Should I give more thought to my own safety, in regards to police brutality against blacks?
My lawyer told me that my attitude about the blacks in the Minnesota riots are very cold, uncaring, cavalier, violent, and stark..
And very pro establishment..
And then asked me where I get my attitude from and why I have it.
I told her look, you want the truth ?
The truth is because it very cheap and easy and if you knew me the way my family does.. Very predictable..
for me to have the attitudes to go get em.
I don't have any reason to automatically gravitate toward a respect or understanding for victimhood or the victim culture.
In my life, I saw a cop, taking good care of a thug.
This is instinct, my attitude toward people from American big cities..
Has not been thought..
It's been instinctive, and emotionally drawn and basic.
I have PTSD caused by them back in the 1990s.
But here's the twist..
It has not been black people who caused my PTSD..
But instead.. Poor whites.
I don't think, about what that cop did,
possibly happening to me.
You might see a thug cop, a pig.. Who deserves prison..
In my eyes.. At first glance.. He looked like a medal recipient...
Here's my question to YOU on yahoo about that..
What should I do to fix that non-thinking of mine ?
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
I think if you have a lawyer and you're not some major businessperson or celebrity you've probably got bigger problems than what the denizens of Minneapolis are doing. Maybe mind your own criminal proceedings and worry less about others'.
- KennyBLv 71 month ago
Ask not for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.
- The TaxpayerLv 71 month ago
According to Minneapolis police, everyone that they've arrested has come from out of state. So these could be paid mercenaries?