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I agree! We are being manipulated into race wars. Equality needs to be taught from birth and from all sides. Imagine if little white children were taught that whites were America's first slaves? Imagine if they knew indentured meant for life until the early 1800's.. Imagine if they found were taught about Irish genocide. I'm not picking out white victims just that it has been forgotten. Equal footing for everyone. All races have evil entities and extremely good ones. All without exception.
History has been taught to us by the victors. In the worlds case it's taught by a handful of ruling elitist who are psychopaths.
PS There are days when I can do little more then glance at headlines on RMN. If I do, it lowers my vibration and it takes awhile to raise it back up. Empaths R us.
Re: Cops shoot white guy in Fresno, no public ....
Walk toward police daring them to shoot is a lot different than siting in your car with a seat belt on or lying on the ground in handcuffs.
What we are witnessing are long-held plans to provoke violence and riots with the intent to switch individual's frequencies to low vibrating frequencies of anger, hate, greed, lust, lack of compassion, etc. prior to the cosmic anomaly that separates the "wheat from the tares" so to speak.
The USA has known since 1950 that no scientific evidence exists to support the notion that different races exist within humans. But the USA has refused to change its educational material so as to root out the consciousness of racial prejudice at it's source - the mind.
Imagine what our country would like if 66 years ago Jane Elliot's diversity training was mandatory on an annual basis in all schools, law enforcement and military? Imagine what our society would be like if for 66 years all children knew that Rome had multiple black emperors? If Americans knew that for almost 50 years the top performing school in the nation was all black?
Its not about black or white, but fairness and justice for all; black, white, Indian, Chinese, Mexican, etc.
How in the world are we going to be able to deal with Extraterrestrials if we can't even get along with each other?
Two important talking points.
#1. – It is very unfair to lump all Caucasians, African Americans, Indians, Chinese, etc. into one group. All Caucasians do not exhibit a consciousness of racial prejudice. It’s hurtful to them to lump them into the problem as if they do and it immediately puts them in a defensive position where they are called to pay a debt they do not owe.
#2. – Black on Black crime statistics should never be used when discussing the behavior of law enforcement. Why? It immediately gives the impression that law enforcement is somehow justified because Blacks don’t care enough to stop killing their own. However the truth of the matter is that Black on Black crime is a symptom of a distraught and hopeless people. People who see no hope for a better way, no hope for justice, no hope for fairness so they devolve into self-destructive behavior. To use these statistics when discussing police brutality is to take the victims self-inflicted pain and suffering as a result of external conditions that appear beyond hope and use them to justice law enforcements actions. It is disingenuous and offensive to use black-on-black crime statistics when discussing the actions of police. Police should be held to the same standard of action imposed upon civilians with a permit to carry; avoid discharging their weapons unless there is a threat to bodily harm. Officers who break this rule should be prosecuted and jailed just a civilians would.
Let’s be careful about our choice of words and insist that media personnel do the same.
: Reader WW
: Isn't it peculiar that no one riots – or to be perfectly
: frank, even cares – when white people are killed by the
: Dailywire: According to Fresno police, they responded to a
: report that a man was walking around with a rifle. Spotting
: a speeding truck, they tried to accost the driver, Noble.
: Instead, he fled and led the police on a half-mile chase.
: Noble finally entered a gas station parking lot; police
: asserted he kept his hands hidden, and made a
: "conscious effort to conceal one hand behind his back,
: then in his waistband, as he exited the truck, and walked
: away from officers," according to a press release from
: Fresno police.
: Police said Noble muttered that he "hated his life,"
: reversed direction and walked back toward the police,
: prompting them to shoot him four times.
: A witness standing roughly 100 feet away videotaped the
: incident for 26 seconds; the video shows two shots being
: fired. ABC 7 reported, “Noble appears to already be on the
: ground near or underneath his truck. There was a 14 second
: gap in between the two shots in the video.” Police body
: cameras also filmed the incident, but the department will
: not release it to the public as yet.
: A further investigation revealed Noble was unarmed.
: With the recent shootings of two black men – Philando Castile
: and Alton Sterling – generating a massive amount of public
: outrage and media attention, it's safe to say that this
: story will be overlooked.
: More importantly, however, is the fact that the victim was a
: (cue AIDS Skrillex) white male. This means that his death
: lacks controversy; it won't inspire throngs of rioters,
: protestors, and, in response, police to take to the
: streets; and it certainly won't fit into the prevailing
: liberal narrative. As such, it's unlikely that Noble's
: death would have ever generated a public outrage even if
: the aforementioned two shootings not been the recent center
: of attention.
: However, despite what the media might have you believe, far
: more whites than blacks are killed by police in America.
: It's also worth noting that the vast majority of blacks are
: killed by other blacks. Considering this, isn't it odd that
: the black community – and indeed, America at large – gives
: primacy to combatting alleged police brutality? Around 60
: blacks were killed over this past July 4th weekend, and yet
: there were no riots, protests, or media frenzies.
: In other words, why do black lives only appear to matter when
: they're ended by white men?