Beep Beep wrote:
How come when people make note of black Americans assassinating other black Americans, they're told to shut up. It's not relevant, etc.
It's interesting how many in white America are trying to bring light to the epidemic of murder within black America, but they're called racist. People telling other people to stop killing each other, is white supremacy and racist.
This sh-t is mind-boggling and completely bizarre.
Of those black people who kill other black people, how many are video taped doing it, identified, and then not charged and convicted of murder? If every time a cop murdered a black dude, he got 20 years in jail, nobody would be protesting.
I understand what you're saying, but the reality is, a lot of cops have been to trial and for whatever reason, walked. Are all of those jurors racist? Most likely not.
A couple of high profile examples... Michael Brown reached in the police car in force, and got himself killed. Sad, but that's reality.
Trayvon Martin doubled back on Zimmerman, waited for him, jumped him from behind, and got himself killed. Sad, but that's reality.
Again, the BLM movement against police brutality, etc is understandable. But the fact that in one city alone, about 700 black men, women, and children are murdered every year by another black individual, has to be acknowledged, as well.
The entire country is behind George Floyd and his family. Nobody knows the names of those murdered in Chicago this past weekend.
On a further point, Floyd was committing a crime. Should he have died? Absolutely not. What about the five year old girl that was killed? Was she committing a crime? The obvious answer is no.