Protesting, Riots, Who's Wants To Burn This M'Fer Down!?

Discussion in 'Non Surf Related' started by DawnPatrol321, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. ChavezyChavez

    ChavezyChavez Well-Known Member

    Jun 20, 2011
    Institutional racism was outlawed in this country over 50 years ago. But you keep on using that as a crutch my man. Is there still De-facto racism in this country? Of course and it isn't just white on black. There are members of all races who don't like each other. Toughen up honey, it's a rough world out there.
    if the cops were purposely persecuting and trying to kill just blacks, there'd be a HELLUVA lot more dead blacks than the couple dozen shot by police this year. Over 5 million interactions between the police and the public in this country each year. 35 blacks shot by police. Over 70 WHITES shot by police. Doesn't fit your narrative though does it?
  2. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    Probably, I just wasn't sure how to feel about the post, from a lurker who pops in for a snarky comment, and then back to the shadows. Lmao

  3. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    those hooligans aren't targeted,their just bait basically,and when u confront them and they start giving u problems,more problemas ensues.

    being a patrol cop is actually pretty boring,until u get someone lol.its like the cops that post up in the cut trying to catch speeders,they don't care if ur an old rich guy,a black guy,chinese etc,they just want to give out tickets.

    so when theyr bored looking to get in some shyt,and see some suspicious black guys,and them guys don't cooperate,shyt happens.

    I had a rough childhood,had many police encounters lol,like on a weekly basis no exaggeration,nothing serious just random stops to see what we're up to.them cops hated my family..for good reason lol..but never got beaten up or shot by them.had their guns in my face more than once.doesnt matter what color u are,u start reaching or look like ur about to do something other than give up,u will get why risk it,just follow the orders
  4. sailquik

    sailquik Well-Known Member

    Nov 23, 2012
  5. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    The d-canoe aka rearentryy9986
    Ahh, it is good to wake up white in the morning. Never knowing what it is like to be persecuted for the color of your skin. Unless you have been to Hawaii, and felt like the minority, even when your the majority.

    Can't spell ^^, under 100 posts, one of the total douche canoe monikers of all time, no avatar because mummy took the lollipop away, living in suburbia drone ass handling nimrod tool.
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  6. capecodcdog

    capecodcdog Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2012
    CyC (spot on!), stank, yank, kr, cep, et. al., nice work refuting the foolish narrative that is plaguing us.
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  7. Sleazeside's Finest

    Sleazeside's Finest Active Member

    Apr 5, 2012
    First time poster; long time reader.... My chick isn't hindu but she sure is hot.
    Never thought I would be this concerned about the future of our country, especially the way police officers are being demonized. The fact that there isn't a better procedure in place to handle these hooligans the second things turn violent baffles me. You want to protest and stand up for what you believe in, great - enjoy, It's my right to go about my own life and ignore your silly problems. You want to hurt people and property, well prepare for the consequences as$hat. Beyond tired of the PC sensitive BS; everyone doesn't get a trophy kids - And just to be clear- No lives matter - Mother Earth Matters and we are destroying her at a record pace....sorry back to the topic at hand. Next time a window breaks ...scratch that.... the next time one of these pieces of sh!t litters break out the fire hose, rubber bullets and tear gas and put en end to their bs. If a protest turns into a riot, immediate curfew in place, come back tomorrow and try peacefully protesting again without getting violent. How many months do we have to watch this turmoil unfold before it gets worse? We better figure out a way to deter people from acting like animals because we are headed in the wrong direction.
  8. nopantsLance

    nopantsLance Well-Known Member

    Aug 15, 2016
  9. kidde rocque

    kidde rocque Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2016
    Lance, you're ok in my book. Keep up the good work
  10. Braap

    Braap Well-Known Member

    Dec 1, 2014
    Agreed buddy, Patrol is pretty boring. It's fun certain times and very taxing on your patience as well.
  11. Zippy

    Zippy Well-Known Member

    Nov 16, 2007
    A friend and I got pulled over in Long Branch at 2 in the morning back in the mid eighties. They got my buddy out of the drivers seat standing in the road, hands on top of his head, shorts slowly falling down (he was a little fat and his shorts hung under his gut) spot lights on him etc.

    They frisked him and were grilling him pretty good " what are you doing here at 2 in the morning, any drugs in the car, weapons?" He's answering that we were down here to check the surf for the morning (that was the truth). They said they didnt believe him. Then they got me out of the car and started the whole process of frisking etc. Right then one of the cops, who was standing right there, i couldnt see him because i was blinded by the light, says forget it guys theyre clean. The lights go off and I see its a guy I knew in high school who was already on his way in his career while I was still hanging out till 3-4 in the morning napping for an hour or two and doing a dawn patrol. We hung out for a few minutes with the cops, checked the waves then went home to bed.

    Seening my buddy standing in the road, belly out, shorts falling off his azz in a police spot light is to this day one of my favorite memories of that time in my life.
  12. Mr.Belmar

    Mr.Belmar Well-Known Member

    Aug 19, 2010
    Wow- pretty good first post... Even without starting a hello threade you did pretty well! Plus this is actually your 36th post ha
  13. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    Another epistle from the Z-Man - my thoughts exactly

    I’m All Blacked Out
    Posted on September 23, 2016

    On my way home last night, I saw a couple of young black women on a corner, holding signs that had “Black Lives Matter” on them with some other writing. I think one of them had something about Charlotte, but I don’t know for sure. They were hoping to get the attention of drivers, but it seemed like no one was paying any attention. As traffic slowed, I did not see any heads turning their way, but in the city, drivers look straight ahead out of habit. That way the bums and panhandlers are not encouraged to molest you.

    I caught the light so I was sitting at their intersection with a chance to observe for a few minutes. They stepped into the street and starting taunting the white drivers by holding their signs up against their windows and chanting something. When young black women get worked up, their voices reach a pitch close to a dog whistle. It’s just high pitched echolalic babbling, that is intended to annoy, rather than convey information. I had my windows up so I could make out nothing. My guess is it was just some gibberish they saw on-line or on TV.

    Before they got to me, the light changed and they had to retreat back to the curb, which was a surprise. In the ghetto, you run into this behavior a lot. Black females will wait for the light to change and then saunter into the cross walk, giving drivers the business, making them wait as they stroll across the street. It is just one of the many hassles that comes with dealing with people in the ghetto. At some level, they know the rest of us would just as soon ignore the ghetto entirely, so they spend their energy making that impossible.

    Sitting there watching their antics, I felt a bit of rage welling up. All this effort to be a public nuisance, to make demands on me, and yet they put little to no effort into managing their lives. Even if they have a claim, harassing drivers on their way home is not going to win them any friends. They have to know it, which means they are not there on the street corner with good intentions. They are there explicitly to be a public nuisance. They just like hassling white people, purely out of racial animus.

    More and more, that’s the sort of thing that creeps into my mind when I see blacks acting up. I have a great deal of sympathy for black people, particularly underclass blacks. Despite what you see on TV, most black people in the ghetto are decent people. They just lack the cognitive tools and opportunity. They are my fellow citizens and I want the best for them. I just don’t know what can be done to change their lot in life. The Civil Rights Movement was over 50 years ago, but here we are with young black girls full of hatred for the honkies.
    I got home and decided to see what the news channels had to say about the riots in Charlotte.

    On a Fox show, some old white guy was trying to explain to Juan Williams that the reason blacks get shot by cops is that blacks commit an outlandish amount of crime. He tried to explain how 3% of the population, committing 40% of the crime, is going to have a disproportionate amount of police interaction. Juan Williams is innumerate, so he could not grasp the math. He just kept insisting the cops like shooting black people.

    There was something about the irritated look on the face of Juan Williams that bugged me. The old honky was trying to respectfully explain the mathematical reality of crime in America. Blacks are 13% of the population, but they account for more than half of all crime. Most of that crime is against black people. This is public information that is easy to verify. Yet, Juan had a look on his face like the old honky had just farted. You could tell that he was thinking, “How dare this guy say such things?”
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  14. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    Instead of getting angry, I flipped over to the sports channel and, of course, they were celebrating the asinine and insulting protests by black athletes. These pampered babies owe everything they have to white America, yet they have the gall to claim they are victims. They are living lives few humans have had the privilege to live and it is not enough. That’s what’s so damned galling about these protests. They are a reminder that it is never enough. There’s no way to pay off the debt, assuming there is one. It never ends.

    That is, of course, something white people used to know. When I was a kid, the old people would often say, “We’ll never hear the end of slavery. We’ll be paying for that forever.” The point was that there’s no point in trying. All of us have done something to someone for which that person will not forgive us. No man keeps going over to his ex-wife asking for forgiveness. You just accept the fact that there is no making it right and you get on with your life. That’s the reality of race relations. There’s no fixing it so there’s no point in trying.

    Even so, I’m increasingly pissed off by what I’m seeing and I resent the people behind it. Guys like Juan Williams should be on TV demanding the cops round up every last Charlotte rioter and pack them off to Africa. The rich black guys on TV talking sportsball should be mortified that their co-ethnics are embarrassing their race with these antics. If the roles were reversed and it was whites making asses of themselves, you can be sure the honkies on TV would be furious and embarrassed, demanding a halt to it.

    That’s not how it works and that’s what is getting tiresome. Those two black girls get the idea in their heads to make a nuisance of themselves in the street and I’m supposed to feel guilty about it. Frankly, Glenn Reynolds was right. Let’s have a few motorists drive over these people and then we can talk about feeling guilty. Let’s have the cops unleash the dogs and water cannon on these rioters and then talk to me about feeling guilty. I’ll be happy to feel guilty as long as the streets are clear.

    I’ve simply had enough. I’m all blacked out. I’m tired of the blame shifting and excuse making. I’m tired of seeing people, who know better, lying to me on TV. Those rich sportsball talkers ain’t living in my neighborhood. They are as far away from the Black Lives Matter types as possible. They live in gated communities with the honkies. Their honky cohorts on TV are not even driving through my neighborhood. They are despicable hypocrites, who deliberately say things on television that make our lives worse.

    Black America does not have a race problem. It ain’t honkies robbing, looting and killing in the ghetto. They don’t have a cop problem. The cops shoot fewer black offenders than white offenders. They don’t have a gun problem either. Black America has a black guy problem. They have far too many black guys robbing, looting and killing, almost always doing so at the expense of blacks. They won’t let me fix that problem, so stop demanding I feel bad about it.

    I’m done. I’m all blacked out.
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  15. capecodcdog

    capecodcdog Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2012
    ^- OpEd quality. Now if only WaPo would publish it.. I suppose that's a dream.
  16. capecodcdog

    capecodcdog Well-Known Member

    Jun 22, 2012
    What saddens me is that even though most of us "don't see color" and have good relations as a whole with people of all colors and cultures, the "red herrings", out liers, anomalies are being promoted by the media and others with a political agenda, and it is disturbing, dividing, destroying, and possibly setting back the progress made in this country over the last 50 years.

    Aloha. No other answer.
  17. yankee

    yankee Well-Known Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    ^^ this

    well stated
  18. JayD

    JayD Well-Known Member

    Feb 6, 2012
  19. JayD

    JayD Well-Known Member

    Feb 6, 2012
    It's nice to wake up in the morning whether you r white black or an idiot. Always be thankful
  20. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    Thanks for sharing, good stuff.