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Shinobu_Scorpion

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  1. Count me in - I have completed an Arbitration Mission.
  2. Allow me to concede that point to you along with an apology. I do recognize that there are still peaceful protests going on among all this madness, and I support them as well. I'm admittedly frustrated and angry because lately I've been getting labelled as a white supremacist and racist for speaking against the riot part of this situation (mainly followed by the BLM slogan), so my temper got the better of me for a minute. However, I still don't think this situation was handled well and worded a little poorly. As it stands now, it sounds as though they are in support of everything that is
  3. The fact that you still call these protests... burning and looting is not what you do during a protest. These are riots. If they were actually peaceful protests, I'd be 100% behind them right now, but what is being practiced now is anarchy and chaos. I fail to see how burning down and ruining small businesses will help anyone's case for the pursuit of "equality and justice." This isn't the way to go about doing this, and it is going to do absolutely nothing but make things worse.
  4. Said as if the man is still walking free today. The man was fired, divorced, and convicted of third degree murder and second degree manslaughter already. And to go even further, the other officers that were there with him were also fired for not intervening. I'm not saying this was an ok thing to do, in fact I would say it was an evil thing to do. But the response is completely unnecessary and getting out of hand. Give the justice system a chance to work before you demand justice as if it was ignored. https://www.cnn.com/2020/06/01/us/minneapolis-police-chief-floyd-response/i
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