"I can almost reach it dad," Indiana says to his father, the latter having obsessively spent his entire life trying to locate the cup.
|Does the coming unrest surrounding the exoneration of Darren Wilson for any guilt in the shooting of Michael Brown represent a "Holy Grail" moment?|
"Indiana," his father cooly states, "Let it go."
The cup is lost forever, but the elder Jones' lifelong crusade was fulfilled; he saw the item that plagued his every thought, haunting his every dream.
As Jared Taylor simply inquired in a recent video, do the facts of the events between Darren Wilson and Michael Brown in Ferguson even matter to blacks? [Ferguson: Do the Facts Even Matter?, American Renaissance, 10-16-14]
The answer, of course, is an emphatic 'no'.
Many white people, in not just America but the entire world, have looked on vainly for that one moment that will liberate us from the current paradigm we live, ushering in a new era where we are in control of forging our own future (instead of having a hostile managerial elite dictating that our past transgressions always overshadow the present and fundamentally stand in the way of us even having a future).
"The Holy Grail" moment that will open millions of eyes to a truth many individual white people wish they had never been exposed to, for the reality is no one will ever truly ascertain or pinpoint why some whites wake up to the nightmare of modernity and otherwise remain blissfully unaware of the dire predicament.
Perhaps there is no "Holy Grail" incident coming.
But with the hilariously inept reaction to the Ebola scare by the managerial leftist elite (their commitment to the destruction of the historical American population by mass immigration accentuated by an unwillingness to stop the African plague with a simple quarantine/flight restriction from infected nations) and the unraveling of the Gentle Giant narrative in metropolitan St. Louis should open up a few closed eyes.
Right? [Police Officer in Ferguson Is Said to Recount a Struggle, New York Times, 10-17-14]:
The police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., two months ago has told investigators that he was pinned in his vehicle and in fear for his life as he struggled over his gun with Mr. Brown, according to government officials briefed on the federal civil rights investigation into the matter.
The officer, Darren Wilson, has told the authorities that during the scuffle, Mr. Brown reached for the gun. It was fired twice in the car, according to forensics tests performed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The first bullet struck Mr. Brown in the arm; the second bullet missed.
The forensics tests showed Mr. Brown’s blood on the gun, as well as on the interior door panel and on Officer Wilson’s uniform. Officer Wilson told the authorities that Mr. Brown had punched and scratched him repeatedly, leaving swelling on his face and cuts on his neck.
This is the first public account of Officer Wilson’s testimony to investigators, but it does not explain why, after he emerged from his vehicle, he fired at Mr. Brown multiple times. It contradicts some witness accounts, and it will not calm those who have been demanding to know why an unarmed man was shot a total of six times.
Mr. Brown’s death continues to fuel anger and sometimes-violent protests.In September, Officer Wilson appeared for four hours before a St. Louis County grand jury, which was convened to determine whether there is probable cause that he committed a crime. Legal experts have said that his decision to testify was surprising, given that it was not required by law. But the struggle in the car may prove to be a more influential piece of information for the grand jury, one that speaks to Officer Wilson’s state of mind, his feeling of vulnerability and his sense of heightened alert when he killed Mr. Brown. Police officers typically have wide latitude to use lethal force if they reasonably believe that they are in imminent danger.
The officials said that while the federal investigation was continuing, the evidence so far did not support civil rights charges against Officer Wilson. To press charges, the Justice Department would need to clear a high bar, proving that Officer Wilson willfully violated Mr. Brown’s civil rights when he shot him.
The account of Officer Wilson’s version of events did not come from the Ferguson Police Department or from officials whose activities are being investigated as part of the civil rights inquiry.What's so sad about this situation is the Attorney General of the Department of Justice, Eric "My People" Holder, obviously knew this truth before he went on his "deeply personal" sojourn to Ferguson ("I'm also a black man"), dispatched a legion of Justice Department Civil Rights investigators and more than 40 FBI agents to comb the St. Louis suburb for evidence of racism.
Just as in Downfall, somewhere Holder is portraying the endlessly parodied agitated Hitler scene...
Will blacks riot in St. Louis when the Grand Jury convened in the aftermath of the Darren Wilson/Michael Brown incident finds Mr. Wilson innocent of any guilt in the shooting?
May the odds ever be in our favor.
But know this: don't look at this event as one of those "Holy Grail" moments.
As Jared Taylor wisely pointed out, the facts in this case simply do not matter to black people: white people and blacks speak different languages in America, and no Rosetta Stone will ever translate our languages into peaceful discourse.
But Those Who Can See also speak a different language than your ordinary white person, for they have already had their Holy Grail moment of awakening.
So come what may of the inevitable announcement by the Grand Jury that Darren Wilson is completely innocent, take a bit of wisdom from the final scene of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: "Let it go," when it comes to the notion the Holy Grail of racial awakening is coming.
You've already had this awakening.
For others, you can't show them what you've seen, because they wouldn't believe you if they saw it; they must see it for themselves.
But the one reassuring fact is unavoidable, once you've had your own personal "Holy Grail" moment: it does exist.
In the infinite potential interactions humans have one a daily basis, just one seemingly insignificant encounter can open an individuals eyes to a world they willingly remained ignorant of every moment prior until this briefest of instances.
But "let it go" when comes to a belief of a grand moment of mass awareness.