The White press, inflames the white public against Negros. The police are able to use it to paint the negro community as a criminal element.
The police are able to use the press to make the White public think that 90% or 99% of the people in the Negro community are criminals.
And once the White public is convinced that most of the Negro community is a criminal element, then this automatically paves the way for the police to move into the Negro community, exercising gestapo tactics, stopping any Black man on the sidewalk, whether he is guilty or whether he is innocent, whether he is well-dressed or whether he is poorly dressed, whether he is educated or whether he is dumb, whether he is a Christian or whether he is a Muslim. As long as he is Black and a member of the Black community, the White public thinks that the white policeman is justified in going in there and trampling on that man’s civil rights and on that man’s human rights.
Once the police has convinced the White public that the so-called Negro community is a criminal element, they can go in and question, brutalize, murder, unarmed innocent Black people, and the white public is gullible enough to back them up.
This makes the Black community a police state. It is the most heavily patrolled neighborhood, it has more police than any other neighborhood, yet it has more crime then any other neighborhood. How can you have more cops and more crime? Why? It shows you that cops must be in cahoots with the criminals!
We were millions in the streets in France supporting not only Charlie hebdo, but also jews killed, ahmed, the muslim policeman, and all the other victims. POC, white peoples, muslims, christians, jews, atheist were in the street hand by hand. What do you say, now?
OH MY GOD! ALMOST EVERY FRENCH IS RACIST? Wow fuck you, you and your shitty country! :)
Well go shove an entire baguette up your ass.
In 1965, at Jackson, Mississippi, Matt Herron took an iconic and ironic image from the civil rights era as a white policeman rips an American flag away from a young black boy, having already confiscated his ‘No More Police Brutality’ sign.
I would like to tell something about how I found out about racism. I live in central Asia in The Republic of Kazakhstan. There are more than 130 nationalities…and you know …we all live together in harmony I would say. I remember when I first learnt the word “racism” I was about 9 or 10 years old.
But before that, when I was younger, it was around the time when Michael Jackson’s skin started to become lighter and lighter (when we didn’t know he was sick with Vitiligo), I remember as my mom said “Why do dark skinned people lighting up themselves, isn’t it actually beautiful?”
Then after some time I saw a movie trailer where a white policeman said to a black women something like “What the hell are you doing in this park? Only white people can be here”…and I was in kind of shock…because aren’t they think that the dark skin is beautiful? After that moment I realized how bad things are on the west. That they have such a stupid ideology about skin colors. Even now I actually can’t get over it.
I have a very international family. We have russians, ukrainians,byelorussians, germans,armenians,kazakhs,tatars, there are muslims and christians and we all are a happy family. And I have so many friends whose moms are kazakhs and dads are russians or ukrainians. Christians and muslims celebrate their national holidays together, like nauryz or easter. And again, we all live together in harmony.
All I can say is comparing to all the situation with attitude to black people or asians on the west, I am so happy I was born and bred in my country. You can call us The Third World countries or make stupid movies about Kazakhstan like “Borat” but you have so many things to learn from us.
Of course I can’t say there is totally no racism and nationalism in Kazakhstan. I felt it in school and in university, there were some teachers who hated russians , half kazakhs and russians, kazakhs who actually don’t really understand kazakh language. But it means nothing to me, when I am surrounded by people, despite their race or religion, who are lovely, supportive and kind.
Berkeley, Mo., did not have a quiet Christmas Eve.
Protests flared into early Thursday in the St. Louis suburb where a white policeman fatally shot black man Antonia Martin after he allegedly brandished a gun at a gas station in on Tuesday night, just miles from the spot in Ferguson where black teen Michael Brown was killed in August.
Activists protested for a third day in Madison, Wisconsin, on Sunday over the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman, the latest in a string of killings that have intensified concerns of racial bias in U.S. law enforcement.
More than 100 people angry over the death of Tony Robinson Jr. marched through the streets of Madison toward the capital building on Sunday evening, carrying signs, beating drums and chanting “The people united will never be defeated.”
Earlier scores of people who took part in a sign-making event designed to involve children in the civil action rallied outside the apartment home where Robinson died.
Robinson, 19, was shot in Madison, Wisconsin’s capital, on Friday evening after Officer Matt Kenny responded to calls about a man dodging cars in traffic who had allegedly battered another person, Police Chief Mike Koval said.
Kenny, 45, followed the suspect into an apartment, where the officer was struck in the head, according to Koval. Kenny then shot the unarmed teen, who died later in a local hospital.
Last year, the deaths of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City triggered a wave of demonstrations against the use of excessive force by law enforcement officers.
Kenny is on paid administrative leave while the Wisconsin Department of Justice conducts an investigation.
In a statement on the city’s website, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin called the shooting “a tragedy beyond description” and said the city would be transparent in communicating results of an investigation into the shooting.
He noted that the incident occurred on the same weekend as the 50th anniversary of the “Bloody Sunday” march in Selma, Alabama, a turning-point in the U.S. civil rights movement. Kenny, a 12-year veteran of the Madison Police Department, was exonerated in a police shooting in 2007 and even earned a commendation in the incident, Koval said.
According to media reports, a 48-year-old man in that instance was shot to death after he pointed a gun at officers and refused to drop his weapon. The weapon was later determined to be a replica of a .38-caliber handgun.
Wisconsin court records show that Robinson pleaded guilty to armed robbery last year and received a probated six-month sentence. Koval declined to comment on Robinson’s record.