Minneapolis Diversion: What’s Really Happening in Minnesota?

By Dr. John Reizer

A man recently lost his life in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the hands of a law enforcement officer who, undoubtedly, is a coward and criminal. There are no excuses, in my opinion, for these types of crimes against other human beings.

But what in the world is taking place in that same city concerning all the rioting and destruction of people’s properties? Is the mayhem occurring in Minneapolis the result of racial tensions between African Americans and law enforcement personnel, or is it being staged and filmed to look that way? Have professionals been hired to create what appears to be racial tensions and civil unrest? Has all this noise been unleashed by the controlling powers to get the sheeple in Minneapolis to join the protest?

Has the craziness in Minnesota been orchestrated to take away attention from the growing civil disobedience and unrest in other US locations stemming from the ongoing coronavirus fakery? There’s plenty of mayhem taking place due to government lockdown orders, but you do not see it covered on national mainstream media stations.

Why not? Where’s that coverage?

You can’t find it because that type of protesting has a cohesive effect on people. It brings the population together and strengthens society and its position against the government and against the fake pandemic.

The rioting and mayhem taking place in Minneapolis is divisive in nature and does what the powers that be want; it divides society. It makes the members of communities weaker and dependent on the government for protection.

Did the powers that be want to create a brief distraction for hypnotized citizens in America so that the growing numbers of people who are challenging the fake Covid-19 pandemic scenario can be more quietly marginalized by the police and healthcare authorities?

There are no coincidences when it comes to news cycles. Minneapolis has become a front-page soap opera story with all the theatrics, including the US National Guard. It smells a lot like a diversion, it looks a lot like a diversion, and I will leave the rest up to readers’ imaginations.

What do you think about this story?