Here we go again. In the same vein as Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Antonio Martin, along comes Martese Johnson. A third-year University of Virginia student who decided in the wee hours of March 18, 2015, to fraudulently enter a pub in Charlottesville and was summarily arrested and charged with at least two misdemeanors.
As was played out in all the aforementioned cases, now comes all the charges of police brutality, racism, bigotry, and what have you, all of which is preliminary at best and trumped up at worst.
Given the video evidence, which is inconclusive as to what led up to the injury Martese sustained while being arrested, it would appear that this was a set-up to keep the race-baiting alive and well in America.
Early statements paint the story of a young black student, who was drunk (probably from all the St. Patrick’s Day revelry the day before), who showed up at a local pub nigh-by the University of Virginia and attempted to enter with a fake identification.
Please remember that Martese Johnson is “a member of the Honor Committee and Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.”
When Martese is met by a bouncer at the pub and was not allowed in, he decided to get mouthy and start acting belligerent. That is when the police became involved, who were likely all out in force to quell as much of the illegal revelry as possible anyway.
His drunken state and a policy of intolerance for his kind of attitude, landed him face-down on the pavement, where sometime during the altercation he ended up with a boo-boo on his forehead, which later required ten stitches to close the wound.
Other moronic juveniles were all standing around sniping at the police, cell phones out capturing video of the moment. Oh how dreadful that the police would actually have to put down another race-baiting thug.
“I go to UVA you f**kin racist,” Martese vomited-out several times at the police while lying on his face.
Some argued that Martese was not drunk at all, and if that is true, then one has to wonder just what was honorable coming from an “honor” student with all the verbal vomit flowing from lips?
Not only are f-bombs an indication of dishonorable speech, when they are projected at civil servants, such as the police, they obviously are not symbols of respect toward those attempting to uphold the law, which is honorable.
Second, once again, if he was not drunk, and based on the testimony of those who watched the event unfold and then captured the snippet of video many have already seen on YouTube, for him to be spewing racist accusations, given that what took place happened in only a matter of seconds, makes it sound as if he had it all scripted in his mind before he flashed his fake i.d.
Of course, as soon as news got out what happened, along with all the non-contexual photos of someone with blood all over his face, knees began to jerk and demands for an “investigation” were tossed about.
One thinks of Saul Alinsky, or Barak Obama’s protegé, and his eighth rule or tactic, found in his book Rules for Radicals, of taking power away from the Haves by the Have-nots. He wrote,
The eighth rule: Keep the pressure on, with different tactics and actions, and utilize all events of the period for your purpose.
The period, for the moment, at least for certain ones in the black community seems to be this constant “pressure” of subverting the law. Do something illegal, get yourself killed or bloodied, and then blame the authorities for how brutal they are.
And why? Because they’re white and the “honorable” little thug is black, and the only way to get even or level the alleged unlevel playing field is through radical subversion.
A group that calls itself Concerned Black Students has rushed to the aid of this “honor” student by demanding,
…there be a swift and thorough investigation on the state, local, and University levels. We have seen what happens at the University when we allow problems we have long known exist to be handled quietly, so we will not be quiet. We demand noise from each other, noise from professors, noise from administrators. Martese, like any other student at this university, like any other person in this country and in this world, deserves more than our uproar: he deserves follow through and intentional action.
Interestingly, they also cited for part of their inspiration Socialist sympathizer, apostate from Christianity, and Barak Obama admirer, James Baldwin, who wrote, “Please try to remember that what they believe, as well as what they do, and cause you to endure, does not testify to your inferiority, but to their inhumanity and fear.”
It is just too bad that these same Students failed to realize that Baldwin had no solution to the projected “inhumanity and fear” of those allegedly mistreating them once he apostatized from his Christian upbringing. He became a veritable ship tossed about on a sea of conflict without a sail or rudder to guide him.
All tolled, this whole Martese Johnson ploy stinks of the same thing that got Barak Obama’s “son,” Trayvon, shot and burned several businesses in Ferguson, Missouri to the ground—and it needs to stop!
If you are reading this and you are black, and you think the police are the problem for all your ills and inequities in life, then you are an idiot being strung along by other idiots, like Saul Alinsky, Barak Obama, and James Baldwin, that are using you as pawns.
Skin color has nothing to do with personal integrity and your value as a person. As soon as you start believing the contrary, and you set out to change things by using anarchy as your chosen method, you will either only make things worse or you will destroy yourself.
If you are white and you think that someone is inferior to you simply because they are of a different skin color, then you are an idiot as well. ALL people, regardless of color are created in God’s image and as soon as you start looking down your long, bigoted, idiotic nose to the contrary, then not only are you demeaning and destroying yourself, you are attacking God as well.
Nevertheless, given the climate of too many who have bought into lawlessness as the means to get one’s way, whereby criminals are now exalted to almost rock-star status by the media, Martese Johnson will get his more than 15-minutes of fame, and American society and law will have their foundations eroded just that much more.
Again, it is taking from the Haves and giving it to the Have-nots under the guise of healing race relations.
What it is really doing, though, is slowly turning us into a socialist nation whereby eventually no one will own anything and the rule of law will be wielded by only one person.
I wonder how many will be treating the Martese puppets then as martyrs or rock-stars?