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    Protesters storm Apple store and Macy’s in third day of anti-racist demonstrations in NY

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 8:18 am

    The black people engaging in these riots, protesting and looting are CREATING racism. People who didn’t even think about racial differences before, now don’t like them because of how they act. Their actions are different than whites in a very bad way, and they’ll be judged by those actions, and seen as different. They’re causing exactly what they complain about. I doubt many of them would care, though, as being the victim is their goal. They can blame everything bad that happens in their lives on whitey and racism. They don’t have to be accountable for their own actions and lifestyles that way. What they are doing to the black community and race relations in this country is really sad.

    Protesters have staged a third night of rallies in New York following a grand jury’s decision not to indict white police officer Daniel Pantaleo over the chokehold that killed black father-of-six Eric Garner.

    Authorities attempted to appease the crowds by insisting prosecutors will consider charges against the officer who fatally shot 28-year-old Brooklyn father Akai Gurley in November.

    And Eric Garner’s daughter, Erica, revealed she does not believe racism played a role in her father’s death.

    However, hundreds of people gathered at various locations in the city – and elsewhere across the United States – to denounce the use of deadly force against minorities, which they believe to be motivated attacks under the guise of control.

    More than one hundred people stormed into an Apple Store on Central Park South and Fifth Avenue to stage a brief ‘die-in,’ sprawling on the floor of the crowded showroom as shoppers and employees watched.

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