Let's talk about 3 letters that can make rural whites understand the fear minorities have of cops.
Lets talk about 3 letters that can make rural whites understand the fear minorities have of cops

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Todd Wardle : For those who think BLM in this case is Black Lives Matter... No, just no... He's talking about Bureau of Land Management. We're talking deep rural government agencies here.

wantsome7655 : I'm from Detroit and I'm a sportsman I hunt and fish. I shop at cabelas and bass pro a lot. Because I wear a lot of camo black people think I'm some kind of urban redneck or racist. I know who my enemies are and it's not black people. I've been around rich people and they have contempt for anyone not in their little club. Not all but a lot of them look down on the common people. I was in a rich neighborhood a few weeks ago full of multi million dollar homes. I was mingling with the rich people. You could cut the arrogance in the air with a knife. The one guy was bragging about his yacht. He spends more on gas for his yacht in a week then I make in a year. The average person has no clue how these people really live. They'll drop 10 grand on fish eggs and crackers for a snack. When the stock market imploded back in 2007 the banks got a trillion dollar bailout at the American peoples expense. The CEO's gave themselves record bonus' and the government let them do it. They were gambling with our money on the stock market and when it went belly up the government gave them a blank check. We are enslaved by these fuckers. Too bad most people don't realize it nor do they care.

cmonwillya : This Black Man from the inner city appreciates you man. I'd break bread and ride with you any day! Thank you for being a real one. This thing is not about race.

Manny Sabir : When you ignore problems because it doesn't affect you directly, it will eventually find your doorstep.

If you don't believe me Google it!!! : I love this guy for telling the truth. I wish you and your kids generational wealth. From a black man I wish you the best from the bottom of my heart.

horus44102 : This guy speaks some gems.

Yabo Bayo : Bo you too woke my man! You need bigger platform

DiaryOfa ManeAddict : The 1% worst fear is that we stop fighting each other and come against the corrupt system. This is why the keep discard amongst the 99%. They've used the exact formula for years and years and years and its still working. They sit back entertained and remain filthy rich, corrupt and doing nothing for the people.

G Montezuma : Beau, you need a bigger platform. More people need to start listening to the simple common sense that you put out. Thank you, bro!

Isra Sabir : THIS right here is WHY I talk to others & continue to communicate with my neighbors!!! I talk to people in gocery stores & get out in the community.

BarfyMan 362 : “The ballot box or the cartridge box”, damn I really like that line

Jenni Elina Holopainen : I am from Finland with a heavy prejustice when I saw this in my feed. Well, I was wrong, you had great things to say, even fits well towards folk in Europe.

angelo parker : They keep us distracted by fighting among Racial Class, Economical Class ect.. while they're getting richer at the top bypassing their laws and making us fight for status and they're laughing on the way to the bank

Chris Diaz : This guy speaks with the kind of personal confidence and security that most people lack.

Rat-Baby 42069 : He's right, working class folks need more racial unity and solidarity.

E TwOne : You sir are on your purpose of life. Much respect to u. Keep speaking the truth

pam t : If you don't HAVE to have a conversation with your Son on how to respond when he gets pulled over by the Police...you are Blessed!!!

James Lee : When I was in the military I developed the opinion that if you trust the government than you are supremely naive. I know politics are needed, everything has a political element, but I hate politics with a passion, politics is where good people go to get their soul stolen and possibly turn into bad people if their not very careful. ps: when he says BLM he means Bureau of Land Management not Black Lives Matter.

FAT JAXSON : Damn this video makes my heart smile. Because people think that they don't relate because of culture or color (which is horribly wrong) and you prove that we should all be on the same team

Lolzmcfree : He is not talking about black lives matter! He means bureau of land management

Al Wolpert : Damn, son, the stokers of anxiety and hatred - the ones in the seat of power- don't want you talking sense like this!

Michael Speller : I'm glad I found this channel. It's refreshing to know that some people understand. Also, you make some great points across the board in the videos. Keep doing what you're doing. It's necessary.

thegreengrenade : Real truth to power! Saw a video pop up in my suggestions last night and I've been watching ever since. You've got a loyal subscriber in me. Peace be with you brother.

James Campbell : Should the economy take a real bad hit I think many white folks will see just how bad cops can be, remember DAPL? Cops had military grade weapons & vehicles, just consider that a dress rehearsal for the protests against the government when the crash comes!

Ash Green : I don't think people know BLM is the Bureau of Land Management.

kitkat1595 : it seems like a lot of these comments are picking at small pieces of this guy’s main point, which was simply an attempt at illustrating the fear/doubt minorities have of law enforcement to a section of the population that likely doesn’t normally relate to such a feeling. obviously there will be exceptions to some of his more generalized statements about minutiae like minorities never being able to swing elections (can occur in select areas) or that some people who identify as minorities are comfortable with their law enforcement. i think it’s important here to get past the semantics of broad strokes and listen to this guy’s message of communication and open dialogue, rather than ignore his very well put argument and nitpick it into oblivion. awesome video dude

Ndea Monk : Beau, my man you are so important. I sincerely appreciate you. As a black man I could scream your message and most would only complain and disregard because I didn't whisper it. You are surviving a great purpose. 💯

Clarence Fagin : Brother Bo that's my new nickname I just found your channel. Keep doing what you doing you made a friend there's a lot more like-minded people out there. Keep telling the hard truth that's the only way we can affect change for all as human beings stronger together effective together then apart. I'm not I'm not into the church but I believe in a higher power bless to you and your family keep doing what you doing we're listening.

Raquel : I've never seen any of your videos before but this was excellent. Especially your comparison with Ruby Ridge, you just got a new subscriber!

left-hand yogi : You have the most realistic & clear descriptions of complex sociopolitical topics. Your uncommon degree of common sense is refreshing. Thanks for another phenomenal video...

Rene Sookdeo : Thank you Beau very powerful and well said. Being from the city and not the country I never saw it that way. Keep fighting the good fight doing great work, many folks appreciate you trying to educate the folks that need some knowledge or clarification on this very important matter. Thank you.

F.Sherlock : Run for President Bro. True Patriot!

Ponder Sprocket : Creating this sort of easy-to-understand comparable situation is a great idea for helping people understand the feelings and fears of others X3 Great job~!

Sally Dogood : West Virginian here. Agreed. You speak a lot of truth, my man.

Fam Syrk : You are next level intelligent. Thank you.

K B : Unity has always scared those in power... They know it but the people don't.. I think the tide is changing.. Keep up the good work Beau...

Jermanos Petalos : On the subject of BLM. Remember the cattle herder - bundy - who’s supporters confronted the cops with rifles and were ready to go until the cops backed down? What’s the way for black folks to get that kind of power?

StoneyTulip : What a great point: "Rural whites have more in common with inner city blacks, than they ever will with politicians in Washington." It would seem the divisions that the mass media is trying to sow are failing. Keep up the good work!

Mia bear : BLM - Bureau of Land Management.

Nicholas Cruz : I had my suspensions about this guy. I have watched a few of his videos now, and I have to say this guy has a good head on his shoulders. Every video I see he makes more and more sense and he looks nothing like me. I applaud you sir. You have done what so many in our media and our representatives fall short of. You speak to the facts, reason with heart, and judge based on character and issue rather than identity or color. The fact that you address issues calmly and with a clear thoughtful approach makes you a man worth listening to, even if we may disagree. Keep up the good work and I hope to watch many more outstanding videos from you to come.

Official Lex Montero : God Bless you brother..Drop that knowledge..yes we do need to work together cause it is going to get bad out there.

Indig Ameri, Seminal Indian : You broke that down very well. I usually feel like caucasian people don't get it when they talk about this issue with me, but this video made me feel a bit more at ease, because most of us just want the rest of our peers to simply be conscious of what's going on, so we don't die with the narrative that we are just wild animals that needed to be put down. I know it's a hard topic to discuss as a caucasian, because it might seem like you are the blame, but that's not what we're saying. There's some that happen to be caucasian that are in the police force and are not familiar with our neighborhoods and the people and some that are just simply racist, and those are the ones that need to be removed from the police force. Thanks for this thoughtful video.

Ludix147 : Smart people saying smart things that unite people and make everyone safer is a good thing. I support that.

fxboss : Right on brother...it really could be we the people!!!

Serendipity : Canadian here. Question? What is the training or education needed to be a police officer in the US? Here, officers require a college/university degree (3/4 year), courses in psychology, justice system, sociology, law, fitness/nutrition, written & oral communication. Then you apply to the provincial police college which provides a basic course through advanced courses. You must go through a selection process which is highly competitive (advanced education is a bonus). This gets you to constable iv class and you apply to whichever locality you wish to work at. Community service, volunteer work, character, work ethic / history, & even the actions of friends and family have a bearing on your application process. Even police chiefs must have advanced education & work history & go through a selection / application process. There are no politics / elections involved.

Luciann Brewer : We, the people of Stilwell or Westville mostly have no votes due to the agency’s bearing down on us.

Anthony Young : God I love you. I'm black my dad is a cop. I'm so on the border. But you always hit that perfect median. Godbless you ty

Ericalane B : I'm a black woman and you just got my follow. WE are ALL on the same team and I'm glad you speak the TRUTH.

Spacemonkey : I'll still follow directions when a police officer instructs me. I know what happens when you don't.