George Floyd's family enlists United Nations for justice. And that's totally not suss at all.

Just when you think the overreaction to George Floyd’s alleged death couldn’t possibly get any more over-the-top, news just in clearly shows there is now no limit to the insanity.

Despite the Minneapolis City Council already agreeing to dismantle the city's police department after the death of Floyd in police custody, with Councilman Jeremiah Ellison telling NBC News he would 'work to disband the department in its current iteration',

the Floyd family’s lawyer, Ben Crump, has requested the UN intervene in the investigation over his death.

Yes, you read that correctly – the United Nations aka The One World Government.

The UN, of course, enjoys a stellar reputation, particularly when it comes to child sex trafficking and with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation coincidentally volunteering $300 million to the organisation, hopefully you're starting to join the dots by now. #AllLivesMatter #ChildSexTrafficking #ThesePeopleAreSick #DrainTheSwamp #ThisIsADiversion #FalseFlags #TheClintonFoundation #AllRoadsLeadBacktoEpstein

The UN is so trustworthy that in 2017, an Associated Press (AP) investigation revealed more than 100 United Nations (UN) peacekeepers ran a child sex ring in Haiti over 10 years and, surprise, surprise, none were ever jailed.

Now that's some justice for you right there.

The report further found that over the previous 12 years there had been almost 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by peacekeepers and other UN personnel around the world.

In fact, the AP found the abuse to be much greater than originally thought and after the release of the report, U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, urged all countries to hold UN peacekeepers accountable for any sexual abuse and exploitation.

As early as 2004, Amnesty International reported that under-age girls were being kidnapped, tortured, and forced into prostitution in Kosovo with UN and NATO personnel being the customers driving the demand for the sex slaves.

The UN's department of peacekeeping in New York acknowledged at that time that 'peacekeepers have come to be seen as part of the problem in trafficking rather than the solution'.

Yes, the United Nations is an organisation you can trust and an obvious choice for the Floyd family to ensure justice is served.

Crump stated, 'When a group of people of any nation has been systemically deprived of their universal human right to life by its government for decades, it must appeal to the international community for its support and to the United Nations for its intervention'.

'We echo the words of [Ethiopian] Emperor Haile Selassie I in his 1963 speech to the United Nations in which he pledged to continue to fight for equality and justice, 'until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned … until the colour of a man's skin is of no more significance than the colour of his eye.' he said.

International legal strategists and advocates Jotaka Eaddy and Jasmine Rand added: 'The comments made by President Trump on June 1, 2020, wherein he highlighted protecting citizens' right to bear arms above African Americans' right to life, heightens the urgency of the appeal to the United Nations, as we believe his comments will incite vigilante behaviour and violence against African Americans'.

They said the failure to address police violence had 'weaponized racism against African Americans'.

Crump said in a statement that the US 'has a long pattern and practice of depriving Black citizens of the fundamental human right to life'.

'The United States of America’s failure to appropriately respond to and address police violence and extrajudicial killings of persons of African descent constitutes an abridgement of their human rights'.

Their letter asked the UN to support their call for the U.S. and its state and local governments to do the following:

1. Seek full justice for Mr. George Floyd with all officers involved being charged with first-degree murder

2. End qualified immunity

3. End provision of military equipment to, and military-type training of police

4. Reinstate federal oversight/consent decrees where warranted

5. Establish civilian review boards to aid in the pursuit of justice for victims

6. Mandate the use of body cameras for all police officers and the immediate release of video footage and audio recordings following incidents involving police killings

7. Mandate training on de-escalation techniques

8. Support an independent prosecutor for police misconduct cases

9, Increase restrictions on no-knock warrants and use of non-uniformed police in citizen interactions

10. Establish an independent commission to review, investigate, prosecute and conduct independent autopsies in all police extrajudicial killings

11. Immediately implement and follow recommendations made by special procedures of the United Nations that ensure the United States upholds its human rights obligations, including in the context of policing and the elimination of racism

The letter was addressed to the Working Group on the Rights of People of African Descent at the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

It was signed by Quincy Mason, Floyd’s son; Philonise Floyd, his brother; Crump and four other members of Floyd’s family’s legal team.