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  1. kcal

    kcal Founding Member

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    that 'crybabies are equal under the law' or 'stop committing 45% of the crime' ?? i'm not sure that a coherent response is there, but feel free to clarify
     
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    Kikicaca Senior Member

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    All democrats, MSM, Hollywood, academia, Antifa and BLM
     
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    Bengal B Founding Member

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    It's pretty self explanatory. Blacks are 13% of the population yet they commit 45% of the crime. Moreover it's black males between 15 and 40 doing almighty all of it. Don't do the crime unless you are ready to do the time
     
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    but what off the 55% that aren't committing any crime? do you own a klan hood? only whites belong to the klan, therefore all white must be klan members?
     
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    Bengal B Founding Member

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    Don't be obtuse. The percentage of white people committing crimes is way lower than blacks.. Asians snd Latinos are pretty law abiding folks too.

    Blacks are equal in that they have the same legal right to employees and advancement as whites, Asians, Latinos, muslims, gays, trannys, and any other non specific wackos. Personally I would hire a black person before I would hire a muslim or a non specific gender freak even if the Negro was less qualified to do the job.
     
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    Kikicaca Senior Member

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    Yes if BLM or Antifa tries to take my stuff or harm me or my loved ones yes I will be extreme. They will regret they ever saw this face. If they come after you call the police and take your chances I on the other hand will call on myself and friends.
     
  8. kcal

    kcal Founding Member

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    so finally we circle back.... you contend that we all have the same rights under the law and i asked if the law were applied evenly. the same question still holds, even if you choose not to respond with a yes or no
     
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    i spent 4 years as a police officer and 20 + years in the US Army..... i suspect i can take care of myself....
     
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    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    You know, in the course of all this #BLM shit I saw an interesting comment, and it went "if you have 1 bad cop who kills someone, and 10 cops who cover for the bad cop, you have 11 bad cops." Translated, if you're not helping to solve the problem, you're part of the problem. I can see that. So what does it say about African Americans when we constantly hear that cops investigating crimes in black neighborhoods get no cooperation from the black community? That theme is constantly out there. Did you see the story posted in the other thread about 102 shootings in Chicago this weekend? Among them, a 3-year old boy was shot to death. He was with his father, who obviously was the target. According to the story, the father "is not cooperating with the investigation." So if you got a man who would rather protect the killer of his baby boy than help the police, do you put him on the good side, or the "part of the problem" side.

    To admit you are causing your own problems is a humiliating and incredibly difficult thing to do. I think that's what makes the BLM movement so attractive to so many. If you can get people to accept that you're a victim, you also get them to acknowledge the solution is out of your hands. But for black people to admit the biggest obstacle in their way to success as a segment of the population is the criminal element in their own segment, they'd have to also admit they are their own problem, and they've failed to fix it. BLM offers a much easier solution.
     
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