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"A white woman called police on black people barbecuing. This is how the community responded"

CNN, May 22, 2018

By

Doug Eiderzen, May 28, 2018

(Discussion Number 4)



Before we get into the gist of this article, I must say that I love how the mainstream media (CNN, MSNBC, GMA, HuffPost, Yahoo, CBS News, etc) put together the titles to articles written. Much of the time the title does not even reflect the actuality of the article itself. In many cases, the article`s title is as far away from what the actual article happens to be about or say as the Challenger Deep`s sea floor is from the ocean`s surface.

So, let us take a look at the writing. I believe the entire premise of the article can be summed up with one statement: Just whom was obeying the law and just whom was not obeying the law. `It all started on April 29, when a white woman reportedly called police on a few black people who, she said, were using a charcoal grill in an area where it was banned, according to CNN affiliate KRON.` Well, the blacks were certainly charcoal grilling in an area where the use of charcoal for grilling is most assuredly forbidden by public law. Again let us ask the question, just whom was obeying the law and just whom was not obeying the law? Was the white woman in the wrong? According to the law of Oakland, California, the white woman was not wrong. Were the initial BBQing black people in the wrong? Yes, according to the law of Oakland, California.

Why was this law written? I really have no idea. However, a person has to surmise such a law was written to support what`s best for the public interest.

Let us take into consideration the issue of citizen involvement. Does law enforcement want the help of the citizen? Of course law enforcement does. For the citizen to stop and render aid at the scene of an accident happens to be the truest spirit of people and law enforcement working hand in hand for the betterment of the public. One more example might be the neighborhood watch groups showing citizens and law enforcement working together to prevent crime. I think it is safe to say, law enforcement agencies` rely on individual citizens to help policing organizations` enforce the laws that are written.

As to the charcoal grilling where said grilling is not allowed, hence, when the police arrived, the individuals could have relocated to the appropriate area and went on with the living of life. Alas, not in this case. `The event, dubbed ‘BBQing While Black,` was one community`s powerful response to what many perceived as yet another example of everyday racism.` Thus, it is now `everyday racism` for someone to call the police on individuals` breaking the law?

"It was disgusting and infuriating. Also, very offensive," Jhamel Robinson, a graphic designer who helped organize the "BBQing While Black" event, told CNN. "But the video also inspired us to take action to show the togetherness in our community." Then, it is disgusting and infuriating and offensive for blacks to have to obey the law? Is that what Mr. Robinson is saying? And some video has inspired the blacks of Oakland, California to come together as a community to support blacks breaking the law? People, in regard to this complete state of affairs, this is exactly what Mr. Robinson, a "BBQing While Black" event organizer is saying, blacks do not have to obey the law: To read the above referenced CNN article written by Gianluca Mezzofiore (and God only knows where he, she, it happens to be from), this is exactly the general idea of the writing: Blacks do not have to obey the law.

`Prominent activist Angela Davis even came, he [sic] said. ‘It was a day of love and unity."` This is truly a kind and affectionate statement coming from Ms. Davis. One should research (aka, Google) political activist Ms. Angela Davis: former member of the communist party; associated with the Black Panther Party; associated with Jim Jones and his Jonestown and Peoples Temple and on and on and on.

As always, we should never ever forget that diversity is our strength.



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Dr. Eiderzen's Articles

"AAF`s reported payroll issues-why Colin Kaepernick was right to balk at league"

by

Charles Robinson, NFL columnist, Yahoo Sports, Feb 19, 2019

"LeBron James on NFL settlement: `I stand with Kaep"`

by

Ben Weinrib, Yahoo Sports, Feb 16, 2019

"Hillary Clinton blames gutting of Voting Rights Act for her 2016 loss"

by

Hunter Walker, White House Correspondent, Yahoo, March 3, 2019


By

Doug Eiderzen, March 12, 2019

(Discussion Number 23)




"21 Savage `wasn`t hiding` being British, feared deportation"

Associated Press, February 15, 2019


By

Doug Eiderzen, February 19, 2019

(Discussion Number 22)




"Joe Biden: White America `has to admit there`s still a systemic racism"`

John Verhovek, Good Morning America, January 21, 2019


By

Doug Eiderzen, February 2, 2019

(Discussion Number 21)




"John Kelly Is Sad Women Are No Longer `Sacred.` Women Are Not That Sad."

Emma Gray, HuffPost, October 19, 2017


By

Doug Eiderzen, January 15, 2019

(Discussion Number 20)




"To Our People and Our Leaders"
By

Doug Eiderzen, December 28, 2018

(Discussion Number 19)




"Major Points of Interest and Thoughts to Absorb"

Reference toward Part One and Part Two: "The Traditional Being of Pure Citizenry"


By

Doug Eiderzen, December 14, 2018

(Discussion Number 18)




"Part Two: The Traditional Being of Pure Citizenry"
By

Doug Eiderzen, November 24, 2018

(Discussion Number 17)




"Part One: The Traditional Being of Pure Citizenry"
By

Doug Eiderzen, November 5, 2018

(Discussion Number 16)




"A vote for a Democrat is a vote for..."
By

Doug Eiderzen, October, 15, 2018

(Discussion Number 15)




"Rep. Steve King touts `Western civilization` while defending incendiary immigration tweet"

By Gabby Kaufman

Yahoo News, March 13, 2017


By

Doug Eiderzen, October 5, 2018

(Discussion Number 14)




"Variations on a Theme, Disciplines of Life and Euro-Americaneuropeanism."
By

Doug Eiderzen, September 25, 2018

(Discussion Number 13)




`Don`t Use Mollie` To Push Racism, Says Dad Who Points To `Heartless` Donald Trump Jr.

Mary Papenfuss, HuffPost, September 2, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, September 4, 2018

(Discussion Number 12)




"Laura Ingraham slams `racist freak` and white nationalists after comments spark immigration controversy"

Chris Riotta, The Independent, August 10, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, August 17, 2018

(Discussion Number 11)




"Right-wing websites target New York Times` new writer over what they call `anti-white` tweets."`

Hope Schreiber, Writer, Yahoo Lifestyle, August 2, 2018

"Sarah Jeong: New York Times journalist who tweeted `cancel white people` is victim of `dishonest` trolls, claims former employer."

Jon Sharman, The Independent, August 3, 2018

"NY Times defends hiring reporter who mocked white people in tweets."

Daily Mail, August 2, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, August 5, 2018

(Discussion Number 10)




"`We`re in the midst of an all-out assault on human dignity`: Joe Biden"

Justin Doom, Good Morning America, July 21, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, July 24, 2018

(Discussion Number 9)




"Dershowitz calls out MSNBC host, talks about Martha Vineyard fallout"

By Lukas Mikelionis, Fox News

"Texas teen says he had drink thrown at him at Whataburger because he was wearing pro-Trump hat"

By Greg Norman, Fox News

"`F*** You Melanie`: Kathy Griffin Blasts `Complicit` Melania Trump For Family-Separating Immigration Statement"

By Benjamin Fearnow, Newsweek, June 17, 2018

"Peter Fonda Apologizes for `Highly Inappropriate` Barron Trump Tweet: `I Went Way Too Far"`

Trey Williams, The Wrap, June 20, 2018

"Michelle Wolf Urges People To Heckle Ivanka Trump In A Very Specific Way"

By Ed Mazza, HuffPost, July 1, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, July 10, 2018

(Discussion Number 8)




"European Disciplines of Life and Disciplines of Function"
By

Doug Eiderzen, June 28, 2018

(Discussion Number 7)




"Robert De Niro throws F-bombs at Trump during Tony Awards"

By Lukas Mikelionis | Fox News

"Parkland High School Students Get Standing Ovation at Tonys After Drama Teacher Honored (Video)"

The Wrap, By Jennifer Maas, June 10, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, June 15, 2018

(Discussion Number 6)



"Starbucks tells employees: Let anyone use the restroom"

Associated Press, May 11, 2018

"Handcuffing of 2 black men in Starbucks in Philadelphia called `reprehensible outcome` by CEO"

By M.L. Nestel, Apr 15, 2018

"Starbucks manager who made call resulting in black men`s arrests no longer works for company"

By Bill Hutchinson and Matthew Stone, Apr 16, 2018

"Howard Schultz says Starbucks manager showed her own `unconscious bias` -- and possibly `racial profiling"`

By Rachel Siegel April 18


By

Doug Eiderzen, June 7, 2018

(Discussion Number 5)




"Confederate statue toppled at North Carolina rally"

M.L. Mestel, Good Morning America, August 15, 2017

"Durham DA drops all charges in Confederate monument toppling case"

Alfred Charles, Online Managing Editor, February 20, 2018

"Judge Tells Durham GOP Why He Didn`t Convict Protesters Charged with Toppling a Confederate Monument"

Sarah Willets, March 9, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, May 10, 2018

(Discussion Number 3)




"Advertisers Ditching Laura Ingraham`s Show Over Attack On Parkland Survivor"

Hayley Miller, HuffPost, March 29, 2018

"March for Our Lives will `start a revolution,` Parkland school-shooting survivor says" By Mark Osborne, March 24, 2018


By

Doug Eiderzen, April 28, 2018

(Discussion Number 2)




"Matt Lauer may lose ownership of his farm amid sexual misconduct allegations" by Chelsea Ritschel and "Celebrities react to Matt Lauer`s firing amid sexual misconduct allegations" by Taryn Ryder, Writer, Yahoo Entertainment & Lifestyle
By Doug Eiderzen, April 13, 2018

(Discussion Number 1)




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