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    After reading an article that I found on Facebook, I thought it was very ironic that the Harvard Medical Scientists believe that police killing should be considered a public epidemic.  Not, only do I believe this should be considered an epidemic, I believe the whole world should be outraged at how law enforcement is taking advantage of their power to kill Black innocent victims daily.

    Modern day “Slave Patrol” is still in full effect with a new way of killing Black people. They are using social media on all platforms to keep us in slave mode. In the past, thhe first formal slave patrol was created in the Carolina colonies in 1704. Slave patrols had three primary functions: (1) to chase down, apprehend, and return to their owners, runaway slaves; (2) to provide a form of organized terror to deter slave revolts; and, (3) to maintain a form of discipline for slave-workers who were subject to summary justice, outside of the law, if they violated any plantation rules.

    There is no difference between 1704 and today.  Over the last century, we have been bombarded with images of our brothers and sisters being killed by the police. “Slave Patrol” is out of control; with advanced technology the whole world has an eye on everything in sight including police officers killing the Black man, woman and child everyday all day. I am tired of seeing the killing of innocent victims. Something has to be done NO MORE PROTESTING !!! Lets create some new laws that will protect Black people in the diaspora! Lets stop buying their products and create our own. We must separate ourselves rom the BEAST!  We must stop killing one another and start helping each other. Peace


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    Asad Malik

    There is a difference between then and now. THINGS ARE WORSE!

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