by Brian A. Wilkins
ORIGINAL LINK: http://blog.operation-nation.com/2009/01/01/mychal-bell-going-through-difficult-time.aspx
CNN, the perceived “mainstream” standard in journalism, called Mr. Bell “Jena 6 Figure” instead of humanizing the young man. FOXNews played the “black athlete” card, trying to make Mr. Bell’s story out to be the typical Euro-media, “Black Athlete Rises From The Ghetto” story. Both, however, barely acknowledge the fact this young man had to spend 10 months in a Confederate prison, which likely scarred him mentally and physically, for life, because of inbred prosecutors and Confederate law practices. If I think “55 Days In Maricopa County Jail” was bad, what Mr. Bell is going through is something I likely would not have lived to see.
Mr. Bell’s suicide attempt sounds familiar to this blogger. And his situation also sounds very familiar. Bell was violated in all sorts of 14th amendment ways, maliciously prosecuted, as a minor mind you, and is supposed to be ok after all this? Inbred prosecutor Reed Walters, along with the Euro-American media, obviously feel prison and/or jail time is a natural occurrence for “blacks” and the “boy” should feel lucky and privileged he was let out of jail. After all, Walter’s “warned” Bell, Robert Bailey, Carwin Jones, Bryant Pervis, Jesse Ray Beard, Theo Shaw, and apparently all “blacks” at their Jena High School, “I can be your best friend, or your worst enemy…with a stroke of a pen,” which sounds like the mantra of many U.S. prosecutors. And again, this media loves the “black criminal” story, so anything this young man, who is a private citizen (not a celebrity), does gets magnified like no other.
I’m not saying Mr. Bell is a perfect angel (who is?), but there is only so much a person can take. Everybody goes through problems in life and those who deal with those inevitable hurdles the best are the ones who succeed. But when you have to deal with government-sanctioned manipulation and malice, then the subsequent minoritizing by the Euro-American media, and it feels like the world is against you. A friend of mine, during a conversation we were having, called police, “our trusted assistants in the community” while we were discussing the REPO Act. Police are to Nubian Americans as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is to Israelis, but of course in America, it is not viewed that way (at least by media and government). Prosecutors around the country aren’t much better, especially in areas with high concentrations of Nubians.
Mr. Bell is dealing with this situation the only way he knows how. It may seem crazy, nutty, and irrational to Euro-American media and portions of the general population, but they are not the ones who have to live with it. It is no wonder so many young men who get out of prison end up back in there because police, prosecutors, and parole officers (and in many cases, Euro-American media) work to make their lives miserable. I’m not even a REAL convicted felon (since I haven’t even gone to trial yet), but as I’ve stated, every where I’ve applied for a job, I’ve had to go through the rigamarole of explaining this stuff since Maricopa County and the State of Arizona have listed me as a convicted felon.
It is no coincidence that my incident, along with Mr. Bell’s, happened in Confederate states/territories. It is also no coincidence that a vast majority of this radical activity happens either in the Confederacy or very large cities populated by people from all over the country. I don’t really know how my life will be, or even IF my life will “be,” after January 20. It’s not like I haven’t been on the Grim Reaper’s doorstep a few times in the past five months. Like Mr. Bell, I’ve felt I just don’t want to be part of America if this is how a citizen is treated in supposedly legitimate courtrooms (or is this Russia or Zimbabwe?). I can’t give Mychal, Robert, Carwin, Bryant, Jesse, and Theo any advice, but know that there are many others out there who this stuff is a fact of life too, because of the United States’ support of radical Euro-Christian terrorism, and its subsequent admiration and support towards it. Police, and to a lesser extent, prosecutors, are only considered “heroes” and “role-models” by Euro-Americans. How many “blacks” have you seen praising the “hard work and bravery of police” in the last two centuries? As most know, I’m no Christian or Muslim, but these young men should remember my favorite Bible verse when they get down to low…it helps me, fellas.
Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you.”Matthew 7: 1-2