|The two gay men who were brutally beaten in NYC.|
Thank you for your heartfelt speech poured out to everyone in the United States watching mainstream media. My heart truly goes out to what you have been through, to what many "African Americans" have been through, and of course, still go through. Your struggles as a child is one that many can relate to, not just "African Americans". I see that you used "African Americans" instead of saying, "white people". Clever. Of course, we would think you would be associating that with "white privilege". I'm not sure I understand why some black men (and half black men like yourself) choose to use the "politically correct" term, "African American" when there are many who are Jamaican, Haitian or from the islands. Don't they have the same struggles too? I'm a lesbian woman who lives in New York with my wife. It's kind of funny how we have seen numerous beatings on the LGBT community, with factual instances that let us know that it was indeed a hate crime just by the anti-gay slurs they said before the brutal beating. That was something huh? One of the crimes that were committed was from Allsan Berisha and Brian Ramirez, both age 21, who were arrested at the scene and later charged with hate crime felony assault. But you didn't see anyone protesting and starting a war upon the straight community on the news. And that was clearly an antigay attack. What will it take for us to protest? Until one of our members from the LGBT community to die from one of these brutal beatings? We come in all colors, shapes and sizes too.
|Oh, and by the way, Russia's ready for World War III.|
|Obama's goal: Create racial wars with more protests.|
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