Get Out Of Here, A Newly Renamed Facebook Group Is Seeking “justice” For The Two Men Who Murdered Ahmaud Arbery 😏😏

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The following post belongs to Jemar Tisby. I agree 100% with what he wrote. I just checked and this group now has 35,000 members. The KKK was once a church group and our founding fathers were slaveholding Christian men. This once again shows the long history of white supremacy and the American church.😏😏

 "This newly renamed Facebook group is seeking “justice” for the two men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery. There is A LOT going on in the group’s description of itself, but let’s look at one part. It identifies the perpetrators as “2 God-fearing men.” Which god do they fear? Certainly not the one who made all human beings in God’s image and likeness. White faith communities have always been essential in creating and maintaining white supremacy either by promoting it or staying silent about it (which has the same effect)."

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  1. Ms. Ann, we have never served the same God as white people and that’s quite obvious in the way they’ve acted since forever, colonizing, killing and every other thing that the Bible says is a sin and doing so with them saying they love God ����������������

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    1. In Christ, there is no Jew or Greek, male or female BLACK OR WHITE! God is holy, is no respecter of persons, Jesus died for all sinners period. All white people saved or not aren't bad, all black people saved or not aren't good. And remember 2 things, KKK stated by the DEMOCRATIC party, opposed our right to vote and there was a Muslim slave trade long before the Europeans. Jesus said you will know His followers by their LOVE, obviously these men have none!.

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    2. Answer me this. Why do Black people have a problem with a racist calling himself "God fearing" for killing an innocent black man, but change their tone when considering Rue Paul (a flaming homosexual) saying he believes in God despite his abominable lifestyle?

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    3. That is a dumb (ignorant) statement.

      My European white wife serves the SAME GOD/JESUS that I do.

      Did the light come on yet??

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  2. Of course they'd have a support group. White supremacists support each other. Christians against google? What did Google ever do but keep the masses informed? I'm tired y'all.

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  3. Lets not clump all white people together because of the actions of a few. Please lets stay away from the rhetoric KKK white supremacy, and talk about different God. Its obvious these vigilantes took law onto their own hands which was wrong. And anyone who support their actions got a problem. I almost hate to say this but a lot of vigilantism is going on in our community as well.

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    1. ??? Would you provide a few examples of vigilantism in our community, please?

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    2. What's that guy name in Baltimore a few years back who waged a war against those drug dealers? You know who I'm talking about?

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    3. No. I honestly do not. Now, I do recall years back that a young White man from Australia was out jogging and a group of young Black teens (who had a gun) shot and killed him. However, their motive to shoot at him, and unfortunately kill him, had nothing to do with his race. If I recall correctly, they claimed that they were target practicing or some other nonsense. Ah! I found the article! Look this up; "Chris Lane murder: Life sentence overturned for teenager who killed Australian." It was just SO unnecessary and senseless. Everyone's life involved was ruined.

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    4. His name is Mausean Carter.

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    5. Thanks, Anonymous 4:18. However, I don't see the similarities. But, that's me.

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    6. They both took the law in their own hands, whether justifiable or not.

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  4. Riding behind him to see where he goes is ok with me.
    Riding behind him and calling the police is even better.
    Riding out, calling the police, jumping out the car with your rifle while the person behind you videos and the other person ready’s there pistol and then shoots and kills an unarmed man is NOT ok with me.
    I can’t believe we are here AGAIN with this scenario.
    And here is the kicker America, its funny how one could be so anti abortion (murder) yet say absolutely nothing when an unarmed person of color is killed (murder). BOTH are wrong, BOTH are sin, yet only one is worthy of protesting and being outraged in most evangelical bible thumping eyes. Kudos to the leader of the Southern Baptist Church for immediately coming out and condemning this (cause all other evangelicals like Graham and Falwell and Trumps mighty prayer warrior Paula White have absolutely NOTHING to say).
    Im so sick of this!

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    1. It really funny how some be so anti-MURDER white racist kills black, yet say ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about ABORTION (murder). If you're going to make a point of comparison, do it COMPLETLY. Then others may take you seriously.

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    2. Dumb a** abortions is legal in America, killing a blackman because you want to is illegal.

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    3. Look ungodly heathen...just because its legal dosen't mean it's MORAL. SLAVERY at one time was legal too MULE! So before you call some one a dummy, look in the mirror and note the DONKEY there!

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    4. You are absolutely correct. Such a sad situation. But why don't we as a people and the church address the larger problem: US KILLING US?

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    5. EXACTLY!!

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    6. @BaptDeacon; How come the issue is never addressed about "them killing them?" White people murder each other far more than Blacks murder Blacks.

      Ya know what's shocking to me? It's how many of these young kids thought the struggle was over! I don't know if it was the election of Barack Obama, etc. But, the work is FAR from over. While we know that we rightfully should be equal in all respects, etc the reality is that we all must still be in the fight. There has always been a faction (which has been released by Trump) that has always been looking to return the USA back to the "good ole days" thus the "Make America Great Again" slogan. When was America "great" for the American Black population? Rather, it has been each progressive decade that has brought about better conditions for the Black people of this nation.

      I do so hope that there will be justice in this incident. But, if nothing more comes out of this then the reawakening of Blacks to become more active and politically involved, then this young man's death will not have been in vain.

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    7. Why would I worry about "them killing them?" I agree the work is far from being over. That "faction"was there long before Trump and will be there when he's gone. I remember segregated bathrooms and water fountains which I have taught my children and grandchildren. I am crazy enough to believe justice will be done and hopefully we as a people will wake up.

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    8. The reason they don't address "them killing them" is because they view themselves as Americans, citizens of a nation. We somehow view ourselves in terms of a community, a people within a nation. I'm not saying that's good or bad one way or the other. So when we address ourselves as a community, a people, we speak in terms of the things we do to help our people. Thus the black church, our political.leaders, our children etc. That said I think BapttDeacon is 100% correct. We talk about our issues, our women having the right to an abortion, our children getting educated, our health issues, white supremacy, white racism, police brutality, profiling, discrimination, but we OMIT to have an in depth discussion on BLACK ON BLACK CRIME!

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  5. I am African American my husband is Caucasian. We have a Multi Cultural diversity family.We find this crime repulsive. We both are Federal Law Enforcement Officers.This is a sad and hurtful.Don't say that all Caucasians people hate African Americans. This young man didn't deserve to die he is a AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN CHILD I KNOW HOW SHE FEELS.

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    1. I applaud you and your family.

      I'm black...AND "NOT" AFRICAN AMERICAN...wasn't born there nor have I EVER been there, (and probably... neither have you) ** I say that RESPECTFULLY.

      However, I have a BEAUTIFUL Biracial family. My wife is European and I'm "Black"...Not trying to be insulting.

      I just know who I am in Christ Jesus because HE has blessed me and my family...not because of our skin color. Amen!

      I'm just saying. (If this doesn't get deleted)

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