If you can’t catch this LIVE tonight at 11pm EST… I will once again be uploading the replay to FULL30. Hopefully this is a good conversation about something that annoys me to no end when talking with both new and long time creators of all niches.
I missed it last night, but I have started it this morning driving to work and unfortunately watching the city burn.
yeah, UGH, mentality of people is a bit crazy
This community in question has been rioting in the streets since the dawn of our nation. I would say that they have had varied levels of justification but, for some reason we act surprised when they do it.
Here is a quick reference for the uneducated. Forgive the annotations for east of use I pulled the information off of Wikipedia.
Nativist Period: 1700s–1860
- 1824: Providence, Rhode Island Hard Scrabble Riots
- 1829: Cincinnati riots of 1829 – Rioting against African Americans results in over a thousand leaving for Canada.
- 1829: Charlestown[ which? ] Anti-Catholic Riots
- 1831: Providence, Rhode Island
- 1834: Massachusetts Convent Burning
- 1834: Philadelphia pro-slavery riots
- 1834: New York City pro-slavery riots
- 1835: Boston pro-slavery riots
- 1835: Five Points Riot
- 1835: Snow Riot, Washington, D.C.
- 1836: Cincinnati riots of 1836 – Several anti-abolitionist riots
- 1841: Cincinnati, Ohio White Irish-descendant and Irish immigrant dock workers rioted against Black dock workers. When the Black dock workers banded together to defend their community from the approaching Whites, the White rioters retreated, commandeered a 6-pound cannon, and shot it through the streets of Cincinnati.
- 1844: Philadelphia Nativist Riots (May 6–8, July 5–8)
- 1851: Hoboken Anti-German Riot
- 1855: Louisville Anti-German Riots
Civil War Period: 1861–1865
Reconstruction Period: 1865–1877
Jim Crow Period: 1878–1914
- 1885: Anti-Chinese riot in Rock Springs, Wyoming Territory
- 1886: Seattle riot of 1886
- 1898: Wilmington Insurrection of 1898, white Democrats overthrew elected government and attacked blacks
- 1898: Lake City, South Carolina
- 1898: Greenwood County, South Carolina
- 1900: Robert Charles Riots
- 1900: New York City
- 1904: Springfield, Ohio Race Riot
- 1906: Springfield, Ohio Race Riot
- 1906: Atlanta Race Riot, whites against African Americans
- 1906: Brownsville, Texas
- 1907: Onancock, Virginia
- 1907: Pacific Coast Race Riots of 1907
- 1908: Springfield Race Riot of 1908
- 1909: Omaha, Nebraska anti-Greek riot
- 1910: Nationwide riots following the heavyweight championship fight between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries in Reno, Nevada on July 4
- 1910: Slocum, Texas
War and inter-war period: 1914–1945
- 1917: East St. Louis Riot
- 1917: 1917 Chester race riot
- 1917: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- 1917: Houston Riot
- Red Summer of 1919
- 1920: Ocoee Massacre
- 1921: Tulsa race massacre (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
- 1921: Springfield, Ohio Race Riot
- 1923: Rosewood massacre (Rosewood, Florida)
- 1927: Yakima Valley Anti-Filipino Riot
- 1928: Wenatchee Valley Anti-Filipino Riot
- 1929: Exeter Anti-Filipino Riot
- 1930: Watsonville Riots, Anti-Filipino riot which inspired race riots in San Francisco, Salinas and San Jose and attacks elsewhere.
- 1935: Harlem Riot of 1935
- 1943: Detroit Race Riot
- 1943: Beaumont Race Riot of 1943
- 1943: Harlem Riot of 1943
- 1943: Zoot Suit Riots
- 1944: Agana race riot
Postwar era: 1946–1954
Civil Rights and Black Power Movement’s Period: 1955–1977
- 1958: Battle of Hayes Pond (Maxton, North Carolina)
- 1962: Ole Miss riot, Oxford, Mississippi
- 1963: Birmingham Riot of 1963, Birmingham, Alabama
- 1963: Cambridge riot of 1963 (Cambridge, Maryland)
- 1963: Lexington Riot, Lexington, North Carolina
- 1964: Harlem Riot of 1964 (Harlem neighborhood, Manhattan, New York City)
- 1964: Rochester riot (Rochester, New York)
- 1964: Philadelphia 1964 race riot (North Philadelphia section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- 1965: Watts Riots (Watts neighborhood, Los Angeles, California)
- 1966: Division Street Riots (Humboldt Park neighborhood, Chicago, Illinois)
- 1966: Hough Riots (Hough community, Cleveland, Ohio)
- 1966: North Omaha, Nebraska (North Omaha community, Omaha, Nebraska)
Long Hot Summer of 1967
- 1967: Roxbury riots (Boston, Massachusetts)
- 1967: Tampa riots (Tampa, Florida)
- 1967: Texas Southern University Riot (Houston, Texas)
- 1967: 1967 Detroit riot (Detroit, Michigan)
- 1967: Buffalo riot (Buffalo, New York)
- 1967: Milwaukee Riot (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
- 1967: Minneapolis North Side Riots (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
- 1967: 1967 Newark riots (Newark, New Jersey)
- 1967: Plainfield riots (Plainfield, New Jersey)
- 1967: Cincinnati riots (Cincinnati, Ohio)
- Protests of 1968
- 1968: King assassination riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
- 1968: Glenville shootout and riot (Cleveland, Ohio)
- 1969: 1969 York Race Riot (York, Pennsylvania)
- 1970: May 11 Race Riot (Augusta, Georgia)
- 1970: Jackson State killings (Jackson, Mississippi)
- 1971: Camden riots (Camden, New Jersey)
- 1972–1977: Escambia High School riots (Pensacola, Florida)
- 1972: USS Kitty Hawk Riot (Coast of North Vietnam); October 12–13
- 1975: Chaffey High School Race Riot enhanced by local sniper (Ontario, California)
1978 to today
- 1978: Houston’s Moody Park on the first anniversary of Joe Campos Torres death.
- 1979: Great Brook Valley Projects Riots Worcester, Massachusetts, Puerto Ricans rioted
- 1980: Miami riots (Miami, Florida): Reactions following the acquittal of four Miami-Dade Police officers in the death of Arthur McDuffie.
- 1980: Chattanooga Riot (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
- 1984: Lawrence, Massachusetts Race Riot: A small scale riot centered at the intersection of Haverhill and railroad streets between working class whites and Hispanics; several buildings were destroyed by Molotov cocktails; August 8, 1984.
- 1989: Overtown Riot (Miami, FL) After a black motorcyclist was shot by a Hispanic police officer in the predominantly black community of Overtown, residents rioted for two nights. The officer was later convicted of manslaughter.
- 1990: Wynwood riot (Miami, FL) Puerto Ricans rioted after a jury acquitted six officers accused of beating a Puerto Rican drug dealer to death
- 1991: Crown Heights riot (Crown Heights neighborhood, Brooklyn, New York City), black anti-Jewish mob killed 2, injured 190.
- 1992: Los Angeles riots (Los Angeles, California): In reaction to the acquittal of all four LAPD officers involved in the videotaped beating of Rodney King, in addition to the Korean involved in the murder of Latasha Harlins; riots broke out mainly involving black and Latino youths in the black neighborhoods of South Central Los Angeles and Korean-American neighborhood of Koreatown before spreading to the rest of the city
- 1996: St. Petersburg riots (St. Petersburg, Florida): After Officer Jim Knight stopped 18 yr. old Tyron Lewis for speeding, he claimed to accidentally fire his weapon, fatally wounding the black teenager. Riots broke out, lasting 2 days.[ citation needed ]
- 2001: Cincinnati riots (Cincinnati, Ohio): In a reaction to the fatal shooting of an unarmed young black male, Timothy Thomas by Cincinnati police officer Steven Roach, riots broke out over the span of a few days.
- 2003: Benton Harbor riots (Benton Harbor, Michigan)
- 2005: 2005 Toledo riot (Toledo, Ohio): A race riot that broke out after a planned Neo-Nazi protest march through a black neighborhood.
- 2006: Fontana High School riot (Fontana, California): Riot involving about 500 Latino and black students
- 2006: Prison Race Riots (California): A war between Latino and black prison gangs set off a series of riots across California
- 2008: Locke High School riot (Los Angeles, California)
- 2009: 2009 Oakland riots (Oakland, California): Peaceful protests turned into rioting after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, Oscar Grant, by a BART transit policeman.
- 2014–2015: The Ferguson unrest, a series of riots break out in Ferguson, Missouri over the shooting of Michael Brown.
- 2015: The Death of Freddie Gray was an incident in which a suspect died in police custody and later protests turned into riots in Baltimore.
- 2016: The Shooting of Abdullahi Omar Mohamed sparked riots on the night of the shooting.
- 2020: the Death of George Floyd caused days of rioting in the Minneapolis-St Paul, MN metro area. This has further spread to the cities of NYC, LA, San Jose, San Francisco, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Detroit, Chicago, Washington DC, Charlottesville, Charlotte, Baltimore, Portland, Dallas, Denver, St Louis, New Orleans, Oakland, Cincinnati, Bakersfield, Seattle, Boston, Memphis, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Columbus, Kansas City, Sacramento, Omaha, Louisville, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Fort Worth, Richmond, Houston and many other major cities within the US. The riots are characterized by arson, looting, vandalism and destruction of police stations and precincts in each city.
This is much bigger than race, this man was slowly murdered with a jack boot on his neck
Can we not all see our nation is under a knee, suffocating, with some people saying you’re killing it, take its pulse?
No intent to trivialize, the intent is to raise up awareness, that is us, we are being suffocated
Ctac I didn’t watch this video, but a shadowban, its suffocating, face masks, 6 foot “safe zones” all suffocating, these riots
They are the message from America people
You’re killing me.
George Floyd may God rest your soul
Anti-law enforcement community. I have watched the films of the riots and there is nothing homogeneous about the rioters other than blaming the actions of a few on the totality of law enforcement. I’m ALL for police accountability, and shit needs to change but, stop destroying your local businesses and stealing shit because you are enraged. That behavior has been predictable and is in no way beneficial.
If you REALLY want to help your fellow man, step in when he is being killed by police and take action to stop it.
If you REALLY want to help your fellow man, vote out the monsters.
Surely you don’t favor them thugs trashing and stealing everything in sight. how is that a protest. that ended when the first window was broke. Them sorry POS are just there to create havoc and steal shit. they could care less about that dude that died. if they did they would be crying about all the ones that are killed by other blacks every day.
My personal opinion is the national guard should be brought in and tell them to go home or get shot. if they didn’t get the message and leave then shoot the bastards. someone has to get a handle on the situation, it’s apparent the democrat leaders in those states are not. remember these are the same creeps that want to take your guns.
I can’t watch that crap on the news, pisses me off to no end. the son of a bitches wanna act like animals they should be treated like animals. excuse my language too. When you take the authority away from the police then all hell will break loose, not saying that guy didn’t kill that dude. I don’t know but what they are doin has NOTHING to do with a protest.
I imagine most would change their mind about it too if you had a business they destroyed and stole everything in there. Forget all the sorry good for nothing trash, black and white. kill em all, let god sort em out.
I touched a cord apparently on this one, LOL… this replay has like 78 views already. I knew when I decided to cover this topic that some people were going to not get the point… which of course proves my point.
Surely not, its volatile for certain, I have compassion for the victim, concern for the officer who was fulfilling his training as I understand it, can’t even fathom doing that job to start with let alone know how to calm people who seem to want to set the world on fire, at this point your recommendation is possibly the best one, IDK
Not sure what you mean or to whom you refer, I simply tried to respectfully/truthfully tie your videos title to the conversation, I rarely manage any videos over 10 minutes and would guess I’m in the majority, I’d recommend a paragraph or two on the content to draw people in rather than click bait titles, can you sum up the videos title with how this thread makes your point of people not getting the point?
wasn’t a reference to anyone on THIS thread man just in general but context matters and you are right, most are not in it long enough to get the context… or maybe not educated enough in the creator space to get it either.
guess what i am saying is, that particular content and much i do is a very narrow market, comes with the territory unfortunately, no biggie though because i love doing it