Rashaad Scruggs, Hassan Shakur, Maurice Clemmons, Mumia Abul Jamal, Lovelle Mixon, Daniel Giddings & Howard Cain: Heroes Of The Modern Generation, Soldiers' Stories

(Above) Brothers Who Have Given Lives Fighting Treacherous Regime Of Racially Terrorist White "Police" (Sponsored by the OOBAN Group)

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This entry was posted in A Soldier's Story, Anthony Campbell, Ashford Thompson, Beaumont Derrick Brown, Bo Taylor, Brother Aaron Campbell, Creaux Steele, Daniel Giddings, GhettoBraggingRights, Hassan Shakur, Howard Cain, Julius Johnson, Lovelle Mixon, Marc DiNardo, Marcell Jamal Johnson, Mark Renninger, Mumia Abul Jamal, National Black Foot Soldier general Cedishon Angelou, Oakland Black Foot Soldier Washington Wallace, Oakland Oscar Grant, Oakland's Lovelle Mixon, Officer Ervin Romans, Officer Greg Richards, Officer Joseph Corr, Omar Thornton, Philly Black Foot Soldier Zachariah Walker, Philly Black Foot Soldiers, Rashaad Scruggs, Seattle Black Foot Soldier Alfred Issaquah Shafford, Sgt. Daniel Sakai, Sgt. Mark Dunakin, Tina Griswold, Tyquan Rivera, Tyress Mathews, WHITE POLICE RACIAL TERRORISM and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

10 Responses to Rashaad Scruggs, Hassan Shakur, Maurice Clemmons, Mumia Abul Jamal, Lovelle Mixon, Daniel Giddings & Howard Cain: Heroes Of The Modern Generation, Soldiers' Stories

  1. jolee says:

    Beautiful!

    Thanks Creaux.

    Truly inspirational.

  2. J says:

    Mr. Steele,

    I am young, and have not seen enough of this world, but I have seen a lot of hate. It makes me sad and I long for forgiveness from everyone for past wrongs, and for everyone to stand on equal ground, have equal rights and opportunities, and to finally live in harmony after so many years of injustice. This may seem like an impossibility now. I know you are angry, but hate and justice do not seem to be on the same path. You have a strong voice and with your power, comes the opportunity to fix things in a peaceful, truthful way. I know you will keep writing, and I hope you find peace in your life and encourage the rest of us to do the same.

    • shittycop says:

      Mr. Steele,

      I am young, and have not seen enough of this world, but I have seen a lot of hate. It makes me sad and I long for forgiveness from everyone for past wrongs, and for everyone to stand on equal ground, have equal rights and opportunities, and to finally live in harmony after so many years of injustice. This may seem like an impossibility now. I know you are angry, but hate and justice do not seem to be on the same path. You have a strong voice and with your power, comes the opportunity to fix things in a peaceful, truthful way. I know you will keep writing, and I hope you find peace in your life and encourage the rest of us to do the same.

      J,

      Your demeanor and comments are appreciated. Though young, you communicate with a wisdom that’s certainly beyond “young” years. If that is the case, it is a rich gift given to you from the Divine or, perhaps, earned on your own merit. Either way, it is always refreshing!

      Please consider that “white” and “injustice,” in our contemporary society have become synonymns. But, unfortunately, “injustice” isn’t the only synonym “white” is interchangeable with. Other words “white” can be comfortably interchanged with are: treacherious, evil, racist, unrighteous, wicked, debased, conspiratorial, untruthful, murderous, savage, hypocritical, duplicitous, tyranninical, selfish, greedy and warmongering. When we cupple your race’s history with its contemporary behavior, it is apparent that living “peaceably” with your kind is an inpossibility. Searching to now “live in harmony with whites” also means excusing them for their unrestituted for atrocities and foregoing the reality that what yours have done unto other, with due interest, should be done unto you. Or, of you of the opinion that your race does not deserve to be punished for its historical and contemporary crimes? Respectfully, however, most in this community assert that mere punishment for what your kind have done and are doing isn’t sufficient and that the combination of the two prove that not only aren’t your kind going to change – but, your kind doesn’t want to.

      Peace comes through righteousness. And, as previously demonstrated, “white” and “righteousness” are antonymns.

      Again, thank you for your demeanor and comments.

      Creaux Steele
      publsher

  3. BLV says:

    When you were on WP, there were stories about our brother Jonathon Belton. We can’t find them and want to show him the love. Did they get brought over in the migration?

  4. Score says:

    Thanks for this. Bookmarked and forwarded to everybody I know… .

  5. Nyack says:

    Go Creaux!

  6. inthenameofx says:

    My picks for 2010:

    Pig Thriller of Year, Tyress Matthews (Taylor, Michigan)

    Reparations Protester Michael Lee (Mobile, Alabama – The Kyser Myree Reparations Protest)

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