-Excerpt from the Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police statement-
As victims of state sponsored brutality, from plantation patrols to police forces, Blacks in America are and have been without sanctuary in law or its enforcement thereof. The continued onslaught against Black life in America shows the blatant contempt that the system in its entirety has for those who are classified in America as Black. As an individual who strives to be a man of peace, truth, justice, love and respect in Torah, and seeking to redress the grievances that are present with the Black Community in America, I find it absolutely hypocritical that the BFOP statement has been issued without providing any clear evidence to date of how Freddie Gray died in police custody. But it is such statements as these that provides me with the insight that what is taking is place is nothing less than the incitement of the Black community to riot by the powers that be in order to justify the rounding up and hauling off of the Black community to FEMA Camps where only the Most High knows what then will take place. Our best bet, as a community, is to find ways to further distance ourselves from the clear and present dangers that lurk in governmental structures in order to ensure our survival, and not fall to the traps that are being set for us. For it is only until we we are able to insulate ourselves from the existential threats that have been assailing us for the past 400 plus years in America, that we will be able to thrive as we once did before in our homelands from where we were stripped and forced to suffer in the most nightmarish of conditions in the blood drenched land of police killing sprees and home of the institutionally enslaved.
Black Talmidim Minister of Information