27 July 2016

How come it's not called...

..."Black Lives Ended by Black People Don't Count"...

once upon a time
Somali Canadian and Black Lives Matter supporter Hana Jama said although “we don’t know ANYTHING” about what happened, “at the same time, we do know that the man who was beaten up by police was a black man, was a Muslim man, was a Somali man and was a mentally ill man.”
Actually Hana, we know a little more than that...
What is known is that police responded to 911 calls reporting Abdi grabbing women’s breasts inside a Hintonburg coffee shop. Once police arrived, they found Abdi. Police Chief Charles Bordeleau said Monday that the man continued to be “assaultive.” He fled the area and police pursued. He was physically taken down by officers some 270 metres away on Hilda Street.

No use of force by police is captured on video. It’s not clear if Abdi was conscious or breathing when the video was filmed.
Has anybody been following the Toronto news lately? It ain't the cops droppin' all those bodies. And it's a continent-wide problem...
"Less than 2% of our population commits more than half of all American gun murders. Thus, a very small percent of the US population commits most gun homicides."

RELATED: Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Alton Sterling...

Have you had enough of this socialist fuckery yet?
All of the officers had pleaded not guilty. Their attorneys have said they acted reasonably and professionally, and that Gray's death was the result of a tragic accident.
Seriously... do a little research.


RELATED2: Spin any harder somebody's gonna get hurt..

Watch Jennifer O'Brien, Postmedia reporter, turn cartwheels to avoid using the word "Black"...insert alt text hereTry Googling "North Prestons Finest"... it's a little bit more than an "out-of-province" gang. Here's a question... why do young Nova Scotia girls lives not matter? We're way past simple criminality here... can you say "child slavery?"
Benjamin Perrin, a University of British Columbia faculty member who is involved with human trafficking research and activism, wrote extensively about NPF in his 2010 book Invisible Chains, calling North Preston "a place of Shakespearean irony" because of the town's conversion from a sanctuary for Black Loyalists (former American slaves) in the 1780s into the hub of a major gang that deals in modern-day slavery and drug and arms trafficking.
Maybe Mr Perrin could send a copy to "professional" journalist Jennifer?