Kaila Jackson 
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Re: “Black Lives Matter march planned for Saturday at 2 p.m.

@Jaxx Each race kills their own race more than outside races do. This includes whites, blacks, hispanics, asians, etc. So that "blacks kill blacks" thing is a sorry attempt at the justification of killing black people.

IF you were paying attention to anything, you'd know that when citizens kill other citizens, they WILL be punished. They WILL go to jail. When a black man kills a black man, you better believe, the law firmly up his arse. When a white man kills a white man, the law is way up his ass. When a police officer kills an innocent civilian, they get a paid vacation and gold damn medal.

The only reason the tag is #BlackLivesMatter is because, while we recognize other races suffer from police brutality as well, harassment & murder by cop is disproportionately placed on the black community. This means, yes, it does happen other places, but it happens FAR more often to black people.

THAT'S the reason for #BlackLivesMatter . Anyone with half a brain could see that. Any idiot that says "Well, it makes it seem like only black people matter over everyone else," needs to stop trying to create a negative where positive progression is taking place. Some people just look for reasons to pick at things because they are instigators or lazy or ignorant.

Of course all lives matter, that's a given (DERP). When officers go to white neighborhoods and stop people walking down the street, shoot people who have no weapons, burst into peoples homes and harass & beat them, shoot their children to death (and I mean SMALL children, not almost adult teens), and bashing in the faces of people who don't bow to their every corrupt demand on a very regular and daily basis, THEN we will say #WhiteLivesMatter . Because the brutality and racism it would be disproportionately within the white community.

If this happened on a regular basis evenly across all races, then #OurLivesMatter would be a thing. But, again, because this happens more often in the black community (police getting away with excessive force/murder), this tag originated. This is not about isolated incidents, but decades of brutality.

Just because it doesn't happen in your community or directly in front of you often, doesn't mean that it does not happen. We go through this mess all the time.

Black people often get too much of the law when they are being prosecuted, but not enough of the law when it is meant to protect them.

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Posted by Kaila Jackson on December 16, 2014 at 5:32 PM
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