And ask McDonald's what they plan to do about it? Where they aware of it? Is the white girl O.K.? Did the blacks girls get arrested? Was the manager repremanded for stepping over the convusing white girl lying on the floor instead of rendering aid? Did the McDonald's employee who stole the white girl's cell phone when it fell out of her purse when she was being beaten get arrested for theft? Did the McDonald's empolyee who encouraged the two black women to flee before the police arrived get charged with abetting a crime?
and more importantly, did the white senior citizen who tried to come to the aid of the white girl when she was being dragged by her hair across the floor at least get a free happy meal for her bravery while all the black men just stood around and did nothing but make grunting noises? I mean, that's what it is all about in the end: happiness, right?
Sad, is it any wonder many whites see us as animals and monkeys? This happens way too often in this country. Again, we need to police our own before we make excuses.
This in response to "why do black people kick when they fight?"
This has nothing to do with the motives of the particulars hoodlums in this video. It's an opportunity to make racial slurs.It's not just the kicking, but the hair-pulling, the histrionics, the screaming, the thrashing about, the insults, the continuation of the assault after the victim has lost the capacity to defend himself or herself...
These characteristics are common to all of these incidents, no matter where they occur across the country. And that gives rise to the suspicion that what we are seeing here is not simply a matter of a cultural problem, but an intrinsic trait revealing itself
And if you read my other posts on this, I agreed that President Obama has nothing to do with it.
There are examples of racial slurs on this thread. If you think I posted a "racial slur", you do not know the definition of the term.
apparently the video first surfaced yesterday at worldstarhiphop.com.
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