Brother AACOOLDRE : A Requiem for Black cigs smoked by Cops

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    A REQUIEM & Soliloquy TO THE DEATH OF Black CIGARETTE SMOKERS & DEALERS By the Cops

    By Andre Austin

    As our brothers and sisters lay in Repose in Graveyards, Cemeteries and Mausoleums,:

    1. Sandra Bland (Texas Hit) refused to quit smoking in in her which resulted in her being pulled out and put in jail for three days. For not using a turn signal or cease and desist from making cloud rings with her puffs.

    2. Eric Garner (New York Hit) an independent entrepreneur attempting to cash in on the city’s outrageous prices of pack of cigarettes. Selling single cigarettes can lead to cancer of the lungs and or your Lungs being crushed to the point where you can’t breathe.

    3. Mike Brown (Missouri Hit) had the audacity to deprive the state of Missouri of its taxes on Cigars by taking his sovereign soul to steal them. The penalty is death.

    These three lives and others unknown shall not be vain to the Tobacco corporations who use some of the same substances they put in gas chambers.

    Not since the days of slavery have the whiteman “Paddyrollers” modern day Patrol-officers have they been so serious about the Tobacco plantation and blacks relationship to it. Justifiable homicide for the violation of a tobacco ordinance of White supremacy. You cross the Maginot Line of the Tobacco border and you just might have to pay the ultimate price of being nailed to the Wall with a white pistol.

    To smoke or not to smoke is the question of life and death in American for black folks.

    I will see you at the Justice Or Else march in DC in October.
     
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    Nation’s First Anti-Smoking Campaign

    Public policies stipulating “no smoking in public places’ are not new. The nations first no-smoking campaign was targeted at black tobacco growers and smokers…The no-smoking policies were not designed to protect a Black smoker’s health but to subordinate the black race. Since public smoking was identified with freedom, whites perceived any black person smoking in public as an insult, or perhaps a threat. A black person smoking in public projected the appearance of being mature, free, and equal to whites. No smoking in public policies aimed to keep blacks, both physically and symbolically, in their place, in a subordinated child-like status” (Dirty Little Secrets (1997)By Dr. Claud Anderson, Ed.D p.84). Now I can see why the white cop was ego tripping out on Ms. Bland and others.
     
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