Ramirez on Charleston…

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25 Responses to Ramirez on Charleston…

  1. Daniel says:

    Why doesn’t the nation mourn for the innocent white victims of black hatred? Is it because it’s less rare? I’m not talking about moral relativism. I’m more interested in the obvious inconsistency which annoys so many which is cited as one of the reasons the shooters did what he did.

    Perhaps if there were just a little more consistency and equality and truth being told?

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    • smiley says:

      well put.
      couldn’t agree more, Daniel.
      I mourn for the entire nation, and what’s happening to it on a daily basis.
      and for innocents languishing in prisons who shouldn’t be there.
      for uprooted Christians who no one seems to care about b/c its not politically correct.
      for children cast off and homeless and hungry.
      for WHITE COPS gunned down in our streets.
      and their families and children.
      as well as for the tragedy in Charleston.

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  2. seabrznsun says:

    “Fixing” racism in America isn’t going to fix America. America has much deeper and more malignant problems that warrant immediate attention.

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  3. beaujest says:

    New Orleans policeman killed with his own gun by prisoner! No one reports it !

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  4. 2x4x8 says:

    thanks for posting, appreciate it

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  5. TwoLaine says:

    BGI/BLM crowd is on the ground marching in Charleston against white supremacy and the Confederate crowd. 😦 😦 😦

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    • smiley says:

      the Confederate crowd…?
      white supremacy, is it, now ?
      this just reeks.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Yes, made me sick just hearing it, but they are proud to be there marching and said so.
        They can’t even wait until the dead are buried.

        I would like to see them stopped by a ring of people holding hands, and saying prayers, to keep them away. I say, “Shut ’em Down!”

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Sorry, crowd s/b flag. Why didn’t spell check catch that…. πŸ˜‰

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    • manickernel says:

      One report says at least two dozen black supremacists of “Israel United in Christ” are there. The “Israel” in the name is not referring to the country.

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  6. pattyloo says:

    in the cartoon, who is the white guy hugging the black person?

    i heard on the radio someone comparing how Obama called the Charleston attack targeted and racial (because they were done by a white man), but when the Charlie Hebdo attack happened, as well as the one in the Lindt cafe in Sydney, he called the victoms ‘random’ (because Muslims did the killing that time). oh, i recall a Jewish deli being attacked (in London maybe?) where he uttered his famous words ‘random folks getting killed’. Again, that was a Muslim attacker.

    well, the reason why the press reports things this way (nation mourns over Black Church killings but no mention of blacks killing blacks in Chicago EVERY weekend) is because Obama puts out the word to them that this is a real tragedy, unlike the others.

    OT, Rahm Emanuel got booed when he showed up at the Chicago Black Hawks Stanley Cup rally last week. He’s the mayor here now and so they had to have him on stage. I was so proud when I saw that!

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  7. perfect beast says:

    This certainly happened at a bad time when racial tensions are already at the boiling point.

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  8. What is it called when BGI/Marxist march, burn & loot & Murder? Is it racist to speak against these actions? If so, I suppose I’m guilty of seeking peaceful & intelligent discussions about these matters.

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  9. pattyloo says:

    i don’t think it’s racist. but that is how they get away with it – by calling anyone (including the police) racist. when all the police are doing is their job – trying to enforce the law when these protesters disturb the peace, interfere with traffic, damage property, steal and vandalize.

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  10. manickernel says:

    An article from awhile back actually illustrated the disconnect from what is reported to what is real.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/aug/19/race-based-hate-crimes-spike-in-dc/?page=all

    Of 18 race based hate crimes only 4 of the victims were black, and how much do you want to bet those were “dolezal” reports? Even here though, the excuse is made that minorities might be scared to report such crimes leading to the fact that only 22% of the victims were black.

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  11. How many political cartoons were there when the elderly World War II veteran was killed by black thugs?

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  12. pattyloo says:

    lol. this article states that the penalty for hate crimes can be ‘1 times the maximum’.

    it’s crazy that they say minorities don’t report racial attacks. the article seems to imply that because there is so much crime in minority neighborhoods, that there must be more hate crimes there. they use the mythical ‘minorities are afraid of the police’ argument to explain why these crimes are not reported.

    but, if they are talking about race-based hate crimes, then they think whites are coming into minority neighborhoods just to attack minorities. the truth is that the crime is done by other members of the same minority – hence, not racially motivated.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      The real reason they don’t report the crimes is the actions of their sons, fathers, brothers, other family, and “friends”.

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  13. thesouthwasrght says:

    Imo the backlash from this will make the Travon polar bear hunts tame by comparison.

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