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#ArrestDarrenWilson

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jackpowerx:

questionall:

Here is point that doesn’t get discussed enough by believers. The Abrahamic God of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam is supposed to be the creator of the universe, Earth, and every living being on the Earth, right?  So, why does every prophet, miracle, crucifixion, resurrection, and religious teaching take place in one small area in the Middle East?!? We know now that people lived all through Africa, Asia, and the Americas at the time… yet the divine teachings/prophets of the 3 major religions never visited those important creations of god? No writings about Elohim, Yaweh, Jehovah, Jesus, or Allah came from anywhere but that tiny region of the world during that tiny slice of human history?  Why do people around the world believe this crap? Why should anyone outside the Middle East give any credence to a god that pretended their ancestors didn’t exist? Maybe it’s because those religions were created in a regional manner by uneducated people that had no clue about world geography. No… god just really likes the dry, hot desert.  Giant universe. Massive planet. Lots of land and people… and god only visits goat herders and fisherman in the Middle East? And they wonder why atheists laugh at them?

If God is omnipresent, why was His message not given to every person on Earth simultaneously? Further, why would a God who saw fit not to spread His message beyond that circle condemn all non-believers (you know, the ones He didn’t introduce Himself to) to eternal damnation?

ethically-wrong:

mmmmbeefy96:

grandhowler:

Dude

holy shit. 

this is on a whole new level of patience

This is natural art.

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BREAKING: There are now 6 different witnesses to the Michael Brown murder. All six of them saw Michael Brown surrendering with his hands up, saying "Don't shoot." Then, Officer Darren Wilson murdered Michael Brown in cold blood.

fact-tory:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Here’s all of the eyewitness testimony, together in one post, for the first time ever. They further confirm that Michael Brown was murdered. The grand jury has a case against Officer Darren Wilson, if they choose to charge Wilson.

The original eyewitnesses and their…

ferguson, mike brown, michael brown

"Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature. Unaware that this Nature that he has been destroying is this God he’s worshiping."

- Hubert Reeves. Astrophysicist (via purplebuddhaproject)

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Federal investigators are focused on one Ferguson, Mo., police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager, but at least five other police officers and one former officer in the town’s 53-member department have been named in civil rights lawsuits alleging the use of excessive force.

In four federal lawsuits, including one that is on appeal, and more than a half-dozen investigations over the past decade, colleagues of Darren Wilson’s have separately contested a variety of allegations, including killing a mentally ill man with a Taser, pistol-whipping a child, choking and hog-tying a child and beating a man who was later charged with destroying city property because his blood spilled on officers’ clothes.

One officer has faced three internal affairs probes and two lawsuits over claims he violated civil rights and used excessive force while working at a previous police department in the mid-2000s. That department demoted him after finding credible evidence to support one of the complaints, and he subsequently was hired by the Ferguson force.

Police officials from outside Ferguson and plaintiffs’ lawyers say the nature of such cases suggests there is a systemic problem within the Ferguson police force. Department of Justice officials said they are considering a broader probe into whether there is a pattern of using excessive force that routinely violates people’s civil rights.

Counting Wilson, whose shooting of Michael Brown on Aug. 9 set off a firestorm of protests and a national debate on race and policing, about 13 percent of Ferguson’s officers have faced ­excessive-force investigations. Comparable national data on excessive force probes is not available. But the National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project, funded by the libertarian Cato Institute, estimated on the basis of 2010 data that about 1 percent of U.S. police officers — 9.8 out of every 1,000 — will be cited for or charged with misconduct. Half of those cases involve excessive force.

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- At least 6 Ferguson officers apart from Brown shooter have been named in lawsuits - The Washington Post (via dendroica)

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Anonymous asked: So, today this lady came up to my till, and asked: "do you guys hire AMERICAN-Americans, or only FOREIGN-Americans?" and I feel like that right there sums up what it's like to be POC born-in-America. If you're white, you're AMERICAN-American, but if you're not, you're a foreign-American. Otherwise known as 'you were born in this (MY) country but you're not like me so I refuse to acknowledge we're the same amount of American'.

weareallmixedup:

It’s funny that they think this land is theirs to begin with.

But yeah. That’s some colonial nonsense.

- Liz

thelovenotebook:

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