|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] I'm sure it's a coincidence, part n+1
|On Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 05:11:49PM -0800, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
> > No, I'm in favor of systematic enforcement of the law in my reaction to
> > generations of deadly violence that emulated from Black communities
> This contradicts your praise for a scofflaw ex-mayor some of whose
> repeated abuses I've already listed in detail. Or is corruption and
> thuggery rendered OK if it occurs in a high enough office?
You haven't listed anything in detail because everyone knows you are
wrong so nobody is listening.
I mean really, your being an idiot. Your comparing the violence in NYC
to some school yard bullying is moronic. You don't can about peoples
lives at all.
Your purposely forgetting how dangerous NYC was, and how violent the
black community was at that time. It was a fucking blood bath all over
the streets, fueled by bigotry by blacks. Denial of this just means
your living in an alternate universe.
I'm done with this conversation. First you claimed that Islamic
violence is comparable to acts of the unibomber (why not Patty Herst),
and now your making believe that the violence in black neighborhoods was
like a school yard fight, and the effort to turn NYC around is like
Your just being an idiot.
Be happy with your fantasy in your lilly white neighborhood, because you
sure as hell are never getting your hands dirty with the real work and
consequences of initerracial tensions.
I've sure if you were attacked 20 times a year in your neighborhood you
would move and change your mind. They would love to drag some women
behind your redwood and share her with their friends at gun point.
> _Or_, do you consider anything that beats up people you generically hold
> a grudge against -- even people who merely _look_ like some you say
> committed 'deadly violence' -- to be inherently 'the law' because you
> wish it _were_ the law, even though it's very much not the law at all?
> That's not law, that's just the way schoolyard bullies and fans Latin
> American dictators ratinalise: liking a lawless thug because you think
> he's _your_ lawless thug.
> I also notice once again that you're completely ignoring the 'hero'
> taking donation money from terrorists. OK, then.
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