Another example, of society rewarding bizarre Black citizens, who assist White's racism

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    Or that he simply made a mistake. You mean to tell me you never had mords wingled or your twongue tisted?
     
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    Mistake?

    ROFL.

    Your reply here, is inline with Al Roker's in terms of assisting and aiding the new American culture of exterminating Black citizens.

    Unfortunately we see it thanks to cops and GOVT and Corp-America that the legacy of slavery is still going strong, today. Yes therefore it makes no sense whatsoever to reward citizens who disrespect the nation's most successful anti-Racism citizen ever; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    By giving that meteorologist his job back, or supporting giving him his job back, both you and Al Roker have potentially assisted with Racism. Which is one of Dr. MLKJr's quotes btw LOL about how if you are not fighting against Racism then you are no doubt 'assisting racism' in the USA.

    This idea of giving him his job back, is inline with the "Dred Scot Rule" that Black citizens are slowly losing their Rights, as the non-Black citizenry (especially cops) no longer feel a need to respect their Rights.

    Because oh yes, you can trust that if the meteorologist had spoken that foul nonsense about the name of a great American hero who fought against The Holocaust??? Or a colossal, LGBTQ Advocate?

    Al Roker and you, both, would be fired from your jobs ---for saying Jeremy should get his job back. Yes after mocking the name of our nation's most celebrated Holocaust champion especially
    . Yes I would surely bet, that you would not have this same stance/talking about only made a mistake, in The Holocaust situation.

    Expect Al Roker to receive some Pop Culture reward for this, real soon, as his A-list status is about to skyrocket for him doing the unthinkable here of "celebrating" Black America's funeral.
     
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    Lol.



    Wow. No matter what the subject is, you always seem to manage blaming cops.


    That's a risk I'm willing to take. Shouldn't a person be proven guilty in order to dish out out punishment. Shouldn't we take the time for all the facts to come into light, distance ourselves from our preconceived notions and the situation itself to get a better understanding, cover all angles as to what other possible ways to explain this, and not auditory exclude anything?

    Can you rephrase that?

    Way to make a mountain out of a molehill.


    He's the weather man. how would racism affect telling me if it's going to be sunny or not?

    I'm Jewish by both religion and genetics. I laugh at Holocaust jokes if they're told by someone who isn't racist. I don't know this man well enough to tell if he's racist or not. I usually give people the benefit of the doubt.
    Hyperbole much?
     
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    I hate hyperbolas in blogging, and their conic sections or curves achieved by intersecting my verbiage's planes via some conic means. I like the other types of conic sections, far more, such as the parabola or the ellipse. You ever have those, in your opinions?

    And btw, you might be Jewish, but I saw that you are NOT willing to admit you would join Al Roker's mindset here....had this meteorologist Jeremy, mocked the name of the nation's greatest anti-Holocaust champion, on national tv this way.

    We see what the Jews do, when people do things this foul on this large of a national scale; career over! Why? Because Jews understand, that it's mini-fires like this in the society, which ignite chances of huge forest fires of anger/hatred becoming the norm. Therefore Black people need to also gain that understanding, in this similar instance.

    It'll be a sad day, in Black America, if he gets that meteorolgist job back.
     
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    As I said, it could be a simple tongue twisting. I would give the meteorologist same benefit of the doubt if he "mocked" the name of the nation's greatest anti-Holocaust champion as I'm giving him now.
    You're blowing this WAY out of proportion. We don't know if it's simply tripping over his words or not to even make a sound judgement.
     
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    This is likely the most fair, open-minded statement I have ever read you post on this entire website. And I've read a lllllot of your posts pal.
     
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    Thanks, I guess.
     
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    Raffishragabash wrote, "Your reply here, is inline with Al Roker's in terms of assisting and aiding the new American culture of exterminating Black citizens."

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    Hello, Raffish. This writing is for you, But is is also intended for my fellow American and foreign born neighbors GENUINELY concerned about the well-being of all our neighbors.

    Respectfully, I would like to learn if you are familiar with author and violence researcher, as well as 'Childhood Trauma' (#ACEs) victim-survivor, Dr. Stacey Patton, Ph.D, and her extensive research into potentially life scarring, as well as deadly domestic violence committed against American children and teens, aka our Nation's most precious and cherished assets?

    The following are quotes and excerpts from college professor and 'Childhood Trauma' (#ACEs) victim-survivor Dr. Stacey Patton's book "Spare the Kids: Why Whupping Children Won't Save Black America", as well as Dr. Patton's public interviews.

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    "I would have never been able to do this work if I had come into this world with a mother who stayed, who nurtured me in a healthy way." ~Professor Stacey Patton

    The Undefeated: 'Are there any concepts in your book that may be new to readers?'

    Dr. Patton: "I think that some of the data. For example, in the past 10 years, if you look at the annual child maltreatment reports that are put out by the Association for Children and Families, African-Americans have killed over 3,600 children.

    A lot of people will say, ‘It’s better for me to whup my child than the police,’ but when you look at the data, yes, we’ve seen instances of state violence against unarmed black children, but when you look at the data for the past 10 years, African-Americans kill an average of 360 children a year.

    If you line that up against the police killings, it pales in comparison. African-American children are more at risk of being assaulted, physically injured or killed by their own parents than by the police. There’s that."

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    Raffish, I write about and share evidence of America’s MUCH IGNORED, oppressive, potentially life scarring black or African American *MATERNAL CHILD CARE* #T_H_U_G_L_I_F_E NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS that I, as well as a growing number of my reasonably responsible, caring, concerned American and foreign born neighbors believe is impeding our black or American neighbors of African descent from experiencing the equality and respect all peaceful, reasonably responsible Americans are entitled to enjoy.

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    Peace.
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    American *(Children)* Lives Matter; Take Pride In Parenting; *End Our National Epidemic of Child Abuse and Neglect*; End Community Violence, Police Fear & Educator's Frustrations
     
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    I remember when Shep Smith on Fox said 'blowjob' instead of 'curbjob'...

    ahhh, the days when people could survive honest mistakes. those were good times...
     
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    People just seem to enjoy being righteously indignant. They say farmers aren't happy unless they are complaining about the weather, liberals aren't happy if they can't find racism in a news story.
     
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    IMHO it is very bizarre of you to try to, equate, disrespecting a sexual activity to disrespecting our nation's greatest civil-Rigjts champion.
     
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    Do you think it is indignant, to try to equate a sexual act, to Dr. King???
     
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    Its called a mistake. Are you saying you've never accidentally said a word similar in pronunciation instead of the word you intended to say?
     
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    If you go on national tv and try to say "I'm going to procrastinate the President" but procrastinate comes out as assassinate ... then at what point, does a mistake correctly/fairly mean you must suffer a consequence for that mistake.

    There are thousands of people in prison for killing someone, by mistake, where even though they didn't intend to take a life/they didn't mean to commit a crime, they still had to pay for a big mistake they made. That's real life.
     
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    Nobody died or was demonstrably injured in any way.
     
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    The point.































    Your head.


    The point is, people make mistakes. If you talk alot, sooner or later you're going to mingke words together. In fact, I have my own experience to attest to this fact.
     
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    In what sentence structure is "I'm going to procrastinate the president" acceptable? That doesn't make any sense. Procrastinate is not an action you do to another person. Be that as it may, if soneone meant to say that but it came out as "I'm going to assassinate the president" in which he immediately corrected himself by saying "I meant procrastinate", then it shouldn't be a big deal other than meme material.

    No one died in your hypothetical. By your reasoning, is the mere fact that you posted "I'm going to assassinate the president" enough for you to be arrested because actual people have been killed? Is that what you're saying?
     
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    That wasn't the point. The point is mistakes happen. We've all done it.
     
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    uh no. The point is, that mistakes will come with consequences, especially when mistakes meet a certain level of egregiousness. Like the meteorologist did.
     
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    So you're saying that the meteorologist should be fired even if he wasn't at all racist and this was an honest tongue tied moment? If that's the case then I wholeheartedly disagree. One honest mispeak shouldn't ruin a person's career.
     
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    Yes, you are correct that he should be fired. The mistake was too egregious. Had he said Martin Luther "Clown" Jr or Martin Luther "Cum" Jr or some other insulting word, then yes, I can see him keeping his job and extending an apology.

    But the word he used, was just far too flagrant in terms of its direct correlation to the unique occupation which Black men like Dr. King actually have in real life. You have to realize the variable here which changed everything, like I realized in my example when I used procrastinate and assassinate ...because not only do they rhyme/sound similar, but one is egregiously-connected to something Presidents have to deal with.

    But still, he's a White meteorologist. Yes so his career isn't ruined. Those news station execs who despise Black people, like you despise them, will be happy to offer him an even better job at the end of all of this. Especially now that self-hating Black people like Al Roker and Don Lemon have publicly supported him.
     
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    Why is this any different?
    It also has a direct correlation to an animal. Plus, the term is most often used by blacks to describe other blacks who act "too white."
    Lol.
     

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