None of us know the entire story unless we were there at the crime scene. However, this is my opinion as an outsider, not a political figure. This kid, Rittenhouse, did what he had to do to protect himself. Unfortunately, the consequences were ugly since someone was shot execution style, but view it from a non-racial perspective (on my end I’m hearing race comments than what else physically happened)…

What the hell are you going to do if your ass is getting jumped and you don’t have your people to help you relocate to a safer area?

It could’ve been prevented…

Rittenhouse seems like someone who knows most of his shit, and come by his faults with reasonable transparency. He’s still a kid, figuring out what’s what and how to serve his community in any logical way possible. So, my concern is, why is this a racial issue if it didn’t present itself as premeditation of hate and bigotry? Is certain levels of logic not good enough to support specific reasonings in the American justice system?

I do not agree with how Rittenhouse handled the situation. He is in his late teens, and most young men are not fully matured until the age of 25 and older. Being who he is, he should’ve done what he was told then went home. Pretending to be law enforcement or a public service figure isn’t a game at all. If anything, I assumed the kid would have several restrictions or sentenced to jail for one to five years.

I don’t want to dive too deep into the case at hand because I only know so much and I wasn’t there. Although, the judge should’ve kept an open mind and updated himself on multiple trends (physical and digital).

I am a fighter, not a marcher.

When was the last time a peaceful march made a difference in today’s society? Personally, there’s not much that made a legitimate difference. If it did, why are we keeping #BLM (Black Lives Matter) alive? Why are we [blacks] singing spirituals or heartfelt poetry or elaborate imagery, and still lose the fight?

What is the fight? Easy, the right to retaliate by any means necessary. Take what is ours and respect those around us (neighboring communities that has their shit in order). In other words, blacks deserve the humanitarian rights to live a human life than of target practice. PLUS, we deserve non-intervention from bystanders and onlookers as the real activists fight for our own people with our own people.

Still confused?

In American history, we have documentation of the KKK to band together, do whatever they want to do in the name of their cause, and publicly make their presence known.


Piecing together the Black Panthers, man, the public and media presumed they were a malicious hate group that’s radical and unreasonable. Oh… And black ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿพ But the crazy shit about Black Panthers is their contrasting ideologies compared to some of the NAACP nonviolent marches and protests.

So I guess marching around chanting shit saves more lives than stop such an embedded stigma of justice in an unjust country.

I hope this brought you guys into my world and little more, and showing how I think. Please be safe, #GangGang #Squad. Goodnight and I will talk to you soon