Anyone who condones the extra-judicial beating of Rodney King is f-ed in the head
With the recent death of Rodney King, the discussion of his beating by the LAPD has resurfaced. I've seen those who have let their negative feelings regarding blacks cloud their judgment of this case. I obviously find blacks, as a group, to be a disappointing lot, but by no stretch of the imagination do I think that it's wise to approve of unjustified police violence against an individual just because that individual's ancestry, and the beatin nog of Rodney King clearly was unjustified. I have absolutely no doubt that the liberal media did edit the tape in order to hide King's initial resisting of arrest, but one would have to be an absolute bottomfeeding retard to think that those four JBTs needed to club King that many times, for that long of a time interval when he was motionless on the ground, to get handcuffs on him. My personal opinion, that King was an all-too-typical dysgenic piece of trash from a population overflowing with individuals like him, is completely irrelevant to my belief in the rule of law and my certainty that giving a police state an inch there lets them take a mile over here.
I am a white man, and in this Age of Political Correctness, white men are at the bottom of the totem pole. If the police can beat a black man with impunity, then they certainly can (and have) beat white men with impunity. Political correctness is a ruthless, bullying ideology that sacrifices scientific truth on the altars of emotionalism and lust for power. Statism is also a ruthless, bullying ideology that is supported by pathetic sheep that leads to immense misery across society. My decision to staunchly oppose the former does not void my right to just as staunchly oppose the latter.
Last edited by Truthist; Jun 19 2012 at 06:27 PM.
"I'm inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa ... all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours –whereas all the testing says not really."
James Watson, Nobel Prize winner