The script is a familiar one in the United States. A NiBBer is involved in a disturbance with police, dies, and then the NiBBer mob reacts with violence.
Now this scenario is playing out in London, England.
American white people in the South know that the NiBBer is never satisfied. There will be no peace in England for the next thousand years or more unless the Brits engage in a little ethnic cleansing.
Don’t ever expect the NiBBer to understand the concept of obeying the white man’s law. It’s not in him.
Young people unable to get justice for deaths in custody will begin to retaliate as they see police as acting like a “gang”, according to a campaigner at a protest for Rashan Charles.
The speaker at the vigil, which was organised by the campaign group Stand Up To Racism, said London’s youngsters will use violence as it is the only way they are able to “articulate” their frustration.
Mr Charles died following a police chase in east London on Saturday 22 July.
A spokesman for Mr Charles’ family was among several people, including community leaders and politicians, who issued a plea for calm after violence broke out in Dalston on Friday night.
The speaker said: “If you are black, you are already a suspect.
“If you are black and you are standing on a street corner and there are already more than two or three of you, you are seen as a gang.
“The police at the moment are acting in a way that is going to divide communities. It will be an us versus them thing… they are acting like a gang, operating like a gang.
“Killing our youths on the streets, the way they are doing… the only way the young’uns know how to retaliate now is with the riots, that’s because they can’t articulate themselves to bring the police to justice.
“Once these kids start getting together, using their sense and going against the police, that makes sense. As long as they are taking ours, we’ll take theirs – that’s the way they see it.
“It’s not the family advocating that, that’s just the way they see it.”
The demonstration outside Stoke Newington Police Station on Saturday followed a night of violence.
A group of angry demonstrators barricaded part of Kingsland Road in east London with wheelie bins, mattresses, and other debris at around 3.40pm.
But as darkness fell, parts of the barricade were set on fire and riot police moved in. The violence only dispersed shortly after 11pm.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating the events leading to the death of Mr Charles.
Unverified footage on social media appeared to show at least one police officer attempting to restrain him on the floor of a shop in Kingsland Road at 1.45am, close to where the protest was held.
Police said Mr Charles was seen “trying to swallow an object”. The 20-year-old later died in hospital.
Another speaker at the protest on Saturday was shadow home secretary Diane Abbott – in whose constituency the unrest happened.
She said she would not rest until the questions about Mr Charles’ death had been answered.
Good grief. Take a look at angry Diane Abbott. Is that thing human?