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#121408 - I am extremely critical of police, because I am a cop in the m…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#121412 - fukkentyranitar (07/07/2016) [-]
I get what you are saying. If anything media needs to cover the events and programs held in these communities that protest black on black violence. I lost my cousin last year after he got jumped and stabbed at a party. That shit only got coverage for 2-3 days if that. It fucking hurts. But imagine waking up one day and finding out that a cop killed your brother, dad, cousin, or friend for no good reason and the guy who did it will probably get off with a slap on the wrist at best if he even makes it to a courthouse. At least when a black person kills another black person, they get what they deserve for it. We get pissed about this whole thing because in most cases, an officer can kill somebody and the worst that happens to them is they get fired or put on paid vacation. If the punishment matched the crime, there wouldn't be so much outcry and violence behind this shit. In other words, fuck everybody.
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#121414 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I deeply regret your loss, and I'm sorry you had that happen to you.

Our government policies have shattered the black family, promoted drug and gang violence through the war on drugs, and a culture has been created that is skeptical of any authority and even demonizes success. This creates an atmosphere of rampant single motherhood which is the leading indicator for committing crime , teenage unemployment, and vicious cycles of men being put in jail and fathering children while being incapable of raising them.

Individuals in poverty and on government assistance overwhelmingly vote democrat, most news agencies are biased towards the left. The democratic party has an invested interest in keeping groups like black Americans in poverty to solidify a dedicated voting base.
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#121416 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
I don't think the Democrats are intentionally keeping groups poor if that's what you're arguing.
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#121418 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I think some people within the party do, without a doubt in my mind. Individuals who participate in government welfare programs and have lower incomes vote democrat at a very high rate and usually advocate for larger government, which aligns with democrat goals. If you as a party can guarantee yourself 13% of the vote by keeping them under the poverty line, why wouldn't you?
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#121419 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
Because for one thing it would be monstrous and for the other there's no way you'd get away with such a conspiracy. It'd only take one leaked piece of evidence and that'd be it.
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#121421 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
Just because it'd be monstrous doesn't mean it isn't possible. We're dealing with people in power, who traditionally are the ones who do monstrous things to people throughout history.

And of course you aren't going to find an email from Hillary Clinton that says "we need to keep the blacks poor", we see it in the results of their actions. The only time I'd blame republicans for seriously increasing minority poverty is with the war on drugs, with I'd say originates more with the traditional view of drug addiction and crime more than keeping people poor.
#46877 - It's pretty easy, with any food you just need to figure out ho…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/07/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#46878 - swagasauruss (07/07/2016) [-]
Honestly my wife cooks 3/4th of our meals so should work fine
#121401 - Also the fact that some people consider it a form of birth con…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#121411 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
Sadly, they do.
#121400 - I don't believe abortion reduces crime in any case honestly.  [+] (2 new replies) 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#121409 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
There have been quite a few studies which suggest it might. The suggestion is that children which would have been aborted by their parents, if that were an option, but are not are more likely to be brought into adverse circumstances and be more likely to commit crime.
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#121413 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
Usually because abortions are committed by women who would have been single mothers. And being raised by a single parent is the single greatest predictor of future crime. Which goes back to how the black family has been destroyed, leading to pandemic levels of single motherhood.
#121399 - I would argue that the political class and the government are …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#121410 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
Why don't you like Warren? She's very anti-money in politics and more centrist than Bernie.
#121392 - If the political class is corrupt and controls the government,…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#121396 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
You could mean that this Government is corrupt but the political class as a whole may not be.

I think you needed Bernie or Elizabeth Warren to stand & win to get money out of politics!

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#121399 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I would argue that the political class and the government are pretty much interchangeable right now in the US. There aren't very many people involved in politics who are considered outsiders to both political establishments.

My problem with Bernie Sanders isn't with his diagnoses of issues in the US, I'm actually very impressed with some of what he's said. It's what he says that needs to be done and his general platform that makes me dislike him.

Also Elizabeth Warren is just a big no in general for me.
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#121410 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
Why don't you like Warren? She's very anti-money in politics and more centrist than Bernie.
#121386 - None of this should matter anyways. More white people are kill…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... +1
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#121406 - fukkentyranitar (07/07/2016) [-]
Its a problem that should be far easier to solve than the other shit that has had more momentum and internal influence. If everyone just lets the police do whatever they want, its going to boil over and affect people outside empovrished and minority communities. You shouldn't just brush a problem aside because there are larger problems to deal with. That's like saying no one should worry about crooked politicians because there are other criminals robbing banks and selling weapons. Its still a huge social issue that needs to be dealt with before America turns into 1980's South Africa. We also do talk about black people killing other black people. Why the fuck wouldn't we care about our family members getting shot in the street like animals cause they wondered onto the wrong intersection? Don't try to deflect this shit as if its something normal and accepted in society. None of this bullshit should be normal and that sort of attitude is why the bad cops do what they do. Fuck you.
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#121408 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I am extremely critical of police, because I am a cop in the military, it absolutely sickens me to see a cop shoot and kill a man when there was clearly no justification for it. When I saw the recent videos I was appalled as the two police had the man's hands pinned and then they shot him in the chest several times, and then when the man who was obviously complying was shot in the arm several times for reaching into his pocket to show the officer he had a licence to carry a weapon I was surprised at the very basic steps the officer missed to completely avoid that situation. Neither of those events should have happened and it shows how incompetent some police officers seem to be.

I'm not saying we shouldn't worry about police abusing the law, if a police officer breaks the law, used excessive force, improperly applies lethal or less-than-lethal force, or takes advantage of his power he should be prosecuted and punished accordingly. Literally every single officer I've met both military and civilian have agreed with this.

I'm saying that the police brutality issue against minorities is blown up by the media and is being given far more attention than it should in comparison to how widespread the problem actually is. About 532 people have been shot and killed by police this year, and I can say with confidence at least 75% of those are going to be justifiable. That leaves around 150 people in a 6 month period in a population of 315 MILLION people, with a population of around 1 million full time police officers.

So, should these police officers be investigated, prosecuted, and punished if necessary, absolutely. Is the killing of minority males by police a widespread national issue where people are dying en mass? No.

Over 60 men were killed in Chicago this last weekend, and around 10 in my city of St. Louis. In one weekend, in two cities, that's half the unjustified shootings by police over 6 months in the ENTIRE country.

So no sir, Fuck you.
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#121412 - fukkentyranitar (07/07/2016) [-]
I get what you are saying. If anything media needs to cover the events and programs held in these communities that protest black on black violence. I lost my cousin last year after he got jumped and stabbed at a party. That shit only got coverage for 2-3 days if that. It fucking hurts. But imagine waking up one day and finding out that a cop killed your brother, dad, cousin, or friend for no good reason and the guy who did it will probably get off with a slap on the wrist at best if he even makes it to a courthouse. At least when a black person kills another black person, they get what they deserve for it. We get pissed about this whole thing because in most cases, an officer can kill somebody and the worst that happens to them is they get fired or put on paid vacation. If the punishment matched the crime, there wouldn't be so much outcry and violence behind this shit. In other words, fuck everybody.
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#121414 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I deeply regret your loss, and I'm sorry you had that happen to you.

Our government policies have shattered the black family, promoted drug and gang violence through the war on drugs, and a culture has been created that is skeptical of any authority and even demonizes success. This creates an atmosphere of rampant single motherhood which is the leading indicator for committing crime , teenage unemployment, and vicious cycles of men being put in jail and fathering children while being incapable of raising them.

Individuals in poverty and on government assistance overwhelmingly vote democrat, most news agencies are biased towards the left. The democratic party has an invested interest in keeping groups like black Americans in poverty to solidify a dedicated voting base.
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#121416 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
I don't think the Democrats are intentionally keeping groups poor if that's what you're arguing.
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#121418 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I think some people within the party do, without a doubt in my mind. Individuals who participate in government welfare programs and have lower incomes vote democrat at a very high rate and usually advocate for larger government, which aligns with democrat goals. If you as a party can guarantee yourself 13% of the vote by keeping them under the poverty line, why wouldn't you?
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#121419 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
Because for one thing it would be monstrous and for the other there's no way you'd get away with such a conspiracy. It'd only take one leaked piece of evidence and that'd be it.
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#121421 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
Just because it'd be monstrous doesn't mean it isn't possible. We're dealing with people in power, who traditionally are the ones who do monstrous things to people throughout history.

And of course you aren't going to find an email from Hillary Clinton that says "we need to keep the blacks poor", we see it in the results of their actions. The only time I'd blame republicans for seriously increasing minority poverty is with the war on drugs, with I'd say originates more with the traditional view of drug addiction and crime more than keeping people poor.
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#121397 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
I have very mixed feelings about abortion. One of the arguments made in favour of it is that it reduces crime, it is the worst form of birth control though.
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#121401 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
Also the fact that some people consider it a form of birth control at all is abysmal to me.
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#121411 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
Sadly, they do.
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#121400 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
I don't believe abortion reduces crime in any case honestly.
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#121409 - redandgreen (07/07/2016) [-]
There have been quite a few studies which suggest it might. The suggestion is that children which would have been aborted by their parents, if that were an option, but are not are more likely to be brought into adverse circumstances and be more likely to commit crime.
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#121413 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
Usually because abortions are committed by women who would have been single mothers. And being raised by a single parent is the single greatest predictor of future crime. Which goes back to how the black family has been destroyed, leading to pandemic levels of single motherhood.
#121385 - I know that civilian cops operate on a slightly different set … 07/07/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#46863 - This is obviously super brief, so if you have any further ques…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/07/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#46876 - swagasauruss (07/07/2016) [-]
alright thank you! going to start researching gyms around here. Honestly need to figured out how to count calories. But thanks for putting me on the right path
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#46877 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
It's pretty easy, with any food you just need to figure out how many servings you're eating and multiply that by the amount of calories in a serving, then calculate how many calories you're getting.

I'd recommend preparing your own meals and keeping a food log to really keep good track. Preparing your meals gets super easy, just find a couple decent meals you like that take 10-20 minutes to prepare and eat off those 99% of the time. My basic meals are PBJs, grilled chicken with cheese wrapped in a tortilla, refried beans with cheese in a burrito, and then pancakes. I also love those frozen banquet meal dinners, high in protein and calories and pretty cheap, but they aren't super healthy. You'll get into a groove and figure out a routine. Good luck man! We're here for questions if you ever have any.
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#46878 - swagasauruss (07/07/2016) [-]
Honestly my wife cooks 3/4th of our meals so should work fine
#46862 - Find a gym, follow a program like starting strength or 5x5 str…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/07/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
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#46896 - vwanyama (07/09/2016) [-]
Yeah i was the same. Slim guy, always thought i ate loads. Started weights and then realised how much more i was eating after a few weeks. Probably ate less than half of what i did before starting weights.
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#46863 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
This is obviously super brief, so if you have any further questions feel free to ask .
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#46876 - swagasauruss (07/07/2016) [-]
alright thank you! going to start researching gyms around here. Honestly need to figured out how to count calories. But thanks for putting me on the right path
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#46877 - marinepenguin (07/07/2016) [-]
It's pretty easy, with any food you just need to figure out how many servings you're eating and multiply that by the amount of calories in a serving, then calculate how many calories you're getting.

I'd recommend preparing your own meals and keeping a food log to really keep good track. Preparing your meals gets super easy, just find a couple decent meals you like that take 10-20 minutes to prepare and eat off those 99% of the time. My basic meals are PBJs, grilled chicken with cheese wrapped in a tortilla, refried beans with cheese in a burrito, and then pancakes. I also love those frozen banquet meal dinners, high in protein and calories and pretty cheap, but they aren't super healthy. You'll get into a groove and figure out a routine. Good luck man! We're here for questions if you ever have any.
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#46878 - swagasauruss (07/07/2016) [-]
Honestly my wife cooks 3/4th of our meals so should work fine