If it's such a huge cause BLM then why do 1000's of black on black murders happen each year not counting deaths from drugs. Where are the protest looting the riots? Where are the black leaders in the house and senate why are they not drafting bills to change things where are these celeb's then. How can people take any of this serious when all that seem to not matter. Makes one wonder if Blacks actually believe BLM
@grif429: Black Lives Matter is a political movement focusing on police misconduct against Black people, which is an issue that needs to be addressed. The main reason Black Lives Matter doesn't protest Black-on-Black crime is because, mostly, Black-on-Black crime already has a solution. If a Black person commits a crime against another Black person, mostly, that person gets arrested, charged, tried, and sentenced, not walking away scot-free. Therefore, justice is usually served. Additionally, protesting isn't the only way to show that their lives matter. In the Black community, Black people raise awareness for Black-on-Black crime through churches, youth programs, community outreach, and "Stop the Violence" campaigns. However, they don't always garner national or even local news. Also, Black crime, per se, has a lot of underlying causes such as poverty, discrimination, and corruption. Another way to oppose Black-on-Black crime is to attack those underlying causes. However, regarding police misconduct, unlike Black-on-Black crime, justice usually isn't served. Mostly, when a cop kills an unarmed Black person that posed no immediate threat, the cops get off scot-free. Because no solution exists, people protest because they want to see change and want the cops to be held accountable. People have attempted to enact legislation for police reform, but to no avail. The best way to solve this issue to enact a bill that would guarantee harsh prison sentences for cops that break the law.
I'm in general agreement with your contentions. 2 wrongs do not make 1 right.
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None of those things you described exist anymore.
At least not on a large scale or systematically
Doesn’t matter. One racist person is too many and it shouldn’t be tolerated.
Why not let people go about their lives instead? If you don’t like a person just avoid them.
It is not your job to parent other people and tell them how they need to behave.
Also could you define racism for me? Just want your definition...
God cursed the African nation for its immorality and its disobiedeince. The curse was slavery. Blacks sold other blacks into slavery for profit. Whites in American accualy took profits of theyre own taking advantage of the cursed peoples to another level. In fact , most of the accual slave owners were white women. To mention ALL LIVES MATTER isn't moranic or politically correct , but its definitly BIBLICALLY AND SPIRITUALLY CORRECT.
Crime is crime. Don’t do it, including police.
Also, quit trying to make yourself a victim of BLM. You’re full of it. They don’t care about you as much as you care about them.
@Ad_Quid_Orator wow you haven’t showed me that one yet.
@Jack9949 Because you keep parroting the talking points it refuted.
@Ad_Quid_Orator whatever dude
@Ad_Quid_Orator I’m not gonna bother replying to the same thing a second time
@Jack9949 But I bet you'll parrot those fallacious talking points on other posts.
@Ad_Quid_Orator ok will do
MzAsh, it's because of the toxic notion that all white people will or are privileged, using terms such as "white privilege" to discredit white experiences with racism or belittle them.All Lives Matter, in my opinion, and in my beliefs, is a cry for BLM to include everyone to stop racism as a general issue rather than keep race a relevant thing and exclude everyone else, keeping onto the childish notion that only the black community faces racism.
The racism against the black community is more violent and prevalent in our society, and deserves to have that distinction.
Yes, in YOUR society, not mine. While more urgent matters need more urgent caring to, that does not give people the right to try and discredit others in an attempt to make theirs the only problem that matters, and that's where BLM falls short. Their idea of "white privilege" does not take into the societal conditions of the local white communities in the area, simply slapping on a label of privilege to anyone who is white, and that's what makes it toxic.
What do you think the solution should be to end racism?
While I won't deny systemic racism, I believe that it's been more fearmongered than it actually is. Take George Floyd's killing for example.. While the mainstream idea for his death his racial violence, there's no actual evidence to support this claim, and while there's no evidence that it was sheer incompetence, it is the much more plausible answer.
So explain the Arab Slave Trade?
You said “ it’s moronic to say “all lives matter” when not all lives were forced into slavery, beaten, tortured, and killed.”So explain The Arab Slave Trade that enslaved every race, and was 15X worse than the American Slave Trade.
MzAsh, my solution to end racism would be to make a unified movement with all races. To begin the path of equality is to make race a non-existent issue among the mainstream. There should be no gatekeeping, no discrediting, and no belittling based on race.
Umm, you do realize that slavery was a thing literally everywhere on the planet.I mean where do you think the word slave comes from...
@waramongus 15X worse? That's a bit of an overstatement, but I can agree. The Berber white slave trade was about a 5th of the Atlantic trade, but it is still present as it did enslave all races.
Your statement about how racism against blacks is the most violent is objectively wrong, at least in the US. It's very well documented that there are both numerically and proportionately much more black on white assaults and murders than the other way around, and the overwhelming majority of black murder and assault victims are attacked by other blacks. You're coming across as a deranged idiot right now, and I implore you to educate yourself with better sources.
@BCA6010 You didn't need to insult the girl. Relax. Being so aggressive will instead make her avoid your idea, not convince her.
@Jack9949 Just another selfish white person. Typical.
Deranged idiot? How nice. Let’s talk about your inexcusable hostility.
@Gwxn_xy Why can't race stop being an insult?
Don't worry, he's just a hate-filled human like me. Aren't we all? How about we not turn this into something more bitter.
@SwordShield In this case it's okay, actually because he's being racist against black people, it's safe to assume he's white. I'm not being racist to white people, however, because I'm also white lol
@SwordShield Im just saying he's being racist
Hate, lack of empathy and kindness is a big part of why things are the way they are.
BCA6010 ... What you are undoutably speaking of is not racism but a selective few white people who can't keep theyre little helpless mouth shut and get theyre little ass beat tf up.
Have you ever been beaten and mistreated by a cop for no reason?
Never ends. Who are you adressing?
@Gwxn_xy Yes, but it is quite counter-intuitive to your cause which is equality through BLM, correct?
Really? The Jews in ww2? And Christian slaves under Muslim nasters white slavery between 1500 and 1800 the list goes on so before you start howling from your ivory tower do your homework
All I'm saying is all lives matter and you are saying I'm a hate filled racist wow
@Gwxn_xy Thanks. I love you
@Gwxn_xy Nm. Sometimes when a girl name calls you, its a positive thing...
@sang2020 :57 It isn't a democratic (or even partisan) policy that you have to go to school in the district that you live in and even if they could attend a different school district, that doesn't mean that they could access it because many people in these neighborhoods don't have ready means of transport. They could rely on public transport but that would likely require they spend even more time in transit; time that could be spent on extracurricular activities to better their resume (you know what they say; time is money). And you might as well use those vouchers to increase the funds for the public schools in poor neighborhoods.2:45 Individual decision making can't by definition explain disparity between racial groups any more than 1 pair of dice can have a mean number of 4 after 1000000 rolls.4:10 The other variables he mentioned that were controlled for such as financial income in determining who gets loans are different between races because of past racist policies. See the problem? People have low income because of racist policies in the past so even when those are removed, it's still harder for them to get loans so even when the policy is repealed, the impact remains because of a feedback loop.@5:10 They lower the standards because because of the school system present in most African American neighborhoods (despite Bens' fallacious claim that they could go to school in another district but are blocked by democrats) African Americans have to work harder to get a high enough GPA to get into college.
5:40 This is a straw-man; the argument is that you are more likely to be rich if your parents are rich, not that you can't get rich if your parents are poor.6:30 it would suggest that there are other factors at play but it would also suggest that racism is one of those factors.6:35 Inheriting money isn't the only way that having a rich family can help you get rich. You have easier access to loans and to make it big you need to take a risk and you're more likely to take a risk if you have something to fall back on like a well to dob (but not necessarily wealthy) family.7:10 As a side note there is more income mobility with a stronger social safety net:9:10 No one's claiming there aren't other factors involved, the point is Systemic racism is one. Bens' just deflecting now.
9:00 But most still will live in those areas. Again the argument for systemic racism is that it makes it more difficult for African Americans to be successful, not that it makes it impossible.9:35 They're not using implicit bias computer tests; Ben's deflecting again.10:30 It's a lot easier to tell if someone is African American by a black sounding first name than a last name -_- 12:00 Except they used identical resumes in the previous study.13:00 Refer back to my previous dice example for blaming it on individual choice.
14:00 The video claimed it's a contributing factor, not the only won. Seriously, this straw-man wouldn't burn if you doused it in gasoline.14:45 If you can't identify the root of a problem, good luck solving it. 15:30, no one is talking about just pouring money into the school, of course it will come with some restructuring.16:15 They're not blaming every problem on racist policies, they're blaming racial disparity on them. And failed policies? You mean like charter schools and private prisons (which Democrats opposed)?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HF8iR_GB8A
@Ad_Quid_Orator and I am a person of colour who spent time in white dominated city in the us. Individual choice is the reason for income disparity.
@sang2020 Run a T-test on that claim and tell me what p-value (probability of that being true) you get.
@Ad_Quid_Orator it's common knowledge that if you graduate high school, major in something useful, don't have kids before marriage, don't commit crimes you won't be poor.If you make good choices, like focusing on school, majoring in a good/useful subject, pursuing something meaningful like medicine, you most likely won't be poor.Someone already has run the numbers on individual choice and income: www.economicsdiscussion.net/.../1196www.qs.com/.../www.google.com/.../
@sang2020 And it's not as well known that those choices are going to keep you out of chronic poverty but won't guarantee you success and certainly won't solve racial disparity but it's true none the less. But it is also common knowledge that an educational system that can better support its' students will get more of them into college and thus earn a higher income; thanks for backing my case :)
@Ad_Quid_Orator in america it's personal choice that determines your outcome. Plenty of people go through tough life and adversity and still manage to become lawyers/doctors etc. Some people are just mentally and emotionally weak and don't make right choices. Other people are mentally strong (which really is choice), have good discipline (choice) and focus (choice) and make good choices. Its not race, but choices. Schools actually do have policies that discriminate against white and Asians- affirmative action. There are documented cases where an Asian kid with higher scores were turned away while blacks with lower scores were accepted.
In all, systematic racism doesn't exist. Unequal wealth is not systematic racism. Systematic racism would be issues such as institutions (schools etc) and policy. Systematic racism existed before such as Jim Crow and slavery. Not anymore. Institutions do not have such policies anymore. Individual choice determine outcome. For example, Michelle Obama used to commute 3 hours to go to a good school and she graduated top of her class (good choice). She went to a good school, did well and went to law school (all choices). I read another story about a former criminal and high school. dropout that turned her life around and became a successful lawyer. Inequality isn't racism. The fact that someone had more challenges isn't racism. Your choices determine success. Period.
@Jack9949 They do on a pretty wide scale in many Muslim countries.
So speaks the Cancel Culture oligarch.
@Jack9949 Racicm an act of thinking you're superior or above another person because of their skin/heritage. You cockblock/gatekeep on anyone who isn't your race essentially, sometimes even against your own race. Also, the point behind "All Lives Matter" is that people are annoyed with my culture asking for the bs to stop. If racism isn't systemic, then explain why the projects exist? Slave towns that were left untouched by the police and federal government, except to distribute crack and to haul off drug dealers. Slums are a fucking mess and a positive feedback loop, and people on the outside think you can just "work your way out" without becoming a target by the desperate community. That is systemic racism in action. No white people living in the Wards down south.
@Ad_Quid_Orator Thank you so much for mentioning the FEEDBACK LOOP that is desperation.
I would say you have not been taught real history only this woke history shit in school, million and millions of people have been used as slaves black and white and every color under the sun. . Even today black Africans are being sold by black and Arab slave traders as well as children of every color kidnapped from around the world. So not forced into slavery is moot1
@buzzbomb How is that "desperation"?
you are completely wrong every race on earth has been slaves, beaten, tortured, and killed. Blacks still sell slaves in Africa to this day. have you ever been a slave know anyone that has? Learn history before you make stupid comments.
Every person on this planet is a racist it's called unknown bias. Look it up.
Mhm, but not quite. How would you feel if the hospital had a BUNCH of room, but only treated one person because they were in critical condition? Why, with more than about 100 staff could they not take care of other people's problems as well?
That's my point, my friend. That's all I'm saying "fairness for all" not for some or because you use your power to treat people inhumane, unfair justice, etc. What I don't like is the media also always show the African American community in these situations... White, brown and others experience the same inhumane and unjustice. But, it is rarely rare you see this in the media. The media is always casting the African American community in the media to create division amongst people. If "All Lives Matter" show everyone's dissatisfaction with the police and judiciary system.Blind. People in America is so gullible. Let me say this... I actually saw on a show a Caucasian female being brutally attacked by an officer. No one showed that on the news. Thank God a bank camera caught it on tape.
Indeed, I agree. I misunderstood for a moment.
All of my ideals delivered perfectly, except for the fact that we cannot remove racism. We can, I believe, with a movement of all races.
@SwordShield - you can't and you won't. There will ALWAYS be some in EVERY race who hate some other race. Asians will hate blacks. Whites will hate Indians. Indians will hate Africans, and so on. The best you can do, is simply do your best to make it as minimal as possible.
That thinking is completely counter-intuitive. Anything can be phased out with time, maybe a few centuries.. We must look to the future and not the past.
@SwordShield - Let's compare another bad habit, littering. When I was a kid, litter was everywhere. You couldn't drive on the highway and not see it. Then a government campaign was started to stop people from doing that. They had a commercial with an American Indian standing along a highway with litter and a tear coming down his face. They had signs - "No Littering". Then they decided to fine people for littering. Over the past 50 years, all this has helped, yet people still do that. I've been to the beaches on the Florida panhandle where there are crystal clean in the morning. By 6:00 in the afternoon, there are beer cans, paper trash, kids beach toys, a couple towels, paper cups some flip-flops, and even glass bottles lying all over the beach. There are also multiple trash barrels all along the beach entrance where this trash can be dropped. There are signs everywhere listing a fine for littering. Yet people still do that. The hotels located on the beach have to pay for a crew each night to clean up after these idiots. And that's just those beaches. How many highway exits have you stopped at and look down and see cigarette butts lying everywhere? Protesters have their protests on the Washington DC mall and afterward, the city's Park Service has to hire a hundred or more people to clean up their mess. I've been there several times and have seen the signs about no littering.So no. There will ALWAYS be racists among EVERY race of people. You cannot eliminate that. Reduce it, yes, but never eliminate it. The same with poverty. There will ALWAYS be poor people. Most, by their own making, and others through circumstances outside their control.
Always? Even through centuries? You're sounding like a nihilist. Littering is done because people are lazy, racism has different motivations. While racism is an unneeded idea, there will always be littering since there will always be lazy people.
@SwordShield - ... And racism comes from what? People misunderstand each other. They have bad experiences with others from a different race. They watch media that presents one perspective of a different race, and so on.We're not born with racism, nor are we born with laziness. It comes with our experiences AND our own personal choices. Those are two things well out of the control of anyone else, BUT the individual.When I said ALWAYS, I meant it. Someone ALWAYS will be racist against someone else. In fact one of the most racist individuals I've watched is Samuel L. Jackson. That jerk has made some hideous comments about white people, yet he's given a pass because he's black. Blacks are allowed to make all the shitty racist comments because some asshole media type made the statement that minorities cannot be racist. Bullshit! So now the media completely ignores those racist statements from blacks and Latinos but can't print them fast enough when white people make them. Like I said, EVERY race has a group within them that are racist. You're never getting rid of it. The best you can do is call it out when it happens, REGARDLESS of which race does it, including your own.
The movement’s simply a farce. I agree with the message itself though. Just as I support the message of “White Lives Matter” but not its movement.
BLM Activists and their Movement is racist, they are not peaceful they are terrorists. End of story
You're wrong but ok.
I'm not but ok...
BLM activists preach "black lives matter", yet burn down buildings, stores, and ruin lives of all people of all races, then they get heated when someone says All Lives Matter. why would you go burn down buildings? and ruin others peoples lives. and don't say it wasn't them involved, they were and are. They're backup support is a literal Racist Group known as the Black Panthers, i can give you some of their quotes if you'd like? or should we look at how Pro BLM "activists" attack white people for being white, they try to shame white people, they try to normalize it...
Bang, we are simply wanting equality between the races. We do not want a group biased towards the black community to pave the future for us.
Most of america is built on successful riots
@bang678 So do you advocate violence and chaos?
@Jack9949 i advocate rioting against a government that clearly has issues with racism and excessive force
Bang, wouldn't it be hypocritical to preach peace yet use force? At that point, you're no better than the government you fight.
@SwordShield when peaceful protest have done nothing except forget peaceful protesters attacked for no damn reason I think rioting is more than Justified
@bang678 Wow. You need help. Like rioting doesn’t do anything except distract from the cause because it turns attention to a separate issue.
Rioting is radical. This situation is highly comparable to how Hitler rose to power. He simply used the hate in the German people, as the radicals are doing with BLM, to gain influence.Peaceful protesting ended the Vietnam war, peaceful protesting gained suffrage, peaceful protesting tore the Iron Curtain down. Many things can be achieved. Don't let radicals convince you that violence is the only way, because violence is nothing but a path of pain and regret. You might achieve your goal with violence, but you would have become the very thing you were fighting for, making all of that loss for naught.
@Jack9949 Come now, let us not insult her. That will not convince her. We must stay calm.
@SwordShield right because the boston tea party, shays rebellion and the Haymarket affairs totally avhieved nothing in American history
or the abolition riots, or the Chicago beer riots, or the Cincinnati riots, or bloody Sunday... they totally got nothing done.
Yes, but did the American Revolutionary war come without great cost? No! 25,000 people were dead, civilians were starving due to American soldiers taking their food to live, and the newly founded USA was in an economical crisis!Also, regular American people burned some British sympathizers alive in tar. Many atrocities were committed on both sides... Do not remain naïve to the cost of violence and war.
You notice that all of those had casualties, yes? Why do you not care for the lives of the people? This is why I have always insisted a non-violent solution when there is one available! Why resort to violence so hastily for peace?
@SwordShield because peaceful protest did nothing but get people pepper sprayed
Peaceful protests but also other things such as inquiring to the UN and the government are needed. Would you like to know why there hasn't been such a thing yet? They do not take you or the organization seriously because you have acted radically time and time again. Even BLM has exhibited toxic and radical behavior on their website.
And what is this about defunding police? Would that not put the innocent in jeopardy? Why not improve the recruiting standards? Do tell me.
@SwordShield its a simple expression used to grab attention. They dont mean get rid of police force. They mean reevaluate how funds are being used.
Then why are they saying it? It just seems odd to me.
@SwordShield its like when you see a wikd headline in a news paper. It pulls you in and you read the article.
Mmm, I see.
Mhm, indeed. Allow me to make this reply in a powerpoint style to address each point.1a. Indeed, that is quite true, though, BLM shows hypocrisy through trying to get inclusion of the black community through the exclusion of everyone else. Why not try to make race not a thing if you're fighting for equality?1b. They definitely do try to make everyone elses issues not matter though, like saying "white people can't face racism" even though I have faced serious racism in my life as a white person. The main reason I don't support them is their ignorant and sometimes racist generalizations.2. It could be done, however, I believe we should put that money into better training, better limitations, etc. Defunding the police wouldn't really be productive. Overall, just use the Canadian system.
The Chicago murders have organizational group started by blacks who want to take care of that.Black abortions are fine in my book I would rather they be virgins but nobody needs a teenage pregnancy
But the movement is pushing too many false narratives. I support the message however.
And exactly whats your proposal?
@Majesty101 Can you PM me?
@Jack9949 I agree, sadly there are false narratives being pushed. It makes it really hard to focus on the message itself. But that's a different battle. Mad respect to you for supporting the message.
@Djaay My proposal is based on reparations, 75% separation, and racial negations, profiling, and attacking is made illegal with non-discriminatory consequences. First, reparations. For all of the injustice made over these last 400 years, compensation should be made, where land is given, high position is given, and equal opportunities are given, Second, 75% separation. Because the Black history is different from White history, just as Asian and Hispanic history is different, we should all be taught our history in separate classrooms. And third, racial profiling, racial motives, and injustices/crimes made against someone based on race should be illegal all across the board. The offender should be charged the same, no matter the race. Those are just a few on my list.
@TheCloud2 Why didn't you just PM me in the first place? lol
Im afraid your very improperly mistaken all the way to your historical mention. You sound very racist , clear and simple.
@Djaay I'm afraid you haven't studied your history and facts, as my history is completely different than yours. Backstory for the idiot is, my ancestry did not start from your "Christopher Columbus" and instant slavery of black people. My history comes from Egypt, where my people were kings, and queens, and pharaohs who built empires, advanced structures, and proved very intelligent in astronomical, mathematical, and moral studies. But we aren't taught that in your schools, are we? What does your ancestry say about you? Based on your response by my clear and thorough response you are clearly the collective idiot of society who is the epitome of ignorance and miseducation who poisons society by labeling and shaming anything other than your "common" values when different information presents itself. Let me define racist for your dumbass, racist is a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another. So what did I say in my previous response that was racist? Assuming you can read, there is nothing wrong with what I said. Call me what you want but what I SAY is true. If that hurts your feelings, sorry not sorry. Now why don't you read a book or educate yourself about these matters and maybe you could fill the space between your ears. As for me, the highness I am will stand by what I say.
@Djaay Congratualtion on being an Asshole 🎉🎉🎉👏👏👏👌👌👌 Goodbye, Boomer. Go to bed😂😂😂
Well numb nut , slavery was straight out of Egypt and was the accual reason for slavery. GOD curse your people for your dark immorality , pegaism and idolatry. Thats where black slavery started and why. Then your people sold theyre own to others for profit. GOD did this to your people and you'all still haven't learned anything yet. You spew abomination to the rest of your people just by your tougue of evil. Get it right if your going to pick a fight.
Furthermore stupid , my parents are boomers , im the next gen.
@Djaay And what book did you get that from? If it was a White author, I am sorry but you have been mislead lol. Unless it was someone who was original there (indegenous) I can rely on anything that your ancestors say, as they have lied to us for years, hence practically everything that Black people have been TAUGHT about themselves. When you can show some real, primary proof, I'll believe you, but as far as I'm concerned, my ancestors are innocent. It seems as though evil and methods like that were created by outside influence. Don't dump your trash on our history. Like I said, I'm completely done debating with the ignorant. Respond when you have some facts, until then kiss my ass.
GOD isn't white is he? And he's from your domain wasn't he? And he buried your city didn't he? Because of your countrys denial of him and the sins you'll committed didn't he? You still deny dont you? Your destiny is designed by you yourself isn't it? Hell is still in buisness and your going there wether you like it or not or beilieve it or not unless you repent. Bye numb nut
By the way , as it is of now , you yourself is heading towards Heavens junkyard... warning !
@Djaay Ooooooohh I'm shaking. Please, don't blame GOD for history you're not 100% sure of. Until you now the real evil of YOUR ancestors and everything that they were motivated to fuck up, leave my history the hell alone. If you can remember, your ancestors and their journeys to modernize other cultures was their own evil motive. Crusades? Alexander the Great? Pagan Tradition? All wreaked havoc on EVERY OTHER CULTURE. Missions to burn and do away with other cultures' history and influence your own. Satanic approaches flow through your bloodline, and have sadly influenced everyone else. If anyone is going to hell it is you, for not recognizing it and fixing YOUR ancestral streak of evil. GOD was never in that plan now was he? Your ancestors denial of GOD and their motive to create their own destiny is what has us in the hellhole we live in now. Manifest Destiny ever crossed your mind dumbass? Pure example of the motive that runs through your ancestry and bloodline. You truly believe your ancestry was built on being holier than thou? You're a joke and so is everyone with that mindset. Your karma is coming, so you better be prepared. Speaking on GOD's name like that, you should be ashamed of yourself. But you're not are you? You're used to demonizing what is not in your book aren't you? You're used to denying the REAL TRUTH, aren't you? And you're used oppressing what should really be said, aren't you? I refuse to curse your life, as your time is clearly coming. Like I said kiss my ass.
First of all im NOT white like you think i am. Im Samoan from SAMOA. Yea we have our history as well. But you talk high and mighty like your all rugged or something. You know you have to know the truth in order to lie about it , exactly what your performing right now. So keep up with your deception and witchcraft. But that won't work on me like you wished it would. So go ahead and get angry and flatter yourself. Just know this... The evil is spewing out of your mouth right now... the evidence of your creed is right here for evrryone to witness.
@Djaay I think it's funny how all of sudden you want to bring up the fact that you're Samoan, when a second ago it sounded like you were really defensive about White history... smh. I talk high and mighty because I have enough respect and knowledge to KNOW that I am high and mighty. Never did I say that everyone else couldn't be. It's funny how, just like I said earlier, you have tried to demonize everything that I have said, You have to know the truth in order to run away from it as well, don't you? I don't run off of anger I run off of the Truth as you can see. If that hurts your feelings that's too bad. Suck it up. But again, Kiss my ass.
I reminded you of the scriptural judgements that come to those who invite it towards themselfs. Your retoric vindictiveness has no place with me. You heed to your own self rightuosness and bellow in darkness pretending your of some royalty.
By the way wrong again , i am only talking about GOD and his judgements.
@Majesty101 “I have enough respect and knowledge to KNOW that I am high and mighty.” So I’m guessing your the dominant type in BDSM? 😉 Also I know you told the other guy to “kiss my ass” but I honestly would do that for you so it’s really not an insult lol.
Jack9949. You sound so beta. Are you that self-frightuous and hard up?
@Djaay what’s self-frightuous?
Jack9949 ... .. spell check mistake. But i think you know what it is without pc.
@Djaay Well I’m not actually beta to answer your question...
Ok... sure sounds like that tho... just saying
@Majesty101 Because you need to follow me lol
@Djaay I'll say one more time. Ok, boomer. Kiss my ass.
Lmao... what? Triggered
@Majesty101 You REALLY want that ass kissed don’t you? 😂
Dude thats a madussa , get over it.
@Majesty101 I’d smack it for you... no cap...
@Jack9949 Thank you, someone is getting it lol. I mean, I am dominant when I'm alone, or single lol, but more submissive when someone else is involved, if you know what I mean lol. I'm pretty tough but I do like to be dominated. But in this case not by 59 year old assholes. Although I "kiss my ass", I would never want YOU to lol, you actually seem cool. I like you. As for the other guy he can kiss my entire ass.
@Djaay Dud you're an asshole, realize it.
Would never pleasure you for any reason "" MALE UFA "
Thats ok... they say tbat to JESUS too. Ill offend you any time before ill offend the Lord. But really i think you only wished you were right about your mention. Its hard when truth knocks your teeth out isn't it. Reconize
@Djaay Wouldn't want you to boomer. Your last senior prostate exam said it all... smh. But again you can... Kiss... My... Assssssss.
@Majesty101 Well it’s a shame I don’t know you then... you sounds pretty cool yourself 😉
. (Mimyj98) on gag is my wife. Sorry , taken like ways.
@Djaay Oh, poor thing. She must disappointed. She married an asshole who can't even beat it.
Ill bet you are kinda cute when you all frickin mad tho
@Djaay Aww I bet you get hard when you see 9 year olds.
Nope , but 22 year old yea
@Djaay Interesting, your wife must love that... smh
Yup , she's 22
@Djaay Oh I see, it's the money
Or something else too.
@Djaay The senior discount?
Lmao... You would so be taken for surprise
@Djaay The highly disappointing surprise of dentures and dysfunction.
Are you sure about your assumption?
@Djaay Very sure
How are you so sure of yourself. ?
@Djaay By the way you act, your attitude, and how old you are says it all to me.
Are you into surprises?
@Djaay Nope. The "surprise" level is for 30 and under. Frankly, I don't discuss "surprises" with married men either. Maybe your wife will tho... good luck.
Accually she's right here amused whatching your replys. That was the surprise... good you answered better this time.
@Djaay Mhmm... sure. You two have fun with that then.
@Majesty101 Goddamit leave the poor man alone 😂
Jack... im just fine bruh. She can't offend me.
@Jack9949 Tell him that lmao
@Majesty101 Your the one that’s being mean to him 😂
@Jack9949 I'm not going to act like we're friends now lol. It didn't happen earlier and it's not going to happen now. I don't switch up lmfao. I'm supposed to be nice now? lol
@Majesty101 Damn. I really like your personality type... attitude is everything to me... 😉
@Jack9949 You're one of the few that do. Some people don't, some people do, some people like to mess with me to see my reaction, and some just think it's funny and cute. Glad you like it lol.
@Majesty101 Aye np. Defintaly want to meet more people like you in the future.
@Jack9949 Ikr, I need more friends who are more like me. So far, I haven't met a match lol. I need someone on my level, then we can all be bad together lmao.
@Majesty101 well that would be a beautiful sight to see lol
@Jack9949 I agree😁😁
@Majesty101 I think we’d also be a pretty compatable match tho
@Jack9949 I think so too. I like your vibe lol
@Djaay Oh you talk like the white people have no sins. Oh really? Well let me remind you that denying God is a very lower sin than all of your (white people) sins, taking the Indians for slavery, the Hispanic, the blacks, and the Holocaust which was done by white people to the Jews so go read history.
Thecloud2... Im not white stupid , im SAMOAN
@Djaay 1. Stupid you call your friends, not me.2. I never said you were white.3. Stupid you call your friends, not me, if that was not clear in first time...
Thecloud 2 ... Look you go right ahead and be a racist brah. Got the good , bad and the ugly in every race. Secondly , whats up with you mouth... what you feeling lucky today?
@Djaay Me? Yes.But I don't know about your mouth, if it keeps being open I don't know if it will stay there...Oh and stupid you call your friends, not me... In case you did not quite understand...
So what you goig to do about it wise ass
@Djaay Why are you claiming to be Samoan when your profile pic is of a white dude?
Probsbly has a lot to do with my age. Samoan /Brazilian.
What I don't understand is those BLM activists preach this, yet burn down buildings, stores, and ruin lives of all people of all races, then they get heated when someone says All Lives Matter.
https://youtu.be/ajaqY2vd7fw They did this to my city.
@WarAnongUS Because not everyone at a BLM protest is apart of the BLM movement. There was even a cop that was outted for being the first one to start destroying a building in one of the first protests undercover.
Except for when the BLM activists planned a rally at Linn Park downtown Birmingham Alabama and started chanting in the video burn the city down... yeah clearly it wasn’t BLM at all... stop protecting Terrorists
So that one rally dictates a whole group? What about the other peaceful protests like in Michigan and in Philadelphia? Guess they’re terrorist too. And besides, I said not everyone at a protest is apart of BLM. Never said no one in BLM didn’t loot or destroy things, so you can’t blame it all on the group. Have a good day
Ok how about every City in the United States that has a riot?
We can go through all the BLM videos that are being posted as we speak of people from BLM destroying and burning buildings
They aren’t terroists, BLM is a group destroying buisnesses and so on for political gain. Which by definition is terrorists.There is nothing peaceful about BLM.
All this for a man that stuck a loaded pistol in a pregnant woman’s stomach, what a great outstanding guy. he was an Evil Coward. You don’t reform Evil.
"pregnant woman’s stomach" I still have to see evidence of this. It doesn't excuse a killing, but it would remove the suspicion I have that people are just making stuff up about him.
Many of them black, too. Blacks are cannibals. They kill more of their own than anyone else does.
@G3tAClue THANK YOU FOR POSTING THAT!! Loved your response!! Everything now is BLM, and they forget everyone else!!What about the Asian, and Latino shop owners that were burned and looted, when they had NOTHING TO DO WITH the murder?How are they going to recover?My favorite Chinese food place had to close down with the virus, as they couldn't understand that take-out was still OK! When they were going to open for take-out, the riots started, and so they boarded up!!Now, the Grandma that runs it, says they might not be able to stay open, with so much money they lost!! I can't do much more than go there twice a week, and try to help them, but that isn't nearly enough! Same of so many other places, like theirs!!
Yeah, it’s crazy. These riots are disrupting many lives and I can’t see how their reputation will stand as highly as it once did.
My life matters to me. I'm white and male. I have a brother, a father. Their lives matter to me. White male lives matter to me.
Exactly. Tell that MAGAT.
Say what what now?
What I don't understand is those BLM activists preach this, yet burn down buildings, stores, and ruin lives of all people of all races, then they get heated when someone says All Lives Matter. why would you go burn down buildings? and ruin others peoples lives
Right wtf. They ruin the reputation of their black community and they destroy their own town and lives of local store owners that's moronic that store maybe belonged to someone's uncle
Thanks for posting this
You don't have to believe me, but David Clark used to be my neighbor when I used to lived in Milwaukee.He is the real deal and has no problem standing up against tyrnny.He the one that should run for president of the USA
Floyd deserved to die. I know that's mean but who breaks into a house beats nd threatens to kill a pregnant women's baby. I know that's harsh but he was not a good guy.
@grif429 BLM trying to hide his criminal record. This asshole was dangerous
Anyone that did what i listed is not worth the air they breath no matter what race
Grif429 the name of is "implicit bais " and you are right we all have in grained in us. However, it may or may not lead to a person being racist. One may have heard and been talk bad things about a person or group but may find through all encounters that it was not true. A racist is someone that has prejudice and hate for a certain group based on implicit bais and refuses to reevaluate that position no matter what. And by the way, implicit bais is not natural for humans.George Floyd murder was a hoax and none of us should spend time debating him. The guy in the video looked like a 5'9 and a drug addict. Geroge Floyd was 6'3 a former football and did not do drugs. You then had ANTIFA and BLM members rioting and burning down stores in the urban community.We need set aside the divisions in this country. We need to show allegiance to the human race and act accordingly. All humans need clean water, clean air, natural freedoms and uncontaminated food. The deep state wants to take that away from us.
@hereandnow00 true i personally never had a problem with someone black in my life person to person. But our opinions on the net sometimes clash like bumper bars.
George Floyd was a heartless Evil criminal that places a loaded pistol into a pregnant woman’s stomach, you can’t reform evil. It wasn’t ok for the police to kill him, but I’m not going to sit their and act like he was some type of outstanding guy, he wasn’t.
Listen, WarAmongUs, trying to shame George Floyd will do nothing under the pretenses of his death, which was caused by either the incompetence of police or racial violence. No person's death can be justified under such circumstances.
Emmaky, don't assume that other races don't get racism. Through doing that, you already have a single-minded approach. Why not get a group that had all races united to stop racism? Once we erase the borders of racism, we can work towards being equal.
@SwordShield I understand your point of view. But guess what. I’m a human being too. I know racism isn’t narrowed down against one race. I am a race too! But let’s not forget that back then black lives were used as slaves, they were mistreated. And who cares what kind of person George Floyd was. That isn’t the purpose. He could not breathe and murdered from police brutality, NO human deserves to be murdered, and then the murders at first were never charged! BLM for 2020 was inspired by George Floyd, and all of the other black lives that never received justice. Without it, change would not of happened. Those police officers would not of been charged. Like I said, all lives matter, but TODAY black lives are being affected.
He was NOT, you sick fuck. Oh, LOL you can't read this cuz you got banned.
@WarAmongUS "George Floyd was a heartless Evil criminal that places a loaded pistol into a pregnant woman’s stomach, you can’t reform evil. It wasn’t ok for the police to kill him, but I’m not going to sit their and act like he was some type of outstanding guy, he wasn’t."George Floyd facts that people don't know about include: • "Floyd's toxicology report showed that he had fentanyl and methamphetamine in his system when he died" and "was known to be positive for COVID-19 on April 3." (KSTP 5 ABC Eyewitness News)* • "Big Floyd" was also been a porn star (Reddit)**: https://iharare.com/george-floyd-was-a-porn-star/cy4ad5.c2.acecdn.net/.../VID-20200531-WA0000.mp4www.reddit.com/.../* "Autopsy report: George Floyd died from cardiopulmonary arrest, was positive for COVID-19" By Charlie Wiese. KSTP 5 ABC Eyewitness News. June 03, 2020. Online at - kstp.com/.../
BLM started before anyone heard of George Floyd.
Back then White lives were used as slaves. We are all affected by racism, let us all be honest to each other. All lives matter because all lives are affected.I can agree with your point about Floyd, that is definite, but you must understand that the world is not (literally) black and white. Anyone who says race is a thing that should be taken seriously while preaching for equality is counter-intuitive to their own argument. We must make a united group against racism. Why not start our vision for the future here? Why delay?
@PatKirby And why does this matter? Why does it matter if he was a pornstar or if he did this and that? That's not the main issue. Bringing up stuff to make Floyd's death seem like he deserved it is not really a good argument or a good look. Seriously, don't insult the dead.
you said it perfect. But all the blame isn't on cops or white blacks nee to own it also. 75% of black children born out of wedlock 1.7 million doesn't have a father at home. Blacks kill black by the 1000's every year but we see no BLM protest Bills being drafted by black leaders in the house or senate mayor's or gov's. I've seen more black racist in my life then white one's i've seen blacks treat other light skin black different. There is a lot to fix. all people are racist it's called unknown bias.
1. Directly from the BLM website https://blacklivesmatter.com/what-we-believe/2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaF1D8iFI6A
YES! worded perfectly
@Gwxn_xy People who say All Lives Matter just to make BLM less important that's not nice. But most just want to say that ALM cause it's true and everyone, including BLM, matter.
Indeed! I usually use ALM as a serious idea for a group, no matter the race, united against racism.
Thanks, but I can't take credit, I heard it on one of the podcasts I listen to.
The main issue? I have faced severe racism when I was white, does that mean I should have my problems belittled/discredited due to the colour of my skin? No, because that is not progressive in any way.
@SwordShield where are you that you experienced this? And would anyone else agree with your defining the experience racism?
@Walrus_au That's the problem. We shouldn't question people on their experiences just because of their skin. Would you question black people on their experience of racism?If you'd truly like to know, it was the greater Vancouver area.For the second question, most likely yes.
@SwordShield You would leave people who cry racism or similar when they start to see others gaining equality with them have equal claims to those who have a lifetime history of oppression or abuse due to their race or other basic features (gender etc)Ohhh I have experienced anti-white racism because now I have to compete for jobs with black people - is not racism Nor is claims of racism because someone stops you from keeping black folks out of the leadership of your church for example. Yet there are plenty who will cry racism for those issues.The idea of leaving claims unquestioned is foolish. Questioning these claims does not require disrespecting the person or discarding their experience, what is in question is if that experience was actually racism or some other kind of bigotry or not.So in the spirit of questionioning - you faced racism WHEN you were white? At what point were you white vs not white?Ohhh and for the record, I absolutely do not subscribe to the idea that racism can only go in one direction. There is no such thing as 'reverse racism' the only reverse of racism would be radical racial inclusion.
@Walrus_au I see your point, and I agree. If there is no double standard, I can agree,It happened during my childhood. I'd rather not go into it very much into it, but when I was younger, I was both shunned and bullied due to my skin. It's left a deep impact on me and that's why I'm so passionate on this subject.I must say, you must be the most reasonable person I've seen on this site.
@SwordShield Well, I'd have to say that I too would be vehemently against people being shunned and bullied, whether it is for the colour of their skin or any other reason.lol Thanks, not really a high bar to slither over most likely ;)Sorry to hear you had a pack of asshats around you as a kid. Not cool for anyone.
@Walrus_au Yeah man, thanks. You seem solid.
@SwordShield LMAO Solid, isn't that what my doc calls me before telling me to get in shape? What IS wrong with round anyway? it's a shape!
I think they're just trying to get revenge.
I’ve noticed from a lot of videos that there are many white people trashing stores etc. doing it solely for the purpose of wreaking havoc and vandalizing. Others do it to try and incite change. They understandably feel as though peaceful protesting is simply not enough. Though I’m not an advocate for violence, I understand this when people are getting maced and injured for simply protesting on the streets.
This is a good question and an important point you make. It's not a zero-sum game where in order to gain in one area, something must be taken from another area. Both can exist in cooperation and alignment with each other without taking away something from either.
@Gwxn_xy "I think they're just trying to get revenge."Yes, however true justice is about balance, whereas revenge is about making yourself feel better. There is a proverb that says "Revenge is a dish best served cold", meaning it's better to deliver retribution for an injustice after time has passed and things have cooled down and it can be done dispassionately. But let's not forget the flipside - "If you want revenge, then dig two graves", one for the bad guy and one for a part of yourself as well.
In terms of police brutality your failing to understand that all races are more or less in an equal position. Also in regards to the forest even if one is immediately threatened, shouldn’t you still protect and value the others? I’m sick of BLM protesters harrasing me as an innocent white passerby every time I’m not holding a sign for their egos.
Indeed. Jack makes the statement all of us want to hear. I would instead propose a united action against racism, a united movement of all races. We want black people's problems to be heard, but we want every other race's problems heard to create an equal society.