Cannon

Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by Bkite, Aug 14, 2020.

  1. Bkite

    Bkite PawPaw x 3

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    Does anyone recognize this young child?
    If not, I wonder why.
    He was recently shot in the head by a black man while he was out riding his bicycle. You know, like 5 year olds are supposed to be doing. He was not passing out counterfeit bills. He was not doing drugs. As far as I know he was breaking no laws.
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  2. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

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    Shhhh.... Don't contradict the leftist narrative!
    The Party line is that interracial crime only involves white people victimizing people of color.
    Black people don't rob and kill white people-- that's just a ridiculous rumor; an urban legend; propaganda spread by neo-Nazis.
     
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  3. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

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    48B015FD-BC41-42C5-8AD3-5FBFFF9DB0ED.jpeg The killer.

    News reports say this was not a stray bullet or an accidental shooting --it was deliberate murder of this five-year-old boy by that 25-year-old black man who lived down the street.
    The killer's family says he was on drugs and may have been hallucinating at the time.

    Darius Nathaniel Sessoms, 25, was arrested Monday after fleeing the scene and is in the custody of Wilson Police and members of the U.S. Marshals Service Carolinas Regional Task Force.
     
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  4. moe mensale

    moe mensale Well-Known Member

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    The kid's name is Cannon Hinnant. Nobody knows about him because he's a white kid murdered by a black animal. If the races were reversed, this would be all you heard on the "news" for the next month along with the attendant "peaceful" riots, raping and pillaging.

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/cannon-hinnant/
     
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  5. mrhutch

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    And his killer was immediately arrested and denied bail and will rot in prison if he doesn't get the needle.

    The protests happened because it took 10 days to arrest Floyd's murderer, and only after protests. They're still happening because brionna Taylor's murderers are still walking free. They're still happening because police officers, who are there to uphold the law, have broken the law and continually gotten away with it.
     
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  6. OWM

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    I must have missed that. I was not aware that the case had went to trial and a jury had convicted someone of murder. In either event.
     
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  7. TimBob

    TimBob Old, Slow, Boring Dude

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    Um, no. There were one or two protests. THE REST WERE/ARE VIOLENT RIOTS caused by communist agitators!
     
  8. mrhutch

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    There were HUNDREDS of protests in every mildly populous city in every state of the country

    There are only a handful of big liberal cities dealing with riots and most of the destruction is from white antifa members using the protests as cover to incite violence and chaos.
     
  9. moe mensale

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    After watching all those videos there was no doubt that Officers Chauvin, Thao, Lane and Kueng were murderers. But since then, there has been much new evidence, particularly Floyd's autopsy, that repudiates that. Floyd was already dying from a drug overdose. These are just a couple of articles. Search the web. There's lots more.

    https://straightlinelogic.com/2020/...of-george-floyds-death-by-paul-craig-roberts/
    https://straightlinelogic.com/2020/07/10/what-is-a-fatal-dose-of-fentanyl-by-paul-craig-roberts/
     
  10. moe mensale

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    The protests were initially in response to Floyd's presumed murder and Taylor's murder. But they were quickly co-opted by militant factions as an excuse to wreak havoc and mayhem across the country. These "peaceful" protests no longer have anything to do with anyone's death or murder. They're just anarchist, marxist tantrums by those wanting to overturn our current government and society.
     
  11. mrhutch

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    I saw 2 reports, both of which stated his death was ultimately caused by the officers actions.

    If he had not had a knee on his neck and they had called for an ambulance before he'd stopped breathing for 3 minutes he might have lived, might not have lived-- but the cop would have been doing his job properly. Chauvin was punishing a suspect for pissing him off, who shouldn't have been arrested over an unverifiable claim relating to $20 in the first place. His deliberate and inappropriate actions directly resulted in Floyd's death. Cops aren't supposed to kill criminals or do nothing while they die while they're in handcuffs either. Floyd's guilt or innocence is irrelevant.

    But Floyd was only part of the catalyst that triggered this. The protests are not about Floyd. The protests are about a long list of names and incidents of injustice or perceived injustice thanks to media spin. White folks have plenty of names on that list too and we should be demanding change as well. The difference is though when we do it, we're listened to and not dismissed. And that's another reason these protests are happening.
     
  12. Bkite

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    A false narrative that is being built by the media. A little white kid being killed by a Negro who may or may not have been wasted on some substance or another, who has more than likely been brain washed into thinking that whites are the source of all evil, does not fit that MSM agenda of destroying this Democratic Republic. If there are perceived injustices, it is because of the media, parents, teachers, apologists, anti American, anti Capitalists etc., etc., etc., ad nauseum, hollering that this is a racist nation, that black folks are systemically oppressed, and that "white folks bad".
    If you would permit me a direct question here please I will ask. Do you believe that there is today, systemic racism in this once great Nation?
    Also, and I may be asking you too many direct questions so please forgive and bear with me, have you ever read, http://whitegirlbleedalot.com/ ?
     
  13. Bkite

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    So... DHaller is Mr. Hutch? Interesting.
    Whomever you are. Give one example of systemic racism please.
     
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    The "knockout game" is not a myth. It's been documented several times.
     
  15. OWM

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    They seem to be interchangeable. :mrgreen:
     
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    Oops! I didn't realize that question was specifically aimed at Mr. Hutch (apologies for blundering into a two-person conversation.)

    I'll delete my replies accordingly.

    DH
     
  17. TimBob

    TimBob Old, Slow, Boring Dude

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    Today's word, boys and girls... Is hyperbole.

    (And just to be clear, *I* was the one using hyperbole.)
     
  18. Bkite

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    Did you delete your answer more because you "blundered into a two-person conversation" or because you didn't want to present some false example of systemic racism as I civilly requested?

    Of course posts on here are not two way conversations but I did read that as if you were answering directly for and/or as MrHutch.

    You did allude to the fact that America's greatness is derived only from her geography. To me, that speaks volumes. There are some who would say that, based on that assertion, you are a BLM, Antifah, Socialist instigator/sympathizer, who really does not care much for the 2nd Amendment in particular and our Constitution in general. If someone asks me if you are a BLM, Antifah, Socialist instigator/sympathizer, please give me a response that answers that question directly, concisely and precisely.
     
  19. mrhutch

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    The democratic party is horribly racist against minorities. The democratic party is half of our system. As long as the democratic party exists, systematic racism inherently exists.

    You have systems like the NYPD that used race as a basis for stop and frisk, the LAPD, Chicago PD, and other large liberal city police departments that absolutely treat minorities with assumed guilt and disdain.

    You have the media that plays the race card and twists the narrative to make all races fear each other and sew social discord.

    You have laws still in place federally and locally that were implemented in the Jim Crow era to take away rights from blacks at a disproportionate scale, i.e. most gun control laws, Marijuana possession laws, voting and gun rights lost from drug convictions, etc.

    Race also needs to be removed from all credit, financial, housing, employment, and non-ID applications.

    There are very few true racist individuals in this country but you cannot simultaneously accuse the democratic party of being racist, as most of us here agree they are, and also deny the existence of some level of systemic racism.

    It does not exist in the context of which many black liberals believe it to, but it does exist, spreading a message of hopelessness, helplessness, oppression, and anger into the black community for the purpose of social and political power.
     
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