The greatest trick the media, establishment Dems, liberals, progressives and the NPIC ever pulled is convincing negros who are losing in ways that will detrimentally impact the black collective for generations that they are winning.
7 years post Ferguson and negros are once again putting their faith in the same system that absolved the murderers of Mike Brown, Eric Gardner, Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, Korryn Gaines and other victims of state sanctioned murder. So much so, they refuse to support/build a legal or investigative apparatus specifically for the purpose of advocating these cases be reopened and to push/provide an independent assessment to counter the official ‘by the book’ narratives.
Lots of talk about the Floyd family settlement, but very little talk about other families whose settlements negros were cheering not too long ago, some just a few months ago, families that took the money only to come to the realization that money is not justice, money didn’t prevent it from happening again and money raised by BLM in the name of their murdered loved ones did not go to fund community resources or lobbyists to fight for justice for their loved ones, but instead went to fund Dem candidates, antiblack and antiblack male issues.
Darren Seals warned “Black death is a business”, he spoke about the many, many, many out of town white black faced nonprofits that descended upon Ferguson to cash in on the murder of Mike Brown… and about the role BLM and complicity of prominent Ferguson organizers, all of which fell on deaf ears.
7 years later, we see the consequences, its like Ferguson never happened and we’re back to square one with negros bracing for impact awaiting a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial… once again lending credibility to and showing faith in the very system they’re supposed to be fighting.
Even if Chauvin is convicted, nothing changes, he will be written off as a troubled officer, the other officers victims of the blue wall of silence… but make no mistake a guilty verdict is not change. Officers have been convicted before. The officer that kill Akai Gurley got probation. Amber Guyger got a reduced sentence for a murder just as horrific… and even a hug from the judge.
A Chauvin conviction will not stop the forces that exploit the deaths of black men murdered by police, if anything it will give them a win that in their mind justifies it all.