Skip to comments.Current Black Leadership: The Most Evil Combination Ever
Posted on 07/23/2002 9:52:48 AM PDT by JuanAntonio
Those words appeared on a sign at a march of black protesters this past week over the recent incident in Inglewood, California. When I saw this sign on the front page of the Los Angeles Times I couldnt help but think that the photograph said it all: hundreds of blacks, on call for a riot, so angry and with so little sense that no one was able to correctly spell the word outraged.
By now we all know about last weeks incident in Inglewood, thanks to the inflammatory response of black leaders to the videotape that documented this altercationor at least part of it. But most, particularly those in the black community, have failed to forgo judgment until a complete and thorough investigation has been carried out. In the spirit of due process, we must allow all the facts to come out. This means we must know the Inglewood Police Officers side of the story.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the police officers delivered the following basic account regarding the encounter: On Saturday, July 6, two sheriff deputies approached Coby Chavis, the father of sixteen-year-old Donovan Jackson, at a gas station to inquire about expired vehicle registration tags. Jackson left the gas stations market to come upon his dad being questioned. According to the police officers, Jackson ignored commands of police officers to wait outside his fathers car as they talked to Chavis. Deputy Carlos Lopez then attempted to get Jackson to sit in the patrol car, at which time Jackson shouted, Im not getting in the car! Im not getting in the car! and reportedly lunged at the deputy. Officers Jeremy Morse and Bijan Darvish, arriving on the scene as backup, reported that Jackson hit Lopez. Morse and Darvish responded by wrestling Jackson to the ground and trying to handcuff him.
The officers reported that Jackson continued to struggle with the deputies, grabbing, scratching, and swinging as they continued to try to subdue the youth. At this point, Officer Darvish punched Jackson twice in the face because Jackson would not let go of his uniform. Shortly thereafter, the four officers handcuffed Jackson and Morse lifted him off the ground.
It is only at this point in the encounter that the videotape begins, depicting the young thug being thrown on a car and punched in the face (after reportedly refusing to let go of Officer Morses testicles).
If true, then this report is crucial to the case of the officers and to finding out the truth behind this encounter. A complete and comprehensive investigation as dictated by due process would bring these facts out. Unfortunately, most in the black community dont know what due process is and the major black leaders certainly dont care about it. Unfortunately, the wicked Maxine No justice, no peace! Waters, the immoral Rev. Impregnate your mistress, but youre married Jesse Jackson, Reverend the Jews are interlopers Al Sharpton, Martin Luther I lost the dream King III, Dick Im only an activist when it involves hating the white man Gregory, and many of the phony called-by-momma-but-not-God black preachers only care about keeping blacks angry for their own personal gain.
It is thanks to leaders such as these that over the last forty years or so, black men have been so degraded and demoralized that there is no longer any respect for authority in most of the black community. Furthermore, black leaders have turned blacks against cops, convincing them that cops are racist. This encouragement of active disrespect against authority has lead to this kind of hostility by blacks towards police officers.
Jesse Jackson recently labeled President George W. Bush and Attorney General John Ashcroft the most evil combination of our lifetime. But I say that the current black leadership is the most evil combination ever.
These problem profiteers can gather a group of angry blacks in less than an hour to hate the white man, but not to stand up for the reported thirteen million babies that have been killed in the black womans womb since 1973. You wont hear black leaders shouting about black-on-black crime being out of control, that the public school systems have been so dumbed down that blacks can barely read and write (i.e. Out Raged!!), or that the black community is ravaged with AIDS. Most blacks are lazy and trifling, and in the inner city most blacks are on call for a riot at the beckon of their leaders.
Many say there is no excuse for what the cops did as shown on the video. I say there is no excuse for what these black leaders have done to turn blacks against cops. They are a combination of wicked men and women whose only goal is power and wealth, at the cost of the rest of the black community. We must repudiate and disband this evil combination of leaders and stand strongly for truth, or they will destroy the black community and America with it.
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The ghetto blacks (rent a mobs) have very selective hearing and vision...they are merely waiting for the next black leader inspired melee that will benefit their living rooms with either a new TV or stereo system.
It's important for our society to know there are voices such as yours challenging the "keep hate alive" zeitgeist of Jesse Jackson and his fellow travelers.
The result, untold abortions in the inner city because the "black" leadership embraced the leftists and every one of their notions in order to join the big guys club.
Rather than preach on the sancitity of life and the duty of parental responsibility, Jesse Jackson quick kicked.
Jesse Peterson will never sell out his fellow Americans like Jesse Jackson, never.
My granddaughter and I met Ward Connerly at the Bush inaugaration as we were walking to the Capital. We met Jesse Peterson the next day at the March for Life.
We thanked both for their courage and steadfastness in the face of unrelenting smears from the left wing money changers. They were both more than happy to chat with us and shake my year old granddaughters hand. I will never forget.
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