I am not against these laws themselves. I stand by my second amendment rights. I would use it to blow holes into the sheets of any ku kluckers that set foot on my yard if I were in one of those "southern states" where "Non-white" males are "committing suicide by hanging themselves" from tree branches too high for them to reach, with no pedestals, tables, chairs, or benches, to stand on, anywhere in the vicinity of their bodies. No No, I am not against that. That would be self-defense. What I am against is a person who attempts to use such laws as an excuse to murder people who mean them no harm.
I cannot talk about these kinds of murders without saying that both of these young "Black" males could have easily ended up dead at the hands of other "Black" males, because "Black" males are killing other "Black" males at a rate that is much more higher than those who've been killed in "self-defense" by "White" people.
A few tips? Yes.
- Do not walk alone. Try to have someone with you at all times. Preferably with a female. Walking with a female makes you look less threatening.
- Attempt to dress outside of the stereotype. no baggy pants, no sagging, and no hoodies unless your in cold weather. Wear brighter clothes. "Suspicious" persons don't where bright clothes. They wear dark clothes, especially at night time, so that they can't be seen.
- If you're on foot and you have to be alone walking through an area, be on your cell phone talking with someone, so that they can be a witness, if anything happens. If you must do this try to use a bluetooth ( to keep your hands free), and stay alert to your surroundings.
- Keep your distance from other people's property (cars, yards, house, etc.)
- If it's night time, avoid walking in low light areas, if fact walk in the street against the traffic, so that you can see the cars coming in your direction.
- If there's a group of people in the street or in your path, don't walk through them. Walk around them.
- If someone is confrontational, do not hesitate to call the enforcement officials first. Beat the other person to it. A lot of Racist Suspect will be quick to call the enforcement officials when and sometimes before confronting a "non-white" person, so that they can appear like they were attempting to "do the right thing".
- Most of all if you were stealing and robbing. Stop stealing and Stop robbing. It is better to ask for what you need, than to take it.
I suspect that Mr. Horn was thinking about the value of his house and neighborhood going down if he'd of let them get away. Not to mention that he saw an opportunity. He was probably thinking
"woo weee doggie! ima kill me some niggers today!" and get away with it. He couldn't wait for that law to pass fast enough. Did you hear the excitement in his voice? Did you hear him mention that date that the law was passed? He was thinking about it from the beginning. I suspect that he was calling 911, just to be sure that it was okay. When he talks to the enforcement officials below, what he tells them is clearly different from what happened on the 911 call. Watch:
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