Black People : Arizona shooting victim involuntarily committed to a mental hospital..

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  1. skuderjaymes

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    by Skuderjaymes

    KGUN9 (no I didn't make that up) reports that Eric Fuller, a 64 year old Arizona-liberal,
    (which really means "Mini-Right Wing" or "Right Wing Light") organizer that was one of the 18
    people recently shot at a small political gathering themed "An American Conversation" by Right Wing
    Assassin Jared Lee* Loughner in Arizona has been involuntarily committed to a mental health facility.

    During A televised town hall meeting that was supposed to be yet another installment in the series of
    context shifting events, rhetoric and press coverage designed to redirect public outrage away from the Right Wingers,
    Eric Fuller, who was, along with the other survivors of the Loughner's rampage , invited to attend this event
    tastelessly entitled "An American Conversation Continued".. (which is play on the original title of
    the event where those 6 people were murdered,
    ) allegedly said the wrong thing at the wrong time to the wrong
    people.

    According to KGUN9.. yeah KGUN9, the event was going smooth until Right Wing / Tea Party
    founder Trent Humphries rose to suggest that any conversation about gun control should be put off
    until after the funerals for all the victims. Well, Fuller and others in the audience began to boo and
    hiss and Fuller apparently yelled out to Humphries, "your'e dead!". And as he was being led off,
    Fuller witnesses said they thought they heard him shout "You're all whores!" Fuller was
    arrested and charged with one count of threats and intimidation and disorderly conduct... and he
    was also involuntarily committed to a mental institution.. for "evaluation".

    But Why was he committed?
     
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    Why?

    Because he failed to recognize context. He failed to overstand what was
    going on and he interrupted white folks's automated healing process as it
    chugged along doing what it had to do in order to protect the white
    community from seeing what it is really about. Fuller betrayed his own
    people by elevating his own feelings above the health of the collective.
    He forgot that white folks greatest strength is their ability to abstract
    reality... selectively.. It enables them to rationalize away even the most
    gruesome acts of savagery by their people and it protects their esteem from anything
    remotely negative. In short, it let's them sleep at night and enjoy their lives
    despite all of the blood and guts those lives are built upon.
    And it allows them to change sides in a flash.. You can go from Allies to enemies
    within a fraction of a fraction of a second..

    Mr. Fuller interrupted that process so he must be CRAZY.
    The people of Tuscan say the refuse let what Loughner did relfect negatively
    on their city.. There are stories all over the place talking about moving
    on.. going forward
    .. even our sometimes black sometimes white but mostly
    white but still has a good heart touchy feely president who has
    time to remark about sports teams but still nothing about Oscar Grant
    is
    in on the act.. even he understands what that process is and how it works,
    otherwise, what kind of president would he be? Let's forget.. let's ignore..
    let's turn the other cheek
    .. let's evoke Martin Luther King in a state
    where MLK day was fought like the plague. Let's pray for the state that
    just outlawed Ethnic Studies and Mexicans.

    Fuller forgot where he was and what he was doing and that involuntary
    commitment is an implied threat that says, "We can make this permanent!".
    Fuller bit the hand that feeds him and for that he was committed..​
     
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    lets see here......

    in arizona carry a piece, no problem. say the wrong thing, go to jail.:?:
     
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    this whole situation and the response to it speaks volumes about the American
    inability to speak the truth. What would the people of Iran say if the press
    covered this as a political assassination attempt? How is this different than
    the violence that erupts in other countries over politics? If Arizona law makers
    can't see the connection between the gun culture in their state and this shooting,
    then they are either liars or idiots.. and I don't think they're idiots.
     
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