In 1967, the “black community” burned down Newark New Jersey, because they thought some white cops had roughed up and arrested a black taxi cab driver for illegally passing them. The cops were not at all kind to this offender. When “black community” leaders insisted he be given medical care, other elements in the “black community” who arrived later and noticed his empty cell, then decided he’d died in custody, even though he’d actually been moved to a hospital ward exactly as demanded by the “black community’s” leaders earlier in the day at a well publicized meeting. Days later, after millions and millions of dollars of destruction, death and mayhem, the “black community,” now in ashes, was eventually convinced to stop destroying its own neighborhoods. And it didn’t matter if they got it wrong. Maybe that driver wasn’t dead, but he was manhandled. Any excuse for a riot.
1967 was not a good time for racial justice in America yet, not even up north in Newark. I’ll admit that. The argument could be fairly and logically made that if you oppress a people they can take it just so long and then they lose all self-control and mindlessly lash out. But somewhere in that time period, just as their cause was won and the need for social violence and protest was waning, the “black community” learned instead, that rioting and outrage, even if affected, even if unfounded, was a rewarding cultural activity. It enriched its neighborhoods and built strength of character. It showed resolve. It showed determination. It became a bonding ritual. “Fight the Power.” It was like the “black community” version of Trick or Treating, or Guy Fawkes Night. It even turned out to be a great way to get goodies from “The Man.” Today the “black community” in large part still subscribes to riot and maniacal protest not because it’s necessary, but because it’s enjoyable. It’s drama. It’s one big community pageant. It’s the black American version of a Passion Play. And more than anything, it’s a lazy habit.
Today, “black America” knows that even the threat of a riot produces results for the “black community.” Riot and you get attention. Riot and you get rewarded. Threaten to riot and you get rewarded. And of course, the threat of a riot wouldn’t be very credible to the “white power structure,” if the “black community” didn’t occasionally pull one off as sample of its work.
That’s “Dumb Nigga Thinking.” Thinking like a “Dumb Nigga.” It’s all about perpetuating the social order that allows the “Dumb Nigga” to keep justifying why he’s still just a “Dumb Nigga” in spite of there being no compelling reason for him to remain in that condition—apart from the fact that indeed, he’s just a “Dumb Nigga.”
Brandy Green of the Trayvon Martin case you may recall, who the media kept calling Tracy Martin’s “fiancé,” disappeared quite suddenly and completely after her first couple of public interviews, never to be heard from again. (Just like Alicia Stanley-Martin, the woman who actually raised Trayvon.) Paid off, shamed off, chased off, threatened off, it doesn’t matter much. These women slipped off into the cosmic ether like fog burning away in the new morning sun. That was yesterday, this is today. The “black community” is very keen on the liberation of the “black woman,” and all, but these “black women” no longer fit into the greater “black community” agenda. They thus became irrelevant to the “Justice for Trayvon” narrative and had to go. In the same way, any liability connected to the “black community” has to be purged from the public discourse—like the fact that all the physical evidence and half a dozen (black) witnesses substantiate Ferguson Missouri’s officer Darren Wilson’s version of how Mike Green got himself shot, or that all of this was known within weeks but the family and its black power base simply wouldn’t accept reality. The “black community” likewise, still isn’t accepting the fact that the Sanford Police Department, and local prosecutors had their facts right all along—there never was a case against George Zimmerman. Even Eric Holder and his federal civil rights mafia eventually had to moonwalk their way back to Washington and concede the point.
But the “black community” who burned down Ferguson when they heard the fabricated narrative on Mike Brown’s departure from this life, never were, and never will be interested in hearing the “truth,” and they don’t really want “justice.” Likewise, the facts and evidence of the Trayvon Martin killing were never really relevant to the greater imperative of husbanding the hereditary, “black community” narrative–the gospel of perpetual “white” persecution. Ultimately, Trayvon Martin became just another sound bite, a catch phrase, a hoodie-clad icon that makes a clever poster, a snappy slogan on a picket sign. The sainted black martyr “baby Trayvon” provided a short-term boost to the “black community” theatre-going experience. Then he became “irrelevant,” except as a shorthand code word for, “hate Whitey.” Or more precisely, “blame Whitey.” And finally, by the time you read this, today or tomorrow or next year, Trayvon Martin will have become passé—so 2012.
And thus, along comes Michael Brown. Fresh horse for the “black community” express. The same old players in the “black community’s” neo-Civil Rights Era dramatical society production team immediately run down to Ferguson Missouri to do the outrage-and-camera-dance. Al Sharpton got the big prize as usual, scoring a slot as the center of attention at a funeral that should have been about Michael Brown, but instead was all about where Sharpton and Jackson and Benjamin Crump et al are getting their next big paycheck.
Eric Holder, director of “Operation Get Whitey” for the Obama administration, just announced his resignation, but not before he swooped down on Ferguson to launch, or at least fain to launch (for the sake of the support of the Democratic Party base in the upcoming elections) a federal civil rights investigation of essentially how white cops deal with African-American young males in particular. It will proceed upon the assumption of “institutionalized racism” in general based upon the Ferguson PD statistics of stops and arrests. Other “civil rights” advocates around the nation have added their support to expanding the investigation nationally to examine how “cops” black or white treat young African-American males and black people in general.
Sure. Why not. Unfortunately, what Holder found out within the first couple of weeks is that officer Darren Wilson’s story checks out and the “black community” fairy tale connected with Brown’s apparently self-initiated, stupid and pointless death is entirely untenable. Holder and the Obama administration however, have kept quite silent on the matter, because rioting in Ferguson insures black voter turnout in November.
The whole problem of analyzing why white cops shoot black young men on occasion, could also just be immediately fixed by requiring every cop everywhere to carry a body cam and dash cam and the real-live evidence thereby gained would prove that much of, if not most of the problem has to do with the way African-Americans in general treat or interact with “cops,” as if they were a warring tribe, or invading race, or rival “gang,” and not any inherently “authoritative” entity. A large portion of the “black community” openly argues that a cop has no more authority than anyone else off the street and that’s the way they treat the police—only, the cop thinks he has special status so he treats other citizens, black or white, as if he does have superior authority. Because he does. And the black person of course, resents being bossed around by somebody off the street with no more authority than anyone else on the street. They easily become pissed off and uncooperative if not outright belligerent. It must be said in particular, that so many young “black” Americans, male or female, are so pig-ignorant of the American legal system, the Constitution, the concept of civil authority, and civic responsibility in general, that all they can see in a cop, or bouncer, or security guard, or any general “authority” figure, particularly if they are “white,” is somebody harshing their buzz for no reason. They actually believe that “white people don’t have to take sh*t from the cops!” They think they’ve fought long and hard for liberation in America. They demand equal rights–so they think, since white folk don’t have to take sh*t from the cops—then black folk shouldn’t have to take sh*t from cops either.
“Nigga’s gotta right…”
But white people, and young white males in particular, in the real world, have no equivalent tradition of “Nigga’s got a right.” No, they see a cop. They see somebody they’d better not cross. They don’t see just some “Crazy-ass Cracker.” They expect to be in a shipload of trouble if they don’t play it cool with him or her. They have no “race card” or civil rights mafia at their back.
But let’s first take a look at the some of the fuzzy mathematics of this so-called clear indication of racial discrimination in the Ferguson PD arrest and traffic stop statistics:
Residents have said that the encounter between 18-year-old Michael Brown and an unidentified police officer began when the officer ordered Brown not to walk in the street. That sounds like an unimaginably small thing considering what was to follow, yet that small thing hints at an issue facing black residents of Ferguson and other cities.
While black residents accounted for 67 percent of Ferguson’s population, black drivers accounted for more than 86 percent of the traffic stops made last year by the Ferguson Police Department, according to a report produced by the office of Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster.
And the majority of the traffic stops (92 percent) that ended with arrests involved black drivers.
The question then–for anyone not doped out on the Leftist, Establishment Opiate of the Masses—would be: is there anything in the way the average black person, particularly young black males, respond to authority figures, like cops, and particularly white authority figures, like white cops, that almost insures that they are going to get stopped, and if stopped, even more certainly assures that they will be arrested? Are black males just bad drivers? Is there anything about the way young black males in particular deport themselves in general, that might be prone to attract attention and arouse dismay and suspicion in white folks, or cops in particular–white or otherwise? It would be easy to mitigate the mildly disproportionate statistical representation of black v white stops and arrests in the “black communities,” of places like Ferguson Missouri, if it’s simply a matter of a fair percentage of the town’s black people driving poorly in defective vehicles, looking pissed off, acting like they’re guilty of something, or in general, just acting crazy all the time.
Well, surely there’s bound to be some of the latter. And historically, that’s obviously due to white people in general, and white cops in particular, not being very fair or nice to black people in general. Encounters with the police have traditionally always set black folk on edge. That’s bound to affect behavior or at least demeanor. And, in 1957, I would have been right there with you on the picket lines protesting it all. (Except you’d have to wait until March of that year for me to be born first.)
But isn’t it just as likely in this modern era, that these statistics merely prove the case of “white” people having learned how not to get stopped and not get arrested, even if they do attract the attention of the police? Is it really a valid proposal that all white people and cops in particular, have some unwritten, moral and legal obligation to accommodate whatever hostile or bizarre eccentricities the “black community” cares to claim as “historic” or “ebonic” or “part of the black culture?” Isn’t that just admitting that the “black community” endorses a self-imposed apartheid and chooses to relegate itself to a permanent sub-class of what is more broadly considered to be “civilized,” “American” or “Western” society? Isn’t that just an euphemism for saying that the “black community” has canonized the “Dumb Nigga,” as a treasured cultural icon and “Nigga-ness” is its universal baseline of standard social conduct?
Before you give me guff about my tone or word choice, don’t insult my intelligence or powers of discernment by pretending that the “black community” doesn’t say the same thing in far more pointed and colorful ways safely within the haven of the local barbershop or beauty parlor. I’ve seen the movie. And Bill Cosby has said worse.
What if we just examine the testimony of one of those young black males who claim the “white power structure” is victimizing them–Mike Brown’s best buddy, Dorian Johnson? He’s the main creator of the current Michael Brown “hands-up” narrative, and even his version inadvertently confesses that he and Mike were walking down the middle of the street and basically told the cop ordering them out of the road to piss off:
Dorian Johnson, the primary witness to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, has an outstanding warrant for a 2011 theft in Jefferson City and pleaded guilty for filing a false police report related to that theft.
St. Louis ABC affiliate ABC 17 cross referenced Johnson’s name against several records and discovered the warrant.
He has already done multiple media appearances where he falsely claimed Brown was shot by Wilson in the back. He also has claimed that Brown never reached for Wilson’s gun, was “shot like an animal” and that Brown had his hands up and told Wilson he was unarmed.
Johnson’s claims helped inspire the protests and riots in Ferguson over the past 10 days, as well as the “Hands up, don’t shoot” rallying cry of the protesters and their supporters.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has details about the 2011 charges against Johnson:
During the summer after his first semester at Lincoln, Johnson was charged with a misdemeanor after giving police a false first name after he was arrested on suspicion of theft. He later pleaded guilty.
He was accused of stealing a package containing a backpack belonging to someone else from an apartment complex. When he was arrested in that case, he identified himself as Derrick Johnson and said he was 16.
He is wanted for failing to appear in Jefferson City municipal court to answer to the theft charge, court officials said.
Johnson got his defense into the “black community” mythos early. Initial representations claimed he was a “witness,” to Mike Brown’s death, but of course, it turned out he was actually Mike Brown’s accomplice in a strong-arm robbery at the time. His NAACP handlers saw to it that his several evolving and ever-more-self-flattering versions of the incident became widespread almost overnight with the help of CNN. A lengthy transcript of one of his interviews is here:
But, in truth, at the time, the only eye-witness who apparently claimed to have seen the whole incident in completion and in context, has yet to be publicly identified. In fact, very few main media sources have been interested in pursuing his identity, nor his testimony, even though it was posted inadvertently on You Tube almost instantaneously after Brown’s death:
A previously unnoticed detail in a background conversion of a video taken minutes after the Ferguson shooting could change the course of the investigation into Mike Brown’s death.
The original video poster appears sympathetic to the narrative that Mike Brown was shot unarmed with his hands in the air. But he unknowingly picks up conversation between a man who saw the altercation and another neighbor.
An approximate transcription of the background conversation, as related by the “Conservative Treehouse” blog, who originally discovered the conversation:
@6:28/6:29 of video
#1 How’d he get from there to there?
#2 Because he ran, the police was still in the truck – cause he was like over the truck
#2 But him and the police was both in the truck, then he ran – the police got out and ran after him
#2 Then the next thing I know he doubled back toward him cus – the police had his gun drawn already on him –
[there is dispute here whether he says “doubled back” or “coming back.”]
#1. Oh, the police got his gun
#2 The police kept dumpin on him, and I’m thinking the police kept missing – he like – be like – but he kept coming toward him
#2 Police fired shots – the next thing I know – the police was missing
#1 The Police?
#2 The Police shot him
#2 The next thing I know … I’m thinking … the dude started running … (garbled something about “he took it from him”)
This is terribly important because if Mike Brown had been shot, and he advanced towards the cop instead of surrendering, it would substantiate the narrative that the policeman shot in self-defense due to the fact that he was being threatened with severe bodily harm. This corroborates an account of the event given by a friend of Officer Darren Wilson:
This would be interesting in and of itself, but more so, since it substantiates the independently given initial account of the event as claimed by officer Wilson.
Earlier, another friend who identified herself only as Josie called “The Dana Show” on radio station KFTK to say that Wilson told her the tall, burly Brown, 18, had “bum-rushed“ him before the shooting.
Josie — who said she heard the version from Wilson’s girlfriend — said the cop encountered Brown and his pal Dorian Johnson walking down the middle of a street, pulled up and ordered them onto the sidewalk.
Wilson then noticed the pair were carrying cigars, and had heard the report of the robbery and recognized the pair as possible suspects.
“And he’s looking at them and they got something in their hands and it looks like it could be what, you know, those cigars or whatever. So he goes in reverse back to them,” Josie said.
Wilson, she said, “tries to get out of his car. They slam his door shut violently. I think he said Michael did. And then he opened the car again. He tried to get out. He stands up.
“And then Michael just bum-rushes him and shoves him back into his car. Punches him in the face and then Darren grabs for his gun. Michael grabbed for the gun. At one point he got the gun entirely turned against his hip. And he shoves it away. And the gun goes off,” Josie said.
“Well, then Michael takes off and gets to be about 35 feet away. And Darren’s first protocol is to pursue. So he stands up and yells, ‘Freeze!’ Michael and his friend turn around. And Michael taunts him … And then all the sudden he just started bum-rushing him. He just started coming at him full speed,” she told the station.
“So [Wilson] really thinks [Brown] was on something, because he just kept coming. It was unbelievable. And so he finally ended up, the final shot was in the forehead, and then he fell about two to three feet in front of the officer,” she said.
The story officer Wilson told to these friends, is apparently the same story more or less told by the first actual full-event eye-witness who inadvertently recounted the event only moments after-the-fact on the YouTube video. Every single other so-called “witness” in the media so far, came forward a day, days, weeks later repeating essentially the story Dorian Johnson had by then standardized all over the neighborhood–a story that fit the poor, innocent, “Dumb Nigga” boilerplate narrative perfectly.
If you listen to the phone-camera operator and his female partner in the discussion linked below, you can hear them spontaneously fabricating the “black community’s” Mike Brown story bit by bit as they stand there ironically, simultaneously admitting that they actually didn’t see a thing:
As I write this, bits of the testimony and evidence from the grand jury hearing is leaking out. The short version is: Mike Brown assaulted officer Darren Wilson first by slamming him back into his car, then through the window of his vehicle and/or the open door, there was a furious struggle over the officer’s gun. Mike was shot in the hand grabbing at it. Mike bled on the officer, his gun, and all over inside of his car. Half a dozen black, neighborhood witnesses have testified that Brown was at the police vehicle, beating on Wilson, then lit out and Wilson came out of the vehicle shooting. Then Brown turned back on him. Contrary to a few self-interested perjurers and internet liars, like Dorian Johnson, Brown made no obvious gesture of surrender and was killed at fairly close range, charging Wilson exactly as the officer contended. This is supported by blood spatter analysis, gunshot residue, the several autopsies, and multiple witnesses. Most of this was all known at the time of the original autopsy, yet the family paid for two more of their own, trying to make the physical evidence come out differently, because it simply didn’t fit the narrative they had already written for Mike and the “black community” agenda. But by then, they’d set loose the dogs of riot and canonized the “Justice for Mike Brown” litany.
Holder ‘exasperated‘ at Ferguson leaks
On Wednesday, Attorney General Eric Holder told Justice Department lawyers who are conducting an independent federal inquiry of the shooting and an investigation of the Ferguson Police Department that he is “exasperated” at the “selective flow of information coming out of Missouri,” a Justice official said.
Holder called the leaks “inappropriate and troubling” since both the federal investigation and the grand jury proceedings are ongoing, the Justice official said.
Holder said he is highly suspect of local authorities, the Justice official said, because the recent leaks are reminiscent of the decision by local police to release surveillance video showing Brown stealing cigars from a convenience store just before the deadly police confrontation.
Holder, at the time, denounced the release of the video as intended to skew perception of the case.
In an interview with CNN this week, Holder tried to temper expectations on the streets of Ferguson. He noted that when he traveled to Ferguson in an attempt to calm tensions, he promised two things: a fair investigation and reform of the Ferguson police.
Four points about Holder’s take on Ferguson: 1 His very presence, his very insertion into the case is an attempt to “skew perception of the case.” 2 His promise of a fair investigation presumes there wasn’t one going on, and he could have no idea whether there was or wasn’t at the time. 3 His promise to “reform” Ferguson’s police departement presumes he has that authority, which he doesn’t, not unless he’s proven a case against them and a federal court has made a ruling on it, so again, this promise is a blatant attempt to “skew perception of the case.” 4 The Brown family team, Barack Hussein Obama, and Eric Holder initiated the “skewing of perceptions of the case” when they coined the phrase “gentle giant” and spread their rioting minions into the night to prance in front of riot squads and cameras, with signs and firebombs, while play-acting Mike’s fictional “surrender,” and eventually to loot, pillage, and throw Molotov cocktails into the Quick Trip.
But the truth is, Eric Holder isn’t exactly neutral in his racial politics. Eric Holder came of age in a black-separatist gestalt where only “black people” demand “justice.” White people prevent justice. Holder simple hasn’t shown any willingness to see it any other way.
A while ago, The Daily Caller reported that, as a student at Columbia University, Eric Holder participated in an armed takeover of the University’s former ROTC office. John wrote about this at the time, but I want to expand.
According to the Daily Caller, Holder was among the leaders of the Student Afro-American Society (SAAS), which demanded that the former ROTC office be renamed the “Malcolm X Lounge.” The change, the group insisted, was to be made “in honor of a man who recognized the importance of territory as a basis for nationhood.”
This statement shows the separatist nature of the group Holder helped lead. And, indeed, Stefan Bradley, professor of African-American studies at Saint Louis University and author of the 2009 book “Harlem vs. Columbia University,” has described the Columbia organization as separatist.
The Daily Caller’s information comes in part from statements by a friend of Holder at Columbia and in part from Holder himself. The friend, Steve Sims, told GQ magazine that he, Holder, and others “took over the ROTC lounge in Hartley Hall and created the Malcolm X Lounge.” GQ calls Sims “the attorney general’s closest friend” and “a man Holder describes as his ‘consigliore.’”
Holder himself said in a 2009 speech that he and his fellow students decided to “peacefully occupy one of the campus offices.” Presumably, this was the ROTC office.
The information that the occupiers were armed comes from a deleted Web page of the Black Students’ Organization (BSO) at Columbia, a successor group to the SAAS. It states: “In 1970, a group of armed black students seized the abandoned ROTC office on the first floor of Hartley Hall.” If this account is correct, then Holder either has forgotten about the arms, pretends there were no arms, or means that the occupation was “peaceful” in the sense that no one was shot.
Student takeovers of college buildings were all too common on Ivy League and others campuses during this period. Armed takeovers were not. However, guns were not unheard of when Black students conducted the building takeovers. The most notorious example occurred in 1969 at Cornell. A picture of armed black Cornell students made it into Newsweek Magazine.
Forty years later, Holder still seems proud of his militant activity. During a 2009 commencement speech at Columbia, he boasted: “I was among a large group of students who felt strongly about the way we thought the world should be, and we weren’t afraid to make our opinions heard.” He didn’t add that they felt so strongly they violated the law and, it would appear, armed themselves in the process.
Nor did Holder tell his audience what, specifically, he and his comrades felt so strongly about. As noted, his outfit — SAAS –favored racial separatism. Additionally, according to Professor Bradley, they actively supported the Black Panthers, who were widely viewed by black campus radicals as role models.
Indeed, the Daily Caller reports that in March 1970, the SAAS released a statement supporting twenty-one Black Panthers charged with plotting to blow up department stores, railroad tracks, a police station and the New York Botanical Gardens (what the Botanical Gardens ever did to the Black Panthers, I don’t know). And they held a campus rally on March 12, 1970 featuring Afeni Shakur — one of the Panthers out on bail and the future mother of rapper Tupac Shakur.
Among the black Columbia professors who publicly supported Holder and the SAAS during this period was Black history teacher Hollis Lynch. Holder says that Lynch is one of four professors who has “shaped my worldview.”
As Attorney General, Holder presided over a Justice Department that declined to prosecute members of the New Black Panther Party who intimidated white voters (with a club, not guns) outside a Philadelphia polling precinct in 2008. Does part of the “worldview” Holder formed at Columbia consist of the notion that, when it comes to race, you have to break some eggs to make an omelet?
The problem is, I don’t believe the “black community” can solve any of its problems until it first, admits there is such a thing as a “Dumb Nigga,” and then admits there’s nothing romantic or heroic or more “authentically black” about being one. They aren’t reliable. They aren’t honest. Their first instinct is to lie or just spin a story to cover their own asses. They aren’t a credit to the race—not the “black” race, not the human race. They actually are too stupid for their own good. It’s not an act. It’s not “cool.” They’ll riot and loot at the drop of a hat. And they are aided and abetted by a “community” of fellow “Dumb Niggas” who are happy to expand the lies and delusions of any one in their brotherhood. At this moment there is a whole town full of them in Ferguson Missouri standing at the line, just waiting for the starting gun to go off if the grand jury doesn’t indict officer Wilson for the “assassination” of Mike Brown.
“I think there’ll be a bunch of trouble if something right don’t happen,” said René Jones, who lives in an apartment opposite the makeshift memorial to Brown, of tributes, candles, signs and stuffed toys, that has grown up on the spot in the street where he died. “There’s nothing that’s going to convince people around here that it’s not the system protecting its own if Wilson walks free.”
Across the road, Norma Webb was leaning over a balcony.
“The justice system isn’t doing its part,” she said. “They need to indict Darren Wilson. That’s what’s got everyone enraged. They are ducking and diving. We want justice. Even though he’s a cop he should be treated the same as everybody else.”
The man next to her, who give his name as Big Woody, interjected.
“It’s going to get real ugly if they don’t indict him,” he said.
“I pray to god this is settled in a human manner,” she said.
Among the city’s white residents, the mood is no less concerned.
Now of course, if you care to argue that there is no such thing as a “Dumb Nigga,” or that “Dumb Niggas” won’t just fabricate a load of BS for the sake of a good rant and a shot at some payback at “Whitey,” have a look and listen at one of them here…my case in point:
By the way, the fellow above is enjoying some “Purple Drank” or “Lean,” or “Sizzurp,” with his friends as he rants. This is the drink made famous by Trayvon Martin and other young black males in the “thug life” community. It consists of codeine-laden prescription cough syrup and some choice of fruit juice, often grape or watermelon, ice tea, but originally mainly lemon/lime soda, and sometimes sweetened with Skittles or Jolly Rancher candies for sweetness. Again, I remind you that this “crazy” YouTube character wasn’t anywhere near the Michael Brown killing and is nothing more than a leaned-out parrot for whoever and whatever he’s heard on the street or online.
And more to the point, here are a few pictures of some of Mike Brown’s personal friends, pulled out of his social media contacts, flashing gang signs, as is Mike himself in a few:
All of these web sites, like those “thug life” web pages of Trayvon Martin, were almost immediately deleted and purged of years of gang-related and thuggish poses, references to violent and homicidal boasts and desires. But in Brown’s case, we really don’t need to look at anything more than his highlight reel in the Quick Trip to get some insight into his “gentle” character.
Now, two construction workers have recently submitted testimony, some two months after-the-fact, and appear in a video apparently watching the Michael Brown shooting from well across the way, and one of them does appear to raise his arms–which CNN, other media and these witnesses now claim was illustrating what Michael Brown was doing just before he was shot. Unfortunately, this doesn’t actually record the event in progress, and the man doesn’t actually raise his arms as if in surrender, just lifts them a bit like a large “shrug,” as if in dismay at what he’s looking at. They too claim to have only seen the last few seconds of the incident, and claim that by the time Brown was stopping, turning around, and, in their estimation “surrendering,” he’d already been shot, and the officer in question was already in hot pursuit with his gun blazing.
And that’s where all witnesses except one pick up the story–the last few seconds of Michael Brown’s life, at which point he had already had a major, bloody fight with a cop, and the cop he’d just roughed up was already in a highly charged fighting stance with a gun drawn and firing. For some reason, none of the “black community” of Ferguson Missouri, or the US of A in general, has any interest in exploring how Michael Brown ended up in that position in the last few seconds of his life. They’ve already decided who’s fault it was. It’s got to be that the cop is a racist killer, and that’s the end of reasoning. None of the “black community” seems it to be unreasonable to expect this officer to relax, take a clear-headed pause from his course of pursuit at the first hint of submission, and instantly calm down long enough to have a chat with our dear Michael, and see if the large violent monster he’d just been manhandled by has suddenly come to a state of repentance. It’s entirely incumbent upon the cop to make that split-hair decision and get it right. One can’t suggest Mike Brown was the chief instigator who led himself to his own fatal predicament. It wasn’t Mike Brown who put this cop into the “shoot or no shoot” drill.
No, that’s “blaming the victim.” That’s “character assassination.”
The latest audio recording to appear in the Michael Brown case pretends to record the audio death of Mike Brown in the background as two homey’s are recording something else in the vicinity. Basically, if it’s genuine, Mike Brown’s death comes down to 12 seconds. That’s a blink of an eye for some beaten-up, infuriated cop, trying to decide just what this “Crazy Nigga” is trying to do—turn and charge, or just give up.
If Mike Brown was a plain dumb white boy, we’d all say, well, what the hell did you expect was going to happen Mikey? You didn’t see that comin’? But as bizarre as it seems to the average white dude, the only “logical” answer that will satisfy the “black community,” is that officer Darren Wilson is a white racist pig who wanted to kill a young black male because he hates “Niggers,” and he picked Mike Brown randomly off the street and shot him for no reason. Certainly, for those who rioted in the streets of Ferguson, and now crouch in the starting blocks waiting to have another go at the town, as well as all of their supporters and apologists, there is no exploration of the facts or circumstances leading up to the death of Michael Brown that could ever suggest that any course of action decided upon by Michael Brown was a factor contributing in any way to his own demise. The only important issue for the “black community” of Ferguson Missouri, or the American “black community” in general, is why officer Wilson didn’t take that peaceful, last second pause–why he didn’t instantly recognize or care that Brown was suddenly trying to surrender, in-between all the flying lead. In the “black community,” responsibility for Mike Brown’s death is never going to be credited in any small portion to Mike Brown or anything he said or did.–no matter how blatantly obvious it might be that Mike Brown in large part did himself in.
But consider this proposition for a moment:
If “Dumb Niggas” in the “black community” actually are in the habit of saying and doing things that keep getting them shot, beat down, choked-out, and arrested by the police, then unless they stop that behavior, then “Dumb Niggas” are going to keep getting shot, beat down, choked-out, and arrested by the police. The color of the cop is almost irrelevant. (The bruthuh’z not black, he’s blue…) What if it really isn’t all down to cops, or even the nature of Whitey in general? Can’t it be conceded at least that it is not the nature of even fellow “Dumb Niggas” to give a “Dumb Nigga” the complete benefit of the doubt and wait till the very last second to see if “Dumb Nigga’s” just venting, merely playing the thug, just shooting his mouth off, or if “Dumb Nigga’s” really going to “chimp out” and do something injurious or fatal to himself or others? Cops are certainly never going to be trained to just chill out and wait and see if anyone gets hurt or killed before they put down a perceived threat. That’s an asinine suggestion on its face. They’re not going to casually take a beating a while before they pull the trigger, just to make sure it’s got the appearance of “fairness” for the sake of the “community,” black or white.
But the “black community” refuses to even think that way. Michael Brown could have beaten Darren Wilson to a pulp in his truck, dragged his limply flopping body out the door and kicked him up and down the street, grabbed his gun, and in the final struggle over it, if by lucky chance officer Wilson hfad managed to get a round into him, just as the struggling officer was drifting into unconsciousness, even then the “black community” would still cry “foul” because Brown was “unarmed.” Brown didn’t really pose a threat to the officer. Brown wouldn’t have really beaten the officer to death. Wilson should have taken his “ass whoopin'” like a man and gotten over it. The “black community” argues that cops and “white” America just need to be educated on how black folks and young black males in particular dress and talk and deport themselves. “White” America has to be trained to accept the way “black” America culturally responds to authority figures. America has to change. That’s what’s going to end these tragic deaths.
We don’t have to guess. We just went through that very scenario in the George Zimmerman trial. Any black person doing anything quite apparently shady or even anything that blatantly arouses the suspicions of the police is automatically defended and justified by the “black community” as a victim of white oppression of “black culture.” Black people count on the Democratic Party as a whole, and a co-conspiratorial white liberal media, to sell America on buying that argument perpetually–all evidence to the contrary be damned. It’s a major element of the black power structure in the United States:
The “Django Unchained” actress who cried racism against the LAPD … claiming they harassed and hurt her because she was just making out with her white boyfriend in a car — has some explaining to do, because we obtained pictures that seem to show A LOT more than sucking face.
The pictures were taken Thursday outside the CBS lot in Studio City. You see Daniele Watts straddling BF Brian — their hands steadying themselves around the sunroof.
An eyewitness who saw Daniele and Brian as he worked in a nearby office tells TMZ … Brian was sitting in the passenger seat with his feet on the curb and Daniele was straddling him with her shirt pulled up — breasts exposed. The eyewitness says she was grinding on top of him, rocking back and forth.
Someone from the office went down and asked Daniele and Brian to stop because everyone in the office could see them but they continued.
The eyewitnesses say Brian then began “horizontally bongoing her boobs back and forth.” He says she eventually reached into the center console, grabbed a tissue, wiped him down and then herself and tossed it on the grass.
Someone from the office called the cops and made an indecent exposure complaint. TMZ obtained police audio when the cops came out, and Daniele played the race and fame cards.
There isn’t any question by now that Danielle Watts was in fact grinding and humping away in a public place—something she doesn’t exactly even deny in a CNN interview she gives soon afterward. She even boasts about having the right to get as passionate as she wants in public, she believes, as long as she keeps her clothes on. And of course, she’s wrong there. And she’s clearly lying that the LAPD involvement had anything to do with either mistaking her for a prostitute, or because she’s black and her boyfriend’s white. Nobody ever accused her of being a prostitute. Danielle Watts was committing lewd acts in public and somebody called the cops on her because she was being lewd—not because she was a black woman kissing a white boyfriend. She was humping in a car in public. And when her lewd behavior prompted a visit from the nice LAPD officers, she did everything within her power to provoke and escalate a simple request for ID into a major police incident. Personally I think she was hoping to get tazed and beaten, but the cops weren’t falling for it.
Which brings us to another recent cry of “wolf” from the oppressed “black community:”
This black Oakland firefighter, not knowing that the cop had been wearing a body camera and the whole incident had been recorded, went on local television to describe his “ordeal” asserting that it was clearly down to racism:
And while this Oakland firefighter claims he wasn’t given an apology and was subjected to life-threatening interrogation for “several minutes,” and that the cop wouldn’t let his sons lower their hands even though he asked nicely, none of that was true. The body cam shows a perfectly routine, calm, and very brief encounter during which the officer was professional and polite, and finished with a sincere apology for the misunderstanding.
Remember the “beer summit?” Henry Louis Gates had a hissy fit on his front porch because he was trying to break into his own house and a neighbor called the police to investigate what was going on over there. Maybe his agitated, uncooperative, possibly threatening demeanor toward the arriving officers came down mostly to being insulted that, as a famous PBS personality the cops didn’t immediately recognize him. (Perhaps cops don’t watch PBS?) But, oh no, black people don’t culturally respond to police or authority figures, in counter-intuitive ways that only work against their best interest. Nobody’s ever observed that at all. And, oh yes, it’s entirely down to the Cambridge Massachusetts police department acting “stupidly” in the words of America’s first black president.
Obviously, black people know all about the “race card” and how to use it to their advantage. And yes indeedy, I’m saying the “black community” knows they’re always in possession of a magical “get out of jail free” ticket. And rather a lot of them will pull it out of a sleeve at every convenience. But, they also know the race card is losing its value. And that’s an uncomfortable place for much of the “black community” to be headed for. It used to be an easy-win. For the last couple of generations, all they had to do was pull the race card and “Whitey” had to back down. But that whole old order is collapsing. It’s getting harder and harder for plain dumb white, and plain dumb people of color in America to simply assume that “racism” is always going to be the key element in the matter any time “black” people are in trouble with the law.
For example: Even given Dorian Johnson’s overtly biased input, the Michael Brown story goes from a robbery, to blocking the street while transporting stolen goods, to telling a cop essentially to piss off, to what even Johnson admits was a violent tussle in and out or over and through the officer’s vehicle door. And then Brown runs. (Just what Johnson was doing all this time is dubious.) That’s three, four or five stages beyond Michael Brown “minding his own business,” as Johnson claims when he begins his cover-story. That’s maybe a half a dozen opportunities to not get shot, to not even get into trouble at all–long before there’s a cop, white or not, looking to pull a gun on him.
What is it about black folks, and black young men in general, (only we plain dumb white guys apparently might ask) that compels them to say and do exactly what’s necessary to draw the attention of law enforcement to themselves in a negative way, and then rapidly progress through the encounter in a direction and with an attitude that can surely be designed only to make the absolute worst out of the situation?
And, even in an event like that of the Oakland firefighter, where he deported himself perfectly, where the cop responded calmly, professionally, and with courtesy—why do black folk invariably come out of such dealings with “white authority figures” claiming they’d just been through some hellish ordeal that insulted their very humanity? And this, always simply because they are “black?”
So, no, the popular account of Michael Brown’s death is completely implausible right up till about the fifth or sixth phase. At that point we find “Dumb Nigga” Michael Brown dealing with a really pumped-up cop who’s already fired on him, is actually in the process of still firing at him, and has a hair-trigger ready to continue. Perhaps by the time Michael Brown decided to stop messing with him, by the time Mike realized that this cop really would plug him, officer Wilson just didn’t give a damn, literally didn’t trust him for a second, and certainly didn’t trust him coming back at him at any speed whatsoever, fictional hands up or not. Even if we give Dorian Johnson’s now blatantly debunked testimony as much leeway as reason can muster, isn’t it still putting a lot of faith in the powers of observation of a police officer who’s already decided the “Not-so Gentle Giant” needed to be killed, to demand that he instantly discern that at the last second, Mike Brown suddenly had a change of heart and at the moment of his death he had actually decided to throw in the towel?
Well, of course it is.
So I ask you: is the name of the game as a young black male to see just how pissed off you can get a cop before he shoots you dead? Is that the primary “right” that “Nigga” has then? If so, did Michael Brown win the game or lose it?
The Michael Brown story we were first told, featured a “Gentle Giant” tripping down the street with his best buddy Dorian, all excited about starting college in a couple of days. Only a “Dumb Nigga” would instinctively believe that story. If I told that story to my pasty-white mom as a teen with the cops at my door, she’d get to the bottom of it in a hurry, rather than launch a national protest over her outrage against the violation of my civil rights. But that’s one of the key features of the “Dumb Nigga’s” thought processes. Anything a fellow “Dumb Nigga” tells you is automatically true–especially if it feeds into the cultural prejudice against “Whitey,” and “white values.”
White values? Oh, you know. Things like walking on the sidewalk instead of down the middle of the street. Or, not hanging your ass out of your trousers. Or saying, “Yes sir, right away officer,” when a cop tells you to do some simple thing that will keep you alive and out of trouble. White values, like not ripping off the corner store, setting the stolen soda on the sidewalk, waiting for the cops to arrive, and then pulling a big knife and staggering toward them when they tell you to surrender. (Yeah. Mike Brown 2.0 Video to follow…)
The real question you have to ask yourself here is: even given that Darren Wilson and all the Ferguson cops might viciously hate all the local black homeboys and are just itching for an excuse to stop and arrest any and all innocent young black males they run into–why would you go out of your way to give them any excuse to act out their aggressions against you? If angry Officer Wilson roars up all pissed off and tells you to get the hell out of the middle of the street, why wouldn’t you just get out of the middle of the street and let him roll on–much less, why would you tax his seething, white racist patience while still holding in your hand the evidence of the strong-arm robbery you’d just committed down the street, on your way to your buddy’s house to hollow out those stolen Swisher Sweets and make some blunts?
Here’s what you’re going to find out eventually about Michael Brown, though if you’re a member of the “black community,” none of it’s going to matter and it’s going to be the cop’s fault however it shakes out:
1 Michael Brown was not a “Gentle Giant.” In a misguided attempt to defend one of their own, the Ferguson cops released a video of Brown tossing around the store clerk he was robbing like a rag doll, just a few minutes before getting himself shot. As the clerk comes back for a second try at apprehending him, Brown towers and looms over him with an arm cocked and by sheer force of menace cows him into retreating. Michael Brown in is in reality over 6’5″ and pushing 300 lbs. That’s also not just a lot of fat.
2 Michael Brown was not just walking home to grandma’s house, down the middle of the street. Or to Dorian’s house, depending on who’s telling which story in what interview. Michael Brown had just robbed by force the Quick Trip and was still in the company of his partner in crime, the “black community’s” main witness, who has already been convicted of lying to the police. (Incidentally, they stole a case of Swisher Sweets, notoriously bad cigars that exist only to hollow out, and fill with dope.)
3 Michael Brown’s step-father is a convicted felon and though Brown himself is alleged never been convicted of a “serious felony,” there a lot of felonies out there to commit and it all depends upon what you call “serious.” He’s protected for the moment by his juvenile records’ legal status from the prying eyes of fact-finders. Apparently Brown’s step-dad plead out a deal to get Michael absolved of involvement in a 2nd degree murder rap, but that’s not my point: If you claim Michael Brown is a furry widdle wabbit who’d never hurt a fly, and I point out a video of him thugging-it out with a clerk while robbing a quickie-mart, or photos of him stoned silly and partying with gangbangers and jailbirds, that’s not character assassination. That’s a direct response to the challenge of your own propaganda.
Every mom with a dead kid wants a fantasy angel to take to the funeral and cry over in a big public show of grief and mourning. But you don’t get that luxury when the whole “black community” is burning down the Quick Trip and you’re in the nation’s face trying to lynch a white cop for allegedly assassinating your innocent little black baby boy. You can hardly blame some Ferguson cop in the video evidence department for wanting to expose the hoax. And make no mistake about it, Michael Brown was no stranger to the “Dumb Niggas” who torched the store and financially ruined the clerk and owner who they, in true “Dumb Nigga” logic, blame for not just his death, but the “defamation” of his memory.
I may sound like a stuck loop here, but all Michael Brown had to do to stay alive was not walk down the middle of the street and stay on the sidewalk like a normal human being. (Oh yes, I know you young “Niggas” and “Wiggas” out there think that’s being “white,” and acting “white” isn’t cool…) And if you’re going to walk down the middle of the street, don’t do it with an armload of stolen cigars. And let alone, when some cop inevitably rolls up on you as you are walking down the middle of the street, carrying an armload of stolen cigars, and all he does is curse you and order you onto the sidewalk, don’t tell him you’ll get to it in your own sweet time.
But, that’s not how “Dumb Nigga” thinks. “Nigga” would rather be dead than not cool. I can only come to the conclusion that in the “black community,” this is an ethos not entirely restricted to “Dumb Niggas.” It appears to be an almost universally endorsed, almost beloved, “black community” cultural imperative.
I’m just thinking out loud here… From the perspective of a plain dumb white guy, it seems to me that Michael Brown would be alive and enjoying his jail time today if he’d done nothing more than stay on the sidewalk on his way home from robbing the local convenience store. All we plain dumb white guys can only smile, and think: Seriously. How stupid do you need to be not to see that much? It’s hard to say if Darren Wilson got trigger happy in the heat of the moment or not. Sure, all of that’s debatable. But Mike Brown set out that day looking for trouble, and he found it. Or it found him. That shouldn’t have to be argued. But Dumb Niggas” will never see it that way. So “Dumb Niggas” will just have to keep getting shot I suppose.
Michael Brown’s cousin Eric Davies said this about Mike:
You know a couple of weeks ago he told me, “One day everybody in the world is going to know my name.”
‘Isn’t that the craziest thing? He was so sure, “Everybody in the world is going to know my name.”
‘Turns out it was like a prophecy. Now they do.’
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Sadly, there is no video of Michael Brown’s death. But if there was,it would probably look a lot like this:
Another “black community” hero is born. Fight the power brother! RIP Mike Brown. And whoever the hell this “Crazy-ass Nigga” is. The only difference between this sad fool’s ending and that of Michael Brown, is that Mike Brown had a better publicity team.