The Headline Read . . .

Today’s news story of interest has a headline that says: “Florida Sergeant in Hot Water for Tweet Calling Black People One of ‘America’s Biggest Problems’.” This statement is one of the most true statements in the news today.

Black people ARE one of America’s biggest problems today, and a problem that is not a simple fix for anyone to resolve. And the fact that all of America jumps on the band-wagon of anyone making claim of anything negative without checking the information out for validity before they follow like sheep. People believe America has become more knowledgeable of things due to social media when the opposite is true. The only way social media can be beneficial to anyone is if the lies are not given credibility because we are too lazy to research the information finding the truth. We are so prone to accepting negative claims about anything that quite often social media accuses, tries, convicts, and seeks hanging until dead, dead, dead . . . On false information, before an investigation of any sort is conducted. And, the eagerness to follow false information has become ridiculous.

Now, nothing said above has any negative statement against any race, sex, religion, or otherwise is offensive. Raise your hand if you think I made a racial statement or untrue statement above. Alright, now count.

Do you think you are really knowledgeable about the issues of People of Color in America today? Answer these simple questions:

  1. What is the percentage of America are Black people?
  2. Black Lives Matter is an organization that was formed for the betterment of All Black people in America?
  3. Corporate America fears the Black Man?
  4. Where can you find the database that claims Black people are approximately 13% of the U.S. population?
  5. Are you truly informed and knowledgeable on the issues relevant to Black people in America today?
  6. Is there any program/solution in place today that is not in furtherance of racism?
  7. Black people are killed by police more than any other race?

No, the above isn’t a poll. I am not recording your answers. There will not be an additional test later in this session. But, how many of these questions do you believe you have the correct answer? You don’t even have to leave this site to see if you are right or not regarding your answers. Just read the information presented on this web site. But, DO NOT accept it as truth unless you are willing to validate the information by other means.

They Should Charge These Parents With Murder!

I know I may be sounding a little extreme but give it a moments thought. What better way to get rid of you children, then to leave 3 young children home alone with a loaded shotgun? As a matter of fact wouldn’t that also make a great lead-in for a Horror Movie. But this isn’t some movie theme, it’s real. Now, one child will have to live the nightmare of killing their sibling, for the rest of his life. In the news article a Texas 10-year-old boy has shot his 8-year-old brother with a shotgun, killing him. Their 13-year-old brother was there and called 911.

Think of the drama these lives will have to deal with. The 13-year-old will forever believe himself responsible for his brothers death because we all know we are responsible for our younger siblings. Then 10-year-old will forever carry the guilt because he is the one that shot the 8-year-old. But who is actually responsible for the death of this boy and the harm it does to the other two boys?

In case you are having difficulty pointing the finger at the guilty party in this case . . . It’s the adult that brought the gun into the home, and left it loaded and unsecured for children to gain access to it. I know somebody out there is going to say, “They’ve suffered enough, they have lost a child.” 3 children’s lives are destroyed and you think they should go unpunished because their negligence is the cause of it?

Charge them with MURDER and treat it like they murdered somebody else’s child. Just think, all they had to do was secure the weapon where the children would not have access to it, or unload it, or add a trigger lock. A $25.00 trigger lock or putting it where a kid can’t get to it, and an 8-year-old boy would be alive right now.

Oh, a link to the news story https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/ten-year-old-boy-accidentally-shoots-and-kills-eight-year-old-brother-with-shotgun-in-texas/ar-AA13pgex?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=b8d84143da404e58bc8ba9de87389350

Let’s Play “What If’s”

Sounds stupid doesn’t it? Yes, it is. But I am sitting here at my desk watching Asian Comedians describe being the only Asian amongst a group of White People. They describe being given nick-names vs. use of their real names deciding that the use of the nick-name racist. There has been numerous truly racist names given to Asian people as real names. Soldiers during the Viet Nam war were particularly cruel in giving names to their illegitimate children. Names like: Dum Phuk, Do Ho, Lil Dic, and a whole bunch more were to become part of American History, and cause of much abuse to the children throughout most of their lives That was racial and offensive. But those were real names.

Alot of people are given nick-names, for many different reasons. I am guilty of using nick-names for friends with names I could not pronounce properly. Not a single time was it intended to be offensive.

Being the only person of your race amongst a whole bunch of another race can be very stressful and everybody that raises this topic tell it as them being the only of their race with a bunch of White People. I don’t think I have ever heard a story on this topic in which the only was with an other-than-White group of people or a lone White person amongst a group of another race.

The reason I ask this question is because I believe that people that claim all this racism, never look at the shoe on the other foot. Have they ever witnessed how a group of their race treat others of a different race? I know I have walked into a room of another race only to have them start talking in their own language, about me like I wasn’t there. What usually followed was comments between each other that were obviously derogatory about me. It is uncomfortable and sometimes threatening at times.

Anybody else have a story to tell. Keep it real!

Candace & Kanye . . .

Why is it when people speak truth, they get treated poorly? It isn’t because they are wrong. It may make them less popular, but they still are telling the truth shouldn’t we listen? Didn’t we listen when they had a different opinion? Not only did we listen, but we marched on their opinion. If their opinion was the popular opinion we would listen and follow their lead. Don’t fret, I have the answer to these questions and more.

The reason we don’t listen to or follow the less desirable opinion is because we as a society are a bunch of sheep following somebody that may not even know what they are talking about. And most of us are too lazy to do the research to seek the truth. I realize that this is not a popular opinion but it is still the truth. We believe we are so enlightened by the information provided by the Internet, but if you are following somebody else’s lie or misinformation? Go ahead, keep following like sheep . . .

Allow me top give you an example. Most believe Black Lives Matter was formed to represent the Black race. It was not! I know I could give you the answer to this, but would you believe me? George Floyd is likely rolling over in his grave with Kanye’s drug accusation. But, after you’ve destroyed city after city did you ever wonder how he ended up on the ground with a cops knee on his neck? Under no circumstance should he have died while restrained by police, but how did he end up on the ground in the first place? These are the questions you need ask if you seek truth. Most people believe that the Washington Post’s database that claims that Black People are 13% of the population and get treated so unfairly by police and others based upon that percentage gives a true representation of the topic. It doesn’t but the Washington Post has done nothing to clarify their claims. Although nation-wide Black People make up about 13 percent of the population, in many of our major cities the Black population is 33 to 60 percent.

It is easy to follow somebody else’s stupidity, but that only serves to make you just as stupid. Research before you follow, its the smart thing to do.

“Racism Against White People”

This is a topic not discussed very much, but is a very serious concern. Why? Because the current society opinion does not support White America. Allow me to explain: (This was the topic of Fox News)

Throughout my life I have supported equality of everyone and coming from the wrong side of the tracks and being in a low-income family rarely did I ever experience “white privilege” or any other form of favoritism. But as an adult I felt the opposite in the form of “equal opportunity employment”. This is the law that allowed people less qualified to be employed at a job to be hired for that job based on the color of their skin. The first thing you have to understand about such law, is it does not effect those that wrote it. Those that have white privilege still have it. The reality of the situation is that white privilege is based on wealth and unwealthy whites do not have it.

Every new policy, law, or program intended to provide equality for Black America does one thing. It takes from support of the Unwealthy White. Do you think these new laws and such affect those of White Privilege? Not in any way! I do not know if any kind of support was available to my mother when I was a child, but I remember a party being held for me in elementary school in which my fellow students provided me gifts of socks and underwear because I didn’t have any. The reality that such a party could be held embarrassed me my entire life. Within a year or two, students participating in this party would tell others about it leading to issues later. Programs for the benefit of any of us should benefit all of those in need. Did I grow up with White Privilege? No!

Throughout my entire adult life, I have supported equality. I have not committed acts of violence against any person other than in self-defense or defense-of-others and never based upon skin color. I have never owned, pimped, or enslaved anyone of any color. I have never taken advantage of, ripped off, or profited in the exploitation of anyone of any color. Yet I have been victim of such when befriending others of color. Why? Because people of color are raised believing the difference in skin color is the problem. They fail to recognize the economics involved.

One of the first things I hear Black people complaining about is being followed by store security. It doesn’t just happen to Blacks. As a lower-income-youngster, I also enjoyed this type of harassment. Later when working store security as an adult I developed my own reasoning for whom to pay attention to not based on skin color. The result was more attention to Blacks, but not due to skin color. In each incident some other factor was the cause. Even today, be White and homeless and walk into a store, see if you get more attention than others.

The point I am trying to make is every complaint of racism nobody actually looks at it as though the same situation does occur to Whites. Lack of employment, educational opportunity, and even housing are boundries enjoyed by all, except those affluent enough to get through such.

We come to today when everybody is woke. Woke means to make me pay for the wrongs of others. Like I previously mentioned: I have never owned, pimped, or enslaved anybody regardless of skin color. Neither did my father. And, his father fought for the North during the Civil War. I have always been woke to equality. White America doesn’t know how to handle this. I do! Quit using skin color as an excuse. Educate yourself, that Washington Post database that says Blacks are 13 percent of the population but are treated poorly more than Whites is a lie. It doesn’t tell you that in the communities that the problems are the actual population of Blacks is around 25 to 45 percent, and in certain cities even higher. Whites are killed more than any other race, but the database doesn’t calculate the killings per police data.

If you truly want for equality, mature beyond skin color. Recognize there are good and bad of all colors amongst us and deal with such accordingly. And most important of all, quit making the White Race of today your enemy. I am not responsible for the acts of a man committed before I was even born. Recognize that the progress made thus far in equality have not been solely supported by any minority. White men from the onset have supported and given even their lives in furtherance of equality. Quit making policy, law, or organization specific to race. Doing so only fosters racism. Such should be developed Soley to serve a need not skin color. Become color-blind, it really isn’t that hard to do. Just remember all men are created equal and forget skin color.

Racism in Progress – Reparations

USA Article this morning: Most Black people want reparations. They don’t believe America will give them any

Reparations do nothing to end racism. Reparations do nothing but give to a single class of people and disregards all other issues that stem from racism. Are we going to end racism by giving wealth to Black people that could be used to benefit all races, or are we going to create a class of person that is elite and government-made wealthy just on the color of their skin.

Before we consider reparations to anyone shouldn’t we look at how racism affected everyone. Black people believe they were the only race subject to harm in the past. How many Black people have been lynched in support of White people? During the Civil War, how many White People gave their lives in support of abolishing slavery? My point is not to diminish the loss of Black people brought upon due to slavery, but to demonstrate Black people have made no progress in achieving equality on their own. In order for Black people to enjoy the freedom they enjoy today, a whole bunch of White people has had to willingly sacrifice their lives, their families, and their futures to help Black people get here.

Do Black people give credit to those that have worked in support of their cause? Then why are reparations for Black people even being considered instead of reparations for all those that have suffered due to slavery? Don’t you see, reparations is nothing less than a continuation of racism that will negatively affect generations to come.

For reference: ” Lynching was not a crime committed exclusively against black people. Between the 1830s and the 1850s the majority of those lynched in the United States were whites. From 1882-1968, some 4,743 lynchings occurred in the United States (not all lynchings were recorded). Of these, 3,446 or 73 percent were black and 1,297 (27 percent) were white.”

You cannot fight racism, giving to one while another suffers. Slavery has happened numerous times in history and all races have suffered from it. Look at America today. People of all races , colors, and creeds are suffering. I look down my street and I see everyone suffering from low incomes, lack of work, lack of opportunity. It is not just Blacks, it is everybody. If you want to fix America, quit trying to fix just a single skin color.

Hot Topic: Officer’s Immunity

DOES ANYONE UNDERSTAND WHY THERE IS IMMUNITY FOR PEACE OFFICERS? They are granted certain immunity so they can just go out there shoot stupid !@#$& that holds still long enough to get shot. Everybody seems to think the only one responsible for most of this so let’s make the cops more liable and require the cops get more training that won’t fix the problem.

Where the liability needs to go is to the citizen. Why are people allowed to resist and fight with cops? Do you really think that cop is getting paid well enough to have to fight some idiot every day? Do you realize that it is still legal to shoot a fleeing felon in certain parts of this country? And, you only have to suspect he committed a felony? As far as training goes, parents why are your children fighting and running from the law? Parents need to stop blaming cops for your childs poor decision-making skills. Isn’t this country screwed up enough? Our parent’s parents took responsibility for their stoopids and fails, why can’t we? And at this rate or children’s children won’t have to accept responsibility for anything. Of course, that will be our failure.

Cops DO NOT just grab an innocent person slam him to the ground and shove a knee in their back. Okay it doesn’t happen like that most the time. Usually, in order to end up dropped to the ground, you had to do something. And probably what you did was scared the cop by acting like an ass instead of doing what the cop told you to do. And this just comes back to your parents not teaching you good decision-making skills.

If a cop comes at you for a crime you didn’t commit, do you:

1.) Argue and fight with the cop, getting your ass whipped and pissing the cop off more because you tear his uniform?

2.) Or, do you cooperate with the officer, allow the arrest, call an attorney as soon as you can and file suit for false arrest? Without getting your ass hurt or shot.

AND MOST POLICE DEPARTMENTS DON’T EVEN TRY TO GET YOUR CASE IN COURT, THEY JUST PAY YOU TO SETTLE.

Now, If ya’all was paying attention I just learned you something that your parents likely failed to learn ya growing up. You are as responsible as that cop if you end up with your ass tossed to the ground and believe it or not real men accept responsibility for their actions, as you should teach your children.

“Lord please save us from our own stoopidity” (Yes, I spelled it that way on purpose)

Black Lives Matter – Money Matters

“The leader of the national Black Lives Matter group has been accused of stealing more than $10 million from the charity’s donors.” Is the leading line in an article I read in MSN’s news app this evening.

Folks DO NOT understand that Black Lives Matter had nothing to do with George Floyd. BLM was originally formed to support a gay athelete. There was no support of the Black Community at all. One of the original Leaders of the BLM is a Political Activist. BLM was just in the right place, at the right time. When the unrest subsequent to George Floyd’s death kicked-off and Corporate America started wetting their britches they looked for someone to pay in hopes of self preservation. BLM was there and it’s name alone made it seem the logical choice. Corporate America gave 90 million dollars to a group of people that don’t give a damn about Black people. But, BLM got the money and they know how to spend it.

How many people could of benefitted from the 10 million dollars? ONE! You would think a lot more, but BLM was not established with any such goals in mind. Their goal seems only to scrape bits and peices of the cash off for individual gain. Shortly after Georrge Floyd one of the other BLM Leaders bought herself a bunch of high value multi-million dollar homes.

BLM is living evidence of an organization absolutly making a living by promotion of racism, while claiming to support others. And Corporate America (the wise busness men that they are) went right out and paid these frauds to promote racism and neglect the cause they claimed to support. What seems the worse part of this situation is that the Black Community is allowing the BLM Leaders to continue their failure.

It is really a shame that these common “street-hudlums” ended up with all this cash. What does this say of White America? Does White America fear the Black Man? That much? And, does anyone care to know the truth about the lies that continue about Blacks being treated worse than others.

When you decide that you really want to put an end to racism, mature enough to become color-blind so that skin color does not factor into decisions made, support services offered, and anything else that should not be race relative, isn’t! It really isn’t that hard to do . . .

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The True Miscarriage of Justice

People think the offense of a street thug being beat down by police is a serious problem. While it is offensive, it’s not the problem folks think it is. Most the time the person being beat down may just need it. Before ya’all start getting crazy on me . . . Go walk down certain city streets alone after dark, you will find the person I’m talking about. Or more likely, he’ll find you.

But the person discussed above isn’t the true miscarriage of justice. The falsly accused, arrested, procecuted, convicted, and sentenced for a crime they did not commit is. In this type of situation the victim did nothing wrong but gets kidnapped and placed in a hostile environment, stipped of his freedom and his life because the system failed them and the original victim of the crime that set this situation in motion.

Whaty truely bothers me about a case like this is the criminal acts committed against the wrongfully accused that never get procecuted. Almost every case like this involves a cop that either turns up evidence they know false, a procecutor that surpresses evidence or does not properly investigate information that may prove the accused did not commit the crime, or a victim falsly accussing the person of committing a crime. Everybody in prison today that says they are innocent, they did not commit the crime putting them there may not be telling a lie. Those telling the truth, that claim themselves innocent of the crime committed, are themselves the more serious victim. But what of the crimes committed that led to their incarceration? Let’s look at this situation a little further for a moment.

Wnen a crime is committed, the intent of our Criminal Justice System is to identify and punish the person that committed the crime:

  • When a person is falsly convicted of a crime, the person that committed the crime is left among us to continue his criminal conduct.
  • In order for a person to be convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, somebody else has committed a more serious crime.
  • In order for somebody to be convicted of a crime he didn’t commit, somebody we believe to be an honest and truthful person is not as honest and truthful as we believe.
  • Everybody that participates in the wrongful conviction of a person; The victim, the Judge, Prosecuter, witnesses, cops, ande those sitting in the Jury are all now part of a criminal act. Even if they do not know it, they have conspired with others to take away an innocent mans freedom.

Not a big deal, right? It’s a damn big deal. We have people that we entrust with our safety, our community, our society that are able to commit the most serious of crimes without punishment. When was the last time you heard of somebody being prosecuted for not investigating possible evidence that might have proven a person not guilty of a crime?

There is a story in todays news about a 17 year old boy that got convicted of a rape he did not commit, spending 36 years in prison. It was later determined:

“His trial attorney did not elicit this evidence from witnesses and the police officer analyst misrepresented the results of his testing,” 

I’m sorry but if it were me that lost 36 years of my life, my young life . . . I would be pissed. Why isn’t somebody being prosecuted for this crime? How many others have become victims as he has. Everybody that hadee anything to do with his arrest and conviction including the original victim should be tried for conspiracy to multiple offenses. I won’t continue this discussion right now but check out the links below for additional thought on the subject:

More: Louisiana man wrongfully convicted of rape as teen exonerated after 36 years in prison

10 innocent people who were sent to prison for crimes they didn’t …