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Today’s article is a breaking news story: the Story of Rekia Boyd. It is related to The Story of Emmett Till, the Story of Trayvon Martin and the Story of Ramarley Graham. All of which are one story, the Story of Occidental/Original interactions: The Allegory of the Inevitable Murder.
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The Story of Rekia Boyd
By Onitaset Kumat
The only thing that is humiliating is helplessness.
— KMT Proverb
On March 22nd, 2012, a European off-duty Chicago Police officer shot Africans Rekia Boyd, 22, and Antonio Cross, 39, killing the former. This incident is a tragedy. Because we as an African people are not widely supporting those in Chicago whom will
tell show the Police officers that this incident is unforgivable. Rekia Boyd was one of the four Africans standing on a corner, when a Occidental, believing himself to address his property, by his report, asked told the four Originals to quiet down. He then fired unapologetically on the four Africans, claiming to have suspected Antonio Cross’ phone as a gun (though Antonio was conversing with a friend). Rekia was shot in the head and later pronounced dead. The European’s Police Union has called her death “Justified.”
The heart of this story is untold. We are informed that 60-70 unarmed Africans were hanging out in Douglas Park around 1 AM. But beyond this, we do not know what happened. But truly “what happened” is spelled out. A White man attempted to murder four people and the Police are now defending him.
Because we should get this straight. In Africa, we used to celebrate throughout the night–but we were stolen from Africa and now told that we can’t. Nevertheless, in Europe and in America, European people support ‘nightlife’ which goes much pass 1 AM and doesn’t lead to state-sponsored murder. Anywhere in the world, no one non-African is murdered for their nightly activities (even riots after sports games where cars burn and stores are looted don’t lead to state-sponsored murder)
Yet here, we are a people whom have no power and no community so as to have avoided this ugly incident. Why would this off-duty Officer, with his hand on his gun, drive up to Africans to tell them to quiet down? And why do we pay their salaries? In addition, how loud could Rekia Boyd have been if Antonio Cross was on the phone? This European, drove into our neighborhood, looking to murder us, and we don’t support organizations that can make these Europeans as upset over this incident as we are.
This is why African people need to subscribe en masse to the African Blood Siblings’ newsletter. Because we lack prosperous, independent African communities. And this destitution is at the forefront of this murder. Because African people are the only people in America who are regular victims of state-sponsored Murder and state-sponsored Rape.
With any other people, if a European mistook a man on a cellphone as a man pointing a gun, that European would receive the death penalty. But because we’re dealing with a people without a community and without intelligent leadership, this European is protected and called justified! Clearly, this should be a wake-up call.
So everyone should ask “What can I do?” rather than saying “This has to stop.” Because Marcus Garvey said: “[We] must not mistake lip-service and noise for bravery and service.” And “This has to stop” won’t “stop” anything.
To answer what you can do, subscribe to African Blood Siblings. Subscribe all loved ones to African Blood Siblings. Study every part of the Membership page. Especially the literature on “The Trinity of Liberation” and “The Units of Organization.” Read around this newsletter. Then ask how you can be of use to create prosperous, independent African communities at home and abroad. When you are thus employed, tragedies like the Story of Rekia Boyd will be no more. Because we will be able to police ourselves as other people do. And we won’t allow any trigger-happy confused people in our communities, just as other people don’t.
Already the interest in Rekia Boyd is waning. That’s what Europeans want from us. We must keep our needs in the forefront. Subscribe now. For a lack of support, will keep us on the path to destruction. We should not allow this.
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