Why Black people are afraid of ‘crazy’ White people

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  1. Creasy Tvedt

    Creasy Tvedt Well-Known Member

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    How many minority victims in the last 40 years across all of the US?

    How big is the problem of white supremacist violence as measured in minority murder victims?
     
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    edna kawabata Well-Known Member

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    Are you saying law enforcement should not been on alert due to the threatening white supremacist internet traffic? Are they all just big talk and FOS?
     
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    edna kawabata Well-Known Member

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    Right dismiss their fears...you missed the point of #30. True to the breed.
     
  4. Creasy Tvedt

    Creasy Tvedt Well-Known Member

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    There's two reasons why law enforcement chases white supremecists on the internet-

    1. White supremecists are a popular political boogeyman the left uses to distract attention away from the horrifically-large problem of black street crime and violence.

    2. It's really, really hard to find violent white supremecists out in the actual real world.

    Law enforcement's time and effort would be far better applied to stopping the black street crime that claims thousands of minority victims every single year in the US, rather than wasting time and and resources chasing wannabe KKK trolls in cyberspace.

    Anybody who wants more law enforcement time and energy devoted to white racists making threats on the internet, and less time and energy devoted to stopping the criminals who are taking thousands of minority lives on the streets every year, clearly cares more about pushing politics and narratives than they care about actual black lives.
     
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  5. Creasy Tvedt

    Creasy Tvedt Well-Known Member

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    Evasion of my simple question noted.
     
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    Several things. How many hundreds of folks died in your "mostly peaceful" riots? Try not to forget all of your facts... More, the SPLC have done more to spread hate and derision in this nation that about any other group I can think of. They actively foment the hate that they claim they call out. Classic passive aggressive liberal behavior. Want to know who the racists are? Go no further than the SPLC.
     
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    drluggit Well-Known Member Donor

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    Nah, but I've watched the angry progressives of all persuasions launch their hate and vitriol against conservatives. Joy who? Targeting right to life groups? Liberal assassin goes to SCOTUS judge's home.... etc. Yes, there are bigots and crazy folks out there.... They just all play for your team.
     
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    At this point, you guys should just give up on "Umbrella Man." He's not been arrested or indicted, and I suspect the reason is if he is, they'll have to prove the guy in question is really umbrella man, and no one wants that do they?
     
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    Are you aware that crazy blacks have targeted Jews, whites, and Asians?
     
  12. edna kawabata

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    The opinions of dismissive right-wing civilians aside.
    White supremacists present the gravest terror threat to the United States, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security.

    I did not expect you to understand the existential threat felt by someone of a different ethnicity as per #30

    Your whataboutisms aside.
    You seem to have difficulty with the meaning of terrorism. Terrorism is the spreading of fear through acts of violence. If the violence is targeting a group, says WOGs (white old guys), then fear would spread throughout that group. A specific group A{white supremacists) have been violent against a specific group B(minorities) and therefore fear of group A has spread throughout group B. I can't make it simpler. Documenting what these groups stand for and actions taken is not "terrorism". It is exposing them to the light of day, for what they are, which you have a problem with. Interesting.

    Yes there are radicals on both sides, but one side seems to organize themselves into armed paramilitary groups. These pretend soldiers spread their hate and inspire others to take up arms against an imagined enemy and then you get a thing like Buffalo.
     
  13. Creasy Tvedt

    Creasy Tvedt Well-Known Member

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    That's the popular political narrative currently being pushed, but it's mostly a matter of silly classification tricks, and faulty methodologies of threat assessment.

    For instance, Elliot Rodger(the incel killer) is considered a "white supremacist" by misinformation-perpetuating organizations such as the SPLC and the ADL. They did the same trick with the nut who shot up a massage parlor because he was a sex addict.
    Yes, a half-Asian kid who went on a killing spree because girls wouldn't have sex with him is categorized as an "Alt-Right terrorist", and therefore he gets thrown into the right-wing/white-supremacist box.

    And the sex addict killer is categorized as a "white supremacist terrorist" because some of his victims were Asians, and motive isn't important when you're desperate to beef up the numbers of white supremacist killers.
    I clearly understand the threat white supremacists pose better than you do, because I've clearly stated the FACT that white supremacists pose a bigger threat to white people than they do black people, and it's a reality that you refuse to even acknowledge, let alone understand.

    You don't care that other black people are a bigger threat to you than white supremacists are by a factor of thousands, because you care far more about pushing your false political narrative than you want to understand and eliminate what truly threatens black people.

    You care more about your politics than you do your people.

    That, I understand perfectly.
     
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    The political narrative pushed by you is that the white supremacists are more of a threat to whites than minorities. Technically that is true. Individuals from prison groups like the Aryan Brotherhood do commit crime once they are out. Selling meth and knocking over liquor stores doesn't seem to inspire existential angst in white people as I sarcastically eluded to in #27, which went over you head. Their crimes are not racially motivated. Crimes that are racially motivated are terrorist acts effecting members of that race. I don't see the difficulty in comprehending that fact.

    I do care about black on black crime. It is terrible and the shame of the nation, but a separate important issue. Can you focus one one issue without a whatabout? There are other threads you can refer to.
     
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    SPLC=Info wars.
     
  16. Creasy Tvedt

    Creasy Tvedt Well-Known Member

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    Yes, my narrative is true. It's technically, factually, and demonstrably true.

    Thank you for acknowledging that reality.

    It didn't go over my head. I absolutely understand and accept the reality of the criminality and violence of white prison gangs. However, unlike you, I understand that the violence and criminality of white prison gangs happens on a scale so small that it shouldn't inspire "existential angst" in anybody- black, white, or other. There are far bigger threats(see: black gang crime) to be angsty about.

    That was difficult to comprehend, because it was incomprehensible. Seriously, what point were you even trying to make?

    I'll believe that you actually care about black crime, when you start a thread denouncing black crime, and not just another of your usual "RACIST WHITEY!" threads.

    http://www.politicalforum.com/index.php?threads/racist-white-boys.568307/

    I'll believe that you actually care about black people, when you stop trying to downplay the devastating effects of black drug dealers operating in black neighborhoods. Operating within jogging distance of YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD.

    Sure, edna, the drug dealers in the hoods are nice and friendly, and they wave to you all neighborly. It's those small town cracker ass crackers that are the real threat, right?

    Can you focus on the real issues that are, by far, the biggest threats to your people, or are you just going to start more "WHITE TERRORISTS!" whataboutism threads?

    Until then, it's obvious that you care more about your politics than your people.
     
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  17. Creasy Tvedt

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    This is trending.

    A black guy goes to "the most racist town in America", and he has a hard time finding any racists.

     
  18. edna kawabata

    edna kawabata Well-Known Member

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    The issue here is "crazy white people". You do admit you can not comprehend the fear a minority might have of the rise in white supremacy and arming themselves in paramilitary groups. I tried to help you with that, but it seems of no use. (You prove #30)

    I've commented extensively on black on black crime on threads having to do with that, like Race and Crime, if you're curious, and I don't resort to whataboutisms.
     
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    Not much of a problem
     
  20. Creasy Tvedt

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    It's not much of a problem at all.

    Edna just likes to pump up the whitey-hating hysteria, because he cares far more about his politics than he does his people.
     
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    The two feed into each other.
     
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    The two feed directly into one another. White supremacist racist numbers were on the decline, and it was not socially acceptable to be racist, until "anti-racist" racists surfaced preaching racist views against white people, and preaching that people should identify by race. That did more to pump up white supremacist racism than the Richard Spencer's of the world could dream of.
     
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    Really I couldn’t agree more. The definition of racism changes by these same people you speak of to try to only include whites as racists. I’m a firm believer that there are more black racists than white. Democrats constantly try and target benefits based on race. Rather than trying to prop up everyone they want to prop up people based on skin color. I think that’s horrible
     
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    It's basically a trojan horse. Talk it up as the 'real' problem, and no one will notice you enabling black on black violence. The vacuous virtue signaller is the easiest in the world to sell your fake goods to. They want their fix fast, cheap, and easy.
     
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    This isn't about his delusion, it's about your delusion.

    That's also not cultural appropriation, a term that gets tossed around far too often. Both sides are guilty.

    If you weren't running away from the obvious, this would be brain dead obvious.

    Capeheart shared a Pulitzer for his editorial writing...
     

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