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12 thoughts on “This Commentator Tries To Make A Point About Black Accountability, But Isn’t He Missing The Bigger Picture?

  1. BS! Fox News has lost all it's watchers.

  2. Chai Rae says:

    Notice they never address the CAUSE that lead to the breakdown in our communities and many of our families. Showing the causes and the constant behind the scenes efforts to keep the dysfunctions going in our communities is what keep the government and private prisons profitable.

  3. Grace Fouche says:

    I heard there is a empty safe down the street…. Go open it..

  4. No matter what WE are doing to ourselves…. Black people are still dying in the streets, for crimes where they should be arrested and tried like everyone else, OR they are killed while: walking, driving, being a Senior, & walking with a golf stick used as a cane (I'm happy he's alive), while playing in front of your door as a youngster, — and the assumption that you are a prostitute means you can be manhandled and beat, or you could be too loud, while leaving a party: and your small womanly size is too much to handle so attack dogs can keep you subdued as officers go to see about their business. Okay Geraldo Rivera: what are you thinking? There are instances where there is unnecessary cruelty being meted. It's "those" instances that WE refer to.

  5. Of the 5 W's, nobody every tries to ask why. People like to say "Blacks are [this]" and "Blacks are doing [that]". Nobody asks why. Sure, you got dumbass kids trying to do public pranks on businesses and stuff, thinking that stealing milk and cereal in a bath towel is cool and funny, until the store owner decides to shoot your ass because you STOLE from him. I've never been followed in a store, but prejudice allows people to make assumptions on others because of somebody else' stupidity. Some people commit crimes because it's "fun", some do it because it's their [gang] code, some do it because THEY MUST. You can never truely understand a person's position unless you want the whole story.

    And I want statistics to give me percentages, not numbers. 2000 of one people can be 1% of 200,000 while 750 is 50% of only 1,500 people.

  6. Hank Wilson says:

    These guys like Geraldo Rivera and other ethnic groups, back in the early days they were all onboard with the "civil-rights movement" and marching alongside African Americans for civil-rights. Now days, since they have been brought under the umbrella of euro-white-supremacy they have gone into full racist mode to prove their loyalty to the umbrella-club of white supremacy, as have other ethnicities who are now here in America. You can add LGBT to that group also…lol.

    In other words, once they have gotten theirs, then they will throw the Negro under the bus. This is "par for the course" and so many Negroes, never learn from 20/20 hindsight.

  7. Hank Wilson says:

    Wishful thinking…more job security needed right?

  8. Shawn Mc says:

    is there a true justification besides death to not want to raise your boys?
    what makes a man leave his family only to have other out of wedlock kids?

    that's the problem with the community.

  9. Shawn Mc says:

    I agree people should protest police misconduct but lets be equally outrage over black issues, in chicago we actually need a safe zone for kids to get to and from school safe; that's unacceptable,

    in many black neighborhoods all the stores are outfitted with bars and bullet proof glass, you cant go to the park or out at night because of crime, hell we should be protesting that also with the same intensity, where are those hashtags.

  10. I agree. We have to be accountable to our selves. At this juncture we are our worst enemy. If we don't set the standard for how we want to be treated by our own race then other's will treat us like nothing.

  11. Chai Rae says:

    Problem solving require questions being seriously asked. Those questions should be, when did this breakdown start? What caused this behavior? And who benefit from the familial chaos in the so called black community? Those questions are relevant and must be explored if real solutions are sought. However refusing to address them will come down to this situation just being propagandized talking points.

  12. Chai Rae says:

    Problem solving require questions being seriously asked. Those questions should be, when did this breakdown start? What caused this behavior? And who benefit from the familial chaos in the so called black community? Those questions are relevant and must be explored if real solutions are sought. However refusing to address them will come down to this situation just being propagandized talking points.

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