#OfficerGoFuckYourself Threatens to Kill Ferguson Livestreamers
The scene was witnessed by Infowars reporter Joe Biggs who was also filming the incident. The clip shows a Ferguson officer with his gun raised pointing it directly at a citizen journalist who was live streaming at the time.
“Oh my God, gun raised, gun raised,” states the journalist, before Biggs remarks, “gun pointed.”
“My hands are up bro, my hands are up,” states the journalist before the cop responds, “I’m going to f***ing kill you, get back, get back!”
“You’re going to kill him?” asks another individual before the journalist asks, “did he just threaten to kill me?”
When the cop is asked for his name he responds, “go fuck yourself.”
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Can he just propose to me now? Or I can propose? Either way, smart, socially conscious, sexy man….be mine!
yintehwin asked: I'm curious what you have to say about this. Hello, I'm an African/Asian American and have never felt that Caucasians have had "privilege" over me in anyway. In no instance have I ever been inferior because of my ethnicity; in fact for most of my life I've been superior to many Caucasians I knew/know because of my education and social status. Can we really say that all whites have this privilege when I myself, and many of my multi-racial acquaintances am an example of the opposite of this?
That’s not what privilege means.
Remember that time, over twelve months ago, a whole bunch of you supported my ridiculous idea of travelling the world in a unicorn onesie - writing, making crappy videos and just being goddamn crazy?!
My mother told me once that bananas bind you, they give your stomach the strength that you may not have.
Today I awoke to a message, words of manipulation that sent me downstairs.
Ice, two bananas, milk.
Blended for strength.
Blended to conjure the strong black woman that I am consistently told lives inside of me.
The last few days have been huge and I’d be lying if I didn’t say can’t remember a…
What is this world we’re living in
Where every system has given in
I’ll take my pay
call it a day
and it’s not.
Australia prides herself on her tenderness
for the unwell
those who can’t tell
which way is home
because there no longer is a home.
The systems are tired
their value expired
and with that comes my anger
ire pulsing through my veins
Since moving to Sydney 11 years ago, the main supporters I have had have been Indigenous women.
You’d think a friendship would reign supreme
you’d think sharing all your hopes, fears and dreams
that she, your sister in arms;
your sister in blood or your sister in indigeneity
would not take aim to thee
and yet here you stand
words in my hand
that say nothing but judgment, a lack of understanding
towards projecting your story on me.
Why don’t you walk in my shoes