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Real Asian babe on the right. Represent, represent!

atane:

A police officer in Baton Rouge resigned Thursday after a local news channel revealed that he sent text messages in which he wished that fellow officers “would pull a Ferguson” on a “bunch of monkeys,” The Advocatereports.

Fifteen-year-veteran Michael Elsbury resigned on Thursday after text messages he sent to a female friend were brought to the attention of his superiors. In one message, Officer Elsbury — whose patrol included the area around the historically black Southern University — wrote that blacks are “nothing but a bunch of monkeys,” and that the “only reason they have this job is the nigger, nigger in them.” It is unclear what “job” he is referring to.

In another text, he wrote that “I wish someone would pull a Ferguson on them and take them out. I hate looking at those African monkeys at work…I enjoy arresting those thugs with their saggy pants.”

After WBRZ reported on the text messages, the female friend turned her phone over to police, who spent two days combing through it in order to authenticate the messages. At 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday night, the Baton Rouge Police Department had collected enough evidence to place Officer Elsbury on administrative leave.

On Thursday afternoon, he tendered his resignation.

Police Chief Carl Dabadie said that “it was gut-wrenching to believe that someone had that much hate in them, especially a police officer who is out there enforcing the law every day. It made me sick to my stomach.” Chief Dabadie said that he understands how an incident like this could “cast a bad light” on the entire department, but hopes the community can appreciate the alacrity with which the incident was handled.

“I believe this is an isolated incident that occurred between the officer and this girl,” he said. “I do not want this to become a direct reflection on our officers. I have 650 officers, and 649 of them work their butts off every day for the city of Baton Rouge.”

Some will still believe that cops like these are isolated cases.

If one bad apple spoils the whole bunch, what do multiple bad cops do?

Kill black and brown people. Fuck the police.

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Okay, once again. Presenting dickhands.

I am awake now.

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Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong) cultureunseen:

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Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong) cultureunseen:

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Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong) cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong) cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong) cultureunseen:

Samuel Leroy JacksonDecember 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

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Samuel Leroy Jackson

December 21, 1948 (65 years strong)

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“I’ll be honest with you. I hate war in all its forms: physical, psychological, spiritual, emotional, environmental. I hate war, and I hate having to struggle…I wish I had been born into a world where it’s unnecessary. This context of struggle and being a warrior and being a struggler has been forced on me by oppression. Otherwise I would be a sculptor, or a gardener, a carpenter…I would be free to be so much more. I guess part of me or a part of who I am, a part of what I do is being a warrior, a reluctant warrior, a reluctant struggler. But I do it because I’m committed to life. We can’t avoid it, we can’t run away from it, because to do that is to be cowardice. To do that is to be subservient to devils, subservient to evil. And so that the only way to live on this planet with any human dignity at the moment is to struggle.”
— Assata Shakur (via nuanced-subversion)

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San Francisco Police Department

…that just LOOKS wrong but what is it?

I had to unfollow another female for booty pics.

If I wanna see rando booty pics all day I will go to Facebook.

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Ok, well the age thing is on the video so you do have to log into YouTube. I am sorry but I am too tired to go look it up right now. This video kinda upset me. And no one got shot.

aravenhairedmaiden:

hapanstance:

aravenhairedmaiden:

hapanstance:

I need someone to explain this totem pole to me. The demographics of cities all over America are different and does this affect the totem pole?

I’ll break this down for you: Demographics have nothing to do with this. But the aversion to blackness does. 
I know more anti black non black poc than racist white people. White supremacy is strong as fuck.

So…then you’re saying the darker you are the lower you are on the totem pole? Or the blacker you are? I do not understand how aversion to blackness creates a totem pole where people are stacked on each other. You didn’t explain and I’m seeing this statement more and more, I am trying to understand what folks are talking about.

This isn’t about colorism it’s about the effects of white supremacy on us. 
The totem pole isn’t literal. I don’t even understanding why you refer to the system as stacking that’s quite irrelevant to what I’m saying.
Black people are at the bottom of society. It’s a different type of hatred; wrongs committed against us are almost always justified and they’ll be plenty of anti black poc lining up to co sign it. 
You don’t have to believe me. I’ve been black my whole life so I agree with the OP.. That’s all I’m going to say.

A pole is made of wood and carved animals are stacked on top of one another which is what a totem pole is.  So when people use totem pole figuratively I assume this to mean people are stacked, like white men on the very top and people falling below them.  I asked about the totem pole.  That’s all I asked about.And you didn’t breakdown what I asked as you stated you would in your first reply.I apologize if you are offended by my question.  It’s seems you were responding to me for some other reason rather than actually trying to communicate with me.

aravenhairedmaiden:

hapanstance:

aravenhairedmaiden:

hapanstance:

I need someone to explain this totem pole to me. The demographics of cities all over America are different and does this affect the totem pole?

I’ll break this down for you: Demographics have nothing to do with this. But the aversion to blackness does. 

I know more anti black non black poc than racist white people. White supremacy is strong as fuck.

So…then you’re saying the darker you are the lower you are on the totem pole? Or the blacker you are? I do not understand how aversion to blackness creates a totem pole where people are stacked on each other. You didn’t explain and I’m seeing this statement more and more, I am trying to understand what folks are talking about.

This isn’t about colorism it’s about the effects of white supremacy on us. 

The totem pole isn’t literal. I don’t even understanding why you refer to the system as stacking that’s quite irrelevant to what I’m saying.

Black people are at the bottom of society. It’s a different type of hatred; wrongs committed against us are almost always justified and they’ll be plenty of anti black poc lining up to co sign it. 

You don’t have to believe me. I’ve been black my whole life so I agree with the OP.. That’s all I’m going to say.

A pole is made of wood and carved animals are stacked on top of one another which is what a totem pole is.
So when people use totem pole figuratively I assume this to mean people are stacked, like white men on the very top and people falling below them.

I asked about the totem pole. That’s all I asked about.

And you didn’t breakdown what I asked as you stated you would in your first reply.

I apologize if you are offended by my question. It’s seems you were responding to me for some other reason rather than actually trying to communicate with me.