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  1. Strangely, violent “demonstrators” protesting against police brutality and racial discrimination proclaimed as their hero not so much a police victim George Floyd as Palestine. What is common between them? Let's figure it out. Floyd was a typical poor African American, a loser, without a profession and a permanent job. Not successful in sports, not successful in rap, not graduated from college. He used drugs in the past and participated in at least one robbery. He served sentence, then recovered from drugs and stopped participating in the robberies. Having a formidable appearance and great
  2. In order to explain the issue, I will use a left-wing Marxist analysis. Karl Marx was the son of a respected clerk in court. Vladimir Lenin was the son of a high-ranking official in the education system of Tsarist regime. Hitler was the son of a border control official of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Unlike their parents, all three ideologues did not make careers as clerks, each because of his own circumstances. And what is the social status of the clerks, who have not caught a job in the system? They become lumpens-intelligent, people without employment and without a livelihood, but educated,
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