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Man Dies After Being Handcuffed By MInneapolis Police; Video of Cop Kneeing Man’s Neck

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8 minutes ago, bull123 said:

Nowhere near close to the same

light years away

yeah, this is more justified, it's not just about taxes, it's about lives

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lol show more anger towards the rioting and the calling of someone racist than the actual racist crime.

 

You can’t make this up. Like, there is no other reason that this cop felt the need to kneel on Floyd’s neck other than racism.

That poster is probably one of those “MLK would not approve of what you’re doing” individuals. 

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24 minutes ago, bull123 said:

Nowhere near close to the same

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Rodeo was spot on with his response. If violence and looting was fine for something as simple as being taxed, then there should be no problem with what’s going on now, as human life >>> taxes. Not unless you feel a certain group of people’s lives aren’t worth it.

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4 minutes ago, AggieLean said:

lol show more anger towards the rioting and the calling of someone racist than the actual racist crime.

 

You can’t make this up. Like, there is no other reason that this cop felt the need to kneel on Floyd’s neck other than racism.

That poster is probably one of those “MLK would not approve of what you’re doing” individuals. 

Not sure if racism or police arrogance.  I’d say both in this case.  If it was a white guy in a suit, I doubt he would do that.  You should never... never ever put a knee on anyone neck.

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1 minute ago, Ja Rhule said:

Not sure if racism or police arrogance.  I’d say both in this case.  If it was a white guy in a suit, I doubt he would do that.

Wouldn't put anything past a pig imho. They're just more casual about it with Black People.

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14 minutes ago, rodeo said:

yeah, this is more justified, it's not just about taxes, it's about lives

yeah I kinda had second thoughts about my pie on that post, because it isn't really the same

my reactionary pie was because of the similarity of the act against the oppressing entity, but your post is 100% spot on

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All anyone really needs to observe to understand the system is the police reaction when something like this happens versus when everyone shows up with their AR-15s and their Trump flags in the beds of their F150s protesting to reopen businesses in a fuging pandemic.

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1 hour ago, bull123 said:

Nowhere near close to the same

light years away

How so? Please be specific.

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1 hour ago, bull123 said:

Nowhere near close to the same

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That's bc you're racist and need reasons to scold black ppl, fug off

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1 hour ago, AggieLean said:

lol show more anger towards the rioting and the calling of someone racist than the actual racist crime.

 

You can’t make this up. Like, there is no other reason that this cop felt the need to kneel on Floyd’s neck other than racism.

That poster is probably one of those “MLK would not approve of what you’re doing” individuals. 

White folks haven't learned anything from Ferguson

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22 minutes ago, 332nd said:

How so? Please be specific.

I bet he’s fine with the protest that have been occurring with those wanting to open things back up. He’s probably ok with those same individuals showing up into state government buildings with weapons.

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3 minutes ago, ImaginaryKev said:

White folks haven't learned anything from Ferguson

I think that’s true for the majority, but I do believe some of them understand. Quite a few standing alongside black folks in Minneapolis. We just need a few more, then we will be in business.
 

For the most part, though, you’re correct. 

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