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Defund the Police

By Patrick Van Roy On July 5th, 2020

18 Responses to “Defund the Police”

  1. We need Harri back he’s the expert on this subject 🤔

  2. 41 shot in NYC last night with 4 dead.

    https://twitter.com/ChaimDeutsch/status/1279850140409487361

    These Democrat cites need to be walled off until the country figures out what the hell is going on.

  3. Patrick’s point is spot on here though. Where are the “Black Lives Matter ” activists mobilising against this much greater and consistent trivialisation of black lives.

  4. Actually Colm it is crap. BLM was formed to pointed out the lack of consequences when black people are killed by cops. Black people are very aware of the deaths by black on black crime, and the attempt to deflect the discussion of police brutality is obvious.

  5. no it wasn’t Mahons you should be ashamed of spewing such ignorant tripe…..

  6. BLM, was originally founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin……

    What Cops ?

  7. George Zimmerman was a member of the local neighbourhood watch, which was administered by the local police department. Those cops.

  8. That’s just being pedantic we all know BLM was formed to fight the lack of justice black people get when taken out. Be it by racists or law enforcement. Sometimes they’re one and the same as in George Floyd.
    Over-ruled pat council may continue

  9. Mahons

    If the numbers of black people shot and killed in Chicago In one weekend had been murdered by White race hate gangs Do you think BLM and assorted activists would have nothing to say about it because it wasn’t the cops who carried out the killings ? . Yes there is an issue relating to police treatment of black people but the far more pressing and real emergency criminally taking black lives in far greater numbers is violence by other black civilians , and the same sort of passionate street activism is needed to turn attention to that as well as ( not instead of) the focus on police behaviour.

  10. Seamus, on July 5th, 2020 at 10:15 PM Said: Edit Comment
    George Zimmerman was a member of the local neighbourhood watch, which was administered by the local police department. Those cops.

    TownWatch are not cops…… Mahons knows that even if you don’t.

  11. “TownWatch are not cops…… Mahons knows that even if you don’t.”

    But they are administered by cops. Which is why I said George Zimmerman was a member of the local neighbourhood watch, which was administered by the local police department. Maybe read what I wrote.

  12. Over-ruled Mr pat the gentleman will suspend
    Order order

  13. Colm – you aren’t comprehending the issue of complicity of the state in cases of police brutality which drives the issue. Blacks who kill blacks are prosecuted, convicted and jailed.

  14. Mahons.

    I understand the specific issue of State ‘immunity’ that fuels the protests around police behaviour. I am talking about the disproportionate language , activity and outrage n that matter compared to the much greater slaughter going on at the hands of other black gang members and leaders. It doesn’t have to be one or the other. It’s possible to organise community action and protest against both phenomena especially as one is the much bigger threat to black lives than the one that is getting all the attention.

  15. Colm I think if those neighbourhoods organise rallies for peace and a stop to killings that would be a fine thing . Maybe it happens but we don’t hear about it .

  16. //BLM was formed to pointed out the lack of consequences when black people are killed by cops. Black people are very aware of the deaths by black on black crime, and the attempt to deflect the discussion of police brutality is obvious.//

    That’s true, but Colm’s right as well. The high number of blacks killed by blacks, or rather the phenomenon of black/black killings, is directly related to the high rate of cop/black killings. If there were far less of the first, there’d be far less of the second too.

  17. Colm I think if those neighbourhoods organise rallies for peace and a stop to killings that would be a fine thing . Maybe it happens but we don’t hear about it .

    Those communities should organise marches to the homes of the gang leaders , drag them out and hand them over to the police !

  18. March to the home of a Blood or a Crip and see what happens to you.

    There are protests against ” gun violence “, but I’ve not seen one that directly addressed the gangs. The organizations that actually kill blacks in large numbers.