Rodney King....DEAD!!!

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#289 Jun 20, 2012
Lastly,

Can we all get along? Last I checked, Rodney, it was us who were rioting and beating/killing innocent people, target people simply because they were White such as Reginald Denney. Setting LA up in flames. There is no "we".

And just as there is no "we" when Obama wagged his finger at White people and told "Americans" to soul search because Trayvon would look like his son/politicizing the case for no other reason than votes. And after a bounty had been placed on an American citizen's head by those who the Apologist and Panderer in Chief's boy, Holder, had not one word for, threats of rioting had been made and innocent White people were being beaten in Trayvon's name.

SMH

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#290 Jun 20, 2012
*wasn't us

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#291 Jun 20, 2012
LION wrote:
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You are welcome.
IT is tragic when a black get that amount of money and blow it. You are so right. He could have started up his own black bank or black credit union.
Yep, Rodney King seemed to have a good dispostion and very personable. There was so many things positive that he could have done.

“Trump-- American Tragedy”

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Columbus Ohio

#292 Jun 20, 2012
-aisling- wrote:
Lastly,
Can we all get along? Last I checked, Rodney, it was us who were rioting and beating/killing innocent people, target people simply because they were White such as Reginald Denney. Setting LA up in flames. There is no "we".
And just as there is no "we" when Obama wagged his finger at White people and told "Americans" to soul search because Trayvon would look like his son/politicizing the case for no other reason than votes. And after a bounty had been placed on an American citizen's head by those who the Apologist and Panderer in Chief's boy, Holder, had not one word for, threats of rioting had been made and innocent White people were being beaten in Trayvon's name.
SMH
why not post about white rapists,killers,mass murderers,thieves, gang members,drug pushers and users,child molesters for a change I'm sure you will find enough of them to keep you busy a few years.
And post about all the innocent victims that happen to be of another race,color or creed

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#293 Jun 20, 2012
LION wrote:
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I have been encouraging blacks to get accounts with black owned banks or black owned credit unions so we can start buidling up a strong black economy.
Not to sound racist.
I think it's a great idea, that blacks own and operate more businesses period especially credit unions where other black people can obtain loans without the concern of racism being a factor.

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#294 Jun 20, 2012
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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Give Rodney a medal!
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For changing a police force nationally known for its racist policies, Rodney King should be given a hero's medal.. At the very least he should be credited for bringing many positive changes to the L.A.P.D. Don't take my word for it. Read the words of L.A.'s Police Chief.
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http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/06...
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Now, if the Police Chief of L.A.P.D. can praise Rodney, what conclusions are to be drawn about those who ridicule him.
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A hero's medal? Hero's don't get behind the wheel of a car, intoxicated at 2 and half times the legal limit, speed down the highway and then leading the Police on a high speed pursuit, traveling up to 80MPH through residential streets. And all because he didn't want to violate his parol re a previous robbery conviction.

Hero? Wrong. That's a dirt ball. Now, take a guess why the recidivism rates are as high as they are.

That dirt ball could easily have killed a person in that he turned his car into a deadly weapon.

Again, it would appear that his two passengers, who COMPLIED with the nice Officer's commands didn't suffer even so much as a scratch. King wanted to act like a bufoon and resist?

Oh well.

It just goes to show who you hold in esteem and wish to award medals to. And you wonder why people think what they do of you? I can't imagine why. Some of us don't hold dirt balls in esteem and wish to give them medals. Awarding their bad behavior and raising them to martyr status.
bi curious now

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#295 Jun 20, 2012
iamcuriousnow wrote:
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why not post about white rapists,killers,mass murderers,thieves, gang members,drug pushers and users,child molesters for a change I'm sure you will find enough of them to keep you busy a few years.
And post about all the innocent victims that happen to be of another race,color or creed
No, child, those posts would belong in the Anglo forum, why don't you post them there?

This forum is for discussing our domesticated slave stock descendants - like you.

Now run away and spam the White pride thread, it needs a few more posts or it'll go out of the spotlight - go child go - run along now....I think I hear Sensei "Oh Really" blowing his whistle - off you go now...and don't shit on his lawn again...

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#296 Jun 20, 2012
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Give Rodney a medal!
...
For changing a police force nationally known for its racist policies, Rodney King should be given a hero's medal.. At the very least he should be credited for bringing many positive changes to the L.A.P.D. Don't take my word for it. Read the words of L.A.'s Police Chief.
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http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/06...
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Now, if the Police Chief of L.A.P.D. can praise Rodney, what conclusions are to be drawn about those who ridicule him.
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Why don't you tell the families and loved ones of those lost to the actions of drunk drivers what a hero King was and who by the grace of God didn't kill an innocent person.

Why don't you tell all the first responders and Police Officers who have to attend to drunk driving fatalities what a hero that dirt ball was when he turned his car into a lethal weapon and fleeing from the Police, at high rates of speed/all drunked up, because he had a prior robbery conviction.

Enjoy...
LION

Charlotte, NC

#298 Jun 20, 2012
Capree wrote:
<quoted text>I think it's a great idea, that blacks own and operate more businesses period especially credit unions where other black people can obtain loans without the concern of racism being a factor.
We dont agree on everything but we both agree that most of black problems seems to be a lack of ambition.
LION

Charlotte, NC

#299 Jun 20, 2012
-aisling- wrote:
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Why don't you tell the families and loved ones of those lost to the actions of drunk drivers what a hero King was and who by the grace of God didn't kill an innocent person.
Why don't you tell all the first responders and Police Officers who have to attend to drunk driving fatalities what a hero that dirt ball was when he turned his car into a lethal weapon and fleeing from the Police, at high rates of speed/all drunked up, because he had a prior robbery conviction.
Enjoy...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =J_rjnx_OebYXX
You are partly right but you seem to keep forgetting that 8 police officers (well really 4) beat an unarmed man. That was a cowardly act.
LION

Charlotte, NC

#300 Jun 20, 2012
Rodney King should have challenged each officer that struck him to a duel in a ring, no holds bar. Well a racist would not show up anyway to fight a one on one fight.
Right?

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#301 Jun 20, 2012
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
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Give Rodney a medal!
...
For changing a police force nationally known for its racist policies, Rodney King should be given a hero's medal.. At the very least he should be credited for bringing many positive changes to the L.A.P.D. Don't take my word for it. Read the words of L.A.'s Police Chief.
...
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/06...
...
Now, if the Police Chief of L.A.P.D. can praise Rodney, what conclusions are to be drawn about those who ridicule him.
...
It wasn't really anything that Rodney did himself to bring about the change. He was just the very unfortunate victim of a bunch of brutal, racist cops who were uncover while beating King.
LION

Charlotte, NC

#302 Jun 20, 2012
Capree wrote:
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It wasn't really anything that Rodney did himself to bring about the change. He was just the very unfortunate victim of a bunch of brutal, racist cops who were uncover while beating King.
Yeah. He was Rodney King, not Martin Luther King.
Barros Serrano

United States

#303 Jun 20, 2012
-aisling- wrote:
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Why don't you tell the families and loved ones of those lost to the actions of drunk drivers what a hero King was and who by the grace of God didn't kill an innocent person.
Why don't you tell all the first responders and Police Officers who have to attend to drunk driving fatalities what a hero that dirt ball was when he turned his car into a lethal weapon and fleeing from the Police, at high rates of speed/all drunked up, because he had a prior robbery conviction.
Enjoy...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =J_rjnx_OebYXX
Why don't you go back and read the bill of rights? However reprehensible R. King might have been as a person, does NOT deprive him of the right to due process.

You pretend the cops had to beat him. But you ignore that there were a total of SEVENTEEN cops present, from a total of I think FOUR Police Depts (Transit, UC, State, and I think Co. Sheriff), and they could easily have controlled him, but instead stood there laughing and watching the show.

You're a sick fascist and a traitor who should be under surveillance.

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#304 Jun 20, 2012
-aisling- wrote:
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A voice of reason.
And it due to his lifestyle, that is what led him to cross paths with those Officers. It being a case of cause and effect. People who stay clean, and I wont' say that there aren't cases of rogue Cops which even Officers won't deny to be the case/they looking down on them in that it makes their job even harder, would not have crossed paths with those Officers. To deny that King had any accountability due to his choosing to use, a person isn't being intellectually honest with themselves. Those who use on the level that King did, make poor choices and again, thank God that he didn't kill or critically injure an innocent person when he placed himself behind the wheel of his car. Easily, instead of the news reporting on King and those Officers, there would have been the reporting of another innocent person killed or hurt by someone hopped up on drugs and alcohol. And those stories are far more common than what happened to King.
Rodney King choose to live a destructive, drug/alcohol, self-absorbed lifestyle before the beatings and choose the same lifestyle after receiving tons of supportive notoriety and millions of dollars.

Anti-Chaos
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#305 Jun 20, 2012
Nia_ wrote:
You guys are sick.
Rip, dear brotha. May zgod rest his soul
This is the proper response and C/S rest in peace good brother and may you find the promise land at last (=

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#306 Jun 20, 2012
Capree wrote:
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Rodney King choose to live a destructive, drug/alcohol, self-absorbed lifestyle before the beatings and choose the same lifestyle after receiving tons of supportive notoriety and millions of dollars.
You should not speak ill of the dead but mourn his passing ..your a triffling hoe "get a clue" ...
Go read a book.

Springfield, NJ

#307 Jun 20, 2012
john horse wrote:
<quoted text>You're an idiot. You have yet to tell me why both parents must have the blue/green eyes and red/blonde hair genes or the gene will not show in their offspring period.

Whites are recessive.

The fact that you do not know that simple fact proves you are a fool. No one not even white trolls will back you on this.
You are wrong.
I'm white. My father has dark brown hair and eyes, his mother's hair and eye coloring. His father had blond hair and blue eyes. My mother has blue eyes and reddish brown hair. One of my brothers looks exactly like my grandfather- right along with the blond hair and blue eyes. My other brother has really dark brown hair and bright blue eyes. I have coppery-reddish brown hair and green eyes.

I have a friend (red hair, blue/green eyes) with a mixed child- the child has blonde hair and blue eyes. Her father, an AA man, didn't understand genetics either and had a paternity test for the child. The child is most definitely his.

Genetics is very, very complicated. You really have no idea what you're talking about. My parents' hair and eye coloring and my siblings' and my hair coloring, and my friend's child, is walking, talking proof that busts your silly "idea" and pointedly shows that genetics is so complicated that it can reach back to grandparents and even further.

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#308 Jun 20, 2012
Stag_R_Lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Give Rodney a medal!
...
For changing a police force nationally known for its racist policies, Rodney King should be given a hero's medal.. At the very least he should be credited for bringing many positive changes to the L.A.P.D. Don't take my word for it. Read the words of L.A.'s Police Chief.
...
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/06...
...
Now, if the Police Chief of L.A.P.D. can praise Rodney, what conclusions are to be drawn about those who ridicule him.
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BTW... you may wish to keep your post in mind the next time you or your brethren wish to go off and say how there is some racist wall of Blue that protects rogue Officers. If anything, your post should illustrate that there isn't some racyciss Whitey conspiracy to target Blacks as some means of "genocide" w/in the correctional institutions that house your brethren.

Rogue Cops are frowned upon even though you and your brethren use a wide brush to paint those in Law Enforcement as rayciss Whitey out to get Blacks who they've profiled.

So as far as King goes, he chose to drive drunk, flee the Police and resist getting out of his car. Again, it would appear that his two friends complied. However, King wanted to be a bufoon after what he did? Had he complied, not one hair on his head would have been harmed but he wanted to play the idiot card. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that the attending Officers aren't going to be none too pleased with aan person who leads them on a high speed pursuit, refuses to follow their commands and to include waving at the helicopter that was summoned/and grabbing his buttocks. And striking an Officer in the chest, resisting arrest.

Only a snippet of the video was made public where when views the video in it's entirety, one's comes to an entirely different conclusion re the events of that night.

So again, next time you wish to play the race card, kindly refer back to your post here in that there is no Blue Wall of Conspiracy to shield rogue Cops. However, on the other hand, you've made it crystal clear that you wish to give medals to who you have. Nice to see who your heroes are. A person with a prior, all liquored up at 2 and a half times the legal limit, speeding down the highway, leading the Police on a high speed pursuit, resisting arrest, striking an Officer and grabbing his buttocks like the buffoon that he was. Who in the he** grabs their buttocks like that? Yep, I bet the attending Officers had a good laugh over that because King was such a funny guy.
Barros Serrano

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#309 Jun 20, 2012
Capree wrote:
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Rodney King choose to live a destructive, drug/alcohol, self-absorbed lifestyle before the beatings and choose the same lifestyle after receiving tons of supportive notoriety and millions of dollars.
What is dangerous is when fascists like Assling use R King's lifestyle as an excuse to ignore the Constitution. Oh, he's a drug addict, so the Bill of Rights doesn't apply? I condemn R King for his behavior, but that is irrelevant to the fact that the officers had the Constitutional obligation to respect his RIGHTS. I don't care if he was Ted Bundy or Jeffrey Dahmer, we still have to follow due process.

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