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  1. #11
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    Zzzzzz,zzzzz,😴zzzzzzzzzzz,
    Ley us know when your book is coming out. Meanwhile your lady is out visiting her mandingo lover..

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    Deflect, Deflect, deflect

    If any other law enforcement leader acted and said the things Israel did after any shooting, the public and media would have asked for their heads. Stop deflecting from the facts. Israel was removed because he's incompetent, and he exposed his incompetents almost immediately after the shooting.

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    If Parkland were a black community with the exact MSD massacre, the Sheriff would have aplogized to the black community and FIRED the first responders. He would have caved to their cries that white cops stayed outside refusing to risk their own lives for black kids. The black families would have been offered massive payouts.

    Instead, the Sheriff USED white dead children to draw attention to a class difference to increase his electibility and save no one but himself. He threw Peterson under the bus as collateral damage.

    As a side note, mass school shootings are a white upper middle class phenomnenon. Black on black shootings and institutional mass shootings are two distinct realities and are not comparable, or even similar. Black youth shooting eachother over a pair of sneakers, or over a girl is a world away from a Cruz type incident.

    No one is talking to voters. Voters are choosing GT for one reason, and one reason only: because he's NOT Scott Israel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    If Parkland were a black community with the exact MSD massacre, the Sheriff would have aplogized to the black community and FIRED the first responders. He would have caved to their cries that white cops stayed outside refusing to risk their own lives for black kids. The black families would have been offered massive payouts.

    Instead, the Sheriff USED white dead children to draw attention to a class difference to increase his electibility and save no one but himself. He threw Peterson under the bus as collateral damage.

    As a side note, mass school shootings are a white upper middle class phenomnenon. Black on black shootings and institutional mass shootings are two distinct realities and are not comparable, or even similar. Black youth shooting eachother over a pair of sneakers, or over a girl is a world away from a Cruz type incident.

    No one is talking to voters. Voters are choosing GT for one reason, and one reason only: because he's NOT Scott Israel.
    Peterson was a coward. He did absolutely nothing to save his kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    If Parkland were a black community with the exact MSD massacre, the Sheriff would have aplogized to the black community and FIRED the first responders. He would have caved to their cries that white cops stayed outside refusing to risk their own lives for black kids. The black families would have been offered massive payouts.

    Instead, the Sheriff USED white dead children to draw attention to a class difference to increase his electibility and save no one but himself. He threw Peterson under the bus as collateral damage.

    As a side note, mass school shootings are a white upper middle class phenomnenon. Black on black shootings and institutional mass shootings are two distinct realities and are not comparable, or even similar. Black youth shooting eachother over a pair of sneakers, or over a girl is a world away from a Cruz type incident.

    No one is talking to voters. Voters are choosing GT for one reason, and one reason only: because he's NOT Scott Israel.

    Don't forget that interracial crime is 85% black on white.

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    Some of the biggest mass shootings in America were committed by minorities. Virginia Tech University (Korean), Pulse nightclub (ME Muslim), Fort Hood (ME Muslim). That's just off the top of my head.

    liberals and the corrupt media disappear when minorities commit crimes.

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    To answer your questions, it would be a shit hole and the residents would be blaming everyone for their own failings. But instead, it’s a beautiful and thriving community because the people work hard and take responsibility for their own lives and actions.

    Now go ahead and preach how that’s racists and so on. Blah blah blah
    He is correct

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    If Parkland was a Black community nothing would have been done and no publicity at all just like the other school shootings. The Sheriff would have never been removed and the parents would have not made a dime unlike the white Parkland where parents and others capitalize and made tons of money with memorabilia, fame and even selected for political positions. I can keep going on and on bit you see where I’m going. The blame are the people who knew. Schools, FBI and neighboring families who did nothing. How about if I told you my child who was black died of an active shooter in a black community. It was unnoticed.
    The people in black "community" know who the shooters are, they would rather *****, have a useless "gun violence march" through the hood, blame everyone else
    because that is better than getting another mensa member put in prison where he belongs

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    Scott Isreal doesn't give a crap..neither does Make America Great Again

    Scotty doesn't give a shetz about blacks nor the black community he has pimped the poor colored folks for their votes for years.
    His command staff was made up of his former jump out crew and cronies and a token black of two or three to add pepper to the spice.
    Who made his decisions for budget and policy along with major decisions were his former FLPD buddies.
    Save yourself the lack of black community candor when writing your post.
    Blowing Scott's name these days is merely Dust in the wind.. it will be done and gone come August 2020.
    Many of us both white and black will rejoice and have an ole fashioned family reunion. Scott Isreal is unqualified to lead the Sheriff's Office and two french poodles to the groomer.

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    Either Gov. Ron DeSantis kept a campaign promise, owed a political favor or bowed to political pressure from the families who lost loved ones during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting massacre in Parkland in removing former Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel from elected office.

    In no way am I downplaying the tragedy that happened in Parkland but I would like to examine how the families used their political clout to force Israel out of office. Did the families of Parkland have enough political clout to sway the voters of Broward County to initiate a recall petition to remove Israel and vote him out of office? If this shootings had taken place at Boyd Anderson High School, Fort Lauderdale Dillard High School or Pompano Ely High School, would Israel still be the sheriff of Broward County today?

    In the last seven years we have had an enormous loss of life of young Black boys and men due to shootings in Goulds, Richmond Heights, Naranja, Perrine, Homestead, Florida City, Miami Gardens, Opa-locka, Overtown, Liberty City and Brownsville yet our elected officials have remained in office cozy and comfortable, as if they have no care in the world. But all it took was one shooting massacre to happen in Parkland and their community responded with a vigilant “enough-is-enough” campaign. There have been several shootings in the Black community and all we have seen at funerals are families weeping and sobbing uncontrollably, because their loved ones have been killed. It took the killing of three young men in Liberty Square in April 2018 to finally get the community outraged, but that turned out to be an embarrassingly low-energy campaign that fizzled out fast.

    It has been consistently pointed out that Black people should make our votes count by going to the polls and voting for elected officials who are going to represent our interests. Unfortunately, elected officials have been looking out for their own interests, while we continue to reward them for their inaction to keep our streets safe, our workforce thriving and our children well-educated. So, of all the questions that I have about the Florida Senate’s vote to uphold the governor’s suspension of Israel, I guess the burning question that I have is: Was the Parkland standard of response the correct one, or is the Black community’s typical response to gun violence the one that Parkland parents should have adopted?

    We all know that the Parkland standard is the one that we should have adopted decades ago when babies like Rickia Isaac or King Carter were gunned down in the streets of Liberty City. When Parkland students were invited to Liberty Square to coalesce about gun violence, it wasn’t to teach Parkland students on how to respond, but to learn from them.

    How foolish we must look to have allowed our elected officials to sit dormant for decades and then cash out on our tragedies with crime-based “emergency relocations” of hundreds of residents, multi-million dollar redevelopments with dog parks and pet clinics – signaling gentrification from a mile away.

    In psychology, there is a persuasion technique known as an “Appeal to Authority.” This technique says that people award instant credibility to anyone who is in a position of authority and, as a result, that person’s statements and actions are regarded as those of a certified expert. In politics, this technique has crushed the Black community because we have ignored the obvious disenfranchisement, discrimination and murder of our people in favor of the expert politicians, who now blame the people themselves for the drug, gun and gang-infested neighborhoods that are ground-zero for investors to cash out – big.

    Aside from the fact that Parkland’s response was radical, persistent, committed and successful, there’s still the matter of whether it was fair. Perhaps DeSantis wouldn’t have removed Israel over how the Broward Sheriff’s Office handled a mass shooting at a public school with predominantly Black students. Then Israel would still be Sheriff today. And the Black parents would live in agony as we do, every day.

    And maybe if elected officials knew that heads would roll in the aftermath of murder, regardless of where it happens, we would understand (no matter how unfair to Israel) how serious we are about our children’s safety. And maybe if we get serious about our children, our economy and our land, we’ll elect politicians who’ll respect the will of voters, and not themselves.

    Israel is a good man who likely would have handled Parkland differently had he been there personally. And if he’s re-elected in 2020, there may be a familiar face in office but you can bet that they’ll be a brand new sheriff in town.

    https://www.miamitimesonline.com/opi...89ff08838.html
    If it were black then you can best believe I'm moving to parkland....

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