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  • Re: Sean Klannity and Donald Trump set to host a 'town hall meeting on African-American concerns'

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    Just know if you vote for Hilary and she locks up our cousins, brothers, fathers, uncles, and children through her usual backdoor policies, YOU ARE (partially) RESPONSIBLE. When the unemployment rate for black people quadruples, you are partially responsible.

    You guys are over here scared of a guy who's saying random shit for media attention, most of the shit he's saying, he can't even control, over a PROVEN DEVIL. A PROVEN THREAT. Y'all are scared of a nigga that talks shit over a nigga that really busts his gun. Just think about that for a second, how does that make any kind of sense?

    You are responsible for who you put in office. If she continues to steal the Haiti reform money under her presidency, you take partial blame. When she continues to rape the mother land of their natural resources, you take partial blame.

    This is why intelligent people are simply sitting this one out, as none of these candidates have our blessing. Unlike the average voter, we understand and live by personal responsibility and accountability. I will not be held accountable AKA give my vote to either of these shit candidates and if you're a respectable black man, you shouldn't either.

    White people, you can vote for Hilary, she'll do wonders for you lol.

    You just gotta acknowledge these are extraordinary times right here...Clinton is gonna do more of the same shady shit that's become tradition up to this point. What Trump is talking about? Naw that's gonna be some next level fuckery. Imagine a NATION-WIDE policy of stop-and-frisk targeted specifically at Black people ... this is what he SAID not no imaginary hyperbole shit..he said he wants to implement stop and frisk on Black people to bring down Black on Black crime and he's gonna have control of the house and the senate to push some shit like that through..

    That's not gonna fly bro...that's going to lead to an uptick of hostile confrontations between Black people and the police...alot of Black people are going to die. Alot of police are going to die. There will be unrest like hasn't been seen since the 60's. Now, I'm not 100% sure something like that would stay in tact because it would be overruled by the courts (stop and frisk essentially tosses the 4th amendment out the window) but the prospect of us heading into that DIRECTION is ominous. Couple that with the fact that conservative leaning judges and lawmakers are systematically,methodically and quietly reversing the Civil Rights Acts of 1968 throughout the south and midwest through unscrupulous voter registration and ID laws and shenanigans with polling places...how many federal judges would Trump be responsible for appointing (not including the Supreme court slot that's currently open?)

    This shit ain't ordinary here. If it was Kasich, Rubio or hell even Jeb fuckin Bush it'd be one thing and I'd be right there with you because motherfuck Hillary wack ass clinton. But this right here? He might jeopordize world stability in a way that hasn't been seen since the end of WW2...he's that much of a wildcard and meglomaniac...YES even more so than invading Iraq and the calamity that caused..even more so than the recession..Because people seem to think the Bush presidency was the absolute floor and absolute worst that could've happened.. or that "Black people are at the bottom as it is so what does it matter who's in office?" in actuality America ain't seen shit and the Iraq war was lightweight compared to the Vietnam War and the Great Recession is the Great Depression's midget brother. Shit can get waaaay worse and there's no guarantee that it will get better after it gets worse and Trump is just the man to make that worsening happen. I was you until VERY recently though so I'm not in disagreement with you..I'm just saying this shit is all bad. A Trump presidency...a republican house...a republican senate and a conservative leaning supreme court. You think shit is bad right now...I can't be on the sideline as the shit goes down

    Respect bruh. Based on conversations on this previously, I know u don't fuck with hillary but I glad u understand that trump is infinitely more problematic

    Yeah bro I think I got into it with just about everybody in here at least once over Hillary Clinton lol...but at the end of the day y'all were right. Trump is a PROBLEM...too big a problem to not prioritize
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  • Re: Sean Klannity and Donald Trump set to host a 'town hall meeting on African-American concerns'

    Just know if you vote for Hilary and she locks up our cousins, brothers, fathers, uncles, and children through her usual backdoor policies, YOU ARE (partially) RESPONSIBLE. When the unemployment rate for black people quadruples, you are partially responsible.

    You guys are over here scared of a guy who's saying random shit for media attention, most of the shit he's saying, he can't even control, over a PROVEN DEVIL. A PROVEN THREAT. Y'all are scared of a nigga that talks shit over a nigga that really busts his gun. Just think about that for a second, how does that make any kind of sense?

    You are responsible for who you put in office. If she continues to steal the Haiti reform money under her presidency, you take partial blame. When she continues to rape the mother land of their natural resources, you take partial blame.

    This is why intelligent people are simply sitting this one out, as none of these candidates have our blessing. Unlike the average voter, we understand and live by personal responsibility and accountability. I will not be held accountable AKA give my vote to either of these shit candidates and if you're a respectable black man, you shouldn't either.

    White people, you can vote for Hilary, she'll do wonders for you lol.

    You just gotta acknowledge these are extraordinary times right here...Clinton is gonna do more of the same shady shit that's become tradition up to this point. What Trump is talking about? Naw that's gonna be some next level fuckery. Imagine a NATION-WIDE policy of stop-and-frisk targeted specifically at Black people ... this is what he SAID not no imaginary hyperbole shit..he said he wants to implement stop and frisk on Black people to bring down Black on Black crime and he's gonna have control of the house and the senate to push some shit like that through..

    That's not gonna fly bro...that's going to lead to an uptick of hostile confrontations between Black people and the police...alot of Black people are going to die. Alot of police are going to die. There will be unrest like hasn't been seen since the 60's. Now, I'm not 100% sure something like that would stay in tact because it would be overruled by the courts (stop and frisk essentially tosses the 4th amendment out the window) but the prospect of us heading into that DIRECTION is ominous. Couple that with the fact that conservative leaning judges and lawmakers are systematically,methodically and quietly reversing the Civil Rights Acts of 1968 throughout the south and midwest through unscrupulous voter registration and ID laws and shenanigans with polling places...how many federal judges would Trump be responsible for appointing (not including the Supreme court slot that's currently open?)

    This shit ain't ordinary here. If it was Kasich, Rubio or hell even Jeb fuckin Bush it'd be one thing and I'd be right there with you because motherfuck Hillary wack ass clinton. But this right here? He might jeopordize world stability in a way that hasn't been seen since the end of WW2...he's that much of a wildcard and meglomaniac...YES even more so than invading Iraq and the calamity that caused..even more so than the recession..Because people seem to think the Bush presidency was the absolute floor and absolute worst that could've happened.. or that "Black people are at the bottom as it is so what does it matter who's in office?" in actuality America ain't seen shit and the Iraq war was lightweight compared to the Vietnam War and the Great Recession is the Great Depression's midget brother. Shit can get waaaay worse and there's no guarantee that it will get better after it gets worse and Trump is just the man to make that worsening happen. I was you until VERY recently though so I'm not in disagreement with you..I'm just saying this shit is all bad. A Trump presidency...a republican house...a republican senate and a conservative leaning supreme court. You think shit is bad right now...I can't be on the sideline as the shit goes down
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  • Re: A Tulsa pig fatally shoots an unarmed black man named Terrence Crutcher who had his hands up.. Smh..

    nigga said it's because we took prayer out of schools and ever since kaep been kneeling cops have still been getting murdered

    raw

    EDIT: I almost ain't make it to shannon's part..glad I did though he killed it
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  • Re: A Tulsa pig fatally shoots an unarmed black man named Terrence Crutcher who had his hands up.. Smh..

    http://www.mercurynews.com/2016/09/20/colin-kaepernick-shakes-off-death-threats-seeks-justice-in-terence-crutcher-killing/?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#link_time=1474403622


    While Colin Kaepernick says he’s seen positives emerge from a racial-equality movement sparked by his national-anthem protests, he’s also received death threats as a result.

    “I’ve had a few come my way, but not too concerned about it,” Kaepernick said Tuesday inside the 49ers locker room.

    Asked if those threats have come only through his social-media channels, Kaepernick responded: “Couple different avenues.”

    Kaepernick said he does not alert team security in the wake of such threats, because, “to me, if something like that were to happen, you’ve proved my point and it will be loud and clear for everyone why it happened, and that would move this movement forward at a greater speed than what it is even now.

    “Granted, it’s not how I want it to happen, but that’s the realization of what could happen. I knew there were other things that came along with this when I first stood up and spoke about it. It’s not something I haven’t thought about.”


    Man this part right here really hit me...like this is OUR guy for our generation...he's the one that people are gonna be talking about 30 to 40 years from now talking about he was such a great American. Kaep the GOAT right now if he never throw another pass again in my book.
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  • Largest Prison Strike in US History Happening Now...Media not Covering


    THE LARGEST PRISON strike in U.S. history has been going on for nearly a week, but there’s a good chance you haven’t heard about it. For months, inmates at dozens of prisons across the country have been organizing through a network of smuggled cellphones, social media pages, and the support of allies on the outside. The effort culminated in a mass refusal to report to prison jobs on September 9, the anniversary of the 1971 Attica prison uprising.

    “This is a call to action against slavery in America,” organizers wrote in an announcement that for weeks circulated inside and outside prisons nationwide, and that sums up the strikers’ primary demand: an end to free prison labor. “Forty-five years after Attica, the waves of change are returning to America’s prisons. This September we hope to coordinate and generalize these protests, to build them into a single tidal shift that the American prison system cannot ignore or withstand.”

    Since Friday, details on the strike’s success have trickled out of prisons with some difficulty, but organizers and supporters have no doubt the scale of the action is unprecedented, though their assessment is difficult to verify and some corrections departments denied reports of strike-related activities in their states.

    Prisoners in 24 states and 40 to 50 prisons pledged to join the strike, and as of Tuesday, prisoners in at least 11 states and 20 prisons continued the protest, according to outside supporters in Alabama. Tactics and specific demands varied locally, with some prisoners reportedly staging hunger strikes, and detainees in Florida protesting and destroying prison property ahead of the planned strike date.

    “There are probably 20,000 prisoners on strike right now, at least, which is the biggest prison strike in history, but the information is really sketchy and spotty,” said Ben Turk, who works on “in-reach” to prisons for the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee, a chapter of the Industrial Workers of the World union helping to coordinate the inmate-led initiative from the outside.

    Link to article: https://theintercept.com/2016/09/16/the-largest-prison-strike-in-u-s-history-enters-its-second-week/
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