Protests brought Washington’s authority down – even NATO rebels against the US

The US administration is reaping the fruits of police arbitrariness in the international arena.

Protests brought Washington's authority down - even NATO rebels against the US

Even in the countries of the transatlantic bloc, they sided with the rebellious Americans, who are organizing pogroms across the country after the murder of George Floyd. As you know, an African American was detained on suspicion of forging a check for $20. During the arrest, the policeman began to press his knee on Floyd’s neck. He said that he had nothing to breathe, but the policeman did not listen. As a result, the detainee died.

According to the Associated Press, Chinese experts are now urging US officials to “think twice before commenting on the situation in Hong Kong again”, and Russia stated that “the US has systemic problems with human rights”.

However, they opposed the United States in countries that are Washington’s “partners”. So, in London, thousands of people came to Trafalgar Square under the slogan “There is no justice, there is no peace”. Here they knelt, and then headed for the American embassy.

Surrounded by the building of the US diplomatic mission in Berlin. Hundreds of protesters gathered at the embassy, ​​hanging a banner with the words “Justice for George Floyd”.

In Canada, protesters against racism in the United States police dispersed with tear gas. The protest turned into a fierce confrontation between demonstrators and security forces.

Protests were recorded in New Zealand. People gathered at the US Consulate in Auckland. In their hands they held posters with the words “I can not breathe” and “The real virus is racism”.


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