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Monday, March 26, 2018

“I'm raising my child gender-neutral, and what I've learned is: It's not enough.”

By “W”

[A mutual friend] just came across this. As she said, the mother should be prosecuted for child abuse and endangerment.

N.S.: Not only that, she’s (it’s?) more likely to get an award as “Mother Caregiver of the year.”

At Upworthy.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

What is called "liberalism" truly is a mental disorder. The screwed up mother is raising her child to have a lifetime of psychological problems and a higher risk of suicide. I feel very sorry for this child who, if IT had a decent mother would have had a chance of a life of love, happiness, and fulfillment as a real man or a real woman in a marriage with a person of the opposite sex. My wife and I just had dinner with a young married couple expecting their first child. It was wonderful to see the love these young people had for each other and the happiness at expecting their first child was so obvious. This "liberal" mother is truly an agent of evil who is destroying her child's chances of future happiness.

Anonymous said...

Grand Rapids police are going to give in to black pressure and change their procedures toward (black)youths in suspicious situations.This will be announced Tuesday and came after NAACP pressure from two incidents in the last year or so.In my opinion,local media (WOODTV especially)pounded on police daily,suggesting racism during the two incidents.
One was an 11 year old black girl handcuffed in her backyard as police looked for her white mother as a suspect in a stabbing at their house.The other confrontation with black youths was after a report of a gang of 50 blacks walking around with a couple guns, traveling down Division st (a main ghetto area).When police arrived,that gang had disappeared,but a few other black kids (11-15 years old)were nearby and stopped by the cops.The cops pulled their guns and told the 5 blacks to lie down on the ground until they could be searched for weapons.This was captured on police-cam and repeatedly shown on local news.
Police chief David Rahinsky was attacked for the procedures,which he said were not in violation of GR police policy.In fact,the officers were not reprimanded(and shouldn't have been).
I have no idea what they will come up with,but I'm already waiting for the first time police relax with a teen black,resulting in a police fatality.Black thugs are getting younger and younger.
And one more thing.This is not a policy change for all youths,as it's being publicized,it's just blacks that are going to be specially handled.I haven't seen a problem with white kids in this city in memory.
More coddling of the blacks.
I was going to post the WOOD story about this,by Joe LaFurgey,but the saccharine level is so disgustingly high and sympathetic to the blacks,I decided not to waste anyone's time,having to read it.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

In case you missed it...
Baton Rouge police officers won’t be charged in fatal shooting of Alton Sterling
By Mark Berman and Wesley Lowery March 27 at 12:20 PM Email the author

Photos of Alton Sterling, along with flowers and mementos, at a makeshift memorial in front of the Triple S Food Mart in Baton Rouge, after his death in July 2016. (Gerald Herbert/AP)
Authorities in Louisiana said Tuesday that the Baton Rouge police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling will not face criminal charges, a decision announced nearly two years after his death prompted intense protests.

Sterling was killed in July 2016 by officers responding to a call about a man who had threatened someone with a gun. The Baton Rouge officers then encountered Sterling, 37, selling CDs outside of a convenience store, and fatally shot him during an encounter that lasted less than 90 seconds.

“This decision was not taken lightly,” Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said during a news briefing Tuesday morning. He added: “I know the Sterling family is hurting. I know that they may not agree with this decision.”


The Justice Department last year decided against bringing federal charges against officers Blane Salamoni and Howie Lake, concluding that there was “insufficient” evidence to prove that they violated Sterling’s civil rights. Federal law sets a very high bar for civil rights charges against officers, requiring that authorities prove an officer’s intent at the time of the shooting.


[ Sacramento simmers with tension in wake of fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark ]

Landry said the state could not proceed with a prosecution of either officer involved based on an extensive review of evidence gathered by federal authorities as well as his office’s own investigation.

During a 20-minute announcement detailing the decision, Landry said the investigation concluded that both officers “attempted to make a lawful arrest of Alton Sterling based upon probable cause.” He said the officers acted on the assumption that Sterling was armed while resisting the officers’ attempts to arrest him. After Sterling was shot, Lake found and removed a loaded .38 caliber handgun from Sterling’s right front pocket, according to Landry’s office.

Landry also said toxicology reports showed that Sterling had drugs in his system at the time of his death, which Landry linked to Sterling’s behavior during his encounter with police.

“It is reasonable that Mr. Sterling was under the influence and that contributed to his noncompliance,” said Landry, who did not take questions after announcing his decision.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Driving around today and WBBM radio in Chicago had a story the media loooves to tell now days.
"Heineken beer is pulling an ad that has been called racist by the black community.The ad showed a bartender sliding a Heineken beer past 3 blacks at a bar,into the hands of a white customer--with the punchline,'Sometimes lighter is better.'"(Referring to the beer).
Why?Chance the Rapper called it racist.Un-effen-believable.
Heineken offered an apology(and probably reparations to all blacks from coast to coast,along with a promise to only have blacks in their commercials until the end of time.You can almost hear Heineken say,"Yes Massa.").
--GR Anonymous