|Blacks in 65 percent black Baltimore celebrate the opening of the Soviet-inspired Show Trial of six Baltimore Police Department Officers, courtesy of black State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby|
Mosby seemed to relish her role in furthering the divide between the black elected officials in the city of Baltimore and the still-too-white Baltimore Police Department, as those black elected officials are already publicly appearing with (and apologizing for calling them "thugs") the united black gangs.
There can be no doubt in the minds of the city's black population - the very population responsible for ensuring Baltimore leads America in per-misery statistics of most murders, most addicts, most high school dropouts, most cases of H.I.V. and syphilis, most nonfatal shooting victims, and most unsolved murders - that the actions of Mosby in charging the six officers represents a moment worth celebrating.
|More dancing and celebrating...|
No, celebrating isn't a strong enough word.
Gloating is the more proper term to describe the actions of black Baltimoreans, who are challenging Baltimore Police to fights; because they believe the state's attorney and the black elected officials of Baltimore are on their side. [Jubilant Baltimore residents cheer charges in Freddie Gray case, as police decry 'rush to judgment', Baltimore Sun, 5-1-15]:
Amid a cacophony of people shouting and car horns honking, Baltimoreans pulled each other into close hugs and joyful handshakes Friday as word spread that State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby was charging six police officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray. Gray died April 19, a week after he was injured in police custody.
The revelers said police officers in Baltimore and around the country have mistreated, hurt or killed young black men without repercussions — but not this time. "To do what she did, we finally got some justice," said Yvonne Cox, 55.
"Sadly, Freddie Gray had to die the way he did for us to get some justice."
One of the charming black residents of Baltimore celebrating, while four white Baltimore Police Officers look on at the new royalty in the 65 percent black city...
Meanwhile, at Baltimore police headquarters and among police union officials, the decision was met with shock — and sharp criticism. The officers who led the department's internal investigation and delivered their findings to Mosby on Thursday gathered in the office of Col. Garnell Green to watch her announcement on a flat-screen television. As she announced the charges, stunned expressions spread across their faces.
Few expected her to move so quickly. Gene Ryan, president of the city's Fraternal Order of Police lodge, said the union was "appalled and frustrated." He called the charges an "apparent rush to judgment," and said they would "make our job even harder." The Rev. Jamal Bryant, pastor of Empowerment Temple, handed out chicken cheese steaks in front of the CVS store at Pennsylvania and North avenues that was looted and burned in the riots Monday. "It's an exciting day for us," he said. "But it's actually a sad day when black people have to celebrate the system working."Roughly 24 years ago, then City Council member Sheila Dixon took off her shoe at a council meeting and beat it on the desk to symbolize blacks had the power in Baltimore.[Council tries to mend fences on changing boundaries Recalling the night that Sheila Dixon let the shoe drop, Baltimore Sun, March 21, 1991]
With Mosby's joyous reading of the charges (overzealous is the best word) against the six officers, spontaneous celebrations broke out in a city long dominated by the boot of blackness.
George Lucas inserted scenes of the various world's in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi celebrating the news of the Empire's demise, and one would think a regime had been toppled on Friday the 1st of May as blacks took to the streets to dance, sing, pray, and march to the tune of 'victory'.
But it's been their regime for decades, a city run for the benefit of blacks and the detriment of everyone else.
Which makes the "victory rally" being held today by blacks in Baltimore all the more... revealing. [‘Victory Rally’ Planned For Saturday In Baltimore, Fox Baltimore, 5-1-15]:
The head of a group that is holding a march Saturday says it will now be a “victory rally” after a prosecutor charged six officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Malik Shabazz, president of Black Lawyers for Justice, said he was pleasantly surprised by the charges and commended State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby “for standing up for justice and setting a standard for prosecutors all over the nation.”“We usually face injustice,” he said.
Shabazz has helped organize rallies after Gray suffered a critical injury while in police custody. He hopes thousands show up for his rally Saturday.Thousands, tens of thousands will show up for the "Victory Rally" in 65 percent black Baltimore, with the Police Department looking on knowing full-well their authority has been completely undermined by black elected officials more committed to defending black rioters/arsonists/terrorists from accusations of thuggish behavior than defending the very men and women who wear a badge and daily deal with the violent black population of the city.
More than 200 years ago, Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner. Inspired by the American Flag still flying over Fort McHenry during the British bombardment of the city, Key would also be one of the founding members of the American Colonization Society (ACS), which wanted to repatriate blacks back to Africa.
In 2015, the very city that birthed the National Anthem played host to our "national pastime" in what was the very first empty stadium baseball game: all because the descendants of freed black slaves controlled a city and couldn't provide safety and security for the white fans who just wanted to watch an Orioles game...
Now, joyous celebrations are underway in Baltimore and whatever vestiges of western civilization remain in the city are being washed away by the tears of triumph black people are crying over Mosby's decision to side with the black mob. After all, she did say, "To the people of Baltimore and the demonstrators across America, I heard your call for ‘No Justice, No Peace,’ your peace is sincerely needed as I work to deliver justice on behalf of this young man.”