DOMESTIC TERRORISM IN DALLAS TEXAS

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The Dallas Texas Massacre needs to be categorized as an act of domestic terrorism.

In the apartment of 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson, the only identified shooter, police found bomb-making materials, which means he was planning an attack before two American African men were shot by police officers earlier in the week in Louisiana and Minnesota.

Hillary Clinton may opine, ‘what difference does it make what you call it?’

It matters.

What happened in Dallas Texas is part of a broader world wide war on police officers and law enforcement.

What happened in Dallas Texas was an act of domestic terrorism.

Recent events served only to speed up the shooter’s plan, in that police officers would be congregating with the protestors, making them an easier target.






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Proud to be an American? Yes I am.

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Sure we’ve got our issues, especially being such a new country – only two hundred and forty-three years old. We have lots of areas we can improve on, in fact in every area, and we as a people strive to do that.

We’ve come a long way in only 243 years, especially compared to those countries who have been around for thousands of years, places where women still can’t drive a car or show their hair in public or don’t have running water or electricity, or places where they hang people for being gay or places that stone people to death or set people on fire or conduct widespread amputations as punishment or spiritual practices, those areas that for whatever reason didn’t advance. They didn’t become better for everyone, only a few.

We didn’t have privilege. We all came with nothing into the wilderness and look what was built?

It’s…

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BLT PROTESTS = ORGANIZED VIOLENCE

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Black Lives get it wrong again. They use hate speech against white people that they don’t even know. They judge their thoughts by the whiteness of their skin. Calling a white person a white supremacist is like calling a black person a nigger. It’s hate speech and it is not helpful. Yet I defend a person’s right to say both. Just don’t get on your high horse the next time somebody calls you a slave. Slave owner speech is just as bad.

In fact, I’m wondering why you keep wanting to attach the slave label to yourselves. You use that nigger word a lot. One might think that changing your own language might go further in raising your own self-esteem, instead of expecting white people to do it for you. Now that’s a slave mentality – expecting white people to give you what you need and/or want.

Screaming is violence…

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