Race riots 2020

911

Peacock
Gold Member
The proper course of action here is that the cop who kept his knee on that dude's neck literally sucking the life out of him should not just get fired, he should do time for manslaughter, at the very least.


Yes and although highly influential it’s since been discredited. Participants were coached.
There are other experiments like the Milgram and Asch which have documented the tendency for blind obedience to authority, we're seeing this in full effect all around us in these times.

Cops are increasingly low-mid IQ people who exhibit sociopathic tendencies, and instead of learning to control these traits, they are instead emphacised in their training at the expense of common sense and basic humanity. This case is a good example of this. The Idaho cops who arrested the mother with her child for being in a Boise park last week are another good example of this.



Police forces in the US as well as other western countries like France have become increasingly militarized and are actively implementing sociopathic Israeli-style repressive forms of policing. For instance, the tear gas used on a large scale against the yellow vests in France has been upgraded to military-grade potency, imported from Israel.

When the U.S. Department of Justice published a report Aug. 10 that documented “widespread constitutional violations, discriminatory enforcement, and culture of retaliation” within the Baltimore Police Department (BPD), there was rightly a general reaction of outrage.


But what hasn’t received as much attention is where Baltimore police received training on crowd control, use of force and surveillance: Israel’s national police, military and intelligence services.


Baltimore law enforcement officials, along with hundreds of others from Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Arizona, Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Georgia, Washington state as well as the DC Capitol police have all traveled to Israel for training. Thousands of others have received training from Israeli officials here in the U.S.

Many of these trips are taxpayer funded while others are privately funded. Since 2002, the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee’s Project Interchange and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs have paid for police chiefs, assistant chiefs and captains to train in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT).

Public or private funds spent to train our domestic police in Israel should concern all of us. Many of the abuses documented, parallels violations by Israeli military, security and police officials.

The Department of Justice report cited Baltimore police for using aggressive tactics that “escalate encounters and stifle public cooperation.” This leads, the report said, to use of unreasonable force during interactions for minor infractions, such as quality of life matters. Furthermore, the report details how an overall lack of training leads to excessive force being used against those with mental health issues, juveniles and people who present “little or no threat against others,” such as those already restrained.

 
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"American" justice would require the police officer to be tried in a court of law and if convicted of Murder do the necessary time. I am not sure if Minneapolis has the death penalty, but if so then that should be pursued. Yet we all know that is not going to happen, the police officer will lose his job and some others Ive heard lost their job as well. Oh well, they will be hired by others because the police are a fraternity that sticks together. The thing is many people have discussed this happening before and been called "conspiracy theorists". Now that footage like this is being posted, a rational person would rethink their position on just how prevalent this might have been before smartphones.
 

Papaya

Crow
Gold Member
What a disgraceful comment.
Firstly, because, if anything, the fact that there is such clear damning video footage in this case is the reason it can't be defended. But that is rare.

How often must this happen where the police do this and there is no evidence and it essentially becomes "he says, she says" with the police getting off on a technicality or "internal investigation" that is swept under the carpet? The police in that video are brazen enough to think they can get away with it and do not seem worried for any potential consequences of their actions (ie death of the man nor the public backlash). It only hits the media when there is a death, but how often must this type of action by the police leave an individual with significant morbidity (e.g. paralysis) for the rest of their lives that we wouldn't even hear about?

Secondly, because it is this exact attitude from the silent majority general populace (who would not be targeted in this fashion) that enables the police to think that they can brazenly get away with it. They are the first to scream like a stuck pig if this type of action was directed at one of their clan but the first to dismiss it when it doesn't.


There are on average right around 900-1100 death by cop in the US every year...year after year after year.

Some are justified.

Some are not

All are tragic in their own way...regardless of the races involved This one is too

Many are videotaped

Why is it only the "white cop kills black guy" gets the national attention?

When was the last time you heard about a black cop killing a white person?* (Or anyone else for that matter)

Are black / brown cops not capable ?

Where were the riots when the black cop killed an unarmed white woman just seeking help? Ironically right there in Minneapolis 3 years ago


Race is not even mentioned. Why?

Is it racist to even bring it up?
 
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perros

Woodpecker
There are on average right around 900-1100 death by cop in the US every year...year after year after year.

Some are justified.

Some are not

All are tragic in their own way...regardless of the races involved This one is too

Many are videotaped

Why is it only the "white cop kills black guy" gets the national attention?

When was the last time you heard about a black cop killing a white person?* (Or anyone else for that matter)

Are black / brown cops not capable ?

Where were the riots when the black cop killed an unarmed white woman just seeking help? Ironically right there in Minneapolis 3 years ago


Race is not even mentioned. Why?

Is it racist to even bring it up?

I mean, that Somali cop did go to jail right? Problem is that white cops usually always get acquitted.

Black cops killing white people=Black cops go to jail
White cops killing black people=White cops don't go to jail
 

Papaya

Crow
Gold Member
I mean, that Somali cop did go to jail right? Problem is that white cops usually always get acquitted.

Black cops killing white people=Black cops go to jail
White cops killing black people=White cops don't go to jail
Not true...though thats what the MSM is selling


Now if you want to argue that too many cops get away with altogether too many senseless unjustified killings in general...Id agree with you.

Edit: But poor hiring practices and crappy training dont make for high profile outrage bait.

Not sufficiently visceral
 
Why is it only the "white cop kills black guy" gets the national attention?
White cop kills black guy gets mentioned because it’s the only thing westerners hear. Whites did some pretty nasty things, and people keep bringing it up.

As long as people keep hearing it, it’s the only thing will pay attention to. That’s probably why Japan doesn’t teach students how savage they were before WW2. The ones that remember are China and Korea. They have shows dedicated to it, just like we have shows dedicated to slavery and what not.
 
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Rob Banks

Pelican
There are on average right around 900-1100 death by cop in the US every year...year after year after year.

Some are justified.

Some are not

All are tragic in their own way...regardless of the races involved This one is too

Many are videotaped

Why is it only the "white cop kills black guy" gets the national attention?

When was the last time you heard about a black cop killing a white person?* (Or anyone else for that matter)

Are black / brown cops not capable ?

Where were the riots when the black cop killed an unarmed white woman just seeking help? Ironically right there in Minneapolis 3 years ago


Race is not even mentioned. Why?

Is it racist to even bring it up?
This.

Although I don't have the exact statistics, as far as I know, white people stopped by police are more likely to killed than blacks. This is because police can shoot a white suspect and not have to worry about public outrage or (more importantly) losing their jobs or ending up in jail.
 

Uzisuicide

Woodpecker
Gold Member
The officer who strangled this man to death should be charged with first degree murder. If Minnesota has the death penalty then that should be on the table.
 

Athanasius

Kingfisher
I don't know what happened and I'm sure we'll learn more in coming months. Some things to keep in mind, because the misleading race narrative of black victimization never strays:

- a police officer is 18 times more likely to be killed by a black than a cop killing an unarmed black man (Heather MacDonald)
- crime in America is, way disproportionately to their numbers, a black thing
- hate crimes in America are, way disproportionately to their numbers, committed by blacks
- all this would've been avoided, like most of these incidents, if blacks would just stop resisting arrest and control their T. The time to fight city hall is not during a police stop. Who knows if the officer is on roids or what he's been through before that. The ones I've known are decent guys but you just don't know. Be quiet and bite your tongue. If you want to fight a ticket, do it later instead of on the spot, where Man with Gun can get antsy. They deal with scoundrels and lying all day. Blacks causing problems during arrests is a common thing. Recognizing the reality of the situation is important, especially if you're black. That's the way it's going to be until blacks stop committing so many crimes-- and it doesn't matter what color the cop is.
 
Shut the fuck up and watch the video, that sick fuck was enjoying what he was doing, it was obvious. Total psycho out for blood. Fortunately it was recorded for as long as it was. Unfortunately they were all illiterate retards, guess you gotta pick your killing spots carefully. Disturbing and cowardly.
 
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R.G.Camara

Woodpecker
This is a corporate media created riot. If the corporate media really cared about our nation as a whole, they would refrain from taking muddled incidents like his and blowing them up immediately to stoke racial and social unrest. We already have 20% unemployment and people trapped inside for months and summer finally hitting, and this story being blasted as it was. It was recipe for a riot, and they knew it.

And of course it will be used to make it all seem like its Trump's fault.

I'm not saying it wasn't the police being bad; I don't trust the cops, they are on the side of who sign their pay checks, which ain't us. I also ain't saying it was this black guy's fault; could be, could not be. It also could be the guy died because he had an underlying condition and his death might have nothing to do with this.

I'm saying the corporate media should have been far more sober and waited before making it headlines. Now, blacks have been stoked into riots and anger and we still don't know what happened. Remember Jussie Smollett? Thank goodness that hoaxster tried his trick in the middle of winter rather than the summer, otherwise there would have been violence and riots in Chicago. And remember Trayvon Martin & George Zimmerman? We all know how that insanity came about, and how much of what we first heard were lies, but they created violence by blacks, who thought it was all true at first.

Do not trust the corporate media. They only seek carnage and blood, as shown by their actions here. I can guarantee CNN and MSNBC and the NY Times is celebrating this. They might toast to "Orange Man Bad!" tonight.

I will wait at least a week or two (if not more) before I pass judgment and all the information comes out. Right now, people are reacting to hearsay, rumor, and unconfirmed stories, all of which are unreliable.
 
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