Elites and Black Folk

It is the intention of our elites to thoroughly destroy the black community.

There can be no question about it now.

A good clue to this can be seen in the incident between Jonathan Pentland and a black man who was walking through his neighborhood in South Carolina.

Mr. Pentland, a muscular man, a white man, an Army sergeant, confronted a black man who he felt did not belong there.

He pushed the black man and told him to get out of the neighborhood. Whether the black man lived in the neighborhood or not, I do not know.

Of course Mr. Pentland was not afraid for himself as he was a rather large man. He was frightened, no doubt, about what he perceived might happen to his wife or his kids if he were not there.

The purpose of this article is to illustrate that Mr. Pentland was frightened out of his wits at what he perceived the black man represented.

This is what the current civil rights movement has produced.

It has produced utter fear of black people.

When white people watch the riots in Minneapolis or Kenosha, they develop a morbid fear of black people.

These white people then make an internal decision to stay away from black folk.

They associate violence with black people.

This is why white people at Starbucks call the cops when a black man walks into the coffee shop.

This is why white cops stop black people when they walk through a white neighborhood.

This is why white people keep moving further away from the city.

This phenomenon is not lost on our elites.

Our elites are not stupid people, but they are bigots.

Our elites hate black people. If they liked black people they never would’ve outsourced jobs in the first place.

If they liked black people they would see that well-paying jobs are the most important thing for the survival of their community.

But they don’t like black people.

They only like black people as a source of prisoners for their corporate prison racket.

They only like black people as purchasers of the drugs that the elites fail to interdict.

They only like black people as slaves on their welfare plantations.

This is why our elites and their corporate benefactors are all behind Black Lives Matter.

This is why our elites have promoted Al Sharpton all these years.

This is why our elites promote race hustlers.

Our elites want to destroy the black community, and they understand that race hustling will segregate and decimate the black community.

Our elites understand that when black folk are focused on rage, they aren’t focused on education and building a business.

This misery, this poverty in the black community can be eliminated in one generation.

This fear that white people have of black people can be eliminated in one generation.

This racial strife can be washed away in one generation.

It begins with well-paying jobs.

With well-paying jobs, black people can prosper economically.

With well-paying jobs, looting goes away.

With well-paying jobs, drug use evaporates.

With well-paying jobs the corporate prison racket dissolves.

With well-paying jobs crime and gang life gets decimated.

As all these social ills go away, the negative perceptions of black people in the minds of whites becomes a thing of the past.

Positive perceptions will arise.

No longer will blacks be racially profiled.

No longer will black people be told to get the hell out of the neighborhood.

This the elites do not want.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Here a Shooting, There a Shooting

Why do we have all these shootings?

It’s a product of our rotten corporate culture that polarizes wealth while diminishing opportunities for struggling Americans.

It’s the mind-numbing counseling sessions coming your way when a coworker reports you for insensitive behavior.

It’s the fear of being fired by a cold corporate boss after twenty years of service.

It’s the lack of decent treatment in the form of a bathroom break at Amazon.

It’s the stress placed upon you to become a superstar.

It’s the pressure to get into an Ivy League school.

It’s the demand placed upon you to be a sexual smoothee.

It’s the requirement to be politically correct that our woke crowd insists upon.

It’s the lack of affordable healthcare.

It’s Corporate America’s greed that resulted in the outsourcing of well-paying jobs.

It’s the vile music from Atlantic Records and Cardi B which conditions you to behave like an animal.

It’s the smuttiness of Hollywood.

It’s the lockdown that shuttered churches, churches that offered the only decent alternative to this rotten corporate culture.

It’s idiotic slogans like no excuses and failure is not an option.

It’s the closing of schools that caused many children to become depressed.

It’s the closing of businesses that then laid off workers.

It’s the locking down of society that increased spousal abuse, child abuse, depression and psychological despair.

It’s the government replacing well-paying jobs with OxyContin, gambling, tattoos and cheap gossip.

It’s the government not regulating the excessive profits garnered by Palo Alto-Wall Street titans.

It’s the relentless programming of greed from shows like Shark Tank and The Profit.

It’s our national obsession with the Dow Jones average.

It’s the idiotic standardized tests that peg your value to your GPA and SAT score.

It’s US magazine letting you know what a loser you are for not being in the magazine.

It’s the diminishing of Christ through terms like CE and BCE.

It’s the rigging of elections.

It’s celebrities not paying for their crimes.

It’s Tiger Woods not having a toxicology screen done after falling asleep at the wheel.

It’s the authorities lying in your face.

It’s Epstein being murdered while in a maximum-security prison.

It’s Hillary and Trump not being held accountable for their shenanigans.

It’s Julian Assange being held for two years in a prison because he embarrassed the authorities.

It’s the nonstop wars which exist solely for corporate profits.

It’s innocent people like Seth Rich who die because they did the right thing.

It’s the censorship on YouTube for people who disagree with the government.

It’s the destruction of the black community by the powers that be (and their lackeys) who profit off this destruction.

It’s the use of the black community by Corporate America as fodder for their corporate prison racket.

It’s lying celebrities who shill for the powers that be.

It’s the social engineering from our elites.

It’s the intolerance for anyone who steps out of line.

Is that enough?

It’s all of those things acting in synergy that ratchet up the temperature in the kettle, that eventually brings the water to a boil.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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George Floyd’s Death

How did George Floyd die?

Well, if you watch mainstream media they want you to choose between his medical condition and the compression on his neck.

If you watch Fox News it’s the former, and if you watch CNN it’s the latter.

How about both?

Our macho culture dictates that it can’t be both.

But what if it is?

If you watch George Floyd while he is in Cup Foods prior to his arrest, he is moving around as if he is as high as a kite.

This is consistent with the methamphetamines that were found in his system.

Fentanyl was found also.

Fentanyl will cause respiratory depression which can contribute to hypoxia and hypercapnia, and ultimately acidosis.

This acidosis then increases the likelihood of an arrhythmia.

Methamphetamine, also in his system, prolongs the QT interval in his heart cells.

The prolongation of the QT interval in the heart permits renegade muscle cells to fire off and cause ventricular tachycardia, a fatal arrhythmia.

This is most likely what killed George Floyd.

George Floyd had 75% narrowing in one coronary artery, and 90% narrowing in another. Essentially, he was a dead man walking. It was only a matter of time.

His heart was enlarged; he had high blood pressure; and he was on drugs.

Now, it is certainly true that hypoxia and acidosis can aggravate that situation.

While the officers knee does not appear to be compressing the carotid artery or the trachea, it is certainly possible that his body weight hampered George Floyd’s breathing to the point where he was suffering a relative hypoxia and elevation of carbon dioxide in this blood. This would obviously contribute to an acidosis which would make George Floyd more prone to suffering an arrhythmia.

How much compression on the chest did George Floyd suffer?

More than he would have suffered had he been sat up against the car.

The question then becomes, would George Floyd have died of an arrhythmia had he been sitting up against the car?

It’s always possible, but the answer is probably not.

Can we then say that Derek Chauvin contributed to the death of George Floyd?

Yes.

Would a prudent officer have acted differently?

Well, there were three other officers on the scene, and none of them stopped Dereck Chauvin.

How about the police chief’s testimony?

Police chiefs are usually political individuals, and this police chief is no different. Indeed, he was quick to fire the other officers the day after George Floyd died. This suggests that this police chief is politically motivated.

He takes his orders from the woke crowd who are now trying to intimidate and influence the legal proceedings with the threat of more rioting.

How about Detective Zimmerman’s testimony? As the defense counsel pointed out, Detective Zimmerman has been out of the loop from day-to-day policing for a long time. I think it’s safe to say that the streets are a little tougher than they were back in the day.

How about the other police officers who are testifying against Derek Chauvin? It’s clear from their testimony that they have been conditioned (through fear of rioting and consequences to the city) to testify against Derek Chauvin. It seems unlikely then to get an honest evaluation from any officer on the Minneapolis police force. One has to wonder if they have been threatened in an unspoken manner with loss of promotion or loss of job if they testify in Derek Chauvin’s behalf.

How about another officer in another locality? Would they have acted in the same manner given the same circumstances?

Probably.

Why probably?

1. Officers can’t predict the future.

2. George Floyd was incredibly strong.

3. The officer’s adrenaline would be juiced up.

Armchair quarterbacks always have all the answers, but as Clausewitz noted in his treatise on war, there’s something about a bullet zinging by your head that gives war a whole new meaning.

Another consideration, given that the left in the United States believes that we are a racist culture, is that the officers would be racist.

Given that, any other officer, white or black, would’ve acted precisely in accordance with how Derick Chauvin reacted.

Of course, this does not make the officer’s actions correct, just in line with how other officers would react and have reacted.

Given all that, it seems clear that Derek Chauvin’s actions were the straw that broke the camel’s back. Since he had no prior knowledge of George Floyd’s medical condition, he can hardly be convicted of murder in any degree. A manslaughter conviction would be similarly shaky if you accept the belief that his actions contributed to his death by no more than 10 to 15%, despite the opinions of doctors who can not support their claims that Derek Chauvin’s actions were the cause of death.

How so, doctor? Do you have a machine that can tell us with definitive authority that what you say is so?

Maybe.

If we view death as a sum of events and stipulate that so many points attributed to those events when cumulatively surpassing a threshold constitutes death then we can develop a model for assigning blame.

Let us stipulate that 95 points out of 100 equals death. Then what is the assignation of points to each factor contributing to George Floyd’s death. Of course our assignation of points is somewhat arbitrary but still based upon reality.

Coronary Artery Disease: 75 points

Drug Use: 15 points

Hostile Crowd: 2 points

Officer: 8 points

Is the assignment of these point values fair?

For sure we know that coronary artery disease and drug use contribute to death significantly, much more so than an officer (approximately 150 pounds with equipment) leaning on the back of the neck and back. In fact, the points given to the officer’s actions may be more than generous, for if leaning on the back of the neck were inherently dangerous the policies never would have been instituted in the first place.

As a matter of fact positional asphyxia represents less than 1% of all police related deaths.

Still a synergistic effect does exist, and so assigning 8 points may indeed be fair.

Of course, all of this is irrelevant.

I would be very surprised if the officer was exonerated of manslaughter.

The jurors do not live in a vacuum, and there is no escaping the fact that they have been subjected to the “certainty” that all hell will break loose if Derek Chauvin goes free.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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JD Vance

JD Vance seems to be the candidate of the day.

He is running for a Senate seat in Ohio.

Suddenly he is everywhere on the media.

He is there on Tucker Carlson. He is there with Charlie Kirk.

These hosts pre-program you by announcing that JD Vance is one of the most insightful and smartest guys around.

How do they know that? Did they grow up with him? Have they worked side-by-side with him for decades?

Or are these hosts just part of Corporate America’s game?

JD Vance of course is the man who wrote the book Hillbilly Elegy which made him a lot of bucks.

JD Vance grew up in hillbilly country but then proceeded on to Yale University where he socialized with a different set of people.

He is positioned as a common man who made good, a common man who can lead the Republican party out of the wilderness.

What do I think of him?

Run away from him.

Run away from him as fast as you possibly can.

He is no common man.

He is no hillbilly anymore.

Perhaps he once was, but he’s not anymore.

He claims to be against corporate power, but it is corporate power and the people behind corporate power, the major universities, that put him where he is.

It was a major publishing house, HarperCollins, that sold 3 million copies of his book.

You don’t get those sales on the force of your own personality. It takes connections with major media to make those kinds of sales.

It’s a fact of life that people like what they know and that they often have to be given permission by the authorities to buy a book.

Authorities: This is a smart person; buy this book.

Sheep: Okay, authorities; I want to be smart too, so I will. I’ll place it on my shelf but never read it.

It was a major university, Yale, that accepted JD Vance into law school.

His wife, a fellow Yale graduate, clerked for Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts.

Usha Chilukuri, his wife, works for an extremely powerful law firm named Munger, Tolles, and Olson. The Munger in that firm is Charles Munger, a principal in the firm Berkshire Hathaway. Charles Munger is also a connected Harvard graduate and a buddy of Warren Buffett who is a buddy of Bill Gates.

JD Vance has access to major media.

He has the backing of Peter Thiel, another connected individual.

That’s a long way from Butcher Holler.

JD Vance owes his bones to corporate power.

He is corporate power.

This comes straight from Wikipedia:

“In 2017, he joined Revolution LLC, an investment firm founded by AOL cofounder Steve Case, as an investment partner, where he was tasked with expanding the “Rise of the Rest” initiative, which focuses on growing investments in under-served regions outside the Silicon Valley and New York City tech bubbles.

In 2019, he co-founded Narya Capital in Cincinnati, Ohio, with financial backing from Peter Thiel, Eric Schmidt, and Marc Andreessen. In 2020, Vance raised $93 million for Narya Capital.”

Does that sound like a hillbilly to you? Can you see the still and the moonshine?

See how far you get without that corporate power.

You won’t get very far at all.

Is it therefore likely that JD Vance will bite the hand that feeds him?

Unlikely.

Despite what comes out of his mouth, he will do what Corporate America tells him to do.

Actions speak louder than words.

If he is really opposed to corporate power, then why did he accept their book deal?

Why did he appear on Tucker Carlson?

Did Jesus go work for the Roman empire?

Did Jesus break bread with Julius Caesar?

Did Jesus work within the system?

No.

JD Vance is another puppet, controlled by Corporate America, to represent the common man for the best interest of Corporate America.

He will do nothing for the common man.

Run away from him.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Robert De Niro, Molecular Biologist

You’ll be happy to know that Robert De Niro has more sway over your family members than you do.

That’s right.

Robert De Niro has more influence on your family members than do you. I don’t care what your field is, Robert de Niro knows more.

Whether you are a baker, a candlestick maker, nuclear physicist, a doctor, or a molecular biologist, Robert knows more than do you.

More importantly your family members will take their cue from him.

Forget about all your years of training.

Forget about all the toil and sweat that you invested in becoming a master of your craft.

Robert De Niro knows more.

This is the consequence of our idiotic superstar culture.

You may be wondering now what I am talking about, and so I shall tell you.

As you may have already deduced from some of the columns I have written, I am a pediatrician.

I have been practicing pediatrics for over 38 years now.

It seems logical to me that I may have learned a thing or two.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has begun, I have written more than just a few articles regarding COVID-19.

While communicating my opinions to the public at large, I have also communicated my opinions to my two sisters who, are family members, and who come from the same womb.

I do not like Dr. Fauci. I think Dr. Fauci is a devious liar who fronts for Corporate America.

Unlike the talking heads on television, I don’t need to rely on studies to justify my opinions because I am the study. I have worked in healthcare for over 3 1/2 decades. I don’t need a study in order to support what I say.

Now, you would think that this would carry some weight with my two sisters.

Let me assure you that it does not.

Just yesterday I received a group text from one of my sisters. She was talking about her grandson. She stated that she was taking care of her grandson who was sick. Then she related, in so many words, that he’d had a COVID-19 test and that it was negative. Then, in near morbid relief, she says: Thank God!

Now, I have told her numerous times that the risk of complications from COVID-19 to children is near zero.

Zero.

Her grandson, who has no underlying medical problems, has a near zero chance of having any complications from COVID-19.

And yet she is acting as if her grandson had dodged a LAWS missile.

Why would my sister react this way?

Why would she think that her grandson would be in danger?

I’ll tell you why.

Robert De Niro, molecular biologist. Robert De Niro, specialist in infectious disease.

This is the consequence of the idiotic superstar culture we have built up in the United States.

Your family members who come from the same womb are more likely to believe Robert De Niro, no matter what the issue is, than you in your field of expertise.

Robert De Niro has of course, no expertise in these various areas.

What Robert De Niro knows is acting, perhaps movie direction, and the business of making movies.

Of course, I could be speaking unfairly. Who knows the true skills of this amazing man.

Maybe Robert De Niro is a molecular biologist on the side. Maybe he has been shielding this from us. Maybe he has a secret lab in the basement of one of his mansions. Maybe he, under a pseudonym, has written highly technical papers on membrane receptors.

It’s possible.

But is it likely?

No.

Since it is not likely, and since the majority of the people in the United States now take their understanding of COVID-19 from Robert De Niro, what are the consequences of this?

You figure it out.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Rob Manfred, Puppet

Well, I knew Rob Manfred, being a Harvard graduate, would ruin baseball. I just thought it would take him longer than this.

There’s no place for politics in sports.

None.

Apparently Rob Manfred, the dopey commissioner of MLB, doesn’t think so.

Rob Manfred, as you may know, recently made the decision to move the MLB All-Star game out of Atlanta because he and his elites don’t approve of the Georgia voting law.

Well, who gives a fuck what Rob Manfred thinks of the Georgia voting law?

And why is the Georgia voting law any of Rob Manfred’s business?

Indeed why does Major League Baseball care about the Georgia voting law?

Does Major League Baseball care about any of the other various policies in various states across the nation?

Should they?

It’s not Major League Baseball‘s job to care about how any state conducts its business or its voting practice.

It’s not Rob Manfred’s job either.

We have elected leaders to do that. Do you remember that quaint concept known as representative democracy?

Are we to replace that now with the whims of corporate titans who are now either controlled or heavily influenced by a politically correct Harvard University?

Make no mistake about it, Harvard is behind this.

Harvard leads the way.

Do you know what Major League Baseball‘s job is?

Ticket on the clue train: it’s not to follow Harvard..

Its job is to entertain us.

Its job is to relieve us from the pressures of daily life for three short hours.

Major League Baseball‘s job is not to cause us more pain.

Major League Baseball‘s job is not to raise our consciousness.

Our consciousness is raised enough already.

We already live in a world of shit.

We already know how the real world works.

We don’t need a motherfucker like Rob Manfred to tell us how horrible the world is.

We already know.

But, what else could you expect from a Harvard graduate?

If you ever needed any proof that Harvard University is controlling the strings, that Harvard University is the master puppet master in re-engineering our society, you just got a lesson in it yesterday, when Rob “Motherfucker” Manfred, Harvard graduate, decided to enter the world of politics.

Baseball is finished.

Thank you Harvard University.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Genetic Holocaust

The scientists who emphatically state that the COVID-19 virus did not leak out of a lab are hardly impartial.

They know full well the ramifications if it is proven that this COVID-19 virus leaked out of a lab somewhere. It will mean stricter controls on their labs, and this they are frightened of. This they do not want.

It’s much safer for all of them, they think, if they agree that this COVID-19 was just an accident in evolution. Enter the convenient bat.

Why not? Everybody hates bats anyway.

Yeah, sure, the bat did it.

In that way, life can move on for the scientists.

But about us?

Now is a good time for our leaders to thoroughly examine the extent to which knowledge of genetics and gene manipulation is exchanged openly throughout the world. Is this a good idea?

Imagine if Robert Oppenheimer back in the 1940s said to FDR and Truman: “You know what, we should really make this Manhattan Project open source information and collaborate with the finest minds around the globe?” What do you think they would say to that?

How about this: “Are you crazy?”

Well, the same can be said of current research going on in the field of genetics and genetic manipulation. Our scientists now have the power to do some serious damage to not just humanity, but to life on earth. And it’s all out there for everybody to see.

The potential damage from a genetic Holocaust far outstrips the damage from a nuclear weapon.

There is no China versus America when it comes to COVID-19 and other issues in genetics. Western scientists and Chinese scientists have been collaborating extensively for decades in genetic research.

Many of our scientists have worked with the Chinese, and many of their scientists have worked in the US. Currently the head of the Chinese CDC is a man named George Gao who trained at Harvard University.

Whatever bad (or good) happens in genetics and virology is a product of this collaboration.

To blame the Chinese, or anyone, is fruitless. All the scientists are to blame because collectively they all contributed to the infrastructure which underpins the good and the bad.

The problem is in what these scientists are doing, how they are doing it, and how that information is exchanged.

Open knowledge isn’t always a good idea.

Open knowledge might have led to the development of COVID-19. And it might have occurred quite innocently as a good idea gone bad.

But, shhh, we can’t talk about that.

It’s much safer to believe that a bat did it. In that way, everybody goes home a winner.

Except us.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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