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00:00:00
body and welcome back to T defense.
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Talk home with the real Miami Dolphin fans.
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We are live here on Friday morning, Ladies and gentlemen.
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Yes, we're at the end of the week.
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It is september 11th, 2000 and 20.
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1st and foremost.
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We want to recognize that on this day many years ago, there was a tragedy that happened in our country.
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And that tragedy actually brought us closer and closer together.
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Um, in a in a moment of unity on and it's kind of crazy how tragedy typically brings us all together, ladies and gentlemen.
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And on this day, this show is going to be about a group of men coming together to have a unified message for our nation and efforts to bring us together and promote change.
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Ladies and gentlemen, the Miami Dolphins yesterday made me a proud fan of the team with their powerful message about the national anthem this year.
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And it is entitled, We'll just stay inside if you haven't seen it yet.
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We're about to check it out, Alright, So without further ado, I'm gonna go ahead and get right in on it.
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Is it authentic? That's the mystery.
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Or is it just another symbolic victory.
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Now there's two anthems.
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Do we meal? Do we say if we could just right our wrongs, we wouldn't need to songs.
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We don't need another publicity parade, so we'll just stay inside until it's time to play the game.
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Whatever happened to the funds that were promised? All of a sudden, we got a class pocket.
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The bottom line should not be in that profit.
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You can't open.
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Your heart was controlled by your wallet, decals and passes.
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Fireworks and trumpets were not.
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Puppets don't publicize false budgets.
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Ask the pundits and we shouldn't have a say.
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If you speak up a change, then I shut up and play.
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If we remain silent, that would just be selfish.
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Since they don't have a voice, we're speaking up for the helpless.
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It's not enough to act like you care for the troops.
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Millions for pregame patriots.
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You get paid to salute, lift every voice insane.
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It's just a way to save face, lose the mask and stop hiding the real game face.
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So my dad was a soldier, but the cops killed my brother.
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Do I stand for one actor and then kneel for the other.
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This attempt to unify on creates mortified, So we'll skip the song and dance.
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And as a team will stay inside, we need change hearts, not just a response to pressure enough.
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No more fluff and empty gestures.
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We need owners with influence and pockets bigger than ours to call up.
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Officials inflicts political power when education is not determined by where we reside.
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Can we have the means to purchase with the doctor prescribed and you fight for prison reform and innocent lives and you repair the communities that were tossed to the side and you admit you gain from it and you swallow your prime and when greed is not the compass, but love is the guy and when, of course, don't punish skin code but punish the crime.
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Until then, we'll just skip the long production and stands up.
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For centuries, we've been trying to make you aware either you're in denial or just simply don't really care.
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It's not a black white thing or a left right thing.
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Let's clean the whole bird and stop arguing about which wing before the media starts wondering and guessing.
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They just answered all your questions.
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We'll just stay inside.
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Powerful, powerful, powerful man.
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That's the powerful, powerful powerful.
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That is a powerful message from the Miami Dolphins.
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Ma'am, where do I even begin on this one, man? Where do I even begin? Guys, basically.
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And this is why I respect Brian Florida so much being a leader of men, he found a way to get a message across to eliminate the controversy and staying for something.
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He got the message across by delivering a message such as that one.
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No controversy, because they're not gonna be out on the field anyway, and they'll just stay inside.
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And a lot of people lately I've been hearing people say, then I mean, what is this all for? What? What is what is the goal? What are they trying to accomplish? And I don't know. I'm gonna be honest.
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I rarely hear a lot of the goals out there, but these guys just named a lot of these guys named a lot of them, and that's why it actually it is very powerful.
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So if e don't want people to just listen to this and just listen to this nothing play.
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I'm gonna goto specific mask and stop hiding.
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My brother do I stand for one at this attempt to unify? A.
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So we'll skip the song.
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We'll stay inside.
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We need change hearts, your response to pressure.
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You say we need change hearts, not just the response to pressure.
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See, because that's what the NFL players are starting to feel like.
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Nobody's heart is being changed.
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They're just acting accordingly, based off the pressure off protests, the pressure off, wanting to maybe not play the game.
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And this is also a message to the NFL owners.
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We need you to do something. Mawr.
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This is This is what's the beautiful part of it.
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They're actually listing specific things we don't need.
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We don't need a response to what we do.
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We actually need change of hearts.
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What else do they need? Enough.
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No more fluff and empty gestures.
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We need no more fluff and empty gestures.
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Don't tell us all we care, and we're gonna do something about it.
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And then nothing happens.
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Owners with influence and pockets bigger than ours.
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We need owners with influence in pockets that are bigger than ours because they could make a simple phone call and led to legislator, because the more money you have the more power you have.
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I think everybody knows that they're actually listening specific things here to call up officials inflicts political power when education is not determined by where we resign.
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Powerful Vinoy When engine Now they're listing actual things.
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So for all y'all who are who are mindless off what people want to change, Calvin Noida said, Where education is not determined by where we live because if you're oblivious to an education is different, depending on where you live.
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Some places allow specific education, financial education, um, specific Taylor education that can end up having some Children grow up with an advantage over others based versus a basic general education where they're not teaching you how to be successful in the future.
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They're not helping make you financially literate.
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Matter of fact, not only that, you have more resource is in certain areas due to where the funding is allocated to where some kids get a better education, where the classroom sizes are 15 to 1, versus in some places it being 25 to 1.
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That's a difference.
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I love him.
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Venue Way said that when the level of education is not determined by where you reside, that is huge, and we have the means to purchase with the doctor prescribed and you fight for prison reform and innocent lives.
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And you repair the communities that were tossed to the side fight for prison reform.
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Because I know even our president now put the put prison a level of prison reform in place.
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But that's not even the tip of the iceberg.
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There's so much more prison reform that has to take place to really make change, because there is disproportionate out here that are vastly vastly discriminatory.
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Bond.
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You admit you gain from it and you swallow your prime.
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And when greed is not the compass, but love is the guy and when, of course, don't punish skin color but punish the crime when the courts don't punish skin color but punish the crime.
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See, some people would tell me TV will some people with certain skin color commit more crime? That ain't what they're saying.
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That's not what they're saying.
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What they're saying is, if somebody was blue and the other person was purple, it should not be a situation where they commit the same crime in the person that's blue is literally getting one year in prison and the person that's purple is getting 10 years.
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That's what they're saying.
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See these air specific actions of equality that they are fighting for? It should not matter the skin of your color that determines your punishment.
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You're this color, so we're gonna let you out on probation.
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But you're this color, and we're gonna go ahead and give you five years.
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That should not determine your punishment.
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Skin color.
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It shouldn't at all.
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So, yeah, we're oblivious to what they're actually fighting for when they say equality.
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This is what we're talking about.
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This is what they're talking about.
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This is the message.
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They're trying to help people understand.
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It makes no sense.
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Were all football fans.
00:10:48
Do you think it's fair that on Sunday they're gonna automatically get the Patriots 30 points to start out with in the dolphin zero? No, you're not gonna watch that crap.
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You're not gonna watch that crap.
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Every opponent we play, they give 30.
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But the dolphins, you get zero to start the game.
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You're not gonna watch that crap because it's not fair.
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And this is the nation we live in.
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Where skin color can determine the length of senses that you receive, and all you have to do is if you don't believe that, go do your research for the same crime.
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There is a certain race groups that are sentenced harsher, much harsher than other races.
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And this is the equality that that we're talking about and they're being very specific.
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That's what I like about it.
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This isn't just oh, we're standing up against injustice and we're going to stay inside.
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No, we're standing up against this that that this this that that this they are listing some specific and tangible things I actually have to back up for a second because something else was said that I think I skipped just now swallowed your prime.
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And when greed is not the compass and you admit you gain from it and you swap to the side and the communities that were tossed to the side and prepare the community innocent lives and you repair the community, you fight for prison reform and innocent lives, and you repair the communities that were tossed to the side.
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You repair the communities that were tossed to the side.
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What do you mean talks to the side.
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There are some communities that are struggling and have been struggling forever.
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Let me tell you all a little something about the game with wealthy, wealthy individuals and gentrification and things like that.
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Let me put some of y'all upon game and help you understand how this works.
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There is a system in play out here and hey, I'll actually quote Jay Z.
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Jay Z said that it's actually a brilliant plan, but so messed up, and some of y'all who are oblivious to it I'm actually put you on game real quick and how it works.
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So what you do is you take a specific area of a city in today's world.
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Unfortunately, predominantly, predominantly African American, you place 70% of the police officers in that area, even though it's on Lee, 20% of the landmass of that city.
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You play 70% of law enforcement in there, which means you're gonna have mawr crime out of that area.
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That's caught because the other areas you're not gonna have a much crime car because you don't have it is many enforces.
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So now we just talked about people getting unfair sentences.
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Now, in a lot of times.
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It's a male offender.
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Now that male offender is no longer home with the family.
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That male offender is in prison, probably five years more than his counterpart, away from his family, unable to provide and produce funds that will allow them to have a sustainable life.
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The mother and Children at home are struggling.
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Can't afford the resource Is northern education or the assets that will secure amazing future for them of productive, prosperous future? For them? Yeah, they're subject to crime in the then you take away ownership and you create renting and government assistance, housing, food, steps and all of those programs.
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You over saturate the area with all of that.
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So there's no wealth, no business, no no economic success in those areas.
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And when you have no economic success in those areas and people who don't own their own stuff to take pride in it, it starts to become run down, and you have people struggling to pay their bills with no jobs and no means to do so, which results in Mawr and Mawr and Mawr crime.
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It's a ripple effect.
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It creates warm or, um or crime.
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On top of that, they're not getting any education for the next generation to live above that.
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All they know is poverty and crime.
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So that's all they will produce in the future.
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In a select few, a hand handful of of of a group of 100 every time a handful does better but still has to navigate through the system and all of the things that can trip him up in life.
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So what happens all of a sudden property taxes in that run down raggedy, raggedy beat up dirty area? Because that's what happens.
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It runs down robberies, murders, and nothing gets taken care of.
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And it looks like what our president would call ******* Fix it gets run down.
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So you gotta area where you might have paid $1200 in rent for 22 and now it's so run down you can get it for $600 a month.
00:17:08
All the property of ownership goes down drastically, but who wants to buy in that area? And on No.
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One? Because they don't even have the sources to buy the cheap.
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The cheap asset that they don't even realize is in front of them because they don't even have the financial education to realize that Then all of a sudden your millionaire and billionaire investors come in and start buying up the trash.
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Your millionaire investor buys this apart this trash apartment complex by the whole strip of houses that were foreclosed for pennies on the dollar.
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They buy all the vacant land up, and what do they do? They changed that $600 rent toe $1800 and those who do on their property, the property taxes start to increase in the area.
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You know why? Because the mayor of the city starts talking about changes on the way we're putting more.
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Police were putting Mawr fire departments.
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Now we're having, um, community development projects.
00:18:27
And how do you pay for that increased property taxes.
00:18:32
Now those low income, uneducated individuals, all because of the system, are forced to either move out or commit even war crimes just to keep up with the increased cost of living, which which makes the cycle accelerate of Mawr prison mawr government assistance until that area is all about up inexpensive.
00:19:01
It's committee trash area expensive.
00:19:06
Now the population of a specific group starts to dwindle.
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They start spreading out and moving to other cities.
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Now you see the beautiful buildings coming.
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Now you see the brand new homes coming.
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Now you see, and none of them can afford these things the new ones.
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In over a 20 year period, that entire area is transformed into a beautiful, luxurious place in sad thing about it.
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Majority of them are right close to downtown, so the cost is even mawr.
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Most of them are right in downtown's close to downtown areas, so the cost is even mawr when they fix it up and it looks all pretty and they rotate all those individuals up out of there over time.
00:19:57
And now it's the old oasis of a different demographic of people, and it's called gentrification.
00:20:07
It's a brilliant plan, but heartless.
00:20:12
That's what Jay Z said in his newest album, and he's right.
00:20:18
It's a brilliant plan, but heartless.
00:20:20
If you have the assets in the education to recognize it's a brilliant plan, go buy up the hood, go buy up the project.
00:20:31
Developments go buy up.
00:20:36
Do you know that I believe it's in Detroit? There are three families in the entire city of Detroit that own 90% off the properties in Detroit is the achievement place.
00:20:52
You could find real estate right now.
00:20:54
Do you see what's happening? It's about to happen to Detroit. Eventually.
00:20:58
They have run it down so much, how come they run it down? And it is a terrible place.
00:21:04
It but three Matt Major families own 90% of the property in Detroit.
00:21:11
But you didn't know that three families on 90% of all the property, and they're sitting on it waiting for it to run down to the max.
00:21:20
Then they're gonna put all their money on rebuilding it, and they may be the next billionaires and trillion years.
00:21:27
It's a genius plan, but heartless.
00:21:31
They're preying on the weak and praying on the system to do what it does to continue to keep a certain group of people down as they rise up.
00:21:45
And that's what the grander scheme of things is.
00:21:49
What these Miami Dolphins air talking about, rebuild these communities that have been Tauron down, but not in the form of gentrification.
00:22:01
Give these families the proper education.
00:22:04
Give these families the proper resource is and yes, I agree.
00:22:14
Chalk those low property taxes go to the school system, and it's not even enough then when you raise the property taxes, not even going to the school system.
00:22:30
They're keeping the same low budget for the school system.
00:22:34
But they're putting it into the city for re gentrification.
00:22:39
You know how many hoods back home in South Florida that every time I go down and see my parents, I'm like, Wow, look at all these signs that say Change is coming and all these new developments popping up and you've got certain people jogging in what I used to call the hood, and I'm like, Wow, that would have been impossible in the mass.
00:23:02
They just out here running and jogging, Dr Green said.
00:23:09
No TV.
00:23:10
They just spending wisely.
00:23:11
Brilliant plan, cold blooded.
00:23:14
We waste our money trying to make somebody love us because of our education.
00:23:20
Dr.
00:23:24
Green, we're not teaching our Children at a young age.
00:23:27
The power of money, the importance off saving your money, the importance of building credit and wealth so they're not spending it wisely.
00:23:40
They need to spend it on education.
00:23:45
It's not just a spinning and making bad decisions.
00:23:48
People use it.
00:23:50
Typically, people make bad decisions because they're ignorant of the outcome.
00:24:03
They're ignorant of the outcomes.
00:24:05
Shout out to my brother breeder g.
00:24:06
In the comments section, he quoted what Bobby McCain said, If you speak up for change, I'll shut up and play because they've been told so many times.
00:24:16
Shut up and play Then who's going to speak for those people who's going to speak for those people? And Bobby said it straight out.
00:24:30
If you speak up, then I'll shut up and play.
00:24:34
And this is also a message to the owners.
00:24:37
They This message also was heavy to the owners.
00:24:40
If you speak up that all play, you have bigger pockets to me, you have more influence to me.
00:24:47
You could make one phone call toe legislators and and push for change, and they will listen to you.
00:24:55
But they won't listen to me.
00:25:03
They won't.
00:25:08
It's crazy to me and I love it shaped money.
00:25:13
You're right.
00:25:14
On this day, on every channel in every news station, they're gonna remember 9 11 but they don't want you to remember all the equalities that are going on.
00:25:39
It's crazy to me, man.
00:25:45
I'm sorry, bro, but I have to respond to this comment your idea, said Brother.
00:25:50
As a dude that's been in the hood, I'm tired of this.
00:25:55
Bs, politics and sports If you ain't gonna tell our community to stop the crime of our community.
00:26:02
I live here in Broward County when Elena W.
00:26:07
Eight bro.
00:26:09
That's where I was born and raised.
00:26:10
Broward County, Hollywood, Florida Politics is needed in sports.
00:26:19
We're so caught up on telling our own community to start killing themselves, but we don't care why they're doing it.
00:26:27
I don't understand that.
00:26:31
We know that there is, ah, bad thing of us killing ourselves.
00:26:36
Well, why are we ignoring why we're doing it? Gosh, man, there's a cause and effect.
00:26:42
So everything can we start talking about why it's happening? We'll stop killing yourself.
00:26:48
Why are we killing ourselves? Why are we killing ourselves when your grandma made in the house and she 80 years old and you're getting eviction notices and you got to come up with two grand by the end of the month and she can't do it, she sit.
00:27:14
You ain't making half of what you need or do you have the education to rival rise a budget and get it? People out here trying to survive.
00:27:24
And at the end of the day, let's not act like we're not humans.
00:27:29
That's not like we're not humans.
00:27:31
Don't forget, as a human being, you are also an animal.
00:27:36
You're you're You're an animal on this earth, we just call.
00:27:39
We call ourselves humans like it's it's different from a lion that we just got a bigger brain in them.
00:27:48
Survival by any means necessary.
00:27:51
That is our That is our nature.
00:27:56
That is our nature.
00:27:57
Survival by any means necessary.
00:27:59
Why are we out here killing ourselves? Thanks.
00:28:09
Well, when we stopped little black on black crime, why is there black on black crime? So listen, don't get me wrong.
00:28:16
I am a major advocate.
00:28:18
We do need to stop killing ourselves.
00:28:20
We gotta do better and loving ourselves and sticking together.
00:28:25
I get that.
00:28:26
But we cannot ignore in order to fix it.
00:28:29
I had to say Okay, So why are we doing it? So we can eliminate that so that we can stop it? You can't just tell somebody.
00:28:37
Stop killing yourselves.
00:28:39
Well, you don't know why I'm doing it.
00:28:42
You don't know why I'm doing it.
00:28:44
You can tell somebody to stop something.
00:28:46
If you don't even know why they're doing it, we cannot fix the symptoms.
00:28:51
We have to fix the root cause too, and it'll stop the symptoms.
00:28:55
Everybody got these suggestions out here that are fixing symptoms.
00:29:00
We have to fix the root cause and you won't have no symptoms.
00:29:04
Black on black Crime is a symptom.
00:29:09
It's not the root cause.
00:29:12
You don't attack symptoms.
00:29:13
You attack root causes and you never have to worry about symptoms.
00:29:21
That's the message that people are missing.
00:29:25
That is the part everybody wanna take.
00:29:27
Every little, small little thing that's happening out here.
00:29:30
No, get to that root cause and none of those things will exist.
00:29:39
And let me tell you, some of them root causes taking the father out of the home where he can provide for his family, disproportionately incarcerating the father, taking away great education so that ignorant decisions are no longer made.
00:30:11
Providing the resource is and tools for people when they're in a tough situation.
00:30:22
These kids are not being parented.
00:30:28
These kids don't even have a daddy in the house to tell them.
00:30:32
Get your behind together, get your act together.
00:30:39
They don't even have a father figure.
00:30:41
You know who their father figure is? The government when they're incarcerated in a juvenile detention facility after they've already committed a crime in the same crime, that's probably gonna haunt him for the rest of their life.
00:30:56
Not only that, causing to create more crimes.
00:31:02
The government is their parents.
00:31:05
It's like an absent father who ain't gotta pay.
00:31:07
No, who ain't gotta be in the household.
00:31:11
That's what the government iss the government ain't in the house, raising them, teaching them principles.
00:31:27
It's crazy, man.
00:31:29
Let's keep it moving, man.
00:31:31
Let's keep it moving and you admit you gain from it and you admit that you gained from it.
00:31:37
They just talked about this proportionate sentencing, and you admit that they you gain from it.
00:31:45
Ice Cube came out with a black contract.
00:31:48
One of the items in that contract said, for reform close all privately owned prisons.
00:31:59
Do you know why I skew? Put that in the black contract to end privately owned prisons because it's become a business to literally do you like election season just ended? Election season just ended.
00:32:14
Not one person in this comment section could tell me they didn't see a billboard on the side of the role about nominate me as a judge.
00:32:24
Nominate me as the judge.
00:32:30
Judges run for office and guess who are the number one supporters and in thunders off judges, campaigns, people who own private prisons.
00:32:46
It's a system.
00:32:49
Hey, man, I want to go ahead and put five million towards your campaign and being a judge who you think paying for the Middle wars on the side of the road, I just they want right up in there with a lobbyist to talk about.
00:33:04
Hey, I'm gonna give you five million to your campaign and being a judge, I think that you could bring real change and being tough on crime so that we can improve it.
00:33:14
That's what that's what they say.
00:33:16
Be tough on crime so that we can have a safer environments.
00:33:21
In other words, a lot of people up in certain areas longer so that my prison business can thrive in New York City.
00:33:32
You know how much money they make per prisoner per year.
00:33:35
Some places over $100,000 per prisoner without a medical issue.
00:33:46
One person, 100,000, you know And when you have a private prison, when? As soon as they made it legal to own prisons as private citizens, of course they're gonna be putting their money behind judges that give tougher sentences because it's good for business.
00:34:07
Some states you could lock somebody up for five years and the government sending your $500,000 check.
00:34:13
But it only cost you maybe 80 grand toe.
00:34:16
How's that inmate? What do you think that other 420 going prison is a prophet? And the crazy thing is research and legislators, Democratic and Republican publicans have.
00:34:37
Actually, this is the shocking part.
00:34:39
They have actually gone as far as to admit that if we reduce the amount of prisoners, it could collapse the economy.
00:34:52
What our legislators, Republican and Democratic, have admitted.
00:35:01
If we reduce the amount off prisoners in harsh sentences, it can hurt our economy.
00:35:09
That means you need less guards you'll need.
00:35:12
That's less jobs for corrections officers.
00:35:15
Um, the less stuff that you like, I think about it.
00:35:18
Why do you think it's so hard to legalize certain things that probably should be legal? Now you will need less police officers.
00:35:25
You will need less first responders.
00:35:27
You will need less, um, doctors for the crimes that are coming into the hospital, it is a ripple effect.
00:35:38
Some people don't want our nation to be better and be like this oasis of just unity, no crime and all of that.
00:35:47
They don't want that because it actually is unsuitable for our economy.
00:35:54
People won't even be ableto work.
00:35:55
You know how many how many nurses and doctors would no longer be needed if you reduce crime? Because a lot of people who come into the emergency room are victims of crimes, less police officers, less everything.
00:36:16
From a governmental standpoint, it is not only big business for the private owners, but it helps sustain the economy.
00:36:29
So we guys, do y'all No way incarcerate the largest amount of people in the world by far by far.
00:36:44
And we don't even have the largest populations.
00:36:52
And people say systemic is not systemic.
00:36:54
This is all the system.
00:36:56
What? Your system is broken.
00:36:58
If it relies on prison, your system is broken.
00:37:06
If it is dependent on the incarceration of individuals, if your system could could, um could decline if you had less crime and your system is broken.
00:37:23
It'll be hard to fill all the jobs, you know, like I read the article from legislators and they admit it.
00:37:33
Government officials, law enforcement first responders are a large percentage of the employment working class of America.
00:37:41
If that number reduced, like if we created, if we reduce crime at 50% we would actually we will be in trouble from a economic standpoint, because don't get it wrong.
00:38:00
First responders and governmental employees like officers and all of that stuff that is a large group of the working class in America, and a lot of them won't have a job anymore.
00:38:18
And crime was gone.
00:38:19
Legislators admitted.
00:38:24
The less crime is actually not good for our economy.
00:38:28
So if they're gonna admit is not good for our economy and push for tougher, um, penalties, it's a system.
00:38:47
All these police cars got the words on them.
00:38:49
Protect and serve protective, protect and serve.
00:39:01
Instead, it's no longer protect and serve is catch and judge catching incarcerate and Eric Goldstein.
00:39:16
I'm not entertaining your ignorance, bro.
00:39:20
You're ignorant.
00:39:25
Talk about TV.
00:39:26
Shut up! You don't about economics.
00:39:29
You just keep proving.
00:39:30
You don't know what you're talking about.
00:39:32
That's the most ignorant comments you could say, bro.
00:39:35
I don't live in ignorance like you. You gotta be specific.
00:39:38
Tell me what? I don't know what I'm talking about and educate me talking about somebody who taught economics a top economic.
00:39:48
So shut up.
00:39:52
You don't know what you're talking about.
00:39:54
People always trying to make a comment about something and won't see.
00:39:58
You're the type of person that gets off on getting on somebody else.
00:40:03
That is what we do over here.
00:40:05
If you see a floor, what I'm saying educate me, educate me then I ain't ignorant.
00:40:12
And I'm humble enough to say, Oh, he just said something to correct me.
00:40:16
Let me let me let me let me do***ent that.
00:40:18
And b'more wise.
00:40:20
But you can't say that.
00:40:22
You can't say you can't say what? I don't know what I'm talking about.
00:40:25
All you could just say is in general, you don't know what you're talking about.
00:40:29
Be specific.
00:40:30
I bet you don't come up with a specific because everything I'm saying right now is factual fax, is it, man? The ignorant trolls try to change the narrative on the conversation that ain't going down over here.
00:40:45
We got change over here, Not this ignorant narrative.
00:40:49
You're trying to hide the truth, trying to bring division so we could hide the truth.
00:40:54
No, you get called out, you get called out for you get called out for We ain't doing it.
00:41:03
We ain't doing that over here.
00:41:04
These air fax.
00:41:06
We need some specifics on where I'm missing the mark and if you right, correct me.
00:41:14
Correct me.
00:41:15
Correct me when I'm wrong, but acknowledged me when I'm writing.
00:41:17
But be specific.
00:41:19
We ain't doing that fake news stuff over here when you throw out.
00:41:23
Oh, he lying? No.
00:41:24
You gotta tell me what I'm lying about.
00:41:26
What I'm wrong about.
00:41:29
It's ridiculous, man.
00:41:34
You don't understand.
00:41:35
People make too much money off of the downfall of others.
00:41:39
That's what's happening in our nation.
00:41:42
Our own legislators have admitted it without printing, without prisons and without first responders and all of that, our economy, it actually would hurt us.
00:41:51
So we need to create a system that's not dependent on that so that those powers that be that are greedy can do better, can put us in better situations.
00:42:08
It's that simple man.
00:42:10
Let's keep it moving.
00:42:12
Thanks.
00:42:15
Oh, you swallow your pride And when greed is not the compass But love is the guy When greed is not the compass and love is the guy When greed is not the compass man, these guys know exactly what I'm talking about.
00:42:34
When greed is not the companies this nation is built on.
00:42:38
Greed is built on greed.
00:42:49
When greed is not the compass somebody just asked me.
00:42:53
So you're saying we shouldn't have 1st 1st responders TV? Absolutely not. Shell step.
00:42:59
You need first responders.
00:43:02
But you only me what you actually need.
00:43:08
You only need what you actually need.
00:43:13
Think about it.
00:43:14
Say your neighborhood had zero crime for 10 years.
00:43:20
Zero crying.
00:43:24
They may have two officers patrolling it every night, but but but say it had some of the worst crime in the nation.
00:43:33
You might have 25 officers patrolling it every night.
00:43:40
So if we reduce crime down to zero in your neighborhood, you still need first responders just in case it happened.
00:43:47
But you don't need 25.
00:43:49
You see what I'm saying? And the problem is it will take away from the jobs so they want to give harsher and harsher sentences.
00:43:58
They wanna keep this cycle going.
00:44:06
It's that simple.
00:44:12
Is that simple? We have toe have first responders.
00:44:16
It's just that we become so dependent, and that's a large part of our economy.
00:44:21
Man, let me tell you something.
00:44:22
Do you ever noticed like all the hospitals, how they're constantly growing and there's a new building that's coming up.
00:44:29
Hospitals are making so much money.
00:44:32
The hospital is also benefit from crying to in a lot of cases and sicknesses and stuff like that.
00:44:41
They're growing at a at a factory.
00:44:44
They're making a lot of money.
00:44:47
This is what our system is depending on.
00:44:55
Is that why everywhere they lower the number of cops, crime goes up? Not necessarily, Um um, Eric, because you have to realize that there's some areas where they don't have many officers at all, but they have lived very little crime.
00:45:11
But look at those areas they have.
00:45:14
They have targeted education.
00:45:16
It's usually areas that have the most wealth.
00:45:19
They don't have a liquor store on every corner.
00:45:23
They don't have a Planned Parenthood in every every area you see.
00:45:32
So that's a huge part of it as well.
00:45:38
Everything is a part of a game.
00:45:40
Think about it, man.
00:45:41
There's some neighborhoods.
00:45:43
There is no such thing as a corner store.
00:45:47
There are some neighborhoods that there are no such thing as a corner store.
00:45:53
Where is your corner store? What's that? What's that? There's no such like, some people might be in this chat right now.
00:46:04
What does he mean by a corner store? Ah, story that's on a corner.
00:46:09
Well, there's always stores on the corners.
00:46:11
No, no, no, no, no.
00:46:12
You all know what I'm talking about.
00:46:13
What? I said, a corner store.
00:46:15
There's some people that don't even know what I'm talking about.
00:46:17
When I see a corner store, that's my point.
00:46:29
And they get and they don't even know what it looks like.
00:46:31
The have five people sitting out in front of the corner store, begging for change, selling drugs, drinking beers in a paper bag.
00:46:44
They don't even know what that looks like.
00:46:48
Yeah, there's a reason for that.
00:47:02
It's the man.
00:47:03
This conversation could be so deep.
00:47:04
Let's keep it moving, man.
00:47:07
And when, of course, don't punish skin color but punish the crime.
00:47:10
Until then, we'll just skip the long production and staying up.
00:47:14
For centuries, we've been trying to make you aware either you're in denial or just simply don't really care.
00:47:20
It's not a black white thing or it's not a black white thing left right or left right in the whole bird.
00:47:27
Let's clean the whole birds arguing about which way? It's not like, Hey, I ain't a lot of bars.
00:47:32
Yeah, those air bars, those are lyrics favor, Boy.
00:47:37
What? They just said those air bars.
00:47:40
It's not a black white thing, it's not a left right thing.
00:47:45
Let's clean the bird, whole bird, the whole bird instead of arguing over which women bars, man.
00:47:56
But it's so right, man, let me tell you all something when it comes.
00:48:00
So Democratic versus Republican it is literally I'm telling y'all, it ain't nothing but a tool of division.
00:48:14
It ain't nothing but a tool of division.
00:48:17
My side, your side.
00:48:19
It ain't nothing but a tool of division because every human nature you're going to take pride in your side.
00:48:25
Even if you're wrong, you gonna take pride of your side.
00:48:31
But that blind you from seeing the other side and when we all need to realize there ain't no side.
00:48:37
And once we realize there ain't no side and we're all in the same world together, there won't be changed.
00:48:46
There won't be changed until we get rid of all the divide.
00:48:52
And in my humble opinion, parties are nothing but a symbol of division.
00:48:58
That's why TV don't sit around here and say I'm Democrat or Republican.
00:49:02
No, I'm not. I'm neither.
00:49:04
I'm neither of them.
00:49:06
I am neither of them neither.
00:49:17
Because both sides have their flaws and both sides are ignoring these issues.
00:49:24
Believe it or not, I don't care which side you on.
00:49:27
I am telling you today, both sides are ignoring these issues.
00:49:33
Booth.
00:49:38
Both.
00:49:40
Well, this side is actually addressing this one by doing that one, but ignoring so many of the other ones on purpose.
00:49:54
I ain't with all that man e.
00:49:55
I don't do that side stuff.
00:49:57
I'm a grown man.
00:49:58
I'm on my side and I'm gonna do what's best for me and my kids and my wife.
00:50:08
This is the first time in our nation that were literally we made politics bigger than sports.
00:50:16
That was never the case.
00:50:18
Y'all disrespecting the flag and country is divisive.
00:50:26
These athletes have no honor and we just letting it slide.
00:50:31
Um, it's my great grandparent's Could take bricks to the face and stand for the flag.
00:50:36
Man, that's a shocking that you say that same same person.
00:50:42
I love that you said it, though, because it allows me to actually address it.
00:50:48
Just the first line.
00:50:50
That's all I'm gonna address.
00:50:51
Disrespecting the flag in country is divisive.
00:50:57
So what if the flag is disrespecting you, then what touched? That's the real conversation.
00:51:05
See? See, you wanna talk about somebody disrespecting the flag? But what if the flag is disrespecting you? Oh, nobody wanna talk about that? Because what is the flag who represents the flag? Oh, nobody wanna talk about that.
00:51:29
Respect is a two way street, and I'm gonna say it because I love my nation.
00:51:36
I love this country, and I forgot which person said it on TV.
00:51:43
They got emotional about it.
00:51:44
They they cried.
00:51:45
It was an athlete commentator, he said, We have always loved this country.
00:51:55
But why does it never love us back? Especially African Americans? The only race that fought in every single war that this country ever been in fix fax? We have loved this country, but can we get it to just start loving us back? Oh, they disrespecting the flag? Oh, the flag needs to start respecting us.
00:52:38
We're supposed to have respect for something that ain't respecting us.
00:52:41
Guess, guess who represents the flag? All of the people, we all represent that flag.
00:52:53
We, the people, we, the people, we the But you don't gotta agree with the chef.
00:53:02
We all got different, different, different opinions.
00:53:04
But we the people, when are we? When are we gonna get to the point where we're literally saying, what is the flag? It's not just this piece of cloth that flies.
00:53:21
What is the flag? At the end of the day, when you get down to the root of the flag, it's the people.
00:53:35
We are the flag, the people that ain't That was powerful.
00:53:48
What you just said, Katie Jack, There was we the people.
00:53:54
And there was we, the property gods.
00:53:56
That was powerful.
00:54:05
How do you have homeless veterans? That's interesting.
00:54:09
You're right.
00:54:12
Read the lyrics to the national anthem.
00:54:14
Which one? You see? You see that and then go Research.
00:54:20
Why? They were changed.
00:54:21
Why was changed every time it was changed to read the lyrics to the national anthem? Which one? There's different versions that were changed over time for different reasons.
00:54:38
You got to stop blaming everyone else and take responsibility for yourself.
00:54:44
I agree with that, too.
00:54:45
There's a lot of ownership that needs to be taking place.
00:54:48
But again, don't stop there.
00:54:50
You need to ask her why? Why? Why? Why? Why shouldn't be one homeless veteran? I know.
00:55:14
Anyway, man, let me finish this off.
00:55:22
Talk to him, Flores, before the media starts wondering and guessing they just answered all your questions.
00:55:30
We'll just stay inside.
00:55:32
Is Europe Senate fax, fax, Fax.
00:55:35
So there's no question I love how they delivered this message.
00:55:39
Why? Because they're gonna say they're gonna ask all these questions.
00:55:43
Why do you think it's important to do this? Why would you be doing that? They just answered all your questions.
00:55:50
They just answered all your questions, man.
00:55:54
They just answered all your questions.
00:55:55
That's how they feel about it.
00:55:57
And unfortunately, a lot of people don't feel the same way.
00:56:02
They don't feel the same way, But that doesn't mean you don't listen to how they feel.
00:56:10
The problem is we don't care about how other people feel Onley ourselves, and that's the selfishness and human nature in itself.
00:56:20
That's the selfishness of human nature itself.
00:56:22
Man on.
00:56:29
Let me let me, let me say this is Well, this is just going to continue for years and years and years and years until everybody started hearing about how everybody else feels, because as long as you don't, there's gonna be a side and you're going to continue to say I'm sick of this man's.
00:56:45
I'm sick of talking about this.
00:56:47
I'm sick of talking about this.
00:56:49
Yeah, it's easy to be sick of talking about something when you're not the one.
00:56:54
You're not the victim when you're not the victim.
00:57:01
It's easy to and you're not the victim.
00:57:05
And that's part of the bigger scheme of the problem.
00:57:09
Some people don't even see what certain people go through every day of their lives because they're not in that situation.
00:57:17
They already benefited from the good education from generation to generation to generation.
00:57:25
They benefit in the different ways you got people like me, like like it's crazy to me.
00:57:32
Some people, some people when they're buying their first home.
00:57:36
The parents write him a check of 100,000 and say, Hey, here's for you to put down easy people like me and my wife, saving up our cash to pay for our home and full.
00:57:48
But we're busting out behind to do it, but they don't see the difference of how that is possible.
00:57:59
Oh, your parents should have made better decisions.
00:58:02
No.
00:58:03
Ask your parents how they got to that point and then asked me how my parents got to the point they got to and let's keep going back and and we're going to reach a point where you might actually recognize the difference right here in history was a vital point where my future generations was already on the course. Different from yours.
00:58:23
I'm the first one in my family to go to college first.
00:58:27
One first one.
00:58:43
We need it.
00:58:44
And I said this last time we need to help you.
00:58:46
Also one asking people the reason.
00:58:47
Open your heart and just listen and try to put yourselves in once someone else's shoes.
00:58:56
It may not even fit, but it doesn't mean you still try it on you might, you might actually get something out of it.
00:59:05
All right, this is TV fans talk home with a real Miami Dolphin fans.
00:59:10
I know some people gonna be like, Can we just stay away from politics with football, our football team? Miami Dolphin fans? Because if you don't like what they just did, then don't support the team.
00:59:20
Which means stop being a fan.
00:59:24
Un.
00:59:25
Subscribe to this channel.
00:59:26
Take the Miami Dolphins off of your favorite list because all I'm doing is reporting what they believe, and I agree with them.
00:59:35
So if you don't like what our little TV, you shouldn't be making streams like this.
00:59:39
Our team is talking about it.
00:59:40
This is football related.
00:59:46
So if you don't like this kind of talk, stop being a fan of the Miami Dolphins.
00:59:50
Because guess what? This is what our organization represents, and I'm behind in 1000%.
00:59:59
I'm behind in 1000%.
01:00:02
So if you don't like what our organization represents, stop being a fan.
01:00:07
I want to see how that goes.
01:00:10
I want to see how that goes so we can ignore their beliefs and enjoy their football.
01:00:18
But everybody else who believe what they believe or you cut him off and talk bad to him.
01:00:23
No, no, no, no, no.
01:00:24
If you feel that way to cut this team off right now, we appreciate you having been a fan at one point.
01:00:31
But I am so glad and happy that our organization believes what they believe feels the way that they feel fans all the way up.
01:00:44
This is how my team represents.
01:00:47
This is how my team represents and I love it.
01:00:54
Bringing awareness without stopping the game.
01:00:59
We'll just stay inside.
01:01:01
This is TV fans talk home in the real Miami Dolphin fans love y'all. See you all soon.
01:01:06
Peace.
01:01:07
I'm out, man.
01:01:08
Whoa, Let's go.
01:01:10
Dolphins, baby, That's what I'm talking.
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00:00:00
body and welcome back to T defense.
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Talk home with the real Miami Dolphin fans.
00:00:04
We are live here on Friday morning, Ladies and gentlemen.
00:00:09
Yes, we're at the end of the week.
00:00:12
It is september 11th, 2000 and 20.
00:00:16
1st and foremost.
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We want to recognize that on this day many years ago, there was a tragedy that happened in our country.
00:00:24
And that tragedy actually brought us closer and closer together.
00:00:29
Um, in a in a moment of unity on and it's kind of crazy how tragedy typically brings us all together, ladies and gentlemen.
00:00:39
And on this day, this show is going to be about a group of men coming together to have a unified message for our nation and efforts to bring us together and promote change.
00:00:57
Ladies and gentlemen, the Miami Dolphins yesterday made me a proud fan of the team with their powerful message about the national anthem this year.
00:01:09
And it is entitled, We'll just stay inside if you haven't seen it yet.
00:01:16
We're about to check it out, Alright, So without further ado, I'm gonna go ahead and get right in on it.
00:01:30
Is it authentic? That's the mystery.
00:01:34
Or is it just another symbolic victory.
00:01:37
Now there's two anthems.
00:01:39
Do we meal? Do we say if we could just right our wrongs, we wouldn't need to songs.
00:01:44
We don't need another publicity parade, so we'll just stay inside until it's time to play the game.
00:01:50
Whatever happened to the funds that were promised? All of a sudden, we got a class pocket.
00:01:54
The bottom line should not be in that profit.
00:01:57
You can't open.
00:01:58
Your heart was controlled by your wallet, decals and passes.
00:02:02
Fireworks and trumpets were not.
00:02:04
Puppets don't publicize false budgets.
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Ask the pundits and we shouldn't have a say.
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If you speak up a change, then I shut up and play.
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If we remain silent, that would just be selfish.
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Since they don't have a voice, we're speaking up for the helpless.
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It's not enough to act like you care for the troops.
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Millions for pregame patriots.
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You get paid to salute, lift every voice insane.
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It's just a way to save face, lose the mask and stop hiding the real game face.
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So my dad was a soldier, but the cops killed my brother.
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Do I stand for one actor and then kneel for the other.
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This attempt to unify on creates mortified, So we'll skip the song and dance.
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And as a team will stay inside, we need change hearts, not just a response to pressure enough.
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No more fluff and empty gestures.
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We need owners with influence and pockets bigger than ours to call up.
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Officials inflicts political power when education is not determined by where we reside.
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Can we have the means to purchase with the doctor prescribed and you fight for prison reform and innocent lives and you repair the communities that were tossed to the side and you admit you gain from it and you swallow your prime and when greed is not the compass, but love is the guy and when, of course, don't punish skin code but punish the crime.
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Until then, we'll just skip the long production and stands up.
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For centuries, we've been trying to make you aware either you're in denial or just simply don't really care.
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It's not a black white thing or a left right thing.
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Let's clean the whole bird and stop arguing about which wing before the media starts wondering and guessing.
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They just answered all your questions.
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We'll just stay inside.
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Powerful, powerful, powerful man.
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That's the powerful, powerful powerful.
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That is a powerful message from the Miami Dolphins.
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Ma'am, where do I even begin on this one, man? Where do I even begin? Guys, basically.
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And this is why I respect Brian Florida so much being a leader of men, he found a way to get a message across to eliminate the controversy and staying for something.
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He got the message across by delivering a message such as that one.
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No controversy, because they're not gonna be out on the field anyway, and they'll just stay inside.
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And a lot of people lately I've been hearing people say, then I mean, what is this all for? What? What is what is the goal? What are they trying to accomplish? And I don't know. I'm gonna be honest.
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I rarely hear a lot of the goals out there, but these guys just named a lot of these guys named a lot of them, and that's why it actually it is very powerful.
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So if e don't want people to just listen to this and just listen to this nothing play.
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I'm gonna goto specific mask and stop hiding.
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My brother do I stand for one at this attempt to unify? A.
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So we'll skip the song.
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We'll stay inside.
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We need change hearts, your response to pressure.
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You say we need change hearts, not just the response to pressure.
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See, because that's what the NFL players are starting to feel like.
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Nobody's heart is being changed.
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They're just acting accordingly, based off the pressure off protests, the pressure off, wanting to maybe not play the game.
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And this is also a message to the NFL owners.
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We need you to do something. Mawr.
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This is This is what's the beautiful part of it.
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They're actually listing specific things we don't need.
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We don't need a response to what we do.
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We actually need change of hearts.
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What else do they need? Enough.
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No more fluff and empty gestures.
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We need no more fluff and empty gestures.
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Don't tell us all we care, and we're gonna do something about it.
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And then nothing happens.
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Owners with influence and pockets bigger than ours.
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We need owners with influence in pockets that are bigger than ours because they could make a simple phone call and led to legislator, because the more money you have the more power you have.
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I think everybody knows that they're actually listening specific things here to call up officials inflicts political power when education is not determined by where we resign.
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Powerful Vinoy When engine Now they're listing actual things.
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So for all y'all who are who are mindless off what people want to change, Calvin Noida said, Where education is not determined by where we live because if you're oblivious to an education is different, depending on where you live.
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Some places allow specific education, financial education, um, specific Taylor education that can end up having some Children grow up with an advantage over others based versus a basic general education where they're not teaching you how to be successful in the future.
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They're not helping make you financially literate.
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Matter of fact, not only that, you have more resource is in certain areas due to where the funding is allocated to where some kids get a better education, where the classroom sizes are 15 to 1, versus in some places it being 25 to 1.
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That's a difference.
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I love him.
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Venue Way said that when the level of education is not determined by where you reside, that is huge, and we have the means to purchase with the doctor prescribed and you fight for prison reform and innocent lives.
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And you repair the communities that were tossed to the side fight for prison reform.
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Because I know even our president now put the put prison a level of prison reform in place.
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But that's not even the tip of the iceberg.
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There's so much more prison reform that has to take place to really make change, because there is disproportionate out here that are vastly vastly discriminatory.
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Bond.
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You admit you gain from it and you swallow your prime.
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And when greed is not the compass, but love is the guy and when, of course, don't punish skin color but punish the crime when the courts don't punish skin color but punish the crime.
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See, some people would tell me TV will some people with certain skin color commit more crime? That ain't what they're saying.
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That's not what they're saying.
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What they're saying is, if somebody was blue and the other person was purple, it should not be a situation where they commit the same crime in the person that's blue is literally getting one year in prison and the person that's purple is getting 10 years.
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That's what they're saying.
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See these air specific actions of equality that they are fighting for? It should not matter the skin of your color that determines your punishment.
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You're this color, so we're gonna let you out on probation.
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But you're this color, and we're gonna go ahead and give you five years.
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That should not determine your punishment.
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Skin color.
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It shouldn't at all.
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So, yeah, we're oblivious to what they're actually fighting for when they say equality.
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This is what we're talking about.
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This is what they're talking about.
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This is the message.
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They're trying to help people understand.
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It makes no sense.
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Were all football fans.
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Do you think it's fair that on Sunday they're gonna automatically get the Patriots 30 points to start out with in the dolphin zero? No, you're not gonna watch that crap.
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You're not gonna watch that crap.
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Every opponent we play, they give 30.
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But the dolphins, you get zero to start the game.
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You're not gonna watch that crap because it's not fair.
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And this is the nation we live in.
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Where skin color can determine the length of senses that you receive, and all you have to do is if you don't believe that, go do your research for the same crime.
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There is a certain race groups that are sentenced harsher, much harsher than other races.
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And this is the equality that that we're talking about and they're being very specific.
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That's what I like about it.
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This isn't just oh, we're standing up against injustice and we're going to stay inside.
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No, we're standing up against this that that this this that that this they are listing some specific and tangible things I actually have to back up for a second because something else was said that I think I skipped just now swallowed your prime.
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And when greed is not the compass and you admit you gain from it and you swap to the side and the communities that were tossed to the side and prepare the community innocent lives and you repair the community, you fight for prison reform and innocent lives, and you repair the communities that were tossed to the side.
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You repair the communities that were tossed to the side.
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What do you mean talks to the side.
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There are some communities that are struggling and have been struggling forever.
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Let me tell you all a little something about the game with wealthy, wealthy individuals and gentrification and things like that.
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Let me put some of y'all upon game and help you understand how this works.
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There is a system in play out here and hey, I'll actually quote Jay Z.
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Jay Z said that it's actually a brilliant plan, but so messed up, and some of y'all who are oblivious to it I'm actually put you on game real quick and how it works.
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So what you do is you take a specific area of a city in today's world.
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Unfortunately, predominantly, predominantly African American, you place 70% of the police officers in that area, even though it's on Lee, 20% of the landmass of that city.
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You play 70% of law enforcement in there, which means you're gonna have mawr crime out of that area.
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That's caught because the other areas you're not gonna have a much crime car because you don't have it is many enforces.
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So now we just talked about people getting unfair sentences.
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Now, in a lot of times.
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It's a male offender.
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Now that male offender is no longer home with the family.
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That male offender is in prison, probably five years more than his counterpart, away from his family, unable to provide and produce funds that will allow them to have a sustainable life.
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The mother and Children at home are struggling.
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Can't afford the resource Is northern education or the assets that will secure amazing future for them of productive, prosperous future? For them? Yeah, they're subject to crime in the then you take away ownership and you create renting and government assistance, housing, food, steps and all of those programs.
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You over saturate the area with all of that.
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So there's no wealth, no business, no no economic success in those areas.
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And when you have no economic success in those areas and people who don't own their own stuff to take pride in it, it starts to become run down, and you have people struggling to pay their bills with no jobs and no means to do so, which results in Mawr and Mawr and Mawr crime.
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It's a ripple effect.
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It creates warm or, um or crime.
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On top of that, they're not getting any education for the next generation to live above that.
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All they know is poverty and crime.
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So that's all they will produce in the future.
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In a select few, a hand handful of of of a group of 100 every time a handful does better but still has to navigate through the system and all of the things that can trip him up in life.
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So what happens all of a sudden property taxes in that run down raggedy, raggedy beat up dirty area? Because that's what happens.
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It runs down robberies, murders, and nothing gets taken care of.
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And it looks like what our president would call ******* Fix it gets run down.
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So you gotta area where you might have paid $1200 in rent for 22 and now it's so run down you can get it for $600 a month.
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All the property of ownership goes down drastically, but who wants to buy in that area? And on No.
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One? Because they don't even have the sources to buy the cheap.
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The cheap asset that they don't even realize is in front of them because they don't even have the financial education to realize that Then all of a sudden your millionaire and billionaire investors come in and start buying up the trash.
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Your millionaire investor buys this apart this trash apartment complex by the whole strip of houses that were foreclosed for pennies on the dollar.
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They buy all the vacant land up, and what do they do? They changed that $600 rent toe $1800 and those who do on their property, the property taxes start to increase in the area.
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You know why? Because the mayor of the city starts talking about changes on the way we're putting more.
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Police were putting Mawr fire departments.
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Now we're having, um, community development projects.
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And how do you pay for that increased property taxes.
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Now those low income, uneducated individuals, all because of the system, are forced to either move out or commit even war crimes just to keep up with the increased cost of living, which which makes the cycle accelerate of Mawr prison mawr government assistance until that area is all about up inexpensive.
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It's committee trash area expensive.
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Now the population of a specific group starts to dwindle.
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They start spreading out and moving to other cities.
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Now you see the beautiful buildings coming.
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Now you see the brand new homes coming.
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Now you see, and none of them can afford these things the new ones.
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In over a 20 year period, that entire area is transformed into a beautiful, luxurious place in sad thing about it.
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Majority of them are right close to downtown, so the cost is even mawr.
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Most of them are right in downtown's close to downtown areas, so the cost is even mawr when they fix it up and it looks all pretty and they rotate all those individuals up out of there over time.
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And now it's the old oasis of a different demographic of people, and it's called gentrification.
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It's a brilliant plan, but heartless.
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That's what Jay Z said in his newest album, and he's right.
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It's a brilliant plan, but heartless.
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If you have the assets in the education to recognize it's a brilliant plan, go buy up the hood, go buy up the project.
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Developments go buy up.
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Do you know that I believe it's in Detroit? There are three families in the entire city of Detroit that own 90% off the properties in Detroit is the achievement place.
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You could find real estate right now.
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Do you see what's happening? It's about to happen to Detroit. Eventually.
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They have run it down so much, how come they run it down? And it is a terrible place.
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It but three Matt Major families own 90% of the property in Detroit.
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But you didn't know that three families on 90% of all the property, and they're sitting on it waiting for it to run down to the max.
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Then they're gonna put all their money on rebuilding it, and they may be the next billionaires and trillion years.
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It's a genius plan, but heartless.
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They're preying on the weak and praying on the system to do what it does to continue to keep a certain group of people down as they rise up.
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And that's what the grander scheme of things is.
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What these Miami Dolphins air talking about, rebuild these communities that have been Tauron down, but not in the form of gentrification.
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Give these families the proper education.
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Give these families the proper resource is and yes, I agree.
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Chalk those low property taxes go to the school system, and it's not even enough then when you raise the property taxes, not even going to the school system.
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They're keeping the same low budget for the school system.
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But they're putting it into the city for re gentrification.
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You know how many hoods back home in South Florida that every time I go down and see my parents, I'm like, Wow, look at all these signs that say Change is coming and all these new developments popping up and you've got certain people jogging in what I used to call the hood, and I'm like, Wow, that would have been impossible in the mass.
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They just out here running and jogging, Dr Green said.
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No TV.
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They just spending wisely.
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Brilliant plan, cold blooded.
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We waste our money trying to make somebody love us because of our education.
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Dr.
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Green, we're not teaching our Children at a young age.
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The power of money, the importance off saving your money, the importance of building credit and wealth so they're not spending it wisely.
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They need to spend it on education.
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It's not just a spinning and making bad decisions.
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People use it.
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Typically, people make bad decisions because they're ignorant of the outcome.
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They're ignorant of the outcomes.
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Shout out to my brother breeder g.
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In the comments section, he quoted what Bobby McCain said, If you speak up for change, I'll shut up and play because they've been told so many times.
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Shut up and play Then who's going to speak for those people who's going to speak for those people? And Bobby said it straight out.
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If you speak up, then I'll shut up and play.
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And this is also a message to the owners.
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They This message also was heavy to the owners.
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If you speak up that all play, you have bigger pockets to me, you have more influence to me.
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You could make one phone call toe legislators and and push for change, and they will listen to you.
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But they won't listen to me.
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They won't.
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It's crazy to me and I love it shaped money.
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You're right.
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On this day, on every channel in every news station, they're gonna remember 9 11 but they don't want you to remember all the equalities that are going on.
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It's crazy to me, man.
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I'm sorry, bro, but I have to respond to this comment your idea, said Brother.
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As a dude that's been in the hood, I'm tired of this.
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Bs, politics and sports If you ain't gonna tell our community to stop the crime of our community.
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I live here in Broward County when Elena W.
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Eight bro.
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That's where I was born and raised.
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Broward County, Hollywood, Florida Politics is needed in sports.
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We're so caught up on telling our own community to start killing themselves, but we don't care why they're doing it.
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I don't understand that.
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We know that there is, ah, bad thing of us killing ourselves.
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Well, why are we ignoring why we're doing it? Gosh, man, there's a cause and effect.
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So everything can we start talking about why it's happening? We'll stop killing yourself.
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Why are we killing ourselves? Why are we killing ourselves when your grandma made in the house and she 80 years old and you're getting eviction notices and you got to come up with two grand by the end of the month and she can't do it, she sit.
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You ain't making half of what you need or do you have the education to rival rise a budget and get it? People out here trying to survive.
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And at the end of the day, let's not act like we're not humans.
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That's not like we're not humans.
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Don't forget, as a human being, you are also an animal.
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You're you're You're an animal on this earth, we just call.
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We call ourselves humans like it's it's different from a lion that we just got a bigger brain in them.
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Survival by any means necessary.
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That is our That is our nature.
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That is our nature.
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Survival by any means necessary.
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Why are we out here killing ourselves? Thanks.
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Well, when we stopped little black on black crime, why is there black on black crime? So listen, don't get me wrong.
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I am a major advocate.
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We do need to stop killing ourselves.
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We gotta do better and loving ourselves and sticking together.
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I get that.
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But we cannot ignore in order to fix it.
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I had to say Okay, So why are we doing it? So we can eliminate that so that we can stop it? You can't just tell somebody.
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Stop killing yourselves.
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Well, you don't know why I'm doing it.
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You don't know why I'm doing it.
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You can tell somebody to stop something.
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If you don't even know why they're doing it, we cannot fix the symptoms.
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We have to fix the root cause too, and it'll stop the symptoms.
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Everybody got these suggestions out here that are fixing symptoms.
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We have to fix the root cause and you won't have no symptoms.
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Black on black Crime is a symptom.
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It's not the root cause.
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You don't attack symptoms.
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You attack root causes and you never have to worry about symptoms.
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That's the message that people are missing.
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That is the part everybody wanna take.
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Every little, small little thing that's happening out here.
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No, get to that root cause and none of those things will exist.
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And let me tell you, some of them root causes taking the father out of the home where he can provide for his family, disproportionately incarcerating the father, taking away great education so that ignorant decisions are no longer made.
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Providing the resource is and tools for people when they're in a tough situation.
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These kids are not being parented.
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These kids don't even have a daddy in the house to tell them.
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Get your behind together, get your act together.
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They don't even have a father figure.
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You know who their father figure is? The government when they're incarcerated in a juvenile detention facility after they've already committed a crime in the same crime, that's probably gonna haunt him for the rest of their life.
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Not only that, causing to create more crimes.
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The government is their parents.
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It's like an absent father who ain't gotta pay.
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No, who ain't gotta be in the household.
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That's what the government iss the government ain't in the house, raising them, teaching them principles.
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It's crazy, man.
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Let's keep it moving, man.
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Let's keep it moving and you admit you gain from it and you admit that you gained from it.
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They just talked about this proportionate sentencing, and you admit that they you gain from it.
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Ice Cube came out with a black contract.
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One of the items in that contract said, for reform close all privately owned prisons.
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Do you know why I skew? Put that in the black contract to end privately owned prisons because it's become a business to literally do you like election season just ended? Election season just ended.
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Not one person in this comment section could tell me they didn't see a billboard on the side of the role about nominate me as a judge.
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Nominate me as the judge.
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Judges run for office and guess who are the number one supporters and in thunders off judges, campaigns, people who own private prisons.
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It's a system.
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Hey, man, I want to go ahead and put five million towards your campaign and being a judge who you think paying for the Middle wars on the side of the road, I just they want right up in there with a lobbyist to talk about.
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Hey, I'm gonna give you five million to your campaign and being a judge, I think that you could bring real change and being tough on crime so that we can improve it.
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That's what that's what they say.
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Be tough on crime so that we can have a safer environments.
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In other words, a lot of people up in certain areas longer so that my prison business can thrive in New York City.
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You know how much money they make per prisoner per year.
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Some places over $100,000 per prisoner without a medical issue.
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One person, 100,000, you know And when you have a private prison, when? As soon as they made it legal to own prisons as private citizens, of course they're gonna be putting their money behind judges that give tougher sentences because it's good for business.
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Some states you could lock somebody up for five years and the government sending your $500,000 check.
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But it only cost you maybe 80 grand toe.
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How's that inmate? What do you think that other 420 going prison is a prophet? And the crazy thing is research and legislators, Democratic and Republican publicans have.
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Actually, this is the shocking part.
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They have actually gone as far as to admit that if we reduce the amount of prisoners, it could collapse the economy.
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What our legislators, Republican and Democratic, have admitted.
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If we reduce the amount off prisoners in harsh sentences, it can hurt our economy.
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That means you need less guards you'll need.
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That's less jobs for corrections officers.
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Um, the less stuff that you like, I think about it.
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Why do you think it's so hard to legalize certain things that probably should be legal? Now you will need less police officers.
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You will need less first responders.
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You will need less, um, doctors for the crimes that are coming into the hospital, it is a ripple effect.
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Some people don't want our nation to be better and be like this oasis of just unity, no crime and all of that.
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They don't want that because it actually is unsuitable for our economy.
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People won't even be ableto work.
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You know how many how many nurses and doctors would no longer be needed if you reduce crime? Because a lot of people who come into the emergency room are victims of crimes, less police officers, less everything.
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From a governmental standpoint, it is not only big business for the private owners, but it helps sustain the economy.
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So we guys, do y'all No way incarcerate the largest amount of people in the world by far by far.
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And we don't even have the largest populations.
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And people say systemic is not systemic.
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This is all the system.
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What? Your system is broken.
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If it relies on prison, your system is broken.
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If it is dependent on the incarceration of individuals, if your system could could, um could decline if you had less crime and your system is broken.
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It'll be hard to fill all the jobs, you know, like I read the article from legislators and they admit it.
00:37:33
Government officials, law enforcement first responders are a large percentage of the employment working class of America.
00:37:41
If that number reduced, like if we created, if we reduce crime at 50% we would actually we will be in trouble from a economic standpoint, because don't get it wrong.
00:38:00
First responders and governmental employees like officers and all of that stuff that is a large group of the working class in America, and a lot of them won't have a job anymore.
00:38:18
And crime was gone.
00:38:19
Legislators admitted.
00:38:24
The less crime is actually not good for our economy.
00:38:28
So if they're gonna admit is not good for our economy and push for tougher, um, penalties, it's a system.
00:38:47
All these police cars got the words on them.
00:38:49
Protect and serve protective, protect and serve.
00:39:01
Instead, it's no longer protect and serve is catch and judge catching incarcerate and Eric Goldstein.
00:39:16
I'm not entertaining your ignorance, bro.
00:39:20
You're ignorant.
00:39:25
Talk about TV.
00:39:26
Shut up! You don't about economics.
00:39:29
You just keep proving.
00:39:30
You don't know what you're talking about.
00:39:32
That's the most ignorant comments you could say, bro.
00:39:35
I don't live in ignorance like you. You gotta be specific.
00:39:38
Tell me what? I don't know what I'm talking about and educate me talking about somebody who taught economics a top economic.
00:39:48
So shut up.
00:39:52
You don't know what you're talking about.
00:39:54
People always trying to make a comment about something and won't see.
00:39:58
You're the type of person that gets off on getting on somebody else.
00:40:03
That is what we do over here.
00:40:05
If you see a floor, what I'm saying educate me, educate me then I ain't ignorant.
00:40:12
And I'm humble enough to say, Oh, he just said something to correct me.
00:40:16
Let me let me let me let me do***ent that.
00:40:18
And b'more wise.
00:40:20
But you can't say that.
00:40:22
You can't say you can't say what? I don't know what I'm talking about.
00:40:25
All you could just say is in general, you don't know what you're talking about.
00:40:29
Be specific.
00:40:30
I bet you don't come up with a specific because everything I'm saying right now is factual fax, is it, man? The ignorant trolls try to change the narrative on the conversation that ain't going down over here.
00:40:45
We got change over here, Not this ignorant narrative.
00:40:49
You're trying to hide the truth, trying to bring division so we could hide the truth.
00:40:54
No, you get called out, you get called out for you get called out for We ain't doing it.
00:41:03
We ain't doing that over here.
00:41:04
These air fax.
00:41:06
We need some specifics on where I'm missing the mark and if you right, correct me.
00:41:14
Correct me.
00:41:15
Correct me when I'm wrong, but acknowledged me when I'm writing.
00:41:17
But be specific.
00:41:19
We ain't doing that fake news stuff over here when you throw out.
00:41:23
Oh, he lying? No.
00:41:24
You gotta tell me what I'm lying about.
00:41:26
What I'm wrong about.
00:41:29
It's ridiculous, man.
00:41:34
You don't understand.
00:41:35
People make too much money off of the downfall of others.
00:41:39
That's what's happening in our nation.
00:41:42
Our own legislators have admitted it without printing, without prisons and without first responders and all of that, our economy, it actually would hurt us.
00:41:51
So we need to create a system that's not dependent on that so that those powers that be that are greedy can do better, can put us in better situations.
00:42:08
It's that simple man.
00:42:10
Let's keep it moving.
00:42:12
Thanks.
00:42:15
Oh, you swallow your pride And when greed is not the compass But love is the guy When greed is not the compass and love is the guy When greed is not the compass man, these guys know exactly what I'm talking about.
00:42:34
When greed is not the companies this nation is built on.
00:42:38
Greed is built on greed.
00:42:49
When greed is not the compass somebody just asked me.
00:42:53
So you're saying we shouldn't have 1st 1st responders TV? Absolutely not. Shell step.
00:42:59
You need first responders.
00:43:02
But you only me what you actually need.
00:43:08
You only need what you actually need.
00:43:13
Think about it.
00:43:14
Say your neighborhood had zero crime for 10 years.
00:43:20
Zero crying.
00:43:24
They may have two officers patrolling it every night, but but but say it had some of the worst crime in the nation.
00:43:33
You might have 25 officers patrolling it every night.
00:43:40
So if we reduce crime down to zero in your neighborhood, you still need first responders just in case it happened.
00:43:47
But you don't need 25.
00:43:49
You see what I'm saying? And the problem is it will take away from the jobs so they want to give harsher and harsher sentences.
00:43:58
They wanna keep this cycle going.
00:44:06
It's that simple.
00:44:12
Is that simple? We have toe have first responders.
00:44:16
It's just that we become so dependent, and that's a large part of our economy.
00:44:21
Man, let me tell you something.
00:44:22
Do you ever noticed like all the hospitals, how they're constantly growing and there's a new building that's coming up.
00:44:29
Hospitals are making so much money.
00:44:32
The hospital is also benefit from crying to in a lot of cases and sicknesses and stuff like that.
00:44:41
They're growing at a at a factory.
00:44:44
They're making a lot of money.
00:44:47
This is what our system is depending on.
00:44:55
Is that why everywhere they lower the number of cops, crime goes up? Not necessarily, Um um, Eric, because you have to realize that there's some areas where they don't have many officers at all, but they have lived very little crime.
00:45:11
But look at those areas they have.
00:45:14
They have targeted education.
00:45:16
It's usually areas that have the most wealth.
00:45:19
They don't have a liquor store on every corner.
00:45:23
They don't have a Planned Parenthood in every every area you see.
00:45:32
So that's a huge part of it as well.
00:45:38
Everything is a part of a game.
00:45:40
Think about it, man.
00:45:41
There's some neighborhoods.
00:45:43
There is no such thing as a corner store.
00:45:47
There are some neighborhoods that there are no such thing as a corner store.
00:45:53
Where is your corner store? What's that? What's that? There's no such like, some people might be in this chat right now.
00:46:04
What does he mean by a corner store? Ah, story that's on a corner.
00:46:09
Well, there's always stores on the corners.
00:46:11
No, no, no, no, no.
00:46:12
You all know what I'm talking about.
00:46:13
What? I said, a corner store.
00:46:15
There's some people that don't even know what I'm talking about.
00:46:17
When I see a corner store, that's my point.
00:46:29
And they get and they don't even know what it looks like.
00:46:31
The have five people sitting out in front of the corner store, begging for change, selling drugs, drinking beers in a paper bag.
00:46:44
They don't even know what that looks like.
00:46:48
Yeah, there's a reason for that.
00:47:02
It's the man.
00:47:03
This conversation could be so deep.
00:47:04
Let's keep it moving, man.
00:47:07
And when, of course, don't punish skin color but punish the crime.
00:47:10
Until then, we'll just skip the long production and staying up.
00:47:14
For centuries, we've been trying to make you aware either you're in denial or just simply don't really care.
00:47:20
It's not a black white thing or it's not a black white thing left right or left right in the whole bird.
00:47:27
Let's clean the whole birds arguing about which way? It's not like, Hey, I ain't a lot of bars.
00:47:32
Yeah, those air bars, those are lyrics favor, Boy.
00:47:37
What? They just said those air bars.
00:47:40
It's not a black white thing, it's not a left right thing.
00:47:45
Let's clean the bird, whole bird, the whole bird instead of arguing over which women bars, man.
00:47:56
But it's so right, man, let me tell you all something when it comes.
00:48:00
So Democratic versus Republican it is literally I'm telling y'all, it ain't nothing but a tool of division.
00:48:14
It ain't nothing but a tool of division.
00:48:17
My side, your side.
00:48:19
It ain't nothing but a tool of division because every human nature you're going to take pride in your side.
00:48:25
Even if you're wrong, you gonna take pride of your side.
00:48:31
But that blind you from seeing the other side and when we all need to realize there ain't no side.
00:48:37
And once we realize there ain't no side and we're all in the same world together, there won't be changed.
00:48:46
There won't be changed until we get rid of all the divide.
00:48:52
And in my humble opinion, parties are nothing but a symbol of division.
00:48:58
That's why TV don't sit around here and say I'm Democrat or Republican.
00:49:02
No, I'm not. I'm neither.
00:49:04
I'm neither of them.
00:49:06
I am neither of them neither.
00:49:17
Because both sides have their flaws and both sides are ignoring these issues.
00:49:24
Believe it or not, I don't care which side you on.
00:49:27
I am telling you today, both sides are ignoring these issues.
00:49:33
Booth.
00:49:38
Both.
00:49:40
Well, this side is actually addressing this one by doing that one, but ignoring so many of the other ones on purpose.
00:49:54
I ain't with all that man e.
00:49:55
I don't do that side stuff.
00:49:57
I'm a grown man.
00:49:58
I'm on my side and I'm gonna do what's best for me and my kids and my wife.
00:50:08
This is the first time in our nation that were literally we made politics bigger than sports.
00:50:16
That was never the case.
00:50:18
Y'all disrespecting the flag and country is divisive.
00:50:26
These athletes have no honor and we just letting it slide.
00:50:31
Um, it's my great grandparent's Could take bricks to the face and stand for the flag.
00:50:36
Man, that's a shocking that you say that same same person.
00:50:42
I love that you said it, though, because it allows me to actually address it.
00:50:48
Just the first line.
00:50:50
That's all I'm gonna address.
00:50:51
Disrespecting the flag in country is divisive.
00:50:57
So what if the flag is disrespecting you, then what touched? That's the real conversation.
00:51:05
See? See, you wanna talk about somebody disrespecting the flag? But what if the flag is disrespecting you? Oh, nobody wanna talk about that? Because what is the flag who represents the flag? Oh, nobody wanna talk about that.
00:51:29
Respect is a two way street, and I'm gonna say it because I love my nation.
00:51:36
I love this country, and I forgot which person said it on TV.
00:51:43
They got emotional about it.
00:51:44
They they cried.
00:51:45
It was an athlete commentator, he said, We have always loved this country.
00:51:55
But why does it never love us back? Especially African Americans? The only race that fought in every single war that this country ever been in fix fax? We have loved this country, but can we get it to just start loving us back? Oh, they disrespecting the flag? Oh, the flag needs to start respecting us.
00:52:38
We're supposed to have respect for something that ain't respecting us.
00:52:41
Guess, guess who represents the flag? All of the people, we all represent that flag.
00:52:53
We, the people, we, the people, we the But you don't gotta agree with the chef.
00:53:02
We all got different, different, different opinions.
00:53:04
But we the people, when are we? When are we gonna get to the point where we're literally saying, what is the flag? It's not just this piece of cloth that flies.
00:53:21
What is the flag? At the end of the day, when you get down to the root of the flag, it's the people.
00:53:35
We are the flag, the people that ain't That was powerful.
00:53:48
What you just said, Katie Jack, There was we the people.
00:53:54
And there was we, the property gods.
00:53:56
That was powerful.
00:54:05
How do you have homeless veterans? That's interesting.
00:54:09
You're right.
00:54:12
Read the lyrics to the national anthem.
00:54:14
Which one? You see? You see that and then go Research.
00:54:20
Why? They were changed.
00:54:21
Why was changed every time it was changed to read the lyrics to the national anthem? Which one? There's different versions that were changed over time for different reasons.
00:54:38
You got to stop blaming everyone else and take responsibility for yourself.
00:54:44
I agree with that, too.
00:54:45
There's a lot of ownership that needs to be taking place.
00:54:48
But again, don't stop there.
00:54:50
You need to ask her why? Why? Why? Why? Why shouldn't be one homeless veteran? I know.
00:55:14
Anyway, man, let me finish this off.
00:55:22
Talk to him, Flores, before the media starts wondering and guessing they just answered all your questions.
00:55:30
We'll just stay inside.
00:55:32
Is Europe Senate fax, fax, Fax.
00:55:35
So there's no question I love how they delivered this message.
00:55:39
Why? Because they're gonna say they're gonna ask all these questions.
00:55:43
Why do you think it's important to do this? Why would you be doing that? They just answered all your questions.
00:55:50
They just answered all your questions, man.
00:55:54
They just answered all your questions.
00:55:55
That's how they feel about it.
00:55:57
And unfortunately, a lot of people don't feel the same way.
00:56:02
They don't feel the same way, But that doesn't mean you don't listen to how they feel.
00:56:10
The problem is we don't care about how other people feel Onley ourselves, and that's the selfishness and human nature in itself.
00:56:20
That's the selfishness of human nature itself.
00:56:22
Man on.
00:56:29
Let me let me, let me say this is Well, this is just going to continue for years and years and years and years until everybody started hearing about how everybody else feels, because as long as you don't, there's gonna be a side and you're going to continue to say I'm sick of this man's.
00:56:45
I'm sick of talking about this.
00:56:47
I'm sick of talking about this.
00:56:49
Yeah, it's easy to be sick of talking about something when you're not the one.
00:56:54
You're not the victim when you're not the victim.
00:57:01
It's easy to and you're not the victim.
00:57:05
And that's part of the bigger scheme of the problem.
00:57:09
Some people don't even see what certain people go through every day of their lives because they're not in that situation.
00:57:17
They already benefited from the good education from generation to generation to generation.
00:57:25
They benefit in the different ways you got people like me, like like it's crazy to me.
00:57:32
Some people, some people when they're buying their first home.
00:57:36
The parents write him a check of 100,000 and say, Hey, here's for you to put down easy people like me and my wife, saving up our cash to pay for our home and full.
00:57:48
But we're busting out behind to do it, but they don't see the difference of how that is possible.
00:57:59
Oh, your parents should have made better decisions.
00:58:02
No.
00:58:03
Ask your parents how they got to that point and then asked me how my parents got to the point they got to and let's keep going back and and we're going to reach a point where you might actually recognize the difference right here in history was a vital point where my future generations was already on the course. Different from yours.
00:58:23
I'm the first one in my family to go to college first.
00:58:27
One first one.
00:58:43
We need it.
00:58:44
And I said this last time we need to help you.
00:58:46
Also one asking people the reason.
00:58:47
Open your heart and just listen and try to put yourselves in once someone else's shoes.
00:58:56
It may not even fit, but it doesn't mean you still try it on you might, you might actually get something out of it.
00:59:05
All right, this is TV fans talk home with a real Miami Dolphin fans.
00:59:10
I know some people gonna be like, Can we just stay away from politics with football, our football team? Miami Dolphin fans? Because if you don't like what they just did, then don't support the team.
00:59:20
Which means stop being a fan.
00:59:24
Un.
00:59:25
Subscribe to this channel.
00:59:26
Take the Miami Dolphins off of your favorite list because all I'm doing is reporting what they believe, and I agree with them.
00:59:35
So if you don't like what our little TV, you shouldn't be making streams like this.
00:59:39
Our team is talking about it.
00:59:40
This is football related.
00:59:46
So if you don't like this kind of talk, stop being a fan of the Miami Dolphins.
00:59:50
Because guess what? This is what our organization represents, and I'm behind in 1000%.
00:59:59
I'm behind in 1000%.
01:00:02
So if you don't like what our organization represents, stop being a fan.
01:00:07
I want to see how that goes.
01:00:10
I want to see how that goes so we can ignore their beliefs and enjoy their football.
01:00:18
But everybody else who believe what they believe or you cut him off and talk bad to him.
01:00:23
No, no, no, no, no.
01:00:24
If you feel that way to cut this team off right now, we appreciate you having been a fan at one point.
01:00:31
But I am so glad and happy that our organization believes what they believe feels the way that they feel fans all the way up.
01:00:44
This is how my team represents.
01:00:47
This is how my team represents and I love it.
01:00:54
Bringing awareness without stopping the game.
01:00:59
We'll just stay inside.
01:01:01
This is TV fans talk home in the real Miami Dolphin fans love y'all. See you all soon.
01:01:06
Peace.
01:01:07
I'm out, man.
01:01:08
Whoa, Let's go.
01:01:10
Dolphins, baby, That's what I'm talking.

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