#BlackLivesMatter

#BlackLivesMatter. Did you know that? It’s funny that, up until this point, I was unaware that black lives did indeed matter. I just assumed that they didn’t matter. Thanks to the hashtag activism, I have now been alerted, and made aware of the fact that the lives of black people matter. Michael Brown’s life mattered, as do all our lives. But when he strong-arm robbed a convenience store, then attempted to grab Officer Darren Wilson’s gun—as forensic evidence indicates—the fact that his life Read more […]

Race-Hustlers Suddenly Call For Calm After Two Cops Murdered In Michael Brown Revenge Killing

Do race-hustlers sound hypocritical now? “Political language…is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.” – George Orwell The funny thing about lies is that they are built upon an enormous, and complex structure, such that if one piece fails, if one thread breaks, the entirety of the lie is easily unraveled. One simple inconsistency reveals a whole host of other problems, which only prompts further digging, which eventually Read more […]

Why I Agree With the Exoneration of Officer Pantaleo

Did Officer Pantaleo cross the line? “There are no facts, only interpretations.” – Friedrich Nietzsche On July 17th, 2014, New York police approached Eric Garner outside a Tompkinsville strip mall. They believed that he had been selling loose cigarettes, which is illegal in the state of New York. Upon questioning him, Garner became agitated, stating that he had done nothing wrong, and that he was being unfairly targeted by the police department. When the officers attempted to place handcuffs Read more […]

Vile Race Hustlers Trying To Use The Pantaleo Exoneration To Invalidate The Wilson Exoneration

Recent events have been an opportunity for race hustlers. Two weeks, two hearings, two grand juries, two potential crimes, two exonerations, anger, and violent mass protests. The proximity of the exonerations of Officer Darren Wilson, and Officer Daniel Pantaleo have led many to make unnecessary, and invalid comparisons. The incidents which led to the grand jury hearings certainly had much in common, if one looks only to the superficial. Both cops are white, both suspects were black, both incidents Read more […]