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originally posted by: supremecommander
originally posted by: iTruthSeeker
AGreed. Was just throwing up stats and numbers I found. But we all know stats mean nothing in this reality. So I wont post any more about that. Carry on!
the fact that 4-5 people gave you a star for that speaks volumes about the racist animals that pollute this forum and the outright falsehoods that they believe.
yes, you carry on as well. I would hate to walk around day after day with racist and destructive attitudes like yours.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
originally posted by: hounddoghowlie
a reply to: Wetpaint72
yep that what the chief said
Dallas Police Shooting Sniper Identified as Micah X. Johnson
a whole search page,
Micah X Johnson
Goods new for The News. Now they can set about turning him into a celebrity anti-hero to inspire more maniacs to try and become famous too by being copy-cats (just like with their school shootings reporting methods the past 20 years).
Here you go CNN just show this image all day now and make him famous:
“We have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world,” he said.
This tragic, uniquely American pattern has led to cycle in which each horrific event begets more violence.
These events don’t occur in a vacuum. While the “contagion” effect is well-documented in the case of suicides, it’s been studied less in the context of mass shootings. But as shootings become an ever more commonplace occurrence, more of us are wondering about the possibility of a ripple effect.
We’re starting to better understand the epidemiology behind this tragic trend. While the research is limited, a recent Arizona State University study found strong evidence that school shootings and other acts of mass violence are contagious.
Many, if not the majority, of mass shooters researched and were inspired by past shootings, particularly the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, Towers said.
originally posted by: j.r.c.b.
a reply to: iTruthSeeker
They said the same on this program I'm watching. I've said this before, the tables have turned, white people are NO LONGER THE RACISTS! The BLM , started while Obamas been in term. They've gotten more brazen since that half white/ half black man took office. Just my opinion, of which I'm entitled to. I've got officers in my family, so this hurts badly.
. My black friends are appalled at what's happening in this world today. And coming from their mouths, the BLM movement IS DANGEROUS! Some are blaming Obama for the BLM movement. I don't know if they know more then I do???? I never thought that, but it got me wondering.......
originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: matafuchs
Why do you have to make it racial? Because, deep down, you are racist. That is ok
I think it's very disingenuous that you and others say things like this. You are trying to paint other members, whom have a very good track record, as racist because they do not follow the same line of reasoning or disagree with you on a particular issue.
It's very frustrating trying to have a decent conversation around here when people are so quick to jump to illogical conclusions and believe you must not only be right, but also have to tear down their opponent in the process.
How? It's a decentralized, leaderless movement and this protest wasn't organized by anyone from BLM but a group called Dallas Coalition. Why? Do white people hold a press conference after every white mass shooter murders a bunch of people... to calm down the masses?
originally posted by: bknapple32
originally posted by: Konduit
Twitter Takes No Action As Calls For Cop-Killing Sweep Platform
The revolution BLM's founders have been preaching about has finally begun.
This is quite disturbing. Any more on who posted this?
originally posted by: FamCore
Black Power Political Organization – BPPO has supposedly claimed responsibility for the Dallas attacks and say there are more to come
originally posted by: Domo1
a reply to: Indigo5
The Former Soldier Told Police He Was Not Affiliated With Any Groups & He ‘Did This Alone’
Are you really going to give this guy the benefit of the doubt when talking to the police?