Meanwhile we’re going to hear ad nauseum that Michael Brown was shot from the front, suggesting he was “attacking” the officer. But you watch the video of Kajieme Powell and you see they will open fire whenever the suspect is facing them and they can use that to justify it.
But what ALSO came out during the Mike Brown shooting is that there was no gunshot residue on his body, implying there was considerable distance between him and the cop when he was shot. The same is obviously true in the shooting of Kajieme Powell, who was more than a couple yards away when shot. So I’ve heard all about Mike Brown being shot from the front, but eerie silence about the distance between him and Darren Wilson when Wilson shot him. Isn’t it all just then calculated on selective details coming out afterward, to justify it all?
We have to realize: the fate of our government’s integrity (and the power of white supremacy in general) lies in this data. And we are waiting on vested powers to trickle out information to us. It is ludicrous to think we will get a truthful answer when so much is on the line.
Lately every post on my dash feels vitally important, like the shit is coming down. And I’m realizing the repression is mostly the same it’s always been. People just aren’t taking it anymore. More and more people are done with the bullshit. The endless stories of injustice towards black people, most especially, are becoming droplets of fuel in a literal fire that isn’t going anywhere. It’s just going to grow and grow. Because there is no reversal of this genocide. It’s what this country was founded upon. An America without black genocide isn’t America at all. We’re about to be reborn.
So we got white cops with guns pointed in black faces because they believe we don’t understand the system and we need to be trained to obey like dogs, undercover KKK members handing out molotov cocktails and encouraging the yutes to be violent, and white…
We still got people arguing that the Civil War “wasn’t really about race” while the second one is about to kick off over… race.