Point taken, AL. You're correct. I'm hoping that this is at least a start towards meaningful change to the culture on the streets. I'm definitely not a "defund the police" lefty, but I do believe there needs to be far more accountability and transparency. The killing of George Floyd wasn't Derek Chauvin's first encounter with police misconduct, by any means. Most police perform admirably in a very dangerous job - it's cops like Chauvin that destroy public trust and perception of law enforcement.
Because we are interested in the truth. The truth is cops do not hunt unarmed blacks. The truth is we have an issue with police abandoning community policing and adopting military control tactics. The race **** is getting in the way of developing solutions to a real problem.
couple things...Neo » 10 Jun 2021, 4:10 pm » wrote: ↑
As fun as it is to mock Millennials, the game was over for many of them before they even sat down to play.DeezerShoove » 21 Jun 2021, 10:13 pm » wrote: ↑
You selfish little **** get to contend with all that this will entail. I wonder what "this" will be?
My view is that it will be the too-many-rats-in-a-box scenario. Have fun.
I do not entirely disagree with the way you are framing this...but your own assertions give it away that there is a more fundamental issue at hand than female athletes.IkeBana » 09 Jul 2021, 7:56 am » wrote: ↑
You don't give a **** about women athletes. You don't give a **** about women in prison. Lying **** rent boi. Nor does the rest of your twisted, sick, and wrong crew in this ****.
So, besides the biggest crime in history, which was/is the theft of this nation's currency issuance by a jewish cabal called the federal reserve bank, here are my issues:ArthurTreacher67 » 16 Aug 2021, 2:34 pm » wrote: ↑
In one minute, I think you will be hooked.
Bill Warner, PhD: Professional Ignorance
"This is a talk given to political leaders. It covers how universities, law enforcement, clergy, politicians and military are not protecting our civilization via their professional ignorance. Institutions are failing and not doing their due diligence to learn and explain the true nature of political Islam. The problem is not Islam. We are the problem."
After one of Warner's speeches, a member of Germany's Executive Committee said, "I can now see after your talk we will never defeat Islam using our methods and that the only method will work are yours."
There is a clan of religious luddites in the U.S. called Amish. They are very solemn and even fanatic in their beliefs, non violent but zealots nonetheless. They shun every aspect of mainstream culture, no television, no phones, no cars except horse and buggy.FOS » 17 Aug 2021, 12:52 pm » wrote: ↑
It was a very common assumption held by many us citizens.
And the fact we were proven wrong, SHOULD have inspired us to re examine our assumptions about human nature and the nature of governmental power.
But it didn't. We are dumb.
It is predictable that we would have such incorrect predictions...because in the west we are sold absolutely absurd lies in our education which we never examine.
"The peasants under Christian monarchies were miserable and oppressed. They hated being peasants and the lord or king had no respect for them and just expoited them"
remember being trained to think this? But there is a massive body of literature that proves this is a lie.
You can simply read Shakespeare in fact. We writes about kings quite often..often amazingly he makes them very human. they were not evil...they also were not somehow innately superior.
How can your education explain this? It can't. You would at the very least assume that Shakespeare...who himself lived under the yoke of oppressive absolute monarchy...would view them in one extreme or the other.
And yet all the us citizens who read Shakespeare just never think about the inherent contradiction here.
Shakespeare simply respected kings. He liked the institution...yet he did not view them as actual gods (as your Hollywood education on the divine right of kings might suggest). No, kings were the fallible tool for the collective will of the people...so in fact loving the people was akin to loving the king. The king may not always do the best job, but it was assumed that he tried to do a good job.
And what did you learn about the French revolution?
Well it might be surprising that the people overall loved the king...and indeed the peasants seemed very happy with their lives.
And this love was mutual. Indeed the reason the revolution succeeded is precisely because the king ordered his army toarever shoot at the mob. You can easily confirm that this is true on Google or something...it is not controversial.
Only the very first riot was put down (because the king did not expect it)..and the revolution was later nearly defeated simply by Swiss mercenaries (because of language issues...they did not seem to understand the kings will)
the French king conceded to every demand of the mob, and did not resist being imprisoned by them.
Now obviously that begs the question...what really motivated the revolution and who were the real actors involved? That is a deep and complex question...and I don't want to delve into it here. It is enough for me to mention that it was almost the same as the bolshevik revolution in russia, with almost identical outcomes.
the truth is...our liberal education is simply wrong about human nature. What people want far more than material comfort is a purpose for their life.
and that is why the taliban defeated us. Because Islam is quite simply more inspiring than empowered hip hop American ***.
I often hear leftists say "white people don't have a culture"...that is a VERY revealing belief.
The truth is, we used to have a culture. It was stolen from us. Our indoctrination into nihilism is the only thing that maintains the current power structure, and allows our elite to exploit us far more than any king ever did.
The baathists...who were a secular pan Arabic political movement...exactly like like Arab version of the whitr nationalists in early america...wanted no part of this.
No. DNA affects RNA. Not vice versa.
Consider my alternative take.
One would have thought we might have learned our **** lesson about this **** in Vietnam. How soon they forget...and that means the **** up American people who supported these **** "wars against terror" all along. Believing this "fighting for our freedom" ****. This was a **** political war for 20 years. The only reason it wasn't over in 10 years like Vietnam, or even less, is because the ignorant **** American electorate didn't rise up in anger like we did in the late 1960's and force an end to it. Want to blame somebody for this? Put it where it belongs...where it always belongs...put it on the American people. Nah..."support our troops" is what we heard for 20 **** years. What we heard in 1970 at Kent State was "support our troops...bring 'em home." And they shot us up for it.Pengwin » 06 Sep 2021, 10:40 am » wrote: ↑They should have left when it was obvious they needed to go - months ago.
There's only so much we can do to protect the stupid from themselves...
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