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    Next chapter in BLM outrage porn

    So now that the book has closed on the George Floyd story, it's time to find some more outrage porn to get militant leftists angry about.


    Annnnnnnd it looks like his week a police officer shoots a knife wielding black teenager who was trying to kill another black teen. Thereby saving her life from a crazed assailant. A black life was saved.

    And BLM isn't having it

    Jee, I wonder why? A cop saved a life of a black youth. It's not about protecting the lives of innocent black people. It's about protecting and glorifying criminals.

    Burn Loot & Murder

    #2
    Yep so true, I have been saying blm isn’t what they pretend to be for many years. Breonna Taylor’s mom has even called them out on their BS. Some people are starting to wake up. BlM is racist.

    anyways, did you hear some of the shit speakers were saying yesterday... this woman stands up and talks of being a bully and having a criminal record... beating random ppl but that doesn’t make her bad... she is a good person and her children were stolen by social services, which is racist.

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    • SusieDerkins
      SusieDerkins commented
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      BLM and Antifa Work for the US government. It’s all about an agenda. Even Having Trump as President was an agenda. So everybody could turn the hate on him and white people to divide the country even more.

    #3
    Typical racist shit by 6 eyed

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      #4
      A vigil was held for the girl that was about to stab another girl in the stomach


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      Her mother said the girl that was about to stab another girl in the stomach was....

      Paula Bryant said: "Ma'Khia was a sweet little girl. She didn't deserve what happened to her."


      And the family was disturbed by the "unjustified" use of force against a girl that was trying to stab some bitches to death


      "Ma'Khia was a good student, a good person, and did not deserve what happened to her. We want to remind everyone Ma'Khia was only a 16 year old teenage girl. We are deeply disturbed by the disproportionate and unjustified use of force in this situation," the family said. "And while we remain encouraged by public support and all of the prayers shared with us; at the end of the day, we know nothing will bring back our beloved Ma'Khia. We respectfully request justice for Ma'Khia Bryant."
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      https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...umbus-n1264997

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        #5
        I have seen multiple videos of this and that police officer is a hero.
        He stopped the man from kicking the girl on the ground in the head and then stopped the threat of the girl trying to stab the other girl. Of course the media and BLM will twist the story and make it that the cop is a racist. It’s a sad state to be a police officer in America.

        Even seeing a video from the neighbor where you can hear the girl say I’m gonna stab you stab the fuck out of you bitch
        At this point I think all white police officers should quit and they should hire all black police officers

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          #6
          The details of this are quite sad really

          she was in foster care
          the two women fighting with her were women who walked on her foster parents property to physically threaten her

          The cop made no attempt to deescalate. He just saw the knife and shot

          But if you consider the details
          A 16 year old girl from a fucked up background threatened by grown women on her property. She was the one who called the police, for help.
          the cop didn't consider that. he just killed her.. it was a fear based response on his part. His training should be to deescalate

          She didn't have a gun. A steak knife can be deescalated. I've heard of plenty of knife fights that ended with the perpetrator being arrested.

          It's amazing how people just accept what should be a last resort as a first resort

          And using this to bootlick and excuse what basically amounts to really poor training on behalf of police is just as bad as using it as outrage porn
          Last edited by Meliai; 04-23-2021, 11:46 AM.

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          • mallyboppa
            mallyboppa commented
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            To be fair the cop didn't know any of those things ! he saw a person with a big knife trying to stab someone to death ,
            My problem with the scene is if the 16 yr old (and she is big for 16 ) was the one that needed police help why did it look the other way round ?

          #7
          This would be the equivalent of

          if pro 2a 6 eyed took his gun out to greet someone who was trying to fight him on his property and he called the cops for backup
          and the cops saw 6 had a gun and shot him as soon as he got there

          I dont understand how pro 2a people can be glad a 15 year old girl is dead for defending herself with a weapon on her own property

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            #8
            Originally posted by Meliai View Post
            This would be the equivalent of

            if pro 2a 6 eyed took his gun out to greet someone who was trying to fight him on his property and he called the cops for backup
            and the cops saw 6 had a gun and shot him as soon as he got there

            I dont understand how pro 2a people can be glad a 15 year old girl is dead for defending herself with a weapon on her own property
            She wasn't just holding the knife though was she nor did she appear to be defending herself ?
            not wanting to get involved with the BLM outrage thread or anything so perhaps I shouldn't comment (although I don't have a side here ) But if I was the cop in that situation I would have shot her Sorry

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              #9
              mallyboppa I guess my point is cops should be trained to deescalate. He didn't know any of that but even in a split second situation steps should be taken to assess the situation. It just seems like someone with a knife could easily be tasered and restrained

              Anyways I watched the video after making my post. Not the one 6 posted but the actual bodycam footage. And yeah, I get it. These women did come on her property but she clearly looks like the aggressor in the bodycam footage.

              I'm not saying the cop should be charged or that he necessarily did anything wrong, but I do find it disturbing that it seems like this is being gleefully used to justify a shoot first ask questions later mentality. I just find the whole thing sad.

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              • mallyboppa
                mallyboppa commented
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                Yes Sad I agree !

              #10
              Meliai speaks some serious truth

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                #11
                https://vidmax.com/video/203918-new-...t-of-you-bitch

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                  #12
                  Yeah, I'm trained in deescalation for folks with and without weapons. Shooting someone without a gun isn't necessary without a LOT of other methods used first. It should be the last step in the hierarchy.

                  I do relate though, sometimes it's very difficult not to react impulsively in the moment, and everyone makes mistakes. Your instincts are to remove the threat as quickly as possible, and it takes a lot of practice to not act on that instinct immediately.

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                    #13
                    Originally posted by Meliai View Post
                    The details of this are quite sad really

                    she was in foster care
                    the two women fighting with her were women who walked on her foster parents property to physically threaten her

                    The cop made no attempt to deescalate. He just saw the knife and shot

                    But if you consider the details
                    A 16 year old girl from a fucked up background threatened by grown women on her property. She was the one who called the police, for help.
                    the cop didn't consider that. he just killed her.. it was a fear based response on his part. His training should be to deescalate

                    She didn't have a gun. A steak knife can be deescalated. I've heard of plenty of knife fights that ended with the perpetrator being arrested.

                    It's amazing how people just accept what should be a last resort as a first resort

                    And using this to bootlick and excuse what basically amounts to really poor training on behalf of police is just as bad as using it as outrage porn
                    Please explain how he is supposed to de-escalate in the 3 seconds he has from stepping on to the footpath to see one girl about to stab another?


                    What is actually "poor training", what would be better training in this instance

                    Or anyone else since Meliai won't answer


                    Also: are we supposed to believe she called the police, but when they turn up she runs around trying to stab people?

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                      #14
                      Originally posted by Youfreeme View Post
                      Yeah, I'm trained in deescalation for folks with and without weapons. Shooting someone without a gun isn't necessary without a LOT of other methods used first. It should be the last step in the hierarchy.

                      I do relate though, sometimes it's very difficult not to react impulsively in the moment, and everyone makes mistakes. Your instincts are to remove the threat as quickly as possible, and it takes a lot of practice to not act on that instinct immediately.
                      So, how would you de-escalate in that instance?

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                        #15
                        Originally posted by Youfreeme View Post
                        Yeah, I'm trained in deescalation for folks with and without weapons. Shooting someone without a gun isn't necessary without a LOT of other methods used first. It should be the last step in the hierarchy.

                        I do relate though, sometimes it's very difficult not to react impulsively in the moment, and everyone makes mistakes. Your instincts are to remove the threat as quickly as possible, and it takes a lot of practice to not act on that instinct immediately.
                        If I was about to fight someone at that age, you wouldn't have de-escalated shit.

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