At some point, most Americans will crack.
The protests, the demonstrations, the riots. It all becomes too much.
Blocking the road, chanting “F**k the Police!” and “Shut This Sh*t Down!” It’s offensive, vulgar and accomplishes nothing.
Perhaps that’s why this driver snapped. Perhaps that’s why he may very well have killed someone.
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- By Chelsea Betonie — 1 year ago
A Russian lawmaker says that North Korea is preparing to launch another missile. Anton Morozov of the nationalist Liberal Democratic Party is seeing calculations that the missile will hit the US West Coast. Supposedly the North Koreans now have the tech to bring a warhead down intact.
The Party Foundation Anniversary is being celebrated next week on Tuesday. Monday is Columbus Day in the US. The attack could very likely happen either of these days.
Kim Jong Un says that the missile tests coincide with American holidays to get maximum media coverage, according to Daily Mail.
This news comes after Trump talked about how yesterday was the “calm before the storm” with our military people.
n an unprecedented personal address to President Trump, Kim said the US would “pay dearly” adding that North Korea “will consider with seriousness exercising of a corresponding, the highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history.”
Share this to warn everyone in America what is about to be racing toward the United States.
- By Manly Man — 1 year ago
ELDER PATRIOT – Who is better qualified to talk about how race has held him back than an eighty-year old black man from the Deep South, Memphis, Tennessee? On his way up there were no affirmative action programs to help him overcome the obstacle of “being born Black in America.”
Morgan Freeman was 80 when he was interviewed on CNN Tonight, two years ago. Host Don Lemon Morgan asked him, “Do you think poverty is part of genetics, to answer your question?”
Freeman answered forthrightly, “No, you can’t say that. I don’t think wealth, personally, I don’t think wealth and genetics have anything to do with each other, actually.”
Freeman elaborated and his answer must’ve had political race hustlers burying their heads, “If you’re born in the U.S., it really doesn’t matter the condition of your birth. What matters is what you inherit from your nurturing, from your environment, whether or not you are — I mean, this is from the standpoint of having been born with little. Here, you can always get out of that. Poverty is just…”
The Academy Award winner wasn’t done.
When Lemon asked him, “Do you think race plays a part in wealth distribution?”
Freeman didn’t hesitate, “Today? No.”
Lemon persisted, “You don’t?”
And, Freeman remained resolute, “No. No, I don’t. You and I, we’re proof. Why would race have anything to do with it? Put your mind to what you want to do and go from there.”
“I was born in Memphis, Tennessee [in 1937],” said Freeman. “I had a long haul from where I came from, to here. But here we are. So proof is in — proof of the pudding is in the eating. Here we sit at the dining table.”
Lemon was desperate to protect “The Legacy Of Liberalism” that has destroyed the Black family and the schools their children attend that Freeman had earlier alluded to (“What matters is what you inherit from your nurturing, from your environment”.)
Lemon: “But it’s hard to — when you say that to people because they say, ‘Here you go with the pull yourself up by the bootstraps thing. You’re just being respectable. Not everybody can do that.”
Freeman’s response was abrupt: “Bullsh**! Everybody can! “Not that it doesn’t – [take] courage. Courage is the key to life itself. A lot of people were born in situations, ‘I’ll never get out of this.’ So they won’t. I say to people who say, ‘Well, I would like to have done so and so and so and so.’
“Well, you could have done it. ‘I couldn’t get out of here.’”
“Man, the bus runs every day.”
Freeman’s message: Certain “truths are self-evident. That all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights,” and abilities and it is up to them what they make of themselves. He warns young people not to be the victim of their own actions. That, after all, is the essence of freedom.
- By Manly Man — 9 months ago
Haiti ambassador requests official explanation of President Trump's sh**hole comment.
President Trump is well known for his unorthodox behavior and straight forward commentary. Trump tells it like it is, no sugar coating nonsense. Therefore it comes as no surprise that he used the phrase sh**hole while referring to countries such as Haiti and El Salvador. Is that to be taken offensively, probably but the truth hurts don't it?
Pictures of Haiti prove that the term sh**hole is a rather accurate representation wether the ambassador wants to admit it or not. Sure Trump could have put it more eloquently but that's just not Trump.
Haiti’s ambassador to the U.S. on Thursday reportedly condemned President Trump‘s comments referring to the nation as a “shithole” country, which sparked bipartisan backlash.
Ambassador Paul Altidor told NBC News political contributor Yamiche Alcindor that Trump’s remarks were “based on stereotypes” and the president was either “misinformed” or “miseducated.”
An official request explaining what Trump meant is really unnecessary. What he meant is the way your country is being ran has lead to utter devastation due to severe poverty and the resulting effect is comparable to a sh**hole. Your welcome.