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https://plus.google.com/112075622976383043810 Siphiwo Zikodze : How exactly did the grand jury come to its decision. What is this if not social profiling? From an i...
How exactly did the grand jury come to its decision. What is this if not social profiling? From an international stand point this has very serious implications for the U.S. Let's say I am a dictator, what's the difference between me choosing to hang someone and the U.S choosing to shoot?  Are we going to then argue that one action was better than the other based on how quickly the victim died? No, but this decision really does set the bar for countries with dictators. 

This is the LA riots all over again because of how law enforcement has continued to treat this crisis. #fergusondecision  
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https://plus.google.com/105668243339599562024 George Kanaris : Welcome to the United States of Fascism and Totalitarianism : All that stuff about Freedom and Democracy...
Welcome to the United States of Fascism and Totalitarianism : All that stuff about Freedom and Democracy do not apply here,we use that as a pretext to invade countries and install murdering dictators : So get with the program and enjoy your stay at one of our many Fema Camps,shut your mouth and live.
Yesterday was a dark day for the United States. The scenes from Ferguson, broadcast around the world, were reminiscent of the LA riots ignited by police brutality against Rodney King.
The eyes of the world were on the Missouri town in the wake of the decision not to bring charges against the police officer who shot dead unarmed black teen Michael Brown.
President Obama stressed the need for protests to be peaceful and constructive but not all protesters heeded his call, and it wasn’t long before parts of the Missouri city were in flames.
It’s not surprising that people are angry. American police are becoming increasingly decisive with their use of force — a situation that has led to over 5,000 American civilians killed by police since 9/11.
To put that in perspective, it is almost the same number of US soldiers who have been killed while fighting in Iraq.
As the violent riots in Ferguson prove, this is not a tenable state of affairs.
Ferguson awoke to a smouldering town following the grand duty decision. Picture: Charlie 
Ferguson awoke to a smouldering town following the grand duty decision. Picture: Charlie Riedel / AP Source: AP
The president emphasises the need for positive change to come out of this tragedy.
“We still have work to do,” he said. It was an address that stressed the need for progress. The need for a solution.
While he did not allude to any particulars about what that solution might be, Mr Obama has made a number of past attempts to rein in the gun culture that exists in the US.
Arguments for greater gun control usually intensify after a mass shooting and while yesterday’s verdict was about the question of police negligence — the President could use the intense media coverage of this event to push for stronger gun control laws.
In the midst of the Ferguson protests, The Economist suggested that officers in the US would not be so trigger happy if it weren’t for the “colossal gun ownership rates” in so many communities.
It is not a stretch to make this argument. Perhaps if firearms weren’t so ubiquitous in American society, police would not feel so threatened and may not be so quick to gun down a 12-year-old brandishing a toy gun, as was the case this past week in Cleveland.
No indictment for Wilson
Tensions are high between police and protesters. Picture: Christian Gooden / AP Source: AP
Obviously there are a multitude of factors that bring about a situation like the one seen in Ferguson over the past few months.
The culture of law enforcement that has seen local police stations equipped with military gear, a lack of quality training, and racial profiling are all considered to be at the heart of the Michael Brown shooting.
The steady militarisation of the American police force has resulted in some disturbing images and has drawn heavy criticism from some. A segment on John Oliver’s satirical news show that decried the ability of police in a small Georgian town to acquire a tank has received close to 5 million views on YouTube.
Less weapons on both sides should be the goal that America works towards.
It may be a tired argument, but perhaps stricter gun control legislation is one small facet of the multifaceted solution required to avoid another Ferguson.
Thousands of people in cities from Washington D.C. to LA are fighting the militarisation 
Thousands of people in cities from Washington D.C. to LA are fighting the militarisation of the police. Picture: Win McNamee / Getty Images Source: AFP
According to the US National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, in 2014, 45 on duty police officers were killed in a “firearm-related” incident, up from 27 the year before.
In comparison, Australia has not had a police officer shot and killed on duty since David Rixon was fatally fired upon in Tamworth in March 2012.
Similarly, the last officer to die in a firearm related incident in the UK was a Manchester constable in September 2012.
While the population in America far eclipses that of both Australia and the UK, the staggeringly high number of officers that have been gun downed is sure to play on the psyche of those working in law enforcement.
Welcome to the United States of Fascism and Totalitarianism : All that stuff about Freedom and Democracy do not apply here,we use that as a pretext to invade countries and install murdering dictators : So get with the program and enjoy your stay at one of our many Fema Camps,shut your mouth and live.
Follow @jackool50 The Police state cares about you and your freedoms,agree or we will send you to our wonderful Fema camps
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https://plus.google.com/103620313543449940173 Jonathan Finn : (Los Angles peaceful protest op-ed) Holey S~h~IT! And, Sweet Zombie Jesus on a pogo stick-- I can't ...
(Los Angles peaceful protest op-ed) Holey S~h~IT! And, Sweet Zombie Jesus on a pogo stick-- I can't believe it, I just can't fucking believe it!
LA Riots about everything. Now all of a sudden there peaceful?! --Weird! Nuff said.
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https://plus.google.com/105668243339599562024 George Kanaris : Welcome to the Police state of The United States of America,all liberties have been suspended till further...
Welcome to the Police state of The United States of America,all liberties have been suspended till further notice : Where the American dream has become a nightmare,enjoy your stay in one of our many Fema camps.
Yesterday was a dark day for the United States. The scenes from Ferguson, broadcast around the world, were reminiscent of the LA riots ignited by police brutality against Rodney King.
The eyes of the world were on the Missouri town in the wake of the decision not to bring charges against the police officer who shot dead unarmed black teen Michael Brown.
President Obama stressed the need for protests to be peaceful and constructive but not all protesters heeded his call, and it wasn’t long before parts of the Missouri city were in flames.
It’s not surprising that people are angry. American police are becoming increasingly decisive with their use of force — a situation that has led to over 5,000 American civilians killed by police since 9/11.
To put that in perspective, it is almost the same number of US soldiers who have been killed while fighting in Iraq.
As the violent riots in Ferguson prove, this is not a tenable state of affairs.
Ferguson awoke to a smouldering town following the grand duty decision. Picture: Charlie 
Ferguson awoke to a smouldering town following the grand duty decision. Picture: Charlie Riedel / AP Source: AP
The president emphasises the need for positive change to come out of this tragedy.
“We still have work to do,” he said. It was an address that stressed the need for progress. The need for a solution.
While he did not allude to any particulars about what that solution might be, Mr Obama has made a number of past attempts to rein in the gun culture that exists in the US.
Arguments for greater gun control usually intensify after a mass shooting and while yesterday’s verdict was about the question of police negligence — the President could use the intense media coverage of this event to push for stronger gun control laws.
In the midst of the Ferguson protests, The Economist suggested that officers in the US would not be so trigger happy if it weren’t for the “colossal gun ownership rates” in so many communities.
It is not a stretch to make this argument. Perhaps if firearms weren’t so ubiquitous in American society, police would not feel so threatened and may not be so quick to gun down a 12-year-old brandishing a toy gun, as was the case this past week in Cleveland.
No indictment for Wilson
Tensions are high between police and protesters. Picture: Christian Gooden / AP Source: AP
Obviously there are a multitude of factors that bring about a situation like the one seen in Ferguson over the past few months.
The culture of law enforcement that has seen local police stations equipped with military gear, a lack of quality training, and racial profiling are all considered to be at the heart of the Michael Brown shooting.
The steady militarisation of the American police force has resulted in some disturbing images and has drawn heavy criticism from some. A segment on John Oliver’s satirical news show that decried the ability of police in a small Georgian town to acquire a tank has received close to 5 million views on YouTube.
Less weapons on both sides should be the goal that America works towards.
It may be a tired argument, but perhaps stricter gun control legislation is one small facet of the multifaceted solution required to avoid another Ferguson.
Thousands of people in cities from Washington D.C. to LA are fighting the militarisation 
Thousands of people in cities from Washington D.C. to LA are fighting the militarisation of the police. Picture: Win McNamee / Getty Images Source: AFP
According to the US National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, in 2014, 45 on duty police officers were killed in a “firearm-related” incident, up from 27 the year before.
In comparison, Australia has not had a police officer shot and killed on duty since David Rixon was fatally fired upon in Tamworth in March 2012.
Similarly, the last officer to die in a firearm related incident in the UK was a Manchester constable in September 2012.
While the population in America far eclipses that of both Australia and the UK, the staggeringly high number of officers that have been gun downed is sure to play on the psyche of those working in law enforcement.
Protests erupted after the announcement of the grand jury decision. Picture: David Goldma
Protests erupted after the announcement of the grand jury decision. Picture: David Goldman / AP Source: AP
The move towards tighter gun control is viewed as politically unfavourable and will predictably have many American’s citing the coveted second amendment.
Welcome to the Police state of The United States of America,all liberties have been suspended till further notice : Where the American dream has become a nightmare,enjoy your stay in one of our many Fema camps.
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https://plus.google.com/112292669208448167249 Kris Dabi : Back during the LA riots, Koreans armed themselves from the roofs to protect their property in Koreatown...
Back during the LA riots, Koreans armed themselves from the roofs to protect their property in Koreatown (my favorite hangout in S. Cali) because the LAPD abandoned them.
Far East Movement Look Back at the '92 K-Town Riots in New Mini-Doc (VIDEO PREMIERE)
Electro-rap quartet Far East Movement have been MIA from L.A. for nearly three years. The hometown boys scored a number one hit, "Like a G6," back in 2010, which quickly spiraled into world tours with everyone from LMFAO to Rihanna. But now it's time for a homecoming, and the K-Town...
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https://plus.google.com/105615338773548970012 Sergio González : "A day after L.A. Riots 1992"
"A day after L.A. Riots 1992"
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https://plus.google.com/107711587428623535737 Musa Muhammad : The LA Riots 20 Years Later: http://youtu.be
The LA Riots 20 Years Later: http://youtu.be
Watch the video: The LA Riots 20 Years Later
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KCAL 9 and CBS 2 produce a special segment on the 20th anniversary of the Los Angeles Riots, hosted by Pat Harvey and featuring remarks from city leaders, in...
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https://plus.google.com/105254683454713783470 Gen Frustration : Popular bbq restaurant on fire as well as public storage building, tire shop and AutoZone, this should...
Popular bbq restaurant on fire as well as public storage building, tire shop and AutoZone, this should not be happening!Where's Natl guard??

http://twitter.com/littlebytesnews/status/537129904706682880

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https://plus.google.com/101350285768978564356 Robert Burgener : I went through the LA Riots, so I have heard all of this from #Ferguson before. Sadly, nothing seems...
I went through the LA Riots, so I have heard all of this from #Ferguson before. Sadly, nothing seems to have changed on either side of the (lack of) discussion.

Apparently George Santayana was right, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
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https://plus.google.com/101012536590422410177 Rudy Martinez : We might fight amongst each other, but I promise you this Ferguson has made me want to do another Facebook...
We might fight amongst each other, but I promise you this
Ferguson has made me want to do another Facebook purge. So you'll have to excuse me as I fade into the background the next few days. Fortunately, I can post this without ever having to actually log-in. By the time the LA riots happened after the cops were a...
We might fight amongst each other, but I promise you this
Ferguson has made me want to do another Facebook purge. So you'll have to excuse me as I fade into the background the next few days. Fortunately, I can post this without ever having to actually log-in. By the time the LA riot...
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https://plus.google.com/114737217351866726968 Denise Anderson : Welcome to Ferguson, Missouri where Black Friday started early with destruction and looting of stores...
Welcome to Ferguson, Missouri where Black Friday started early with destruction and looting of stores. How do you justify burning and looting a neighborhood store as a protest or striking back at the police? So sad and accomplishes nothing. Reminds me of the LA riots. #ferguson  
Streets of Ferguson smolder after grand jury decides not to indict officer
Parts of Ferguson, Missouri, woke up Tuesday with cars charred, businesses looted and most everyone on edge that the city could erupt in yet more violence.
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https://plus.google.com/103881730142233500242 USNationalistNews : Mike Brown’s Mother Reacts: “You Motherf*ckers Think It’s a Joke” It's obvious that they want another...
Mike Brown’s Mother Reacts: “You Motherf*ckers Think It’s a Joke”

It's obvious that they want another LA riots.  We hope the Police will come out in massive force. If the Police give them an inch, they will go a mile.
Watch the video: Mike Brown's Mom Reacts: You Motherf*%ckers Think This is a Joke
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Mike Brown's mother reacted to the Grand Jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed Brown in August.
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https://plus.google.com/113001998823269586584 Erica Noneya : following a bit of the live coverage at Ferguson.  i don't believe this is a response to single incident...
following a bit of the live coverage at Ferguson.  i don't believe this is a response to single incident, but a culmination and flashpoint of long-term issues within a faulty system,  just as it happened with the LA riots.  
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https://plus.google.com/115808091556733435236 PDunkel66 : Come on guys remember the LA Riots. Just stand on top your store and off ANYONE THAT GETS NEAR IT!
Come on guys remember the LA Riots. Just stand on top your store and off ANYONE THAT GETS NEAR IT!
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https://plus.google.com/111499904562712921680 MMA RANTS TV : What I saw cops and military doing during the LA riots made me vomit, what I saw the citizens doing ...
What I saw cops and military doing during the LA riots made me vomit, what I saw the citizens doing to each other made me despise humans
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https://plus.google.com/118133563188950717035 MMA RANTS TODAY : What I saw cops and military doing during the LA riots made me vomit, what I saw the citizens doing ...
What I saw cops and military doing during the LA riots made me vomit, what I saw the citizens doing to each other made me despise humans
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https://plus.google.com/111499904562712921680 MMA RANTS TV : I remember the LA riots after the Rodney King verdict. Looting, violence, fires, deaths, my neighborhood...
I remember the LA riots after the Rodney King verdict. Looting, violence, fires, deaths, my neighborhood was a war zone.
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https://plus.google.com/118133563188950717035 MMA RANTS TODAY : I remember the LA riots after the Rodney King verdict. Looting, violence, fires, deaths, my neighborhood...
I remember the LA riots after the Rodney King verdict. Looting, violence, fires, deaths, my neighborhood was a war zone.
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https://plus.google.com/100335087578433815068 Shawn Fritz : I'm reminded of Bill Hicks talking about LA Riots all of a sudden.
I'm reminded of Bill Hicks talking about LA Riots all of a sudden. 
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https://plus.google.com/113362322326441698341 Steven Jacobs : Ferguson, MO is the center of the universe right now for the racial divide in this country. I am reminded...
Ferguson, MO is the center of the universe right now for the racial divide in this country. I am reminded of the LA riots and the mayhem some people perpetrated in the name of "justice." As humans our emotional connectedness to our communities is brought about by experiences both good and bad. It is our duty to one another to maintain that sense of connectedness and humanity even in the face of the darkest of days. 
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