Very brave woman. Racism has no place anywhere in the world. You know that this problem is even worse in America. Black people must unite so that we can say that we are a single force that will not allow such a relationship from white people.
Growing up, we were taught that the Fire Nation was the greatest civilization in history. And somehow, the War was our way of sharing our greatness with the rest of the world. What an amazing lie that was. The people of the world are terrified by the Fire Nation. They don’t see our greatness. They hate us! And we deserve it! We’ve created an era of fear in the world. And if we don’t want the world to destroy itself, we need to replace it with an era of peace and kindness.
Prince Zuko, ATLA, Season 3: The Day of the Black Sun Me @ the United States
Dear #BlueLivesMatter and #AllLivesMatter, which demographic is the biggest threat to the police? You guessed it...
There seems to be this pervasive LIE that Black Lives Matter (or Black people in general) perpetuates and provokes violence towards the police. Because asking for police to stop killing unarmed Black people is clearly a sign of aggression (that’s sarcasm btw). In order to annihilate and obliterate that falsehood, below is a short list I’ve compiled of biggest killers of police. So, who is the biggest threat to law enforcement? Here’s a hint: They’re CAUCS. Enjoy!
Trent Forster (WHITE COP KILLER)
Jayson P. Eggenberg (WHITE COP KILLER)
Andrew Howard Brannan (WHITE COP KILLER)
Charles E. Smith (WHITE COP KILLER)
Joseph Christopher Garcia, Randy Ethan Halprin, Larry James Harper, Patrick Henry Murphy, Jr., Donald Keith Newbury, George Angel Rivas, Jr. & Michael Anthony Rodriguez (WHITE COP KILLERS)
Eric Michael Clark (WHITE COP KILLER)
George Timothy Williams (WHITE COP KILLER)
Timothy Russell (WHITE COP KILLER)
Daniel E. Raines (WHITE COP KILLER)
Boyd Matthew Meekins (WHITE COP KILLER)
James Allen Beck (WHITE COP KILLER)
Larry Peck (WHITE COP KILLER)
Steven Bixby (WHITE COP KILLER)
Kyle D. Joekel, Terry Lyn Smith & Derrick Smith (WHITE COP KILLERS)
Stephen Kessler (WHITE COP KILLER)
Brian Butler & Jerid Eldridge (WHITE COP KILLERS)
Earl Flippen (WHITE COP KILLER)
Matthaeus Jaehnig (WHITE COP KILLER)
Ralph James “Bucky” Phillips (WHITE COP KILLER)
Jacob D. Robida (WHITE COP KILLER)
Michael Kennedy (WHITE COP KILLER)
Richard Poplawski (WHITE COP KILLER)
Ryan David Frederick (WHITE COP KILLER)
Dennis Eugene Gurney (WHITE COP KILLER)
Jerry Kane, Jr. & Joseph Kane (WHITE COP KILLERS)
David Michael Knick & Robert Duston Strong (WHITE COP KILLERS)
Randy Gilbert Newberry (WHITE COP KILLER)
Brian Lyn Smith & Kyle David Joeke (WHITE COP KILLERS)
the same people crying freedom of speech whenever you criticize a nazi are screaming at people taking the knee to get out of the country, or that they should lose their jobs, or have the government crack down on them in some way.
they don’t give a shit about freedom of speech, they give a shit about freedom to oppress.
Gabriel Bell Born: April 24, 1987 Died: September 3, 2024
Known as the father of Earth’s post-modern reformism, Bell galvanized the people and government of the United States of America when he led an uprising in San Francisco’s Sanctuary District “A.” Besides arranging for food and medical supplies for the hostages, Bell was able to establish a wide broadcast data link through the planetary communication system, “Interface.” Through this broadcast, he was able bring an unavoidable awareness of the ineffective and cruel nature of the time’s Sanctuary Districts to a wide audience. This helped create public outcry for massive reform to the mental health and criminal justice systems as well as widespread economic change. The American political climate eventually shifted towards justice and equality, and away from the climate of inequality and ignorance. Although Bell was killed during the uprising, he is known as a figurehead for the movement and change it spawned, and the uprising has since been known as the Bell Riots.
(“Liberate the Oppressed,” motto, U.S. Army Special Forces)
Within hours of the cowardly attacks of September 11, 2001,
America’s Special Operations Forces were called to action, formulating
an unconventional warfare response to the acts of terrorism inflicted on
our country. Not since the patriots’ actions of Concord and Lexington
in our Revolution has first priority been given to such an
unconventional approach. The force of choice, eventually known as Task
Force Dagger, was a multiservice, inter-agency task force built
primarily around the Green Berets of the 5th Special Forces Group. Key
to the task force’s success was a partnership formed between Army
Special Operations and civilian professionals brought together to
accomplish their assigned mission: destroy the Taliban regime and deny
Afghanistan as a sanctuary for Al Qaeda. On the night of October 19,
2001, braving severe weather conditions and a ruthless enemy, the “A”
Teams of the 5th Special Forces Group began infiltrating throughout
Afghanistan. Helicopter infiltration and fire support was provided by
the world’s finest helicopter aviators, the “Nightstalkers” of the
Army’s 160th Special Operation Aviation Regiment. Operating together
with their CIA counterparts and Air Force combat controllers, the teams
made contact with the various ethnic indigenous forces still holding out
against the Taliban regime. Collectively, these integrated “A” Teams
fought heroically under incredibly dangerous and austere conditions
alongside their Afghan counterparts and accomplished what so many
said could not be done … overthrowing the Taliban regime in that most
dangerous of countries, Afghanistan. America’s Response Monument, “De
Oppresso Liber,” features a Special Forces soldier representative of the
many operational detachments “A” who operated across Afghanistan. Some
of these A-Teams uniquely fought mounted on horseback alongside their
Uzbek counterparts, successfully blending both ancient and 21st century
state of the art methods of warfare against our enemies. These
operators, informally referred to as “Horse Soldiers” or “Afghan Mounted
Rifles,” were the first Americans to fight on horseback in over 50
years. This image was selected because it typifies the courage,
adaptability and resourcefulness that are the hallmarks of America’s
Special Operations community. The steel girder protruding from beneath
the rocks is an actual piece of the World Trade Center Towers and as
such is considered a national treasure. It symbolizes the connection
between the events of 9/11 and the actions of the Special
Operations heroes this monument honors. You are welcome and encouraged
to touch it. This monument is intended to honor the incredible courage,
initiative, and resourcefulness of all members of all branches of the
armed forces who went and fought the battle of 9/11. It recognizes all
of the men of Special Forces, all the great men and women of our joint
Special Operations Forces, the intrepid officers of the Central
Intelligence Agency and the entire inter-agency teams whose dedication,
courage and commitment to the people of the United States of America
were called upon in those terrible early days following the attacks of
9/11 to bring justice to those who would attack us. This monument serves
as a most grateful recognition by the American people of their
extraordinary service and sacrifice.
What part of the US constitution allows Bernie Sander's programs? Why should we have a single payer system when the VA is a single payer system and lets down our veterans?
This is the age-old argument about the limits of the Constitution.Does the Constitution grant power to government or grant rights to people?
In this case, I would argue that it does not matter, In the preamble of the constitution it reads:
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. (x)
In most areas, two or three dominant insurers dominate the regional market, limit competition and make it extremely difficult if not impossible for new insurers to enter the marketplace and stimulate price competition.
Medicare Advantage, which enrolls seniors in private health plans, has failed to deliver care more efficiently than traditional fee-for-service Medicare. Both the CBO and the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), the commission which advises congress on Medicare’s finances, have calculated that Medicare Advantage plans covering the same care as traditional Medicare cost 12 percent more
Still relevant today in time when our tax dollars should be used to fix our broken society. Instead, our tax dollars is used to subsidizing the rich, big oil, supporting Israel, and paying for reckless wars.
prisoners do so much work for this country yet get no fucking political say. So people who aren’t prisoners can vote and say “yeah prisoners shouldn’t get a vote, yeah prisoners should get pennies for back breaking work” and so on.
and prisoners just have to roll with that because we’ve taken their political power from them, yet still force them to make us money. We’ve essentially taken away their humanity, and for the most part for petty bullshit that is meaningless in the grand scheme of things and literally exists to hold slots in prisons so private prison owners can make money.
If you’re okay with all this shit going down, you don’t believe in democracy, and you absolutely don’t believe in the people.