Uber must stop posting Social Justice Opinions

M62

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BLM limits the scope of its slogan to a small number of black lives. Those killed by police, and that can be used to further leftists causes. At the same time it expands its agenda to include unrelated issues like marxism, nuclear family, geographic disputes in other parts of the world, etc. When criticized, it falls back on the plain meaning of its slogan, and vilifies the critic as racist. And makes out that they're saying black lives don't matter.

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Fargle

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@M62 you know MLK was a democratic socialist, right? The civil rights movement has always been aggressively Marxist.
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This past Sunday, Antifa thugs tried to march into the neighborhood where the Seattle chief of police lives. They wanted to protest against the chief and "ask questions". They were turned back at gunpoint by the chief's neighbors. Who else is fond of marching through neighborhoods to issue thinly-veiled threats if not cause mayhem right then and there? Anyone want to guess?
 
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Wolfgang Faust

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This past Sunday, Antifa thugs tried to march into the neighborhood where the Seattle chief of police lives. They wanted to protest against the chief and "ask questions". They were turned back at gunpoint by the chief's neighbors. Who else is fond of marching through neighborhoods to issue thinly-veiled threats if not cause mayhem right then and there? Anyone want to guess?

That is how they'd be "greeted" in my neighborhood.

GTFO
 

DriversAreMean

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Uber is a concept. It is a company with very defined services for payment to generate profit. Uber provides these services, and customers pay for them. Customers do not pay for official opinion commentary concerning social justice issues. The recent mass email sent out by the Uber boss is not only unnecessary, it is extremely divisive. There is a sense of reverse discrimination resentment growing exponentially in the non-black community. It is justified. We as a society will never proceed TOGETHER by continuing to divide people into groups. Black, White, Red, Yellow, Straight, Gay, Trans. These are labels that others attempt to place upon you. Don’t let them. Reject any form of group labeling. Calls for equality get lost when one group is promoted (BLM, Progressives, White Supremacists/Black Panthers) while blaming some other group.
Go home to your family. Love one another. Stop supporting anarchy.
Ever since blacks beat up a bunch of people during those Floyd rallies which was in MAY Uber has had a “support black owned restaurants” page up. It’s enough. It’s been months.
 

waldowainthrop

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Martin Luther King was a republican.

No he wasn’t

I don’t care about party affiliation and neither did King. The parties have realigned since the 1960s.

Look up his affiliation to democratic socialism as a concept. He didn’t care for parties but he was a socialist.

I don't think the Republican party is a party full of the almighty God nor is the Democratic party. They both have weaknesses ... And I'm not inextricably bound to either party.

One day we must ask the question, “Why are there forty million poor people in America?” ... When you ask that question, you begin to question the capitalistic economy.

Most of everyone’s favorite 20th century quotable authors and speakers were democratic socialists or had a similar alignment.
 

Fargle

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I don’t care about party affiliation and neither did King. The parties have realigned since the 1960s.

Look up his affiliation to democratic socialism as a concept. He didn’t care for parties but he was a socialist.





Most of everyone’s favorite 20th century quotable authors and speakers were democratic socialists or had a similar alignment.
If you follow the link I posted, you'll find that he ultimately rejected socialism.
 

CarpeNoctem

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Body cam (appears to be Chauvins) of the arrest. Once again the media have lied to us all to support the racist, white cop narrative. Note that he was saying he was claustrophobic and couldn't breathe but was sitting in his car. Someone counted that he said he couldn't breathe 30 times before he was pinned by Chauvin.

They were waiting on an ambulance. I'm not saying he deserved to die but he was resisting and crying wolf.

 

Wolfgang Faust

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Body cam (appears to be Chauvins) of the arrest. Once again the media have lied to us all to support the racist, white cop narrative. Note that he was saying he was claustrophobic and couldn't breathe but was sitting in his car. Someone counted that he said he couldn't breathe 30 times before he was pinned by Chauvin.

They were waiting on an ambulance. I'm not saying he deserved to die but he was resisting and crying wolf.

George was a drugged out lunatic who did not deserve to die.

Keith Ellison is responsible for burning the whole country down by sitting on this. Hope he is flattened by a garbage truck.
 

Ssgcraig

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"The parties have realigned since the 1960s."

Yeah.

If JFK was alive today, he'd be a republican.
Yes Sir, ask liberal/progressive/socialistic people now if they think his statement "It's not what your country can do for you, it's what you can do for your country' is something they live by.

I bet no.
 

NOXDriver

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There was nothing racist about the George Floyd death. Just another criminal the needed to be handled because the system won't lock them up. Boo hoo another lying drug addict criminal is dead. Black or white I don't care.
 

Christinebitg

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They gave McCarthy a hard time. Ridiculed him constantly. But documents later declassified proved it was actually worse then he even thought.
No, no, no, no, no.

Sen. Joseph McCarthy was completely discredited while he was still a U.S. Senator. He made up so much stuff that it's astonishing how long it took to catch up with him.

He kept pushing to get people to say that their neighbors or people they worked with, or people they went to church with were communists. He finally pushed it too far, and some brave people finally stood up to him.

In the meantime, he managed to ruin hundreds, perhaps thousands of people's careers and lives. Completely innocent people.

In other words, he was a crackpot. Not unlike the current president.
 

GraceZ

Member
No, no, no, no, no.

Sen. Joseph McCarthy was completely discredited while he was still a U.S. Senator. He made up so much stuff that it's astonishing how long it took to catch up with him.

He kept pushing to get people to say that their neighbors or people they worked with, or people they went to church with were communists. He finally pushed it too far, and some brave people finally stood up to him.

In the meantime, he managed to ruin hundreds, perhaps thousands of people's careers and lives. Completely innocent people.

In other words, he was a crackpot. Not unlike the current president.


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NauticalWheeler

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I firmly believe in informed,targeted socialist policies to address unsustainable inequalities in our capitalist system.

Capitalism, which I support, is like a yard. It must be maintained or it will outgrow itself.
 
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