The present state of affairs must remind anyone of the Bolshevik Revolution -- releasing felons out of prison, ordering the police to stand down, closing all the churches (i.e., no Mass), letting chaos run supreme. The Jewish mayor of Minneapolis even got the full Menshevik treatment yesterday insofar he's a 'liberal" but apparently not "liberal", or I guess, not "black" enough.
Many Americans might not realize it, but that old, famous Rolling Stones song "Sympathy for the Devil" is actually about the Bolshevik Revolution. It's a musical adaption of the Russian novel "The Master and Margarite", a drama set in the early days of the Soviet Union wherein the Devil is running around Moscow tricking otherwise "atheist" Russians into Faustian deals and bargains. This is why the song deals mainly w/ Russian themes like the Czar's assassination, Anastasia and the Romanovs, the German Blitzkrieg, etc. The song even begins with beating jungle drums, echoing the "rule of the jungle" typical of Bolshevik rule. During the Cold War, Russian involvement was quietly suspected in the Kennedy assassinations referenced in the song too (e.g., Lee Harvey Oswald's Russian emigration and wife, Abraham Zapruder the Ukrainian Jew, the enigmatic Russian "Babushka" Lady, Russian-backed Cubans), but I won't go down that rabbit hole here.
What I did want to highlight is the famous line about how "every cop is a criminal, every sinner is a saint" -- this too was a favorite Bolshevik technique, and it seems very apropos today. You literally couldn't pick a bigger or more absurd-looking sinner than Fentanyl Floyd to turn into a martyr and a "saint" -- and yet that's exactly how they're treating him now by carting his dead body around the country so people can "kneel" at the coffin and weep.
(l. pornographer as saint)
We're literally witnessing Sympathy for the Devil -- Fentanyl Floyd is the devil incarnate, or at least a pretty decent approximation, and yet we're all commanded to have sympathy for him -- to have Sympathy for the Devil -- to feel sorry for him, and to feel sorrow and sympathy for those of his ilk who are likewise sinners and devils and who instead choose to live by the law of the jungle. Any narrative based on "victimhood" (like BLM) ends in chaos and self-destruction since the First and Eternal Victim of Creation is Satan himself, and you're never going to be able to "out-victim" the biggest Victim in Creation.
The Past is Prologue, and the song Sympathy of the Devil nails it perfectly -- both in terms of the Bolshevik Revolution of the past as well as today's American coup d'etats.