Let the Riots Begin

23 05 2016

Baltimore

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Rain today, but partly sunny and 80s for the next three days, so it’ll be perfect riot weather for the ideal riot time frame.

So far, there has not been a guilty verdict in the Baltimore Six cases, just a hung jury and a bench trial not guilty.


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23 05 2016
Hard Right

The monkeys are stupid enough to post their plans in public. I’m just not sure if I want to wade through Black Twitter to find out.

23 05 2016
Hard Right

Either they’re not planning anything yet, or they’ve gotten a little smarter about it. I didn’t wade too deeply. I can only handle so much Negro babble at a time.

23 05 2016
AnAnon

so far its just a bunch of people saying “why doesn’t someone else do X”

23 05 2016
Hard Right

Obongo might be setting a good example with his laziness.

23 05 2016
countenance

Ta is probably working on a 20,000 word essay right now linking this acquittal back to black bodies.

23 05 2016
Hard Right

It could be that most of them are just now getting up. It’s not like they have jobs to go to after a weekend of whoring and drugging.

23 05 2016
23 05 2016
countenance

I forgot about Deray, then again, so did Baltimore itself, with his big 2.5% of the vote in the mayor election.

23 05 2016
Puggg

The judge could have issued this verdict on Thursday or Friday, but waited through the weekend until today. Guess why. The Preakness horse race. Didn’t want riots to interfere with that.

23 05 2016
Hard Right

Early Monday morning is the best time. Groids are all hungover from the weekend.

23 05 2016
Robert

Planning riots is hard work and nothing ever changes anyways, so why bother when there are so many double wide sheboons to get busy with.

24 05 2016
countenance

We have three days to see if anything will pop off in Baltimore. But the more I think about it, the more I doubt that there will be any serious shit.

The thing about black riots is that they only really happen because they catch everyone else flat footed. Remember, we were all expecting Trayvon riots after GZ was found n/g, and while there were minor scuffles, there were no large scale riots. And that’s precisely the reason why there were not, because we were expecting them. Because we were expecting them, we prepared for them — The cops, businesses, individuals, and this deterred them from happening.

It’s when we’re not preparing, or prepared, and not expecting them, that they happen.




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