Saturday Night Film: The Fall Of Minneapolis
Events So Horrendous, You Wonder If An Entire City Can Become Possessed
After I posted this, about Maryam Henein’s reporting on the fact the man who stabbed Derek Chauvin in prison had FBI as well as Mexican mafia ties, Catherine Austin Fitts alerted me to a documentary, posted on the Solari website, that debuted just as this bizarre stabbing occurred.
Crowd-funded, produced by Liz Collin, (also reporter,) written and directed by Dr. JC Chaix, Cinematography and Original Soundtrack by Josh Feland, it’s based on Collin’s book “They’re Lying: The Media, The Left, and The Death of George Floyd.”
The Fall of Minneapolis, is both depressing and redemptive; Hard to watch, yet one of the finest documentaries I’ve seen in a very long time. Finally a documentary that does not feel like propaganda or ego-driven esoterica. Where you can connect to the people speaking, emotionally as well as factually. Where things are clear, and everything is in the film for a reason, but the reason is never to manipulate you.
I really like this film.
It opens with a lengthy segment in which you see the entire footage from several cameras of “George Floyd’s” arrest, detainment, and transfer to an ambulance.
There is absolutely no excessive cruelty, no apparent venomous, racist, murderous spirit afoot, nothing except four police officers trying to get a very tall, muscular man to enter and remain in a police car after he is arrested for using counterfeit money. He’s cuffed but fighting wildly, screaming, seeming to be having paranoid hallucinations; It’s all incredibly sad, even before they burn down Minneapolis.
It will blow your mind to hear the true facts about all this, and to see the incredibly sinister backdrop, and cast of phony, preening globalist whores in positions of MN who made sure the police were destroyed, along with the city.
Floyd had (potentially) lethal levels of both methamphetamine, fentanyl, norfentanyl, and morphine in his system. His autopsy said: “No life threatening injuries identified.”
The restraining technique was precisely as per training, as per police instruction manual. Ambulance was called—(what racist murderer cops call an ambulance?)—and lo and behold, that was who failed to give George Floyd the oxygen that could have saved his life. The tube was not connected to the oxygen tank. It’s one death blow after another, to the official narrative that launched the global George Floyd Op and ensured BLM leaders could buy several mansions each etc.
(The public donated over $90 million to BLM after Floyd’s death.)
The most harrowing part of the film is the part about the Minneapolis police—what they went though, how betrayed and deserted they were. How their headquarters were burned down, their lives in danger, but maybe worst of all, the total collapse of everything they took a pledge to when they became police officers. Many of them got physically sick when they tried to return to work, from the post traumatic stress associated with the memories from the riots. You have to see it to believe it, how far the “stand down” orders actually went. It’s sickening.
The rioters, possessed with spirits of violence, arson, theft potential murder, even threw split pig heads (real ones) around. I fixate sometimes on details like this. Where did they get the pig heads from? Who was really behind this Lord of The Flies implosion of a major city in America’s heartland?
On that note, some text from Solari.com offers additional insight:
“Based on the book They’re Lying: The Media, The Left, and The Death of George Floyd written by award-winning investigative journalist-turned-producer Liz Collin, the crowd-funded The Fall of Minneapolisis a thought-provoking documentary about the death of African American Minneapolis citizen George Floyd during an encounter with law enforcement.
“The deeper perspective of this documentary goes beyond the surface-level narratives presented by mainstream media to explore the complexities of the event, raising doubts about whether a fair and accurate assessment of the incident was ever achieved. One of the most impactful aspects of the documentary is its portrayal of how personal and political interests left the entire Minneapolis police department exposed and vulnerable. The film also vividly illustrates the destructive aftermath of these events, showcasing the city’s devastation and the demoralized faces of the numerous police officers who subsequently resigned. Additionally, the documentary highlights the alarming rise in crime rates, painting a grim picture of the consequences faced by the community.
“As the documentary unfolds, it raises unsettling questions about whether the destruction witnessed in Minneapolis was a deliberate act orchestrated by those in power, rather than a result of mere negligence. It suggests that there may be a larger narrative at play, extending beyond the tragic death of George Floyd. These revelations make the film a compelling call for further investigation into the events that unfolded and the underlying motivations behind them.
“Solari covered the use of riots in 2020 as a tool of disaster capitalism. This documentary demonstrates how the police were encouraged to “stand down” and, therefore, allowed a city to be destroyed. Catherine has commented, “Imagine the wealth to be created by the few picking up real estate cheap. Alarmingly, it isn’t just Minneapolis; it is happening in many cities, including Memphis, Chicago, and San Francisco.” Referring to the recent visit to San Francisco by Xi Jinping, Catherine continues, “They were able to solve the homeless problem immediately; all the homeless were gone, and the question is, where are they? The minute they want this to stop, they can get it to stop; this is a plan.”
(Click above, to view the film.)
Postscript from a story that grows darker by the hour: Media reported on stabbing of Derek Chauvin in prison before his parents were called or informed of anything.
I’d like to take this moment to tell you that I have left the US, and am in Spain.
I’ll tell you more soon.