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Ki said...

Should've known it wouldn't be long before lil timid would play the (I'm part Indian) card. Now when you throw out the (I'm part black) card that'll really be a blackjack/gin-rummy slam dunk doo-doo. Lol!

September 29, 2014 at 10:40 p.m.
Ki said...

Actually, timzy, this is one of only 0-zero times I find myself agreeing with you. I've said it before and on numerous occasions that domestic violence against men are another hidden epidemic in America, simply because men are less likely to report it, and when they do it's often viewed as a joke or you must be lying-that petite/tiny little woman could have possibly body slammed that 61' beefy dude and given him a black eye or busted lip. There's also the psychological abuse, in separation and divorce, where children are used as pawns and weapons and threats the man won't see his child (children) again if he doesn't carry out certain demands. I can recall a doctor who lost his entire practice when the ex falsely accused him of sexually their toddler daughter. I've also known men to primarily just give up and walk away from ever seeing their child or children again, rather than fight the drama or risk getting shot dead by police falsely called to a home. Then the poisoning the children and society against the father really starts, making it appear as if the father abandoned their child or children.

I've known many children to go searching for their father later in life only to discover he never intended to abandoned them, but was forces out for both his and their safety and sanity.

September 29, 2014 at 5:37 p.m.
Ki said...

lil, timmizeee, you forget AG Holder said from the very beginning he would leave the doj sometime towards the ending of 2014. I realize you right wingnuts would like to roar that you ran him off, but that's not true.

September 29, 2014 at 4:49 p.m.
Ki said...

Goes-around-comes-around

I can very much recall the complainers now caught by speeding cameras bashing other citizens who complained and were routinely stopped and ticketed and even sometimes arrested accusedof minor traffic viokation by patrol cops and snobbisly advising that "if you don't break the traffic laws you won't get ticketed/arrested. Now the shoe is on the other foot and wh. Who's the biggest whiners now! Suck it up! Like you once advised the average Joe/Josie citizen.

September 29, 2014 at 4:43 p.m.
Ki said...

That's where you're wrong, lil timbro. Lynchings still take place in america. They're just without the old rope method.

re: at least they didn't cut off their heads like Muslims did

(1.) How do you know for sure, lil Tim?

(2.) But some victims, like the one in the first pic were burned alive.

(3.) And you're 100% sure those alleged beheadings were carried out by Muslims? Some allege beheaders look a lot physically western or Georgian. No! Not georgia the state, but Georgia the country. You, they were american allies in Iraq, and word is they were quite the brutal sadist. Bushy should've learn to choose his allies* more wisely***. jes sayin' ;)

(4.) And the other place slavery continues to exist is anerica's penal system, officially. One is obvious while the other is more subtle. Both , however, remain equally barbaric, outdated and inhumane.

September 29, 2014 at 4:32 p.m.
Ki said...

Eric Holder said from the very beginning when he was appointed to the DOJ that he planned to leave at the close of 2014. There are no conspiracies , mysteries or secrets surrounding his resignation. Of course, right wingnuts will use his resignation as some kind of victory roar, and their diehard equally nutty followers will lap it all up like a dog laps up his own vomit.

September 29, 2014 at 10:10 a.m.
Ki said...

Or, Carolyn, maybe it's past due time for the nation to re-evaluate what defines an arrestable offense. These days any encounter with police can lead to an arrest no matter how minor, all at the arresting officer's discretion. There should be clear rules to follow and clear lines as to what justifies arresting a person.

If the system is to continue to insist on making routine arrests to fill prisons and jail cells, the least and humane thing they could do is have something in place to determine if there are children in a home who might be unable to care for themselves or who might be left in unsafe and even dangerous environments. Otherwise the blood of this child and others drips from the hands of an out of control system that cares more about reaching quotas and numbers than the fragile life of the nation's most precious commodity, it's children. This is not the first or only time a sole custodial parent, or parents, was arrested and a child or children were left home either alone to fend for themselves or left in an unhealthy or dangerous environment. This one just ended in tragedy where others didn't. But in the case of those others permanent psychological damage and trauma was done. Those children too often grow up bitter and striking out against the world and a system that routinely separated them from their parent or parents.

How much more time would it take from thge daily routine of a cop eager to meet a quota to ask a few simple questions to determine if there are children in the home or to perform well-check visits of children in a home where a parent has been arrested?

The blood of this precious child drips equally from the hands of those accused and an out of control system seemingly bent on making every american citizen a criminal in their lifetime. These days, you're not a true american unless you have at least one arrest record in your lifetime. Only newly arrived I immigrants are free of having one, because the countries they come from don't have the same oppressive laws as america that nearly guarantee an arrest at some point in its citizens' lifetime.

September 28, 2014 at 11 a.m.
Ki said...

Adding to ibshame 1:57 pm post: Yes, America's meddling in the middle east is looking more and more like the horrors and outcome of Vietnam. I recently read an article that put it this/"America's goal is not to destroy ISIL but to prevent a defeat"

Here's an interesting but long article that may at first appear to have no connections to what's going on around the world, but in reality is an extension of all that's been going on for the past 50-60 years.

Anti-war activists: Noam Chomsky by fellow activist Fred Branfam/ And Indian writer Arundhati Roy's "The Loneliness Of Noam Chomsky"

excerpt/Arundhati Roy

"Chomsky (reveals) the pitiless heart of the American war machine...willing to annihilate millions of human beings, civilians, soldiers, women, children, villages, whole ecosystems--with scientifically honed methods of brutality...When the sun sets on the American empire, as it will, as it must, Noam Chomsky's work will survive"

essay by Fred Branfman "When I saw Noam Chomsky" --- the "un-people" victims of america's war machine.

link:

      http://www.chomsky.info/onchomsky/20120617.htm

Anti-war activist, Fred Branfman, died recently following a battle with amyotropic tropic lateral sclerosis aka Lou .Gehrig's disease. He fought many years to expose the truth and brutalities of war. R.I.P.

contributed/alter net org

September 27, 2014 at 7:38 p.m.
Ki said...

Even a self ordained Muslim has a Iot of catching up to do when compared to the history of western cree-tians.

http://withoutsanctuary.org/photos/25.jpg

http://withoutsanctuary.org/photos/37.jpg

September 26, 2014 at 9:28 p.m.
Ki said...

Pam, police and atheletes have gotten away with brutality and aggression for decades because, for the most part the public, including the media, has condoned it. Even to the point of going after citizens who had the courage to complain. The public mainly placed both on such a high pedastal they became untouchable and believed themselves to be invincible beings who could get away with anything, even if they were caught in the act.

I can especially recall a young woman living in public housing several years ago who accused a cop of rape and how the local media took the side of the cop, and one local news station in particular near burst out in a snicker she reporting the story? Why? Because the young woman who came forward and went public was poor and lived in public housing. What the media didn't know was tus cop's pappy/or maybe it was his grandpappy with the exact same name, and also had been a local cop, had the same reputation on the streets of preying on underage girls from poor areas and threatening to *take them to jail if they didn't comply with his twisted/sick demands.

This has been going on like forever!! The only differences now are the people who weren't paying attention decades ago now have no choice but to listen.

Police lack of accountability has also been a driving force behind the continued rising poverty, and to a great degree the violence, in mainly poor communities.

September 26, 2014 at 5:03 p.m.
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