Can viral videos stop police brutality?
06/07/2020 | news | other | 107
Do viral videos like the one captured of George Floyd's death actually reduce police abuse?
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Black Lives Matter ORGANISATION is hijacking the Black Lives Matter MOVEMENT among the common people in order to push their agenda of Marxist, communist, anti heterosexuality, pro-abortion, anti-police, anti-semitic and much more. The organisation is bent on destroying the Judaic-Christian culture and worldview. I apologise for my lack of melanin as a white privileged male. Removed
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Can viral videos stop endemic knife crime?
24. Posted bylistenon Can viral videos stop endemic knife crime? --- A couple of months ago I would have agreed. The issue is that generations of compounded poverty has driven many people of colour to take desparate actions to feed their famillies. This then becomes further compounded until many coloured young men consider violence to be the only thing they are good at. It can change! Removed
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33. Posted by Mark "The issue is that generations of compounded poverty has driven many people of colour to take desperate actions to feed their families." That is a very naïve view.
My children raped, battered, abused, terrorised, gagged - all with the help of police officers. Ten years of exposing it, with cover up after cover up by police , cps, judiciary. You only say things about police because you have no experience. What has happened to my family is known all the way to Pity Patel and Boris - and covered up. Germany 1935, this stuff was legal as well then. Removed
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We need a serious medical study into methods of restraint before conveniently cataloguing every case as brutality. It isn't unusual for several officers to pin down a white offender to the point of kneeling on them to deter spitting & biting, yet their main injury is normally a bruised ego. I'm convinced that black people are more vulnerable to the same methods & not just over-zealous policing. Removed
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