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User avatar #234 - ericzxvc (5 hours ago) [-]
I have watched it, it does not address the fact that there are many police who are not doing their job properly. That is the problem. You want examples? An officer choking out Eric Garner, who admitted his wrong, that's shit you have to eliminate before it happens and not just apologize. Because guess what? Apologizing doesn't bring him back to life, but an excessive use of force and an illegal chokehold does. Or how about Brisbon who was shot and killed because an officer mistook his bottle of pills for a gun, did he deserve to die? Was his death solved by your video for "taking responsibility for his actions"? Or even the video you showed where the cop shot a black guy for getting his license, he got arrested but it still happens. And that is the problem that it will happen, regardless of if they get punished or not these situations are still happening and that's what you need to stop. This is why you can't grasp the scope of the situation, you think one stupid video from some uneducated guy completely solves the problem simply because he's black. So therefore he has to be right. Did Garner die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions, or because an officer used an illegal chokehold? Did Brisbon die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions or because an officer used a gun when he didn't have to? The burden of proof is on you, because anyone with a brain has acknowledged there's a problem. The President has declared something must be done, the entire Ferguson police force was disbanded, thousands of people are protesting, everywhere on media you see discussions of the problem. There's no "burden of proof fallacy" there's simply me assuming you had at the very least the coherence to notice the accepted fact that there is a problem, obviously I was wrong.
#230 - Here, let me boil my argument down to one statement since it's…  [+] (3 new replies) 14 hours ago on Somebody’s been using... 0
User avatar #231 - ericzxvc (14 hours ago) [-]
Yes they are, so the police are responsible for unreasonable uses of force. That's also what I'm arguing. Obviously you know nothing about arguments because you believe the existence of one case where if we hypothesize that it was just to kill him (which I don't agree with but that is irrelevant) then it invalidates every other claim. Also in the reverse the existence of one case where justice was served does not eliminate the problem, the fact that you believe so and are trying to cite two individual grains of sand in a beach shows your inability to grasp the scope of the situation. I have been avoiding specifics because my argument is that there is a problem with the culture and the way police are trained, not that any individual case was right or wrong, however there are many examples and if you want them researching them is exceedingly easy considering how frequently they occur. But I will not cite them because I'm not in the business in arguing over semantics of individual cases when a handful of individual cases is much too small a sample size to prove anything.
My argument is that racism exists among people (just this site itself has many brilliant examples of everyday racism).
That racism exists among the police.
That more people and especially black people die at the hands of police then is completely necessary.
That not every police person is given an appropriate punishment for an infraction they committed.
That many of these deaths are preventable.
I'm not debating individual cases, I'm debating that these things can be mitigated. Part of the mistake you are making is believing that just because a cop is punished for their action then it is solved. Even if they are punished someone is still dead, and I'm talking about ways to prevent that person dying in the first place and not just punishing the cop for doing it.
User avatar #232 - SteyrAUG (13 hours ago) [-]
There are always two parties in an altercation with the police. If one of the two of them chose not to fight (notably, the one who was breaking the law which in a majority of cases is not the police) then there would be very little police brutality in today's culture.

Burden of proof fallacy. See chart on comment #230. I may have only "produced 2 grains of sand on a beach" but you've produced zero. You want me to grasp the scope of the situation? Then do some work. If your argument is simple to back up with "exceedingly easy research" then prove it.

It is not my job to make your argument for you.

We come full circle back to the video that i'm now 75% sure you didn't watch:

Will the Real Black Americans Please stand up. By Charles R. Patrick  Furguson

I'd recommend you watch it on loop until you get the message.

And you can just dismiss all of this if you'd like, but that doesn't help progress. If you REALLY wanna help, i'd recommend spreading the message in Charles Patrick's video.
User avatar #234 - ericzxvc (5 hours ago) [-]
I have watched it, it does not address the fact that there are many police who are not doing their job properly. That is the problem. You want examples? An officer choking out Eric Garner, who admitted his wrong, that's shit you have to eliminate before it happens and not just apologize. Because guess what? Apologizing doesn't bring him back to life, but an excessive use of force and an illegal chokehold does. Or how about Brisbon who was shot and killed because an officer mistook his bottle of pills for a gun, did he deserve to die? Was his death solved by your video for "taking responsibility for his actions"? Or even the video you showed where the cop shot a black guy for getting his license, he got arrested but it still happens. And that is the problem that it will happen, regardless of if they get punished or not these situations are still happening and that's what you need to stop. This is why you can't grasp the scope of the situation, you think one stupid video from some uneducated guy completely solves the problem simply because he's black. So therefore he has to be right. Did Garner die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions, or because an officer used an illegal chokehold? Did Brisbon die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions or because an officer used a gun when he didn't have to? The burden of proof is on you, because anyone with a brain has acknowledged there's a problem. The President has declared something must be done, the entire Ferguson police force was disbanded, thousands of people are protesting, everywhere on media you see discussions of the problem. There's no "burden of proof fallacy" there's simply me assuming you had at the very least the coherence to notice the accepted fact that there is a problem, obviously I was wrong.
#228 - You sound like you think the police can get away with anything…  [+] (5 new replies) 14 hours ago on Somebody’s been using... 0
User avatar #229 - ericzxvc (14 hours ago) [-]
Of course there's no protest over that case, the guy got arrested. What in the world would there be to protest for? What would make it notable at all? Guy shoots someone, gets arrested, that's what should happen that's should be what's expected and therefore not worth mentioning twice. I haven't even mentioned Michael Brown once, I simply said it wasn't about him specifically so I don't know why you keep on going back to that. And you're saying I should be fighting against the cop being arrested? The point you're trying to make doesn't make any sense at all. Why do you think it's about the story? It's about people's lives, I don't know why I'm having a conversation with someone who doesn't seem to appreciate the value of a human life and thinks the entire movement is over making a good story... You literally linked a video that claimed racism still exists, I don't know why I'm still talking to you, you're either young or uneducated and I'm not sure which is worse.
#230 - SteyrAUG (14 hours ago) [-]
Here, let me boil my argument down to one statement since it's so hard to understand:

People are responsible for their own actions.

Why would anyone care about a legitimate profiling case where the cop was arrested? Oh I don't know, because it's exactly what you're trying to fight against. It's straight up racism. Why do I keep bringing up the mike brown case? Because you keep trying to avoid it. You talk about all of these things in general, and yet you have not given one single piece of evidence other than your feelings about the whole thing to back yourself up. All while calling me uneducated and young.

See chart on left. It should help you come up with a structured and reasonable counterargument.
User avatar #231 - ericzxvc (14 hours ago) [-]
Yes they are, so the police are responsible for unreasonable uses of force. That's also what I'm arguing. Obviously you know nothing about arguments because you believe the existence of one case where if we hypothesize that it was just to kill him (which I don't agree with but that is irrelevant) then it invalidates every other claim. Also in the reverse the existence of one case where justice was served does not eliminate the problem, the fact that you believe so and are trying to cite two individual grains of sand in a beach shows your inability to grasp the scope of the situation. I have been avoiding specifics because my argument is that there is a problem with the culture and the way police are trained, not that any individual case was right or wrong, however there are many examples and if you want them researching them is exceedingly easy considering how frequently they occur. But I will not cite them because I'm not in the business in arguing over semantics of individual cases when a handful of individual cases is much too small a sample size to prove anything.
My argument is that racism exists among people (just this site itself has many brilliant examples of everyday racism).
That racism exists among the police.
That more people and especially black people die at the hands of police then is completely necessary.
That not every police person is given an appropriate punishment for an infraction they committed.
That many of these deaths are preventable.
I'm not debating individual cases, I'm debating that these things can be mitigated. Part of the mistake you are making is believing that just because a cop is punished for their action then it is solved. Even if they are punished someone is still dead, and I'm talking about ways to prevent that person dying in the first place and not just punishing the cop for doing it.
User avatar #232 - SteyrAUG (13 hours ago) [-]
There are always two parties in an altercation with the police. If one of the two of them chose not to fight (notably, the one who was breaking the law which in a majority of cases is not the police) then there would be very little police brutality in today's culture.

Burden of proof fallacy. See chart on comment #230. I may have only "produced 2 grains of sand on a beach" but you've produced zero. You want me to grasp the scope of the situation? Then do some work. If your argument is simple to back up with "exceedingly easy research" then prove it.

It is not my job to make your argument for you.

We come full circle back to the video that i'm now 75% sure you didn't watch:

Will the Real Black Americans Please stand up. By Charles R. Patrick  Furguson

I'd recommend you watch it on loop until you get the message.

And you can just dismiss all of this if you'd like, but that doesn't help progress. If you REALLY wanna help, i'd recommend spreading the message in Charles Patrick's video.
User avatar #234 - ericzxvc (5 hours ago) [-]
I have watched it, it does not address the fact that there are many police who are not doing their job properly. That is the problem. You want examples? An officer choking out Eric Garner, who admitted his wrong, that's shit you have to eliminate before it happens and not just apologize. Because guess what? Apologizing doesn't bring him back to life, but an excessive use of force and an illegal chokehold does. Or how about Brisbon who was shot and killed because an officer mistook his bottle of pills for a gun, did he deserve to die? Was his death solved by your video for "taking responsibility for his actions"? Or even the video you showed where the cop shot a black guy for getting his license, he got arrested but it still happens. And that is the problem that it will happen, regardless of if they get punished or not these situations are still happening and that's what you need to stop. This is why you can't grasp the scope of the situation, you think one stupid video from some uneducated guy completely solves the problem simply because he's black. So therefore he has to be right. Did Garner die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions, or because an officer used an illegal chokehold? Did Brisbon die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions or because an officer used a gun when he didn't have to? The burden of proof is on you, because anyone with a brain has acknowledged there's a problem. The President has declared something must be done, the entire Ferguson police force was disbanded, thousands of people are protesting, everywhere on media you see discussions of the problem. There's no "burden of proof fallacy" there's simply me assuming you had at the very least the coherence to notice the accepted fact that there is a problem, obviously I was wrong.
#226 - I never said they deserved it, only that it was ea…  [+] (7 new replies) 15 hours ago on Somebody’s been using... 0
User avatar #227 - ericzxvc (15 hours ago) [-]
The world isn't perfect. Just because one person does something wrong doesn't make them deserve someone else doing something wrong, an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. I'm not saying to fight hatred with hatred, I don't hate the police, but I do think there should be a police reform on teaching the police how to solve situations peacefully and no more of this "shoot first ask questions later". It's not only people breaking the law that suffer the violence, there have been stories that have come out of completely innocent people being beaten and/or killed. And if you committed a minor crime and are suffering violence that's also wrong, people make mistakes, I'm willing to put money on the fact that almost every person has broken a law in their life time (speeding, underage drinking, casual drugs ie weed, parking infraction etc...). The violence isn't the only problem, because the racism is still prevalent, in Ferguson 92% of the stop and searches are against black people despite white people carrying more drugs. That's racial profiling that nobody should have to go through based on the skin colour they were born with.
User avatar #228 - SteyrAUG (14 hours ago) [-]
You sound like you think the police can get away with anything if the guy they accost is black, so here's one, where the guy was actually innocent of all crimes and didn't resist (the kind of thing you SHOULD be fighting against,:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaaeXIg9kSk

Cop shot the guy for complying. Guess what? Cop got fired. Cop was arrested. Cop awaiting verdict:

www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/25/sean-groubert-fired-arrested_n_5879694.html

Who cares? No one. Why? Because there was a thug that tried to grab a cop's gun and then got shot for it and that's a better story.

So do you have any examples where the police officer beat the shit out of a guy for nothing and then got away with it? You are accusing them of that after all. And it might help your case, since the argument is there's STILL racism in america, if they were from the last few years.
User avatar #229 - ericzxvc (14 hours ago) [-]
Of course there's no protest over that case, the guy got arrested. What in the world would there be to protest for? What would make it notable at all? Guy shoots someone, gets arrested, that's what should happen that's should be what's expected and therefore not worth mentioning twice. I haven't even mentioned Michael Brown once, I simply said it wasn't about him specifically so I don't know why you keep on going back to that. And you're saying I should be fighting against the cop being arrested? The point you're trying to make doesn't make any sense at all. Why do you think it's about the story? It's about people's lives, I don't know why I'm having a conversation with someone who doesn't seem to appreciate the value of a human life and thinks the entire movement is over making a good story... You literally linked a video that claimed racism still exists, I don't know why I'm still talking to you, you're either young or uneducated and I'm not sure which is worse.
#230 - SteyrAUG (14 hours ago) [-]
Here, let me boil my argument down to one statement since it's so hard to understand:

People are responsible for their own actions.

Why would anyone care about a legitimate profiling case where the cop was arrested? Oh I don't know, because it's exactly what you're trying to fight against. It's straight up racism. Why do I keep bringing up the mike brown case? Because you keep trying to avoid it. You talk about all of these things in general, and yet you have not given one single piece of evidence other than your feelings about the whole thing to back yourself up. All while calling me uneducated and young.

See chart on left. It should help you come up with a structured and reasonable counterargument.
User avatar #231 - ericzxvc (14 hours ago) [-]
Yes they are, so the police are responsible for unreasonable uses of force. That's also what I'm arguing. Obviously you know nothing about arguments because you believe the existence of one case where if we hypothesize that it was just to kill him (which I don't agree with but that is irrelevant) then it invalidates every other claim. Also in the reverse the existence of one case where justice was served does not eliminate the problem, the fact that you believe so and are trying to cite two individual grains of sand in a beach shows your inability to grasp the scope of the situation. I have been avoiding specifics because my argument is that there is a problem with the culture and the way police are trained, not that any individual case was right or wrong, however there are many examples and if you want them researching them is exceedingly easy considering how frequently they occur. But I will not cite them because I'm not in the business in arguing over semantics of individual cases when a handful of individual cases is much too small a sample size to prove anything.
My argument is that racism exists among people (just this site itself has many brilliant examples of everyday racism).
That racism exists among the police.
That more people and especially black people die at the hands of police then is completely necessary.
That not every police person is given an appropriate punishment for an infraction they committed.
That many of these deaths are preventable.
I'm not debating individual cases, I'm debating that these things can be mitigated. Part of the mistake you are making is believing that just because a cop is punished for their action then it is solved. Even if they are punished someone is still dead, and I'm talking about ways to prevent that person dying in the first place and not just punishing the cop for doing it.
User avatar #232 - SteyrAUG (13 hours ago) [-]
There are always two parties in an altercation with the police. If one of the two of them chose not to fight (notably, the one who was breaking the law which in a majority of cases is not the police) then there would be very little police brutality in today's culture.

Burden of proof fallacy. See chart on comment #230. I may have only "produced 2 grains of sand on a beach" but you've produced zero. You want me to grasp the scope of the situation? Then do some work. If your argument is simple to back up with "exceedingly easy research" then prove it.

It is not my job to make your argument for you.

We come full circle back to the video that i'm now 75% sure you didn't watch:

Will the Real Black Americans Please stand up. By Charles R. Patrick  Furguson

I'd recommend you watch it on loop until you get the message.

And you can just dismiss all of this if you'd like, but that doesn't help progress. If you REALLY wanna help, i'd recommend spreading the message in Charles Patrick's video.
User avatar #234 - ericzxvc (5 hours ago) [-]
I have watched it, it does not address the fact that there are many police who are not doing their job properly. That is the problem. You want examples? An officer choking out Eric Garner, who admitted his wrong, that's shit you have to eliminate before it happens and not just apologize. Because guess what? Apologizing doesn't bring him back to life, but an excessive use of force and an illegal chokehold does. Or how about Brisbon who was shot and killed because an officer mistook his bottle of pills for a gun, did he deserve to die? Was his death solved by your video for "taking responsibility for his actions"? Or even the video you showed where the cop shot a black guy for getting his license, he got arrested but it still happens. And that is the problem that it will happen, regardless of if they get punished or not these situations are still happening and that's what you need to stop. This is why you can't grasp the scope of the situation, you think one stupid video from some uneducated guy completely solves the problem simply because he's black. So therefore he has to be right. Did Garner die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions, or because an officer used an illegal chokehold? Did Brisbon die because he didn't take responsibility for his actions or because an officer used a gun when he didn't have to? The burden of proof is on you, because anyone with a brain has acknowledged there's a problem. The President has declared something must be done, the entire Ferguson police force was disbanded, thousands of people are protesting, everywhere on media you see discussions of the problem. There's no "burden of proof fallacy" there's simply me assuming you had at the very least the coherence to notice the accepted fact that there is a problem, obviously I was wrong.
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#12 - albertspeer (10/29/2014) [-]
The biscuit is crunchy tonight, yes it is. Leave the milk out, and good things will arrive.
User avatar #13 to #12 - SteyrAUG ONLINE (10/29/2014) [-]
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#11 to #10 - SteyrAUG ONLINE (08/18/2014) [-]
Hell no, my barrel is long!

it compensates for my small penis :/
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User avatar #7 - lifesavers ONLINE (05/05/2014) [-]
I was going to say "Nice username!", but then I got distracted by Admin's profile rape.
User avatar #8 to #7 - SteyrAUG ONLINE (05/05/2014) [-]
Yeah he got a little butthurt because I called ******** on his server costs.
User avatar #4 - Rei ONLINE (02/13/2014) [-]
Nice username.
User avatar #3 - ShaunG (01/01/2014) [-]
Cool username, man.
User avatar #2 - satanisthesavior (07/30/2012) [-]
and now I am satanisthesavior again.

how you been?
User avatar #1 - darklucius (04/16/2012) [-]
I remember you from when I was still satanisthesavior...
 
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