He goes on to say:
> Donating all salary? Money isn’t a issue, if you are a broke NBA player, that’s your own fault. No such amount of money is enough, and why is it an NBA player's responsibility to commit funds?
> Kyrie is stating that at this exact moment, the world is watching and we are forcing them to listen. Kap gave up everything to try and fight, Maya Moore continues to fight, but because the NBA is a leader in fan engagement, we should just return to work.
> The weird part about this is there's no clear cut path to justice, this formula has been tried and tested numerous times, mainly because the system was never made with us in mind. There will be decisions that will need to be made. NOBODY took a knee in the NBA for Kap...
> The system wants everyone to just fall in line no questions asked. Even think of all the companies that “pledged” or have given money, that have already established themselves after already profiting off of black culture. it’s like givin... keep reading on reddit ➡
Vindication! So glad we can end this conversation of who the tyrannical party was... like I said... these people are terrorists.
Final edit: So many of you want to uphold the constitution so bad, here ya go...
So now that we can all agree that the state's were well within their constitutional rights. We also agree that there was no tyrannical government to overthrow. So the people in tactical gear with assault rifles and shotguns, were not peaceful protesters who were unrepresented. They were and are domestic terrorists, using fear to infringe on the constitutional rights of others.
Men and women of the armed forces, fight and die every day to uphold our democracy. So to watch our own people try to overthrow the Democratic prosses, by s
Where is the complaining about the government police state now? Why do they not care about the city’s posting curfews to curb free speech?
I think they are not only hypocrites but cowards.
Pretty much, the average person's attempts to minimize their effect on climate change is a very valiant cause, but will do nothing in the long-run until corporations and governments own up to their shortcomings and do something about it. Governments burning fossil fuels and corporations dumping trash into the oceans and not doing anything to reduce their carbon footprints is going to be the last straw for humans. If we continue like this, then climate change is in my opinion going to be the one that kills a majority of the population. The quote, "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link" really applies here. It's great that people do their bit in helping, but until governments and companies do something, the world will continue in the downward spiral that it's on. Until governments start use renewable energy instead of coal or corporations reduce their carbon footprint, you or I don't have to do anything because our small contribution won't really change anything.
Yeah, a person... keep reading on reddit ➡
You’ve probably read some recent headlines on r/technology and r/news about the US Senate voting to allow the American government to continue spying on everyone’s Internet activity without a warrant. Unfortunately, it’s 100% true and it’s 1,000% awful. But we have a chance to stop it from happening. Support from tens of thousands of people across America convinced House leadership to schedule a vote on important privacy protections this Wednesday.
If you want to help save Internet privacy, you can visit SaveInternetPrivacy.org where you can send an email to your lawmakers asking them to save Internet privacy. You can also call Nancy Pelosi’s office directly 1 (202) 930-8115 and ask her to save Internet privacy by supporting the Wyden-Daines amendment.
There’s a lot of momentum behind this political movement. Tech companies like Reddit, Mozilla, and Twitter have all signed on to [an open letter](https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2020/05/22/protec... keep reading on reddit ➡
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