Author Topic: Justin Trudeau: the White Supremacist  (Read 1051 times)

Offline Omni

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Re: Justin Trudeau: the White Supremacist
« Reply #240 on: April 08, 2017, 04:47:57 pm »
Stop and frisk is something normally only done in high crime areas. I'm not aware we even do it in Canada, though stop and ... question' might be a better description here. That too is mostly in higher crime neighborhoods, and it targets those the police feel 'resemble' those who give them the most trouble. Yes, that means young Black men now, but not it's once again and cause/effect thing. It's not because police hate black skin. It's also a bit of a lazy way of meeting the people in your district/precinct/division who are most likely to be causing trouble (ie, young men), and recording where and when you met them so that if a crime happens nearby at that time detectives can look those people up and question them more thoroughly. The Son of Sam was caught largely because he had a parking ticket near one of his crimes.

Incidentally, Arabs are complaining here about being pulled over and stopped more often. Why? Because police hate Arabs? Nope. Because Arabs are involved in a lot of violent crime here. If we had a nasty white street gang in some neighborhood the police would be stopping and questioning young white men they found nearby. That's just what they do.

Unfortunately you don't have to be from a "nasty Black street" to be more likely to be pulled over, carded, or in the States even shot while you are reaching for your DL. Lets get those body cams in place.

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Re: Justin Trudeau: the White Supremacist
« Reply #241 on: June 23, 2017, 07:05:25 pm »
So how are Black people (most of whom haven't been IN this country more than a generation) more oppressed by this than a poor white unilingual boy like I was?

I would agree that "in this country" things were better for non whites than they were sought of the border. But to not have witnessed oppression in this country you must have been a government employee hiding in an office building all your life.

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Re: Justin Trudeau: the White Supremacist
« Reply #242 on: June 29, 2017, 12:04:47 pm »
I would agree that "in this country" things were better for non whites than they were sought of the border. But to not have witnessed oppression in this country you must have been a government employee hiding in an office building all your life.

No. You simply have to have an understanding of the English language and know that calling anyone living in Canada 'oppressed' is a joke.
Btw, things are better in this country for non-Whites than in any of the non-White countries, too.