Dear friends, allow me to present to you my analyses which I have just drawn on which I have drawn a table, on the forms of the arrests of people of two skin colors in the same country, I have just constant these two different ways of treatments , which leaves me a little worried. I apologize beforehand by telling you that I have nothing in particular against the American police, and I ask you not to judge me at the first degree, I make only one observation and moral criticism on the facts and practices with the elements of the proofs, because all that fits in the context of the fight of the defense of (BLACK LIVES MATTER).

Elements that demonstrate injustice and racism in the United States of America.

In the USA, this man killed two people and kidnapped another, but curiously he was arrested with dignity. He was even given water to drink when he asked for it.

Dylan Roof killed 9 people in a church. He had been arrested with dignity and protected by a bulletproof vest. The police even stopped to buy him BURGER when he needed it, I wonder if he asked for it willingly or it was the police who offered it to him by themselves.

Philip Manshaus: Norway mosque shooter given 21-year prison sentence.

A far-right extremist in Norway was found guilty and sentenced to 21 years in prison on Thursday for killing his Chinese-born stepsister and then opening fire on an Oslo mosque. Philip Manshaus, 22, started shooting at the al-Noor Islamic Centre in Baerum last August during Eid al-Adha celebrations.

The sentence, given by the Oslo District Court, is the longest jail term under Norwegian law.

Manshaus told the court he regretted not having caused more damage. He confessed to the acts but called them “emergency justice”.

On August 10 last year, Manshaus killed his 17-year-old adopted stepsister, Johanne Zhangjia Ihle-Hansen, by shooting her four times with a hunting rifle at their home in Oslo.

He then drove to the nearby mosque, where he fired four shots at the glass door. No one was seriously injured and he was overpowered by one of the three worshippers at the mosque.

I list in photos some small overwhelming examples that show the extent of racism in the United States, here it is two different treatments of which the blacks are victims and suffer morally and psychologically. I consider it a justice to two speed.

New Zealand shootings ‘were inspiration’

Judge Annika Lindstroem of the Oslo District Court said Manshaus had plans to kill as many people as possible and set the mosque on fire.
She said he believed that “Europe is under attack from people of ethnic origin other than his own” and that “the white race is on the brink of extinction.”

The judge told the court he was mentally sane at the time of the attack. Investigators said they had found a photo of Adolf Hitler on his phone.

Lindstroem also said Manshaus was inspired by shootings in March 2019 in New Zealand, where a gunman targeted two mosques, killing 51 people. She said he was also inspired by a shooting in August 2019 in El Paso, Texas, where an assailant targeted Hispanics and left at least 22 dead.

After the sentencing, Manshaus said “I don’t confess my guilt, so I can’t accept the judgment. That would be contradictory.″ He and his defence lawyer said they would consider whether to appeal the verdict.

Norway mass killer Anders Behring Breivik defends massacre: “I would have done it again”

OSLO, Norway – Norwegian gunman Anders Behring Breivik insisted Tuesday he would massacre 77 people all over again, calling his July rampage the most “spectacular” attack by a nationalist militant since World War II.

Reading a prepared statement in court, the anti-Muslim extremist lashed out at Norwegian and European governments for embracing immigration and multiculturalism. He claimed to be speaking as a commander of an anti-Islam militant group he called the Knights Templar — a group that prosecutors say does not exist.

Maintaining he acted out of “goodness, not evil” to prevent a wider civil war, Breivik vowed, “I would have done it again.”

Pressed by prosecutors to explain what he meant, he compared his attacks to the U.S. dropping atomic bombs on Japan during World War II.
“They did it for something good, to prevent further war,” Breivik said.

Killing of George Floyd
But curiously and to my great surprise that I learn the voluntary and intentional assassination at the first degree, the death of Mr. George Floyd had not killed anyone, He had even submitted peacefully. He had simply asked to breathe, but he had been deprived of breathing, and damage he had died on the spot after respiratory suffocation.

Sheffield, 11.06.2020

By, Jenny Dakosta Van Mputu
Directeur Exécutif National
Human Rights Activist-Founder and National Executive Director of ‘No Impunity for the Congolese State’ (NICS) – Human Rights Organisation.
Address: C/O RAPAR. 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS.
Phone: 00447405082590 / 00447490875889

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