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America or Australia: #AllLivesMatter

3 June 2020

7:15 PM

3 June 2020

7:15 PM

To anyone who thinks that the recent race riots in the US is about racial justice and not police brutality then watch the following video:

To anyone who thinks everyone isn’t appalled by the death of George Floyd, we all are. We all want to see justice being served and everyone hates racism. There will never be a place for racism. We do not yet know if the cop was racially motivated, but either way he has lost his job and will be tried under the full weight of the law accordingly, I am thankful we are going to see Justice for this terrible act of police brutality.   


To anyone who thinks all—or even majority of—cops are racist against all blacks, then read the study on proportionate police violence and brutality between races by Roland Fryer, an African American Professor of Economics and Sociology at Harvard University 

To anyone who thinks that the breakdown of the family unit hasn’t had a devastating effect on the black community, then watch this interview with African American Professor Larry Elder who also explains why whites are more likely to be shot for the same crimes here  

To anyone who thinks that bailing out criminals and rioters from jail who have recently committed acts of violence and looting is a good thing, then you need to know that encouraging crime perpetuates it. As can be seen, here, here and here  

To anyone who thinks that #AllLivesDontMatter, then go back and read the inalienable rights of the constitution and especially the Bible, which should spur us to help those in disadvantage situations and not apologise for being a certain skin colour. In particular, see African American—and former Marxist—Thomas Sowell’s “Disparities and their Causes” and “Intellectuals and Society” if you want to understand cultural differences between people groups and the responsibility of the individual.

To anyone who thinks America is systemically racist, just remember they elected a black president — twice! 

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