You're drinking again, aren't you?
why Blacks are more violent, less intelligent and more "prolific" than Whites
Why do we still obsess about race?
Well, we've recently seen what happened in Ferguson... (We've seen much more, over the years. I'm old.) What we have yet to see is a coherent explantation for why Blacks are more violent, less intelligent and more "prolific" than Whites...Would my (more) Liberal brethren please explain to me why this shouldn't matter?
.....More important in my view is the culture and its impact on the way people behave......
........One just has to look at the African mess. Coloured people do have a background that shows them to be great athletes and so on.......
Discuss? (I doubt that's possible.) Rant and rave; call me a racist
the culture and its impact on the way people behave
....in a nutshell , any words even the most humble words but make another people feel harrassed is harassment......
Is that what you mean?
I tried dating a Romulan once, but her parents didn't approve.
..... it is NOT possible to get statistics nationally of the number of police killings unlike the routine shooting of civilians killing each other which we know as around 10,000.........
A new public opinion survey of St. Louis County residents shows that the public perception of the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown and its aftermath is sharply divided along racial lines.The survey, released Monday morning by the Kansas City-based Remington Research Group, found that 65 percent of African-American county residents believe Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson acted unjustly when he ended Brown's life Aug. 9 on a Ferguson street.Conversely, 62 percent of the white residents surveyed by Remington believe the shooting death of Brown was justified.The fissure broke even wider when surveyors asked if Wilson should be "arrested and charged with a crime" with 71 percent of African-American residents responding "yes," opposed to the 71 percent of white survey-takers who believe the police officer should not be arrested or charged.An equally stark divide emerged on the question of whether Brown was "targeted because of his race."Over three-quarters of the white respondents -- 77 percent -- responded "no" while 64 percent of the African-American respondents answered in the affirmative..................A shade over 70 percent of white St. Louis County residents told Remington Research they have faith in County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch's ability to handle the Brown case equitably during the grand jury process and possibly beyond.According to the survey, McCulloch holds the trust of only 32 percent of African-Americans. Sixty percent disagreed that McCulloch will perform "fairly and impartially" as the case moves forward.The media likewise did not fare well in the estimation of county residents participating in the poll.Nearly 75 percent of all respondents told pollsters the media contributed to making the situation in Ferguson worse.Half of the African-Americans polled and 81 percent of the whites polled were critical of the media coverage.CONTINUED
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