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

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

NoSox RubyRox : “No matter who you are, you have more in common with the black guy in the city than you do with your representatives up in D.C.” ........ damn.

Jacqulyyn Writeordie : Amen my friend. This is why my daddy who is black and grew up in the inner city, used his money from his service in the Marines to buy himself twenty acres in the country. Have no doubt he votes every single election. And even though he didn't grow up with the people in the town, they've known him for fifty years now and he is as much a part of that community as anyone born to it.

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!

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

Mellow : So the rich and powerful are the enemies?

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

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

James Rawson : This is not at all what I expected from the little bit of the title I could see, and I’m not going to lie, I also judged you by your appearance. I am so sorry, you sir were the most pleasant surprise of my day, and I think you’re sharing a very important message.

Benchmark October : hello! when the left brain meets the right brain. you can see with both eyes, mind and body.

Ashannon888 : Funny how so many folk say "I don't get why blacks, or Hispanics or gays or whatnot are upset and angry. Why can't you explain it?" and when you do, they dismiss it by saying, 'Well I don't have that happen to me, so I don't think it's valid." Beau I think with his analogy has given an example that you can use to explain it.

blackestjake : Have to admit, I saw your vid in my feed and thought what the hell does this redneck MF'er have to say about minorities. Don't judge a book by its cover. Subbed.

Jacqueline Jetton : BLM, Bureau of Land Management is what he’s talking about. Not Black Lives Matter 🤦🏾‍♀️. The Bureau of Land Management can pretty much tell you what you can do with your land that you own & pay taxes on. Especially in rural areas. It’s a government agency that can be a pain in the butt to deal with.

fuzzlenutberry : The letter Q is pretty scary, it's an O holding a pointy stick.

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.

Ben Carter : It's the 1% vs everyone else. Always has been. Look at how they manipulate and divide

Westside Baby : Yup THE white man isn’t Our enemy it’s the politicians red and BLUE !!!

Jarvis : Truth, as a mixed race Arkansas boy with my white side here in AR and my black side mostly in Chicago what this man has said is more true than you would even think possible and no one believe's the fact that we all have more in common than not until they actually sit down and spend some time with each other. I have family that I have to tell to pull their damn pants up and family that will pass gas at the dinner table if they thought they could get away with it. But the fact is that we are all Americans and as Americans we can swing a BIG STICK come election time. All we have to do is talk and I guarantee that 80% of your problems are 80% my problems to brother.

NoSox RubyRox : Bro...... thank you. Please forgive me for judging you based on your “look and sound”

homing pigeon races : I have not moved to rural usa because of fear of this. This is true, very true.. i am not a law breaker but i know in nowhere usa if i have a problem the local guys story has more bearing than mine.

jrig123 : My left ear enjoyed this.

Sycorax Rock : Damn, that makes a lot of sense...

bluepaint mental : Im white and I don't trust cops. Cops are power trippers. Race doesn't matter cops are enemies of freedom.

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

Robert Prado : I can see it in your eyes and hear it on your voice your a good man. Keep it rolling with the videos. Please keep your head on a swivel when your out and about.

seth J : You sir are a scholar and a gentleman, God bless you and keep doing God's work. a sub from me.

James George : I think the main thing that divides people in this country is the divide between people living in the city and people living in the country. Life in the city and life in the country couldn't be more different, what works in the country might not work in the city and vice versa. That's why a democrat from the city might think a republican from the country is stupid, because the republicans ideas would never work in a city in a million years, the only place that democrat has ever lived and knows.

horus44102 : This guy speaks some gems.

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.

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!

One of da ones : That's what I'm saying brother and we're all brothers at the end of the day. Black or White it don't matter we both want the same thing, to take care of our families and true freedom. The govt Democrat or Republican they all the same. Their job is to Keep us separated and not trusting each other, because if we come together we wouldn't need the govt. So it's in there best interest to keep us separated. One love to everyone white, black, blue or green peace.

Dustin Hanor : I’m definitely the crazy cousin 😂😂

Elijah Rodgers : I've had a grasp on what you've said for a while now. The problem I have and have noticed is that the cops don't trust black men and sometimes women just as much as black people don't trust the cops. I've noticed also that a lot of white people are afraid of black people and will call the cops on a "suspicious looking man" (a black man) for just walking down the street. I don't think the agencies you mentioned are ever afraid of or mistrusting of countryfolk. I don't think this is really a fair comparison to make and it may help some people understand. It's all just ignorance is what it is.

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

Bad Goy : oy vey we need to band together with our nonwhite brothers and sisters! they're just like us!

ricksalv1 : youtube popped Beau up to my feed today - first time watching your video and was impressed.

Rachelle W : 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!

Werther's Original : It's an interesting point of view. I would say that I'm still scared of a small town police far more than city. If you have a run in with someone the police sympathize with because he's in their circle somehow, then you're in worse trouble. The problem with the spirit of the law is that pendulum swings both ways. If the sheriff can make a judgment call to let someone off the hook, then he can also use an unjust judgement call to pull you over.

Grumpy : I agree with everything you said, but there isn’t an unjust police shooting every week. Only 68 unarmed people were killed by the cops in 2017. Obviously, one unjust police shooting is too many, but this notion that it’s an epidemic is false.

Randy Stanley : Hell, yeah! If they can do it to "them," they can do it to you.

Mawusi Bulliner : I really love this guy because he gets it. It ain't algebra, and he gets it. You have no idea what it feels like for if only one person, but he gets it. Thank you thank you thank you. I can't make you stop being racist, only you can. Because you hold the power.

wildlifeguy : Unaccountable men with guns. “We investigated ourselves and found we did nothing wrong” Here’s your Police State.

DramaAlert : Great insight here.

Triple OG : That’s well said my man... unless your one of the few super rich it doesn’t matter white, black, or brown we’re all n*-#%/s... and we gotta start working together and be civil to each other... We are Americans and we must do this...

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

pat pemberto : What is ATF and BLM

Ric Sims : Minorities definitely can swing an election especially electorally and minorities often swing municipal votes in California as well. You also act like whites in the city arent being gunned down unjustly by cops which is completely untrue, you think white people have an easy time swinging elections in the city when politically everyone is so divided in the city? The difference has nothing to do with being white or a minority but it has more to do with living in a city vs living in the country. The reason country people have a problem with ATF and BLM is also because they are federal institutions that would require a federal vote to change so obviously the rural folks cant do anything about it, dont let liberal ideology cloud your logic.

ejeckk : I know you didn't it on purpose, but you told some half truths. I am a black male who lives in D.C. I don't have ANY fear of the police. I likely have a greater chance of being struck by lightning than I do of getting shot by a police officer. If I have a fear, it's actually of getting shot randomly or on purpose by another black male, not by the police. And the truth is, eliminating family, friends, and coworkers I am STILL more likely to be shot by a black male. On my street and the street perpendicular to my street over the past 10 years, at LEAST five black men have been shot and killed all by other black men and none by police officers. Not one. Now the matter of unaccountable, unelected law enforcement officials is something different altogether and shouldn't be conflated with the complex issue of the culture of violence and disrespect for authority in urban communities. These two issues are BARELY tangentially related.

Brandon Cue : Whats atf?

Texasted73 : Amen sir!!!!