#black lives matter...

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imei2012

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Events in the recent months concerning police brutality involving white cops and unarmed black people leaves alot to be desired about the land of opportunities. There is a video that doing rounds on facebook am sure you guyz have seen it ( i would have attached it but dont know how to do it with a phone) about how police broke up a black teenage girl's pool
Party in a posh neighbourhood in texas. No human being deserves to be treated like that especially teenagers who are unarmed, there only mistake was playing loud music and of course being black.
For a country that claims to be the super power their police need to do better than that. I agree that the relationship between blacks and
Whites has not been exactly rosy but white police using there position to harass and kill black people is sad. Obama should be ashamed.
Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere
 
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Okiya said:
Racism is everywhere. Ata hapa Kenya iko.
Extremely hard for me meet a muhindi (who are notorious for it here in kenya)...so we really don't experience racism as such! Lakini kama unafanyia kazi an Indian... Eeh pole boss
 

Ice_Cube

Village Chief
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Just seen that footage on CNN of the cop in Texas breaking up a black teenagers' pool party with a gun in the process throwing young girls on the ground with so much force you would think he is dispersing a prison riot
 

123tokambio

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Sad that it happens to innocent civilians but pia you can't tetea some of this nieggarz. They can be violent and rude. Hata nikiwa karao huko nanyorosha Tu.
 

WuTang

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Some Kenyans are also racists too. My toddler happens to be of mixed race and when I walk with him in Kenya we get a lot of racists remarks and that doesn't happen wherever we live abroad . Anyone can choose to be a racist...
Babake ni mzungu?
 
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Some Kenyans are also racists too. My toddler happens to be of mixed race and when I walk with him in Kenya we get a lot of racists remarks and that doesn't happen wherever we live abroad . Anyone can choose to be a racist...
Prolly coz we "know" the sheboons that get hitched to odieros - the macasablanca types.

Whenever I meet a black bish/odiero couple in town with their mixed shudren, I normally smile silently and think, odiero, did you check the 'odometre' first?
 
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