Re: To Ras Atum
Posted By: RasAtum In Response To: To Ras Atum (selassielive)
Date: Thursday, 1 December 2005, at 10:49 a.m.
In Response To: To Ras Atum (selassielive)
Bredren I am not a sympathetic ear for Blacks who do wrong and then later try to whine and cry about racism and being disenfranchised. I couldn't care less about Mumia- he should not have been doing whatever he was doing (carrying guns, trying to be a GANGSTA like Tookie's disciples) that got him where he is now.
There are thousands of wrongfully convicted Afrikans on death row and in the prisons and it is a blight on their struggle for justice when we waste time on those who are clearly guilty and simply want attention. If Tookie wasn't in prison, he would have gone right on doing what he was doing and things would probably be even worse for InI in the inner cities.
At least Mumia and Tookie have had a chance to atone for their evil deeds, but have they? Both continue to whine like the sissies that they are about how innocent they are and have not apologized to the victims' families in any way. It does no good to try and "be good" now. Babylon has them in its clutches and they cannot be rescued. Better to direct our efforts towards Blacks who actually deserve it- struggling young people in the inner cities (although I guess Tookie could have found jobs for them-selling crack and murdering Blacks) poverty-stricken single Black women, and our elderly and disabled. Tookie and Mumia are getting what they deserve. Now we should see to it that our people in trouble get what they deserve- education, healthcare, and security.
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