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DunkingDan

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I'm not sure why anyone thinks people "ignore" black on black crime.  It's symptom of poverty, and black poverty has been a symptom of racism, and that's why people protest racism (and then are told racism actually doesn't exist).
Wonder why we did not see it in the Appalachian coal fields and places that was even more poverty ridden? Why don't we see it on and around the Native American reservations? 
President Harry S. Truman said: “The fundamental basis of this nation’s laws was given to Moses on the Mount.  The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings…  If we don't have the proper fundamental moral background, we will finally wind up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.”

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I'm not sure why anyone thinks people "ignore" black on black crime.  It's symptom of poverty, and black poverty has been a symptom of racism, and that's why people protest racism (and then are told racism actually doesn't exist).

When was the last time you saw a big riot with looting over black on black crime.  Crickets!!

OldVol74

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Let's see, for 50 years US policy was expressly aimed at being "tough on crime" i.e. tough on black people.  Shocking twist, when you incarcerate every third dude they don't tend to be around as much for their kids. 

You just said that only blacks commit crime.  REALLY?!?!


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Charles Colson of Prison Fellowship:

"Take away the family, and you might as well build prison cells right now."  Why does this happen when you take away the family?  An incredible insecurity gets set up in the psyche of a young man or woman as a result of the lack of masculine leadership in the home.

Boys who grow up without fathers are at least twice as likely as other boys to end up in prison.  Sixty percent of rapists and 72 percent of adolescent murderers never knew or lived with their fathers."

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That's why these kids are in gangs - they are seeking a substitute for the father they never had.





Another excuse for becoming a criminal.

My father died when I was three leaving my mother with six children.  There were no free Iphones, EBT cards, SNAP or food stamps we worked to survive. It was hard back breaking work not the pansy ass jobs people can't even do today.

None of us turned out to be criminal, alcoholics or drug addicts we all went on to become successful in life because were taught if you want something out of life you have to get an education and earn it. 

There are just as many stories of people who grew up in a one parent household that aren't criminals as there those who use it as an excuse to become one.
If everyone is thinking alike then somebody isn't thinking.

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Booker T Washington had it right.  Those that exploited their own people, such as Sharpton and Jackson, did so for nothing but their own gain, and ushered an entire deceitful group in their own image doing the same thing... all of it at the amusement and beckoning of the democrat party.  the very same democrat party at the root of America's 'problems' since the Civil War. 

MLK, without doubt, spins in his grave as the 'black communities' leaders speak.  George Washington Carver has likely disavowed his race in the Great Hereafter and has applied for membership to another.  the legacy, the past- after the war between the states and especially after the immediate fallout, has vaporized and the principles those great men (Booker T Washington being at the head of that table) built as foundation has nothing but deceit built atop it by the last two generations. 

yet... 

this is largely moot... no, this is completely moot... no matter how we got here and no matter what direction we take as American's and as individual posters on this site, there is a problem and begging the question of its origin serves no purpose but to divide more profoundly.  

a man was killed by representatives of law.  the community is in revolt- a revolt not much different than what 'patriots' here speak of when discussing 'taking up arms against a tyrannical government.... this IS the 'same' government... 'we' see one side of the coin, they see the other... 

the 'operative' word is 'see'...... 

the lack of logic from the left, and whom everyone with any integrity admits has primary ownership of the media, is bereft of consistency.  they are quick to speak against otherwise 'law abiding citizens' who take a stand for their 2A rights, yet support the riots happening now.  it's ALL about how it's presented- and intent to DIVIDE.  the media is hard at work, and are continuing to collude with the left (democrats) to accomplish their vision of society.... one where they are supreme.  

'See' is controlled by the media... ideas are planted.  sides are drawn where 'they' want them.  

as i said before, i don't much understand burning and looting.......... but i DO recognize the injustice of what happened there and i DO realize (regardless of what the media wants to share) the enemy is common---- the left (to include the tyrannical elected), and the media itself.... 

a bunch of patriots climbed aboard a vessel in the middle of the night once in Boston, and destroyed property the crown held as taxation.   it's kinda silly to consider destroying that property, but we've come to celebrate it as rebellion.... yeah, there is a massive difference between that and what is happening in Minn, but... there are similarities 

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President Harry S. Truman said: “The fundamental basis of this nation’s laws was given to Moses on the Mount.  The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings…  If we don't have the proper fundamental moral background, we will finally wind up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.”

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Well, this is a protest too. Very peaceful.

But, you didn't like that either.


OldVol74

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Well, this is a protest too. Very peaceful.

But, you didn't like that either.



We should all like it when people disrespect our flag?  That's your logic?

I personally had no problem with their protest. I also supported the people who turned off the NFL and stopped going to the games over it. I also supported the owners right to drop anyone from their roster who chose to protest while on the clock.

I'm sure you agree with all of that. After all, you can't have it both ways, can ya?

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Well, this is a protest too. Very peaceful.

But, you didn't like that either.


I disagreed with the timing and place of their protest.  Protest on the steps of City Hall.  Protest in front of Congress.  Develop an organization in your city to raise awareness and point out injustices.  Plenty of ways to express your objections without alienating a large portion of the citizenry.  You're trying to get people on your side to agree with you and support your agenda.  Alienating them instead seems a dumb way to progress your ideas and/or outrage.   

I don't think that looting and destroying 130 businesses goes very far in advancing your objections of injustice.

Personally, I think the actions of people like Martin Luther King were much more effective and productive in the long run than this nonsense.

But hey, if you think that poking the eyes of others and disparaging their allegiance and pride in their country is the best way to advance your ideas, you're entitled to think and say that.  I respectfully disagree.

But I'm not going to go out and loot, rob and destroy because they knelt during the National Anthem.

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I disagreed with the timing and place of their protest.  Protest on the steps of City Hall.  Protest in front of Congress.  Develop an organization in your city to raise awareness and point out injustices.  Plenty of ways to express your objections without alienating a large portion of the citizenry.  You're trying to get people on your side to agree with you and support your agenda.  Alienating them instead seems a dumb way to progress your ideas and/or outrage. 

I don't think that looting and destroying 130 businesses goes very far in advancing your objections of injustice.

Personally, I think the actions of people like Martin Luther King were much more effective and productive in the long run than this nonsense.

But hey, if you think that poking the eyes of others and disparaging their allegiance and pride in their country is the best way to advance your ideas, you're entitled to think and say that.  I respectfully disagree.

But I'm not going to go out and loot, rob and destroy because they knelt during the National Anthem.
A lot of viewers for to get your point across. Especially with who helped him come up with this type of protest. 

Not the first time Americans destroyed things in protest. You guys claim to hold American history in such regard, but you forget many things when convenient, and distort much of it when it paints some in a bad light. 


HK_Vol

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Not the first time Americans destroyed things in protest.


True.   There was that Boston Tea Party thing....but they weren't taking the tea for their own personal gain either.

But screw anyone that gets in the way....Right?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeACASJViT8

mcwterps1

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Not the first time Americans destroyed things in protest.


True.  There was that Boston Tea Party thing....but they weren't taking the tea for their own personal gain either.

But screw anyone that gets in the way....Right?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeACASJViT8
Can't have your cake and eat it too pal. 

 

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