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Statistically Speaking
#1
Statistically Speaking
Is a young black man more likely to be killed by police or by other black men?

From my observations - in Michigan - we see shooting daily - but it never makes national news. Unless it is a cop. Then it's "a story".

What am I missing?
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#2
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 7:37 am)onlinebiker Wrote: Is a young black man more likely to be killed by police or by other black men?

From my observations - in Michigan - we see shooting daily - but it never makes national news. Unless it is a cop. Then it's "a story".

What am I missing?

First time watching an internet lynch mob?
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#3
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 8:09 am)Gawdzilla Sama Wrote:
(June 12, 2020 at 7:37 am)onlinebiker Wrote: Is a young black man more likely to be killed by police or by other black men?

From my observations - in Michigan - we see shooting daily - but it never makes national news. Unless it is a cop. Then it's "a story".

What am I missing?

First time watching an internet lynch mob?

The internet you can understand. Whackjob theories and internet go together like priests and pedophiles....

It amazes me that the MSM ignores the larger story - a story multitudes larger ...
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#4
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 7:37 am)onlinebiker Wrote: Is a young black man more likely to be killed by police or by other black men?

From my observations - in Michigan - we see shooting daily - but it never makes national news. Unless it is a cop. Then it's "a story".

What am I missing?

You're missing that the cops aren't stopping the black on black violence.
So if I'm black and another black person hurts me, I have less chance of receiving help from the cops plus more chance of being hurt by the cops as well.
Don't worry, heaps of black people are missing that as well.




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#5
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 9:19 am)Little lunch Wrote: You're missing that the cops aren't stopping the black on black violence.
Here's an idea, how about the blacks stopping the black on black violence.
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#6
RE: Statistically Speaking
Why should they have to?
They pay taxes, the cops should have been protecting them from other blacks this whole time.




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#7
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 9:28 am)Little lunch Wrote: Why should they have to?
They pay taxes, the cops should have been protecting them from other blacks this whole time.

They certainly don't 'have to' any more than any other group has to stop violence.  But it is a piece to the puzzle.

To cut down on violence...stop being violent.
Popcorn

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#8
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 9:28 am)Little lunch Wrote: Why should they have to?
They pay taxes, the cops should have been protecting them from other blacks this whole time.
Seriously? Should they play the victim or get their house in order?
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#9
RE: Statistically Speaking
(June 12, 2020 at 9:19 am)Little lunch Wrote:
(June 12, 2020 at 7:37 am)onlinebiker Wrote: Is a young black man more likely to be killed by police or by other black men?

From my observations - in Michigan - we see shooting daily - but it never makes national news. Unless it is a cop. Then it's "a story".

What am I missing?

You're missing that the cops aren't stopping the black on black violence.
So if I'm black and another black person hurts me, I have less chance of receiving help from the cops plus more chance of being hurt by the cops as well.
Don't worry, heaps of black people are missing that as well.

Seriously?

How are the cops supposed to stop black on black violence? Assign a cop to every black guy?

It seems to me the people most suited to stopping the violence are the ones doing it......


But gee - don't let logic stop ya....
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#10
RE: Statistically Speaking
Why would every black man need a cop assigned to them? Can't they handle violence the same way that they do in predominantly white and affluent neighborhoods? Do you realize that you're peddling racist tropes and calling it logic?
For what it's worth, it seems like I'm too late to bring up this point about his OP: Whether or not it's possible if something can come from nothing, it's clear that God, if he exists, definitely violates that principle: After all, what is the creation of the world but his creating something out of nothing?


-Rev Rye.

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