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Post Reply Canada denies refugee status to black man who said he was fleeing US police brutality
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Posted 1/11/16

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Now if the American government would just tell the Black Lives Matter morons and average Leftists that they are full of shit........



But that's not politically correct, and it's racist....*sarcasm*
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The guy is insulting the police and then claiming that they are harassing him, all while he's recording.

Really?

It's like if I went to Beijing and repeatedly shouted in Chinese "Xi Jinping is a fucking donkey" and filmed me getting arrested by the police claiming that I'm being oppressed. It's beyond stupid.
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Some people squander their American citizenships like it was nothing. I was a citizen since I was a babeh, but still, after you take Immigration law or you hear about it from other people or relatives, you realize how hard it really is. You have to wait 7 years or more, it's this insane lottery system...

It's not really that hard to find a job in the US that pays you $80 / day, if you're healthy and not lazy.

This guy should've just either moved to another city/state and started over.
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Posted 1/11/16 , edited 1/11/16
Well... at least he applied for it. Unlike some poeple.
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Ah...the 21st century....where everyone is incapable of staying in their own country.
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Posted 1/11/16

maxgale wrote:

Now if the American government would just tell the Black Lives Matter morons and average Leftists that they are full of shit........



Everyone's got a right to protest.


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lambofgenesis wrote:


This guy should've just either moved to another city/state and started over.


Honestly, this is pretty much what this dude should've just done. Just move out of the area he was in and start over.

I mean...Canada has enough refugees without someone just applying because he just wants a quick excuse to get out of the States.
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Posted 1/11/16
How does this make news but refugees from Syria raping women gets no coverage.
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Nogara-san wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


This guy should've just either moved to another city/state and started over.


Honestly, this is pretty much what this dude should've just done. Just move out of the area he was in and start over.

I mean...Canada has enough refugees without someone just applying because he just wants a quick excuse to get out of the States.


And it's pretty much a huge spoiled diss.

The USA is richer than Canada and they know it. Accepting him would've been like lending your rich classmates money just because they were scared they didn't bring enough that day for dessert. Well okay bad analogy
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lambofgenesis wrote:


Nogara-san wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


This guy should've just either moved to another city/state and started over.


Honestly, this is pretty much what this dude should've just done. Just move out of the area he was in and start over.

I mean...Canada has enough refugees without someone just applying because he just wants a quick excuse to get out of the States.


And it's pretty much a huge spoiled diss.

The USA is richer than Canada and they know it. Accepting him would've been like lending your rich classmates money just because they were scared they didn't bring enough that day for dessert. Well okay bad analogy


Now you made me want dessert. Thank you
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Nogara-san wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


Nogara-san wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


This guy should've just either moved to another city/state and started over.


Honestly, this is pretty much what this dude should've just done. Just move out of the area he was in and start over.

I mean...Canada has enough refugees without someone just applying because he just wants a quick excuse to get out of the States.


And it's pretty much a huge spoiled diss.

The USA is richer than Canada and they know it. Accepting him would've been like lending your rich classmates money just because they were scared they didn't bring enough that day for dessert. Well okay bad analogy


Now you made me want dessert. Thank you


Go for donuts OMG!!! Dunkin' Donuts serves them steaming ;^)
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Posted 1/11/16

lambofgenesis wrote:


Nogara-san wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


Nogara-san wrote:


lambofgenesis wrote:


This guy should've just either moved to another city/state and started over.


Honestly, this is pretty much what this dude should've just done. Just move out of the area he was in and start over.

I mean...Canada has enough refugees without someone just applying because he just wants a quick excuse to get out of the States.


And it's pretty much a huge spoiled diss.

The USA is richer than Canada and they know it. Accepting him would've been like lending your rich classmates money just because they were scared they didn't bring enough that day for dessert. Well okay bad analogy


Now you made me want dessert. Thank you


Go for donuts OMG!!! Dunkin' Donuts serves them steaming ;^)


How ironic 'cause I live next door to one too


Too cold to leave though. *finds some chocolate.
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Honestly, I'm sure most people who have read this naturally assumed that Canada wouldn't have granted him a refugee status simply due to police brutality against black individuals in the United States...However, it is a very good way to advocate for the Black Lives Matter movement.

One other thing...Someone needs to tell this poor guy that Canada isn't as bad, but it exists here too.
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There is always bad people in all lines of work unfortunately, saying all cops are murderers and bad people is a terrible generalization. As well as a fair percentage of those "being discriminated against" are also usually acting at the bare minimum of disorderly. You cannot expect to not be delt with some form of force if you continue to not follow simple instructions from the law enforcement. Yes there is discrimination but at this point it is on both sides. And is heavily antagonized by the minority culture. Spend about 10 minutes browsing any of World Stars media and tell me some of those actions that are portrayed therein of their videos is not the least bit aggressive offense or just downright unlawful. All the fights and harassment that is showed there as "entertainment" is in my opinion out of control. But thats just the image that is being portrayed on a group of people as well. Just like the image of "every cop is out to get us so we must get them first" mentality. Im not denying that cops have done plenty of questionable things especially towards minorities but at the same time the lash back that is being generated is a never ending cycle which is spreading fear in both sides. Which is what alot of this issue's problem is. Both sides are fearing for their life. As a cop i would be terrified seeing that there are movements of the black culture saying that they have to kill us before they get me. So yes a cop may be more likely to have a gun drawn on a minority due to the fear of possible death. Im not saying its right. What I am saying is the fear that is instilled in both sides is leading to horrible rash actions destroying everything inside out.
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Posted 1/11/16

eclair-lumiere wrote:

Ah...the 21st century....where everyone is incapable of staying in their own country.



The way I see it, increased migration is the logical conclusion to the growing globalization that has been happening in these last 20 or so years. It WILL be of the defining characteristics of the 21st century and I don't necessarily think it's a bad.
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