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    [–] Real life solidarity. jkseller 3 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    One way or another the people doing this have to be deterred. Killing us has to have a consequence to get them to stop, because apparently killing us is desirable to the fucks. The legal system isn't efficiently deterring them, so there are other options the populous could choose if they so desired. One of which is the whole cancel culture thing (which gets misused for sure from time to time) but it's just modern speak for shunning someone. Imagine if killing one of us ruined their everyday life the way it should (at the very least). And that's really the more tame option to try, but I mean these fuckers fear death like the rest of us don't they? That's what they use to try and push us around, if nothing else works the only option is to push back.

    [–] Real life solidarity. jkseller 2 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    I see what you mean I'm just saying I wouldn't suggest a single person to try something like that.

    [–] Real life solidarity. jkseller 1 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    Don't do that, they would definitely shoot you in that situation.

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    It's so simple in a good and bad way. If everyone doing wrong knew their next door neighbor may legitimately have it out for them because of it, it would lower the chances of them acting out drastically in my opinion. This method definitely has downsides that can't go without being stressed, especially when you start thinking about who your neighbors may be and what their ideals may entail. but I can't deny the positives of it either hypothetically.

    [–] Same city. Same police force. Time will tell, but what do you think? jkseller 1 points ago in BlackPeopleTwitter

    They can get non-communal/grouped housing in the jails, but in ways that's its own hell

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    I agree there, I wonder what point will achieve that without causing a higher government backlash. A big part of me thinks that if the Panthers got right back to it after the massacre and restraints on the group, that would have helped a lot by ways of showing the government that killing us won't then cause us to change. I want to make sure and say that I completely understand why the Panthers reacted as they did and I was thinking in an idealistic way

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    The government ended up playing dirty with the Panthers and many were murdered in a BS raid

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 3 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    They think we're idiots, and the issue is that enough of us actually are

    [–] The government can play harder and dirtier than its citizens. If they do wrong, how could they ever be truly held accountable if they simply didn't want to be? jkseller 1 points ago in NoStupidQuestions

    I start thinking of JFK's skull fragments when this sort of talk comes about. Even if the government (or Hoffa) had nothing to do with it, the government assuredly has the power to do so if it felt threatened. The question really becomes "why wouldn't they kill one, or a few, if it meant order?" what does the government have to lose? They can just deny whatever until it's so many generations ago when it happened, then it's a matter of "well its too long ago, nothing to do about it now"

    [–] The government can play harder and dirtier than its citizens. If they do wrong, how could they ever be truly held accountable if they simply didn't want to be? jkseller 1 points ago in NoStupidQuestions

    Exactly, even if there was a revolt and the whole city got taken over in the course of an hour, an airstrike would come shortly after. The government has firebombed its people before, their tech and stealth is far better now.

    [–] The government can play harder and dirtier than its citizens. If they do wrong, how could they ever be truly held accountable if they simply didn't want to be? jkseller 1 points ago in NoStupidQuestions

    Isn't the system designed where that gets harder to do with each passing of the buck? Like say my police chief did something wrong, and internal affairs investigates him and clears him. What on earth could I do?

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    Yep and nothing we can do against that

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 7 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    Rude, angry, and threatening are all subjective terms that the government can use to decide who to fuck with. Guess who they keep choosing? Trust me, the NRA doesn't give a fuck either

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    How do you suggest we turn up the pressure?

    [–] The tale of two America’s.... jkseller 1 points ago in WhitePeopleTwitter

    What....can be done about this though?