Hey, I’ve got a question.
Why don’t all the black African protestors lobby and/or protest to end the death penalty in the USA?
Blacks aren’t against the death penalty, or if they are, they haven’t been vocal enough about it.
Too much work? Too difficult for you? You’d rather make the white people do it?
Make? You mean by force?
Blacks remain forever in the past silent over that huge human rights issue. Why not revisit a place that’s difficult to overcome – this time with collective effort on this singular issue that will have a huge ripple effect around the globe, because the USA finally saw the light and now other countries want to work with us, because we’re not being hypocrites any more.
Because it affects everybody and not only black people, you don’t like the optics? You help us, we don’t help you, that’s your mantra?
Well that will not work today. The only method that works that doesn’t get thrown into the frivolous category of the Madison Avenue trash bin is DISCIPLINE WORKS.
Changing the world means including everybody, not one group or one group now and another group later. It takes discipline, to bring all people together as individuals, instead of groups, to support one issue: the abolition of the death penalty on a national level, not state by state.
It’s all in, all the time, for all people, when it applies to people laws.
You can’t say black lives matter and the lives of those on death row don’t.
It seems to me that the ones protesting death by cop, should be anti-death penalty. Then why aren’t you? You’re accusing the police of being judge, jury and executioner. So go to the top. Abolish the death penalty. Make it so it can never be reversed.
This is one trickle down policy that can work. It has been shown to work in other countries. Abolish the death penalty and ‘we the people’ start treating more humanely people at all levels of the justice system.
You’re going to need everybody on board and frankly you’re alienating a lot of people with your see me, see me, see only me mantras.