I have no issue with so-called "pirates" of "insurgents" for that matter.
You act as if this is DC Comics versus Marvel.
Piracy gains nothing.
By "robinhooding" and pirating you essentially validate the value of the merchandise. Do what the Americans did in Boston Harbor...dump that mess.
So let me ask you, what do you except America and its negro leader to do??? Sit there and say "well we have been pirates for more than 500 years"???
They needed reasons to go into Afrika anyway. A negro president and unruly negros make a great politically-correct vaseline mess.
Just like hiring a black warden to 'clean up' a prison...or a black police chief to 'clean up' the LA police.
and tell me where I have condemned the so-called pirates?
Go ahead and tell me that the Crips and Bloods should go on the freeway and hijack food trucks.
Its BS, just like the sinking of the Lusitania...the Gulf of Tonkin incident...the burning of the Reichstag...9/11...and now this "pirating".
YOU GAIN NOTHING BY PIRATING SHIPS. someone please tell me what there is to gain.
YOU GAIN NOTHING BY ROBBING THE RICH TO FEED THE POOR. What needs to be done is the elimination of capitalism and commerce in the first place. The only way to acquire wealth is to impart its scarcity. You must create a void/lack of money and resources for them to have value. If EVERY single person in the US had 1 million dollars, it would be worthless.
But I am all ears...correct me and tell me the benefits of piracy. Any public sentiment you are trying to gain is gone when you capture good ol 'innocent' white folk and put AK's to their skulls.
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