Vorpal wrote: NATURAL ANKLING wrote:
reohn2 wrote:Many of us are aware of that,the BLM movement only came about because BAME people's lives matter less than white people,which is apparent to me and many,many other people around the world.
UNLESS........Unless You live next door to such a person who has a problem with drugs runs away from their problems and moved to another part of the country likes to break peoples legs and ends their careers Escape court by minutes bailed out by the team manager for an undisclosed amount of dosh.
Threats to kill bullying of your partner et cetera et cetera damage to your property et cetera et cetera.
The police come and laugh it off!?
They mention the racist word, basically they're scared stiff that they will be accused of being racist themselves so they turn it on the Victim.
All lives matter but only when treated equally.
Just because you're not white does not mean you are not bad, unfortunately might not be obvious to BAME community But even in this country are disproportionate of murders are carried out by BAME .........on BAME, that statistic is constantly swept under the carpet by the media and the police.
I'm sure if it was mentioned they've been accused of inciting riots et cetera et cetera.
You really need to live next door to someone who has attitude to Understand what it's all about.
Of course this is just my personal opinion.
have a nice day
Criminals come in all colours, and offend approximately equally; when economic inequality is accounted for. That is, poor whites are just as likely to kill or assault someone as poor BAME, and vice versa. And middle class BAME are just as (un)likely to do so as middle class whites[i]. But crime is tied to (lack of) economic opportunity, and the way to address it is as its roots[/i]
My bold Emphasis above.
I totally agree with this.
Unfortunately these sort of statistics Are very lacking in the media and from police and government, explaining the whole situation.
The police walk backwards and sit on their hands.
BAME tend to include the race card too often too quickly.
If they have a problem with being stopped they should and they think that that is racist they should complain straight away.
It really is not rocket science That if the police are looking for an individual who happens to be black they are more likely to stop a black person they're not gonna stop a white person are they? eg (Witnesses say they saw a black person or BAME sorry)
Tackle the inequality across the board, not just for BAME people.
some of the UK media videos shown yesterday of BAME people being stopped, ranting doesn't do you any justice, there was an example about a week ago where a similar person was stopped when this all kicked off and the police officer said in a calming way "I know you are black "instantly he was called a racist?
Now it will be easy to say he should never of said that, would the retort of been any different?
we will never know anyway.
It's my opinion that we should be educated with allthe facts, and nothing should be left out.
Also it's prudent when you're dealing with the police not to upset them or wind them up that way you've got a better chance of getting on your way a lot quicker talking from personal experience.
Like when I was stopped in the street with a air gun, or stopped For speeding, You just say yes sir yes sir and get on with it