My position is simple and plain If you did not support my campaign to “End Police Brutality in Baltimore City, you are not qualified, morally fit to request that Black people joIn fact Adam Jackson requested my opinion on the efficacy of using the grand jury in Baltimore City after the prosecutors ineptly and or deliberately failed to get an indictment in Ferguson, Missouri, adam wrote: “David. I was curious about what you thought about the Grand Jury in Ferguson. You're the only activist I've ever heard talk about it consistently in public. I wanted to get your perspective on how those processes are actually supposed to work" ---Adam Jackson, Leaders of A Beautiful Struggle :
Adam nor his organization supported my campaign even though I advised him he was being set up by being a pass through dummy non-profit, which led him to organize Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle, LLC --- I could have been vindictive by incorporating or trademarking the name, but I liked him, so I didn't, but how can you formulate policy if you don't know the processes to gain the remedy?
White liberals like Ameejill see nothing wrong with putting people who know absolutely nothing in front a a Black movement particularly when she doesn't vote and flat out refused to support our campaign to End Police Brutality, Ameejill said: “ Your are right...i don't vote and I have rarely supported/endorsed any political candidates...2) Although I do NOT vote to endorse these fools...i have always played an active role in Annapolis...depending on social causes and legislative priorities...going all the way back to 1994 when i helped to start the Baltimore Chapter of Campaign to End the Death Penalty”. Ameejill doesn’t stop there, no she goes on to tell: “ I've also been a paid researcher, policy analyst and paid lobbyist for child welfare, juvenile justice, and child/maternal health and poverty platforms”. These are the types of white Socialist, who don’t vote, but are hypocritically participating in the misdirection of the Black movement. If your paycheck is tied to your activism, you’re a political whore, particularly if you do not vote, but lobby the legislature.
In 1963 the Boule led Black professional class and clergy, along with the white socialist liberal left hijacked a movement to hold the Government of the United States before the world for the economic and social conditions that equated to genocide, the grassroots had decided to March on Washington to demand the end to police brutality and extra judicial murder that was part and parcel of Jim Crow Segregation, particularly southern Dixieland states, including Maryland, but their “Angry March” was turned into an acceptable “Peaceful Demonstration for Social Justice” in a few hours from the time of this writing, the samIe thing is being done to the issue of Police Brutality in Baltimore City by those Progressive Left and Clergy Response teams
My response to Ameejill Whitlock was: “There is no rational response to admitted duplicity, no matter how you attempt to mitigate the fact that YOU like Hebrer Brown, Faraji Muhammad, Davon Love, Adam Jackson did not support our campaign to End Police Brutality--not in 2010, 2011, or 2014---how are any of you credible on the issue”?
Malcolm X warned us more than 50 years ago how integrating Black grassroots movements would weaken them, and so it is with the movement against police brutality in Baltimore City---Having run three grassroots campaigns for public office, as the only candidate running on a platform of ending Police Brutality in 2010, 2011 and 2014, therefore, I am uniquely qualified to address this Farce on Annapolis, as it relates to the issue of Police Brutality and the common law and statutory remedies that are already current law and the futility of converging on a staged photo op to demand the enactment of more legislation that will not be enforced.
To those who led this Farce on Annapolis: If you had put your petty differences aside and helped me to win the office of Sheriff there would be no need to be begging in Annapolis for the legislators YOU didn't vote for to help you by " working in partnership to accomplish a goal " that I could have performed within 30 days of taking office.
I will now quote Marc Steiner who stated at the RealNews Town Hall meeting December 7, 2014: “ I have police who were my students I'm still very close to who have grown up. And so I know police. They were all around my house as a kid because they would use my house as a watering hole. So I've known them for a long time. You know, they came here to go take a piss and they came to have a cup of coffee and go back on patrol. So, I mean, I've known them” Marc Steiner.
Marc Steiner doesn’t live in Baltimore, he works at WEAA with Faraji Muhammad and he did not talk or mention our campaign on his program, so why would he help get people who “take a piss” in his house Baltimore County home in Sparks indicted for Police brutality, Maryland, he is also friends with the same media that blood libeled Tawanda Jones.
These are the New Big Six in Baltimore City and they are doing exactly what their integrationist forefathers did 52 years ago, Malcolm X saw through it and described it: “This was a national bitterness; militant, unorganized, and leaderless. Predominantly it was young Negroes, defiant of whatever might be the consequences, sick and tired of the black man's neck under the white man's heel. The white man had plenty of good reasons for nervous worry. The right spark--some unpredictable emotional chemistry--could set off a black uprising. The government knew that thousands of milling, angry blacks not only could completely disrupt Washington--but they could erupt in Washington. The White House speedily invited in the major civil rights Negro "leaders." They were asked to stop the planned March. They truthfully said they hadn't begun it, they had no control over it--the idea was national, spontaneous, unorganized, and leaderless. In other words, it was a black powder keg”--Malcolm X.
There has always been a cogent and morally righteous rejection of integration into a racist system of government and commerce that continues to reduced Black lives to that of articles of commerce, solely to generate revenue for government and corporations, and it is as much a part of Black American history as the Boule led liberal struggle to be accepted into it. In Baltimore we represent the true interest of the Black people whose lives don’t matter to those who proclaim “All Lives Matter” because they collaborated and worked against our campaign to “End Police Brutality in Baltimore City” instead they had a Farce, just like they did in 1963.on enforcing the Maryland Declaration of Rights and the laws that are already on the books.
January 15, 2015
Yes, I was there. I observed that circus. Who ever heard of angry revolutionists all harmonizing "We Shall Overcome. . .Suum Day. . ." while tripping and swaying along arm-in-arm with the very people they were supposed to be angrily revolting against? Who ever heard of angry revolutionists swinging their bare feet together with their oppressor in lily-pad park pools, with gospels and guitars and "I Have A Dream" speeches? And the black masses in America were--and still are--having a nightmare.---Malcolm X on the 1963 "Farce On
#BLACK IS THE NEW JEW
#POLICE BRUTALITY IS THE NEW HOLOCAUSTss
Ameejill Withlock, who would change “Police Brutality” to “Police Violence”, in an attempt to control the narative, without understanding that police are trained and paid to be violent.
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e of them know law or public policy according to Ameejill Whitlock, who said: “ I don't think any of the organizations that are working together feel like they are misdirecting anyone...in fact most of the work has been done by youth that are learning many aspects of public policy, advocacy, how to build a demo/rally etc....what is bad about that”??
They and tpting to change the agenda from enforcing laws that are already on the books and public policy clearly articulated on this website to lobbying the legislature to pass a repeal or revision of the LEBOR statutues and “subpoena power for the Baltimore City Civil Review Board, instead of demanding access to the Grand Jury under the policy of “Private Prosecution” in Maryland, whereby Private Individuals can t cases before the grand jury and if an indictment is returned before an adjudicative authority---manifest necessity dictates that those who are trained in law and public policy should formulate the remedies sought to ensure that the Black Lives matter. Why must we be led by those who a leading activist admits knows nothing?