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Whackjobs at the UN Defend Sniper Attacks, Say US is Racist

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To the surprise of no one, a group of wacky nutjobs at the United Nations is defending the Dallas Sniper Attack and saying the US needs to do something about the invisible secret racist conspiracy.

We already made a Negro President, guys, and we have a state policy of giving all Black people unlimited free everything forever – wtf do you want us to do?

There is a high level of structural and institutional racism in the US, Ricardo A. Sunga III, chair of the UN expert panel on people of African descent, said, commenting on the back-to-back killing of two black men by the American police.

“The Working Group [of Experts on People of African Descent] is outraged and strongly condemns the new police killings of two African-American men,” Sunga said in a statement published on the United Nations’ official website.

The deaths of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana at the hands of the officers earlier this week, “cannot be ignored,” the statement read, urging a “prompt independent investigations to ensure the perpetrators are prosecuted and punished.”

The UN working group stressed that excessive use of force by the police against African Americans has become a “regular” occurrence in America, with black people twice as likely to be shot as whites.

According to the Department of Justice, in 2013, a Black was six times more likely to commit murder than a White. So if they’re only twice as likely to be shot by a cop, that means cops are three times more careful when dealing with Blacks. cut long cont DS

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