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Re: Protest in Baltimore against appointment of new police commissioner

Norland ·
When people are bona fide citizens of a country, they don't get treated in the manner we've always gotten treated in this country. These Caucasians have NEVER treated us as sovereign citizens of america; because we're NOT!!! To white people we're niggers and that's the way they've always treated us. They sugar coat some shit sometimes to keep our mouths shut for a second, but turn around 3 times, it's back to the slaughtering/hating business as usual.
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Re: Protest in Baltimore against appointment of new police commissioner

RadioRaheem ·
I'd been following this story very closely. They got rid of Dr. Batts, who was open to solving the police-community issues, and replaced him with his assistant. The interim chief, Kevin Davis, has been extra hard on protesters and other assembled outside of the pre-trial hearings for the 6 Freddie Gray police cases. I'll post more on this as it becomes available.
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Re: Protest in Baltimore against appointment of new police commissioner

Norland ·
They could eliminate half the court system and all the rest of the systems. We do something, we get shot, we get sentenced to prison sentences, we die in prison or die before there's even a trial and if a cop's trigger happy or scared as they are all the damn time, it's curtains right there on the spot. America only needs to assign a couple folks to the "criminal just us system", we're going to pay the price they set for us because WE'RE THEIRS to do with as they please. Black mothers' sons...
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

Norland ·
Perhaps Mr. Kirsanow could experience a 3 month tryout in one of the cages in the basement of San Quentin prison. Spend a couple months in one of those two man cells where you can hardly move, where you urinate and defecate in front of one another with hardly any room to breathe. May he suffer the worst case of claustrophobia imaginable. He could practice being a dog or any other animal they equate black men with by locking them up in those basement cages that one can hardly stand up; lining...
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

Momentum ·
Wow, this is the era of the full blown power establishment backed COON!
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

RadioRaheem ·
White People can't solve Black people's problems....White People have only added problems to our community, why would expect them to subtract them?
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

Kocolicious ·
Brotha RR wrote: White People can't solve Black people's problems....White People have only added problems to our community, why would expect them to subtract them? As why it is NOW important to do things ourselves....we got the POWER and the MONEY. But it ain't gon do no good if many of us STILL have our heads up massa's ass. I know it's difficult to start trusting each other....cuz of it being SNATCHED from our soul during the Atlantic Slavery Trade and Jim Crow...the brainwashing of black...
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

sunnubian ·
Black people actually learning their own TRUE history , eliminating the housenigger factor, and getting Black people to stop bowing down worshipping the 'Golden Calf' of [Western] Materialism would solve at least 90% of the problems facing the Black race, here in America, and globally . BLACK UNIFICATION would automatically evaporate the remaining 10%.
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

Norland ·
There's no fun in a country when EVERYONE has lost their ever hating minds. America needs to change it's name; you're no longer "beautiful", for your white selves.
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

sunnubian ·
Certainly offers a window into how it was that the Black race fell from the FIRST and HIGHEST Civilization, [the Civilization "closest to the Gods" ], to where we are now. [ Being stabbed in the back (repeatedly) for 30 Pieces of Silver, by our own, who were only looking out themselves ]
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Re: This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

GoodMan ·
His remarks is normal among Black folks in "safe" places.
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Re: PETITION: Don't give more power to police by making resisting arrest a felony charge

DennisKalita ·
Citizen passivity is now demanded up front by the bestial Rulers. I recall Bush, Jr. complaining about activists (active citizens). That was a forewarning. Police behavior is <½ dictated by law and >½ by the political climate. As the American Plutocracy takes off their velvet gloves, the police iron hand is even easier to see and feel. That starts with us and heads over to YT’s place. Expect little compassion from the rulers’ heartless glare. Best way to avoid resisting arrest is to...
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Re: PETITION: Don't give more power to police by making resisting arrest a felony charge

NSpirit ·
Bill Bratton is truly evil. No. The gang in blue has enough power. They cannot be allowed to sprinkle trumped up felony charges among the population on a whim. It is extremely easy for them to charge the average citizen with resisting arrest even when they're not under arrest.
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Re: PETITION: Don't give more power to police by making resisting arrest a felony charge

sunnubian ·
It's just a sham to set-up Black people [and Brown people ] that don't have criminal records, to get trapped in America's (IN)Justice INDUSTRY , and also be set-up [ "PRE-CRIMES" ] to be d iscriminated out of jobs, housing, and financial aid for higher learning .
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Re: PETITION: Don't give more power to police by making resisting arrest a felony charge

Norland ·
Ya know, the Dog Pound and the Human (Negro) Zoo are no different. The Dog Catcher runs after and catches dogs and thrown them in trucks to send them to cages and possibly, most likely, their deaths. The "Police" men run after and catch predominately Black men and throws them (if he doesn't put a bullet in their ass first), in trucks to send them to cages, "human" courts, back to cages; some in SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, for ALL amounts of time, imaginable; some for months, some for years, some...
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As FBI Seeks Capture of Assata Shakur, NAACP Head Calls for U.S. Truth & Reconciliation Commission

sunnubian ·
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Kocolicious ·
The militarization of police continues. Now its resisting arrest. Next it'll be you can't stand in public without moving. My question. Whos gonna be responsible for monitoring the police to ensure that they are abiding by the law? As if they do. Ha! They make it up as they go along. So we know that's a joke. They are crossing Ts and dotting Is so that can begin legally killing black people without consequence. Cuz to me. That's like asking Congress to give police GOD status i.e. the right to...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

sunnubian ·
"Lynching was legal in the 1930's. The first white man was not convicted of lynching until 1983. Southern Democrats had much to do with blocking any legislation which outlawed lynching. Table 2-2. Black Victims of White Lynch Mobs by State, 1882-1930 State/ No. of victims Deep South Mississippi/ 462 Georgia/ 423 Louisiana/ 283 Alabama/ 262 South Carolina/ 143 Border South Florida/ 212 Tennessee/ 174 Arkansas/ 162 Kentucky/ 118 North Carolina/ 75 Table 2-5. The Reasons Given for Black...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

sunnubian ·
They are just enacting legislation like this all over this country in order to make Lynching Black people Legal again; that's all this is and that's all these "Stand Your Ground" Laws, and police and racist Whites killing Black people with impunity really is . But, the Black Race is still asleep on D'Nile.
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Norland ·
We look better locked up behind bars rather than walking free. Just like that majestic gorilla I saw on TV that came in from outside to receive his feeding through a slot just like they do Africans in prisons. He was madder than a junk yard dog. Was not a happy camper at all!! They do Africans just like they do African gorillas and all the other animals held in captivity that don't belong locked up and are furious about their situation, but can't talk about it. There really is no difference...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Momentum ·
I saw this yesterday and intended to post it and I was thinking, where are the liberals and black activists, where are the decent people in America? Where are the preachers and godly people, where are the political representatives that should be strongly reacting against such a suggestion? Why is this not more in the news? There really is a covert war against black people using the criminal justice system to execute a slow and deliberate genocide. Black male adults are only 4% of the US...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Norland ·
We're so spread out throughout the country. Some of us see quite a few Africans, others, not so much. We need a channel equivalent to QVC where we could buy blacker than black every day. That'll never be allowed. There'd be cries of "racism" in the reverse. White men DO NOT like Black men hookin' up with the Cave Woman. Black men just keep on pushin' in the Caucasoid Glory Hole. So, consequently, they want you deader than door nails. That's what this is ALL ABOUT. NO MORE, NO LESS. Black men...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by Norland: We're so spread out throughout the country. Some of us see quite a few Africans, others, not so much. We need a channel equivalent to QVC where we could buy blacker than black every day. That'll never be allowed. There'd be cries of "racism" in the reverse. I don't think it would hardly be noticed and if it did happen, I think more people from other ethnic groups including white people would say..... Its about damn time! What took you people so long to get with...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by Norland: Maybe someone will get with it. And that the shame of it, blacks are Americans we are getting with it as Americans as any other human would respond to our circumstances. But this construct of racism allows them to see us as different with contempt.
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Norland: We're so spread out throughout the country. Some of us see quite a few Africans, others, not so much. We need a channel equivalent to QVC where we could buy blacker than black every day. That'll never be allowed. There'd be cries of "racism" in the reverse. White men DO NOT like Black men hookin' up with the Cave Woman. Black men just keep on pushin' in the Caucasoid Glory Hole. So, consequently, they want you deader than door nails. That's what this is ALL...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

DennisKalita ·
Resisting arrest in the plutocracy, that could be a facial expression, a glance, a naturally upright posture, African facial features, almost anything. Kind of how it is.
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: I saw this yesterday and intended to post it and I was thinking, where are the liberals and black activists, where are the decent people in America? Where are the preachers and godly people, where are the political representatives that should be strongly reacting against such a suggestion? Why is this not more in the news? There really is a covert war against black people using the criminal justice system to execute a slow and deliberate genocide. Black male...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Norland ·
President Obama BEING RAISED by white people, helped him to COPE with these crazy assholes. They don't fluster him like they would lots of us, I know I wouldn't be able to deal with these "people" AT ALL. I would have told 'em "See ya later assholes, here's your "presidency." I would have probably done that after two days. I'd have quit faster than Sarah Palin. White folks can make the blood pressure rise like a mofo without a word transpiring between ya. Ugh!!!! I'm going to miss President...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by Momentum: I saw this yesterday and intended to post it and I was thinking, where are the liberals and black activists, where are the decent people in America? Where are the preachers and godly people, where are the political representatives that should be strongly reacting against such a suggestion? Why is this not more in the news? There really is a covert war against black people using the criminal justice system to execute a slow and...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by Momentum: I saw this yesterday and intended to post it and I was thinking, where are the liberals and black activists, where are the decent people in America? Where are the preachers and godly people, where are the political representatives that should be strongly reacting against such a suggestion? Why is this not more in the news? There really is a covert war against black people using the criminal...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

GoodMan ·
Well... We had a good run in NYC. Should've been smarter with having all those White people run around NYC on our behalf talking about War on Black America while other White people sat around and planned out a course of action on how to remove Black males from NYC. Black feminists should've thought about supporting pampered ass White women on that Street Harassment campaign, talking about the Male Gaze and other dumb ass shit. But nah, continue allowing White folks to run your social and...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: I saw this yesterday and intended to post it and I was thinking, where are the liberals and black activists, where are the decent people in America? Where are the preachers and godly people, where are the political representatives that should be strongly reacting against such a suggestion? Why is this not more in the news? ************************************************************* What all the Black activists, preachers (the ones who have not already taken...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Momentum ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: This is another BIG LIE concocted and disseminated by the West to dupe people into a "Survival of the Fittest" mentality to induce indifference to their genocide campaigns and instigation against certain populations (mainly the Black Race, globally). Bingo, the world is not overpopulated, it is a BIG LIE indeed and for the reasons you said. The truth is the oligarchy is GREEDY and overflowing with CONCEIT and want to take the whole planet for themselves with a...
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Re: In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

Norland ·
White folks no matter where they are CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT WANTING TO KILL SOMEBODY. Wherever they are, there's DEATH and DESTRUCTION and HATRED. The reason they want to GO TO MARS is probably MARS IS WHERE THEY ORIGINATE. These monsters aren't human, they're killers on a mass scale. Always ready to supply anyone in the world with the most horrific weaponry in existence. Every day of MY LIFE, there's been nothing every single day but discussions of WAR and KILLING SOMEBODY!! Whites annihilate...
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Re: Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality

Norland ·
What about the stolen progeny of the 1619 crew? Do we get an honorary passport??
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Re: Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality

Fabulous ·
Exactly!
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Re: Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality

Norland ·
We need to be compensated or remembered; have had nothing but our asses kicked and killed; one or two even cooked ever since we've been here. America hasn't been a bowl of cherries to the stolen Africans. The hatred's unbelievable, unbearable and never ending.
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Re: Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality

sunnubian ·
That is something to contemplate if this unfolds. I think African Americans and the Diaspora Blacks are basically an afterthought with most Africans/African nations, though it's probably not malicious, but more force of habit: African Union Offers Dual Citizenship to Back Americans. Page: 1 2 3 Like This Topic Follow This Topic VITO A4 12/2/06 3:42 PM When you've finished reading this, there are two things you should do. First, tell every black man, woman and child you know and love about...
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In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest

sunnubian ·
In a Move That Could Spell More Trouble for Black Community, NY Police Officials Tell State Lawmakers to Stiffen Penalties for Resisting Arrest February 5, 2015 | Posted by Nick Chiles Tagged With: commissioner william bratton , New York State Senate , Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch , stiffen penalties for resisting New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton In a development that could have alarming implications for Black people in New York, NYPD Commissioner William...
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PETITION: Don't give more power to police by making resisting arrest a felony charge

sunnubian ·
Petitioning New York State Senate and 2 others This petition will be delivered to: New York State Senate Governor Andrew Cuomo New York State House Don't give more power to police by making resisting arrest a felony charge Cecily McMillan BROOKLYN, NY A few years ago, I was sexually assaulted by a New York City police officer as I peacefully protested during the Occupy Wall Street movement. A male officer involved in the incident grabbed my breast so hard that a bruise was left in the form...
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Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality

sunnubian ·
Africa Without Borders Could Soon Become A Reality By Editorial_Staff - Nov 30, 2015 Africa is moving in the right direction AFRICANGLOBE – African Union Commissioner on Political Affairs, Aisha Laraba Abdullahi, said part of Agenda 2063 was to see free movement for Africans. He was speaking at the Africities summit in Sandton, south Africa yesterday. Agenda 2063 is a call to action to African society to work together to build a prosperous and united Africa based on shared values and a...
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Israel’s Police Chief: It’s ‘Natural’ To Suspect Ethiopian Jews To Be Criminals

sunnubian ·
Israel’s Police Chief: It’s ‘Natural’ To Suspect Ethiopian Jews To Be Criminals By Editorial_Staff - Aug 31, 2016 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Israel Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich does believe white immigrant Jews are criminals just the Black ones. AFRICANGLOBE – Israel Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich on Tuesday drew widespread condemnation after he appeared to say that it was “natural” for law-enforcement officers to be more suspicious of Ethiopian Israelis than of other...
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Protest in Baltimore against appointment of new police commissioner

sunnubian ·
Protest in Baltimore against appointment of new police commissioner Home US Human Rights Tue Oct 20, 2015 3:6PM Demonstrators chant as they head into Baltimore City Hall to protest the confirmation hearing of Police Commissioner Kevin Davis on Monday, October 19, 2015. A group of African-American demonstrators have taken to the streets of Baltimore, Maryland to protest against police brutality and the appointment of a new white police commissioner. After the Baltimore City Council voted to...
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This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men

sunnubian ·
This Black Civil Rights Commissioner Actually Sent Letter to Senator Asking for Tougher Sentences for African-American Men May 12, 2016 | Posted by Shaundra Selvaggi Tagged With: Peter Kirsanow , Sentencing Reform Act of 2015 , U.S. Civil Rights Commission Peter Kirsanow. C-Span. A member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights condemned a bill that would reduce jail sentences, arguing that it would lead to an increase in crime for African-American communities. In a letter addressed to Sen.
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