T Nation

Is This Guy a Hero?

I can’t believe that this man is being held up as a hero. Nobody mentioned that he was also a rapist… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QKcARdl2w

Well,no watermelon for them at the next family reunion.

I don’t even no where to begin with that mess…other than to make a joke…sorry.

[quote]jawara wrote:
I can’t believe that this man is being held up as a hero. Nobody mentioned that he was also a rapist… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QKcARdl2w[/quote]

The demonstration took place outside the “people’s socialist party office”, did anyone else catch that?
Expect more of this shit, it’s socially acceptable to demonstrate for morally flawed causes.

Youtube is blocked on government computers so I can’t see what it is… can somebody give me a rundown?

[quote]archiewhittaker wrote:
jawara wrote:
I can’t believe that this man is being held up as a hero. Nobody mentioned that he was also a rapist… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QKcARdl2w

The demonstration took place outside the “people’s socialist party office”, did anyone else catch that?
Expect more of this shit, it’s socially acceptable to demonstrate for morally flawed causes.[/quote]

Yeah I did. I think you and I are on the same line of thinking.

[quote]jawara wrote:
archiewhittaker wrote:

The demonstration took place outside the “people’s socialist party office”, did anyone else catch that?
Expect more of this shit, it’s socially acceptable to demonstrate for morally flawed causes.

Yeah I did. I think you and I are on the same line of thinking.[/quote]

Hey, Jawara, remember that conversation we had back in January?

How’s that XCR? Still about two months away?

Oh well, in the meantime, you know what they say: get it cheap, and stack it deep.

[quote]jawara wrote:
I can’t believe that this man is being held up as a hero. Nobody mentioned that he was also a rapist… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QKcARdl2w [/quote]

Does not surprise me, look at how the guy who shot that cop in Philadelphia is being put out there like he's also some hero.

[quote]Varqanir wrote:
jawara wrote:
archiewhittaker wrote:

The demonstration took place outside the “people’s socialist party office”, did anyone else catch that?
Expect more of this shit, it’s socially acceptable to demonstrate for morally flawed causes.

Yeah I did. I think you and I are on the same line of thinking.

Hey, Jawara, remember that conversation we had back in January?

How’s that XCR? Still about two months away?

Oh well, in the meantime, you know what they say: get it cheap, and stack it deep.[/quote]

After I found out about wat these morons said/did that thread was one of the first things I thought about. How many more people think the same way? I can’t answer that question but I’m telling ALL of you, there’s no way that people with these ideals can coexist in this country with people think like, well me.

I agree with their assessment: The police do not represent anything good in the African American community…nor in my community for that matter.

However, they must come to terms with the idea that violence does not solve anything.

[quote]jawara wrote:
archiewhittaker wrote:
jawara wrote:
I can’t believe that this man is being held up as a hero. Nobody mentioned that he was also a rapist… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QKcARdl2w

The demonstration took place outside the “people’s socialist party office”, did anyone else catch that?
Expect more of this shit, it’s socially acceptable to demonstrate for morally flawed causes.

Yeah I did. I think you and I are on the same line of thinking.[/quote]

The socialists have been very successful in their campaign to undermine the traditional pillars of American society…the military, the police, religious traditions and so on. They took over Hollywood, the media and the schools and used them to great effect. The revolutionaries have also done a very careful job in manipulating less fortunate people. If a lot of the hoodwinked were ever to realize the endgame, I think it would all come crashing down. However, the worthless educational system and the ever growing use of state-sponsored handouts have done a sufficient job in blunting any awakening.

Also for consideration:

Although I will concede that the police do screw up and are being used to enforce way to many laws that should not exist in the first place, consider the forces you are throwing yourself in league with before you start the anit-police pile ons that seem to be so popular around here.

Libertarianism and anarchism are two very different things.

[quote]LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
I agree with their assessment: The police do not represent anything good in the African American community…nor in my community for that matter.

However, they must come to terms with the idea that violence does not solve anything.

[/quote]

I bet the 12 year old girl he raped would haved loved to have some police around when this animal snatched her of the street.

I’m curious, where are you from??

[quote]JD430 wrote:
jawara wrote:
archiewhittaker wrote:
jawara wrote:
The socialists have been very successful in their campaign to undermine the traditional pillars of American society…the military, the police, religious traditions and so on.

[/quote]

Dude don’t even get me started on what liberal values have done to the black community…

Holy shit.

Anyone wonder: are we truly witnessing more of this stuff, and therefore some progressive breakdown of civil order - or is it just that it seems so because youtube etc. make it more readily and rapdily available?

I fear the first is true; I truly hope the second is - otherwise, we are all in for a very rough time.

[quote]jawara wrote:
LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
I agree with their assessment: The police do not represent anything good in the African American community…nor in my community for that matter.

However, they must come to terms with the idea that violence does not solve anything.

I bet the 12 year old girl he raped would haved loved to have some police around when this animal snatched her of the street.

I’m curious, where are you from?? [/quote]

Don’t waste your time there.

[quote]tom63 wrote:
jawara wrote:
I can’t believe that this man is being held up as a hero. Nobody mentioned that he was also a rapist… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6QKcARdl2w

Does not surprise me, look at how the guy who shot that cop in Philadelphia is being put out there like he's also some hero.

[/quote]

Which cop? There’s been 5-6 of them in the past 2 years…

I’m honestly starting to believe Philadelphia needs to bring back police brutality.

[quote]jawara wrote:
LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
I agree with their assessment: The police do not represent anything good in the African American community…nor in my community for that matter.

However, they must come to terms with the idea that violence does not solve anything.

I bet the 12 year old girl he raped would haved loved to have some police around when this animal snatched her of the street.

I’m curious, where are you from?? [/quote]

Where I am from is of no matter. All police serve in the same capacity as armed thugs for the state.

That said, I never commented on the actions of the individual in question. I merely stated I agree with the speakers assessment of the police state.

I guess I just need to be matter of fact and state it plainly for the morality drum beaters:

Two wrongs don’t make a right.

Seriously, collectivist thinking is your undoing.

[quote]LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
jawara wrote:
LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
I agree with their assessment: The police do not represent anything good in the African American community…nor in my community for that matter.

However, they must come to terms with the idea that violence does not solve anything.

I bet the 12 year old girl he raped would haved loved to have some police around when this animal snatched her of the street.

I’m curious, where are you from??

Where I am from is of no matter. All police serve in the same capacity as armed thugs for the state.

That said, I never commented on the actions of the individual in question. I merely stated I agree with the speakers assessment of the police state.

I guess I just need to be matter of fact and state it plainly for the morality drum beaters:

Two wrongs don’t make a right.

Seriously, collectivist thinking is your undoing.[/quote]

When was the last time you ever heard of any of the Bloods Crips, MS13 or any really thugs saving anyone’s life or solving a crime??? And those same people who hate “da po leees” are going to be the same ones who dial 911 when “da block gits hot”.
Also I can honesty say that even though I am suppossed to hate the police they have done nothing but good to/for me.

[quote]LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
jawara wrote:
LIFTICVSMAXIMVS wrote:
I agree with their assessment: The police do not represent anything good in the African American community…nor in my community for that matter.

However, they must come to terms with the idea that violence does not solve anything.

I bet the 12 year old girl he raped would haved loved to have some police around when this animal snatched her of the street.

I’m curious, where are you from??

Where I am from is of no matter. All police serve in the same capacity as armed thugs for the state.

That said, I never commented on the actions of the individual in question. I merely stated I agree with the speakers assessment of the police state.

I guess I just need to be matter of fact and state it plainly for the morality drum beaters:

Two wrongs don’t make a right.

Seriously, collectivist thinking is your undoing.[/quote]

It cracks me up when people in the US talk about living in a police state. Yes there are things that are wrong. Yes, there is corruption but seriously, you have no idea how good you have it.

I’m pretty sure I’ve recently read that the US currently imprisons more people than anywhere else in the world.

[quote]GDI Inc wrote:
I’m pretty sure I’ve recently read that the US currently imprisons more people than anywhere else in the world.[/quote]

But to compare that with Stalinist Russia or North Korea where they didn’t imprison people, they just dissapeared them by the thousand is ludicrous.