Speak Out! - Will the inquest into Rashan Charles killing deliver justice?

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Life is nothing if not ironic. Seeking justice here can be seen as ludicrous as the reality of African women bleaching their skin to make themselves more attractive to African men.

Fri 22 September 2017, 12:44 pm

The phrase Black on Black crime was coined for no other reason to promote and perpetuate the notion of blacks being fragmented and disunited. In the game of psychological warfare this is win win for Babylon as they both use it as a smokescreen to hide their own evil wickedness but also get to rub it in black faces with the ultimate message being blacks can't achieve anything without white input.

Fri 18 August 2017, 12:29 pm

I suppose there'll be the proactive round up of criminals for a peaceful carnival. After that the reactive response to so called black crime will recommence i.e. back to business as usual. Indeed even more so to compensate for the dip in profits caused by their proactive work.

Fri 18 August 2017, 5:45 am

Growing up, the reputation of the police was such that when you saw them you ran. Seeing the video of Rashan being hunted like a fox by hounds reminded me of this. The police are trying to justify their existence and will do anything to make their statistics reflect this. The people least united from an economic and socio-political standpoint will be the biggest victims of this. Any black person not defending African unity are just as responsible as the police for the slaying of our children.

Fri 18 August 2017, 5:40 am

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