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Yet more insane liberal behaviour #BlackBrunchNYC

Discussion in 'The War Room' started by goldennirvana, Jan 7, 2015.

  1. Possum Jenkins Great Replacement Belt

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    Except the thing one group is protesting- abortion- is legal under the law and approved by a large proportion of the population.

    The thing THIS group is protesting- lethal police brutality- is not legal and approved of by no one.

    Slight difference there.
     
  2. bogey White Belt

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    What a waste of time.
     
  3. sangreporsangre Gold Belt

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    But that's how laws get changed, no? Weren't you the one saying that? They believe they're right. I mean it was - and still is I guess in some states - legal to deny gay people a legal recognized marriage, and this has also approved by a large proportion of the population. But then we hear about a "tyranny of the majority". People should be consistent with their beliefs.
     
  4. ultramanhyata Reclimbing Like Mountain

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    Upper class idiots have earned the right to not have their brunch interrupted!

    While the right to assemble or to free speech is an entitlement right. It's like the welfare and food stamps of rights.

    As a society we have to see that, just like money, a right that has been worked for must be held in much higher regard than a right that has been handed out.
     
  5. ultramanhyata Reclimbing Like Mountain

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    "No one"??? I think you're selling a number of our fellow WR members short.
     
  6. Jukai Silver Belt

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    The point is, many people DON'T want an education. They want to remain ignorant. This forces them to pick a side, right or wrong.

    I was against the town hall disturbance. It was infinite, it was distracting and it ensured people would focus on all the wrong things.

    A four minute disturbance of brunch is a mild annoyance, and it will force people to figure what the hell went on, rather than how the hell to get these people out.

    Again, I am sorry your strawberry waffle tasted much worse after hearing dead black people names.
     
  7. Jukai Silver Belt

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    Key difference: those black rapists go to prison.
     
  8. Lord_Impaler Brown Belt

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    Lol at that group of individuals being able to educate anyone.
     
  9. Possum Jenkins Great Replacement Belt

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    But abortion is something that was long illegal, then made legal, and the protesters are trying to revert it back.

    Police brutality was never legal and will never be legal. The protesters here are pretty much just clamoring for already existing laws and practices to be respected.

    Though, to be clear, I'm all in favor of anti-choice protesters peacefully taking to the streets as well. Tea Party rallies, pro-military, anti-choice. I'll certainly disagree with the cause, but airing of opinions I'm all for.


    Well, no one supports it in the abstract.

    Obviously once you start adding qualifications in the real world things change.
     
  10. oldshadow Steel Belt

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    So only causes you support, how about legalizing marijuana can they interrupt to protest in support of that?

    Or SSM where that is not legal, is that OK?
     
  11. PainIsLIfe Steel Belt

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    Justifiable lethal force is legal; brutality is what a criminal yells after he fights the police while being arrested.

    These people; in most cases don't even realize that the guy in NY died of a heart attack and wasn't choked to death.
     
  12. HugeMember Stupid F*cker

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    I'm against police brutality. I don't agree with these tactics to protest it.
     
  13. PainIsLIfe Steel Belt

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    How do we know it was 4 minutes? The vid is edited
     
  14. PainIsLIfe Steel Belt

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    ok then, just take the cops out of those neighborhoods - problem solved.
     
  15. HugeMember Stupid F*cker

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    Blacks are much more likely to be killed by another black.
     
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    Lol at certain posters supporting these racists while at the same time accusing other people of being racist.
     
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    I remember watching Stossel and he brought in this black guy to talk about discrimination and why the black community doesnt trust the police. The guy said the issue is constant negative contact with the police and one of the biggest reasons police are in those neighborhoods are just to sniff out drug dealers. So the cure is to #legalizeit

    Honestly even white people who have had too much contact with the police hate the police. I understand your point but keeping the cops away from the neighborhoods would help solve that problem. Pretty much everytime they'll be there will be in response to a real crime.
     
  18. Scrody Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    If all these people who are clearly concerned about race relations put the effort into making the black community safer, they'd probably see a drastic change in how police interact with them. This "movement" is only alienating people from their cause. Nothing is going to come from these protests.
     
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    What happened to the good ole days of the Fire Department spraying people with a hose? Those things hurt and would be a good deterrent.
     
  20. nixkid Black Belt

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    The opposite is also true. If a bunch of gun rights activists invaded the same brunch in protest of NYC's gun control laws, the same people here crying would have no problem with it.
     

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