Sunday, July 20, 2014

Rev. Al Sharpton wants justice in chokehold death

We must say we have not seen Rev. Al Sharpton angry like this in a longtime.  However, we may hear more from him, because we believe Eric Garner's death is adding to the chain of tragic events, involving racism.  In our opinion because our nation have been diverse in relationships and the lack of morals within most black families as they've adapted to various immoral behaviors, this is why there could be a lack of strength when there is an attack of racial violence.  If you notice the more freedom African Americans got in this country, the more they got away from righteousness for the past 25 years, not saying this about Eric Garner. 

According to, Garner died after one officer put him in a chokehold and other cops helped bring him down. He repeatedly called out, “I can’t breathe,” then went still, as bystanders taped the tragic incident.   

If this is what it's going to take for the majority of African Americans to wake-up, repent to God and begin loving themselves and each other, then so be it.  In the Spirit, we see more civil rights activist rising up in these last days, but-it won't help unless the majority of the black race repents for their rebellion against God and hating the way He created them. 

May Eric Garner rest in peace.

Watch Video

Four emergency workers at scene of Eric Garner chokehold tragedy put on modified duty, Rev. Al Sharpton asks, ‘have we gotten so cold?’

BY Alfred Ng , Edgar Sandoval , Caitlin Nolan , Laura Bult , Daniel Beekman

Four emergency workers who responded to the scene of Eric Garner’s deadly Staten Island arrest have been put on modified duty, the Fire Department said Sunday amid outrage over...Read full article, here.

Photo: Kathy Willens/AP


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