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|Sanders is a crypto jew . His real name is glassberg. Very anti white. Needless to say I vote within my race. However , glassberg has turned the dems into clowns. Again , gotta love it.|
Hillarius has pandered to and played blacks for years. Smart blacks get it. Dee did you know the mayor of Jackson , MS is a Black National?
LOL. Many National Socialists , obviously , would be fiscally very left. Socially? well you know.
Posted: 2/11/2016 4:26:10 PM
|NYPD, cop found guilty of murder in the Akai Gurley shooting..............|
| Police Officers across the county should hold protests…|
Posted: 2/19/2016 8:44:02 AM
Cincinnati cops reveal double standards faced by black men and white men:
You couldn't make up a clearer double standard between the realities black men and white men often face when confronted by American police.
Cincinnati police on Thursday were called to a home to investigate an assault. When they arrived in Mount Healthy to investigate they were met by 26-year-old Christopher Laugle, who pulled a gun out and pointed it at police, who have since openly admitted that they "felt threatened" and "did not know the gun was fake."
Police peacefully arrested Laugle after he resisted and in his mug shot, he doesn't appear to have a scratch. Simply charged with "menacing," his bond was set at the low, low price of $2,000.
Laugle is the white man in this story, and his fate was entirely different than that of Paul Gaston.
Gaston, a 37-year-old Cincinnati man, had just been in a serious car accident. Witnesses called 911 after witnessing Gaston "stumble" out of a pickup truck he had been driving before crashing into a telephone pole.
We have no idea if Gaston was injured or concussed from the accident, but when police found him 650 feet from the crash scene and ordered him to the ground, he followed their initial orders, but appeared to be confused.
Video taken by bystanders shows Gaston on his knees, surrounded by police with guns drawn, putting his hands in the air. After lying on the ground for a moment, he comes back to his knees and is immediately killed in a hail of gunfire from three different officers.
Police claim Gaston appeared to reach for a gun in his waistband — but, like the object Laugle pointed at police, it totally fake.
Nonetheless, in the eyes of the law a black man in a car accident who makes a motion toward a gun is apparently far more threatening than the white man being investigated for a felony who points one directly at the police.
Why is this?
What caused police in the same city, on the same day, to determine they must use lethal force with the black man but merely take the white man into custody?
Now, in the endless loops of press conferences being held in Cincinnati, the police chief and others are bringing out the fake gun possessed by Gaston and showing just how real it looked to justify the actions of the officers. The inference is that they had no choice but to gun him down.
Maybe that'd be a little more believable if they didn't teach us the exact opposite lesson with Laugle just a few hours earlier. He also had a gun that officers believed to be real and he pointed it directly at them.
But he was white, and in America that changes everything. Laugle was given a break, the benefit of the doubt and a degree of humanity that Gaston never got.
This shocks no one, but seeing it unfold this way should be instructive to us all. The racial double standard in America is real.
And on Thursday, it saved one life and took another.
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