The Deputy Sheriff was at a filling station pumping gas when this huge black guy sneaks up behind him and shoots him multiple times then stands over the body and shoots him some more as the deputy lay on the ground.

The police are blaming the inflamatory comments from the Black Lives Matters movement, or others who have condemned the police for doing their duty against criminals, for this Racist Hate Crime! The police are calling this shooting an assassination. I'd call it an act of terrorism!!!

They have the black guy's photo from the gas station surveillance video posted online.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jyx0V07NDU

Those who support this kind of violence against police are just shooting themselves in the foot. They may kill a few cops but just what do you think is going to happen now? Do you think the cops are going to just forget about this? Do you think the cops are not going to heighten their awareness against anyone who is black from now on? It will come back to bite the blacks... possibly even those blacks who are not even part of the Black Lies Matters movement. Even prominent blacks will have to worry about be singled out even more than they already are. And the reason why they already are singled out is because of the high crime rates including murder from those groups. The FBI statistics prove this:

According to the FBI 2013 homicide statistics:
Whites killed 189 blacks and 2,509 whites.
Blacks killed 409 whites and 2,245 blacks.


Blacks killed twice as many whites as whites killed blacks.
Blacks killed just about as many blacks as whites killed whites.


Since blacks are only about 1/7th of the population of the US, to be on par with whites (based on the total population of each), blacks should have only killed 27 whites and only 358 blacks.


Compare:
blacks that killed whites: 409
what blacks should have killed to be on par with whites: 27


blacks that killed blacks: 1,245
what blacks should have killed to be on par with whites: 358


This shows that a higher percentage of the total black population are more violent than the percentage of the total white population.


If whites had killed as many as blacks have killed, as a percentage of their populations:


whites should have killed 2863 blacks
whites should have killed 15,715 whites


https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2013/crime-in-the...

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Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#1

The authorities in Houston have arrested suspect Shannon J. Miles for the shooting of that deputy. The deputy was shot 3 times in the back and once in the head.

Shannon J. Miles' work history and education:
http://www.beyond.com/99E8C7FC-EDEE-4E82-B8EE-87075482E017

Quote conservativetreehouse.com:It appears the person currently being questioned by law enforcement has “learning disabilities”, which is generally code-speak for “mentally impaired”. As a consequence therein, a strong possibility exists that the suspect’s behavior could be prone to the influence of others…. we would not be surprised if this turns out to be accurate.

But, according to the previous link I gave it seems he earned a bachelor's degree. Although his work history looks to be very disappointing.

photo of suspect:

https://theconservativetreehouse.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/harris-coun...

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hollygolightly 4 years 11 weeks ago
#2

I am very disappointed in the method the progressive community is marketing themselves. Thom Hartmann and a few others are really pushing the division of sexes and races in America. I see this as destructive and I think they have a great deal to do with the the state of current race relations in America today. This ridiculous "hate all the police" meme that is being pushed sickens me. I will be curious how much airtime Mr. Hartmann will give to the officer slaughtered in Houston. Instead Thom will blame Ronald Reagan or the always fall back "gun violence". Will Al Sharpton lead a march in Houston over the death of this officer? Probably not, as there is no money to be made.

I speak not to the few hotheads and malcontents that prowl here, but to the supposed leaders that actually can sway many listeners. I listen to both left and right radio and I see far more attempts at dividing the country coming from the left. I have really changed my opinion of which side to lean toward in the last few months listening to as much radio as I have. I am very disappointed in many of my Democratic brothers and sisters for their actions. I always considered myself a liberal progressive and I am increasingly ashamed of making my thoughts public in a coffee room setting.

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Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#3

I hear ya, hollygolightly, I'm in the same situation. I always thought I was a progressive liberal democrat but that is sure changing. And those clique democrats can just blame themselves for losing out to Republicans. There are those, on this board, who will claim that you are not a real progressive liberal unless you buy in to their specific little clique (gay, women's lib, PETA, or any of the other issues that are not necessarily held as important by the majority of progressive liberals.

I am not gay but have no problem with gays unless they are starting to make demands that inconveniences and embarrasses others. They can do whatever the heck they want to in their own bedrooms. But when they start trying to force their lifestyles on the rest of us then that's where I draw the line. The same thing with blacks. The same thing with women's lib, or save the seals or the gay spotted owls.

I've had black friends over the many years of my life and never had a problem with them, nor they of me. I considered them as equals, some were obviously even superior in many ways; and, I abhored what the slaves went through by bigoted racist white people hundreds of years ago. But we whites today had absolutely nothing to do with any of that and I refuse to accept that we should have to pay anything at all for what other people did hundreds of years ago. And believe me, the ones to be hit up for paying taxes to pay for reparations will be hard working tax payers and not the wealthy corporations.

I have no problem with the people today who are not making ridiculous demands and who are law abiding citizens that are not likely to rob or kill me. But there are some really hateful, racist black troublemakers out there who have made martyrs out of criminals and who are making ridiculous demands like "reparations" that would only make today's middle class whites pay for the wrongs of people they may not even be related to from hundreds of years ago. And many of today's blacks, who are being the most demanding and hateful, may not have even been descended from the US slaves. They may have come over from Africa, or elsewhere, in the last 50 or 100 years by plane or boat. Even THEIR black ancestors may have been slave traders. Yet, they are screaming: "reparations now!" They are spreading their hate of cops and even of white people in general. And now they cowardly sneak up behind white people and shoot them. That's terrorism, no better than if ISIS was cutting off heads because their victims refuse to convert to Islam on the spot.

Maybe a number of countries from which slaves were taken by ancient Rome should hit Italians up for reparations. Maybe the tribes in Africa who mauraded other tribes and took slaves and either used them as slaves or sold them into slavery should pay reparations to the decendents of those victimized tribes. And watch today's blacks squirm out of that one if they happened to be decendents of such slaver tribes, eh? ;-} And you can probably think of a lot of other examples in our world history where one could possibly make similar accusations and demands. But they would all be pretty ridiculous to apply them today. It would victimize people who had nothing to do with the past.

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Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#4

Close up facial photo of Shannon J. Miles: By the way, he went to the same university as Sandra Bland and has had an extensive history with police. They must have taken the same hate whitey class.

http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/08/29/alleged-texas-cop-killer-charg...

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zapdam 4 years 11 weeks ago
#5

Palindromedary .....NOW whose spreading racist HATE. You need to look in the mirror.

jflum 4 years 11 weeks ago
#6

To#2

The issue is not "hate all cops". We are in a police state. This is UN-American. It has to stop. We can't even have a discussion of police tactics. So I have to say "kill-a-cop" to get people's attention. And then I have to propose outrageous solutions so that cops realize that THEY are the criminals.

What do I want? PEACE. Ya got a buncha Neadrathal misfits who are desperately trying to keep their jobs..FIRE THEM. Hire PEACE officers....follow Palm Beach's example.

EX. In Palm Beach, I had a bully tailgating me and bumped into my rear bumper. I got out with my hammer, ready to teach that bully a lesson. A woman cop showed up...she calmed things down...asked if there was any real damage to my bymper...told the other guy not to tailgate.....PEACE

In Houghton, an illegal thug tried to illegally turn off my water, which I considered an assault on my wife. I yelled at him.

Police response? 50 fully militarized stormtroopers with tanks and helicopters, while they had my friend, an FBI agent, ON THE PHONE.

May God save this Great United States of America and have Mother Nature make the blue flu fatal.

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billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#7

It's insane for a police officer to be assassinated for upholding the law. This police officer didn't even have anyone pulled over. He was getting coffee or something.

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billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#8

This happened 5 miles from where I went to highschool. This is insane

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Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#9

billsmith: He was pumping gas and shot in the back 3 times, then the black guy walks over to the cop laying on the ground and shoots him in the head.
A real chickensh!t coward who went to the same university with Sandra Bland.

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Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#10

zapdam: I am not racist. Whatever in the world gave you that idea? I'll bet you don't think all of those blacks who are making death threats to whites and even killing them are racists, do you? But they are! They are conducting hate crimes and acts of terror which makes them terrorists.

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billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#11

Also I have read some of what you, hollygolightly, and Karl have written. Do you know of any websites where blacks are not attacking white liberals? Where you don't feel threatened to simply speak out?

Also, i'd like to get yalls email addresses. Mine is BillSmith0803@yahoo.com if yall would like to send me your email addresses.

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Alberto Ceras 2 4 years 11 weeks ago
#12
Quote hollygolightly:

I am very disappointed in the method the progressive community is marketing themselves. Thom Hartmann and a few others are really pushing the division of sexes and races in America. I see this as destructive and I think they have a great deal to do with the the state of current race relations in America today. This ridiculous "hate all the police" meme that is being pushed sickens me. I will be curious how much airtime Mr. Hartmann will give to the officer slaughtered in Houston.

I share your disappointment, holly. Thom slipped the stirrups some time back but stalwarts such as Chris Hedges haven't budged. It may be just me but I attribute much of the present climate of discord to Obama's cowardice and seeming lust for killing.

Thank you for your comments.

jflum 4 years 11 weeks ago
#13

#7 Cops don't uphold the law...they break the law. EVERY cop will lie under oath to protect their 'Buddy". They are criminals and should be treated as criminals.

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billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#14

Palindromedary

Officer Goforth was a Harris County deputy. It was Harris County (on horseback and in front of jail on foot) that backed up Waller County at the Sandra Bland protest at Waller County jail.

http://tinyurl.com/ptf5n6a

Palindromedary's picture
Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#15

billsmith: I would rather play it safe and not make it easier than it already is to give away my identity. There are a lot of very devious and very dangerous people out there, in internet-land, that I'd rather not meet... especially if they are gunning for me. Look what happened to those two reporters in Virginia and that deputy in Texas. They will sneak up on someone from the back and kill them. Some of these people are calling me a "scared white guy" and to that I say so-what, damn right I'm scared that they will sneak up behind me some time and shoot me in the back just like the cowards that they are and have proven to be. All you have to do is read what they have written.. very scary and very threatening! It is better to avoid posting one's identity on the internet. No real names, no addresses, no emails. But even then, I'm sure they can hack into systems to discover who you are.

Legend 4 years 11 weeks ago
#16

The problem is a gun society that seems to think we are better off when everyone has guns and the deadlier the better. The killer guns are in our society because of Republicans. These are not weapons for hunting. They are weapons for killing people. The officers blood is on the hands of the Republicans for allowing this man and other insane people and criminals to purchase guns legally. Cops lives matter. When they tried to do minor increases in this state the only major objector was the State Sheriffs. Radical right wing gun nuts.

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Alberto Ceras 2 4 years 11 weeks ago
#17
Quote Legend:The killer guns are in our society because of Republicans.

You might check Bernie Sanders' record on gun control.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2015/05/bernie_sanders_on_guns_vermont_independent_voted_against_gun_control_for.html

Bernie Sanders, Gun Nut

He supported the most reprehensible pro-gun legislation in recent memory.

By Mark Joseph Stern

When Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders jumped into the 2016 presidential race, he was widely hailed as a far-left socialist who would appeal to the liberal wing of the Democratic Party. A liberal challenge to Hillary Clinton, said Politico. True progressives’ liberal alternative, trumpeted FiveThirtyEight. But before liberal Democrats flock to Sanders, they should remember that the Vermont senator stands firmly to Clinton’s right on one issue of overwhelming importance to the Democratic base: gun control. During his time in Congress, Sanders opposed several moderate gun control bills. He also supported the most odious NRA–backed law in recent memory—one that may block Sandy Hook families from winning a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the gun used to massacre their children.

Sanders, an economic populist and middle-class pugilist, doesn’t talk much about guns on the campaign trail. But his voting record paints the picture of a legislator who is both skeptical of gun control and invested in the interests of gun owners—and manufacturers. In 1993, then-Rep. Sanders voted againstthe Brady Act, which mandated federal background checks for gun purchasers and restricted felons’ access to firearms. As a senator, Sanders supported bills to allow firearms in checked bags on Amtrak trains and block funding to any foreign aid organization that registered or taxed Americans’ guns. Sanders is dubious that gun control could help prevent gun violence, telling one interviewer after Sandy Hook that “if you passed the strongest gun control legislation tomorrow, I don’t think it will have a profound effect on the tragedies we have seen.” (He has since endorsedsome modest gun control measures.)

With eye on the ballot and tuned to public opinion Bernie will likely reverse his previous stand. I anticipate his immediate “stumpers” and chest thumpers will feature gun control.

Yes, by golly, he wasted no time. Just four hours ago:

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/08/30/politics/bernie-sanders-gun-control-2016/

Bernie Sanders says he's 'strong' on gun control

By Eric Bradner, CNN

Updated 1632 GMT (2332 HKT) August 30, 2015 | Video Source: CNN

And the Bern folks will lap it up.

“What, me a career politician? Humph.”

Has the man’s ever held any other job?

Palindromedary's picture
Palindromedary 4 years 11 weeks ago
#18

If they don't have guns, they'll buy gasoline or knives, or some other item that can be used to kill people. Some people are so huge and powerful that they can kill people with their bare hands.

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billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#19

If we got rid of all guns then only criminals would have guns. It's ridiculous to blame the instrument of death as the cause of death. But for those whose choose to believe that instruments murder and not the people, then we would need to get rid of cars too because they kill. So do airplanes, 18 wheelers, motorcycles, boats, knives, forks, axes, propane gas, electricity, water, etc... so basically everyone would have to walk anywhere and everywhere but without socks because socks can be used to strangle no one would be allowed to swim becacause they might drown. no food would be delivered because there would be no transportation. People's hands would have to be amputated because hands can kill but then how would we eat? SO it is better to blame the criminals who choose to murder than the instrument guns, knives etc... Regulate guns cars and so on so that only legally sane licensed people are allowed to own and operate them.

billsmith's picture
billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#20

Pal

If you would create a fake email address that would be fine with me and then email me at BillSmith0803@yahoo.com. I would like to correspond with you. Possibly organize another website for progressive liberals. You do not need to tell me your true identity. I understand your caution.

billsmith's picture
billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#21

Police state? And what would we do without cops? Crooked and straight? Hypothetically? Lets see with no cops everyone would drive however they wanted ignoring stop signs and red lights. Thus more fatalities through car accidents would increase. This would be like the movie "The Purge" where law would be suspended. Only instead for 24 hours it would be 365 days a year. Anyone could blow anybody away at anytime. Oh how fun would that be? Lets see well you couldnt leave your house unless you owned an armored car. Then you could not stay in your house unless it was an armored prison house. I dont know how many of those are available on the housing market. Then there would be no 911 because there are no cops. Hundreds of thousands of Americans would be raped murdered butchered beaten shot stabbed beheaded etc... daily because there would be no cops to keep order. The people who had guns would take over and form cults with 1 dictator at the top who would administer justice or injustice at the dictators whim. He would be judge and executioner. These rival cults of violence would then go to war with each other sacrificing the peons in the gang wars until 1 violent cult won out over another. Then all the men in the beaten cult would executed and the women and children would be turned into slaves. The women for sex slavery and the children for work slavery. This war would continue to near indefinite. White people who could not go to work anymore would turn to gang violence themselves. White people outnumbering blacks 7 to 1 would probably near genocide the blacks to extinction. Corporations who have flown out of the country to avoid the purge would jump in to buy up property from those who have perishe, cheaply. People would tire of constant blood letting and would want a peaceful society where no one was being murdered butchered and or raped. Eventually the INTELLIGENT masses of people would fight for a democracy of a society for peace and beat down the cults of violence or buy them off. Then once the cults of violence are bought off they recruit and corrupt some police officers to have thier backs. If you want to play you have to pay. So then the world is back to having cops in it. Yeah some corrupt some not. But it's better than no cops at all or a war on cops. Police state? No its human nature. Human society is not perfect and never will be. I myself? would like to call 911 and have the police handle someone breaking into my house or robbing or attacking me. If it were just a violent cult gang leader I had to call? He may not like me and let me be attacked. Im glad we have law enforcement to protect us. I support them and record them at the same time. If they break the law then I sue them. PERIOD. So no cops? In my calculation? would actually backfire on black people in the long run simply because blacks dont have the numbers to fight white people. You could over run inner cities. true. But the countryside would have blacks surrounded. Simple numbers whites would eventually win.

Legend 4 years 11 weeks ago
#22
Quote billsmith:

If we got rid of all guns then only criminals would have guns. It's ridiculous to blame the instrument of death as the cause of death. But for those whose choose to believe that instruments murder and not the people, then we would need to get rid of cars too because they kill. So do airplanes, 18 wheelers, motorcycles, boats, knives, forks, axes, propane gas, electricity, water, etc... so basically everyone would have to walk anywhere and everywhere but without socks because socks can be used to strangle no one would be allowed to swim becacause they might drown. no food would be delivered because there would be no transportation. People's hands would have to be amputated because hands can kill but then how would we eat? SO it is better to blame the criminals who choose to murder than the instrument guns, knives etc... Regulate guns cars and so on so that only legally sane licensed people are allowed to own and operate them.

Tell me why countries with sane gun laws do not have a murder rate anywhere near what the murder rate is in the USA. Why is he USA by far the leader in murder?

Legend 4 years 11 weeks ago
#23
Quote Alberto Ceras 2:
Quote Legend:The killer guns are in our society because of Republicans.

You might check Bernie Sanders' record on gun control.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2015/05/bernie_sanders_on_guns_vermont_independent_voted_against_gun_control_for.html

Bernie Sanders, Gun Nut

He supported the most reprehensible pro-gun legislation in recent memory.

By Mark Joseph Stern

When Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders jumped into the 2016 presidential race, he was widely hailed as a far-left socialist who would appeal to the liberal wing of the Democratic Party. A liberal challenge to Hillary Clinton, said Politico. True progressives’ liberal alternative, trumpeted FiveThirtyEight. But before liberal Democrats flock to Sanders, they should remember that the Vermont senator stands firmly to Clinton’s right on one issue of overwhelming importance to the Democratic base: gun control. During his time in Congress, Sanders opposed several moderate gun control bills. He also supported the most odious NRA–backed law in recent memory—one that may block Sandy Hook families from winning a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the gun used to massacre their children.

Sanders, an economic populist and middle-class pugilist, doesn’t talk much about guns on the campaign trail. But his voting record paints the picture of a legislator who is both skeptical of gun control and invested in the interests of gun owners—and manufacturers. In 1993, then-Rep. Sanders voted againstthe Brady Act, which mandated federal background checks for gun purchasers and restricted felons’ access to firearms. As a senator, Sanders supported bills to allow firearms in checked bags on Amtrak trains and block funding to any foreign aid organization that registered or taxed Americans’ guns. Sanders is dubious that gun control could help prevent gun violence, telling one interviewer after Sandy Hook that “if you passed the strongest gun control legislation tomorrow, I don’t think it will have a profound effect on the tragedies we have seen.” (He has since endorsedsome modest gun control measures.)

With eye on the ballot and tuned to public opinion Bernie will likely reverse his previous stand. I anticipate his immediate “stumpers” and chest thumpers will feature gun control.

Yes, by golly, he wasted no time. Just four hours ago:

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/08/30/politics/bernie-sanders-gun-control-2016/

Bernie Sanders says he's 'strong' on gun control

By Eric Bradner, CNN

Updated 1632 GMT (2332 HKT) August 30, 2015 | Video Source: CNN

And the Bern folks will lap it up.

“What, me a career politician? Humph.”

Has the man’s ever held any other job?

Bernie Sanders has a career rating of D- with the NRA.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bernie-sanders-gun-control-record_55...

Being a career fighter for the rtghts of the middle class is nothing wrong. Is Trump better because he has never ran for political office?

Legend 4 years 11 weeks ago
#24
Quote Alberto Ceras 2:
Quote Legend:The killer guns are in our society because of Republicans.

You might check Bernie Sanders' record on gun control.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2015/05/bernie_sanders_on_guns_vermont_independent_voted_against_gun_control_for.html

Bernie Sanders, Gun Nut

He supported the most reprehensible pro-gun legislation in recent memory.

By Mark Joseph Stern

When Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders jumped into the 2016 presidential race, he was widely hailed as a far-left socialist who would appeal to the liberal wing of the Democratic Party. A liberal challenge to Hillary Clinton, said Politico. True progressives’ liberal alternative, trumpeted FiveThirtyEight. But before liberal Democrats flock to Sanders, they should remember that the Vermont senator stands firmly to Clinton’s right on one issue of overwhelming importance to the Democratic base: gun control. During his time in Congress, Sanders opposed several moderate gun control bills. He also supported the most odious NRA–backed law in recent memory—one that may block Sandy Hook families from winning a lawsuit against the manufacturer of the gun used to massacre their children.

Sanders, an economic populist and middle-class pugilist, doesn’t talk much about guns on the campaign trail. But his voting record paints the picture of a legislator who is both skeptical of gun control and invested in the interests of gun owners—and manufacturers. In 1993, then-Rep. Sanders voted againstthe Brady Act, which mandated federal background checks for gun purchasers and restricted felons’ access to firearms. As a senator, Sanders supported bills to allow firearms in checked bags on Amtrak trains and block funding to any foreign aid organization that registered or taxed Americans’ guns. Sanders is dubious that gun control could help prevent gun violence, telling one interviewer after Sandy Hook that “if you passed the strongest gun control legislation tomorrow, I don’t think it will have a profound effect on the tragedies we have seen.” (He has since endorsedsome modest gun control measures.)

With eye on the ballot and tuned to public opinion Bernie will likely reverse his previous stand. I anticipate his immediate “stumpers” and chest thumpers will feature gun control.

Yes, by golly, he wasted no time. Just four hours ago:

http://edition.cnn.com/2015/08/30/politics/bernie-sanders-gun-control-2016/

Bernie Sanders says he's 'strong' on gun control

By Eric Bradner, CNN

Updated 1632 GMT (2332 HKT) August 30, 2015 | Video Source: CNN

And the Bern folks will lap it up.

“What, me a career politician? Humph.”

Has the man’s ever held any other job?

Bernie Sanders has a career rating of D- with the NRA.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/bernie-sanders-gun-control-record_55...

Being a career fighter for the rtghts of the middle class is nothing wrong. Is Trump better because he has never ran for political office?

jflum 4 years 11 weeks ago
#25

#21 Boy, do you have a bad opinion of people. Growing up in Oak Park outside Detroit, we NEVER had a need for cops. We did have one bully who moved in and 25 girls got together and beat the shit out of him.

No murders, no rape, no break-ins...Everybody looked out for everybody else.

And for the real bad ones we had the motorcycle gang...one word from my wife and they would beat the shit out of any criminal. Or if they were really really bad criminals, they would "disappear".

Fast forward to today...most crimes are solved by the PEOPLE. If you gave people "rewards" for disabling criminals, you would not need cops.

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Robindell 4 years 11 weeks ago
#26

jflum makes simple-minded, largely inaccurate and exaggerated comments about the police which are not helpful because the statements are extreme and somewhat unrealistic.

Criticisms of blacks on these blogs conveniently omit long-standing, and current, racism on the part of those whites who harbor prejudice. Racism is not the main issue these days. The problem is social inequality and poverty, which relatively few white Americans understand or care about, no matter what a person's race or ethnicity happens to be.

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area51sea 4 years 11 weeks ago
#27

This is why America is stupid, tribalism Two people you do not know, never have and never would of met, and if there is a difference in skin color , then all the sudden if the victim has the same melanin as you and the other is darker or lighter , then all the sudden you put your self in the shoes of that person just because of the skin color and think that could of been me or friend or family member and all the sudden are suspicious of the others, and all persons with that different skin color.

This way of cave man thinking vastly effects people of color more then white people because the media is presented from a Whiteman view on society. The white man is control of most of America , from the government to your dwindling ma and pa stores in America.

So one black guy kills a cop or reporter in cold blood, then all the sudden in can cast shade on a entire race.

So there are dumb whites that see incidences like this, and if they are in a position of power , a judge may give harsher sentences , an employers may not hire a person of color, A landlord may not rent to a person of color, because they are to fucking stupid to realize every person is there own person.

So don't take the action of one person and the writings of another to fool you into voting against your own self interest, you have to be smarter then that.

And people realize that fear is the greatest motivator and will use bogeymen into scaring you into voting against your own interest and they walk away with the money.

We didn't bomb Michigan after the Oklahoma city bombing , but spent trillions on two wars after the twin towers were taken down, because an action of few cast shade on an entire religion

So don't let the writing of a few scare you, and with happenstance a nut case commits a heinous act and fool you into thinking this cave man way of thinking.

Because all the sudden didn't start freaking about white people when the Oklahoma city bomber or Dylan roof committed these heinous acts and you didn't to start to think at any time these white people i work with or you see walking down the street could all the sudden snap and kill me.

jflum 4 years 11 weeks ago
#28

#26 How can a life experience be inaccurate? You people sit in your mothers basement quoting some bureaucrat who needs to keep his job. All solutions to major problem are simple, you people don't want to admit how evil and rotten and stupid you are. I built 4,000 projects...I NEVER ran into a problem I couldn't solve. And 99% of my projects were on time, on budget with good quality. I also had numerous death threats and many contractors tried to get me kicked op\ff the job. I am NOT in the goodoleboy network.

I GET THINGS DONE ( why do you think Trump is so popular? )

#27 What was so heinous about Oklahoma city bombing?

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area51sea 4 years 11 weeks ago
#29

#28 is that a serious question? , maybe if one of your children were in that building you could understand why it was so heinous.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/54/1b/c2/541bc2943d8daa48a33ec2464399d60c.jpg

jflum 4 years 11 weeks ago
#30

#29

Fast forward...

Timothy McVeigh finally received the praise that was due him. He is the founder of the People's Revolution.

He brought to everyone's attention the corrupt government that existed in the 20th century.

The hippies of 1960 called it the military/industrial complex.

The Veitnam war veterans came back devastated from killing children

The Middle East war veterans are tramatized with killing civilians over oil.

And the only person who DID SOMETHING was McVeigh.

Unfortunately, the people were not quite ready then. Koch&Co had convinced them that science was bad, we have to fear, a police state is good.

When we came close to losing the entire planet, the PEOPLE finally DID SOMETHING and took over and gutted Koch&CO and started living sensibly...all thanks to McVeigh

billsmith's picture
billsmith 4 years 11 weeks ago
#31
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Quote billsmith:

If we got rid of all guns then only criminals would have guns. It's ridiculous to blame the instrument of death as the cause of death. But for those whose choose to believe that instruments murder and not the people, then we would need to get rid of cars too because they kill. So do airplanes, 18 wheelers, motorcycles, boats, knives, forks, axes, propane gas, electricity, water, etc... so basically everyone would have to walk anywhere and everywhere but without socks because socks can be used to strangle no one would be allowed to swim because they might drown. no food would be delivered because there would be no transportation. People's hands would have to be amputated because hands can kill but then how would we eat? SO it is better to blame the criminals who choose to murder than the instrument guns, knives etc... Regulate guns cars and so on so that only legally sane licensed people are allowed to own and operate them.

Tell me why countries with sane gun laws do not have a murder rate anywhere near what the murder rate is in the USA. Why is he USA by far the leader in murder?

Ok I am new to the statistics but which countries have "sane" gun laws better than than the USA? I think gun shows in the USA are horrendous. USA let criminals buy guns illegally. I'm with you for intensive background checks for gun purchases and if you take one look at the highways that we all drive on I see insane drivers putting other peoples lives in danger everyday. So I am for stricter "sane" drivers licenses ( above moron IQ ) as well as INTENSIVE BACKGROUND gun licenses. I always tell my friends "if you want to see the REAL person in someone? Then follow them in traffic and see how they drive. Also take a peek in their parked car to see if it's clean or not. THAT'S WHO THEY REALLY ARE.

i agree guns made every man the same size. There is no doubt. because guns make it possible for smaller people to kill big people is no reason to take guns from sane people who are thoroughly vented and licensed.

But in your statistics of the USA as highest in murder which I have not seen yet, does it say how many were licensed firearm murderers and how many were criminals who murdered?

Could it be that the USA has a higher number of murderous criminals running the streets?

Just one more question, could you explain the extremely high murder rate in US prisons where there are practically no gun deaths prisoner on prisoner? the prisoners have no guns. How does extemly high murder rates in prison happen then? Could it be the murderous criminals? or the lack of guns in prison? Which cause the high murder rates

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Dexterous 4 years 10 weeks ago
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Bill, understand it is a federal crime to sell a firearm to a known felon. If I choose to sell a gun to a private individual without going through a licensed dealer, I am responsible for what gun does for one year from the date of sale. The laws are on the books, there are too many weak judges. Gotta be PC.

jflum 4 years 10 weeks ago
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Forget statistics...use some common sense. When you see your cop on TV with full military gear, driving tanks...to control the people..what is a proper response?

Buy a AK-47, build a bunker in your backyard, and prepare for the coming war/

We need a LEADER...call for a truce...EVERYBODY puts down their arms.

How about starting local militia for the gun nuts to get their rocks off??

How about BANNING all depiction of murder and violence. Kids see a million people killed by the time they are 18 so they think that it is normal.

Let's stop the fear and talk about PEACE ( that would put foxnews out of business)

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