DON'T GIVE THE BEAST THE ADVANTAGE - Rev. Martin Anthony
It Is A Time To Teach!
Travon Martin, Jordan Davis, Renisha McBride, Eric Garner, John Crawford, Ezell Ford, Dante Parker, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice..From Fl., Detroit., NY., LA., OH., Ferguson MO....All died under disputed circumstances. Although some of these circumstances were not based on police activity it’s still surrounded by disputed circumstances. Why haven’t it been black police officers in much of these disputed circumstances in the black community? Why haven’t been white female officers in much of these disputed circumstances in the black community? Why haven’t been black female officers in much of these disputed circumstances in the black community? Why haven’t it been Latino male police officers in much of these disputed circumstances in the black community? Why haven’t been Latino female police officers in much of these disputed circumstances? Is it circumstantially surprised that such incidents like this even happen with the nature of the relationship between the white male counterpart and the black community as a whole? This has been the long drawn history of much of the white male relationship with the black community as a whole and one should not be in disarray over such death and destruction that has been imposed on the black community through our entire existence here on earth. With that being said, why does the black community continue to disregard all warning signs of the danger that this relationship consist of when we do wrong? Why does the black community live up to the principle that, “Where there ain’t no Trouble we are a Producer of Trouble”. Why have the “Black Man” committed more homicide against another Black Man? According to a study from the Tuskegee Institute, the Ku Klux Klan killed 3,446 Black people in America during an 86-year span compared with Black men who kill about this same number of Black people every six months. In two U.S. wars, 6,754 American soldiers were killed including 2,019 soldiers in Afghanistan since 2001 and 4,735 soldiers in Iraq since 2003. Shockingly for our nation’s central city communities, the newsletter released data would reveal that during this same nine-and-a-half years that the U.S. has been at war oversees from 2001 through 2010, approximately 67,000 Black people were murdered during this same time in the United States. If we were to protest that horrifying statistic to the level as we do now for disputed police activity, we will be walking “ FOR ETERNITY”!!!