Instead, in our world, Officer Renn was gunned down by Major Davis Jr. and his AK-47 on July 8.
A full month before the incident in Ferguson, Missouri between Officer Darren Wilson and 6'4, 300 lbs. 18-year-old Michael "Swisher Sweet" Brown.
|Had the July 8 incident between Officer Renn and Major Davis in Indianapolis followed the trajectory of Officer Wilson and Michael Brown in Ferguson, the black insurrection would have started a full month earlier|
Had Officer Perry Renn gotten "out of his car" to confront Major Davis Jr. at the black family picnic in East Indianapolis, and survived the confrontation while Davis perished, it's axiomatic the negro insurrection on St. Louis doorstep would have kicked off in Indy.
For in the words of the family of Major Davis Jr. in Indianapolis we see a mentality that unites blacks nationwide: from Ferguson to Sanford, Florida from Oakland to the Oval Office and the Attorney General of the Department of Justice... [Murder suspect’s family speaks out about shooting, WISHTV.com, 7-6-14]:
The family of Major Davis Jr., the man accused of killing Officer Perry Renn, is speaking out about the shooting. His aunt, cousins and his children’s grandmother all talked to 24-Hour News 8 on Sunday afternoon.
The family is still struggling to accept that Davis Jr. could be a part of something like this. He is a father with four children, ages 10 and under. His family has had a long, tense history with Indianapolis police officers.
“You don’t know what he been through with IMPD. We do. He’s scarred for life,” said his children’s grandmother, Pam Moornan.
The family did say it is sorry for Officer Renn’s family, but they said the tragedy may have been avoided if Officer Renn would’ve stayed at his car since he could see Davis had a gun.Speculation is pointless, but the altercation between white IMPD Officer Renn and career black criminal Major Davis and the potential for it having kicked off a Ferguson-style black insurrection shows just how fractious race relations our in America.
Like the Californians living near the San Andreas Fault-line who keep preparing for the "big-one," that massive earthquake science confirms is coming, it's time to realize the utter incompatibility between the white and black races in America is inevitably heading to a tectonic shift in relations the country - as we know it - will likely never recover from.
The fragile nature of white police dealing with trigger happy black suspects (and the latter's community quickly rallying in their defense if something goes wrong in this encounter) is a reminder maintaining law and order, as established by the historical white majority of America, is impossible in a multiracial setting.
And judging by a recent forum on violence in Indianapolis, it's obvious the tremors are already being felt by those willing to realize there are far more frightening scenarios than the Richter Scale registered a 10. [Forum on violence reveals distrust of police, Indy Star, 10-20-14]:
Because of chance encounter with a "Gentle Giant" in Ferguson, Officer Wilson's career in law enforcement is in serious jeopardy, as is the future livability of the city of Ferguson itself.
|The dynamics of the Officer Wilson/Michael Brown encounter, coupled with the situation only a month earlier in Indianapolis, are proof of the inherent instability of the American Experiment|
It's not just that Indianapolis is a Ferguson waiting to happen; it's that wherever the black population has progressed to a demographic point (between 10 and 25 percent is sufficient numbers to have black agitators in both the clergy and public offices represented in the community) where the police are primarily dealing with 911 calls that lead them into direct contact with the black community a "Ferguson Scenario" could unfold.
No, could is the wrong word
It will unfold.
Looking at pictures of the tragically deceased Officer Renn and the persecuted Officer Wilson, it's obvious you see in their faces the hopes and dreams of every white police officer in America: one wrong encounter with a representative of the black community, and they will in one or the others shoes.
This horrible truth speaks to the failure of the American Experiment in ignoring the enormous implications of The Bell Curve and all those evil white men who dared once pass laws trying to protect the civilization whites had built (and only whites can sustain and pass on to a new generation for maintaining).