Wednesday, October 10, 2018

At 98% Black High School in Jackson, MS - Near City Where 2 White Cops Were Just Murdered by Black Male - Halftime Band Performance Depicts Executing Cops


Patrolman James White and Cpl. Zack Moak were just 2 white cops who went to work on a daily basis and performed their job.
 
Marquis Flowers is the black man who murdered them when these 2 white officers were performing their jobs.
 
This happened during the last week of September of 2018 in Mississippi, close to the nearly 90% black Jackson.
 
Then, this happened at a 98% black high school in Jackson, Mississippi, where 100% of the student body gets a free lunch courtesy of the white tax payer. [Mississippi high school band under fire for halftime performance, WREG.com, 10-6-18]:
 
A high school band’s halftime performance depicting police being held at gunpoint's fueling anger in a Mississippi city where 2 police officers were recently slain.
 
Pictures of the Forest Hill High School band’s performance circulated on social media Saturday, showing students dressed as medical personnel holding SWAT team members at gunpoint as the band played. The performance took place Friday at a football game between Forest Hill and Brookhaven High School, just days after 2 Brookhaven officers were killed while responding to reports of shots fired at a home.
 
Jackson Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Errick L. Greene apologized Saturday in a statement and acknowledged the skit was "insensitive." Greene said the performance was based loosely on the movie, "John Q," and depicted a hostage scene that included toy guns. In the movie, a dad portrayed by Denzel Washington takes hospital staff and patients hostage as he tries to force doctors to do a life-saving transplant on his son, a procedure that his insurance won’t cover.
 
"JPS has a great deal of respect and appreciation for our law enforcement partners," Greene said. "The band’s performance doesn't depict the values and people in our community and was incredibly insensitive to the students, families, law enforcement officials and the entire Brookhaven community. For this we sincerely apologize to all and we pledge to do better in the future."
 
Brookhaven Mayor Joe Cox said he has spoken with Jackson Mayor Chokwe Lumumba, who informed him that the Forest Hill band director has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation. He added that the mayor apologized to him personally for the halftime show.
 
"I offer my sincerest regrets to the Brookhaven community for the insensitivity that (was) portrayed during the Friday evening halftime show. There's an active investigation into the circumstances that led to this performance," Lumumba said in a statement Saturday. He added, "It's the responsibility of adults to offer guidance to youth. Our students should've been instructed that this was neither the time or place for that performance."
 
Brookhaven is about 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) south of Jackson, the state capital.Gov. Phil Bryant, in a post on Twitter, said someone should be held accountable."This is unacceptable in a civilized society," he said.
 
Republican state Sen. Sally Doty of Brookhaven wrote Saturday on Facebook that she'll file complaints with the administration of Jackson Public Schools, Forest Hill High School and the Mississippi High School Activities Association.
 
"How could any administrator think that halftime show was appropriate?" Doty wrote.
 
Another Republican state senator, Angela Hill of Picayune, wrote in response to Doty’s post: "No common sense. File it. Culture war."
 
Many people, in comments on Facebook, said they were shocked and outraged by the performance.
 
Jackson City Councilman Melvin Priester Jr. said he’d spoken with school board representatives about the situation.
 
"Why would ANY high school marching band ever need fake guns?" he asked in a post on Facebook. "Have they been performing this routine all year? … If this pans out like it’s looking this morning, however, I’ll be disappointed, offended and apologetic to both the people of Brookhaven and to those kids at Forest Hill who deserved better from the adults around them."
 
So when can we stop pretending in egalitarianism and actually start working to defend Western civilization from Africans in America?
 
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