It’s been a long couple of days in Baltimore. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the troubles they’ve been having there, with riots breaking out overnight. Almost every public person had denounced these violent acts, from President Obama on down. But there’s one guy who seems to think this is an appropriate course of action. His name? Jonathan McIntosh. 

Here’s the tweet he retweeted out to his followers:Screenshot_2015-04-28-12-13-24~2

He also tweeted out an article from The Atlantic that said the calls for nonviolence were nothing more than a cover for the rotten establishment. It’s one thing to understand why riots happen, but it’s quite another to offer support for them, or to criticize calls for peace. I’m pretty sure Martin Luther King Jr. would be rolling in his grave reading this shit.

People like #FullMcIntosh don’t care, though. Their interested in the romanticized vision of violent class struggle. In reality, that vision is a nightmare. If people have grievances, they must address them peacefully. Destroying poor communities only makes then worse, not better. Peaceful protest is fine, even disruption can be justified. But violence cannot…unless you’re a degenerate like Jonathan.

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  1. Is this for real? Did Whackingtosh really support this? If so I do hope he realizes had he been in Baltimore he would have been the first one crying to the police for help.

    1. Of course it is real. This is the dude that supported the Charlie Hebdo killings over CARTOONS. (Maybe because he himself identifies with said cartoons.)

    2. You damn right. People like him are proud, brave people on the internet but put them to the test and they wail and blubber like a kid being spanked by a parent.

      1. I’ve done my fair share of shit talking (*takes a bow* thank you, thank you) but I honestly wanted to believe for once that everyone has a little bit of good in them. This fucker Whackingtosh (I hope this becomes a thing) is a clear exception. He talks shit, pure grade-A bullshit, and does so knowing his ilk will run with it to cause more damage.

        And like I said above, I’m certain that if he had a nice little home in Baltimore he would have been the first one to run out of there. That is provided he can actually run on his own two legs fast enough because in a realistic scenario he probably would have made a decent battering ram for the looters.

  2. That’s why these people avoid discussing class as often as possible, they’re dripping with fucking privilege. Holiday In Cambodia was written for cunts like these.

  3. The funny thing is is that he’s the same type of rich white guy who they’d have targeted first if he was there.

    1. That’s unfair to Tsoukalos; he’s no portrait of objectivity but at least he has a sense of humor about himself and a life outside of spouting his views.

      1. Yeah, I have to agree on that one. And he’s more or less harmless, which is more than you could ever say about McIntosh.

  4. So does movieblob.

    These guys have no idea what they’re saying, they try to bend anything that happens anywhere to push their own politics into it.

    1. He’s just trying to score brownie points with these idiots. He’d probably sell out his own mother if it meant getting good with their lot.

      1. Wow. Just wow. I mean… I make no bones about having a conservative outlook, but this is so bizarre I wonder if Bob has started indulging in drugs.

      2. So what’s the left wing philosophy? Make a complete ass out of yourself? Because that seems to be it right now.

  5. Of course McIntosh supports violence against “the man”. Businesses and homes getting destroyed who cares gets the message across…..what ever that message was. Screw peacefully protesting police brutality. Why do that when you can just burn the whole damn city to the ground. Yeah forgive me for finding it hard to believe Mr. I grew up on my daddy’s private island that he understands the struggles of Baltimore. That complete piece of shit.

    1. Yeah forgive me for finding it hard to believe Mr. I grew up on my
      daddy’s private island that he understands the struggles of Baltimore.

      Heads up, Orcas Island isn’t a private island, but the home prices are insane (Median List Price $775K):
      https://www.redfin.com/city/30871/WA/Orcas-Island

      Note that that’s where Josh Sr.’s summer home is located.

      So it might be a mere 350k home, but that would be a second home.

  6. Ironic considering he was able to obtain such a lovely view from his ivory tower thanks to his capitalistic parents.

  7. To be fair those check cashing, payday, car loan places are scum who prey on the poor and suck them dry.

    1. Of course they are. There is a niche market for them and they aim to fulfill. If they weren’t there, they’d be filled by other people. Constantly. So long as anything of value exists (sentimental or actual), these people will exist. Value must be removed, eradicated as a concept for this to cease existing.

      1. But there isn’t value. They create a never ending cycle of increasing debt that can never be escaped. They create the opposite of value but these people are so incredibly desperate they can’t help it and eventually they will be homeless because of it.

        1. Nobody’s forcing anyone to use those services, and the way you stop it at the individual level is called education.

          If schools weren’t so stuck up their own asses on things like Common Core and standardized testing, they might still teach life skills like how to manage a checking account, and why things like payday lenders are a bad choice to make.

          Free will is a bitch sometimes.

          1. Yes thank you…however I think the obvious point he was making whether in good taste or bad is that seeing one of those places burnt to the ground isn’t exactly a loss for society.

          2. Well he chose that picture on purpose, of course – It’s not like that was the ONLY place that was looted. He’s not completely braindead, I suppose – just a sociopath.

          3. Pretty much my reaction. I loathe payday loan places, but people wind up having to go to those because their credit ratings are dogshit. Why? Because they don’t know how to fucking handle a checkbook and a credit card.

            Forget the damned sex ed courses, you can learn that shit on the Internet. How about some money education courses?

          4. Oh god, I never once learned about financial procedures (aside from maybe the near-obsolete practice of learning how to write a check), yet I was put through sex ed at least 3 times. Once in 8th grade, then in high school I had to learn about it in both biology and this child-development course I never recall signing up for (I later found out some asshole made a typo on the catalog, so the home ec class I wanted to take appeared to have the same registration code as child-development). I think I learned about it again in a psychology class, though I might’ve been in college by then (college not letting up on this crap either, though I’ve lost count by that point). The fact that I had to learn it so many god damn times is all the more aggravating given my choice to stay single, so rather than gaining anything crucial for me to know in the future (like that home ec course I missed out on), I’m repeatedly being drilled on stuff about parenting that I’m never gonna find any practical application for in my life.

          5. Your best bet might be to take some ground-level accounting courses. Those will help fill in the gaps. I know check writing is slouching towards its extinction, but learning to balance a checkbook is EXCELLENT practice for developing budgets and reconciling statements. Unlike in SJW land, numbers don’t lie 🙂

          6. Numbers lie, the thing is it’s a lot harder to make numbers lie then it is to get people to lie.

            That’s why financial conspiracies are so hard to pull off.

    2. If anyone goes to a check cashing place instead of walmart (where it costs a max of $3) they are either shady or stupid.

  8. It’s ironic that spoiled rich shitheels like Josh and Qunn’s cuckboy Alex grew up sucking on the tit of the system that created this racial and financial inequality. It’s doubly ironic that they constantly wail and gnash their teeth about it while enjoying the spoils of the very same thing they curse and vilify.

    They would surely love to be there in Baltimore setting businesses on fire and sabotaging firefighters’ attempts to put out the flames, but they can do the next best thing by retweeting about it on their $10,000 gold Apple watches from their father’s private exotic island mansion.

    1. I wish more companies would react the same way….

      …and round up all the feminist vandals and throw ’em in jail…

      That would be SWEET!

    2. You don’t negotiate with terrorists. Sargon of Akkad has a video on this, and it is excellent. He even points out that their activism is similar to that of Muslim extremists.

  9. HEY! I grew up in Baltimore! White kid from old school Remington (before Hopkins and hipsters infiltrated). Cops are/were fucking dicks to any and everyone in the inner city, they’re main concern was protecting people coming into town for games/work, tourists, and University faculty. I wholeheartedly support what’s going down right now, but I sincerely believe they’re burning and trashing the wrong shit. They should be hitting banks and government buildings downtown.

    That’s the problem, all the static from the media, the internet idiots, and lousy/crooked politicians have got people so twisted they don’t know who their allies and enemies actually are anymore.

  10. So champagne socialist and brave activist FullM, the silver spoon in mouth son of mega rich parents, sits in his swish Frisco Bay apartment sipping his designer coffee while tapping away on his thousand dollar TwitPhone or TwatPad spreading propaganda about class warfare, the struggles of the urban poor, and how violence is justified….in between bouts of posting propaganda condemning violence in video games.
    Hypocrisy thy name is McIntosh.
    If someone lives near Makky please…do the right thing.
    Pop round to his place and show him what class warfare really is in real life.
    Mix him a cocktail and make it a Molotov, and send that baby sailing through his rich spoiled brat apartment window.

  11. If they only looted police & government property and left the innocent businesses and private property of their fellow people alone I would probably support them too, but there is no excuse for committing violence against those who have not wronged you

  12. He is trust fund baby. All the indignant in the world from him means nothing because for all his connection to the struggles of the underclass and hate for capitalism, he is upper middle class and will never fall on hard times

  13. I wish I was surprised. He’s beyond reprehensible so seeing him supporting this shit is as shocking as the sun rising in the morning.

  14. There is a slight amount of amusing blindness that many Americans are having towards these riots – America wouldn’t be America without violent uprisings. That, in essence, is the biggest difference between America and Canada. Americans get violent in supporting their causes or going after their enemies. MLK Jr. was the exception to that rule. Really, the folks rioting are pretty much just taking a page out of American History.

    Should they be rioting like they are? Of course not. But as we see time, and time, and time again, peaceful protest isn’t going to do anything to help stop police from abusing African Americans, from prejudiced stop and frisk type events, to beatings to outright killing/murder. Not only that, when you see someone who commits acts which at the very least should go to trial to determine if it was justified or not, but are completely exonerated by the very people who make the determination whether suspects are brought to trial in the first place… why on earth would you continue to try to work within that same legal system? Why would anyone respect that legal system?

    This may seem like a defense of the rioters, but really, it’s an indictment of the legal system in general. This isn’t a small set of jurisdictions in a few places. This isn’t even simply an American problem – we up here in Canada have problems when it comes to our Native Canadian population that is similar in many ways to the problems that African Americans have in the US, not to mention that we’ve had some high profile situations where our RCMP (National police force) killed people then lied about it to save their skins. It’s not even just a problem for minorities – people of all races (though not classes… hmm.) run into these problems; it’s just that the minority victims get the best press coverage. This is happening all over – in many ways this problem is the perfect real-world example of “systematic discrimination” that we can find.

    This is going to continue until the legal system finally takes a good hard look in the mirror and actually tries to identify the problems instead of stubbornly standing behind that Thin Blue Line at every turn.

    1. Police brutality needs to stop, but destroying your own local businesses and driving out the entrepreneurship-minded ruins the local economy and the tax base; it does nothing to help the “root causes” of better schools and jobs. And who can afford to move in and pay the increased insurance rates? Corporations, not local individuals. Everything will be more expensive and there will be less jobs and worse schools. Meanwhile, the elites at Salon are doing an infinitely better job than the old Klu Klux Klan at destroying black communities by telling urban blacks that looting is a “rational black strategy” – while they remain cloistered in their gated communities. There’s never been a better time to be a racist in America.

    2. “Really, the folks rioting are pretty much just taking a page out of American History.”

      Meh, in the beginning (say the Boston Tea Party) the riots only went after those who were the cause of injustices.

      And it’s also not really fair to say it is unique to America – See London riots, Greek riots.

      “Should they be rioting like they are? Of course not. But as we see time, and time, and time again, peaceful protest isn’t going to do anything to help stop police from abusing African Americans, from prejudiced stop and frisk type events, to beatings to outright killing/murder. ”

      They do it to everyone. Riots only break out when cops to it to African Americans, because the PC media goes on a rampage of “prejudice + power” racebaiting.

      “This may seem like a defense of the rioters, but really, it’s an indictment of the legal system in general. This isn’t a small set of jurisdictions in a few places. This isn’t even simply an American problem – we up here in Canada have problems when it comes to our Native Canadian population that is similar in many ways to the problems that African Americans have in the US, not to mention that we’ve had some high profile situations where our RCMP (National police force) killed people then lied about it to save their skins. It’s not even just a problem for minorities – people of all races (though not classes… hmm.) run into these problems; it’s just that the minority victims get the best press coverage. ”

      Lol, was responding as I was reading, seems we are on the same page.

      “This is happening all over – in many ways this problem is the perfect real-world example of “systematic discrimination” that we can find.”

      I think it is more a problem of ZERO accountability by elected officials and police. It’s not discrimination, its unchecked power. Citizens should have a right to remove police officers whom they don’t want to work for them. They should also have a say in whether or not they want military grade vehicles and weapons carried around by police in their towns.

      “This is going to continue until the legal system finally takes a good hard look in the mirror and actually tries to identify the problems instead of stubbornly standing behind that Thin Blue Line at every turn.”

      Which essentially means until everyone says to them “enough is enough” and/or engages in violent revolution instead of violent riots.

  15. Of course he does. The rioters were black, ignorant, violent and there were even a lot of women there! And the police all looked very white. And of course there was the destruction of non-communally held property and theft and looting. He is a jackass after all.

    1. Yes stick it to “the man” ignore the fact that several local businesses have been robbed in the process. A person’s entire living gone because people are pissed off with the police.

      1. I hate it when people burn and destroy an area that is already distressed. It’s not like a rotting forest that needs a fire to restore new growth… once stuff is gone, that’s it, it’s GONE. And I’m sure a good chunk of those rioters a) weren’t from that immediate area b) didn’t give much of a shit/know much about the victim c) just massively ignorant and racist. The system doesn’t do much right by minorities, but they aren’t doing themselves a favor tolerating gangs and the kind of rampant materialism that afflicts them. But McIntosh can’t address the kinds of self-inflicted, non-self-aware social illnesses of minority groups or he’d be “victim blaming.” That and Bill Cosby already does it like a fucking boss (alleged rapist or not).

  16. I am so glad that the Occupy movement was (mostly) peaceful. Had it turned into a riot, it would have been worse, seeing the scope of how many people were out there protesting.

    I don’t condone the violence, but I understand why it happened.

    1. The sad thing is the Occupy movement SHOULD have turned into a riot, but the focus shouldn’t have been on Wall Street, but in the places where the rich and powerful actually live (like McIntosh’s mommy and daddy). There are certain things that ARE worth getting into fights with the police over. Them attacking peaceful civilians unprovoked like they did at the sit ins? Oh fuck yeah. The fact that the banks were bailed out and the GOP kept strings from being attached to much of the money allowing those banks to then just give that money out as bonuses and save the people at the very top? Oh fuck yeah. The fact that my generation and the generation after me is being used as a source of debt-slave-permanent source of income via interest while encouraging educational programs at institutions that have NO chance at finding someone a job that can pay basic living expenses let alone $60,000 in student loans, OH FUCK YEAH. But no, the gender feminists and SJWs got involved and just wanted to make it into an unending circle jerk of how special they are with their mediocre brand of insanity.

      1. The focus should have been against lobbying and money in politics which I said at the time but people naively believed that investment banks/hedge funds could be put under any kind of pressure from demonstrators. It made me wonder if it got COINTELPRO’d but I since learned that people like mcintosh really are that stupid.

        1. It made me wonder if it got COINTELPRO’d but I since learned that people like mcintosh really are that stupid.

          It did.

          The shills just encouraged the SJWs and stood back and watched then do what they do.

          Nothing to tie them to the failures.

      2. You just summed up almost all of my political journey – minus being terrified of the draft returning in 2004-2007.

    1. fuck thinkprogress its an SJW nutjob site. In order for this story to be actual unfairness, they would have to demonstrate that the cost of water was too high in Baltimore. I have no sympathy for people who don’t pay the water bill for several months and then cry about having it shutoff. Sure I have difficulty paying my bills, but I certainly make sure it gets done.

      1. It’s a no-brainer that they couldn’t afford the skyrocketing rates Utilities rates overall have been increasing nationwide because of infrastructure reforms and long droughts.
        Whether those people intentionally didn’t pay or not,no one can survive without water.
        According to you these people should just die in the street from dehydration.
        That’s barbaric and inhumane!

        The gov should subsidize the rates like they lovingly do for farmers/ agricorps pertaining to growing AND selling shitty GMO corn!

        Since your so allergic to thinkprogress I copy n pasted the excerpt explaining why the shutoffs are happening specifically in Baltimore.

        According to Grant, Baltimore has steadily increased water usage rates over the past three years by a total of 42 percent, once another 11 percent rate increase takes effect this July. The Baltimore Sun reported that the public works department elected to raise the rates in 2013, when 19,500 customers owed $29.5 million. While the city has pointed out that there are payment plans available for residents behind on water bills, Grant said the help is far too small to make any real difference for overdue households.

        “There is low-income assistance, but it’s only a one-time payment of $161,” Grant said.

        Approximately half of Baltimore’s 1.8 million residents rent their homes, and many are counting on property owners to promptly pay water bills. Even if a landlord is not making payments, Baltimore’s water department refuses to open new water accounts for anyone who isn’t a property owner. Jessica Lewis, co-founder of the Right To Housing Alliance, said landlords shifting water payment responsibilities to tenants is a “growing problem.”

        “We have weekly tenants’ meetings here, and there’s never a meeting where someone isn’t talking about how high the water bills are,” Lewis said. “Tenants have a hard time challenging water bills when these burdens are shifted from the landlord to the tenant.”

        EDIT:Here’s another article about the topic.They’re saying it’s actually 60,000

        https://www.popularresistance.org/one-third-of-baltimore-cant-afford-ever-increasing-water-rates/

        1. “It’s a no-brainer that they couldn’t afford the skyrocketing rates Utilities rates overall have been increasing nationwide because of infrastructure reforms and long droughts.”

          And so I suppose that people should all get their water for free right? And then all the people employed with the water company can lose their jobs, and then nobody will get water right?

          “Whether those people intentionally didn’t pay or not,no one can survive without water. According to you these people should just die in the street from dehydration.That’s barbaric and inhumane!”

          A. Strawman. There are alternatives to dying in the street from dehydration. They range from going to a public water fountain, a business water fountain, using foodstamps to buy water, to moving to an area with lower utility rates.

          B. Stop pretending people who oppose your viewpoint are coldhearted because you said so:

          “Socialism, like the ancient ideas from which it springs, confuses the distinction between government and society. As a result of this, every time we object to a thing being done by government, the socialists conclude that we object to its being done at all. We disapprove of state education. Then the socialists say that we are opposed to any education. We object to a state religion. Then the socialists say that we want no religion at all. We object to a state-enforced equality. Then they say that we are against equality. And so on, and so on. It is as if the socialists were to accuse us of not wanting persons to eat because we do not want the state to raise grain.” – Frédéric Bastiat, The Law

          “Since your so allergic to thinkprogress I copy n pasted the excerpt explaining why the shutoffs are happening specifically in Baltimore.”

          I read the article, and it’s all bullshit. It’s basically saying that Baltimore is making people pay but not companies, without any evidence! Not a single bit of evidence that companies are not being pursued for payment.

          The rest of your quotation doesn’t make anymore sense. And I’ll bet your thinkprogress and popularresistance SJW nutjobs have doctored the numbers somewhere. Note the wording on popular resistance ” that could deny water access to as many as 60,000 residents” – COULD and AS MANY are weasel words intended to make the problem seem worse than it actually is.

          1. I see you dodged my reference to the gov subsidies for GMOs to fit your conclusion……

            And so I suppose that people should all get their water for free right? And then all the people employed with the water company can lose their jobs, and then nobody will get water right?

            No, but water is a human right according to the U.N.so it should be always be at very least affordable. The cost of upgrading infrastructure shouldn’t all fall on the citizens when they had no say so in the matter.It’s that simple.
            The only real solution is more federal regulations for the water departments/companies, a forgiveness program and a nationwide subsidized , fixed rate for everyone regardless of level of income.
            The main baltimore newspaper corroborated the reports in Both articles so your assumptions were flat out wrong.

            http://touch.baltimoresun.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-83157689/

          2. “I see you dodged my reference to the gov subsidies for GMOs to fit your conclusion……”

            Federal subsidies have little to do with the way BALTIMORE is run. You know, I hear urban environments are really great for farming. SMH. If you can’t tell the difference between the federal government and the local administration of Baltimore, you should just stop talking.

            “No, but water is a human right according to the U.N.so it should be always be at very least affordable.”

            And I hate to tell you, that $800 a year is a *teensy* bit on the high side, but not much different from where I live in the middle of nowhere. It must be so hard to make $200 every three months – It’s not like I could make that in one week working at McDs – Oh wait, I could.

            “The cost of upgrading infrastructure shouldn’t all fall on the citizens when they had no say so in the matter.It’s that simple.”

            Yeah, so other taxpayers somewhere else should have to upgrade the infrastructure for them. SMH. Do you not understand how cities work?

            “The only real solution is more federal regulations for the water departments/companies, a forgiveness program and a nationwide subsidized , fixed rate for everyone regardless of level of income. ”

            SMH. You don’t understand economics at all. Hell you don’t even understand the federal regulations already in place, and you want more of them. SJW nut.

            “The main baltimore newspaper corroborated the reports in Both articles so your assumptions were flat out wrong.”

            The articles were making assumptions, not me.

            “Baltimore officials are sending turn-off notices to 25,000 delinquent water customers, giving them 10 days to pay long overdue bills or face the loss of water service.”

            Again, this does not mean 25,000 people will get shut off. You’re an idiot. Shutoff notices usually result in either a partially paid bill, a fully paid bill, or a financing plan. These articles are all sensationalizing the whole thing. And even in most cases where payment plans or paid bills are not an option, there are state and federal regulations that restrict the shutoff of essential utilities when it would cause actual danger to citizens. All this means is that roughly 4% of Baltimore’s population is late for their bill, yet you make it sound like an epidemic, or that the prices are soo much higher than elsewhere, neither of which is the case.

          3. Federal subsidies have little to do with the way BALTIMORE is run.
            Says the person who lives in the middle of nowhere…………….
            Yeah I’m going to take your word for it……..

            You know, I hear urban environments are really great for farming.

            Well It’s better than the current standard of farming where the risk of contracting an deadly illness like MRSA is still growing.
            Urban farming or very small family-owned organic farming is the future.It’s less hazardous to humans and animals ,way more sustainable to yield, very enviroment-friendly and will bring long-term economic prosperity to many.

            And I hate to tell you, that $800 a year is a *teensy* bit on the high side, but not much different from where I live in the middle of nowhere. It must be so hard to make $200 every three months – It’s not like I could make that in one week working at McDs – Oh wait, I could.

            You meant *80,000 a year.I presume?
            Anyways it’s every two weeks,dumbass.
            I’m pretty sure the fightfor15 activists aren’t risking their jobs to protest just to be greedy.$200 is certainly not even close enough when you add the high cost of living in a city.How idiotic can you be!

            Yeah, so other taxpayers somewhere else should have to upgrade the infrastructure for them. SMH. Do you not understand how cities work?

            Strawman…..
            Why are you pretending there are no alternatives other than using taxpayer’s money?

            Here’s a simple solution:
            A hiring of federal inspectors that will administer a full audit of baltimore’s finances. it’s a good start to find out where the money’s really going.
            Next,quantitive easing.
            The money would be invested in the city’s budget and small businesses. Problem solved.
            .

            Again, this does not mean 25,000 people will get shut off.

            No, more that 25,000 because there’s families involved also. Obviously you just skimmed through all three articles cause they all explain in detail why the residents are in the predicament they are in. The most affected from the shutoffs are tenants whos landlords are being delinquent in paying the water bills for whatever reason.Some people didn’t even know they owed anything until their water was suddenly shutoff. There’s no payment deals in this situation because the baltimore water dept. only gives that option to property owners.
            25,000+are being a given an hasty ultimatum to either pay the full amount of the bill within 10 days or lose their water.

            How is that justifiable?
            Oh ,wait I forgot I’m talking to an oblivious,apathetic idiot.
            Nevermind.

          4. Obvious troll is obvious. Nobody is this stupid.

            “Why are you pretending there are no alternatives other than using taxpayer’s money?”

            Where exactly do you think the federal government is going to get subsidy money?

            “You meant *80,000 a year.I presume?”

            Baltimore does not charge people 80,000 a year for water. Everyone’s water would have been shut off long ago if this was the case.

            “$200 is certainly not even close enough when you add the high cost of living in a city.How idiotic can you be!”

            Nice, so you are pretending that I was talking about their entire cost of living, and not just the water bill? And you want to accuse me of strawmen. That’s more like a straw colossus.

            “Obviously you just skimmed through all three articles cause they all explain in detail why the residents are in the predicament they are in. ”

            None of them have anything in them except that baltimore sent out shut off notices, and quotes from people complaining about how the water prices are too high, which they are not, they are pretty standard.

            ” The most affected from the shutoffs are tenants whos landlords are being delinquent in paying the water bills for whatever reason.”

            And that is not baltimore’s fault – that is the fault of the landlords and something to take to court. (Unless of course these people are responsible for the water bill).

            “here’s no payment deals in this situation because the baltimore water dept. only gives that option to property owners.”

            There are state and federal programs, and state an federal regulations that prevent shutoff for those who are in need. It’s based on income.

            “25,000+are being a given an hasty ultimatum to either pay the full amount of the bill within 10 days or lose their water.
            How is that justifiable?”

            You do realize this probably happens EVERY YEAR in cities across the US, right? 25,000 is not even 5% of the population of baltimore.

            “Oh ,wait I forgot I’m talking to an oblivious,apathetic idiot.Nevermind.”

            lol, you go ahead and drink some more kool aid, I’m sure it’s safe, and you’re not getting your knickers in a twist over nothing.

          5. Woops! I’ll admit I’ve been skimming through your later replies,so huge mistake on my part,oh well…
            It’s funny you keep spouting I’m a sjw when I’m so far from it.Why exactly would I visit this site everyday since september If I was one? I simply go by a philosophy that may be foreign to you called humanism. I oppose unjustified austerity for anyone of any class,race etc. I guess basic common sense is just too hard for you to grasp.
            Your whole argument boils down to they all unequivocally deserved it…..
            So.. I’m done talking to a nazi
            Storm front might have more on the story and it’ll be written in the narrative of your liking.
            Buh-bye

  17. The root cause of the resentment is how is the police and the prisons are funded which is by quotas. It involves usually targeting blacks and the poor because it’s expected that no one will care which is mostly correct.
    America is fully submerged in a prison industrial complex. Even if all drugs were legalized tomorrow, nothing will change much
    There needs to be a new way in hiring and funding the police.

    Here’s some articles addressing the root cause.
    http://nypost.com/2015/03/31/disgruntled-cops-claim-precinct-ran-arrest-quota-board-game/
    http://www.alternet.org/civil-liberties/nypd-trial-police-say-they-are-forced-harass-kids-order-meet-quotas
    http://www.alternet.org/cop-admits-quotas-falsifying-charges-extorting-poor

  18. The same exact people who call for “safe spaces” are the same ones who think that looting is a valid form of political discourse.

  19. Must be so hard be a revolutionary mind like McInjosh while sitting on 400.000$ FemFreq managed to raise last year, thanks to people I cant even call retards because it would be a compliment.

  20. ,,,I’ve sloppily written an outline for a click-click project that involves FemFreq and specifically fullmcintosh,,,it involves th setup him and Uh-needa have spun around themselves…tweeted it a couple of times and if yer interested in an outside chance of smacking th’ faux-concearned stare off that little prick’s mug, then have a quick read,,,it aint too long,,, http://t.co/bUEUviVQGg

  21. The problem is that the people on the right in your country are afraid to threaten violent revolution against leftism, but your opponents aren’t. Many of the vermin are quite proud to call themselves radicals, so I don’t see why you can’t do the same

    Try it sometime – if they start shrieking about how you’re a hater and they’re being victimized, you’re doing it right

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