It takes a nation to protect the nation
The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis caused widespread riots, destruction, and deaths across the United States. However, only 2 years earlier in that same city, Justine Damond was shot dead by a black Muslim police officer, when in her pyjamas and barefoot, as she approached the police car to tell them about the noise she had heard of a woman possibly being raped. Justine Damond was a 40 year old Australian American with no criminal convictions (unlike George Floyd), she was a slim woman (not a stocky tall man), she was not high on drugs (unlike George Floyd), she was barefoot and in pyjamas (unlike George Floyd).
By any account, the death of Justine Damond is far worse than that of George Floyd, yet there were no riots. Why is that? Simply put, it is because white people have not formed a tribal group to push for special privileges and exemptions, and do not try to gain the latter by rioting and looting whenever there is a perceived slight to that agenda.
There is no equal treatment in the media. There is no quid pro quo. The anti-white racism increases and becomes more dangerous day be day. Unless white people in the West push back on this 'splittism', this intent to divide society into competing race groups that hate each other and just push for benefits for their own tribal group - it could lead to situations like in Zimbabwe and South Africa, where the levers of power have been seized by black supremacists, and anti-white hate, discrimination, violence and even genocide run out of control.
Black Lives Mafia
Beating Lying Murdering
Black Lynch Mob
Juror in Chauvin case wore BLM t-shirt ; https://www.zerohedge.com/political/undisclosed-bias-even-wapo-ques...
Darwin accused of racist white male supremacy ! ; https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2021/05/10/charles-darwins-theory-...
The article talks about "Sheffield University" but no names given. Is this agenda being pushed by BAME people I wonders? In other words, naked racism to push the tribal agenda of an aggressive sectarian group.