Truth versus injustice for Michael Brown, and others to follow.
Without an honest discovery and acceptance of truth there is no justice for Michael Brown. There will never be justice for the other Michael Browns to follow. Justice is not preemptive so we cannot create justice for no crimes committed. It is a fallacy that we can create justice for the future Michael Browns. This important, life -saving transformation depends on how the people decide to see Michael Brown. If they choose to see Michael Brown as a victim who just happened to trip and rob a store; a suffering victim who forgot to not attack a police officer; a victim who accidentally found a gun lying in another’s holster when he decided to resist lawful constraints, then there will be no justice for Michael Brown and no prevention for other Michael Browns.
How do we address the problem of an independent hand reaching into another’s property to take a gun that belongs to a representative of the law, if we do not see it; if we ignore it? How can we stop the hand of the next Michael Brown from reaching for lawful restraint’s weapons? How do we stop the hand of the next Michael Brown from blatant attempt to injure another, and others? How do we change for the better when we do not face the facts of this case honestly? Do we spend time and money attacking ownership, representation of the law, or do we ask questions such as why do young black males die by the thousands every year? How do we change for the better when various elements amongst us attack the effects and not the causes, while the causes continue to savage and ravage those the elements pretend to serve and save?
Is there something in the way the masses of black males live their lives that can be changed? Why are people so distracted from the cause of the effects? Why are some people trying to change things that will not make a difference for the future Michael Browns?