Sharon Lee Davies-Tight 3.13.2022
Prejudice Spreads Like A Vacuum Bomb
Most people base their prejudices on one person, good or bad, then it generalizes to the entire group. Sucks the life right out of them, it’s so fast and devastating.
When one activist speaks out on behalf of an entire race, and it’s negative, then the prejudice against one person grows to the entire race or group instantly.
All races are basically the same. Some groups prefer to debate endlessly, leaving the prejudice up in the air, but the actions on the ground speak toward ‘until you see the light we must ignore you/.
To some that’s hate. Ignore them means you hate them. And for that you deserve punishment.
And so the battles begin to continue…
Hate is a strong word. People throw it about like they forgot to brush their teeth in the morning. But it grows into a crime punishable by jail time. It doesn’t take much either.
Back in Oregon decades ago a wheelchair bound black woman reported that white people burned a cross on her front lawn at night. The community and police believed her and the hunt was on for the violator/trespasser, which turned out to be her. She’d get out of her wheelchair at night, walk to the garage, drag the cross to the front, set it up and set it on fire, then call the police claiming a hate crime against her.
If the result of recent riots was supposed to produce fewer people in jail, it had the opposite effect.
Certain people are allowed evidently by law or practice to commit so-called hate crimes with impunity. Minorities specifically. Let a Russian do it though and off to jail they’ll probably go.
Why would a Russian bother if there’s no financial benefit to the Russian? Same goes for Ukrainians. Why commit a so-called hate crime if there’s nothing in it for them? This is in America though. They probably think Blacks and Hispanics are low intelligence and that’s all they got. Blow something up when they get upset and hope for a good outcome.
Ops. Looks like that’s what Ukrainians and Russians are doing now. Looks like that’s what Israel is doing now, and the USA doing now. Twenty years of bombing Afghanistan, decimating Iraq, now Syria. Into Somalia they go. We’re the most bomb-happy country on earth. Did we invent that vacuum bomb to bomb caves in Afghanistan or Viet Nam?
One must wonder what all these bomb people think is going to be the positive outcome from it all? Lots of building contracts? That’s what Shimon Peres – President of Israel from 2002-2014 – said about Gaza when asked why Israel keeps bombing them. ‘Building contracts for Israel./
I wonder if the USA always pays, or if other countries contribute to the rebuild by garnering contracts in exchange for their support of the bombing, or at least standing back/down in the face of it?
I wonder how long it’s going to take to rebuild Syria into the likeness of Israel?
Seventy-four years of getting away with stealing land from Palestine says it’s worth the effort.
“WHAT IS A VACUUM BOMB? A vacuum bomb, or thermobaric weapon, sucks in oxygen from the surrounding air to generate a high-temperature explosion, typically producing a blast wave of a significantly longer duration than that of a conventional explosive and is capable of vaporizing human bodies.”How do vacuums bombs work?” https://www.indiatoday.in/world/russia-ukraine-war/story/russia-ukraine-war-news-russia-has-confirmed-use-of-vacuum-bombs-1924021-2022-03-11
“A vacuum bomb sucks in oxygen from the surrounding air to generate a high-temperature explosion, typically producing a blast wave of a significantly longer duration than that of a conventional explosive.
Thermobaric weapons are the modern equivalents of flame-throwers and napalm dispensers.
Fired as missiles, on impact with a target the rockets spread a fuel-air cloud that detonates a fraction of a second later.
The resultant supersonic blast destroys buildings with a devastating pressure wave that can crush human bodies even if they are not in the immediate vicinity of the strike.
A Russian TOS-1 Buratino multiple rocket launcher in action
Body armour and hard cover, such as trenches, are useless as the air explodes once ignited, breaking bones, causing internal haemorrhaging, and rupturing eardrums, bowels, and other internal organs.
The weapons are said to be the most deadly munitions on the modern battlefield, save for nuclear forces.
Russia’s Tos-1 Buratino is a variant of the self-propelled multiple rocket launcher system. Moscow has used the weapon, including earlier variants, in Afghanistan, Chechnya, Iraq, and Syria.
The vehicles have been tracked by western forces for weeks operating near the Russian city of Belgorod, close to the border with Ukraine. Western officials say the weapons have now crossed the border.
The TOS-1 creates a blast twice as powerful as most conventional bomb blasts, and victims close to the blast radius are instantly crushed to death.
How dangerous are they?
Vacuum bombs are capable of vaporising human bodies near the ignition point. Those close by are likely to suffer burst eardrums and crushed inner ear organs, severe concussions, ruptured lungs and internal organs, and possibly blindness, according to the CIA.
Where else have vacuum bombs been used?
Thermobaric explosives were developed by the US for use in Vietnam. The Soviets then quickly began to develop their own in response, reportedly using them against the Mujahideen in Afghanistan and China in the Sino-Soviet border conflict.
They were instrumental for the US in its efforts to eliminate al-Qaida in the mountains in Afghanistan./ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-news/2022/03/10/what-vacuum-bombs-thermobaric-weapons-cluster-bomb/