The whole “hands-up don’t shoot” campaign is an orchestrated divergence from realty. This is a nationwide problem for all Americans. There has been amelioration in the continuous militarization of the American police. I have no doubts that the police in the seven or eight states being invaded by the military for Operation Jade over the summer will be taking part in the exercises in some way or form. The whole racist flamethrower is taking away concerned citizens energies and focus from the bigger issue, not that excessive force by the nations police against blacks is not one.. All of America is under assault, at least all except a limited privileged few. There is little doubt in my mind that things are going to get a hell of a lot worse over the coming few years. A hell of a lot worse.
Yeah. Those numbers are real.
A total of 111 people were killed by police in the United States in March of 2015. Since 1900, in the entire United Kingdom, 52 people have been killed by police.
Don’t bother adjusting for population differences, or poverty, or mental illness, or anything else. The sheer fact that American police kill TWICE as many people per month as police have killed in the modern history of the United Kingdom is sick, preposterous, and alarming.
Over the past 35 years in America, an estimated 324,000 blacks have been killed at the hands of fellow blacks, proving “racist” white cops are the least of their worries.
By Pete Papaherakles —
There is now no doubt that Michael Brown was rightfully killed in self-defense by officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. The grand jury conclusively decided this was the case, and all the evidence confirms that decision. Yet most of the media, blinded black leaders and liberals still try to make the case that the biggest problem today in America is white cops killing innocent black males. This myth has been repeated over and over again, but, according to statistics compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics, blacks have more to fear from fellow blacks than they do from police officers across the country.