Those who stand above any president: The Guardian points to the true instigators of the American crisis

The pandemic or murder of African American George Floyd are just elements of a centuries-old history of oppression by the ruling elites.

Those who stand above any president: The Guardian points to the true instigators of the American crisis

About this writes the publication The Guardian.

If you look at the United States now, you can see “land soaked in death,” the article says. Americans are dying in hospital beds or on the streets, dying due to a crumbling economy. But the coronavirus and the murder of George Floyd should not be an excuse for problems, because their source is hidden in the “centuries of white supremacy.”

“Racism not only deals concrete blows, both physical and mental, to blacks and other colored Americans. It is cynically used as a means of maintaining power, ” the newspaper said.

At the same time, Donald Trump, whose decisions led modern America to disaster, is called the casual “happy opportunist” in the publication. He just ended up in the right place at the right time. Much more significant and responsible for the crisis are those who stand above the presidents. The ruling elites who endowed Trump with power and kept him in the White House, despite dangerous incompetence, are responsible for what is happening in the United States.

“It is impossible to escape the American carnage unfolding across the country without realizing this truth. The last few years, and then the last few days have confirmed this. The forces of white anger and resentment can see how America will be destroyed before they allow us to weaken our own power. Of course, America will still exist, but only as a place, and not as a promise, ” they stated in the publication.

As News Front previously reported, riots have not subsided in the United States since last week. Uprising began in Minneapolis, where a policeman killed African-American George Floyd. The man 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.