Race Incorporated and ‘justice’

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To the Editor:

A recent Associated Press article featured in a Norwalk newspaper was titled “New fear: What happens in Ferguson if no charges?” My answer: Nothing. All facts will be presented and the judicial system will have worked as intended.

But, of course, the guilty verdict against the police officer is already in the works by the media and Race Incorporated. The title of the AP article implies the cop is essentially guilty, but a “new” fear is what if he is not charged. After all, Democratic Missouri Gov. Jan Nixon called for the “vigorous prosecution” of police officer Wilson. Nixon’s comments sound like prejudgment of the case in which all the facts are not clear.

Race is big business. The ringleader of Race Incorporated is Al Sharpton. So Al is taking a break from his job at MSNBC. Never mind deadbeat preacher Al and his organizations owe over $4.7 million in outstanding debt and liens. Apparently his $241,000 salary from National Action Network and his six-figure annual salary from MSNBC are off limits and/or not enough. Money he owes includes his personal tab to New York for $806,875 and federal liens for unpaid personal taxes of $2.6 million. Good thing Al’s Bo-Spanky consulting firm was shut down by the feds for illegalities, although it still owes $18.21. You and I would be in jail or in dire financial straits. But confronting Al and his ilk is a major no-no. So lucky Al gets to be a player AND a commentator.

Race Incorporated’s “earnings” will also include exploiting the death of Eric Garner, the 6-foot-3, 350-pounder who died while resisting arrest for selling untaxed cigarettes in New York City. A perfect revenue opportunity and very good grievance business for Reverend Sharpton and Race Incorporated. But anyone not aligned with the Reverend’s twisted agenda must shut up. Accordingly, Garner’s obesity, asthma, sleep apnea, diabetes and heart disease are all off limits as contributing factors. Along the way, squelch observations that interestingly, the video of the Garner take down was filmed by a man who had 26 prior arrests. What did the man call out during his 27th arrest after trying to hide a gun in a female accomplice’s pants? “Call Al Sharpton.” That’s nice.

Sharpton warned the mayor that if minorities are targeted by police for arrest “I’ll be your worst enemy.” It’s as if Sharpton and Race, Inc. seek the right to NOT be arrested for a crime. He doesn’t realize cops have rights too. When you break the law, cops get to arrest you. Period.

Eric Holder says he is “troubled” by the police officers’ response to rioting, looting and setting fires in Ferguson. Apparently police should take a seat and watch mayhem unfold against shop owners who bear the loss of property and damage. Holder sees it as his responsibility to visit Ferguson, Mo., to investigate officer Brown and the situation. But responsibility to travel to the sight of illegals jumping the boarder? No. Responsible for bungling of Fast and Furious? No way. Responsibly for investigating Benghazi? No. Responsible for investigating the Associated Press spying scandal? Nope. Troubled by the IRS targeting conservative groups? Nah. Troubled by his Justice Department seizing office and personal phone records of 20 AP reporters? Nada. Shooting of a black teenager by a white cop in a local dispute? Absolutely he feels responsible to investigate!

Did Obama, Holder and Sharpton investigate the August 11 shooting of 20-year-old unarmed white male in Salt Lake City by a “non-white” police officer? You know, the one where the police chief stated the video and officer’s identity will be released at the “appropriate” time which could be days, weeks, months”? Media reported the police chief saying “the officer is not white” and “the officer involved was not white.” That of treatment of the facts is the complete opposite to how Race Incorporated views Ferguson. Looting and burning in Salt Lake? No, probably because residents likely understood that pooping where you eat so to say, is not a good idea.

This all fits the pattern of what Race Incorporated sells. Compliance with what Race Inc. perpetuates is crucial. Otherwise, individuals, companies and organizations will likely face blacklash. In America, there is full blown confusion and an agenda starting with Obama, Holder and Sharpton where by dissenters are enemies or racists and must be silenced. Quash dissent. Hide facts that don’t fit their narrative. Fair share should be full share. Affiliated with Wall Street means you abuse Main Street. Majorities in numbers are the oppressors. White people can’t be the victim. Accusations we live in a supposedly racist “system”… …..it goes on and on. Why aren’t Al, Eric and Barrack as well as the main-stream media absolutely livid that 90 percent of black homicide victims are killed by other civilian blacks? Because stats like that don’t advance Race Incorporated’s agenda nor add to its income.

Nobody knows everything that happened in these 2 deaths. ALL….ALL the facts must be presented and the process must follow America’s judicial system. If the cops are innocent, they are innocent. If they are guilty, they should be prosecuted – perhaps executed. The truth needs to come out regardless of whether black or white America agrees with it. Until then and until the rules allow for opposing opinions be heard, the proverbial white hood must not be placed on the heads of those who want justice in the true definition of the word. Not Race Incorporated and the main-stream media’s warped definition of justice.

Kevin Kane




7 responses to “Race Incorporated and ‘justice’”

  1. Norewalk Lifer

    What a rambling mess of a letter, the writer should do a little research, Jay Nixon, pre-convicted the police? well Richard Nixon came out with his own stumbling conviction of Charlie Mason and almost blew the prosecution’s case during the Mason murder trials.
    Al Sharpton and Race incorporated are making millions off of the non-existent misery African American mothers and fathers feel when their young sons take a walk down the street? Well, how about the Sarah Palin’s, the Ann Coulter’s, the Rush Limbaugh’s, the Gary Bauer’s, the Sean Hannity’s, and other obfuscating fact to further inflame the sensibilities of those stuck in a permanent state of […]?
    Benghazi, IRS?, Illegal Immigration? Wow, sounds like the writer has a serious jones for what’s wrong with this country, even if those wrongs don’t exist.
    Silenced? squashed? unable to speak? well, you were able to do just that here, and you were able to read the responses to the rambling, disjointed, fractured fairytale conjured up by the minds of those who are unwilling to face and seek truth.

    Norwalk Lifer

    This comment was edited for language.

  2. Oldtimer

    We know, Mr Kane is not wrong. Until we have all the facts. the results of a thorough investigation, we have no business deciding who is quilty. Nobody, except for a few extremists, takes any pleasure in an untimely death, regardless of how it happened. Sharpton makes a pretty good living being the spokesman for a community that feels, with some good reason, disaffected. The media makes a lot of money telling stories when they don’t always have enough facts to know the story. We listen or read these stories and wonder how they could possibly be misstating the facts. As long as there is money in it, facts will continue to be misstated. A little skepticism is healthy, even essential.

  3. Casey Smith

    Oldtimer – “community that feels, with some good reason, disaffected.”
    So because they feel “disaffected”, they can burn stores, riot and loot? And what about the white guy who walked into Waffle House and was confronted by some blacks upset about Ferguson. After an exchange of words, he left and went somewhere else, but the group he’d met in Waffle House followed him, attacked him in the parking lot of the other restaurant and beat him so badly, he needed brain surgery.
    Is that covered by “disaffected”, too?

  4. Oldtimer

    Jump to conclusions much ?
    Disaffected, in this context, was meant to convey left out, therefore a tailor made audience for Al Sharpton. Nothing I said was any justification for any crimes. If the facts ever come out, most of the crimes in Ferguson were committed by opportunists from far outside that community. Most Ferguson residents are saddened, and, outraged by what they have come to believe is a pattern of too much force and too little accountability when the police abuse young blacks. There is enough experience to justify their expectation that, whatever the facts, the officer in this case will be justified.

  5. Ms Ruby McPherson

    I can agreed and disagreed on somethings, but as I have stated in a comment before What happen to shoot to injury instead of shoot to kill. Can’t a police be trained to shoot the weapon out the hand or shoot the knee or foot? That is what people are tired of shooting to kill blacks!

    1. Mark Chapman


      From years of covering this type of thing I can tell you that police everywhere are trained to shoot for the center of the mass. Trying to shoot for an extremity greatly increases the chance of missing and stray bullets hitting unintended targets. The decision to shoot is often made quickly, leaving no time to take careful aim. The focus needs to be on the decision when to shoot, not where to shoot, for the safety of everyone.

  6. Ms Ruby McPherson

    @ Mark, sorry but I disagree, aiming for the chest, instead of the foot,hip sure it depends on the situation and how fast the target is coming at you, but most cases it seems that it was not necessary.

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