Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by legit-writer, Apr 11, 2014.
why do you show a white supremacist video here?
It's not the video. it's the article. read it. people have grown so accustomed to watching videos that they forget that they have the ability to read also. just saying.
i did read it. now, why do you show a white supremacist video here?
The video is not a white supremacist video. Simply because the video involved a white and a black person DOES NOT make it a white supremacist video. Now, the video did draw white supremacist commentators, BUT that DOES NOT make the video a white supremacist video.
From what I can see in the video- she was the one that started the physical fight. He reacted, and while I am all for using violence only to protect yourself and only to the point where the other person is no longer a threat (so, him chocking her seems to me a bit.....excessive)......it takes a lot of self-control to do this after you've been physically attacked,
Why generalize his behavior and completely ignore hers? She needed much more than what he gave her.. her and her girly brother. And you have to know she practices on him at home. And there's most likely a larger sibling or parent that does the same to them.
a video that makes white people look good and black people look bad is a white supremacist video.
i ask why would a black person put on a white supremacist video?
Her behavior is not ignored. It was a question of isn't there a limit before a guy does actually fight back if a girl keeps hitting him.
The bus driver has their hands tied by the DOT and the school board, so the only thing which she could do was pull over, lock the doors, and call the dispatch to contact the authorities. This goes to show you of the insane rules which adults place on positions in stopping you from doing what is right due to the fact that the school board doesn't want to get sued if they are injured in the bus driver's handling of the situation.
Bullying is unacceptable but a required function in life, due to its ability to bring strife and shows you how to deal with the situation.
The child was not taught to protect himself at all times regardless of the sex or age of the assailant. In mutual combat, its simply that... all the talk about males shouldn't hit females should not exist in a society which deems all have equal rights, plus, if you feel froggy enough to hit someone, you should understand when someone jumps.
other than to break it up, the brother should not be taking sides, especially since from the videos standpoint, she held the upper hand... and now he wants to windmill his punches at the victim.
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