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Swedens anti-immigration nationalists lead polls for first time submitted by dildonkers to news

KiloJuliet 2 points 80 points (+82|-2) ago

More and more nations will have to limit immigration as large groups of people become generally violent or refuse to integrate.

It's not racism, its protection and self preservation.

Former Male Ivy League athlete suspended for alleged sexual assault wins important - and surprising - court victory. "...university officials acted with anti-male bias, in violation of Title IX" submitted by TerriChris to news

KiloJuliet 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago

I've been accused of rape at a time when I was covered by surveillance cameras. Thank god they saved my ass. I was treated totally guilty until the video was pulled up. Afterwards they said it was my fault for having a masculine rather than a neutral stature and it scared her into a state of panic (The cameras show me doing literally nothing wrong or offensive). I've got a bad reputation now that has lead to more accusations. I even requested a transfer from a job I loved to another job that I didn't to get away from it. I now have trust issues because so many women have tried to pin fake attacks on me that I don't even hardly talk to women, date, or let them get close.

Even though that stuff happened when I was much younger it really did stick with me.

IMPORTANT regarding the Pegasus video submitted by jml1201 to pizzagate

KiloJuliet 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago

I have not seen any calls for violence do you have an examples? I think the last thing anyone here wants is violence of any kind.

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UC police officer Ray Tensing's body camera video clearly shows that he committed murder when he shot and killed an unarmed black motorist at a traffic stop, prosecutor Joe Deters said Wednesday. submitted by AssuredlyAThrowAway to news

KiloJuliet 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

You can see on the video that the officer said his had or arm was caught in the vehicle and it was going to drag him. He might have thought at the time that he was going to get run over. That said... Why would he risk his life to reach into a car he knows is going to move? Why not just chase and arrest later with backup? That's going to be the main issue here. I think it's probably going to come down to the fact that humans make mistakes and it takes a lot of training and repetition to get things right. Maybe he was thinking of the public's safety trying to prevent a person from starting a high speed chase in a residential, maybe he wasn't thinking at all, in any case someone died and he almost got run over so there's something he needed to do better there.

I don't think the officer came to work thinking "gee wouldn't it be awesome if I killed someone today". The officer wasn't being a jerk and the fact that the motorist was black means nothing. There is no evidence of a racial bias as people of any color in that area would have been pulled over for the same shit. The difference is not a lot of people react like this guy did. Even the locals are saying there was obviously nothing racist about this stop and they know their community. When I first heard about this story it was from liberal media and they said a cop shot a black man for not showing his ID so obviously the press has an agenda and wants to blow this topic up into something that it's not.

The driver knew he was putting the officer in danger when he decided to move the vehicle because of the officer's proximity, you don't just not see someone reaching into your car, and he should have put the brakes on. Even if he didn't agree with the officer it gave him no right to put the officer's life in danger. I do believe this guy was actually in the commission of a felony when he was attempting to escape given the circumstances.

The officer may very well thought that his hand/arm was stuck and would not release and that could have triggered the panic response to shoot the guy before he runs him over. Ultimately it was the driver that knew he was taking a risky action that could harm the officer and himself.

No matter if the officer is found guilty of anything or not, the driver put the nails in his own coffin by being reckless and unreasonable. I'm not saying he deserved a bullet but he was certainly trying his hardest to earn one.

If you try to assign racial issues to this topic then guess what? You are the racist. I'm mixed between several minorities but I look like a white guy but I've been pulled over even sometimes unfairly but I didn't get shot because I didn't act like a idiot or become hostile. If this guy had complied he would have had a ticket or maybe a booking and release for the lack of a license. The fact that the driver chose to risk the officers life, his own life, and commit crimes he know would land him in jail or prison shows that this motorist was not just another upstanding citizen randomly murdered.

UC police officer Ray Tensing's body camera video clearly shows that he committed murder when he shot and killed an unarmed black motorist at a traffic stop, prosecutor Joe Deters said Wednesday. submitted by AssuredlyAThrowAway to news

KiloJuliet 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

Every year cops are run down by angry motorists. If I was standing outside the car and someone started the vehicle and started to move I'd be scared shitless. Now the question is was it ok for him to try to stop the vehicle by reaching in it, further upgrading the risk of him getting run over? I'd say that's probably not the smartest thing to do but the motorist created a dangerous environment and it was quite threatening to the officer. The motorist should have stopped its not like he didn't know the cop was there. The motorist continued with what became a deadly attack on the officer in my opinion. Both parties were wrong in their actions, but the only one who intended to do wrong was the motorist and I believe intent is everything in a case like this.

I know gun safety, I'm an instructor. Gun safety was not the issue here. The issue is quite simple. Do people who intentionally put officers in a dangerous position seriously expect not to get hurt? Seriously how fucking stupid can this motorist be? I think he knew what he was doing and the consequences might have been greater than he expected but he knew he was putting both himself and the officer in a great deal of peril when he decided to recklessly act.

I was attacked by three people and I was scared and reacted with great force. People still blame me for crippling 3 people, one of which later died (Not my fault, his family gave him drugs while he was in the ICU but I'm still blamed for giving him the brain injury that the drugs exacerbated so his family calls me a murderer). The question is am I just some asshole criminal that wants to hurt people because I fought back against attackers or was I just a victim defending myself. I had all sorts of cops tell me that I was probably going to be prosecuted by the DA but thankfully nothing ever came of it. I think this guy's situation is similar. Dude was affraid of a big chunk of metal with wheels and an angry driver as I was affraid of being overpowered by 3 drug fiends.

My point is don't use or threaten to use great force on an officer and expect the officer not to react with great force.

I really do wonder if his arm/hand was really stuck though..... That will nag at me... That's probably going to be key if it his a grand jury.

German Library Burns Books That Aren't Politically Correct submitted by axolotl__peyotl to Worldnews

KiloJuliet 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

We need to name this: Hitler returns!

Seriously.