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Re: Portrait of alleged killer in DC rampage emerges

RadioRaheem ·
First, my heart goes out to the families of the victims. From my first review of the story, most of the dead are 50+ years of age and probably just ending their careers. I wonder if the NRA, trigger happy clown are going to speak out against machine gun purchasing and usage at this time.
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Re: Portrait of alleged killer in DC rampage emerges

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: First, my heart goes out to the families of the victims. From my first review of the story, most of the dead are 50+ years of age and probably just ending their careers. I wonder if the NRA, trigger happy clown are going to speak out against machine gun purchasing and usage at this time. They will remain silent, much like how they never once squawked, "If Trayvon Martin would have had gun . . . " The NRA is just like the republican party, it has been...
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Re: Portrait of alleged killer in DC rampage emerges

Xeon ·
What difference does the color of a mass murderer make? Why should that be important? Such significance is just as mindless and pathetic as the act (killing of innocent people) itself. E'nuff said....
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Re: Portrait of alleged killer in DC rampage emerges

Yemaya ·
It goes to substantiate the pathology of certain people and cultures. That's the significance of the 'color' as it is described in America. Any culture that can not only tolerate sadism, but promote it under the banner of nationalism and manifest destiny is SICK.
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Portrait of alleged killer in DC rampage emerges

sunnubian ·
Portrait of alleged killer in DC rampage emerges Read More | Leave Comment How common are African-American mass shooters? by theGrio | September 17, 2013 at 8:56 AM Comments 2 Print In this handout photo provided by the FBI, Aaron Alexis is shown in a photo prior to the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard on September 16, 2013 in Washington, D.C. Authorities believe Alexis was a gunman involved in the shootings at the Navy Yard, where at least 12 people were shot and killed. (Photo by...
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

DennisKalita ·
He is from the majority ethnic class in America: Germans or Nazis, same thing. These are self-styled superior monsters with cold fish eyes. When the monsters went to Africa and murdered people who lived there, they chopped off their heads and sent them back to Germany. Nazi scientists with eyes of blue ice then studied the severed heads of the Africans they murdered. They fondled the bumps on the decapitated heads of the Africans. These monsters with their deathly eyes nodded to one another...
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

Norland ·
The Prison System is no different than the Zoo System. Lockup is Lockup. To the white man that majestic gorilla I saw; he was majestic and that African he has locked up in the Prison Industrial Complex are brothers/cousins. Therein lies allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll this "RACISM" bullshit.
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

Norland ·
Hey Schock, if ever you glorious white men want to re-instate the draft to go fight ISIS, Boko Haram (sp) or the rest of the insane men of the world, just remember me and mine are Zoo Animals. Zoo Animals can't fight wars. We'll be ANY ZOO ANIMAL that floats through your demented mind; gorilla, baboon, chimp, whatever the fuck ever. Keep my babies out of it. I'm going to teach them how to hop around and scratch their arm pits. Gonna do it right now, Freak of the Week Schock. You "white" men...
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

GoodMan ·
LOL White people showing their true colors. Whitening Black areas, something Democrats and Republicans love to do.
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

sunnubian ·
“One of the hood rats on my street just got shot by another hood rat,” he wrote. “I was right there when the gun was fired.” ******************************************************** One thing for sure is, that if you live on the same street or in the same neighborhood or in the same complex, as a "hood rat", then, automatically makes you a "hood rat", too.
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

Kocolicious ·
How OLD is this GUY? In his forties? Proof of generational racism. Cuz clearly civil rights was all of 50 years ago. Was he even born? So this makes my case in the other post. Massa is passing down his hate for black people onto his children and grandchildren. No? But!
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Re: Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

RadioRaheem ·
I heard he resigned yesterday...I guess they could get Larry Elder or Stacey Dash to speak up and forgive him for all of the Black people and say 'well Black People do it too!!!'
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Demand justice for Aaron: Support "Aaron's Law" and inquiry into his prosecution

sunnubian ·
Justice for Aaron Demand Progress's Aaron Swartz tragically killed himself in 2013, while subject to a vicious persecution by U.S. law enforcement. Help us achieve justice for Aaron by urging the firing of his prosecutors and reform of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. More » Help make sure it never happens again: Fix the law they used to persecute Aaron and demand a Congressional inquiry into his abusive prosecution. Please share this with your friends Facebook Twitter G+ <form...
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Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts

sunnubian ·
Congressman Aaron Schock’s Press Secretary Refers to Black People as Zoo Animals in Racist String of #GentrifyToday Posts February 6, 2015 | Posted by Taylor Gordon Tagged With: #GentrifyToday , Aaron Schock , Benjamin Cole Racist Facebook , Press secretary calls Black woman a zoo animal , racist politicians Congressman Aaron Schock Benjamin Cole, the senior adviser for policy and communications to Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock, recently deleted a string of racist Facebook comments referring to...
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Re: Madam C.J. Walker's Role Model? Annie Malone:Was First African American Female Millionaire, Not Madame C.J. Walker

Kocolicious ·
I never heard of Malone until now. If I had in the past...I may have forgotten...but! I don't think so cuz I know I would have REMEMBER her. She is a model of a champion....like other unsung women [Biddy Mason] that we hear little about. What a wonderful story sista Sunnubian. Thank you for sharing. I see this as just more evidence of our BRILLIANCE!!!! Hal. Lay. Lu. Yer. But!
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Re: Madam C.J. Walker's Role Model? Annie Malone:Was First African American Female Millionaire, Not Madame C.J. Walker

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: I never heard of Malone until now. If I had in the past...I may have forgotten...but! I don't think so cuz I know I would have REMEMBER her. She is a model of a champion....like other unsung women [Biddy Mason] that we hear little about. What a wonderful story sista Sunnubian. Thank you for sharing. I see this as just more evidence of our BRILLIANCE!!!! Hal. Lay. Lu. Yer. But! Of course, you know you're welcome. You know, I think that many of our up and...
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Madam C.J. Walker's Role Model? Annie Malone:Was First African American Female Millionaire, Not Madame C.J. Walker

sunnubian ·
Who Was Madam C.J. Walker's Role Model? A NNIE T URNBO M ALONE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ African-American Educator, Entrepreneur & Inventor In the 1920s, 30s and 40s, with the new freedom came business and financial success for many women in Missouri. One of the nation's wealthiest African Americans was Annie Malone , founder and owner of Poro College ( watch video below ) , a cosmetics firm ( view products below ) that started in St. Louis and later occupied an entire...
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