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Tonight we purge! Kill all the white people.

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posted on Sep, 5 2015 @ 11:18 PM
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a reply to: Reallyfolks

Not just racism but also how concentrated they are in ghetto's and how disenfranchised they are politically and economically. They are the easiest population to exploit.




posted on Sep, 5 2015 @ 11:19 PM
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originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: Reallyfolks

Not just racism but also how concentrated they are in ghetto's and how disenfranchised they are politically and economically. They are the easiest population to exploit.


Would everything not be matched exactly in poor Hispanic communities?



posted on Sep, 5 2015 @ 11:24 PM
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originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: DeathSlayer

Yes, blacks in mass calling for the death of white people, and this is a civil war.. White against black phenomenon.



So Charles Manson was right there will be a race war in the future ..

well at the rate that its going it just very well might be

of all the Riots in the past 2 years .. here in the states

yeah bring it on .

I wonder were the Weapons Ammo and Supplies
would come from, It would be interesting. to see..

as I posted this before


lookie here of all the Race Riots in the History of America

List of incidents of civil unrest in the United States
en.wikipedia.org...
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posted on Sep, 5 2015 @ 11:30 PM
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a reply to: Reallyfolks

No and obviously isn't. Hispanic people haven't faced the same type or level of racism that black people have, so they aren't as politically or economically disenfranchised. White Americans have been xenophobic about different people in different ways... with hispanic people it's been a perceived threat of taking jobs and things along those lines, with black people it's been to a not insignificant degree, that they're less than human. It's important to realize that we are only 4 generations removed from slavery, 1 from equal rights... a lot of programming is still with us today.
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posted on Sep, 5 2015 @ 11:49 PM
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a reply to: Wolfenz

I knew there had been many riots over the years, but not that many, nothing has changed, people are very unhappy with the status quo. These riots are like a pressure relief valve, on pressurized populations. They keep blowing steam off then they are ok for a while, one of these days even that will fail to relieve the pressure, and it's going to be very ugly.
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posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 12:05 AM
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a reply to: Wolfenz

Thank you for the link, got lost in time there for a bit reading about all of the riots in US history!!! I was floored at seeing this all posted in one place... The fightin Mericans!!!



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 01:15 AM
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a reply to: FormOfTheLord

Nah, not buying it. No such thing as 'white privilege'. It's just racism. 'White privilege' is just a buzzword coined to make racism against white people okay. Tarring us with the same brush is racist. Being able to categorise us all as racists in this way is now a 'black privilege'. Back and forth, back and forth. It's just another divide and one that is apparently easy to swallow. I wonder if we'll ever learn.



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 01:32 AM
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Anyone can be racist. Whites can be racist. Blacks can be racist. Asians can be racist.

The 1st Amendment is important and extremely valuable in America, but when you tweet something like what this guy tweeted, you're in trouble. You've gone too far.

Imagine if some white guy had tweeted "TONIGHT WE PURGE! KILL ALL THE BLACK PPL IN THE CITY OF FERGUSON."

Imagine the response that would get. Not too smart.



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 01:33 AM
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a reply to: ManBehindTheMask




Its nice to see you think hate speech is no big deal, funny, when its the other way around you guys are up in arms


oh don't worry, the Progressive media sites are all running their own stories to counter this....they are frothing at the mouth over one death threat and making it sound like religious people are rising up all over the place to attack their beloved Planned Parenthood whom they deem to be such a saintly organization so dedicated to helping women. This whole thing is so sick...



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 01:44 AM
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a reply to: ThirdEyeofHorus

Holy moly i am not sure where to start, the videos where a joke, there where checked by media experts, and they found them to be cut and pasted. PP is still doing nothing illegal, One PP clinic was burned down, and yea me and my ilk are not foaming at the mouth, and where not making anything up to push our agenda.

Oh and i am sorry you feel sick, i have the remedy for you, stop watching fox news for a few days, your head will clear up really fast.



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 06:09 AM
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originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
Sure we are and we are going to get better not worse. . . . LOL its called progress, and progress will smash racism like a bug given a bit of time.


Sure, when surrounded by like-minded individuals with similar goals and motivations. What happens, however, when dwindling resources, racial/ethnic tensions and the breakdown of society happens? "Progress" is based on faith in humanity and hope for its future. When it comes to survival, "faith" and "hope" are luxuries you can ill-afford.



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 06:38 AM
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originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: Reallyfolks

No and obviously isn't. Hispanic people haven't faced the same type or level of racism that black people have, so they aren't as politically or economically disenfranchised. White Americans have been xenophobic about different people in different ways... with hispanic people it's been a perceived threat of taking jobs and things along those lines, with black people it's been to a not insignificant degree, that they're less than human. It's important to realize that we are only 4 generations removed from slavery, 1 from equal rights... a lot of programming is still with us today.


So to sum it up problems in poor black communties are based on racism, poor Hispanic communties don't have the same problems from the perspective of racist whites holding them down. It's a problem of programming.?

Also the difference is that Hispanics are viewed as a threat due to taking jobs, but black people are viewed as less than human?

We have no proof that when cops (some of whom are black) kill black people, it's because they are black. We are still sticking with that point of view regardless.

I guess I am wondering who is viewing the black population as less than human and instituting this policy of holding them back? Also if Hispanic people are viewed as a threat for taking jobs but black people are viewed as less than human, in the grand scheme of things something with a financial impact would seem way more of a priority than something you view as not even being equal. So how does this whole racist system work exactly? Who is responsible? Who is making the calls on suppression? Who is benefitting, etc?



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 08:32 AM
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a reply to: Reallyfolks

I think you're deliberately missing and twisting the points I was trying to make.

Black people haven't been allowed (first by policy, later by bias)to integrate throughout society as easily as other minorities have and in my opinion that is because of the immense propaganda that began in the time of slavery and particularly during the civil war. Considering we are only 4 generations removed from those days, a lot of that is still with is today (my grandparents hugely influenced me as did their grandparents for them). The bulk of the propaganda from that time was portraying Africans as subhuman.



We have no proof that when cops (some of whom are black) kill black people, it's because they are black. We are still sticking with that point of view regardless.


There's a lot of articles out there about black cops supporting systemic racism and how it happens. Here's one from Vox.

I'm curious as to how much you've bothered to learn about racism in general and then specifically institutional and systemic racism or do you just not believe that they actually exist?



So how does this whole racist system work exactly? Who is responsible? Who is making the calls on suppression? Who is benefitting, etc?


Local treasuries benefit. Private prisons benefit. Corporations that employ prison labor benefit. Politicians benefit. Local businesses benefit by enjoying lower taxes since revenues from fines and court fees can make up for it.

I think I've given you enough, if you need more it's time to research on your own. If you have already (which I suspect you have) then disagree/debate with me. Don't keep moving the goal posts.



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 08:36 AM
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originally posted by: Sublimecraft
Hows this. I blindfold everyone who has contributed to this thread and sit them all in a room that was totally dark.

I then asked each one to count to 10.

Would you feel confident that, as each person spoke, you could identify their race, religion, sexual orientation and political leaning?

I think its time we addressed the elephant in the room, don't you?





Won, tooz, free, fo, fi....umm...ten muddafugga. Foshizzle



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 09:22 AM
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originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: Reallyfolks

I think you're deliberately missing and twisting the points I was trying to make.

Black people haven't been allowed (first by policy, later by bias)to integrate throughout society as easily as other minorities have and in my opinion that is because of the immense propaganda that began in the time of slavery and particularly during the civil war. Considering we are only 4 generations removed from those days, a lot of that is still with is today (my grandparents hugely influenced me as did their grandparents for them). The bulk of the propaganda from that time was portraying Africans as subhuman.



We have no proof that when cops (some of whom are black) kill black people, it's because they are black. We are still sticking with that point of view regardless.


There's a lot of articles out there about black cops supporting systemic racism and how it happens. Here's one from Vox.

I'm curious as to how much you've bothered to learn about racism in general and then specifically institutional and systemic racism or do you just not believe that they actually exist?



So how does this whole racist system work exactly? Who is responsible? Who is making the calls on suppression? Who is benefitting, etc?


Local treasuries benefit. Private prisons benefit. Corporations that employ prison labor benefit. Politicians benefit. Local businesses benefit by enjoying lower taxes since revenues from fines and court fees can make up for it.

I think I've given you enough, if you need more it's time to research on your own. If you have already (which I suspect you have) then disagree/debate with me. Don't keep moving the goal posts.


Wasn't moving goal post I was trying to take what you said and put in simpler terms for people like me. Sorry the whole systematic racism is just not making much sense. If say all black people were all doomed to the status of poor communities and all white people were in the 1% then ok. But you have many black people that have started in these same communities that go onto see success in a variey of areas. Now if the point is that it can be done but it's harder I can buy that. Is it any different or harder than say a single mother who worked two jobs while going to school and took her role to be a good mother to heart?

If there weren't so many people starting out in the same environment and a portion go onto great levels of success then ok point noted. It's just not the case. A great many do, facing these same odds going on to become Dr, scientists, small business owners, executives, etc. Now you could say not enough. What is enough?

Is the answer to say ok black people are x percent of the population and white people are x percent of Tue population and until those percentages are reflected in every aspect of society there is systematic racism? Ie if the percentage of the black population is 12% and there is not 12% percent of Dr, scientist, politicians who are black we have an issue? Basically what to you is the indicator that says we no longer have institutional racism?

Also if we stick with something along the lines of until the population matches the percentages in every career field we have a problem. What about career fields where certain races tend to have a natural advantage? White people will always have a natural advantage in something like country music. That's a fact. And as Chris rock has point out football, baseball basketball, black athletes dominate all that sh@t, as soon as they figure out how to properly heat the ice rink without melting the ice, they'll be dominating that sh@t too. Point being if we have industries where population percentages won't ever match employement percentages are we too say that institional racism will never end and simply outlaw these industries so we can fix the issue?

So if we are too accept institutional racism exists. What are the indicators when it is fixed, what can we do to level the playing field between black people who all start in a bad environment and some go on to success and some don't. If it is institutional racism that makes it harder to achieve success what explains the equally hard times many white people had to overcome to achieve success? Sorry I see you saying these things but it doesn't match up with the many instances where everything is the same and some end in great success and some don't. You can even throw out the extreme cases of people like oporah Winfrey, Chris Gardner, etc. And you still have large segments of people starting out in the same conditions. A portion go onto success and a portion don't all fighting to overcome the institutional racism. Don't buy it, doesn't make sense. Other things are going on that do not include institutional racism, white privilege, etc.
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posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 11:14 AM
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originally posted by: Blue_Jay33
a reply to: Wolfenz

I knew there had been many riots over the years, but not that many, nothing has changed, people are very unhappy with the status quo. These riots are like a pressure relief valve, on pressurized populations. They keep blowing steam off then they are ok for a while, one of these days even that will fail to relieve the pressure, and it's going to be very ugly.


Not that many have you look at the List I posted ?

Race Riot Race, Riot, Race Riot through the centuries and there is a lot


ok here is a list of just the race riots in the USA

List of ethnic riots (USA)
en.wikipedia.org...

Right it will get Ugly especially Now
with the Communication we have Now ( Smart Phones & internet )



posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 11:27 AM
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First let's clear up a few things. I do not "feel sick", I said all this stuff is sick, from selling aborted baby parts on the black market to making death threats.
Next I have made comparisons between people making death threats against PP personnel and the radical environmentalists who believe that humans are parasites(if you don't believe me, just google The Green Agenda and UN Agenda 21) and must be depopulated to an acceptable level (500 mil I believe is the arbitrary number these people have come up with as a sustainable number and let them pick themselves off first if they are truly sacrificial on behalf of humanity like they want us to believe) and yes Greenpeace has been known to do horrific things on purpose to make a point and make people believe it was all because of the rest of us.
I found an article on Daily Kos sporting pro choice people defending PP and the signs were all that nice pretty pink....I'm wondering if Code Pink is involved in this one....another radical group tied to Soros and Tides. Soros has been spending a lot of money on this stuff....
I think a lot of other people need to clear their heads....of all the Progressive insanity posing as social and economic justice.
And yes the Daily Kos and Huffpo outlets are really frothing at the mouth over the PP stuff because they just cannot believe that people are really standing up to them finally....but it's interesting because when some goof decides to make death threats against all white people, Huffpo decides to come out with a story about how radical far right conservative Christians are making death threats against their beloved PP...
clear your own head ok


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posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 11:41 AM
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Black people haven't been allowed (first by policy, later by bias)to integrate throughout society as easily as other minorities have and in my opinion that is because of the immense propaganda

Are your feaking kidding???? Forced busing and school integration ripping kids out of their schools and communities and busing them across town for desegregation by court order.... there's your policy.... and wow just wow I never saw any black people integrating into the news media, sports, medical professions(Dr Ben Carson ya know) and entertainment(Halle Berry didn't make it big either and marry a white guy....)

gee whiz enough of the poor me victim stuff. There are just as many poor white folks too and there's no affirmative action for them....
Affirmative action another POLICY that totally keeps blacks from integrating
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Some people don't want integration they want separation and develop their own cultures and in fact some minorities refuse to even learn the English language.
I was in shock when I moved to Orlando and half the people there were just speaking other languages as a rule. Some of the rudest people I ever met there too, talk about a rude awakening for me. People who push in front of you or give you dirty looks and refuse to even move their shopping carts to allow you to pass....
so please don't even go there with the crocodile tears of people not integrating, it's of their own accord they are so rude and mean and separatist.
Oh yah my husband from N Africa complained to me once that some of the people in Orlando wouldn't even give him a job application...how's that for integration between Hispanic and N African muslim.
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posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 12:17 PM
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a reply to: SamHill

10 minutes and I could ,using BASIC interrogation techniques.
Most Progs don't know when to shut up any way.
I'm an introvert.If you met me in person you'd see I don't talk that much.
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posted on Sep, 6 2015 @ 12:24 PM
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a reply to: SlowNail

We are going in reverse now and it should be the opposite direction...since 2009... it's a horrible thing to see...it's being instigated. I'm sorry to say but it's being instigated by the very ones who had an opportunity to heal and instead there' more schism.
But as a country we chose the wrong people for healing, instead we chose people who hated America and all She stood for, and I mean all these people from Valerie Jarrett to the Kingmaker behind the front men....and people who have an agenda to turn us into a full blown socialist country and knock us down a notch for social and economic justice.
Dinesh DSouza exposed this and he went to jail over it.


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