Thursday, April 20, 2017
A Day After 80% Black Selma Held a "Night of Hope" to end violence, Black Male Shoots Three Black Males, Killing One
Pick up a copy of "The Truth About Selma: What Happened When the Cameras Left and the Marching Stopped" for paperback today! The Truth About Selma: What Happened when the Cameras Left and the Marching Stopped is also available for Kindle!
Simply research the American Colonization Society and the aims of those esteemed men who joined the ranks of this noble organization with only one stated goal.
This goal never came to fruition, sadly. As "The Truth About Selma: What Happened When the Cameras Left and the Marching Stopped" shows, the civilization white men established on the north american continent was supplanted in 1965 with the culmination of the civil rights era brushing aside the wisdom of our forefathers and replaced with the great folly of our time.
The article you are about to read appeared on April Fool's Day, and were a citizen of Selma in 1964 shown this news story as a glimpse of what life in a future, 80 percent black Selma would look like, they'd truly understand why we currently revere the wrong party in the Edmund Pettus Bridge situation of 1965. [Help needed to support Night of Hope, Selma Times Journal, 4-1-17]:
This story isn't an April Fool's Day joke (cruel as the community conditions are in Selma, nothing more than a reflection of what individual blacks collectively create, it would be difficult for any person of integrity to desire seeing them perpetuated).
Nor are the "No More" yard signs littering the 80 percent black city of Selma, a plea to the black population to stop shooting each other.
Selma's Night of Hope event went off on April 13 as planned; on April 14, there was a triple shooting in the 80 percent black city, leaving one of the black men shot dead.
We were warned.
But we had our future mortgaged on the belief of racial equality, and the interest on this promissory note is becoming a daunting task to pay as the evidence becomes overwhelming we were sold a colossal lie.
The state of the community, or lack thereof, found in 80 percent black Selma in 2017 is the perfect metaphor representing the bankruptcy of racial egalitarianism.
Every fear white people long ago had about being demographically defenestrated and losing control of communities, cities and civilizations their ancestors built have come true, but few as startling as the Potemkin Village we must pretend is worthy of praise and admiration as Selma, Alabama.
Posted by Stuff Black People Don't Like at 8:36 PM