Black Lives Matter...

BLM: Good or Bad?


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Fuck off...

I still can't believe that people think that Americans should have in their guns right now. All over the country Democrats are refusing to protect their citizens and someone seriously wants people to start handing over their guns. That argument is over. I was raised in a very anti gun family and nobody ever owned a gun but 4 members ( that I know of ) including me are now getting guns.
Now waiting for Goat to try and say the right wing is the problem.
 
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I still can't believe that people think that Americans should have in their guns right now. All over the country Democrats are refusing to protect their citizens and someone seriously wants people to start handing over their guns. That argument is over. I was raised in a very anti gun family and nobody ever owned a gun but 4 members ( that I know of ) including me are now getting guns.
Now waiting for Goat to try and say the right wing is the problem.
Everybody I know now owns a gun or is going to get one... many Liberals and Democrats as well.
 
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Gotta feel for the non whites in the UK......even the fucking countryside is racist. When will this madness end? I think a fair percentage of minority groups actually believe this tripe.

 
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Keir Starmer was just asked on BBC breakfast news about BLM UK's aims to defund the police.

His response was "that's nonsense" then talked about how good, and valuable our police are.

Good to see that both main parties are happy to publicly state that the political aims of BLM UK are rubbish.
 
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Gotta feel for the non whites in the UK......even the fucking countryside is racist. When will this madness end? I think a fair percentage of minority groups actually believe this tripe.

My dad watched this last night and phoned me immediately to watch it... As a man of mixed ethnicity myself I found it insulting, patronising and frankly embarrassing that the public fund these pedo hiding cunts to produce such dross.

A lot of ethnic minorities don't go to the countryside because they are brought up in heavily built up areas or are just not interested like the majority of white folk.
 
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My dad watched this last night and phoned me immediately to watch it... As a man of mixed ethnicity myself I found it insulting, patronising and frankly embarrassing that the public fund these pedo hiding cunts to produce such dross.
Anyone with half a brain would find this whole thing beyond embarrassing but apart from mid class liberals, I feel there are a fair few ‘BAME’ (another term I loathe that creates even more division) people who are actually believing this shit.
 
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My dad watched this last night and phoned me immediately to watch it... As a man of mixed ethnicity myself I found it insulting, patronising and frankly embarrassing that the public fund these pedo hiding cunts to produce such dross.
Sorry buddy, as a mixed race man you have no place in the countryside. The foxes and the badgers don't want you. (strange, as the badgers look mixed race).

Seriously though, the reason a lot of ethnic minorities feel less comfortable in the country is that they disproportionately live in cities, and city folk often don't get the country until they spend a lot of time there.

It works the other way too. Take some bumpkin from a hamlet somewhere and drop them in London and see how comfortable they are.

Now, maybe inner city kids don't have the opportunity to learn about, or visit nature? That's fair enough, I'm happy to get city kids to engage in nature, there is just no reason to make it a race thing.
 
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Sorry buddy, as a mixed race man you have no place in the countryside. The foxes and the badgers don't want you. (strange, as the badgers look mixed race).

Seriously though, the reason a lot of black people feel less comfortable in the country is that they disproportionately live in cities, and city folk often don't get the country until they spend a lot of time there.

It works the other way too. Take some bumpkin from a hamlet somewhere and drop them in London and see how comfortable they are.

Now, maybe inner city kids don't have the opportunity to learn about, or visit nature? That's fair enough, I'm happy to get city kids to engage in nature, there is just no reason to make it a race thing.
Yeah I added that in regard to where you are from in terms of access to the countryside.

I live on the outskirts of the City and plenty of parks and countryside for me to walk the dog. A man I know who is black (I hope I don't get lynched for using that term) lives near by and he walks his dogs in said countryside which he has access to... It is shocking I know! :lol:
 
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Anyone with half a brain would find this whole thing beyond embarrassing but apart from mid class liberals, I feel there are a fair few ‘BAME’ (another term I loathe that creates even more division) people who are actually believing this shit.
The whole labeling thing to me is a big part of the problem. We all want equality but labeling terms and especially race baiting features like this are more damaging than good.
 
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Keir Starmer was just asked on BBC breakfast news about BLM UK's aims to defund the police.

His response was "that's nonsense" then talked about how good, and valuable our police are.

Good to see that both main parties are happy to publicly state that the political aims of BLM UK are rubbish.
So they should the idiots behind BLM UK trying to compare our police forces actions and problems to the USA's is comical.

We have one of better law enforcements across the world and zero comparison to the US's issues.
 
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Yeah I added that in regard to where you are from in terms of access to the countryside.

I live on the outskirts of the City and plenty of parks and countryside for me to walk the dog. A man I know who is black (I hope I don't get lynched for using that term) lives near by and he walks his dogs in said countryside which he has access to... It is shocking I know! :lol:
I was pretty uncomfortable in the country as a kid/teenager.

I live in Glasgow, which is minutes from hills, lochs, valleys, and just really beautiful countryside. We didn't have a car or much money though, so we never went.

Now that my family have money and cars that all love hill walking and camping.

So, I think it's more a money/access issue than a race one. But maybe that's my white privilege speaking. :lol:
 
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