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Well, burning down cities is most certainly easier, and so many of the young generation have been constantly rewarded even for failure that they expect to win no matter what, rather than fail, learn from the mistakes, and rise again later. Instant gratification is what they expect...

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3 hours ago, Hotone said:

 

Robert Johnson, founder of Black Entertainment Television, told CNBC on Monday the US government should provide $ 14 trillion of reparations for slavery to help reduce racial inequality. The wealth divide and  police brutality against blacks are at the heart of protests that have erupted across the nation following last week's killing of George Floyd during an arrest in Minneapolis.

"Now is the time to go big" to keep America from dividing into two separate and unequal societies.

“Wealth transfer is what’s needed,” Johnson said. “Think about this. Since 200-plus-years or so of slavery, labor taken with no compensation, is a wealth transfer. Denial of access to education, which is a primary driver of accumulation of income and wealth, is a wealth transfer.” “I’m talking about cash. We are a society based on wealth. That’s the foundation of capitalism.”

In November of 2019, Leaders of the New Jersey’s Legislative Black Caucus introduced a bill that would establish a Reparations Task Force, which would aim to research the history of slavery within the state, any racial discrimination that stemmed from it, and how the state could help make up for it.

No one is stopping you from giving all your money to the cause so what are you waiting for?

 

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34 minutes ago, El Nikko said:

No one is stopping you from giving all your money to the cause so what are you waiting for?

 

I am not planning to donate any money.  I just want to draw your attention to their grievances. You can't get away with just telling African Americans to work harder.

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15 minutes ago, Hotone said:

I am not planning to donate any money.  I just want to draw your attention to their grievances. You can't get away with just telling African Americans to work harder.

Yes I can, most of the rioters don't work, same as the drug deals and all the other scum.

There's plenty of black people who have worked hard and do well, some of which have just had their businesses destroyed by filthy layabouts.

Structural racism is in your mind and I'm guessing you aren't even black so you're using them to further your own political agenda...shame on you

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IMHO,

Since World Socialist Movement started in 1904, which kind of the first globalization movement. It emphasized in globalization and social conflicts to have absolute  central government power . Later on this movement split to Socialism and Communism.The main difference is:

Communism: Raise to power by guns, then turn into Socialism.

Socialism: Left Parties united together get to World Socialist State by votes in countries world wide.

Later Eastern Communism evolved to Leninism,Stalinism, Maoism. When the Soviet Union collapse, we can only see Communism collapse while Socialism is still there.

Korean,China, Vietnam are post communism state, Mission accomplish when totalitarian party in power . Instead of central governments with absolute power ensure equality like the plan, Central Governments turned to new Elite class and you are on your own, no equality as planned. They did end the social conflicts though. You don't agree you go to trail,. You don't allow to have gun so good luck with rebel for freedom.My prophecy is that when the elites grow too big to be sustainable, then they will turn on each other or to their neighbor and  they will promise prosperous future to you or your descendants to get to the front line of the war.  Until then all you can do is to live in fear and hope for your next life reborn in a rich or powerful family and you will have more equality than others.

Western Socialism parties are still on their mission to have a powerful central top down government like its sibling and it needs social conflicts to get to power to ensure equality, with alliance from other left parties and new global corporations who share the same goal (before corporations were limited within each country). Why Russia and China joined the alliance? Because they are global corporation themselves, state control economy, remember? The former is selling oil and the later is selling labors.

However the met resistance from people who were born and raised with the freedom air, no governments are consider public servants.

Particularly in the strongest nation where people have a tradition of mind their own pocket, don't hate people who are more successful or lucky than them. And believe they will still have a chance to be successful if they are working hard or smart or lucky enough. To tell these people to have social conflicts from rich and poor makes no sense to them, virtually no elite class or victim class (from CEO to employee, internally).

If you don't have one, create one. Socialists revive a victim class:

-Descendants of the slaves with old hatred and historical weight. 

-The minority immigrant citizens who came to the US with empty hand with low starting point compares to native citizens (yet they still have full right and enjoy a living standard or welfare they would not have even if they was working really hard in their origin countries). 

- The youngster who just finish their rebellious ages, came to urban area and enjoy new lifestyle, lots of energy, tend to listen to their herd not their head. Who  are inexperience, thirsty for praise and recognition. Tell them their family traditional values are outdated, unsustainable and holding them back. Tell them that many people in their ages around the world don't have to invest big debt for college fees anymore and why should they go through their early beautiful life with debts (They don't realize that by having free colleges education now, they will have to payback in the next 44 years and the total payment will much much more, proportional with their income, than just borrowing now and pay within 21 years, with tax discount). The debt will also help them take responsibility in choosing their major carefully, prepare harder for their future, and prevent them to waste money on something else as youngster are terrible to control their budget. 

Socialist deceive these groups to stop their appreciation for being a US citizen. US has never been great. They tell these groups are the victims of discrimination and don't bother to put more time and efforts to prove their values. The easiest way is follow their lead and fight for justice and equality will be great investments. (The equality will be the result of people lack of motivation to work and fewer can go further with wealth because of high multilevel of  taxes. Why should anyone trade time for money while you can have both? Yes the money is a bit less but time is priceless and I can spend more time with friends and family. It is new value of life)

Eventually you will reach post Communism state like other Communism countries above, and you are still on your own because of the inefficiency of corruption. And there will be always some elite ruling class and their number will keep expending. Yes you still have the democracy with multiple parties platform but that will be just the illusion of choices. You work harder or invest more in study yet there will be not much differences. Then you would miss the freedom of rewarding for your effort you once have when you were young. 

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3 hours ago, Enthalpic said:

White privilege is not a feeling or opinion by an individual - at least hopefully.  I like to believe that most people are not severely racist anymore.

Years of segregation did create a white privilege that persists to this day.   By excluding blacks from certain neighbourhoods it concentrated the wealth, and taxes, into those areas.  School boards etc. are funded locally, and unequally.  Socioeconomic factors persist for generations if not indefinitely.   Every heard of "old money" from a WASP?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redlining

This still persists to this day, suburbs are over represented by white people who can afford to leave the cities. When they leave the city they take their money with them, and the people who were too poor to leave end up worse off. Alternatively, you gentrify the area and drive them out with rising property taxes and rents.

 

None of what is unfolding is new, hard to blame NWO.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watts_riots

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1992_Los_Angeles_riots

I grew up in Los Angeles, Inglewood actually. Maxine Waters is now the representative. My dad was a communist and a realtor block-breaker who specialized in helping Blacks buy houses wherever they wanted to. There was no problem. It went fairly rapidly once it started. Blacks were able to move wherever they could afford to by law since the early sixties. It was a little more difficult before then. I lived through several riots. My dad was pistol whipped in a bank, robbed of rent by a black, and shot near his eye with a pellet gun. That was right outside his real estate office. His racial ideas changed somewhat over the years. In my days Inglewood was a real step up from a few blocks away near Crenshaw and Florence. Inglewood is still nice and is pricey by most standards. 

One of the main problems for AAs in Los Angeles today is that Mexicans are taking over some of their traditional neighborhoods. 

I spent my first five years in a housing project in Detroit that I thought was pretty nice. Years later it got so bad that it was scraped to the ground. When visiting relatives I have been warned not to try to revisit the area. 

I started a new topic. Reasons African Americans are Grateful to be Americans

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1S8LU_I-WD_lvudOShhNRAWuBFcHmQvPd8oAKDWAbs4M/edit

 

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14 hours ago, Dan Warnick said:

Aww, you old softie.  :)   Luv you honey!

My father was a State Policeman in Illinois in the 60s and 70s and was called on for a number of Civil Rights protests.  He was not proud when some of his fellow "officers" took their prejudice to work with them and he always tried to be a voice of reason within his own department.

A LOT has changed since those days.  Police officers are largely college educated today and receive a lot of training about how to do their jobs properly; but there is WAY too much variance in the levels of this training from one precinct house to the next, and this needs to be corrected.

With a population of some 328 million and a combined police force of some 700k there are still going to be mistakes made, and yes, some "officers" who still take their prejudice to work with them.  Those officers need to consistently be disciplined when necessary, be fired when necessary, and charged with crimes when necessary.  The Attorneys General need to punish errant officers equally under the law, and Governors and Mayors need to support this entire process.  One more step can be taken that I think is necessary in some precincts: sometimes the entire force needs to be split up and transferred or fired.  States can, by all means, ask for and receive Federal assistance during a transition of this sort.  Good officers need to be rewarded; bad officers need to be disciplined or removed.

But above all, the officers in uniform throughout our nation need to be assured that when they arrest people for valid crimes, that they can be assured of proper prosecutions and sentences, again, when they bring valid arrests and evidence to the AGs and the courts.  As I understand it, this responsibility in most states rests largely with the Governor's office as each State's chief law enforcer.  This is the division of power between State and Federal branches of government in the United States, and the Governors need to take the safety and lawfulness of their citizens seriously.  Only as a last resort should the Federal Government need to be called in to support them in their efforts.

Just my opinion; I am no expert in law enforcement and do not claim that I could do a better job.

You bring up great points. What stands out for me is the point that crimes are not punished appropriately. The left is not prosecuting crimes. Prisoners are released too early. Prisoners are released without any bail required. Prisons are understaffed and etc. 

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2 hours ago, Hotone said:

I am not planning to donate any money.  I just want to draw your attention to their grievances. You can't get away with just telling African Americans to work harder.

Oh, yes I can and will!

Reasons African Americans are Grateful to be Americans

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1S8LU_I-WD_lvudOShhNRAWuBFcHmQvPd8oAKDWAbs4M/edit

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Mayor de Blasio Used National Guard to Quarantine Neighborhoods During Virus – Now Refuses National Guard to Prevent Mob Violence, Looting and Arson

According to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio the National Guard are not a force for peace & security; they are a political weapon used when convenient for political purposes.

After using the National Guard to lock-down neighborhoods and block church gatherings and attendance, New York City Mayor de Blasio now refuses to use the national guard to stop widespread mob violence, looting, arson and mayhem. Oh, and law-abiding citizens within the city are almost completely blocked by regulations from owning firearms.

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New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo said today he has no way to deploy the national guard into New York City without replacing Mayor Bill de Blasio:

[New York] “I’ve offered the National Guard, the mayor has said he can handle it with the NYPD,” Cuomo said Tuesday in an Albany press briefing. “My option is to displace the mayor of New York City and bring in the National Guard as the governor in a state of emergency, and basically take over.

“[Point] A, I don’t think we’re at that point. B, that would be such a chaotic situation in the midst of an already chaotic situation.” (link)

 

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4 hours ago, BLA said:

No hands in pockets.  If you look close he is wearing black gloves.  They are actually at his side.

Divorce. His lawyer probably told his wife to file so she and any kids can live.  After he's convicted criminally for murder there will be a huge civil suit against him and Floyd's family will get every penny he has. He probably already signed over everything to his wife. 

Might be able to legally claw back the assets taken by the wife. 

Floyd's family will sue the police department also.  That's an easy win. 

I heard another officer said "he's not breathing".  George Floyd was unconscious and  not breathing.  The officer knew this,  yet the officer kept his knee on George's neck for 3 more minutes.

My opinion Murder One , give him 60 years.  

He's on suicide watch.  

Gotta deal with the other three officers.  Charge them.  

Didn't think about the civil suit.  It's possible.  

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12 hours ago, Hotone said:

 

Talk is cheap. 

Blacks want the economy to work for all.  They want representation at all levels of society including corporate America, to reflect their population numbers.  They want targets for diversity.

 

Talk is cheap, we want the economy to work for all....to get our message across, let’s riot, loot, rob and kill!

Every time a situation arises where a black is killed by a white officer (Ferguson as well, under Obama), the narrative moves from police brutality to racism, slavery, white privilege, diversity and so on.

Well, this is politically incorrect, but the Civil War and slavery have been over for 155 years, the Civil Rights movement came to be, the Bill of Rights put into place, Affirmative Action made law. At what point is enough done? At some point you have to help yourself.

Do we say that each ethnic group must be represented on the Board of Directors and ignore ability? That would cause many businesses to fail. Are whites represented on the BoD’s of black or asian companies?

At the end of the day we are either all Americans or we are not. History is behind us, things should no longer be based on race, but on merit and ability.

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5 hours ago, Enthalpic said:

White privilege is not a feeling or opinion by an individual - at least hopefully.  I like to believe that most people are not severely racist anymore.

Years of segregation did create a white privilege that persists to this day.   By excluding blacks from certain neighbourhoods it concentrated the wealth, and taxes, into those areas.  School boards etc. are funded locally, and unequally.  Socioeconomic factors persist for generations if not indefinitely.   Every heard of "old money" from a WASP?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redlining

This still persists to this day, suburbs are over represented by white people who can afford to leave the cities. When they leave the city they take their money with them, and the people who were too poor to leave end up worse off. Alternatively, you gentrify the area and drive them out with rising property taxes and rents.

 

None of what is unfolding is new, hard to blame NWO.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watts_riots

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1992_Los_Angeles_riots

Oddly enough, I agree with you....

There WAS white privilege during the Jim Crow era, and to me, it was simply ignorant and disgusting, but you need to put that in perspective. I was not brought up in the deep South, this was alien to me, but if you were raised in the deep South during those years, it was the reality for both blacks and whites.

Legally, and for the most part, societally, we, as a nation have put this behind us and moved on.

To let something like the murder of Mr. Floyd destroy all of the gains of the last 50+ years, and for the incident to be highjacked for other agendas is simply not right.

Prosecute these officers to the full extent OF THE LAW, by the same token, prosecute the looters, rioters and ANYONE aiding and abetting then TO THE FULL EXTENT OF THE SAME LEGAL SYSTEM.

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1 hour ago, Tom Kirkman said:

Seattle ANTIFA giving instructions on Twitter ... again.

https://twitter.com/hashtag/seattleprotest?src=hashtag_click&f=live

#seattleprotest

They listen to Police Scanner and have ANTIFA on the streets

Giving 'alerts' via Twitter

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And to think, this past week has been nothing but a dress rehearsal for November 4th.

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13 hours ago, Douglas Buckland said:

What amazes me is that, according to the Chinese news, there are now demostrations in Europe and elsewhere concerning racism and police brutality...in the States!

Where were these people during the Hong Kong demonstrations....or even during the Ferguson show?

I am becoming more and more convinced that an outside party is instigating this!

The initial murder is what puzzles me. All three police holding George Floid down one actively choking him to death. They let up and check his pulse, then proceed to (allegedly) finish the job (or is it 'a job'). All while people are standing and filming in broad daylight which of course directly leads to what we're seeing now.

I'm finding it really, really, odd that three Police officers cool and calmly committed murder in broad daylight on camera. Cops always chase cameras away when they're pulling BS. I've never seen someone sane commit murder on tape like that and there were three of them on Mr. Floyd, may he rest in peace.

I'm trying (really trying) to be charitable and assume the standing officer didn't realize he was being murdered.

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Opinion:

There is a question: Why this is happening ? Now, but also in the past.

I would go from root causes : Level I , through Level II ending at Level III.

Level I:

Lack of political representation:

In US there is bi-party system dominated by 2 parties: and none of the parties has problems of black people on their top agenda.

In multi-party democracy black people could have party with 10% representation in Congress. The party would concentrate on specific needs of this minority and through participation in government coalition with larger party would realize black people agenda.

Level II

Lack of  political representation leads to unequal access to public goods including:

- unequal access to justice system,

- unequal access to healthcare,

- unequal access to domestic  security,

- unequal access to education,

Level III

- black people are Second category citizens, it is some kind of neo-slavery, prevented from access to public goods,

- Lack of access to public goods mainly education: less job opportunities, worse jobs or No jobs,

- shorter life espectancy,

- they cannot realize their life aspirations: a lot of frustration and a lot of anti- social behaviour like rampant crime.

 

Covid-19 special situation have adverse effects on all people, also Afro-Americans, among other things level of stress/frustration rises.

Add their basic frustration and this is unbearable.

Any spark causes big fire.

 

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4 minutes ago, Marcin2 said:

Opinion:

There is a question: Why this is happening ? Now, but also in the past.

I would go from root causes : Level I , through Level II ending at Level III.

Level I:

Lack of political representation:

In US there is bi-party system dominated by 2 parties: and none of the parties has problems of black people on their top agenda.

In multi-party democracy black people could have party with 10% representation in Congress. The party would concentrate on specific needs of this minorowy and through participation in coalition would realize black people agenda.

Level II

Lack of  political representation leads to unequal access to public goods including:

- unequal access to justice system,

- unequal access to healthcare,

- unequal access to domestic  security,

- unequal access to education,

Level III

- black people are Second category citizens, it is some kind of neo-slavery, prevented from access to public goods,

- Lack of access to public goods mainly education: less job opportunities, worse jobs or No jobs,

- shorter life espectancy,

- they cannot realize their life aspirations: a lot of frustration and a lot of anti- social behaviour like rampant crime.

 

 

Quite a serious question..your country of origin. Does it suffer from poverty....does it have a diverse racial profile...of citizenship....is your country hi tech job oriented?

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3 hours ago, Douglas Buckland said:

Oddly enough, I agree with you....

There WAS white privilege during the Jim Crow era, and to me, it was simply ignorant and disgusting, but you need to put that in perspective. I was not brought up in the deep South, this was alien to me, but if you were raised in the deep South during those years, it was the reality for both blacks and whites.

Legally, and for the most part, societally, we, as a nation have put this behind us and moved on.

To let something like the murder of Mr. Floyd destroy all of the gains of the last 50+ years, and for the incident to be highjacked for other agendas is simply not right.

Prosecute these officers to the full extent OF THE LAW, by the same token, prosecute the looters, rioters and ANYONE aiding and abetting then TO THE FULL EXTENT OF THE SAME LEGAL SYSTEM.

Just enforce the law of the land and follow the Constitution of the United States closely. Race should not be considered. Some Blacks hate Whites and vice versa. Some national groups and tribal groups hate other groups just as much (Around the world}. We must deal with all of it.  fairly. 

See Racial Issues in America and Around the World https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mFJYCpS1u9UBlwYIU5P94vH0fXvwWF3WAFwiqZIFlpU/edit

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3 hours ago, Strangelovesurfing said:

The initial murder is what puzzles me. All three police holding George Floid down one actively choking him to death. They let up and check his pulse, then proceed to (allegedly) finish the job (or is it 'a job'). All while people are standing and filming in broad daylight which of course directly leads to what we're seeing now.

I'm finding it really, really, odd that three Police officers cool and calmly committed murder in broad daylight on camera. Cops always chase cameras away when they're pulling BS. I've never seen someone sane commit murder on tape like that and there were three of them on Mr. Floyd, may he rest in peace.

I'm trying (really trying) to be charitable and assume the standing officer didn't realize he was being murdered.

The man being knelt on was 6'6" tall and worked as a bouncer. By a coincidence that rivals Jeffrey Epstein's suicide, the officer who killed him also worked as a bouncer at the same venue. I'd love for the truth to come out here, but suspect another suicide will be in the offing. We'll never get to know what happened or why. 

@Tom Kirkmanlikes these puzzles

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Only countries have  mono culture don't have discrimination. I wonder what it feels like to be white in US or being black, which people still felling guilty or victims on history instead of forgive and forget, it will never be over. 

For an Asian angle of view many of my high school friends had education in UK, Germany,France, Canada, Australia, NZ, US and Singapore, only US we don't find any discrimination. We are considered second class in anywhere else at first sight.  But we know because they don't know us personally or because bad people in our community were more famous than good ones. Most of interracial relationship afterward turn out alright, we don't really care about how stranger think about us on street, I wonder if we got used to it. In NZ, I can sense the shift in friendliness if Kiwi think I am a tourist/international student or immigrant. Once I was walking on a dark street in NZ on Central Auckland, some car passed me and shouted out F nigger (I think because no light and my appearance is not European but not skinny as Asian so he may think I am a pacific islander). NZ does have skin head in Christchurch.

When I was in New Zealand, I did study in school that was in bottom in NZ in year 12 in an area that people back then call South Aucklander, kind of Oakland in California, where lots of Pacific Islander + Maori and White. The problem in there is the same in the US between races, but no protests but lots of crimes form the Pacific Islander or shouting at each other race on street. 

Most of Pacific Islander or Maori are kind of lack behind although they went to the same school, same teacher so my only guess it is family tradition which don't give them high bar to reach or don't think study is important. In Auckland uni Engineering School, out of 500 hundreds first year students, only 5 people from Pacific Islander/Maori community, and while other race need good marks, (above 360 in 5 best subjects) Pacific Islander/Maori need to pass the high school diploma only (around 250 out of 5 best subjects). So as long as they want to do Engineer, they will have a place.

In Asia Culture, family is important part of the success of the  child. No matter how the parents education level, if they know study is important for their child and put enough attention on that, the child will perform well in class and later has a good career. Of course parents with college degrees have the advantage because the way they interact with their kids at home but sometime the kid from illiteracy family  can still perform well  because or he/she knew the important of study, or simply wants to make their parent proud, or surround with smart friends since primary schools.  I think Jewish community have similar thinking about  the important of family education for children.

The same with the Vietnamese boatman refugee in the US, many didn't have much educational background and living in Vietnamese community only but they sacrifice the best for their kids, who were born in the US, and many of their kids are now doctors or lawyer. I don't think they were able to afford good school zone as a refugee.

My point is it is the family that primary factor for the outcome of a child, not the inequality in Society. So any community want to improve their "trademark" in the society, they will have to start from the family level, not in society level.

What do you think would happen if a black family adopt a white kid and a white family adopt a  black kid in the same neighborhood/school zone ? Do you think the white kid has the advantage because of his appearance and will advance and the black kid will lack behind in school?

I know  Vietnamese community image in Europe nowadays is not so good with lots of Vietnamese gangs in Europe or grow drug in the UK or drug dealing in Australia and NZ as well so I didn't really piss off when the customs keep stopping me for every entree back to NZ. At one time, some Vietnamese drug dealer using the mail box of the house that I rent a room in (who owner are Vietnamese as well) and  I has  been asked with lots of question as if I was a suspect. But they were doing their jobs and it may have good benefit for the city I lived in.

I personally have been discriminated by a teacher simply because I didn't go to his math tutor in his house in secondary school, despite that I was a top student that won the district competition the year before. His tactic was kind of open hints and let the parents to do the overthink out of worrying for their children but the kids cannot prove that he was lying because he didn't say that directly( the same old tactic mainstream in Vietnam/US doing now with their readers).

Luckily my dad chose to trust me over him and ignore his "advice". That same teacher called me to congratulate me for passing the exam to top high school for the gifted in South Vietnam, because I would be an important asset in his portfolio and my younger brother was his most favorite student because he knew my brother would pass to my new school. Passing into that school was one of the most important  turning point in my life. I didn't invite him to my wedding (my wife was my classmate in his year and our class still have alumni every few years) not because I hate him for what he did to me, but because I know that in his career, he must have destroyed many students' future.

Moreover, having a victim mindset will give you the excuse to stop trying or blame other for your failure instead of taking full responsibility on yourself or have some reflection.  If you think police has discrimination, you should choose your life style away from them. In most of the white cop shooting black or attacking black famous events, the attackers and the victims had many clashes in the past, both are local to the area.  Try to keep your record clear, being polite and cooperate, so polices won't have to guess if you are a good person now.

Police is a very high risk career and they meet more bad people than good one, and they have many bad stories from their co-workers, naturally they will have prejudice and sometimes, violent against anyone they perceive as bad. 

I have friend who used to be a police in NZ. The paperwork to arrest some criminal will take almost a day and the suspect may be released if not enough evidence so the polices afraid of arresting suspects and concentrate on catching over speeding. He has to put his gun in the back of his car, so the criminal theoretically can shoot him first and if he makes it to the back of the car, then he can have a fair rally. And no one sell life insurance for him. And it is so easy for people to fill a complain. Few years later he changes his job.

If you push the police life so hard, all of the good polite high responsibility ethical polices will leave and all the cops left is the active ones who love to exercise their powers or passive cops who are  afraid of responsibility to do anything or nervous cops that pull the trigger out of panic mode. Why people don't make other lives easier?

 

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15 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

 

@Tom Kirkmanlikes these puzzles

The only puzzles Tom tries to solve is how to make current events sound like a positive for trump.  Even he must be having a hard time justifying how great everything has become.  

Try to blame the virus, China, or the Democrats.... anything!   Damn that didn't work! 

Fine, create a new domestic threat Antifa to scapegoat with.  

Ignore the previous yellow jacket protesters....  only left protesters are bad.

Hate your neighbours America... #TrumpLeadership #BuyGuns #KillEachOther #Fail

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36 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

The man being knelt on was 6'6" tall and worked as a bouncer.

Smaller man jealous of his "size"? 

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2 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Quite a serious question..your country of origin. Does it suffer from poverty....does it have a diverse racial profile...of citizenship....is your country hi tech job oriented?

Are any level 1 , 2 or 3 or 4 ( Covid 19) causes that you do not agree with ?

Please write ANY argument if do not.

Douglas encouraged informed debate about the riots.

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Multi LIVE Protests USA

Multiple first person LIVE streams at ground level of the USA protests

DISCLAIMER: These streams are gathered and compiled purely for historic documentation and educational purposes only! The world should see what is going on here in America. Here you go!

The man who controls the cams : https://Twitch.TV/WOKE

Houston,
Minneapolis,
Seattle,
Portland,
Denver,
Los Angeles,
Santa Monica,

 

 

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