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One of these days, we’ll stop pretending Western concepts of morality have any place in a discussion regarding the depravity of violence perpetrated by Africans in America. [Greensboro killing spurs judge to call on Guilford County community to do something about ‘daily waste of precious people’s lives’, Greensboro.com, June 3, 2019]
Until this moment of clarity occurs, we’ll continue to pretend black lives matter, when virtually every black life in America extinguished in violence has a black suspect. [Guilford County judges plead with locals over violent crime, TheTimesNews.com, June 4, 2019]:
Two North Carolina judges have made impromptu emotional pleas to stop the “senseless” violence in Guilford County.
The Greensboro News & Record reports the judges this week addressed the greater Guilford community while handing down the sentences in two murder cases.
Superior Court Judge David Hall on Monday sentenced a man to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder and armed robbery. Hall told the court that the murder was senseless and the robbery that took place days later is indicative of the mindset that has “devoured” most of the county.
Days earlier, Judge Lora Cubbage scolded a 27-year-old woman accused of ordering the death of a 16-year-old. Cubbage, who is black, shouted that the woman shouldn’t “tell me another black life matters if it doesn’t matter to you.”
This could be any city in the South. This could be any city where those descendants of the Great Migration of blacks now reside in the Northern states.
Black violence is the ultimate taboo in our society, so much so that judges must beclown themselves in court to maintain the charade of egalitarianism.