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How Lies Of Systemic Police Racism Fuel The War On Cops 
 

The big lie that American policing is systemically racist poses an existential threat to the rule of law, racial harmony, and the social fabric of the United States of America. This dangerously false narrative is a complete fabrication, manufactured and perpetuated by an alliance of loud and powerful voices. These include the mainstream advocacy media, Antifa anarchist and terrorists, Black Lives Matter, woke Hollywood celebrities, university elites, activist professional athletes and many politicians.

No one, starting with the police themselves, wants bad cops. Police who commit crimes cannot be tolerated and must be held accountable. But while the gross police misconduct and killing of Mr. Floyd was terrible, it was also an exceedingly rare incident. Despite this fact, the media, Black Lives Matter, Antifa and politicians claim that American policing as an institution is systemically racist—but this is a proven lie.

The most definitive study to-date, published by the National Academy of Sciences, shows that 55% of all people fatally shot in America by the police are white — more than double the number of black (27%) or Hispanics (19%). And while black citizens make up 27% of the people shot and killed by the police despite making up only 14% of the U.S. population, the racial disparities in police shootings are not caused by racism. Analysis of crime data from more than 200 U.S. counties show the strongest predictor of being shot by the police is not race, but whether the person is engaging in violent criminal behavior. Just this week, the study was retracted by its authors–not because any of the data was faulty, but because they didn’t like how it was being used, to the embarrassment of BLM and their media allies.

The authors of the NAS study concluded that racial disparities in rates of police shootings are entirely consistent with the rates at which individuals of different races are accused by victims of committing violent crimes. Consequently, the greater number of crimes committed by white people in a county, the more likely white people will be shot by the police. The greater number of crimes committed by black people in a county, the more likely it is that black people will be shot by the police. The same is true for Hispanics. As this writer noted in November 2019, if anyone is sincerely looking for a guaranteed way to reduce the number of fatal police shootings for any racial group, the answer is simple: Don’t commit crime.

The Jewish Voice

Man charged with fatal May shooting in Englewood

Chicago police launch new effort to reduce crime by building trust

Suspect arrested in ‘unprovoked attack’ on Macy’s manager

Feds kick off crime-fighting effort in Kansas City by disrespecting local leaders

3 deputies shot in deadly attack released from hospital

National Police Assoc. launches petition urging Palo Alto to remove fugitive from Black Lives Matter mural

Hate crimes rose in Idaho last year, state police say. This city had the most reported

‘He murdered someone, but he’s cute’: TikTokers are writing prisoners to find love

Florida Man's Racist Rant at California Bartender Caught on Video

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Americans, Art Deletion, Celebration, Celebrity, Crime, Cultural, Environment, Guns, Hate, Injury, Murder, Parental Crime, Politics, Safety, Sex, Social Media, Statistics, Support, Truth, Video, Violence, Women, Youth

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10-Jul-2020


Black lives matter — so stop supporting policies that have failed Black communities 

 

Although some of the leaders of the best-funded Black Lives Matter organizations seek to move the United States toward socialism and impose other far-left goals (the co-founder of BLM, Patrisse Cullors, acknowledged in a 2015 interview that she is a “trained Marxist”), millions of others who identify with the BLM movement merely want police and criminal justice reforms and greater racial equality.

Improving African American communities is, of course, a noble goal. But it’s exceptionally difficult to fix a problem if one doesn’t identify its cause. And it seems, based on some of the rhetoric from the BLM movement, that many have failed to realize that an important reason why so many Black communities remain impoverished is that liberal politicians have imposed destructive policies on them for decades.

The Hill

Black Lives Matter's surprising target: Los Angeles County's first Black district attorney

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Backlash, Community, Cultural, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Judgment, Laws, No Punishment, Opinion, Police, Policy, Politics, Representation, Support

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10-Jul-2020


 

Tags: Children, Death, Empathy, Etiquette, Feminism, Hypocrisy, Parental Crime, Regret, Representation, Support, World

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07-Jul-2020


Please, I Beg You, a Moratorium on Even Joking About Celebrities Running for President 

 

Billboard reports that Taylor Swift fans are trying to get her to run for president, a likely callback to the time West infamously jumped onstage at the MTV Awards to dis her Best Album win. “How about taylor swift as the president and selena gomez as vice president?” one fan tweeted. “okay so i need @JoeBiden to announce @taylorswift13 as his vice-president in order to defeat Kanye West & Trump. enough is enough. we’re tired af,” wrote another. A third wrote, “@taylorswift13 running for president, and winning obvi, would honestly be the end of all the kimye drama.”

Jezebel

Treasury reveals 700,000 of the companies and non-profits who got PPP bailout - with Kanye West company and Donald Trump lawyer's firm among those benefiting

Kanye West's late registration (again): Yeezy's 2020 bid is facing failure because he has missed key deadlines to get on the ballot

Britney Spears Fans Push #FreeBritney After Kanye West Runs For President -- He Was Hospitalized Too!

Tags: $, Business, Celebration, Equality, Greed, Leaders, Politics, Social Media, Support

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06-Jul-2020


77% of White Voters Approve of Police, Just 26% of Black Americans Agree 

 

While approximately 68 percent of American voters approve of the job the police are doing, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll, that percentage drops down to 26 when only Black voters are counted. Comparatively, 77 percent of white voters approve of how police are doing their jobs, revealing a racial divide when it comes to how police are perceived.

An online poll of 951 registered voters conducted between June 22 and 23 asked respondents whether they approved or disapproved of the jobs of different workers. These groups included the police, healthcare workers, local politicians, journalists and national politicians.

Overall, healthcare workers had a 94 percent approval rating amongst all voters, local politicians received 62 percent, journalists got 59 percent and national politicians got 56 percent.

Newsweek

There is no epidemic of fatal police shootings against unarmed Black Americans

Controversy over keeping police in Chicago schools rages on, moves to City Council

Wealthy Hamptons Residents Are Hiring Security Guards After Protests

Portland police declare riot as protests turn violent again

Fact check: 1994 crime bill did not bring mass incarceration of Black Americans

Tags: $, Americans, Children, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, History, Police, Poll, Prison, Protest, Racial Tension, Safety, Support, Violence

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03-Jul-2020


Brayla Stone, Black Trans Teen, Killed in Apparent Hit 

 

Local police in Arkansas are treating the death of a 17-year-old transgender Black woman as a homicide. The body of Brayla Stone was found in a car on a walking path in the Little Rock suburb of Sherwood last Thursday, and a person on social media later claimed he was paid five thousand dollars to kill her. Stone is the eighth trans person violently killed in the last seven days.

“Brayla Stone is the 8th transgender person killed in the last seven days,” David Johns, Executive Director of the National Black Justice Coalition, said in a statement. “Brayla Stone was seventeen years young when someone murdered her because we live in a society where it is not yet explicit that when we say BlackLivesMatter we mean all Black lives, which includes Black trans women and girls.”

Out

Stephen King says 'trans women are women' after J.K. Rowling thanks him for retweeting remarks on recent controversy

Tags: Celebrity, Crime, Investigation, LGBTQ, Murder, Social Media, Support, Trans, Writer, Youth

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29-Jun-2020


A Black man said he was afraid to walk in his own neighborhood. So hundreds of people joined him 

 

Hundreds of people in a Tennessee man's community are marching by his side after he shared his fears of walking in his neighborhood because he is Black.

Shawn Dromgoole, 29, grew up in the 12 South neighborhood in Nashville, where his family has lived since 1966 when his grandmother bought a home there. They were once surrounded by other Black families, businesses and communities -- and for decades, they felt like they belonged.

But 54 years after his grandmother first moved there, Dromgoole said he felt like he couldn't even safely take a walk in his neighborhood without fearing for his life.

"Yesterday I wanted to walk around my neighborhood, but the fear of not returning home to my family alive kept me on my front porch," he wrote on May 27, in a post on the neighborhood social network app Nextdoor and on Facebook.

CNN

Tags: Environment, Fear, Neighbor, Racial Tension, Support, Sweet

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28-Jun-2020


Nextdoor Ends Its Program for Forwarding Suspicions to Police 

 

Nextdoor.com Inc., the neighborhood social networking app, is discontinuing a feature that allowed users to forward their posts directly to local police departments, the company announced late Thursday. The move comes as Nextdoor faces scrutiny over its role as a platform for racial profiling, its increasingly cozy partnerships with law enforcement, and after reports that some of its community moderators were removing posts that mentioned Black Lives Matter. But the company is retaining other features that facilitate communication with police through the app, including one that allows direct messages to law enforcement.

“As part of our anti-racism work and our efforts to make Nextdoor a place where all neighbors feel welcome, we have been examining all aspects of our product,” the post read. “After speaking with members and public agency partners, it is clear that the Forward to Police feature does not meet the needs of our members and only a small percentage of law enforcement agencies chose to use the tool.”

Bloomberg

Tags: App, Business, Cancellation, Crime, Criticism, Cultural, Environment, Etiquette, Mental Health, Policy, Profiling, Racial Tension, Support

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19-Jun-2020


Publix supermarkets won't allow Black Lives Matter garb, responds to Black teen employee 

 

Publix supermarkets said it won't allow workers to wear Black Lives Matter garb due to the company's prohibition against any messaging not associated with the chain's brand.

The company's statement came in response to a Black teen employee at a supermarket in Florida who saying he was sent home after wearing a Black Lives Matter mask to work.

NBC News

Tags: $, Business, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Policy, Pride Killer, Priorities, Racial Tension, Representation, Respect, Support

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18-Jun-2020


Hollywood Celebs Are Praising an Anti-Semitic Hatemonger 

 

I regret to inform you the celebs are at it again.

On Sunday, in lieu of posting Instagram-friendly protest content, discussing White Fragility in a Zoom book club, or recording a mortifyingly tone-deaf PSA renouncing racism, the comedian Chelsea Handler shared a video clip to her 3.9 million Instagram followers. The clip featured Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, during a 1990 appearance on The Phil Donahue Show.

In the clip, Farrakhan attempts to educate the rowdy, majority-white daytime TV audience on the subject of white supremacy.

“I really don’t think you fully understand what has happened to these people you look at as second-class or inferior citizens in this nation,” Farrakhan explains. “Black people who were brought to this country were stripped of their names, language, culture, religion, God, and taken totally away from the history of themselves. Here are 30 million people who don’t wear their own names—they wear your names.”

The Daily Beast

'Siesta Key' Fired Alex Kompothecras, Reportedly For Racism On Instagram

Tags: Backlash, Celebrity, Employment, History, Politics, Racism, Social Media, Support, Supremacy, Termination, TV, Video

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17-Jun-2020


 

Tags: Backlash, Poll, Protest, Support

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02-Jun-2020


Without empathy the term ‘community’ is redundant 

 

This idea of belonging and imagined private utopias were characterised in the subvertive explorations of the mid-twentieth century works of David Hockney’s pictorial escapes in Domestic Scene (1963), retreats in his Cavafey poetry inspired The Beginning (1966), or differently in a more sexually liberating yet overtly violent esoteric excess William Borough’s novel Wild Boys (1971). However courageous in their time for avocation for same sex relations, in retrospect collectively they portray queer visibility as lacking in outward empathy and visibility for others. This has become confounded.

Such manifestos for a vision for a supposed utopia doesn’t widen for the inclusion for lesbians, transgender and BAME individuals. Also how does their context fit within the queer landscape of today given the lack of presence for others, especially where historically queer spaces and our representation are largely tailored and dominated by cis white gay men. This hasn’t largely been questioned to the extent till now in which Rosie Hastings and Hannah Quinlan’s practice observes and rightly exposes.

GAYTIMES

Tags: App, Choices, Community, Environment, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Preference, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Support, Unity

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27-May-2020


Coronavirus causing a humanitarian crisis for LGBT+ people around the world 

 

LGBT+ people around the world are facing a humanitarian crisis. And COVID-19 risks decimating the organizations they rely on for support.

UK-based international LGBT+ charity, the Kaleidoscope Trust, conducted research in 37 countries in the Commonwealth – nations that were previously part of the British Empire.

By speaking to 34 LGBT+ charities working in those countries, it found that 85% were worried about their service users’ wellbeing.

And many organizations may not survive. Almost half have no cash reserves. Moreover, most are worried about losing existing or future income.

Phyll Opoku-Gyimah is executive director of Kaleidoscope Trust.

She says: ‘We are witnessing an emerging humanitarian crisis for LGBTI+ people as government responses to Covid-19 leave vulnerable LGBTI+ communities at grave risk.’

‘Poverty will make our already bad situation worse’

GSN

Tags: $, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Laws, LGBTQ, Persecution, Politics, Poverty, Preservation, Representation, Service, Support, Threat, World

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18-May-2020


I'm a black man in a Covid-19 hotspot. I don't have sympathy for people of color who won't social distance 

 

I was walking home late one night recently when I ran into them. I froze, swore out loud and backpedaled.

A group of my neighbors had taken their house party to the street. Streams of smiling people without face masks spilled into the cul-de-sac ahead of me, blocking my only route home. Never mind that we live in a viral hotspot -- predominately black DeKalb County, which has the second-highest number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Georgia. They partied on as I waited for a path to clear.

I've been thinking about those neighbors as I read stories with civil rights advocates saying black people and brown people are facing harsher treatment by law enforcement officers for violating coronavirus safety orders.
But there's a question I never see addressed in any of those stories:

Why isn't there any moral outrage directed at those same black or brown people who refuse to take precautions that would protect their community?

CNN

Tags: Community, Coronavirus, Environment, Equality, Etiquette, Extinction, Hypocrisy, Lifestyle, Politics, Sacrifice, Safety, Stepping Up, Support, Treatment, Unity

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17-May-2020


One in three gay men feel unsafe at home during coronavirus 

 

Almost a third of gay and bisexual men report feeling vulnerable at home during the new coronavirus pandemic, with Brazilians particularly concerned, a global survey found on Tuesday, highlighting its wider mental health impacts.

According to research conducted by the U.S.-based gay social network Hornet for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, 30% of almost 3,500 respondents, which included transgender men, said they felt physically or emotionally unsafe in their own homes.

"Think of how it feels to be 21 years old and living with a family that is unsupportive and constantly haranguing you about marrying a woman," said Alex Garner, senior health innovation strategist at Hornet.

Yahoo

LGBTQ Americans are getting COVID-19, anti-gay bias is making it worse for them

Coronavirus: Auckland bar owner rages at Jacinda Ardern over alert level 2 rules, makes bizarre 'gay dungeon' claim

Tags: Awareness, Bar/Club, Business, Contagion, Coronavirus, Environment, Family, Gay, Hate, Health, Homophobia, Hostility, Illness, LGBTQ, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Parents Don't Always Rule, Politics, Privilege, Rampage, Relationships, Safety, Self Defense, Statistics, Support, Survival, Treatment, Victims, Vulnerable, World, Youth

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12-May-2020




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