From Dread Scott to Jaleel…


So, they arrested a Black man named Jaleel Tariq Abdul-Jabbaar for making death threats against Darren Wilson, just after allowing Wilson to walk away scot-free and a million dollars richer after murdering an unarmed man.

The first thing that comes to my mind are the death threats that Whites have leveled against prominent Black people and were not arrested for, and those threats were much more credible than Tariq’s Social Media threats. The worst I’ve seen is when Whites threaten prominent Blacks, or even Whites in the media or politics, they might get a visit from the police and have to answer some questions about their comments.

Obama has received regular death threats since announcing his candidacy, he was even threaten by a prominent publisher named Andrew Adler, and that Zionist was never arrested. There are YouTube vids of White people calling for Obama’s death! I’ve been hearing threats against Obama and his family for years, and I don’t know of any publicized arrest, the worst I’ve read about are people getting a short visit from the Secret Service, if that. They show up at anti-Obama rallies armed to the teeth talking about “watering the tree of liberty with the blood of tyrants (and by tyrants they are taking about Obama, not Bush, or the other White Elites), but a Black man gets arrested for an emotional post threatening a Southeast Missouri cop and his family. (…/andrew-adler-atlanta-jewish…)

At this point it is safe to say that those in power have decided to openly provoke the Black community and to display their total disregard for our basic human and civil rights. It don’t matter if you disagree with Tariq or not, hell, I don’t agree with what he did, but his arrest is not bout him, it was a message to the rest of us.

We still have no Rights that the White man is Bound to Respect….aside from the Right they chose to Respect…and they have reserved the power to grant or retract those Rights at any time they see fit, on a collective or individual basis.

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