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Neely Fuller Jr - Don't Waste Your Time Debating With White People. Eyewitnesses to Ferguson police shooting describe scene

Neely Fuller Jr - Don't Waste Your Time Debating With White People

PROOF WHY WE SHOULD NOT DEBATE WHITE PEOPLE AT BELOW LINK.


http://news.yahoo.com/video/eyewitnesses-ferguson-police-shooting-describe-022744735.html

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on March 14, 2015 at 12:26am

There are countless youtube videos that says, DON'T TALK TO COPS.

After watching this Hannity interview, Black Afrikans or whatever you call yourselves, DON'T TALK TO REPORTERS.

123 asked the question. Where are the black leaders?

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on March 14, 2015 at 12:25am

Jadire-How disrespectful. The interviewer was disgusting.
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walksbetween-So, how does anyone know it was a Black person who shot ? It might be a White nut trying make more problems. I live in Mo. and I know there are Nutball Whites.
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cheryl-That reporter in this video was very condescending and rude. I couldn't even watch the whole interview. It was embarrassing.
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123-Well, it wasn't an "ambush". That would imply that the shooter was within close proximity. The police statements are that the shots may have come from 100 to 150 yards away. That's more of a random shot into a crowd from far away than an ambush.

Having said that ..

Ferguson will have to be taken over under military rule because what never changes is that the people causing the problems feel they are entitled to because they are "disadvantaged", referring to their race, and their elders and mentors rarely ever speak up about this and in fact condone it and any black person that does speak up is put down.

Where are the black leaders?

East St.Louis area has always been a problem. White flight will finally be it's downfall and then the area will become blighted and abandoned like Detroit.

I've worked inside of the system. There is so much entitlement money and phony city jobs for NAACP members that are a big part of the reason for keeping the race card on the table that most people will never know about.

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Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on March 13, 2015 at 11:59pm

Eyewitnesses to Ferguson police shooting describe scene

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It pain me to watch and listen to the demeaning Hannity did to this brother. In addition unknowingly, the brother also demeaned himself just by entertaining Hannity.

Hannity putting words in the brother mind mouth.

I am forever gratefil for Chief Osiris Divine teaching. He taught us his students, to never debate for too much debating only feeds the profane ego, and Hannity is full of ego.

He taught his students to never go up against minds we have't been trained to dialogue with.

Who selected this brother to speak before the media?

Was he chosen to try to make our people look uneducated?

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