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War On Black Youth Confirmed In Ferguson: TPC Offers What Really Needs To Be Said!

I have heard just about every argument imaginable from white and black folks regarding the Michael Brown decision in Ferguson, Missouri. Although many perspectives do entail viable arguments related to how police authorities have failed the community in this process. Here we stand once again on the shores of America where an injustice has taken the life of one of our young people at the hands of a police officer, whose rationalization for killing Michael Brown echoes a similar posture from white police officers who proclaim that they were simply in fear for their lives.

Despite supporters of the Brown family declaring a lack of confidence in the state prosecutor handling the case, and their stringent request for a special prosecutor to be named, unfortunately the system render a decision which was greatly anticipated by the black community, community leaders, activist, and members of the local and national clergy. I believe it’s safe to advocate that no one wanted an innocent man to be charged for a crime that he wasn’t in fact guilty of, but rather there should have been the basic expectation that police officer Darren Wilson would be at the very minimum scrutinized by the criminal justice system as any other criminal defendant.

I have been diligently listening to media coverage of the fallout that has arrived since the grand jury decision was made public. Almost immediately, white commentators began to offer their analyzation of the transcripts from the grand jury process. The argument was created that there was blood splatter or blood drops leading away from the police officer’s vehicle and then the same blood evidence reportedly began to lead back toward officer Wilson some 21-25 feet. Once this alleged portion of the so called physical evidence was presented to the listening audience, a black journalist began refuting such an assertion that it was in fact strong physical evidence which also supported officer Wilson’s testimony that Michael Brown had charged toward him.

Not only did the white commentators not qualify how they were able to conclude that Michael Brown did charge back toward Wilson, but they omitted the very crucial portion of the transcript which detailed how jurors questioned one of the investigating detectives who only guessed what the distant was of the alleged blood leading back toward Wilson. The black journalist also pointed out that no one actually took pictures of this alleged blood trail at the crime scene. In fact the detective testified that the reason he didn’t take pictures was because his camera didn’t have any batteries. Who is to say that a trail of blood leading back toward the police officer even existed, and wasn’t simply fabricated by cops who were Wilson supporters. This basic element of the transcript was crucial because it revealed that police officials estimated the distance of this alleged blood trail toward the officer, which by the way doesn’t make logical sense since the Brown youth was being shot at. Why would any one charge toward a person firing a gun at them. It doesn’t make sense, but a grand jury believed Wilson’s account.

However, these are the kind of tactics used by not only the police but the media, to sell the story that Michael Brown was in fact aggressive toward a police officer who became fearful of his life. Most of the testimony from black witnesses were discredited and the white contractors who were filmed just moments after the Brown shooting, and motioned with their hands in the air saying that Brown posed no threat was not even interviewed by the grand jury.

These are just a very few troubling facts related to this miscarriage of justice that we have began to see far more frequently in recent years. Now the battle cry from the media, police, Wilson supporters, and blacks who are critical of their own community, that the violence which ensued after the decision was announce only demonstrates why blacks are continuously deemed as aggressive and violent, while justifying Wilson’s use of deadly force. It’s disturbing that not only do the black community have to deal with the injustice of police and the white establishment, but we also have to deal with criticism from black Americans who seem to always take the opportunity to depict the violent nature of black on black crime.

The systemic violence within the black community is a real issue which we must address on our own accord, but it shouldn’t be utilized as justification for the killing black children. Some black people want to present thee argument that the black community is violent and whites are simply justified with such a perception of all black people. These same opportunistic black people seem to forget exactly how the black community actual arrived at it’s oppressive state. I have repeatedly stated that once the white America dynamic is taken out of the black community, such violence would be non existent.

Black people don’t have the resources to bring drugs from far away lands to be distributed within our community. Blacks don’t own gun manufacturing facilities and aren’t the major gun smugglers into the black community. The vast majority of liquor establishments that are seen on just about every corner within the black community is by design, and are largely owned by non blacks. Take these dynamics that are normally predicated on white business practices and there would be an alarming change in the social economic and political dynamics of the black community.

However, more needs to be said and most are either too afraid or refuse to say it. No matter what the circumstance is related to black people in this country whether it relates to policing, economics, or socialism, the ruling white class will always manipulate the system so that the playing field for black people in America will always be unbalanced. We should never trust American laws, solely on the basic principle that laws which were never design to include black people can never ever protect us. There are those within our own community who sit around pointing their fingers at the youth who rioted in Ferguson Missouri last night, but the reality is that there is a younger generation emerging that is not afraid to do what their ancestors have failed to do since the onset of our bondage on the shores of this western civilization.

Many followers of the Michael Brown case have been advocating how our community’s peaceful nonviolent protest posture has continued to fail us, while white police continue to kill our young black babies over the most minute and weakest criminal accusations. Many fail to recall that Brown’s initial encounter with officer Darren Wilson was over jaywalking. This young man actually died over jaywalking, and there are black people out there who don’t get it. It is my earnest hope that the next time one of these tragic stories grabs the national media spotlight, that the victims are one of the children or loved ones of one of these ignorant Uncle Tom black folks who haven’t left the plantation in America yet.

These kinds of injustices will not cease until the black community learns to forgo our meek, humble, and kind hopes of being treated fairly by the ruling white class in this country. Our children are sacred ground and high time that the appropriate response to the blatant attack upon them has began to be implemented. I have been advocating for decades that the only way black people will solve our problems of being murdered, oppressed, and mistreated by white America is to began to give them just as good as we get. We need to start killing some of their asses, some of their babies, and creating chaos within their communities. Only a fool allows the same kind of death and abuse to befall upon their community, and now that our black babies are the target, this means war! That’s the only appropriate response that will change the course of this country’s destruction of our race. All of those black folks who continue to march in accordance to the mistreatment of black America should fall to certain death right along with their master. Make sure you spell my name right.

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I’m David Adams

David Adams

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I have heard just about every argument imaginable from white and black folks regarding the Michael Brown decision in Ferguson, Missouri. Although many perspectives do entail viable arguments related to how police authorities have failed the community in this process. Here we stand once again on the shores of America where an injustice has taken the life of one of our young people at the hands of a police officer, whose rationalization for killing Michael Brown echoes a similar posture from white police officers who proclaim that they were simply in fear for their lives.

Despite supporters of the Brown family declaring a lack of confidence in the state prosecutor handling the case, and their stringent request for a special prosecutor to be named, unfortunately the system render a decision which was greatly anticipated by the black community, community leaders, activist, and members of the local and national clergy. I believe it’s safe to advocate that no one wanted an innocent man to be charged for a crime that he wasn’t in fact guilty of, but rather there should have been the basic expectation that police officer Darren Wilson would be at the very minimum scrutinized by the criminal justice system as any other criminal defendant.

I have been diligently listening to media coverage of the fallout that has arrived since the grand jury decision was made public. Almost immediately, white commentators began to offer their analyzation of the transcripts from the grand jury process. The argument was created that there was blood splatter or blood drops leading away from the police officer’s vehicle and then the same blood evidence reportedly began to lead back toward officer Wilson some 21-25 feet. Once this alleged portion of the so called physical evidence was presented to the listening audience, a black journalist began refuting such an assertion that it was in fact strong physical evidence which also supported officer Wilson’s testimony that Michael Brown had charged toward him.

Not only did the white commentators not qualify how they were able to conclude that Michael Brown did charge back toward Wilson, but they omitted the very crucial portion of the transcript which detailed how jurors questioned one of the investigating detectives who only guessed what the distant was of the alleged blood leading back toward Wilson. The black journalist also pointed out that no one actually took pictures of this alleged blood trail at the crime scene. In fact the detective testified that the reason he didn’t take pictures was because his camera didn’t have any batteries. Who is to say that a trail of blood leading back toward the police officer even existed, and wasn’t simply fabricated by cops who were Wilson supporters. This basic element of the transcript was crucial because it revealed that police officials estimated the distance of this alleged blood trail toward the officer, which by the way doesn’t make logical sense since the Brown youth was being shot at. Why would any one charge toward a person firing a gun at them. It doesn’t make sense, but a grand jury believed Wilson’s account.

However, these are the kind of tactics used by not only the police but the media, to sell the story that Michael Brown was in fact aggressive toward a police officer who became fearful of his life. Most of the testimony from black witnesses were discredited and the white contractors who were filmed just moments after the Brown shooting, and motioned with their hands in the air saying that Brown posed no threat was not even interviewed by the grand jury.

These are just a very few troubling facts related to this miscarriage of justice that we have began to see far more frequently in recent years. Now the battle cry from the media, police, Wilson supporters, and blacks who are critical of their own community, that the violence which ensued after the decision was announce only demonstrates why blacks are continuously deemed as aggressive and violent, while justifying Wilson’s use of deadly force. It’s disturbing that not only do the black community have to deal with the injustice of police and the white establishment, but we also have to deal with criticism from black Americans who seem to always take the opportunity to depict the violent nature of black on black crime.

The systemic violence within the black community is a real issue which we must address on our own accord, but it shouldn’t be utilized as justification for the killing black children. Some black people want to present thee argument that the black community is violent and whites are simply justified with such a perception of all black people. These same opportunistic black people seem to forget exactly how the black community actual arrived at it’s oppressive state. I have repeatedly stated that once the white America dynamic is taken out of the black community, such violence would be non existent.

Black people don’t have the resources to bring drugs from far away lands to be distributed within our community. Blacks don’t own gun manufacturing facilities and aren’t the major gun smugglers into the black community. The vast majority of liquor establishments that are seen on just about every corner within the black community is by design, and are largely owned by non blacks. Take these dynamics that are normally predicated on white business practices and there would be an alarming change in the social economic and political dynamics of the black community.

However, more needs to be said and most are either too afraid or refuse to say it. No matter what the circumstance is related to black people in this country whether it relates to policing, economics, or socialism, the ruling white class will always manipulate the system so that the playing field for black people in America will always be unbalanced. We should never trust American laws, solely on the basic principle that laws which were never design to include black people can never ever protect us. There are those within our own community who sit around pointing their fingers at the youth who rioted in Ferguson Missouri last night, but the reality is that there is a younger generation emerging that is not afraid to do what their ancestors have failed to do since the onset of our bondage on the shores of this western civilization.

Many followers of the Michael Brown case have been advocating how our community’s peaceful nonviolent protest posture has continued to fail us, while white police continue to kill our young black babies over the most minute and weakest criminal accusations. Many fail to recall that Brown’s initial encounter with officer Darren Wilson was over jaywalking. This young man actually died over jaywalking, and there are black people out there who don’t get it. It is my earnest hope that the next time one of these tragic stories grabs the national media spotlight, that the victims are one of the children or loved ones of one of these ignorant Uncle Tom black folks who haven’t left the plantation in America yet.

These kinds of injustices will not cease until the black community learns to forgo our meek, humble, and kind hopes of being treated fairly by the ruling white class in this country. Our children are sacred ground and high time that the appropriate response to the blatant attack upon them has began to be implemented. I have been advocating for decades that the only way black people will solve our problems of being murdered, oppressed, and mistreated by white America is to began to give them just as good as we get. We need to start killing some of their asses, some of their babies, and creating chaos within their communities. Only a fool allows the same kind of death and abuse to befall upon their community, and now that our black babies are the target, this means war! That’s the only appropriate response that will change the course of this country’s destruction of our race. All of those black folks who continue to march in accordance to the mistreatment of black America should fall to certain death right along with their master. Make sure you spell my name right.

The People’s Champion
I’m David Adams

David Adams

Self proclaimed geek, Advocate for the homeless, Social Change, Crime Blogger, and mobile technology enthusiast. A recognized Journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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