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  1. 12 points
    Four Question Blacks Owe Whites the Answers To. Black America wants something from White America. It wants acknowledgment of “white privilege,” it wants reparations, it wants to replace the nuclear family with the collective family, it wants socialism, it want exemptions from the law that the rest of us are duty bound to follow...in short, it wants a new segregated system that gives them their own style of Black Privilege within the context of of a country built on the idea that out of many, comes one people. So Black America wants this from White America, and I thought, well if they want to convince me that their demands are right and just—which is what they seem to be doing by looting and protesting against White America—it only seems correct that they answer a few of my questions first. If you want something from me, explain to me why I should give it to you. Tell me why you should be driving the bus. 1. Why should I listen to your black lives matter cries when black lives don’t matter much to you? Why do you expect me to care about black lives more than you do? You can spin it however you’d like, but the fact that is inescapable that blacks slaughter other blacks in wholesale amounts for criminal, selfish and cruel reasons. True, there are some illegal and unjust shootings by white cops against black suspects, and those deaths deserve justice. But those numbers are a tiny fraction of the black on black murders committed in one Chicago weekend alone. I don’t see any evidence that blacks really care about black lives. They may care about something, but it’s not black lives. Why don’t blacks mobilize and march on F Dog’s house in north St Louis the way they mobilized and marched in downtown St Louis? You know F Dog...the guy who deals heroin out of the duplex on Martin Luther King Drive. Go burn F Dog’s crib to the ground. See if he comes back. F Dog, Jeezy Beans, and C-Game sell dope, kill people and wreck lives. They destroy communities. They destroy black communities. When these lives matter more to blacks, black lives will matter more to me. You can’t expect me to want it more than you do. 2. On a related point, if black lives matter, why do black lives embrace music that glorifies destructive behavior? I used to work blue collar warehouse with a guy named Don. Don was from the hood and Don was a thug. But he held down a job and showed up for work. One day he and I were putting up drywall and he was playing rap music about selling drugs, f*ckin’ bitches and runnin’ ho’s. And I asked him why he listened to music like that. “It’s how life is in my hood,” he said. I didn’t pursue the conversation which took place nearly 30 years ago, but it doesn’t look like much has changed. Except for the fact that things in Don’s hood are the same if not worse, and things in Don’s city are getting burnt to a crisp. If young black men are marinating themselves in hypnotic violent messages, does any reasonable person expect this to produce peaceful behaviors? I don’t get it, but I don’t see aggressive music helping much. 3. Fatherhood. There doesn’t seem to be enough of it going around in black neighborhoods. We’ve all seen the statistics so I’m not going to bother with links. But I think it’s more than reasonable to believe children have a better chance in life when they’re raised by two parents rather than one. Where did the fathers go? Why do they go? Are the answers to those questions an inescapable fate? Do black fathers Have to go to jail? Do black fathers Have to abandon their families so they can go out at night to “run with their boyz?” I don’t understand. I can’t answer for them. Maybe to help me understand, they can start answering for themselves. But until they do, they placing an awful burden on black women to raise healthy families alone. 4. If you ARE the man, you can’t b!tch ABOUT the man. Wanda Sykes, black comedienne, coined that phrase about major American cities run by blacks. And it’s a valid point. Most large urban population centers in America are run by black democratic power systems. The mayor, the aldermen/city council, the police chief, the prosecutor, the dog catcher and on and on and on...are primarily democratic and primarily black in our largest urban areas. And it’s been that way for decades. How can you make a case for “systemic racism” as a real pox upon blacks without incriminating blacks? You can’t. Or at least not an effective one to anybody paying attention. But for those not paying attention, that is, the people who keep voting in more black democrats to operate the levers of municipal control, I would ask this: If you are so dissatisfied with the power structures in your cities, the ones that are so corrupted by “systemic racism,” why do you keep voting for the same kinds of politics generation after generation? Haven’t these people demonstrated themselves to be ineffective? Isn’t your collective intelligence insulted by black democrats who continue to allow “systemic racism” to exist and thrive on their tenured watch? Mine would be, and I would think yours would be too. Can you help me understand why it’s not? —————- Blacks have gotten so many advantages to succeeed that I don’t understand it when they don’t. At least in the large urban areas where they control everything from the executive offices through to a significant percentage of all federal government and municipal jobs. They have a wealth of entitlement programs they can access, they get an advantage in many college admissions programs, they get many breaks as minority business owners, they get preferential treatment in many hiring practices (some mandated and all legal), and for some reason they still cannot make their communities and cities work because of “racism.” Well, claiming Racism as the problem is like your football coach telling you “go team go!” on a 4th and 1. It’s a battle cry low on substance. At least to me. Which is why I have these questions. If black America wants to convince white America of the righteousness of its cause, do us the favor of answering our legitimate questions instead of calling us Racist for even daring to challenge. You want the keys to the kingdom and your own house is a mess. I’m not sure how that works, but I’m willing to listen.
  2. 9 points
    You’re right. No comparison. BLM doesn’t have that kind of patience. They’re just killing cops and civilians on sight.
  3. 9 points
  4. 7 points
    Anyone who considers themselves a Republican and says they will vote for Biden is NOT a Republican. Biden is a corrupt, leftwing loon suffering from dementia, so anyone with a conscience cannot cast a vote that puts Biden's finger on the button. If she's actually registered as a Republican, she should be kicked out of the party.
  5. 7 points
    Oh brother. The two could hardly be more opposite. Pat Tillman was a patriot. He loved his country...served his country...and died for his country. Colon (not a typo) Tinyd*ck, on the other hand, wipes his @$$ with the American flag every time somebody points a camera at him. Trying to compare the two is like trying to compare chocolate pudding with dogsh*t. It just doesn't work.
  6. 7 points
    And suddenly, in a blaze of light from on high, Bolton goes from being a pig warmonger to a holy angel delivering salvation in the eyes of the Left.
  7. 7 points
    One nice feature with the new Forum software is one can see who posted something and I know what posts not to waste my time on. . .
  8. 6 points
    Au contraire. It’s a strong whataboutism, something you excel at, and thus you should appreciate the comeback, even if you hate to admit it.
  9. 6 points
    I’m the author and I don’t agree with you either. Sure your partially right, but from what I’ve seen over the past 57 years, blacks generally identify as part of a larger group known as the Black Community with their own special interest groups to advance their own special interests.
  10. 6 points
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  12. 6 points
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    I am sick to death of all the "live together separately", We can get through this together alone", protesting peacefully by burning and looting, tearing down statues of anything some folks don't like. It's really too bad the SLA came along too early. They would at least have had the hair to do the statues the right way. LAAW's rockets and plastique would have been their style. None of the mask nazis mention the 250,000 deaths caused by the mistakes of medical folks every year. More and more stories about "inaccurate" covid testing (but ya really have to dig to find them, I wonder why) News folks never mention how many live through the virus and how many never even knew they had it. Only that we must submit, comply, and surrender. Mark
  13. 6 points
    This is the same playbook they tried last time. Virtually all the polls had Trump down by 9, 10, 12 points and they turned out to be WRONG. It's nothing more than propaganda meant to influence the election. For those who don't know, over 10 MILLION people watched Trump's rally online and over 8 MILLION people watched him on Fox. That's over 18 MILLION people tuning in just to see Trump at a rally. There's your poll right there.
  14. 6 points
  15. 6 points
    It was working really well for connected elitists of both parties. For the average American, not so much. They didn't care if the cart was about to go over the cliff as long as they were riding on top of all the loot it carried. That, and pro war as you say, keeping troops in craphole countries that don't benefit the US's interests.
  16. 6 points
    Americans Should Never Again Comply With Pandemic Lockdown Orders By John Daniel Davidson JUNE 18, 2020 The Federalist <More Here> We’re told a second wave of coronavirus infections is coming. As businesses open back up and states relax lockdown orders, the number of new cases is ticking up in a handful of states. We’ve heard warnings in recent days from the Centers for Disease Control and various public health experts and elected officials that a new series of lockdowns might be necessary. What these experts and officials don’t seem to realize is that Americans will never comply with their lockdown orders again. They have burned their credibility to the ground, and they no longer have the moral authority to tell us what to do. Simply put, the people in charge have shown themselves to be rank hypocrites who care more about politics than science. For months, we were told that large gatherings were deadly because of the coronavirus, but when protests broke out in late May, large gatherings were suddenly okay. The exact day the experts lost their credibility was June 4, when more than 1,000 public health workers signed a letter claiming the protests were “vital to the national public health and to the threatened health specifically of black people in the United States.” The woke corporate press scrambled to assure us this wasn’t hypocritical at all, and that “health is about more than simply remaining free of coronavirus infection,” as a pair of epidemiologists put it in The Atlantic. That’s a curious argument to make after forced business closures and lockdown orders destroyed tens of millions of American jobs, ruined countless businesses and livelihoods, and caused a sharp uptick in suicides, drug overdoses, and domestic abuse. Never mind the compelling research showing that lockdowns are overall much worse for public health than the coronavirus. But if public health experts cared about more than just steering clear of the coronavirus at any cost, you wouldn’t have known it based on their pandemic policies—that is, until the George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter (BLM) rallies came along. Here at last was something more important than stopping the virus. And it wasn’t just public health experts. Elected officials were all too willing to use their power to promote ideology at the expense of public health—and then turn around and punish disfavored groups in the name of public health. Witness the appalling double standard of men like New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio. On Monday, city workers welded shut the gates of a Brooklyn playground frequented by members of the Hasidic Jewish community in Williamsburg. They claimed it was necessary to stop the spread of the coronavirus. But this happened one day after the city allowed a massive “Black Trans Lives Matter” rally in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza that attracted thousands of protesters packed together in close quarters. Officially, large gatherings are still banned in New York as part of the city’s pandemic response. So are playgrounds, including the one whose gates were welded shut Monday, because the city “found a lack of regard for social distancing” at the parks, according to a de Blasio spokeswoman. There are two only possible conclusions here. Either de Blasio somehow believes that catching COVID-19 isn’t a risk if you’re at a BLM rally, or he doesn’t actually care about preventing the spread of the virus and wants to use the pandemic to exercise arbitrary power over New Yorkers, punishing those who defy him and indulging those who share his political views. Either way, no one should take anything de Blasio says about the pandemic seriously, and no New Yorker should ever again obey a lockdown order issued from his office. Their Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds (snip)
  17. 6 points
  18. 6 points
    The BLM was nothing more than a political rally for every crazy with a concern in the US. So the DNC jumped on that bandwagon. On the other hand a Trump rally is a political rally for every American concerned about the Constitution. Since ALL Dem's and a few Republican's want to destroy that document, we can't have our rallies. They said so.
  19. 6 points
    Neo-NAZI groups are not far right. They are socialist / marxist in their belief systems. As far as these scum, they deserve the not-a-death penalty that Commifornia can give them. How does this change the fact that BLM and ANTIFA are still actively destroying places around the US (both marxist / socialist) themselves?
  20. 6 points
    At this point, if people were to take their cues from democrats and thuggy blacks, there would be crowd of thousands marching to Harlem and people’s homes there and demanding justice and an end to systemic racism against white people.
  21. 6 points
    Fine - keep him on scholarship, let him sit the season out, don't dare apologize or pander, fight any attempt for him to seek a transfer with immediate eligibility for his last year, and watch his draft stock plummet from first round to second or third and cost him millions. And if other players don't like it - they can sit out also. But don't pull scholarships. That would just let these whiny asses transfer to another school and be rewarded by getting to play somewhere else this year with the NCAA waiver that would certainly be granted due to the hostile environment created by a coach wearing a t-shirt with a conservative news network displayed on it. I am so sick of the perpetually offended.
  22. 6 points
    1) The vehicle didn't teleport. He drove it there. Drunk. 2) The vehicle wasn't safely parked, it was in a drive through obstructing traffic. 3) Under the law if you're sitting in the driver's seat of a running vehicle, you're operating it. 4) Your expert opinion aside, he should have been arrested for the DUI by the officer (DUI specialist is a job you've invented and requiring it is nonsensical as all officers are trained in standardized field sobriety testing) that responded to the call. The vehicle should then be towed or parked depending on what the property owner wanted. The officers tried to arrest him. However he made the choice to employ violence against them. 5) He was in mental distress because he knew he'd be going back to prison for violating parole. Fun fact: I just found out on the news he was arrested in my area a couple months ago as a fugitive. As for the "mother's gravesite" crap, people make up crap all the time to get sympathy. You can't assume they're telling the truth. 6) A Taser is not "non-lethal." A Taser is "less-lethal" and is considered lower on the continuum of force than a handgun. Another fun fact: The prosecutor who's claiming that the Taser is not a deadly weapon in this case is the same prosecutor a couple weeks ago who charged 6 police officers for assaulting some college students. In the press conference for that case he declares that the Taser is a Deadly Weapon under Georgia law. 7) He was not just carrying the deadly weapon as you assert. He used it. You can clearly see him turn and fire it in the Wendy's surveillance video and can hear him fire it on the BWC video. 8.) The distress as you describe it is the emotional roller coaster of alcohol intoxication. He was calm and collected one moment, then loud and belligerent the next, and then distraught the next. They tried talking to him. He then chose to use violence in an attempt to escape. Hop on Youtube and look for video of various DUI arrests. You'll witness people being totally cool then suddenly losing it and attacking the police or being belligerent. Its a common side effect of alcohol or drug abuse. 9) They knew the range of the Taser. However not everyone has the ability to judge precise distances without measuring tools while moving during a violent and rapidly evolving incident. Even if the officers did have that magic power, it doesn't matter. Sooner or later they'd need to close the distance to make the arrest. There's no staying outside the range indefinitely here. What's more, you're looking at the incident with the benefit of hindsight, something that is legally prohibited when judging police use of force. It is the sort of reasoning that can't be used in court.
  23. 6 points
    Raises a hand in anger? This violent convicted felon fought with the police, disarmed one of his Taser, and while fleeing turned and fired that Taser at an officer. He chose to assault them with a weapon which could incapacitate them or worse. This would give him access to their firearm. You call that an execution? I call it justifiable self defense.
  24. 6 points
    Anyone who was NOT comatose during the Ovomit tenure in the Oval Office should know that he did more to destroy this nation at every opportunity than ALL previous presidents combined. He HATES America and he made that known. He purposely fomented racial and class warfare from the Oval Office in between his taxpayer paid vacations. Anyone who champions that vile swine and his comrades, his actions and his intentions is not an American.
  25. 6 points
    Oh. The last woman I would expect Bill Clinton to have an affair with is his wife.
  26. 6 points
  27. 6 points
    Whenever I hear someone in power say “We are all in this together” I know it is nothing but a bunch of propaganda pablum. They never endure the same things that the working class has to, so quit telling us we are in “it” together. “WE” does not include “YOU” so stop patronizing.
  28. 5 points
    That is cool. So, who's the white guy that's going to lead the black men out of BLM?
  29. 5 points
    Hillary Clinton: 'I would have done a better job' than Trump handling coronavirus pandemic The Washington Examiner - Mica Soellner - LINK <excerpted> President Trump's onetime Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, said the coronavirus would be under better control in the United States if she were president. "We sure could have done a better job saving lives — modeling better, more responsible behavior," Clinton told the Hollywood Reporter's Awards Chatter podcast. "I don't think we necessarily should have had as deep an economic assault on livelihoods and jobs as we have. So I know I would have done a better job." Clinton, a former U.S. senator, secretary of state, and first lady, added that she felt "frustrated" being stuck on the sidelines. The coronavirus pandemic, the outbreak of which has been tied back to Wuhan, China, has led to 2.8 million cases in the U.S., and more than 130,000 of those who became infected have died. *snip* ****************************************** It wouldn't matter what the subject is, she can say she would have handled it better. If looking at her past actions could give us any indication, more people would be dead, not fewer. Unfortunately, Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods are unavailable for comment about how effective Hillary Clinton is during a crisis situation.
  30. 5 points
  31. 5 points
    It’s like Colon Powell. He didn’t vote for Trump in 2016. In fact, his voting for republicans seems to have started and stopped with GW, probably just so he could be in his administration. And yet all of these people wonder how Trump got elected. We hate the establishment that would rather vote for a democrat than an America first president.
  32. 5 points
    Obviously you haven't noticed that since the birth of the Teaparty movement nothing in American politics has been normal. The current reactionary response by establishment politicians and juvenile White neo-Marxists is an attempt to destroy politically classic liberal Americans who are faithful to the Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States of America. The fact that the rats are staying on board the sinking ship of global statism and crony capitalism is a plus. Group thinkers and mobs are incapable of original thought or building anything. They will be buried by the likes of the modern sons and daughters of liberty.
  33. 5 points
    The Western Journal MICHAEL FLYNN JUNE 29, 2020 Excerpt: I was once told if we’re not careful, 2 percent of the passionate will control 98 percent of the indifferent 100 percent of the time. The more I’ve thought about this phrase, the more I believe it. There is now a small group of passionate people working hard to destroy our American way of life. Treason and treachery are rampant and our rule of law and those law enforcement professionals who uphold our laws are under the gun more than at any time in our nation’s history. These passionate 2 percent appear to be winning. Despite there being countless good people trying to come to grips with everything else on their plates, our silent majority (the indifferent) can no longer be silent. If the United States wants to survive the onslaught of socialism, if we are to continue to enjoy self-government and the liberty of our hard-fought freedoms, we have to understand there are two opposing forces: One is the “children of light” and the other is the “children of darkness.” As I recently wrote, the art and exercise of self-governance require active participation by every American. I wasn’t kidding! And voting is only part of that active participation. Time and again, the silent majority have been overwhelmed by the “audacity and resolve” of small, well-organized, passionate groups. It’s now time for us, the silent majority (the indifferent), to demonstrate both. The trials of our current times, like warfare, are immense and consequences severe and these seem inconquerable. As a policewoman from Virginia told me, “People don’t feel safe in their homes and our police force is so demoralized we cannot function as we should. In my 23 years with my department, I have never seen morale so low.” Another woman from Mississippi told me that we need our leaders to “drop a forceful hammer. People are losing patience. It simply must be stopped! Laws MUST be enforced … no one is above the law.” Don’t fret. Through smart, positive actions of resolute citizen-patriots, we can prevail. Always keep in mind that our enemy (these dark forces) invariably have difficulties of which we are ignorant. For most Americans, these forces appear to be strong. I sense they are desperate. I also sense that only a slight push on our part is all that is required to defeat these forces. How should that push come? Prayers help and prayers matter, but action is also a remedy. Our law enforcement professionals, from the dispatcher to the detective and from the cop to the commissioner, are a line of defense against the corrupt and the criminal. It is how we remain (for now) in a state of relatively peaceful existence. We must support them with all our being. They are not the enemy; they bring light to the darkness of night through their bravery and determination to do their jobs without fanfare and with tremendous sacrifice. The silent majority (the indifferent) tend to go the way of those leading them. We are not map- or mind-readers; we are humans fraught with all the hopes and fears that flesh is heir to. We must not become lost in this battle. We must resoundingly follow our God-given common sense. *snip* Full Commentary
  34. 5 points
    I’m fairly certain that’s been happening for quite some time at this point.
  35. 5 points
    The anti-Trump protestor holding up a sign was the first to shout white power at the Trump supporter on the golf cart. Then the pro-Trump protestor shouted it back to the anti-Trump buttwipe to mock and piss him off. And of course you commies purposely omit that part and also the part with the old biddy shouting all of her filthy obscenities at the Trump supporters as she jumped out in front of a golf cart blocking it then yelling "Don't TOUCH ME!" as she pushed herself into the stopped cart.
  36. 5 points
    A perfect example of a leftard who can't understand what he sees and hears because he's pre-programmed to only see and hear what his masters tell him to see and hear.
  37. 5 points
    I'm sorry, WHO? Jeeze, this is like The Mummy! The dig up political has-beens and never-weres and they throw their opinions out there like they're supposed to have some weight or credibility? Here's a little tip for those who don't get the problem here. If these relics had weight and credibility, they'd be squarely in the game, however, they don't and they aren't, and yet the MSM digs them up to put them out there to convince people that the rank and file are turning against President Trump when nothing could be further from the truth. The media is &lt;censored&gt;ting bricks in the stalls next to the leftists who are foaming at the mouth trying to come up with something to lob at President Trump because all the other fiascos and fake scandals have been revealed, regardless of how hard they keep beating those poor dead horses.
  38. 5 points
    I’ve said this before, and it becomes more true every day, the reason Biden got the VP slot was that he was the only one in DC dumber than obama.
  39. 5 points
    If Trump was truly in the pocket of big corporations this is one of the last things which would ever happen. This alone is an un arguable fact he isn't bought and paid for.
  40. 5 points
    Yes Mr Fired moron, only Washington veteran illuminati know what's best for the National interest. Not saying that the President doesn't indeed have personal interests, everyone does. But to claim that one's personal interests are antithetical to the National interests, and that ONLY people like you put National interests first......Bull Puckey!
  41. 5 points
    I lost faith in the Republican party when we last had the White House, the House, the Senate and a majority of governorships and did NOTHING good with it. GWB and all the power hungry, selfish scumbag politicians had the opportunity to take major corrective action and instead continued to spend money we don't have and EXPAND government bureaucracy and intrusion into our every day lives. Trump is the right man at the right time and we need thousands more like him - people with the guts to stand up and do what's right in the face of evil and corruption.
  42. 5 points
  43. 5 points
    Someone help me. Is this creature running for President or auditioning for village idiot?
  44. 5 points
    Joe’s way of saying that you can fondle them all and get your wife to deny it happened.
  45. 5 points
    I could say the same about Floyd and Brooks. When the death of criminals, no matter how, overshadows the death of innocent people, my give a crap goes empty.
  46. 5 points
    Anybody ever think the President says this stuff just to tweak the press and anti-trumper? I think it is hilarious that “serious, educated adults” hang on every tweet.
  47. 5 points
    Yes "disturbing "....It's a "bombshell"....Twitter is "outraged"....This could be the end for Ivanka
  48. 5 points
    I’m glad they caught the guys and hope they are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. I’m also not surprised the left is only concerned about police when a white person kills or hurts one. It’s a double bonus for them if they can point to any link to the right much like the concern they have for black lives.
  49. 5 points
    I am so outraged about the destruction and removal of confederate statues, flags, etc. My family fought that war and sorry Dennis Prager (who I think is great) WAS NOT ABOUT SLAVERY. Slavery was an issue at the times but few people were abolitionist. I hate the stupid SOB's that are destroying our history. I belong to the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Sons of the American Revolution. The South was discriminated against by the North since the earliest days of our nation. The North had the money, power, and population including representatives to abuse the South which felt that it more closely followed the principals of the founding fathers. The South was forced to defend itself against a huge army of invading terrorist from the North in 1861. The idea that the North was anti-slavery was totally wrong.The only interest they had in abolishing slavery was to cripple the Southern economy. They could give a s**t about slaves or slavery and many in the North owned slaves General Grant and Sherman for instance. God it is maddening. We need an armed revolution to take bake this country. It is confederate statues today and tomorrow it will be any statues of white people.
  50. 5 points
    PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump, like his predecessor... what's-his-face, did not "inherit" the economy. Trump volunteered to take it in a new direction - UP! The economy was booming simply because Trump removed byzantine rules and regulations. Many of which his predecessor... wait-in-know-this... had imposed on businesses. For eight years, Early Onset Dementia Joe was part of the problem. He is campaigning on a return to "the good old days" of unquestioned chronic unemployment and a tenth of a percentage growth. I will concede that "it did not have to be this way". Trump could have just done nothing like his predecessor... oh, dammit anyway... What Trump miscalculated was the Democrats' zeal to "not let a good crisis go to waste". Governors and mayors in pinko states used Wuhan flu to shutdown the economy. They continue to decide whose jobs are "essential". Hint: I have yet to hear of a government worker being laid off or taking a pay cut. That's on the Leftist governors and mayors not Trump, you useless, senile git.
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