Royal Marines Commando
- Jul 20, 2015
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The issue of excessive force in american policing is widespread across all races, they are a shambles and something needs to change nationwide in my opinion. The reason it blows up when it's a black person is the feeling that it's just the modern day continuation of 400 years of continued oppression. Whether that's right or wrong it's just how they feel and why the same reaction isn't seen when white people are on the receiving end of some heavy handed police.
But it’s not a shambles. I’ve just posted the stats for it.
The black population is more likely to die from heart disease.
Medical errors kill 250,000 ish people a year. People that die in police actions level around the 1000 a year mark.
Now don’t get me wrong, again, everyone can agree Floyd shouldn’t have died for the crime he committed. But again, he was resisting arrest and a known violent criminal. But you can’t spark riots, kill people, call for the death of cops and white people and expect to have any legitimacy to your claims and cause. When you are lying about the figures.
Look through history, everyone has been persecuted at some point.
the Africans had a slave trade long before Europeans landed on their shores. The Vikings, Roman, Norman’s, Mongolian Empire. The Arabs had a lucrative white slave trade, and they have a very real modern day slave trade with poor Asians and Arabs being stuck in that system.
The republicans got rid of slavery and the UK decided long before anyone else that slavery was wrong and Royal Navy was instrumental in the abolishment of slavery.
defunding the police doesn’t solve the problem, it introduces new ones. You can even see it in a phenomenon known as the Ferguson Effect.
The reason why people react like that is because it’s a false narrative fuelled by the media, politics and domestic terrorist groups like Antifa and BLM.
You have black people who disagree with BLM and the movement, silenced by the media, there’s plenty of evidence I have provided, where black people agree it’s a culture problem.
The answers are out there. Facts not feelings.