HUGE QUESTION: Why didn’t the paramedic try to resuscitate George Floyd before haphazardly lifting him onto the stretcher? No pulse check? No CPR? No neck stabilization?

Damn, this may be another gov’t false flag, and George Floyd a paid crisis actor. He may not actually be dead!

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Image: HUGE QUESTION: Why didn’t the paramedic try to resuscitate George Floyd before haphazardly lifting him onto the stretcher? No pulse check? No CPR? No neck stabilization?

(Natural News) Here it comes. The questions are mounting again against a false narrative spewed by the mass media all over the country and the world. Intelligent people are figuring this one out. Let the questions fly. Let’s start with the two cops and the one paramedic who literally drop Floyd on the ground while trying to place him on the gurney. That could have broken his neck right there if his spine was already compromised. How did they know he even needed a stretcher? If they knew he needed a stretcher, why was the EMT worker still setting up the stretcher while the cop had his knee pressed on Floyd’s neck?

If the paramedic was so sure they needed a stretcher, who told him that? The cops had simply walked Floyd across the street, then pinned him to the ground, cuffed him, and were keeping him from fighting back, right?

So then, who called for the ambulance and knew Floyd was already so dead that he wouldn’t require any search by EMS staff for signs of life, breathing, broken neck, anything, before flopping him and twisting him onto a stretcher?

Did someone tell the paramedics ahead of time that Floyd was already unconscious and would need to be thrown into the ambulance as fast as possible? Watch the embedded video below and notice how the EMT is taking his sweet time getting the stretcher off the ambulance, not in any rush whatsoever.

The EMT/Paramedic knows something we don’t when he pulls up to the scene

First, the EMT pulls up and pulls out the stretcher, then 3 cops help him toss Floyd onto the gurney. But wait, does the EMT already know something about Floyd’s condition? If a guy being arrested is simply pinned on the ground by a cop, why did this EMT unload a stretcher? It’s not like Chauvin got off Floyd at a midway point and noticed his neck was broken or that he had no pulse and wasn’t breathing. How does the EMT know he needs a stretcher, and why doesn’t he check Floyd’s vital signs first?

There’s a big hole in this narrative, and it’s all hinged on how Floyd was treated AFTER the 9 minute infamous Derek Chauvin neck kneel.

The EMT/paramedic didn’t even check first to see if George Floyd was breathing. Then they might have saved his life by performing CPR. The EMT didn’t even properly stabilize Floyd’s neck. The EMT didn’t check for a pulse either.

Next, why is there only ONE paramedic? Nothing else important seemed to be going on in the immediate area that would require other attention. There we no riots or multiple injuries from the arrest situation, so where’s the driver or the partner EMT? The other cops who watched Chauvin kill Floyd are literally helping the solo EMT set up the stretcher, and then they all just drag Floyd across the street unconscious, like they ALL already knew the next steps to getting his body out of the video camera shots. Straight to the morgue with you buddy (or witness protection).

Huge holes in Floyd death narrative suggest we’ve all been manipulated, again

It’s time to investigate ALL the wholes in the George Floyd narrative. No disrespect to this man who apparently died at the knee of a criminal cop, but just like 9/11, Sandy Hook, the Pulse Night Club, and so many more mass media narratives, this one’s got more holes than a jumbo slice of Swiss cheese.

Here are 70 more unanswered questions about George Floyd’s death and the riots that ensued after. Watch and be shocked. This is mind-blowing. Always question the mass media narrative, and this is exactly why you should:

Was the death of George Floyd faked? Are we, as intelligent humans, allowed to question the narrative, when it’s so “sensitive” and supposedly “racial?” Are you a racist for asking questions? No, you’re not.

Everybody take one more minute and use your brain to think about this: How does the EMT already know he needs a stretcher when he arrives, and why doesn’t he check Floyd’s vital signs first?

Tune your internet dial to for news about crisis actors who get caught at every mass media “event” acting badly on camera. This has been a public service announcement for people who still have a brain.

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You should really start thinking about a second passport

On September 3, 1838 Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey sat in a train car heading north out of Baltimore.

Frederick would later recount how his heart pounded as he waited for the conductor to check his papers. As a black man in a southern slave state, Frederick had to prove he was legally allowed to travel north to the free states.

But Frederick didn’t have “free papers” because he was still enslaved. Instead, he disguised himself as a sailor, and borrowed a “sailor protection pass” from an acquaintance.

The pass included a description of the sailor, and Frederick knew it would not hold up to close scrutiny because they didn’t look all that alike.

Perhaps distracted by the authoritative eagle seal, the conductor readily accepted the document, collected the fare, and moved on.

After almost being spotted by a ship captain he knew, and interrogated by another acquaintance aboard a ferry, Frederick arrived safely in New York.

With the help of abolitionists, he settled in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

And to further conceal his identity and evade capture as a fugitive slave, he changed his name to Frederick Douglass, and began his life as a free man.

Douglass was continuing the age-old tradition of migrating to find freedom– in the most literal sense of the word.

A few decades later, the confederate states would lose the Civil War.

Much of the south had been devastated by the war. Many farms had been scorched, and entire towns razed to the ground. Economic prospects in the south seemed bleak, so many southerners started looking abroad for better opportunities.

Brazil was still a very young nation at the time, and quite keen to attract talented foreigners who could help develop its vast agricultural potential.

So the Brazilian government offered direct subsidies and tax breaks to attract talented farmers who knew how to grow cotton. Roughly 10,000 “Confederados” picked up and moved to Brazil.

From 17th century French Huguenots settling in South Africa for religious freedom, to Europeans fleeing World War II for South America, there are countless examples of people throughout history uprooting, and starting anew.

All moved in search of a better life. Some desired freedom, some just wanted to be left alone, and others sought economic opportunities. All of these are very common themes throughout history.

Today is really no different.

All over the world people are rethinking where they live.

Some are experiencing looting and rioting, and others want to escape extreme government lockdowns. Others are now working from home, and see no reason to stay in an expensive city with an insane tax burden.

Some people just want to be left alone, and live far from the Bolshevik mob-rule in their home countries right now.

These are all still totally valid reasons to emigrate today, just as they were in the past.

Hundreds of years ago this was super risky. Many would-be migrants had to travel by rickety boats and be tossed around by the ocean, cramped in close quarters that were teeming with disease and vermin.

Today it’s extremely easy to move abroad, and even easier to go to a new city or state.

The world is a big place and even if you don’t want to move right now, it makes sense to think through your options.

Know your limit for how much you are willing to take, and decide now at what point enough will be enough.

You don’t want to be thinking through where to go while you’re packing your bags after an emergency strikes close to home.

Start by looking at one easy option: legal residency in a foreign country. Residency alone is a huge benefit. Even now with lockdowns and travel restrictions all over the world, countries still allow legal residents to enter.

Panama is a great example because it has about 50 ways to gain residency.

Residency already gives you a significant expansion of options for where to live, work, and invest.

But having multiple citizenships is an even higher level of protection. You can even hand down your citizenship to your children, and future generations.

We often talk about the four main ways to acquire a second citizenship: ancestry, residency, investment, and flexibility– such as through marriage, adoptions, or religion.

First, you should check your ancestry. The “lucky bloodline club” has the easiest and cheapest path to citizenship if you can show your ancestors came from places like Italy, Ireland, and about a dozen other countries.

You can also obtain a second passport by becoming a legal resident of a foreign country, and then eventually going through a naturalization process.

For example, Portugal offers a Retirement and Online Worker Visa. And after five years, you’ll be eligible to apply for full citizenship. A Portuguese passport has the added benefit of allowing you to live, work and travel freely in all 27 member-states of the EU.

When it comes to citizenship by investment, Caribbean countries are the cheapest options.

Their economies depend heavily on tourism, which has ground to a halt since the coronavirus prompted world wide lockdowns and travel restrictions.

In response, we have already seen Caribbean countries drop their prices to attract economic citizens. Caribbean passports have gone on Covid sale.

A single individual could even buy a St. Lucian passport for as little as the $37,500 filing fee, if you are willing to risk $250,000 in a no-interest five year government bond.

At the end of day it’s all about building a better life, wherever that takes you.

This has been common for thousands of years of human civilization.

It’s no different today– except for the fact that it’s a lot easier to do.

If you want to learn more, we recently updated our free, in-depth article about the eight easiest citizenships & passports to acquire worldwide.

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