Man Tased By Police While Picking Up His Kids Says “The Problem Is I’m Black’

This is the outrageousness of our current reality. Cops act more threatening than gang members. The caucasian male cop that came in at the end and really started the rucus should have some harsh consequences against him, he should not have any weapons and should be turned into a low paid paper pusher, without the chance of promotion, so that he is forced to quit his job.

That cop is the real criminal here.

If that officer had attempted to do any of that while off duty, he probably would have been arrested for disturbing the peace and aggravated assault.

Man Tased By Police While Picking Up His Kids Says “The Problem Is I’m Black’ | Complex.


Michael Jackson Birthday Mix by DJ JayCee Okayplayer

Long Live The King Tracklist

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1. Intro: Madonna Speaks

2. SHOW You The Way To Go

3. Blame It On The Boogie

4. Shake Your Body Down To The Ground

5. The Love You Save

6. Dancing Machine (Big Trudy’s Domecracker Dub)

7. Rock With You (Jean Claude Stripped Down Mix)

8. Everybody

9. Love Never Felt So Good (Jaycee’s ColliPark Mix)

10. Billie Jean

11. Bad

12. Off The Wall

13. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin

14. Can You Feel It

15. State Of Shock

16. P.Y.T.

17. Dirty Diana

18. Day & Night Filtered Scratch Break

19. Workin’ Day & Night

20. You Can’t Win

21. Never Can Say Goodbye (Jaycee’s Stripped “Clean” Mix)

22. Got To Be There

23. They Don’t Really Care About Us In Ferguson

24. Man In The Mirror

25. I Can’t Help It feat. Beyonce

26. Remember The Time (the EARGASMIC re-fixx)

27. Outro: Madonna Speaks

Michael Jackson Birthday Mix by DJ JayCee Okayplayer.

Music, Revolution

Dead Prez – Walk like a Warrior

Me so you see fifty niggaz in all black fatigues
My regime runnin down your street
At the end of the block, we got the god damn cops
And they hope we sink, tell me what you see
I see (bang) buildings burning, motherfuckers trippin for a goddman purpose
The police is nervous, cuz we done observed ’em
Now niggaz is thinking about murder
We ain’t talking, no more, and we ain’t squashin shit with po-po
And we ain’t marchin in the middle of the goddamn road
Cuz MIKE BROWN got smoked
Niggaz ready for war, so get the fuck up, we fixin to set the city to fire
This time when we ride we burnin it down, turn this shit ’round
Keep your justice, your peace
And keep blazin the heat, and that there crooked officer
We won’t stop blazin til they coughin up blood
Wanna slang my baseball cap to the back and get busy, nigga
You say you a soldier, well get over here nigga we under attack

via Dead Prez-Walk like a Warrior – YouTube.


America Is a War Zone where the People Are the Enemy

You see, what Americans have failed to comprehend, living as they do in a TV-induced, drug-like haze of fabricated realities, narcissistic denial, and partisan politics, is that we’ve not only brought the military equipment used in Iraq and Afghanistan home to be used against the American people. We’ve also brought the very spirit of the war home.

This is what it feels like to be a conquered people. This is what it feels like to be an occupied nation. This is what it feels like to live in fear of armed men crashing through your door in the middle of the night, or to be accused of doing something you never even knew was a crime, or to be watched all the time, your movements tracked, your motives questioned. This is what it’s like to be a citizen of the American police state. This is what it’s like to be an enemy combatant in your own country.

So if you don’t want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, by all means, stand down. Cower in the face of the police, turn your eyes away from injustice, find any excuse to suggest that the so-called victims of the police state deserved what they got.

But remember, when that rifle finally gets pointed in your direction—and it will—when there’s no one left to stand up for you or speak up for you, remember that you were warned.
It works the same in every age. Martin Niemoller understood this. A German pastor who openly opposed Hitler and spent the last seven years of Nazi rule in a concentration camp, Niemoller warned:

“First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.”