Jena 6 Update: Mychal Bell Back where he belongs - in Jail




The Jena 6 Case is History Written in Lightning
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State District Judge J.P. Mauffrey Jr yesterday ordered Mychal Bell back to jail, deciding that his fight violated the terms of his probation for a previous conviction. Actually, Bell was up on those exact charges even before the 4 Dec attack on classmate Justin Barker, so this is merely the logical conclusion of what should have happened anyway, despite accusations from race-mongers like Al Sharpton, that this was some kind of revenge against Bell for the Jena 6 uprising.

The full details are available at Fox News but I would like to focus on the following salient statements from the Fox report:

"He's locked up again," Marcus Jones said of his 17-year-old son. "No bail has been set or nothing. He's a young man who's been thrown in jail again and again, and he just has to take it."

Now that is a very revealing point of view. Let me translate this for you into white speech: "My son is an innocent victim who never did a single thing wrong in his life, and being the peaceful, docile young black man that he is, stoically accepts the humiliating treatment he receives from a racist white America." I think we now see whose fault it is that Mychal Bell is a lowlife vicious thug.

Sharpton reacted swiftly upon learning Bell was back in jail Thursday.

"We feel this was a cruel and unusual punishment and is a revenge by this judge for the Jena Six movement..."

Yes, yes, a point of view the same as Bell's father; the sentence has nothing to do with Bell's actions, but is merely the white man's punishment for uppity blacks. We've heard this crap before.

The real reasons that so many young black men are in jail:


  • We criminalized drugs and made the selling of drugs used by blacks, like crack cocaine, carry harsher penalties than the selling of drugs used by whites, like regular cocaine.

  • We forced black fathers to leave their families so that they could collect welfare

  • Black leaders teach that Black Culture is as good as or better than White Culture, thus sentencing black youth to failure in America. If you want to succeed in France, learn to speak French and assimilate into French Culture; likewise, if you want to succeed in this country become American and yes, act white. Walking into an employer with ghetto pants and a tattoo on your do that says "F*K Whitey" will not carry you far.
  • Black Leaders defend scum like Mychal Bell while prejudging innocent white boys as in the Duke lacrosse rape case.

If Al Sharpton really wanted to help the black cause he should have been honest; he should have insisted that the protest should have been called the Jena 5. He should have said, "The 5 other boys are being treated unfairly for racial reasons, but let's face it, Mychal Bell is an irredeemable thug and deserves to be treated harshly." Who then would not have had sympathy for the plight of the other youths? Who then would have been able to criticize Sharpton for race-mongering? Why does Sharpton always have to take the black side even if that means supporting killers and criminals?

How can anyone take him seriously when he obviously displays the very racist characteristics he pretends to advocate against?

Of course, at the Daily Kos, a typical Liberal idiot whines, "Bell’s parents were ordered to pay all court costs and witness costs as well, a pretty big financial burden for anyone." Boo hoo.




Related:

mos def jena 6
Idiot Mos Def
Photo Credit: ShoutMouth

Boxden,
25 Sep 2007,
Mos Def Calls Out Artists Over ‘Jena Six’

Mos Def – who is currently in Louisiana rallying in support of the "Jena Six” students – expressed anger over the seemingly lack of response in the hip-hop community.

"Shame on everybody who’s not here,” the Brooklyn rapper told MTV News, referring to the Sept. 20th demonstration in Jena, Louisiana.

"I’m f*cking mad. I’m disappointed to always be coming to these things and it’s only one or two people [from the music industry here]. If you ain’t gonna use your voice, then be quiet. I’m disappointed and ashamed.”


MSNBC,
6 Oct 2007,
Jena mayor calls song inflammatory

A video in which rapper-actor Mos Def asked students around the country to walk out Oct. 1 to support the "Jena Six" escaped comment by this town's mayor. But when John Mellencamp sang, "Jena, take your nooses down," he took issue. ... He said he had previously stayed quiet, hoping that the town's courtesy to people who have visited over the past year would speak for itself. "However, the Mellencamp video is so inflammatory, so defamatory, that a line has been crossed and enough is enough."


Here is that video:

Snopes has more details on the case here.



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