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11th August 2015 at 10:50 pm
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This is supposed to be a fact check? It only presented a very limited and cleverly biased position.

The very large majority of people charged with rape, assault, larceny, burglary, auto theft, arson, forgery, fraud, embezzlement, vandalism, weapons violations, drug abuse, DUIs, public drunkeness, and disorderly conduct are WHITE people.

…Yet, the media portrayal of what a criminal is is a BLACK or LATINO person. Follow the law and police won’t harass you right?

Don’t believe the stats – see the FBI’s own table. https://www.fbi.gov/…/crime-in-the-u.s.-2011/tables/table-43

14th August 2015 at 8:14 pm
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Some white people are living in denial, and their moral self-righteousness denies the reality of what is going on all over the world. Instead of facing the reality that blacks are suffering because of instutionalize racism, they turn their heads and say to themselves it’s no so. They say it’s all black people fault to feel better about themselves. They also say “black people need to work hard like the rest of us if they want to get ahead. Whites discriminate when black apply for jobs, I have witnessed this myself. In the days of slavery there were just as many white Christians as it is today who thought it was ok to have slaves. Not only did they have them they were very brutal and cruel to them. Do any of you so call white Christians think those thousands of white people back then were right and were do you think they will spend eternity for their evilness? Some “say I didn’t have anything to do with slavery”, but fail to realize they are reaping the benefits from slavery to this day. Some of you are suffering from a superiority complex and deny it because, you are asinine. They (some white people) have these child-like delusions of entitlement to see everyone as the mistake except themselves. When it comes to the admitting their sins they resort to lies and spew out kind nonsense when the facts dismantles their arguments. Their arguments aren’t built on factual research, but instead its reflected by ignorance, hate and arrogance. Claiming that another race is inferior to their own is good for their self esteem and they need these pointless forms rhetoric to balance their inner conflicting issues with GUILT. I have been in this world 70 years and witness a lot of evil done to whites, blacks and all groups of people. God knows it’s the truth, when I say no other group of people except the native Americans have been treated as cruel and brutal as blacks. It’s beyond me how anyone who know anything about God, can think that God will allow those who do these evil to go unpunished. By no means am I saying black people are angels, there’s good and bad in every ethnic group and those who sin will have to answer to God no matter who you are and what color you are. As a whole whites have committed more crimes against blacks it would take blacks 400 years to catch up. When I think of how black people have been treated and how they are treated to this day, it brings to mind this passage from the bible. Ps. Hear what the word of God is saying: Sin speaks to the wicked deep in their hearts; they reject God and do not have reverence for him. Because they think so highly of themselves, they think that God will not discover their sin and condemn it. Their speech is wicked and full of lies; they no longer do what is wise and good. They make evil plans as they lie in bed; nothing they do is good, and they never reject anything evil. The wicked plot against good people and glare at them with hate. But the Lord laughs at wicked people, because he knows they will soon be destroyed. The wicked draw their swords and bend their bows to kill the poor and needy, to slaughter those who do what is right; but they will be killed by their own swords, and their bows will be smashed. If you believe it or not, we will all have to stand before God in judgment. I’m so glad God is the final judge of who’s right and whose wrong and I wouldn’t want to be the socks in the shoes of those who are wrong and think they are right.

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