Saturday, December 2, 2017

Which Is It? What's Your Problem?

Take your pick.  Which is it?

Americans simply hate black people-and that's why they voted for the Nazi we currently have in the White House.

American cops still get away with killing blacks-and no one can claim that they aren't complying with orders, because they die while in the act of doing so.

Once again, the vast majority of those in American "law enforcement" are the same as their twisted leader

What if I told you that I don't stand for the American flag anymore?  Hell, I haven't said the Pledge of Allegiance since Ronald Reagan committed treason in the 1980s.  I was in high school when Iran-Contra went down, and I had hoped John Hinckley, Jr. would get another crack at him.

Alas, it was not to be.  I guess it was almost punishment enough to see both of his natural children grow up to become staunch liberals, while the adopted Michael remained a conservative (probably out of guilt).

The songs I wrote in my heavy metal band in Los Angeles in the 1980s actually called for Reagan's sentence to be carried out.  Then again, Suicidal Tendencies had already beaten me to it.

We liberals always knew that racism was bubbling under the cheese of the pizza-and Donald Trump continues to cut that cheese every single day he remains in power.

Trump is nothing more than a white nationalist.

As for me, I have a Latina in my sights, and I want to be a father for the first time in my life, but if Trump's SS goons try anything, I'm afraid I'm just going to have to kick their asses.

Trump has called for law and order.  Let me share with you what James B. Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said on February 12, 2015 in his speech at Georgetown University:

"But that leads me to my third hard truth: something happens to people in law enforcement. Many of us develop different flavors of cynicism that we work hard to resist because they can be lazy mental shortcuts. For example, criminal suspects routinely lie about their guilt, and nearly everybody we charge is guilty. That makes it easy for some folks in law enforcement to assume that everybody is lying and that no suspect, regardless of their race, could be innocent. Easy, but wrong.
Likewise, police officers on patrol in our nation’s cities often work in environments where a hugely disproportionate percentage of street crime is committed by young men of color. Something happens to people of good will working in that environment. After years of police work, officers often can’t help but be influenced by the cynicism they feel.
A mental shortcut becomes almost irresistible and maybe even rational by some lights. The two young black men on one side of the street look like so many others the officer has locked up. Two white men on the other side of the street—even in the same clothes—do not. The officer does not make the same association about the two white guys, whether that officer is white or black. And that drives different behavior. The officer turns toward one side of the street and not the other. We need to come to grips with the fact that this behavior complicates the relationship between police and the communities they serve."

Police brutality-especially against African-Americans, is the reason why Colin Kaepernick knelt during the National Anthem. 

He is a hero because he calls attention to one of America's greatest lies; that people are not judged by the content of their character, but rather by the color of their skin.  If the opposite were true, President Obama would never had to have fight the racist Republican Party to save this country from their failed economic policies and Donald Trump would not be in the White House-especially since Hillary Clinton won by three million votes.

So, you have one black man kneeling during the National Anthem and another black man with his hand over his heart during the playing of the same.

What's your problem?

Oh, did I ever tell you that Adam and Eve were black?

Deal with it, okay?

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