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RACIST UNIVERSITY? Do Administrators Want White Fraternities to Be Safer Than Black Ones?

by Mike Martin
Clash Daily Contributor

Racist North Carolina State University is endangering black students that belong to black Fraternities . . .
North Carolina State University is discriminating against historically Black Fraternities by keeping White Fraternities safer than they are keeping Black Fraternities. They have banned alcohol at all white frats, which should statistically keep them safer from drunk driving deaths, as well as other alcohol related accidents.
I find it amazing that this racist behavior has not been properly reported in the mainstream media. The main stream media attempts to explain this by saying that the white frats are being punished, when in fact they are being made safer than the black frat students. Amazing, simply amazing, that there haven’t been riots and protests by the black students over this obvious favoritism being show to the white students. This not only makes them safer, but makes them less likely to be involved in other illegal activities like rape, and disturbing the peace .
Feds are setting up local cops to be the victims for stopping law abiding drivers… 

The FEDS are telling banks that they should report withdrawals of over $5,000 from the banks. Never mind that they already report large money movement, they now want it done on an immediate basis to the local police who may now suspect that you are going to use the money in the drug trade. If they suspect that it is drug money they can/will confiscate it for their own use and you would have to take them to court to get it back, which won’t happen because suspicion is now enough to violate your 4th amendment rights  against illegal search and seizures.
Lets try a little statistical analysis. I have been pulled over two times that I recall since I moved to Texas. Once for not wearing my seat belt ( + 5mph over speed limit ),and once for going 55 in a 40 mph zone. Now I stopped right under the 55 mph speed limit sign and I did accelerate to 55 once I saw the sign. I have lived in Texas for about 7 years or 2555 days. 2/2555 equals about 8 chances in 100,000 that I would be pulled over on any given day. Round that up to 1 chance in 10,000.

Now, I don’t have much money, but if I could afford to withdraw $10,000 and leave the bank with the cash and get pulled over by the police then there could be 9,999 out of 10,000 that they would be after the money.  Now you can do your own math based on how often you drive and how often you are pulled over. But would you be suspicious if the police pulled you over on the one day you are carrying a lot of $.
You may then be fearful that the (armed) police are planning on confiscating (stealing) your money and this may color your actions or re-actions. I would not like being the policeman who pulled someone over just when they happened to have a large sum of cash on them and who is now inordinately afraid of you and can ill afford to have his $ stolen . . . err . . . confiscated over suspicion that it was/is drug money. Whereas we usually give the police a large portion of the benefit of doubt about their actions in dealing with citizens, would it now be justified to give citizens a large portion of the benefit of doubt if they are dealing with the police under this particular set of circumstances ?

Lord, please protect our police officers from the idiot politicians who put them in no win situations while violating our constitution, in Christ’s name I pray. Amen


mike martinMike Martin thanks you for the opportunity to express “different points of views”, and if you were to ask his family they would probably tell you that he’s as different as they come….


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