Drilling for the nerve

Rochester, NY

#21 Aug 16, 2014
"Blacks In Ferguson Looks Bad"

No worse than you looked yesterday when you were trying to rally the Buffalo Soldiers while you and other black idiots were calling for cops and white people to be killed.

Today you're backpedaling as fast as your spindly little legs can carry your lame @zz.

I'm surprised the FBI isn't knocking on your mom's door asking where her luzor son can be found, or maybe they just haven't gotten to you yet.
Ugh

Houston, TX

#22 Aug 16, 2014
Redefined wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree! But do you think the negative attitudes is due to the images or the fact PPL believe we all condone this behavior?? There are negative images or chaos erupting in other parts of world also however I wouldn't let these images stigmatized a whole group. This wouldn't be fair.
Take for instance, the Israelis/Hamas conflict. At one point, the whole world sided with Israel on their right to exist as a Nation (not that I agree with that, mind you). And the Palestine nationals was seen as the enemies.

Now, fast-forward today. Many in the world are waking up to Israel and siding with the Palestinian/Hamas. How did that happen when Israel's image been consistent from the beginning?? I tell you.

The Media does the same thing they doing in Ferguson that they did in the Trayvon Martin incident: Show Those People In Actions In Their Communities.

And the cameras are rolling on those People, the Palestinians comes off well-meaning, authentic in their disagreement with Israel. They have "substance" behind their dislike of the Israel and their actions does not come off thuggish in any sense. They fit the "Victims being bullied by the Oppressor" Image.

Image.

It's everything. It changes minds, perception etc. Blacks are no different from those Palestinians, and wanting respect and justice but when the cameras rolling on our actions, we're looting stores, burning down stuff. Running wild in the street, in cars, swinging t-shirts in the air, and looking more like we're partying and having a good time because the camera is on us.

Contrast with Palestinians, talking about the death of their families, the war casualties, their plight in the war, day-to-day, and how are they are to eat, where are they to live now. Their faces is anger but controlled and civilized as they use the Media coverage to impact the stakes in their situation.

When I look at something like that, I naturally sympathize with the Palestinians because they are indeed a poorer Nation while Israel is a more advance nation and can accommodate these Palestinians citizens uprooted from their living, their homes and such.

And I came to that thinking while being against BOTH the Israelis and Palestinans. Neither of them should be on the land of Israel. That should be a "No Man's Land" because it belongs to the Children of Israel displaced around the world....aka, the Children of the Diaspora in the Northern Hemisphere. Blacks.

So, back to the point of Blacks in Ferguson, they are displaying that sort of image. It's more like a party scene than demanding justice, respect and wanting to be included and respected with the rest of the civilized world. When I see my Blacks protesting in the manner they do, I do not feel drawn to their cause and I try to feel it, I want to support them but it is nothing in me that compel me to feel that way.

I see a fool on top of a car; smiling and waving and talking on the phone and trying to look fly. I thinking to myself, "look at this fool." My mind is totally off the reasons why they're protesting in the first place and I'm looking at these sisters and brothers with negative thoughts and wish they get dump somewhere outside of America.

That's how I feel. Sad, but true.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#23 Aug 16, 2014
Ugh wrote:
I just saw on CNN a clip of Michael Brown taking a handful of cigars with him. The Owner tried to stop him and Brown, a much bigger dude than the Owner, shove him off and intimidate him to stay back as he calmly walked out of the store with the stolen cigars.
Then CNN showed a clip of Blacks in Ferguson claiming the video was photoshopped.
See, that's what Black People do wrong. They feel stupid for all protesting after coming to light that Brown committed a criminal deed before getting shot. Then you have his grandmother making comments how he was going to college soon and was a good son. Please, cork that b.s., grandma!
This is what I call a Thug Mentality Culture of Black People. You don't condone your People when they are the wrong. You CONDEMN THEM. That's how you break this vicious cycle of Thug Mentality and Culture. Black Man, Woman and Child grow up in a culture like that and it starts with bad parents, and these pad parents defend their criminal deeds and try to say their children are good sons or daughters when they are NOT!
I love my people in Saint Louis. I have thousands of relatives there. I cannot even count all of them. So I am sure some are directly involved in this uprising. It has nothing to do with shoplifting. People are mad simply because the police went way beyond legitimate bounds. And they are mad about Gaza: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php...
Ugh

Houston, TX

#24 Aug 16, 2014
Drilling for the nerve wrote:
"Blacks In Ferguson Looks Bad"
No worse than you looked yesterday when you were trying to rally the Buffalo Soldiers while you and other black idiots were calling for cops and white people to be killed.
Today you're backpedaling as fast as your spindly little legs can carry your lame @zz.
I'm surprised the FBI isn't knocking on your mom's door asking where her luzor son can be found, or maybe they just haven't gotten to you yet.
Oh, I met one outside my place. They was following me. So, I pulled over at a gas station and got out the car. They was about to get too but I waved them off and told them to, "stay seated in your car."

They did.

Then I walked up to the Driver's window and asked why they was following me. They starting telling me about some report...some activities on Topix.com . I asked who reported me in. They said some alias by the name of Drilling For the Nerves.

I ask for specific location of said alias. They gave it to me. And I thanked them and told them I will be handling business with said alias.

They let me good because of who I am. I can't tell you that, though. So, you be good, boy.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#25 Aug 16, 2014
Drogba__ wrote:
I agree, if we see something wrong happening no matter from which side, we must condemn it! Wrong is wrong.
Look, this kid didn't deserve to die and the officer should be investigated and brought to justice. However, he wasn't a perfect angel. And these looters destroying their own community make those that want to protest peacefully look bad. Peaceful protesters should come out in full force and protect their community from the minority of looters. I heard on CNN some tried to stand between the looters and the stores.
Obviously there was more than one cop involved. That child was shot nearly ten times. That means they were ordered to do it, more or less.

Just before I left Saint Louis, I had to report a cop for beating a brother. I was an eye witness. Instead of firing that POS, they actually promoted him and probably paid him a bonus as well. I could have predicted this uprising because the police are being rewarded for these types of abuses, not punished as they would be in any normal society. One of my closest friends disappeared into thin air. I think they have murdered him and disposed of his body. That is why white people are rioting also. They knew my friend and we all loved him. This centered at a major university. I suspect the white kids have been locked up and silenced. But they helped to get this thing rolling. They were there when it first broke. It is probably because our mutual friend has disappeared.
Drilling for the nerve

Rochester, NY

#26 Aug 16, 2014
Thomm wrote:
Waiting for Ugh to correct her grammatical errors..........
Lol ... exactly.

Ugh's in a rush to knuckle pound his keyboard, not realizing only 1 or 2 people actually wade through the train wrecks he posts. 99 times out of 100, I just scroll right on by, but I do enjoy the spelling and grammar corrections which are almost always sure to follow.

In Ugh's defense, Spell Check can't make up for dropping out of high school in the 10th grade.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#27 Aug 16, 2014
12 Inch Afro wrote:
<quoted text>
Exactly, I agree. This is the first time since the Trayvon Martin incident did I see a lot of Whites siding with Blacks. That's a good thing to help our image but when we start the looting and tearing down our own community, these Whites don't see the logic in that and slowly begin to back away and come to the realization,'Black People are too uncivilized to rally behind."
Not these kids. I know them personally. One of our friends has disappeared and if he does not come back, we know the police did it. So, we all know that THE POLICE ARE WAY MORE "uncivilized" than the people of Gaza and =of Ferguson. Some of them are Jews. Now that is the real icing on the cake. They will not run away when the goings get tough. So do not throw tat boogie man at me. They are the ones who actually started this uprising. The enemy thought it was me and my friend. But the white kids are equally committed. This is not the 1950s. But even then, nearly half of the martyrs who died were white. Who the eff do you think you are talking to anyhow?

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#28 Aug 16, 2014
Redefined wrote:
<quoted text>
Agree! But do you think the negative attitudes is due to the images or the fact PPL believe we all condone this behavior?? There are negative images or chaos erupting in other parts of world also however I wouldn't let these images stigmatized a whole group. This wouldn't be fair.
Look at these white people who gave their lives so that you can accuse them of running from the fight: http://www.splcenter.org/civil-rights-memoria...

You know nothing about your own history. You are the real coward and traitor.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#29 Aug 16, 2014
Drogba__ wrote:
<quoted text>
I must say, we shouldn't divert our conduct as people based on how Whites view Black people. It really shouldn't matter. Right and wrong are clear-cut. The actions done by a minority of Blacks is overshadowing the real issue. As you said, thug mentality is something we as Blacks should stand against. Not because we want to appease Whites, but because we should want to do better for ourselves. The media is a major conduit on how Blacks are viewed. I tried to find images of the Blacks who tried to stop the looters, but not a single media outlet actually showed that. All they showed were the same 7 or 8 people running into stores. This is more of a media fight the anything else.
Again, this is not about some wayward kid being murdered. It is much n=bigger than that and we need to remember this. This is actually more about watching American weapons tat were manufactured in Ferguson being used to slaughter babies in Gaza: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php... . Ferguson is one of the biggest weapons manufacturers in the world. Actually, the manufacturer in next door in Hazelwood. But nobody know the difference. It is all the same to us. Ferguson and Hazelwood are next to each other and the manufacturing plant is between the two.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#30 Aug 16, 2014
Drilling for the nerve wrote:
"Blacks In Ferguson Looks Bad"
No worse than you looked yesterday when you were trying to rally the Buffalo Soldiers while you and other black idiots were calling for cops and white people to be killed.
Today you're backpedaling as fast as your spindly little legs can carry your lame @zz.
I'm surprised the FBI isn't knocking on your mom's door asking where her luzor son can be found, or maybe they just haven't gotten to you yet.
That is psychological warfare from a paid agent of the enemy. That is all it is.

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#31 Aug 16, 2014
Ugh wrote:
<quoted text>
Take for instance, the Israelis/Hamas conflict. At one point, the whole world sided with Israel on their right to exist as a Nation (not that I agree with that, mind you). And the Palestine nationals was seen as the enemies.
Now, fast-forward today. Many in the world are waking up to Israel and siding with the Palestinian/Hamas. How did that happen when Israel's image been consistent from the beginning?? I tell you.
The Media does the same thing they doing in Ferguson that they did in the Trayvon Martin incident: Show Those People In Actions In Their Communities.
And the cameras are rolling on those People, the Palestinians comes off well-meaning, authentic in their disagreement with Israel. They have "substance" behind their dislike of the Israel and their actions does not come off thuggish in any sense. They fit the "Victims being bullied by the Oppressor" Image.
Image.
It's everything. It changes minds, perception etc. Blacks are no different from those Palestinians, and wanting respect and justice but when the cameras rolling on our actions, we're looting stores, burning down stuff. Running wild in the street, in cars, swinging t-shirts in the air, and looking more like we're partying and having a good time because the camera is on us.
Contrast with Palestinians, talking about the death of their families, the war casualties, their plight in the war, day-to-day, and how are they are to eat, where are they to live now. Their faces is anger but controlled and civilized as they use the Media coverage to impact the stakes in their situation.
When I look at something like that, I naturally sympathize with the Palestinians because they are indeed a poorer Nation while Israel is a more advance nation and can accommodate these Palestinians citizens uprooted from their living, their homes and such.
And I came to that thinking while being against BOTH the Israelis and Palestinans. Neither of them should be on the land of Israel. That should be a "No Man's Land" because it belongs to the Children of Israel displaced around the world....aka, the Children of the Diaspora in the Northern Hemisphere. Blacks.
So, back to the point of Blacks in Ferguson, they are displaying that sort of image. It's more like a party scene than demanding justice, respect and wanting to be included and respected with the rest of the civilized world. When I see my Blacks protesting in the manner they do, I do not feel drawn to their cause and I try to feel it, I want to support them but it is nothing in me that compel me to feel that way.
I see a fool on top of a car; smiling and waving and talking on the phone and trying to look fly. I thinking to myself, "look at this fool." My mind is totally off the reasons why they're protesting in the first place and I'm looking at these sisters and brothers with negative thoughts and wish they get dump somewhere outside of America.
That's how I feel. Sad, but true.
Of curse it is a party scene. This here stuff is fun: kicking the white man's booty. LOL. I wish I was there at this time.(Thank GOD he protected me by sending me away so that I may fight another day) But remember, we in Saint Louis missed all the fun when Watts happened and all those other riots across the country. Now, we are playing catch up. This is revolution. This is not a mere riot. People have come to see how weak the white man is with Obozobama as president and things have got worse, not better. After voting for Obozo to the tune of 95+%. it is fun to burn down a QT store. What I think the main target is is family Dollar. I for one hate those bastards. I have had to file complaints against them countless times. And they get worse. If Family dollar is not smoldering on the ground, it will surprise me and I will be very disappointed in my beloved people in Saint Louis

“Freedom”

Level 8

Since: Jan 10

United States

#32 Aug 16, 2014
Ugh wrote:
<quoted text>
Take for instance, the Israelis/Hamas conflict. At one point, the whole world sided with Israel on their right to exist as a Nation (not that I agree with that, mind you). And the Palestine nationals was seen as the enemies.
Now, fast-forward today. Many in the world are waking up to Israel and siding with the Palestinian/Hamas. How did that happen when Israel's image been consistent from the beginning?? I tell you.
The Media does the same thing they doing in Ferguson that they did in the Trayvon Martin incident: Show Those People In Actions In Their Communities.
And the cameras are rolling on those People, the Palestinians comes off well-meaning, authentic in their disagreement with Israel. They have "substance" behind their dislike of the Israel and their actions does not come off thuggish in any sense. They fit the "Victims being bullied by the Oppressor" Image.
Image.
It's everything. It changes minds, perception etc. Blacks are no different from those Palestinians, and wanting respect and justice but when the cameras rolling on our actions, we're looting stores, burning down stuff. Running wild in the street, in cars, swinging t-shirts in the air, and looking more like we're partying and having a good time because the camera is on us.
Contrast with Palestinians, talking about the death of their families, the war casualties, their plight in the war, day-to-day, and how are they are to eat, where are they to live now. Their faces is anger but controlled and civilized as they use the Media coverage to impact the stakes in their situation.
When I look at something like that, I naturally sympathize with the Palestinians because they are indeed a poorer Nation while Israel is a more advance nation and can accommodate these Palestinians citizens uprooted from their living, their homes and such.
And I came to that thinking while being against BOTH the Israelis and Palestinans. Neither of them should be on the land of Israel. That should be a "No Man's Land" because it belongs to the Children of Israel displaced around the world....aka, the Children of the Diaspora in the Northern Hemisphere. Blacks.
So, back to the point of Blacks in Ferguson, they are displaying that sort of image. It's more like a party scene than demanding justice, respect and wanting to be included and respected with the rest of the civilized world. When I see my Blacks protesting in the manner they do, I do not feel drawn to their cause and I try to feel it, I want to support them but it is nothing in me that compel me to feel that way.
I see a fool on top of a car; smiling and waving and talking on the phone and trying to look fly. I thinking to myself, "look at this fool." My mind is totally off the reasons why they're protesting in the first place and I'm looking at these sisters and brothers with negative thoughts and wish they get dump somewhere outside of America.
That's how I feel. Sad, but true.
We all know how the media is but we still allow it to shape our perceptions none the less. You allow the negative images to dominate ur perception of the situation thus ur perception is always one-sided regardless of the incident. This makes you an irrational individual. Not only this but I'm sure those who's perception has been shaped by the media are also highly desensitized although they may NOT realize it now. If ur constantly reading stories on chaos eruption around the world, the suffering and tragedy related to these incidents will no longer be shocking. Yes image is everything and that's why humanity will eventually become numb to all things our media perpetuates especially during the age of technology. So if we don't want this to happen, maybe we shouldn't allow the media to shape our perceptions.

“Freedom”

Level 8

Since: Jan 10

United States

#33 Aug 16, 2014
Abdurratln wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at these white people who gave their lives so that you can accuse them of running from the fight: http://www.splcenter.org/civil-rights-memoria...
You know nothing about your own history. You are the real coward and traitor.
What does this have to do with how the world around us is projected in the media??

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#34 Aug 16, 2014
Redefined wrote:
<quoted text>
What does this have to do with how the world around us is projected in the media??
Only fools allow the media to form their minds. Learn to think independently based on Pan-Africanism. How come you have avoided mentioning Pan-Africanism? Clearly the uprising in Saint Louis is linked to Gaza.( https://www.facebook.com/photo.php... )O But you want to deny the obvious in order to isolate us. Why?
Ugh

Houston, TX

#35 Aug 16, 2014
Abdurratln wrote:
<quoted text>
Of curse it is a party scene. This here stuff is fun: kicking the white man's booty. LOL. I wish I was there at this time.(Thank GOD he protected me by sending me away so that I may fight another day) But remember, we in Saint Louis missed all the fun when Watts happened and all those other riots across the country. Now, we are playing catch up. This is revolution. This is not a mere riot. People have come to see how weak the white man is with Obozobama as president and things have got worse, not better. After voting for Obozo to the tune of 95+%. it is fun to burn down a QT store. What I think the main target is is family Dollar. I for one hate those bastards. I have had to file complaints against them countless times. And they get worse. If Family dollar is not smoldering on the ground, it will surprise me and I will be very disappointed in my beloved people in Saint Louis
Well, when I said there needed to be violence repercussion for shooting an innocent, unarmed Black dude (Brown), I advocated for the old law: Eye for an Eye. You condemn me, condemn the Panthers and tried to teach me how Violence and War is not the answer.

Now you're here boosting the negative image of Black Americans in Ferguson. You call it "kicking the White Man's booty." I don't follow your logic at all. You just a strange and deranged fella.

Let me teach you how civil Whitey is when their own White People kill their own White People. They hold a vigil. Orderly and civilized. They show anger too at whatever crime was committed. They hug, cry, stand in unity of their slain victims.

Other nationalities around the world do not hold vigils in situations like that but when they come to America and see how Whites deal with wrongful death situations, they are impressed with how civilized, well-mannered Whites are.

This is not siding with with White People and putting down Black People. No. This is contrasting how a People/Nation can gravitate to you because of their positive Image as a People and Nation and how they act as a civilized Nation. We can learn so much from White People.

And what's sad, many of them go out of their way, mingle with us in our struggle and try to show us how to do protest and act civil. Our forefathers in the days of MLK, understood that very well and did it very well. Our People today though, is a JOKE!

And you being some elder statesmen among Blacks does not help. You are your Father's child! A Hamitic! A Black African Hamitic! It is because your Hamitic genes are mixed without Shemitic genes that we act like we got no sense.

Go look at your country and continent, Africa. We would be acting the SAME WAY if the White Man wasn't ruling this country. We'd solve things by mass-killing the opposition ------- that's your people! Africans! Savage, animalistic People! Mutilating your women' breast. Damaging their p****y and doing experiments on your Women.

That's the demonic genes of the Hamitic People, and we have been inflicted with it early in our history. There is nothing you can say or justify your views to us. Just letting you know, old man.
KIP

San Francisco, CA

#36 Aug 16, 2014
Ugh wrote:
I just saw on CNN a clip of Michael Brown taking a handful of cigars with him. The Owner tried to stop him and Brown, a much bigger dude than the Owner, shove him off and intimidate him to stay back as he calmly walked out of the store with the stolen cigars.
Then CNN showed a clip of Blacks in Ferguson claiming the video was photoshopped.
See, that's what Black People do wrong. They feel stupid for all protesting after coming to light that Brown committed a criminal deed before getting shot. Then you have his grandmother making comments how he was going to college soon and was a good son. Please, cork that b.s., grandma!
This is what I call a Thug Mentality Culture of Black People. You don't condone your People when they are the wrong. You CONDEMN THEM. That's how you break this vicious cycle of Thug Mentality and Culture. Black Man, Woman and Child grow up in a culture like that and it starts with bad parents, and these pad parents defend their criminal deeds and try to say their children are good sons or daughters when they are NOT!
Mr. Brown was shot by police after surrendering to them according to witnesses.
What really is your point?
Ugh

Pasadena, TX

#37 Aug 16, 2014
Redefined wrote:
<quoted text>
We all know how the media is but we still allow it to shape our perceptions none the less. You allow the negative images to dominate ur perception of the situation thus ur perception is always one-sided regardless of the incident. This makes you an irrational individual. Not only this but I'm sure those who's perception has been shaped by the media are also highly desensitized although they may NOT realize it now. If ur constantly reading stories on chaos eruption around the world, the suffering and tragedy related to these incidents will no longer be shocking. Yes image is everything and that's why humanity will eventually become numb to all things our media perpetuates especially during the age of technology. So if we don't want this to happen, maybe we shouldn't allow the media to shape our perceptions.
"We allow it to shape our perception" ????

That doesn't make sense, Redefined. Brown WAS ON CAMERA STEALING CIGARS, sister. Then, another clip showing a group of Black Georgians in Ferguson; learning Brown stole some cigars, they all in unison, nod and agree, that the camera was photoshopped.

We do it to ourselves!
Ugh

Houston, TX

#39 Aug 16, 2014
KIP wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Brown was shot by police after surrendering to them according to witnesses.
What really is your point?
......and I wished that had been the case only, nothing but the case, so help us God that be the case. When I first learned of this incident, I thought that was the whole story. That:

Once upon a time in the summer of Georgia, two Black kids was walking down the street and just being their jubilant, Black People selves. And the bad, White Man Police Officer came harassing those two Black kids. He ordered them off the street and to stand to where the Officer patrol car' door was.

And once the Officer open the door, it ricochet and hit the Officer while he was supposedly looking in the direction of his car. The White Officer did not like that and thought surely, one of the Black negros slammed the door behind me and made hit my head.

So, rose up in anger, grabbed Michael Brown by the neck and tried to snuff him in the back seat. And Michael Brown tried to defend himself from the rogue Officer acting out of control. He struggled with his assailant though, and the Officer pulled out his gun and shot Michael Brown while he had his arms up in the air.

And as if the Officer was not satisfied enough for shooting Michael Brown, he shot him 9 more times and took joy in the way the bullets was messing him up and then a calm body and then death of Mr. Michael Brown. And his friend, Dorian Jackson, stood in horror of the scene and backed up with his hands in the air too while grieving for his friend that been shot 10 times.

----------

I really, really, really wish that was the case and only that! However, Michael Brown robbed a store just prior to the incident with Officer Wilson. So, it's bittersweet and we shouldn't be acting like we caught a white Ape red-handed this time. We defending a criminal from the use of excessive force, a I get that. But I'm not feeling in no mood to rally against the Police Officers and beat up Whiteys. If the first scenario was the case, hell yeah!! Let's beat White's a** for that s***!!

That's not how it went down, though.

“Freedom”

Level 8

Since: Jan 10

United States

#40 Aug 16, 2014
Abdurratln wrote:
<quoted text>
Only fools allow the media to form their minds. Learn to think independently based on Pan-Africanism. How come you have avoided mentioning Pan-Africanism? Clearly the uprising in Saint Louis is linked to Gaza.( https://www.facebook.com/photo.php... )O But you want to deny the obvious in order to isolate us. Why?
'I' don't allow the media to shape my mind for the simple fact I CONTROL what I view. I'm NOT sure what the other stuff has to do with this topic of discussion. Maybe you should create a thread about Pan-Africanism. Most Native Africans cannot relate to the situation regarding racist cops in America because it doesn't happen to them in Africa. They may sympathize but it doesn't mean they are motivated to get involved in our issues in America. Just because we share the same race doesn't mean we share the same historical experiences. The only parallels between Africans & African Americans is we lack economic leadership. So unless Pan-Africanism involves economics, there will be no real unity IMO. Trying to get us to unify when our experiences and culture are different doesn't happen so easily. The only reason Europeans united is because wealth was involved, it isn't because they actually LOVED each other. Not according to European History!
paddyomalley

Bastrop, TX

#41 Aug 16, 2014
MAX-- wrote:
<quoted text>
I am a 46 year old white man..........
I can't stand the government intruding in our lives..........
I can't stand the police in America violating citizens rights on a daily basis..........
And I hate when people take advantage of a situation and destroy hard working people property
We are responsible for our OWN actios..........
And now the thugs will pay for theirs..........tonight
We see eye to eye, Max and I've read several of your posts the past few days and you're right in the strike zone. I want what you want, less gov and de-militarize the police. They can keep their vests, but they do not need any military stuff and auto weapons should only be carried by senior sergeants and officers. No more no knock warrants, etc. And severe penalties for rioting with property damage, theft, or bodily harm. there are some very good Black people and they pay a heavy price for these bean brains.

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