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I agree that the Black Lives Matter movement isn't directly responsible for violence against police (or other people for that matter), but here's the truth - the BLM movement is, at its core, less about promoting safety and free living for "people of color", and more about denial of accountability and getting over on an establishment that the black community blames for all of it's problems.

The movement is also inherently racist. When they say "people of color", the BLM folk are only referring to African Americans; they are not actually speaking of other ethnic groups. They don't care about Hispanics, Asians, Africans, or Central and South Americans. This movement isn't a sweeping, universally accepted cause - it's a petulant cry for attention from a people who would rather complain than work to change the narrative. As such, it's attracting the less desirable members of the black community - thugs with nothing better to do than smoke weed and run their mouths and act violently.

And that brings me to the point of this article - the assertion that the movement isn't responsible for violence against police and others. I'll sum up my thoughts in one word - bullshit. By understanding the points I made previously, you'll grasp the truth that BLM is a pro-black, anti-white movement. Don't believe me? What color are the cops being killed? White. What about the white reporter and her coworker, who were shot to death on live TV by a disgruntled black former employee.

Black police aren't being targeted. Black politicians aren't having their speeches interrupted. Black news anchors aren't being blown away in front of a national audience. While Black Lives Matter may not be giving the directive to perpetrate these acts of violence, they're indirectly responsible, due to the fact that their message is decidedly anti-white, anti-white cop, anti-white establishment, and is attracting the comment members of the African American community, and the leaders of the movement aren't doing our saying anything to quell the violence.

This movement is counter productive, myopic, petulant, and self-serving. I implore +The Root​ to stop publishing articles like this. The articles - and therefore your "news" agency - are doing a disservice to everyone who reads them. If you're going to continue to publish this passive aggressive, racist drivel, at least publish articles which hold African Americans equally accountable for many of the situations they find themselves in. Until you can do that, your publication is nothing more than an aide to a movement that will only hurt the lives of African Americans in this country.

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While white killers are routinely characterized as mentally disturbed, the entire black community is often blamed for the heinous acts committed by an individual.
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I hope this doesn't turn out to be a reversed kkk
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Who's going to be the first to claim that this moron was a victim of police brutality? I'm almost praying that someone tries to pick up this torch and run with it. I don't agree with all cases where deadly force is used, but this thug deserved what he got.
Curtis Smith, a 34-year-old man from Coatesville, Pennsylvania, was shot dead inside the lobby of a Philadelphia-area courthouse on Tuesday. According to USA
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Sim......para fazermos justiçs e avaliarmos é preciso que conheçamos todas as razões e todos os pormenores !
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I think this is an interesting idea, but I also think it requires each league participating, to have a legitimate relegation/promotion system in place. It also would require a good ($10-20 million) payout for the winning club, and that brings me to my next point - the teams and leagues that are participating need to do away with (or seriously loosen) their salary caps. They need to be able to spend the prize money freely, to attract top players, which in turn, grows the game.

Being able to spend this money would allow Brazilian and Argentine teams to bring back club heros more easily, which helps their domestic leagues. The money would also help MLS clubs sign legit star players, instead of cast-offs like Gio Dos Santos, Martins, and Giovinco, and has-beens like Beckham, Lampard, Gerrard, and Keane. Overall, this is a great concept, but it requires leagues to restructure themselves a bit, in order to become a viable, legit, and exciting competition. 
Miami FC owner and M&P Silva president Riccardo Silva are pushing towards an "America Champions League" featuring the top teams of North, Central and South America.
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Good win for United today. I've been hailing Memphis Depay for at least two years now as a future world class talent, and he showed glimpses of it today. United are the right club for him to be at, but I'm completely bemused by the fact that no other team in England decided to make a run at him. Arsenal specifically, would have benefited greatly from Memphis' skill and hunger to win. Recognizing talent is exactly what separates (and always has separated) United from Arsenal, and that trend looks set to continue. I'm not a United fan in any way, but with Depay in the squad - and if Rooney decides to start showing up - the Red Devils will push for the title this year... They may not be strong enough to win the UCL, but the Prem is there to be won. 
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Lmfao! You see, this is why the Gunners can't have nice things. Wenger has more control than any other manager in the Prem, and is free to sign whatever players he wants, within the budget. However, despite his level of autonomy, Wenger refuses to place bids for world class players or seriously promising talent - players like Benzema, Depay, Pogba, Mitrovic, Otamendi, Kane, Januzaj, Pepe, Ibra, Kingsley Coman, Khedira... They're all there (or were), and at least semi-available. The fact that Wenger continues to do nothing to significantly strengthen his squad has got to be bothersome to Arsenal supporters. He could have gotten Depay, Khedira, Januzaj, and Mitrovic (and maybe Pepe too) for around £100 million, and yet he don't nothing. Those are 4-5 players who would instantly make Arsenal contenders in England and Europe. The only conclusion I can come to is that Wenger doesn't truly like winning any more. 
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger h as admitted he’s a little frustrated by the Gunners’ lack of transfer activity this summer, as reports continue to link the club with ...
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I'll sum this up in one word - repulsive... 😑
 
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Today's big results in the Prem - Chelsea losing to Palace, Liverpool being thrashed by West Ham, and Arsenal scraping by Newcastle on an own goal - are perfect examples of why the league is nowhere near the best in the world. I get it, shock results happen - Arsenal got lucky, but Liverpool and Chelsea were completely outclassed today. How can a league claim to be the best when their top sides are not just losing to, but being embarrassed by the minnows in their league? I'm sure folk will point to City and tell me that they're really strong, but how can we know for sure? Right now they're dominating a shit league, so what does that make them? Are they the real deal like Bayern, or are they just the biggest fish in a small pond? Personally, I think it's the latter.
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I personally see nothing wrong with these costumes. Are they a bit insensitive? Yes. Are they bigoted? No. The truth is, these costumes fall into the same category as Pope, Michael Jackson, Bin Laden, OJ Simpson/Nicole, Aborted fetus, drunk and pregnant woman, KKK, and various serial killer costumes. They're all in bad taste, but they're not necessarily offensive.

Honestly, Jenner has brought this on him/herself. Jenner is not a hero... He was a man, living in the most progressive town in America (Hollywood) when it comes to gender identity - a town that celebrates the shocking and androgynous. That's why Michael Jackson never had issues there. That's why Marilyn Manson doesn't have issues, and it's why so many celebrities - including Channing Tatum and James Franco - have no issues, despite rampant rumors about their sexuality. Jenner is just a millionaire, living with other millionaires, who could give a shit less whether he wants to be a man or a woman.

You know who the real heroes are? They're the kids you never knew were confused, who struggle with the thought of killing themselves every day, and ultimately don't. The heroes are the parents, friends, family, and teachers who accept and help them through the dark days. There's nothing heroic about crying about your life on national television, while -with every passing minute of your hour long special - your bank account is growing by five figures. So you go home and cry into your piles of money and you complain to the super accepting friends and family you have. You wake up each morning in your palatial home, while tens of thousands of kids struggle each day, to avoid overdosing on their depression meds, without the comforts and security that money can buy you.

Jenner doesn't lead a heroic life... He/she lives a blessed one, so you're not going to catch me getting my knickers in a twist just because some frat boys want to have fun at his/her expense.
Last year there were Ebola costumes. This year there's Caitlyn Jenner. News that several costume companies, including Spirit Halloween and Anytime Costumes, plan to sell a unisex Caitlyn Jenner costume for this year's Halloween festivities blazed across social media, as commenters expressed outrage...
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I'll just leave this here as food for thought.
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Is US United States, and THEM The Hatefull Eulogist Muslims? Or is that propaganda, too? Lol 
The "function at work" concerning propaganda is true, though. But do you find all propaganda abhorent, or do you define differencies among those who perpetrade it? Cause clearly the propaganda from closed dictatorships and/or religiously governed countries are much more extreme than "our" western standards?! Cause there are people who supposedly attempts to do a socalled critique of western countries in that vein, who refuse to make any distinctions, and just try to make the comparison without really wanting to see ANY differencies at all, for their own political "reasons", and they are really laughable?

Try reading a turkish newspaper, that'll get your propaganda radar flashing!!
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Lmao! Aside from the walking animation, this is priceless! 
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This has *got*to be the funniest thing I've ever read! To paraphrase, the girl in question claims that she and her "date" were watching a movie on Netflix, and then - out of nowhere apparently - a dick ended up in her mouth. Sure, that seems legit, but let's continue... She then seemingly claims that - as a result of said dick being orally imbibed - that sex was compulsory.

Her "mother" is suing Netflix because their movies are soooo boring, that they're forcing kids to magically engage in random acts of sexual deviance. Again, and completely legit, right? It couldn't possibly be that the girl 1) really liked this guy, and felt like sex was appropriate, 2) actually wanted to give him head, 3) was sexually assaulted, or 4) is simply a slut??

Nope, according to "mom of the year here, the only logical explanation for all this is that Netflix has such a boring movie selection that her daughter just had to suck a dick and then proceed to fuck the guy she was "hanging out" with, because they didn't have a more entertaining option. I'll chalk this one up to a spectacular sense of accountability and critical thinking skills. Netflix is clearly responsible for all unwanted pregnancies, and should be held accountable. I mean, come on Netflix... Don't you know that black lives matter? 😑
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This is a great poem, but I think HP is misrepresenting it a bit here. Here's the poem in its entirety:

Kids Who Die - Langston Hughes (1938)

This is for the kids who die,
Black and white,
For kids will die certainly.
The old and rich will live on awhile,
As always,
Eating blood and gold,
Letting kids die.

Kids will die in the swamps of Mississippi
Organizing sharecroppers
Kids will die in the streets of Chicago
Organizing workers
Kids will die in the orange groves of California
Telling others to get together
Whites and Filipinos,
Negroes and Mexicans,
All kinds of kids will die
Who don’t believe in lies, and bribes, and contentment
And a lousy peace.

Of course, the wise and the learned
Who pen editorials in the papers,
And the gentlemen with Dr. in front of their names
White and black,
Who make surveys and write books
Will live on weaving words to smother the kids who die,
And the sleazy courts,
And the bribe-reaching police,
And the blood-loving generals,
And the money-loving preachers
Will all raise their hands against the kids who die,
Beating them with laws and clubs and bayonets and bullets
To frighten the people—
For the kids who die are like iron in the blood of the people—
And the old and rich don’t want the people
To taste the iron of the kids who die,
Don’t want the people to get wise to their own power,
To believe an Angelo Herndon, or even get together

Listen, kids who die—
Maybe, now, there will be no monument for you
Except in our hearts
Maybe your bodies’ll be lost in a swamp
Or a prison grave, or the potter’s field,
Or the rivers where you’re drowned like Leibknecht
But the day will come—
You are sure yourselves that it is coming—
When the marching feet of the masses
Will raise for you a living monument of love,
And joy, and laughter,
And black hands and white hands clasped as one,
And a song that reaches the sky—
The song of the life triumphant
Through the kids who die.

Huffington Post is attempting to assert that this poem is relevant to the Black Lives Matter movement; I disagree. This poem is lamenting the general poor treatment of all children (and people), by the government, police, and public officials of the time (1930's), and claims that eventually, the people will rise up in universal protest against such treatment.

Hughes was right - the Civil Rights movement happened in the 60's, and brought whites, blacks, and other races together to protest and try to effect positive change. This poem is in no way an indicator of or reference point for the Black Lives Matter movement however. The movement is about angry black folk, venting their frustrations against white people - it's not a civil rights-type movement, and its backers roundly ignore the stats regarding black-on-black crime, poor decision-making, absentee parenting, lack of education, and lack of accountability in today's black community.

Hughes words are poignant, but they're not applicable to this situation or movement. Malcolm and Martin wouldn't have marched and died for today's African American youth, because - along with championing the black cause - they also demanded accountability from their community. That sense of accountability largely doesn't exist in black communities today, and that's why we see a surprising lack of responsible black leaders today.

I really think HP - and society in general - needs to rethink their position on race, racism, and race relations... They're off base most of the time, and myopic in their scope - ignoring events of the past as well as facts and figures in the present.


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This is, without question, the best sushi spot in the area. The sushi and sashimi is always fresh, the staff is very friendly, and the atmosphere is nice. The only complaint I can have is that seating can be a little bit cramped at times, but other than that, I highly recommend eating here.
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I might be in the minority here, but I detest this place. For starters, I never order from them, simply because they don't accept cards. In a college town, that is completely mind boggling. Secondly, their pizza is sub-par, and far greasier than I personally care for. The staff is rarely friendly, but never actually rude, so I can't complain too much on that front, but the restaurant itself always looks and feels dirty. The only saving grace for El Greco is that it's open super late, and they're fairly fast.
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I really used to enjoy Cluck-U on occasion, but the quality of this particular location has become shockingly bad. Very little value for money here, and if you can spare 20 minutes (less than the time it takes Cluck-U to deliver), you can make far better wings at home. Hit the grocery store and buy a package of wings for $4, get a wing sauce of your choice for $4, and some blue cheese dressing for $3,and you can make 20-25 wings for less than the cost of a 10-piece at Cluck-U.
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This place is easy to overlook due to its location, but honestly, they do a good job. You're paying Chinese takeout prices for fairly substantial portions, and the food is good (not great though). I'll swing in here for a quick bite to eat every now and then, and I haven't been disappointed yet.
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I live right down the street from Tung Tin, and I order from them regularly (about twice a month). The staff is incredibly friendly and professional, their delivery is anyways prompt, the prices are very reasonable, and the food is good. In fact, there's only one place in the state that I've gotten better Chinese takeout, and it's in Smithville. If you're in the mood for Chinese, you absolutely can't go wrong with Tung Tin.
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For the price, their pizza is good - not great. I agree with other reviews that the staff is often incredulous, rude, and unprofessional, but I tend to overlook that slightly because I always get delivery, so I don't have to deal with the staff face to face. Overall, the pizza (that's all I ever get there) is acceptable, but it's nothing to write home about. Not a bad option for a simple beer and pizza night.
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