction brought about by urban violence that has destroyed private and public property in city after city. Animal instincts have erupted to no end. Smash and grab is the soup d’jour. Notice most of the cities that have spewed out and let loose the violent scum that take it upon themselves to torch whatever they can taking it to a different level, one that we find in third world countries. Of course these are cities run by the Democrat party machine. What precipitated this urban cannibalism was the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police department.

At this time we can only bring you the cause of death. However, as noted the autopsy indicates Mr. Floyd did not suffer from suffocation, but underlying maladies and preexisting conditions. But we weigh in here and clearly state that the officer applied excessive force that precipitated Floyd’s death. Perhaps he didn’t mean to kill the victim, but most likely thought he would teach him a lesson. Similar to a man profusely bleeding and in the need of a tourniquet, while an arresting officer watches the victim bleed to death. It is apparent that the situation here is the same. Failure to act to save a life is failure to do what you are obliged to do.

This type of physical brute force is not acceptable in America; there are other means of restraint available. No American should have to tolerate rogue policemen who take the law into their own hands.


By Tessa Vikander and Moira Warburton

VANCOUVER/TORONTO (Reuters) – Huawei Technologies Co’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou was dealt a setback by a Canadian court on Wednesday as she tries to avoid extradition to the United States to face bank fraud charges, dashing hopes for an end to her 18-month house arrest in Vancouver.

The ruling, which could further deteriorate relations between Ottawa and Beijing, elicited immediate strong reaction from China’s embassy in Canada, which said Canada is “accomplice to United States efforts to bring down Huawei and Chinese high-tech companies.”

Meng, a Chinese citizen and daughter of Huawei’s billionaire founder Ren Zheng, was arrested in December 2018 on a warrant issued by U.S. authorities. They accuse her of bank fraud for misleading HSBC about Huawei’s relationship with a company operating in Iran, putting HSBC at risk of fines and penalties for breaking U.S. sanctions on Tehran.

Meng’s lawyers argued the case should be thrown out because Canada did not have sanctions against Iran.

But British Columbia’s Superior Court Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes disagreed, ruling the legal standard of double criminality had been met.


According to the Minneapolis police department four cops were involved in the killing of George Floyd. Watch the Video Here.

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EXCESSIVE FORCE Facebook/ Darnella Frazier

The girl who captured the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police on video is not in a good space right now … and it’s all because of hate she’s receiving online.

17-year-old Darnella Frazier tells TMZ … she is utterly traumatized after recording the officer using his knee to suffocate George. Odd as it might sound, Darnella tells us a lot of people have criticized her for doing nothing more than shoot the encounter.

She says people on social media are telling her she should have done more to help George, like physically step in and intervene. While that emotion might be understandable, it’s not really a practical notion for an African-American teenager.

Not just that, but folks are accusing Darnella of only posting the video for “clout” or attention, and possibly a payoff. She’s vehemently refuted that.

She’s also been facing a media frenzy surrounding her video — dealing with reporters, and an onslaught of attention. And, of course, just witnessing George’s death first-hand has scarred her as well, we’re told.Play video contentMOMENTS BEFORE HIS DEATHDragon Wok

Darnella’s mother tells us her daughter was simply out making a store run, and never should have experienced this, including the nasty aftermath. She’s concerned going forward because she says Darnella already suffers from social anxiety.

However, Mom believes her daughter was where she needed to be — in order to capture the tragic event and share it with the world. To that point, without Darnella’s video, we might not know what really happened.

As for those saying she should have done more. Keep in mind, she and several others on the scene shouted for several minutes at the officers … pleading with them that George was dying.

The fact is … Darnella’s video could ultimately be the evidence that brings George’s killer to justice. Internet trolls should think about that before attacking a teenage girl.

Reported by Fox news we see first hand the mayhem caused by George Floyd’s death. Watching the video above underscores the abuse by rogue police officers who take it upon themselves to administer street justice. This is not a good thing. Police should protect people not kill them.

These types of wanton murders happen all too many time. In this case, we are not passing judgement here until the law takes its course, but the video, without a doubt, shows a man in pain, a man not able to breath, a man suffering from a malady, a man who is not a threat. On the other hand we see a police officer’s knee pressed into a man’s throat cutting off his ability to breath while other officers watch.



George Floyd’s Family Demands Arrest of Officers, Attorney Calls for State of Emergency Protesters Clash with Police in Minneapolis Following George Floyd’s Death

Reported by Fox news we see first hand the mayhem caused by George Floyd’s death. Watching the video above underscores the abuse by rogue police officers who take it upon themselves to administer street justice. This is not a good thing. Police should protect people not kill them.

These types of wanton murders happen all too many times. In this case, we are not passing judgement here, but the video, without a doubt, shows a man in pain, a man not able to breath, a man suffering from a malady, a man who is not a threat. On the other hand we see a police officer’s knee pressed into a man’s throat cutting off his ability to breath.




The worse the ECONOMY is come November the better chance the Democrats have in winning the presidency. But President Donald J. Trump has America’s back. Notwithstanding some of the ludicrous polls out there. Who believes them anyway when it comes to Trump? Watch him next month, his game face will be on as he goes on the warpath. Doing what he has to do at MAGA Rallies. Be there and support our President.

Democrats want you to forget about illegal aliens, sanctuary cities, crime riddled Chicago, Detroit, NY, Baltimore, ST. Louis, and Trenton, deaths in nursing homes due to stupidity by politicians, defending China, Mueller investigation, Impeachment farce and last but not least the Flynn frame up.

Don’t be fooled folks, once the Democrats are in you are out. Think China, think controlling your life from the day you are born to the day you die. A vote for them is as close to self inflicted suicide as you can get.



Four years in the making, THE HOAX, perpetrated on the America public by the Democrat Party, owned by “Lock Her Up” Clinton with complete complicity of the fake news media. The Mueller investigation, thanks to the ex-attorney general, Jeff Sessions, proved to be the scam of the century. Mueller in his final remarks let the door open. But we now find out this was part of the conspiracy; he was in on it.

So, Mueller’s investigation imploded, costing $100’s of millions, that being said, the media mob then went to plan B, the phone call to Vladimir Zelensky of Ukraine; well the Impeachment didn’t fair well.

And now the General Flynn caper. The FBI set Flynn up in a Sting Operation by the same people who conned the FISA court. Who are they? The same crew who tried to frame him before he became president. The DOJ has issued an order to dismiss. But wait this isn’t over. The Democrat corrupt Judge Sullivan, who is in the pocket of the liberal elite won’t enforce the order to dismiss the case. Sullivan has hired an attorney to defend himself. What? Must be guilty, eh? Look for the Sullivan to get reprimanded or perhaps impeached; he is dirty as they come.

In the end though, the Obamagate scandal will be unmasked. We know that Obama was in on it from the Get-go. Thank God for our John “bull” Durham who is spearheading the hunt. He is on their tail and the criminals are lawyering up. Crimes of a magnitude never seen before have been committed to sabotage a freely elected president. This coup d’eta happened on our watch. And we will see to it that those responsible pay the price.


Isn’t it ironic that Governor Cuomo blames Trump for the number of deaths relating to the Covid-19 Wuhan Coronavirus. Cuomo said he followed Trump’s CDC orders. Following orders from the Federal Government? This must be the first time.

For this hypocrite lets loose illegal aliens from jail, allows felons to vote, his sanctuary city policies protect criminals and the best yet, Cuomo told all New Yorkers to go shopping in Chinatown. We wonder how many people caught the virus while shopping there.

THE BLAME GAME STARTS! When an animal is caged they snarl to ward off attackers. This is the response expected of Cuomo who won’t take ownership of the dead bodies rolling out of nursing homes. If you believe him, we have a bridge to sell you.

So Cuomo ordered nursing homes to take Covid-19 patients without the necessary precautions that would have otherwise protected those who were non Covid-19 symptomatic. He was responsible to insure that all nursing home took the necessary steps in preparation for the virus effective patients before admitting them. But he did not.

Tucker Carlson lays it all out. Click here for his take.



MEMORIAL DAY – WHEN THE TRUE HERO IS NOT FORGOTTEN. Americans celebrate Memorial Day, but on this fitting occasion it is important to remember and give tribute to the men and women who have perished in our defense. They gave the ultimate sacrifice, their life, so we can live in liberty.

So this weekend, with the parades coming down Main Street being a distant memory, play the Battle Hymn, Yankee Doodle Dandy and the Star Spangled Banner as a reminder of those who served Our Country with pride.

Never forget them; it is our duty to witness and defend the Country they gave their life for. They had courage and valor, but never saw the victory we live today. Remembering them is the least we can do to honor their life, for they did not die in vain.

Please Salute the Flag in their honor.  Thank you.