Cop murders black man via suffocation

Joe E

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Jul 29, 2012
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Wow, NOW you're finally starting to wake up, and it only took 40 years of "trickle down" for you to realise that no, you're just getting pissed on!

Too bad in November you'll just vote for more socialist wealth redistribution handouts to the Waltons and Bezoses, though. :patsch

And you'll vote for your social security to be decimated. Like a good little useful idiot. :thumbsup

:hat
You're in way over your head, Rudder. Stick to Ice Cream.
 

steviebruno

CHB NYC Delegate
Jun 5, 2013
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The church isn't there to perceive or address it. God gave man free will and all will be judged in the afterlife. (If you believe in him)

If there's any conflict or doubt it's within you and you've already made your prejudice plain as day.
So the church should remain silent on injustice; we should be okay while children growing up in a cyclical pattern of poverty and despair.

... Slaves should have been content and not longed for freedom from their "Christian" masters. MLK was wrong for using the church to cause civil unrest and promote his socialist agenda. We should all just wait around to appear at the judgment seat of Christ... well, this is what he is going to tell us:

"...for I was hungry and you gave me no food; I was thirsty and you gave me no drink; I was a stranger and you did not take me in, naked and you did not clothe me; sick and in prison and you did not visit me"...

The bible calls on us to meet the needs of the people and adequately and compassionately respond to people who are suffering, not sit around waiting for judgment day.

We can go on missionary trips all over the world and endure all sorts of persecution, but we can't go on a mission for Detroit... or Chicago. There's a problem there, I think...
 

Joe E

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Jul 29, 2012
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The church isn't there to perceive or address it. God gave man free will and all will be judged in the afterlife. (If you believe in him)

If there's any conflict or doubt it's within you and you've already made your prejudice plain as day.
Speaking of the clergy, and how some God fearing persons like @steviebruno thought during the American Revolutionary War, here's an interesting article.

Black-Robed Regiment
https://teachinghistory.org/history-content/ask-a-historian/24635
 

tommygun711

You don't have the capability for mayhem
Jun 4, 2013
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It is the rich ruining the country, Pete. The rich persons that buy and sell politicians at their whim. Without the rich the left and the establishment right would not only be Philosophically and morally bankrupt, they'd all be broke.
This is interesting, Joe. Don't tell me you are turning into a Republican socialist like Saagar.

Aren't you in favor of tax cuts for the rich?
 
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Joe E

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Jul 29, 2012
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They swarmed their car, and if you watch the video they try to get out multiple times, stop, go again and the idiots climb back on the car. Cops are assholes, but the rioters in this case are at fault and deserve every injury.
They're allowed to do that. For the cause.
 

SwollenGoat

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May 17, 2013
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So the church should remain silent on injustice; we should be okay while children growing up in a cyclical pattern of poverty and despair.

... Slaves should have been content and not longed for freedom from their "Christian" masters. MLK was wrong for using the church to cause civil unrest and promote his socialist agenda. We should all just wait around to appear at the judgment seat of Christ... well, this is what he is going to tell us:

"...for I was hungry and you gave me no food; I was thirsty and you gave me no drink; I was a stranger and you did not take me in, naked and you did not clothe me; sick and in prison and you did not visit me"...

The bible calls on us to meet the needs of the people and adequately and compassionately respond to people who are suffering, not sit around waiting for judgment day.

We can go on missionary trips all over the world and endure all sorts of persecution, but we can't go on a mission for Detroit... or Chicago. There's a problem there, I think...
PREACH IT!

:clap
 

SwollenGoat

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This is interesting, Joe. Don't tell me you are turning into a Republican socialist like Saagar.

Aren't you in favor of tax cuts for the rich?
Have you listened to Saagar's podcast? He's not a socialist at all. He's not conservative by any measure that I'd understand either. He's some weird sort of populist that I have a hard time placing anywhere. I find him obnoxious, but he's not a socialist
 
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tommygun711

You don't have the capability for mayhem
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Have you listened to Saagar's podcast? He's not a socialist at all. He's not conservative by any measure that I'd understand either. He's some weird sort of populist that I have a hard time placing anywhere. I find him obnoxious, but he's not a socialist
Hmmm... I don't know. I have watched Rising with Krystal and Saagar on TheHill youtube channel.

I admit maybe calling him a socialist might not be the best label, so I'll walk that back. fiscally he doesn't sound conservative though.

I agree that he is a populist, sometimes though he sounds like a socialist to me. For example he has no issue at all talking about corporate power and inequality. he seems to be against free market fundamentalism. he doesnt really like libertarianism. I have heard him criticize trumps tax cut before. at the very least he sounds fiscally to the left on some things.
 
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Hmmm... I don't know. I have watched Rising with Krystal and Saagar on TheHill youtube channel.

I admit maybe calling him a socialist might not be the best label, so I'll walk that back. fiscally he doesn't sound conservative though.

I agree that he is a populist, sometimes though he sounds like a socialist to me. For example he has no issue at all talking about corporate power and inequality. he seems to be against free market fundamentalism. he doesnt really like libertarianism. I have heard him criticize trumps tax cut before. at the very least he sounds fiscally to the left on some things.
It's because he works hard to find common ground with Krystal. Listen to his podcast. I agree that he isn't conservative. I have yet to find what his policy is that is conservative. Outside of limited foreign interference I guess