20 years in hell. 6 months in purgatory. Our was it just 1 month in county jail? Time means nothing when your in shackles Even though it is all they give you. The filth and grime on the bottom of my bare foot replaces any dignity I had. And the cold, do not make meContinue reading “20 Years In Hell”
After almost a year since his death, Sacramento District Attorney Ann Marie Schubert announced that no charges will be filed against the officers who murdered Stephon Clark. The community of Sacramento responded.
On September 18, 2018 the police in Sacramento hosted a statewide Cop Expo. When Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones learned that Black Lives Matter would be picketing their event, he encouraged white supremacist counter protesters to come out, putting the lives of Black Lives Matter organizers and supporters at risk. Organizers and supporters of BLM tookContinue reading “The Professional Protester | Episode 43 | Police hold Cop Expo on Six Month Anniversary of Stephon Clark’s Murder, BLM demands accountability”
Alright, plenty has been written and analyzed about Black Lives Matter, racial justice, and cases like Stephon Clark. They have been written more stringently and better than anything I am capable of writing. However there is one thing I do have to point out about the aftermath of the Stephon Clark shooting or rather IContinue reading “Sacramento Law Enforcement is Run By Morons”
I have been tourist, patriots of capital. Pride in rhetoric.
The requiem for the American Dream Played on all houses On all streets On November 8th, 2016. A day, a night, an opening of eyes, A squeegee of the mind. November 8th, 2016. Evil did not win that day, Despite what the meekly ignorant might think, It merely made itselfContinue reading “November 8 2016, or, Yet Another Requiem for the American Nightmare…”
Calling all hearts All Souls who have felt the bitter sweet burns of Love’s pain. Calling all minds All thinkers Doers And actors. Call all poet’s hearts, Do not be meek in the face of these days! Calling all strong, It’s time to stand up to bullies, Calling all thinkers, Lovers, Hearts, Minds, Souls. CallingContinue reading “Calling all…”
The chains of hatred are always present where there is disenfranchisement. Whether it is perceived or real, there are always seeds of bigotry in places where the people have a long history of subjectification for the use of those in power. Despite being oppressed by the same forces, the people in these groups playContinue reading “Dear Fellow Progressives, Remember It’s Not About You”
chapter 16 The Aftermath Judge Bachman was ecstatic to hear Lewis was in custody. He was disappointed to hear he was in another state and would be tried by a separate Judge, but he would watch the trial coverage on FOX NEWS as close as possible. Once Jack was caught, it wasn’t longContinue reading “Gramercy, The Journey of Jack Lewis Chapter 16”
Chapter 15 Gotcha, in the Cops and Robbers Game. Jack had stopped listening long ago. It wasn’t a voluntary thing, he was just too captivated by the sight of her to care about anything else. After she had stopped reading she caught his gaze, which was locked on her eyes. They both smiled andContinue reading “Gramercy, The Journey of Jack Lewis Chapter 15”
There is no day, There is no hour, There is no time which cannot be used for the sake that our sweet and public did. To do right is to act, To justify is inexcusable. Truth is the only merit to truth As it should be, I have kept silence in my place that wasContinue reading “The Story’s Answer. Part 2”
Chapter 13 Fun Playing God Needless to say our star crossed lovers spent that night in each others arms. In fact they had spent every night for the last three weeks in each others arms. Never had either one been so happy, so warm, so full of joy. Kate was used to men being douche-bags,Continue reading “Gramercy, The Journey of Jack Lewis. Chapter 13.”
Chapter 10 Nancy Jack walked and walked, depleted of memory or energy. He felt weak, he needed food and needed it fast. He was glad to find water fountains so he could drown his dehydration. Jack hadn’t been in so much pain in years. So devoid of energy and strength, he felt open andContinue reading “Gramercy, The Journey of Jack Lewis. Chapter 10”