• ross1948 16:40 on March 30, 2021 Permalink Reply
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    UK Pravda’s Embley Forgets The Rest Of Us!


    ‘It is possible that this case might not go the way many people would like it to go…’

    Embley to a pro-Floyd lawyer, 9.15am, BBC World News.

    ‘Many people?’

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    The ‘BBC World News’ Leftist Extraordinaire…

    There Seems To Be A Lot Of White Privilege In The Response!’ Why Invite BLM Onto BBC? Evil Embley Needs No Echo! Unspeakable Embley’s Got To Go! 

    …neglected to mention the MANY OTHER people who have little or no sympathy with his tax-funded propaganda channel’s relentless promotion of the racist BLM and its ‘martyr.’

    Yet Embley’s bias was just the warning shot as my day got under way –

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    Big Katty! More kitten pix next week!

    My day had begun much earlier, but I refer to my non-cat-care day!

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    – for soon the prejudice was oozing thick and fast, one particularly obnoxious snarl brandished repeatedly by one UK Pravda hack after another…

    ‘A referendum on justice and equality across America.’

    …attributed again to -was it ‘some people’ or ‘many people?

    Okay, they lack the personal integrity to take responsibility for their sloganising, always careful to slime out of it by saying ‘it’s somebody else said it…..’

    …but come on!

    Seriously?

    Skip the ‘justice and equality‘ cr-p, with its clear suggestion that ‘guilty’ or ‘not guilty’ is not about what happened that day last year…

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    …but about ideological abstractions.

    A ‘referendum?

     It’s a trial, for Pete’s sake!

    I’m not saying one cannot make out a case for deciding a sentence by popular vote.

    There’s an obvious UK example springs to mind…

    …in which case there would be a huge decision in favour of capital punishment.

    But whatever else is going on in Minneapolis, it’s not a ‘referendum’ – it’s a trial!

    And it’s being covered by the BBC’s impartial Lebo Duseko, who refers to ‘Mr. Floyd,’ but then to ‘Chauvin,’ – no mister for the cop.

    Duseko should take fairness lessons from one of Mr. Chauvin’s defenders, a polite lawyer who described the late career criminal as ‘Mr. Floyd!’

     

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