The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
Meet David Lopez Jackson, perpetrator of "racist" arson attacks on Ferguson area churches.
Man Arrested in Connection With St. Louis Church Fires
Note that Jackson's race is not mentioned in the story.
I googled his name and checked a few stories. Some identified him with a pic, others didn't. The SPLC even did.
Only white people are charged with "Hate Crimes!"What a bunch of Hoarse S&$t!!!
To me, all crime is a hate crime. I've never seen anyone break someone's nose or burn their house down because they loved them (except when used as a poor excuse in a domestic violence case). When I love someone, punching them in the face never seems to enter my mind. Only in "Opposite Day" Amerika do special circumstances warrant the Hate Crime label...So if I get caught beating the piss out of Mark Potock, it will be because I was deeply in love with him. That will be my story; and I'm stickin' with it...
Agree with the 3rd poster....There's no such thing as a hate crime b/c if their is, then the victim's lives are not equal in value in the eyes of the law. The penalty for the murder of the "hate" crime victim is a stiffer sentence....whereas the victim of a "regular" murder carries a lighter penalty. So, a person targeted for their race is somehow more important and of more assigned legal "value" than a child murdered by a pedophile. If we're really seeking equality under the law and blind justice (which we obviously are not and merely give lip service to such concepts), then ALL human lives matter equally.
That really is the crux of the difficulty with contemporary morality. We've gotten so used to calling some actions "love" and others "hate" that most people never examine them in terms of the known practical effects. This is the heart of the confusion over "same-sex marriage" being normalized, because sex is "an act of love" and "people who love each other" should be allowed to get married.But the entire reason that sex is an act of love (when it is) is because it communicates that you want there to be more people like your partner in the world, and they feel the same about you, and you both feel like you want to cooperate to make that happen. By having and raising children together. Marriage is nothing more or less than a commitment to do that, or at least try to the best of your ability. But when you're having sex with someone with whom you cannot possibly procreate naturally, you're not implying you like the idea of a world with more of their descendants in it. You're implying that they are most useful as a (rather filthy) sex toy.That's not love. It is at best objectification and degradation.Of course, "same-sex marriage" isn't the only example of this kind of moral confusion of not looking at the actual consequences of an action. It's just one of many which currently are in the public consciousness without rational thought.
Hate can only ever be a motivator in any crime. Hate in and of itself is not a criminal thought because hate is just another, albeit, powerful human emotion. The proof of any criminal offence or act, is not the motivators such as hate, but the action of the criminal in committing the actual crime. Without the proofs of the offence or act of criminality, there can be no conviction for the crime in any court of law regardless how much the political elite and their lackeys would wish it so.
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