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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboChris View Post
    No chance of Chauvin being found not guilty but the others may walk. Will there be uprising?
    The rookies most definitely will walk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by japeape View Post
    So much fakery! (is that a word?)

    Even the beloved "Wall of Moms" was dealing in shenanigans....

    https://www.pdxmonthly.com/news-and-...-protest-group
    Manufacturing these groups is old hat for the far left. This, BLM, Occupy, all the way to Sharpton/Tawana Brawley and beyond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by japeape View Post
    This was the RS article i was referencing:

    HE SHOOK THE WORLD!

    What an impact this man had on his community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboChris View Post
    No chance of Chauvin being found not guilty but the others may walk. Will there be uprising?
    he may be found guilty, but not as guilty as some folks will like...
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    Going to be interesting to see how it plays out. I mean I do think he murdered the guy but also know Floyd wasn't reciting poetry during when they arrested him. I wonder whatever happens could be similar to the Boston massacre trial. I mean John Adams defended the British soldiers and got them off. However the anger helped create a revolution.

    The law is the law and it shouldn't be changed to emotion. That said I think anything short of 1st degree murder will likely result in more peaceful bonfires

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLE DRUMMER View Post
    If anything, his heart was too big.

    Like RS said: HE SHOOK THE WORLD WITH HIS LIGHT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by japeape View Post
    If anything, his heart was too big.
    Are you speaking of an enlarged heart due to drug use?

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    'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled in Oregon, compared to 'Gone with the Wind'

    'There's nothing entertaining about the presence of police in schools,' an author wrote

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    The NW Film Center canceled an Aug. 6 outdoor screening of the 1990 movie "Kindergarten Cop," starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, after it was excoriated on Twitter for glorifying the traumatization of children by police and compared to "Birth of a Nation" and "Gone with the Wind."

    The film had been planned to serve as the kick-off event for a "Cinema Unbound" summer drive-in movie series at Zidell Yards, according to Willamette Week.

    The movie stars Schwarzenegger as a detective who goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher in order to root out a drug dealer whose child may be one of the students in the class. It was filmed in Astoria, Ore., and turns 30 in December of this year.

    The NWFC chose it "for its importance in Oregon filmmaking history," according to a press release. However, their stance quickly changed following a Saturday tweetstorm by left-leaning Portland author Lois Leveen.

    Leveen went on a Twitter rant six tweets long about how the film is exploitative and has no comedic or redeeming qualities. She also referenced a "school-to-prison" pipeline and claimed the police frequently arrest American children and throw them in jail.

    "What's so funny about School-to-Prison pipeline? Kindergarten Cop-Out: Tell @nwfilmcenterthere’s nothing fun in cops traumatizing kids. National reckoning on overpolicing is a weird time to revive Kindergarten Cop. IRL, we are trying to end school-to-prison pipeline," she began. "There’s nothing entertaining about the presence of police in schools, which feeds the “school-to-prison” pipeline in which African American, Latinx, and other kids of color are criminalized rather than educated."


    Leveen added, "5- and 6-year-olds are handcuffed and hauled off to jail routinely in this country. And this criminalizing of children increases dramatically when cops are assigned to work in schools."

    She then compared the movie to "Gone with the Wind" and "Birth of a Nation," claiming it to be inappropriate for families.

    "Yes, KINDERGARTEN COP is only a movie. So are BIRTH OF A NATION and GONE WITH THE WIND, but we recognize films like those are not 'good family fun,'" she continued. "They are relics of how pop culture feeds racist assumptions. KINDERGARTEN COP romanticizes over-policing in the U.S."

    NWFC said the tweets had nothing to do with the cancellation and instead credited "overwhelming demand" and discussions with its "staff and community members" for the change. However, their statement on Twitter was a direct reply to Leveen's thread.

    They will instead show the second screening of "Good Trouble," the new documentary about the late Rep. John Lewis, who died last month.

    Leveen reacted to the statement with disdain and said the NWFC should have admitted to making a blunder and apologized for it.

    "I think what you meant to type was, 'Yes, we made a grave error in not realizing the implicit racism in that programming decision. We apologize and are rethinking who makes our programming decisions hereafter,'" she tweeted. "How deep a white normativity hole will @nwfilmcenter keep digging?"

    This news comes following a public backlash against HBO Max after it removed "Gone with the Wind" from its platform in June. The network was forced to reinstate the cinema classic but included additional content, meant to contextualize the movie, in the form of two recorded conversations.

    In one video, film scholar and Turner Classic Movies (TCM) host Jacqueline Stewart discusses the importance of the 1939 film – which she calls “one of most enduringly popular films of all time" – being seen in its original form.


    The film also now contains a second extra feature: a panel discussion about the film from the 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival called “The Complicated Legacy of ‘Gone With the Wind,'” which is moderated by author and historian Donald Bogle.

    Black filmmaker Spike Lee spoke out against efforts to ban the Civil War epic and said he has shown "Birth of a Nation" to his film students at NYU.

    "I think that that should be seen," he explained. "I think that one of the most racist films ever, D.W. Griffith's 'Birth of a Nation,' should be seen. I show that film in my class. I’m a tenured professor at NYU ... I show 'Birth of a Nation.'"

    This news also comes about one month after California Democrats in Orange County demanded that the county’s John Wayne Airport be renamed and all likenesses of Wayne be removed from the airport, due to “racist and bigoted statements” made by the American icon decades ago.

    “The Democratic Party of Orange County condemns John Wayne’s racist and bigoted statements, and calls for John Wayne's name and likeness to be removed from the Orange County airport, and calls on the OC Board of Supervisors to restore its original name: Orange County Airport,” the resolution stated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynboy68 View Post
    [B] 'Kindergarten Cop' screening canceled in Oregon, compared to 'Gone with the Wind'

    'There's nothing entertaining about the presence of police in schools,' an author wrote

    (snip)
    Hopefully it was replaced by the double bill of Blazing Saddles and Tropic Thunder.

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    WALSH: George Floyd Body Cam Footage Is Out. The Story Is Far More Complicated Than Media Led Us To Believe.

    Two months after footage of George Floyd’s death went viral, sparking an epidemic of rioting and violence that killed dozens of people and caused untold damage to countless communities across the country, body cam footage of the incident has finally been made available. Published by the Daily Mail after being leaked to the outlet, the additional video lends crucial context to the fatal encounter between Floyd and Officer Derek Chauvin, and gives insight into the states of mind of both men.

    Given that this tragic episode and the reaction to it has been the most significant story in the country for two months, and one of the most significant of the past decade, you might think that the media would treat the new evidence as a rather big story. But so far the opposite has been the case. The news media, for the most part, has had a noticeably muted reaction to the footage. One might say suspiciously muted. Perhaps that’s because the story the new footage tells is, at the very least, far more complicated than the one the media and activists have been screaming into our ears since May. That story, with which we are all extremely familiar, is that George Floyd was a compliant and peaceful man who was strangled to death by a racist, anti-black, sociopathic cop. It was straightforward, we were told. Quite literally black and white. And the only opinion one can really have about it is the kind of opinion that is easily expressed on a protest sign.

    Of course we’ve known from the beginning that some of this was, to put it gently, not quite accurate. However Floyd was or wasn’t acting on the day of his death, it strains credulity to use a word like “peaceful” to describe a man who once forced his way into a woman’s home and robbed her at gunpoint in front of her child. As for the racism claim, there was perhaps no evidence to disprove it, but neither was any evidence ever presented to support it. It is merely assumed that any white police officer who kills a black suspect no matter the circumstances is motivated, at some level, by racism. Some of them may be so motivated, but the burden of proof is on those who make the claim. Yet those who make the claim rarely acknowledge that there is any burden to meet, much less make any honest attempt to meet it.

    Also, anyone following the story has known for sometime that, according to the medical examiner’s report, Floyd was not strangled to death and did not die from asphyxiation as the media had so confidently declared in the immediate aftermath. It was found that Floyd — who had a pre-existing heart condition and three illicit drugs in his system, including fentanyl, which is 50 times more potent than morphine and known to cause respiratory distress — died of “cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdual, restrain, and neck compression.” A medical examination performed by an examiner hired by Floyd’s family contradicted those findings, claiming that Floyd did in fact die of asphyxiation.

    That was the status of things prior to this week’s developments: we had a disturbing video without prior context, a bunch of assumptions, and not much more. And those assumptions were considered reason enough to burn our cities. The new footage does not necessarily clarify things — in fact, it does the opposite, adding complications and nuances to an issue that was once assumed to be utterly straightforward.

    The body cameras worn by officers Alex Kueng and Thomas Lane, the first two cops on the scene, show Floyd agitated and uncooperative from the first moment that officers arrive in response to a call from a business owner who accused Floyd of trying to pass off counterfeit bills. Floyd is in his car when law enforcement first shows up. One of the officers draws his weapon because Floyd is initially hesitant to show his hands. Once Floyd places his hands on his head, the gun is holstered. After much coaxing, he is eventually removed from his car and taken over to the police cruiser.

    Floyd appears to have trouble walking on his way over to the police car. He shouts “ow” and seems to be in pain even though he is only being grabbed by the arm. Once at the vehicle, he repeatedly refuses to get inside, saying that he’s “claustrophobic,” though he’d just been sitting in his own car without any apparent difficulty (on the contrary he was extremely reluctant to get out of his own vehicle). At one point, as officers try to convince him to get in the car, Floyd says he’d rather lay on the ground. He also says several times that he’s “going to die” and that he can’t breathe — all before he was on the ground. He ends up on the ground because he either falls or pushes himself out of the other side of the police cruiser as officers struggle to get him inside. From that point, the scene unfolds as we all saw on the initial video two months ago.

    As previously stated, none of this conclusively exonerates the officers of any and all wrongdoing, but it does establish a few facts that might mitigate their culpability:

    1. George Floyd was not fully cooperative and clearly intoxicated.

    2. The officers were calm and reasonable for most of the interaction.

    3. George Floyd claimed that he couldn’t breathe and was going to die well before he had a knee on his neck.

    4. The officers never did or said a single thing that any reasonable person could construe as racist.

    Point three in particular warrants further consideration. Floyd said he was too claustrophobic to get in the police car and that he might die and couldn’t breathe, even though he’d just been sitting in a car. He was screaming out in pain even though the officers at that point weren’t doing anything that could have caused him physical harm. We should note that he also said his mom just died even though she’d been dead for two years. The officers wouldn’t have known that latter detail, but the point is that cops hear nonsense like this from suspects all day, every day. This can create a “boy who cried wolf” situation where it’s harder to tell when a suspect is actually in distress. When Floyd was on the ground saying he was going to die, it was no different from what he was saying while he was standing, or what he was saying in the car. These facts may not be exculpatory but they certainly are relevant.

    The narrative, as it was originally presented, does not take any of these details into account. It demands that we see the event as nothing more or less than a wanton act of random cruelty, with nothing precipitating it and with not even an ounce of blame or responsibility to be shared by Floyd himself. In reality, Floyd may still be the victim of some degree of negligence, but it seems that the murder charge will be difficult to prove. The truth just isn’t that simple. It rarely is. And that’s a lesson we would all do well to remember for the future.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/georg...wn-n_hpkTPo99k
    What video is this person watching? He’s clearly terrified. And panicked. But why would anyone think he is dangerous based upon this? There is a gun pointed at his head right away.

    He doesn’t attempt to leave. He’s told not to resist, yet there’s no indication, here, that he is resisting.

    The cops are clearly the aggressors. Eliminate the context and you’d think this was a carjacking. That’s not how we need them to act based upon what was happening at the time.

    And this is why the abandonment of deescalation training—even Trump’s EO calls for more of it—is a problem. There’s nothing here that explains why the police needed to be so aggressive.

    Every step of the way. Floyd’s alleged crime wasn’t violent. His reactions weren’t violent. Yet every escalation here is by police, not him. In a vacuum, t’s a good thing these officers were fired.

    That’s not to say it’s entirely their fault. If this is how they are trained to react, and I’d guess it is, then that’s a larger problem.


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    Hopefully it was replaced by the double bill of Blazing Saddles and Tropic Thunder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwood P. View Post
    Or a musical. Perhaps The Blues Brothers.
    Well if any movie shows why police need to be defunded its that film. Think of how much money it cost the city of Chicago to replace those police cars? Dangerous and reckless driving in the city and suburbs? The show of force at the concert? Mind you an African American was leading the fight but he was a racist despite his skin color. God that is such a great film.

    Seriously somebody needs to make a game show. Its kind of like a Clockwork Orange meets Alone. You strap three Liberals in chairs and force their eyes to be open. Then you play a variety of movies up on the big screen. Blazing Saddles, The Little Rascals, Gone with the Wind, Fat Albert, pretty much any QT Movie, South Park, etc Just keep on streaming it. The last person to tap out wins 100k which they can donate to their favorite charity.

 

 

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