In the final analysis the evidence within the details of the Mike Brown shooting support only one version of events, the factual version.
All other claims are like a manufactured ball of rubber bands, where each false claim espoused to the media is represented by another single band wrapped on top of the bands that preceded it.
Unravelling the concentric circles of manufactured lies, which create the individual bands, is exhausting. Unfortunately, we have watched this and participated in the unfolding on more than one occasion.
Just like the Trayvon Martin shooting in 2012 the Mike Brown shooting in 2014 was a constructed media narrative by people, groups and exploiters seeking financial benefit from a manufactured story.
The professionally black grievance industry, and those who derive financial benefit within it, rely on their audience being black first and analytical far down the list. Black is useful, inquiry is not.
The Psychology – Impartial observers often identify the trait of “stupid” toward the professionally black audience. However, that is a remarkably unfair characterization. It’s not so much stupidity as it is the blend of gullibility and willful blindness – brought on by years of indoctrination and community protection designed to create a lack of identity, association, or relationship toward a non-black community.
The only allowed identity is black first, all else much further down the list. By making skin color the dominant trait for association the BGI can then define what it means to be black; what you must do in order to fit the role of their definitions.
All of the evidence in the Darren Wilson shooting supported one account. But that account did not align with the accepted identity of being black, so various other accounts must be created in order to reconcile the difference between what being black is, and what took place in the Canfield Greens apartment complex.
Because the factual evidence around the shooting runs counter to the allowable identity of being black – it must be disregarded. Into the reality void comes the evidence as manufactured by the BGI. It need not square; it actually cannot square – because it’s not based on fact.
Eventually these irreconcilable claims run smack into factual evidence. When this happens the manufacturers are exposed, and the entire construct falls apart. The goal of the BGI leadership is to push the moment of irreconcilability beyond the time when their extortion demands are met.
A tremendous amount of strategic planning takes place to delay the moment when the entire scheme, the narrative, collapses.
The gullible black audience does not participate in the strategic planning, nor do they benefit from the financial reward which is ultimately the end-game. Their role is simply to follow the instructions, become protestors, yell, hold the signs, cause trouble, and await further direction from the professionally black leadership structure.
Win or lose, when it’s over – the protesting audience is dispatched back to their holding position(s) and told to wait until the next time they are needed to reflect the next grievance.
Unfortunately, in the wake of activity, and depending on the chaos of the events organized, the black audience -the community- is left with less than they started with; just the way the BGI intends it.
However, one of the consequential loses is the sense of self-esteem and moral identity.
Sadly, this intended consequence returns the participants back to a self-fulfilling prophecy where a sense of self-worth or identity is the thirst within the soul. The circle closes when the BGI remind the participants in waiting their identity must be evaluated first and foremost by the color of their skin….
… and so it goes.
The Rev. Al Sharpton will return to Ferguson as part of a four-day Michael Brown tribute from Oct. 31-Nov. 3.
A spokeswoman provided few details Saturday as to what events will take place during the visit, but said more specifics would be released next week.
The length of the tribute alludes to the more than four hours Brown’s body lay in the street after he was fatally shot by Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson on Aug. 9. The dates were selected because they lead right up to the Nov. 4 elections.
Sharpton previously came to St. Louis in August and gave the eulogy at Brown’s funeral. (link)