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RHanson

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  1. That data do not support your position. There is no significant indication that the police as a whole treat black people differently then white people when the analysis accounts for disparities in rates of criminality. White people are also killed by police under similar circumstances, but there is tremendous observational bias. For those who can not understand this, ask yourself why the police hate men so much, discriminate against men as there is a far more significant disparity in rates of arrest and prosecution, about ten to one, when we compare men to women instead of whites to black. The obvious answer is the men commit crimes at a much higher rate then do women. The disparity in outcomes arises directly from a disparity in rates of criminality, and is not an indication of enormous and systemic problem of the gender bias in policing. If there is a problem, it is that a great many black people sit down and have "the talk" with their children, especially their mail children where they are taught to hate and fear the police. This widespread generational bigotry against the police has a impact on the behavior of many black people when they interact with the police. I find it amazing how many police officers can maintain their professionalism when confronted by this irrational hatred. If the police are racists against blacks, then why it is primarily black men who are killed by the police and not black women in equal numbers?
  2. It is very hard to be a socialist redistributing wealth if you do not, as a minimum segregate, the people into groups. Most democrats are continually encouraged to hate the affluent, which makes it possible to erect laws that discriminate on the basis of income. This tendency of Democrats to segregate people into groups instead of treating each person as an individual has become pervasive with Democrats continually seeking and exploiting animosity between peoples. A man stand before you, it is hard to just hate a man if you see him as a person, an individual, if you know him as a person. It is easy to hate cops, It is easy to hate white men. It is easy to hate the affluent. It is easy to hate and dehumanize a man when you only see him as a white man, a homosexual, as a Jew, as a rich man, as a negro, as a criminal, or a pig, instead of as an individual man to be valued as an individual based on his actions and his words. In this way is the Democratic party the monger of hate.
  3. I would assert that Democrats have and are a party driven by racism and bigotry. We can simply inspect the behaviors of members of both parties today and note that racists and bigots are far more prevalent in the Democratic party then in the Republican party. It is Democrats that consistently value people by their membership in groups while republicans most often favor looking at people as individuals with individual right and individual responsibilities without regard to pigmentation. What is amusing, and demonstrates my point, is that the original video asserts that Republicans are racists become some racist white Democrats, an unknowable number, switched parties as if Republicans as a group can keep anyone from voting Republican. This is the defect of many Democrats, their bigotry, as they assign responsibility to a group, in this case Republicans, for the choices of individuals. It is identity politics that is the wellspring from which bigotry rises in the Democratic party.
  4. What then of people who are slaves to the state in a socialist society, what then of liberty, personal freedom? America is becoming increasingly bifurcated into productive peoples who are indentured to the state through excessive taxation, and a growing dependency class that is the base of political power for the Democratic party.
  5. Hatters hate. This is no different then burning a cross on the front lawn of a black family.
  6. There was a time when large numbers of white people where bigots, racists, but this is not that time excepting those, mostly younger whites, who have been inculcated to hate their own race. There is, however, widespread bigotry against police officer and institutionalized bigotry against mostly white men as well a systemic bigotry directed at the affluent. All of this is generally ignored because of historic white racism. For a long time, I was blissfully ignorant of just how much racism still exists until the first election of President Obama, I voted for Obama in that election, but the enormous venting of hatred for white people was a shocking.
  7. Hell ... this may be true, that is some black people are likely protesting because they believe this lie, but they reality is that most of these deaths involve additional crimes, such as resisting arrest, flight, and assault of a police officer often with deadly force. If we stop this type of propaganda, then perhaps a lot of black protesters will stop acting like terrorist using violence and intimidation to achieve political change.
  8. This is just a foolish post. Most of the former members of the KKK are under the ground, dead from growing old, and no one dug them up and moved them north and as the KKK is now much smaller then it once was, either they are failing to indoctrinate their children, or they are failing to have many children. What an ignorant and bigoted person are you.
  9. And socialism. If you look at people as individuals, individuals with rights and individuals with responsibilities, then the call for socialism must be abandoned. It is only by segrigating people into groups and teaching them to hate each other that socialism become possible as then one group of people becomes responsible for the plight of another group of people and this is their justification for the redistribution of wealth. When you think of each human as a special worthy individual who has the right to make choices for his own life, it is hard to blame anyone else for the disparities in outcomes. Bigotry is the wellspring of power in the Democratic party.
  10. Then why talk about Republicans, homosexuals or women when you realize everyone should have the same rights?
  11. Thanks for demonstrating my assertion. There should be no specific rights for any certain segment of the population, only rights enjoyed by all, all individuals.
  12. Wow Vegas, you managed to be a bigot against everyone simultaneously. I am white and I care about people, which necessarily includes all black people, as a default reaction until an individual does something observable to justify going onto my two shits list.
  13. ter·ror·ism /ˈterəˌrizəm/ noun the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims. Many of these people are terrorist by definition. If you are prosecuting these mostly peaceful BLM protesters for acts of political violence, I am the man you want on your jury.
  14. That was awesome. The police SUV had its lights on and the mostly peaceful protesters where blocking his progress. This is exactly what should be done ever time. The protesters have no right to detain the police or any other person by blocking their movement. A little respect for the rights of others goes a long way, but a great many of the mostly peaceful BLM rioters have little or respect for either the liberty of other people or their property.
  15. This is only the opinion of an ignorant minority and certainly not the opinion of the Supreme Court which has unambiguously recognized the 2nd Amendment as an individual right. District of Columbia v. Heller: Held: 1. The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home. Pp. 2–53. (a) The Amendment’s prefatory clause announces a purpose, but does not limit or expand the scope of the second part, the operative clause. The operative clause’s text and history demonstrate that it connotes an individual right to keep and bear arms. Pp. 2–22. (b) The prefatory clause comports with the Court’s interpretation
  16. Nope, because you categorize people into groups. What is wrong with being inclusive and saying people instead of homosexuals, or people instead of Republicans, or better yet some people, or a few individuals, or even almost all people depending on the situation?
  17. Not all Republicans, but I understand what you are saying. Abortion? If you are intellectually honest, the position of most Republicans is not about women, it is about the lives of unborn humans include unborn women. Homosexuals? I would not criminalize homosexuality, but neither would I celebrate the same in law. Drug legalization? I would make all drugs legal without a prescription including medications as well as recreational drugs. What you have managed to demonstrate is the tendency of many of those on the left to look at people as members of groups, the bigot reflex, instead of as individuals, In this case you identify three groups, Republicans, homosexuals, and women, you talk about groups of people rather than of individuals. This is the exact attitude that leads to bigotry and racism.
  18. How does that make the entry illegal? It does not. Do you truly think criminals keep law enforcement updated every time they change addresses? The police had a valid warrant for the address the police entered and the police received gun fire as they entered that address.
  19. How so? All of the reports that I read indicated that the police had a valid no knock warrant.
  20. I see no reason to think that a Christopher could not be of any race, any appears as the Christ desires.
  21. If black lives did not matter, we would not be bother to prosecute these terrible crimes. All lives matter, including black lives and the lives of our police officers.
  22. There was no need to use the N word, it is enough to simply point out Rep. Pressley as a bigot and a racist.
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