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Derek Chauvin – Ex Minneapolis Police Officer who pinned the slain George Floyd to the ground and had his knee firmly pressed to his neck until he died.
The murder of George Floyd was not accepted by the black minority in the United States of America and globally.
George Floyd was slaughtered by Derek Chauvin on Monday, 25 May, but to date, protesters are still on the streets demonstrating against his human-slaughter and for his justice.
After Floyd was murdered and the graphic video of his murder leaked, the Minneapolis police in Minnesota did not act swiftly to arrest the perpetrators of the murder, and that is one thing that led to the protesters taking to the streets to demand that justice be served.
Buildings were burned, service stations were looted and subsequently burned, police vehicles also got burned and cars of civillians who acted against the protesters were also allegedly burned.
Despite fuelled calls for justice, the police dragged their feet, but ultimately arrested the main culprit, Derek Chauvin, and charged him with the murder of the slain African-American, George Floyd, but that was not enough.
The civillians wanted all the four officers to be held accountable for the murder of George Floyd since they were all at the scene of his murder and did nothing to stop, Derek Chauvin, from executing his heinous act.
Their violent protests continued until all the other remaining officers were also arrested and charged and they sure look good in their new uniform. A uniform suitable for people of their calibre, who have shown the world how merciless they were when looking down an incident of a man being publicly emasculated, begging for his life.
The #BlackLivesMatter protest has since continued peacefully and celebrities have also found themselves joining the masses in the protests to demand equality in the United States of America.
Nick Cannon, Ariana Grande, Jamie Foxx, Tessa Thompson, Timothee Chalamet to name but a few, also demonstrated against police brutality that is more or less aimed at black people.
Meanwhile in other unrelated news, South Africans want the government and the Constitution to prioritise South Africans and put them first before other nations.
The outcry was sparked by issues relating to the Social Relief of Distress Grant and the Social Relief of Distress (Food parcels) that may be given to the foreign nationals who are apparently stranded in South Africa due to the lockdown regulations.
South Africans want those foreigners to be deported back to their respective countries and for the help to be given to the distressed sons and daughters of the soil before anyone else.
Herman Mashaba said that he truly finds it an insult that “we” are still debating the question of our government putting its citizens ahead of other nations. He further said that it is a natural human position to take care of your own children before helping neighbours.
Nelisa Faltein also said that she loses sleep over the fact that South Africans are subjected to poverty. She lambasted the feeling of them having to wake up to the notion that there’s no “work” yet they grin and bear seeing the foreign nationals wake up to go to their workplaces on a day-to-day basis while they’re confined to their homes without employment.