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Call the Baltimore Police Department at (410) 545-8122 and demand that they release these innocent men now! Then help us SPREAD THE WORD!

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Cops like the Gestapo...Amerikkka gettin up there with Nazi Germany. Myself & many others have been pointing out this drive towards pure totalitarianism, for many years we've been warning the staid comfy ones who just want to hide in warm homes with electronic toys. It's come. All you failing middle class suburbanites...it's AmeriKKKa's turn to self destruct. Right now, self destruction is in front of your eyes. because no matter how much pure evil the police Occupation Forces do, they do more & they're allowed to do more. They're doing it to this man.
Kevin Moore filmed the police brutally arresting Freddie Gray. That footage went viral and began all of the protests that have been flooding the streets
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From a different perspective 
If what happened in Baltimore and other cities in the United States happened in a foreign country, this is how the West would respond.
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The president must release full text of the TPP before there's a vote on it. Please sign this petition
Demand the Obama administration to immediately release the full text of the latest draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) to members of Congress, their staff, and the American public, before Congress votes to Fast Track the TPP.
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We agree with Big Boi. Glad to see more musicians and actors speaking out about the current state of affairs in this country.
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A Tale of Two Israels: Gaza & Nepal. Humanitarian relief & the IDF. So why the overt double standard?
Netanyahu is faking democracy, Gideon takes it on.

What more needs to happen for our economic freedom fighters to understand that Netanyahu and the extreme right have emptied democracy of its values? We're going to have to right for it.
By Gideon Levy

The uniform is the same uniform. It’s the uniform whose wearers blew up hundreds of homes and schools and clinics in #Gaza last summer. It’s the uniform whose wearers periodically shoot teenagers and #children throwing stones and peaceful demonstrators in the West Bank. It’s the uniform that every night invades homes and brutally pulls people out of bed, often for needless and politically motivated arrests. It’s the uniform that blocks people’s #freedom of movement in their own land. It’s the uniform that’s been abusing an entire people for decades.

Now its wearers are saving lives for the cameras. The evil army in #Palestine has become the salvation army in #Nepal.

The Israeli rescuers in Nepal are certainly infused with good intentions. The reserve soldiers among them told of dropping everything to join the effort. They are definitely good people who enlisted to help Israelis and Nepalese. It’s very moving to see a preemie carried to safety by an IDF soldier.

But we cannot forget that wearing that same uniform, the IDF kills babies by the dozens; a B’tselem report released last week listed 13 instances in which homes were blown up in Gaza, killing 31 babies and 39 children. He who did this to dozens of babies needs an intolerable measure of chutzpah to dare be photographed with a baby rescued from an earthquake and to boast of his humanitarianism.

Because after all, boasting is the name of the game. That’s a fact. Let’s show ourselves, and particularly the rest of the world, how wonderful we are, how the IDF is really the absolutely most moral army in the world.

“Have you seen any Iranian rescue planes?” asked a propagandist in disguise yesterday. “A model state,” “The beautiful Israel,” “The Israeli flag among the ruins,” “The pride.” “Our delegation of ministering angels represents the universal values of our people and our country,” the president said. “These are the true faces of Israel – a country prepared to assist at any distance at such moments,” the prime minister said.

Ministering angels? The country’s true face? Perhaps. But that angelic face also has a dark, satanic side, one that kills babies, not only saves them. When that’s the case, one cannot speak of “universal values.” One cannot speak of values at all. There is simply no right to do so. To see Avigdor Lieberman, the bully who preaches at every turn to bomb, shell and destroy, speak of #humanitarianism?

There are countries that aren’t providing as much generous aid as Israel, but there isn’t a single country behaving with such hypocrisy – killing in Gaza, saving in Nepal, and presenting itself as Mother Teresa. There is no other country that so exploits every opportunity to propagandize and shower itself with syrupy, embarrassing self-adulation ad nauseam.

Babies die in the child warehouses at the Tel Aviv central bus station not from some force majeure, but because of a cruel immigration policy. The IDF isn’t saving those babies. There was an earthquake in Gaza during Operation Protective Edge; the rubble has not been cleared to this day, and most of those who lost their homes remain homeless. No one has visited Gaza recently without being shocked to their very core. And that earthquake was manmade; it was the work of the IDF, the same IDF that’s in Nepal.

Israel doesn’t have to go all the way to #Kathmandu to save lives; it would be enough to lift the siege it imposes an hour’s drive from Tel Aviv and let Gaza be rebuilt. It would be enough to allow the 2 million people who live there a bit of freedom. It would enough to decide that during the next attack, which is inevitable, the IDF will act differently. That the same IDF now engaged in rescue will not commit more war crimes. That it will uphold international law, and perhaps even those “universal values” Israel is gloating about now. That the same IDF now hugging babies will not bomb homes with babies inside them.

But all this is of course much harder than sending a 747 to Kathmandu and setting up the largest possible, best-equipped field hospital in front of the accompanying army of reporters, and applauding the beautiful, virtuous, moral #Israel.

Gideon Levy tweets at @levy_haaretz


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Cops really think we're stupid enough to buy this shit.

But then again, some people are.

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Report says (with a straight face ) that Freddy Gray didn't commit "Suicide by Cop" as usually claimed in Cop Killings, No, Freddy Committed "Suicide by Paddy Wagon" banging on the sides of the van possibly for help? Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts does admit that officers repeatedly ignored Gray’s pleas for medical help and failed to secure him with a safety belt or harness in the back of the transport van.
Prisoner in police van said Freddie Gray was ‘banging against the walls’ The Washington Post Peter Hermann 11 hrs ago © Cem Ozdel/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images High school and college students march from Penn Station to City Hall for justice for Freddie Gray ...
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I don't understand your question. +Bobby Ingram Want what to be true?
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Oh and of course everyone remembers the Civil War that wasn't. When the Southerners invited their Northern brothers down for Sweet Tea where they could discuss and resolve their troubles. They even invited their Slaves to participate in the talks so they could negotiate the terms of their release.

Man, fairytale world sounds nice.

#PeacefulProtest   #Submit   #Obey  
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Yes and remember 'it wasn't about slavery, it was about state's rights'.
Even though it was really about them wanting to keep the 'state right' to own human slaves. But that's all you have to do to manipulate the stupid. Just change some words around and then suddenly human suffering wasn't the issue and that nobody deserves credit for ending it. 
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I was born in 87.
I became legal in 05.
I became an adult in 08.

Somewhere during all that aging I developed a healthy addiction to: Music | Coffee | and | Randomness

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My profile is not for the faint of heart. If you are easily offended, don't circle me. Just know, I will never set out to be offensive, for offensive's sake.

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