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This is not a race problem, this is an American problem? (Video)

It is both. America seems to be turning into a police state which is a concern to all, but it has pretty much always been a police state for black folk in the US and they have rightly had enough. I think to dismiss the racial issue does an injustice to the suffering of the black population at the hands of a brutal oppressive slavery based system for hundreds of years…

A system that is spreading across the country and invading all race, color, creed and nationality of the American populace…

protestI watched for almost two hours Saturday and saw a very varied selection of different people. I also saw what irritates me and that is other groups such as gay rights and such invading the situation to express their issues, as they see them. This solidarity makes the whole idea weak…

Therefore, until we gather together and all stand for the same thing, we will never get anywhere, but I promise you that politicians are behind closed doors today and they are very worried about what happened this weekend. Even if the Mainstream Media (MSM) tried to cover it all up…

RT ran full coverage and showed who was marching and how many there was. Just in New York alone, there were hundreds of thousands and it was really cool. I would have liked to have been there for this march…

The American people who were out looked good, they were not fat and they were peaceful. I told Sveta, “Until we get the majority of the populace, that is fat out on the streets, nothing will change…”

This is a racial issue and at the same time it is a police state issue. It is just sad that it takes “uncalled for attacks of death” by police (protected by state operations) against black and white people, and all other people, to start instigating this type of response. We should have been out in the streets long ago, to express what is wrong with America…

There is lots wrong with America and Saturday was a good start, now keep it going..

I was actually proud of what I saw…


Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


  1. kKeeton Post author | December 15, 2014

    Russian Foreign Ministry’s Human Rights Ombudsman claimed that US Administration’s inaction toward protests against racial discrimination highlight systemic problems in the human rights sphere.

    MOSCOW, December 14 (Sputnik) – The US Administration’s inaction toward protests against racial discrimination highlight systemic problems in the human rights sphere, Russian Foreign Ministry’s Human Rights Ombudsman Konstantin Dolgov wrote on his Twitter account Sunday.

    “The protests and [US] Administration’s inaction make more obvious systemic problems in the field of human rights and rule of law in the United States,” Dolgov said.

    Amid protests gripping dozens of US cities over the systemic racism present in US law enforcement, US politicians have collectively offered a rather muted response to demands for civil rights reform.

    Konstantin Dolgov has already pointed out to gross violations of human rights by US authorities. On Thursday, Dolgov noted that disclosed torture practices by CIA agents confirmed that human rights violations in the United States were of systematic character.

    The wave of protests against racial inequality erupted across the United States after a chain of incidents involving uncharged killings of African-Americans by white police officers. The incidents have caused massive public outcry in the United States, with thousands of people marching in New York and Washington in protest against police brutality.

  2. Moi December 16, 2014

    pot on again, my brother…

  3. Moi December 16, 2014

    Blasted “S” key didn’t engage again…I really need a new PC

    it should read Spot on again,..

  4. kKeeton Post author | December 16, 2014


  5. kKeeton Post author | December 16, 2014

    I thought you meant to smoke another one… 🙂

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