Countering the Deception of False Police Narratives: We Are At War

“Be careful with what the media is putting out. If we do not carefully investigate (and open ourselves to a proper education) we may take a word for the wrong definition, and thereby bear a false image of reality, within our own mind. This is an hour to think critically and intelligently.” Sis. Sufiyah Asia Yasmine @earthsaylove 7/18/2016

Hip Hop Educator

By Tony Muhammad

Hiphopeducator19@gmail.com

“There’s a war goin’ on outside, no man is safe from” – Mobb Deep – Survival of the Fittest (1995)

“Coming from the school of hard knocks, some perpetrate, they drink Clorox, Attack the Black because I know they lack exact the cold facts, and still they try to Xerox” – Public Enemy – Don’t Believe The Hype (1988)

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The legendary Chinese master general Sun Tzu said that all war is based on deception. Deceptive is a very fitting term to describe an innumerable amount of police narratives that have been given to us historically on a daily basis, especially in respects to the unjust treatment, brutality, murder and terror of Black, Brown and Red people at the hands of law enforcement in the United States. As the publisher of Urban Urban+America+Cover+resizeAmerica Newspaper in South Florida for over five years reading such police narratives…

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