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Is USA becoming "red pilled"?

Is America becoming more conservative?

  • Yes

    Votes: 50 76.9%
  • No

    Votes: 15 23.1%

  • Total voters
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A bloke has to look after himself these days.

Simple things like following the Pence rule at work and refusing to be alone with females.

No, you just have to not be a creepy f**ker, or a bigot. To be reasonably self-aware and understand that what you meant, isn't the only way that actions or words can be interpreted. Particularly if you like to think of yourself as "plain spoken" or "says it like it is", maybe "likes a bit of banter" and think that other people are snowflakes if they don't laugh at your jokes; or that "we used to say these things in the 1970s/80s and no-one batted an eyelid".

Yes, there will be the occasion where I think "You know what? Time to make sure someone else is in the room" but that applies to blokes too...
 

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Does it matter? He's a professional, he knows that even if his force doesn't ban it, others do - and he knows that any bans are because the risk of accidental death is high (see: Eric Garner, or that US Special Forces bloke killed by his supposed "mates").

So carrying on a choke for two minutes after they go limp? That's a bit beyond "oh, it wasn't banned"



Did you read the bodycam transcripts? He started by apologising before they even put the cuffs on him; didn't resist; then he kept on saying "sorry" and trying to explain why he was doing what he did, and apologising for it... he was polite and apologetic until he died.



Blah blah, he's worse than Hitler and therefore we should invade Iraq.

Meanwhile the truly redpilled question or scenario would be what if the officer restraining Floyd had been a female.

All of a sudden she would have been stunning and brave.

"Hero woman cop subdues drug adict porn star in dramatic footage"

<1500 stunning and brave words>

The perpetrator died of natural causes during the encounter.
 
Does it matter? He's a professional, he knows that even if his force doesn't ban it, others do - and he knows that any bans are because the risk of accidental death is high (see: Eric Garner, or that US Special Forces bloke killed by his supposed "mates").

So carrying on a choke for two minutes after they go limp? That's a bit beyond "oh, it wasn't banned"
Of course it matters, would the British military not do something because another nation didnt? Or would they be expected to do what the law allowed them? What an absolute shit excuse to think that because other forces didnt ban it, he shouldnt use it. Its up to his bosses to ban it.



Did you read the bodycam transcripts? He started by apologising before they even put the cuffs on him; didn't resist; then he kept on saying "sorry" and trying to explain why he was doing what he did, and apologising for it... he was polite and apologetic until he died.


So? Have you ever met any criminals? Do you think they might try to blag you? Do you think that claims that you are claustrophobic and not wanting to get in the police car may be viewed as dubious
 
Of course it matters, would the British military not do something because another nation didnt? Or would they be expected to do what the law allowed them? What an absolute shit excuse to think that because other forces didnt ban it, he shouldnt use it. Its up to his bosses to ban it.

It's not "shouldn't use it" - I would try and choke people every week in ground work, and them try and choke me. But then, I know that it's dangerous, and I know when to tap/stop.

It's that "doing it for eight minutes" is iffy, and "carry on doing it for two minutes after they go limp" is just negligent.
 
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No, you just have to not be a creepy f**ker, or a bigot.

Cucks are rapey, and you are a cuck so....

"The online poll, conducted this year, found that 60 percent of managers who are men are uncomfortable participating in a common work activity with a woman, "such as mentoring, working alone, or socializing together.""


There have been plenty of others.

Did see a poll recently from the UK which was 27% followed the Pence rules... Though it is increasing rapidly as blokes become more self aware of the dangers.

It is just common sense, though as an added bonus feminists are now complaining that men avoid them!

Can't imagine why.... Bwahahahaha.

Thing is cucks think their virtue signalling nonsense protects them but the entire manosphere erupted in hilarity after Michael Kimmel was metoo'd. Don't think he was even charged but doubtless it still destroyed his career.

Professionalism alone dictates that you don't put yourself in a situation for which you have no defence, and with people like @Gravelbelly out there why take the risk for zero reward?
 
It's not "shouldn't use it" - I would try and choke people every week in ground work, and them try and choke me. But then, I know that it's dangerous, and I know when to tap/stop.

It's that "doing it for eight minutes" is iffy, and "carry on doing it for two minutes after they go limp" is just negligent.

I dont disagree the bloke is at fault, but if he had done it in the past and it was ok then he is likely to continue doing it, as it's obviously harmless...
How many times has something gone tits up in many walks of life only for it to be found to be widespread practise until it went tits up?
 
After reading that transcript I get the feeling that we are going to have another 'Trayvon Martin moment' in a few months when the jury get to see all of the evidence and not just the bits that the media have been reporting.
 
After reading that transcript I get the feeling that we are going to have another 'Trayvon Martin moment' in a few months when the jury get to see all of the evidence and not just the bits that the media have been reporting.

The 'Choke hold' didnt look like it alone would kill someone - Covid, Fentanyl, meth, weed coupled with heart disease, hypertension and sickle cell. On top of the stress of an Arrest and crap restraint killed him. Murder...no in my opinion. Negligent homicide or some variant is more appropriate.
 
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The 'Choke hold' didnt look like it alone would kill someone - Covid, Fentanyl, meth, weed coupled with heart disease, hypertension and sickle cell. On top of the strress of an Arrest and crap rerstraint killed him. Murder...no in my opinion. Negligent homicide or some variant is more appropriate.

I would say the knee on his neck had very little to do with it. Being face down for that long while cuffed can kill someone on it's own, the pressure being used to hold him down made that worse, his weight, health, drug use all made it worse again. Ground pinning someone for that long was madness, the fact that Cauvin didn't know that and the only cop at the scene to bring it up didn't seem sure what he was talking about doesn't say a lot for training standards at Minneapolis PD.
 
I would say the knee on his neck had very little to do with it. Being face down for that long while cuffed can kill someone on it's own, the pressure being used to hold him down made that worse, his weight, health, drug use all made it worse again. Ground pinning someone for that long was madness, the fact that Cauvin didn't know that and the only cop at the scene to bring it up didn't seem sure what he was talking about doesn't say a lot for training standards at Minneapolis PD.

I think two of the Cops present were rookies and only had a few days in - hard to blame them for not stepping in and correcting the veteran officer.
 
I think two of the Cops present were rookies and only had a few days in - hard to blame them for not stepping in and correcting the veteran officer.

One of them did try though, it was one of the brand new guys that suggested putting him on his side.
 
The 'Choke hold' didnt look like it alone would kill someone... On top of the stress of an Arrest and crap restraint killed him.

Perhaps - but a crap choke hold for eight minutes, can achieve as much as a really good choke hold in ten to fifteen seconds. Floyd kept saying that he couldn't breathe, and then he stopped responding. Finally, two minutes later, Chauvin stopped kneeling on his neck. It's the "two minutes" which seems the negligent part.

Interestingly, Floyd claimed he was just getting over a Covid-19 infection. And there's a German paper out which reveals that (rather terrifyingly) three-quarters of all middle-aged Covid-19 infections appear to result in damage to the heart, (i.e. not just the ones where people ended up in intensive care):

In this study of a cohort of German patients recently recovered from COVID-19 infection, CMR revealed cardiac involvement in 78 patients (78%) and ongoing myocardial inflammation in 60 patients (60%), independent of preexisting conditions, severity and overall course of the acute illness, and time from the original diagnosis. These findings indicate the need for ongoing investigation of the long-term cardiovascular consequences of COVID-19.
 

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One of the officer's bodycam footage has been leaked.


So he was resisting, was claiming to not be able to breathe whilst standing and breathing fine...

He ended up on the floor after darting out the other door when the rookie opened it.

Basically he's a whiney, lying, heap of girl flesh who cried wolf.... No wonder Chauvin didn't believe he couldn't breathe.

I can see why some are really upset about him. What a ******* cuck.

THIS is the left's new pop idol?

Jeez.....
 
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There are other options in US presidential elections.
Not really, none will get enough votes to even break 15% unless a GOP or DEM party nominee

Closest we came in modern times was Perot and he got 8%
 

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Apparently Jeff Bezo's ex bint just gave half a billion dollars to BLM on the basis of this...

Tee hee.
 
Perhaps - but a crap choke hold for eight minutes, can achieve as much as a really good choke hold in ten to fifteen seconds. Floyd kept saying that he couldn't breathe, and then he stopped responding. Finally, two minutes later, Chauvin stopped kneeling on his neck. It's the "two minutes" which seems the negligent part.

Interestingly, Floyd claimed he was just getting over a Covid-19 infection. And there's a German paper out which reveals that (rather terrifyingly) three-quarters of all middle-aged Covid-19 infections appear to result in damage to the heart, (i.e. not just the ones where people ended up in intensive care):

In this study of a cohort of German patients recently recovered from COVID-19 infection, CMR revealed cardiac involvement in 78 patients (78%) and ongoing myocardial inflammation in 60 patients (60%), independent of preexisting conditions, severity and overall course of the acute illness, and time from the original diagnosis. These findings indicate the need for ongoing investigation of the long-term cardiovascular consequences of COVID-19.

He also said he had been shot by a cop before, that he had just lost his mother and that his 'face was broken', none of which was true. I highly doubt his Covid story was true either.
 

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