I Don’t Know What To Do
Zach Freshley

There are no innocent cops [including the Black cops], except for those cops that decry the immoral behaviors and criminal actions that their fellow brothers in arms engage in, such as the murders, executions, and rapes of our innocent brothers and sisters:

When a crime, like the murders, executions, and rapes of our innocent brothers and sisters at the hands of thug cops goes…….unpunished,

The universe and all of the worlds within it cries for justice.

When such murders and executions of the innocent go unavenged and unpunished,

The Heavens look down on the just and righteous in shame — as we have allowed bad men and women to live among us…as these “wrongdoers” prey on the ones they swore to GOD to protect.

We, who call ourselves just and righteous, must exact punishment on the wrongdoers — even if it means our own death so that this circle of vengeance can be closed and the Heavens can once again smile on us.

Our brothers left a record of their courage so that the world would know who they were and what they did.

On those fateful days, they regained their honor and avenged our murdered brethren.

None of us knows how long we will live or when will our time come.

But, soon all that will be left of our brief lives is the pride our children feel when they speak our names.

In honor of their families (for whom it is now our duty to care for and protect) and the children they would have had if they had not carried the burden of responsibility,

Let us speak the names of their fathers who died for a better tomorrow for their people,

No, not just for the African-Americans — but for the just, the righteous, the oppressed, the disfranchised, the marginalized,………the AMERICANS!

Oh, ye who believe: “…that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” — say these words:

Brother Micah Xavier Johnson and Brother Gavin Eugene Long, we honor thine names and thank thee for your service and sacrifice.

Amen & Hallelujah

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“White people’s fear of Black people with guns will never cease to amaze me. Probably it’s because they think about what they would do were they in our place. Especially the police, who have done so much dirt to Black people — their guilty conscience tells them to be afraid. When Black people seriously organize and take up arms to fight for our liberation, there will be a lot of white people who will drop dead from no other reason than their own guilt and fear.”

— — Assata Shakur (revolutionist, civil rights activist, aunt of the late and great rapper Tupac Shakur)

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“Surrendering peacefully and complying to a police officer’s every command is in no way a guarantee that you won’t be punched, kicked, cursed at, spit upon, tasered, shot, raped, or falsely arrested!” —

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“They call them terrorists, I call them freedom fighters.”

— — Louis Farrakhan

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#To find out more about issues important to the African-American communities, watch News One Now with Roland Martin on TV1, Monday — Friday @7AM Eastern. Check your local listings.

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