Negro U.S. president Obama cries for white people

 
WASHINGTON, DC––On January 5, 2016, U.S president Barack Hussein Obama gave an address from the white house on new gun control measures.
 
For 35 minutes, Obama addressed an audience of victims of “gun violence” and members of the U.S. government.
 
The mothers and fathers of African (black) people killed by cops were nowhere in sight.
 
The U.S. president wiped away tears as he spoke while talking about the Newtown massacre and other mass killings. He stated, “every time I think about those [Sandy Hook Elementary] kids, it gets me mad.”
 
Obama cries for white children killed in the U.S. by other white people, while he is responsible for drone and bomb attacks that murder civilian children in Lybia, Somalia, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan.
 
In his address Obama stated, “We are not inherently more prone to violence.”
 
The U.S. government does not have military bases in countries around the world in order to better the conditions of the people in those countries.
 
These bases exist as an attempt to keep U.S. imperialism alive.
 
Speaking of one out of four gun control measures, Obama said, "We're going to add 200 more ATF agents and investigators [for the] enforcement of gun safety laws that are already on the books.”
 
Gun control already exists for African people. The police containment policy of “stop and frisk,” practiced in every African community in the U.S., documented over 100,000 searches of African people by the NYPD.
 
The U.S. president’s gun control plan also included business licenses for gun sellers, background checks for gun buyers, gun control safety technology and mental illness screening.
 
The mental state of Timothy Loehmann, the pig who murder 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Ohio was ignored by the police department who hired him.
 
Neighborhood vigilante killer George Zimmerman’s violent history was not revealed in a background check. Zimmerman murdered 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida.
 
The U.S. commits genocide against African people
 
Regarding gun control Obama stated, "we do have to feel a sense of urgency about it. In Dr. King’s words, we need to feel the “fierce urgency of now …” people are dying and the constant excuses for inaction no longer do, no longer suffice."
 
Over 1,100 Africans were killed by cops in the U.S. in 2015. The current rate suggests that 3 Africans are killed by police each day in the United States.
 
African people are being killed by the State and U.S. president Obama and his administration are doing nothing about it. Obama is yet to shed tears for African victims of cop terror.
 
Towards the end of his address, Obama made a statement in regards to the nine Africans who were murdered in South Carolina by white nationalist terrorist, Dylann Roof.
 
Obama said, “Our right to worship freely and safely—that right was denied to Christians in Charleston, South Carolina.”
 
Dylann Roof’s terrorist attack was not based upon religion. His victims were targeted because they were African.
 
On gun violence Obama declared, "It will be hard, and it won’t happen overnight…The liberation of African Americans didn’t happen overnight.
 
The black president in the white house covers for U.S. imperialism and colonialism.
 
The fact is, African people are not liberated. We are still not free. Our people are murdered daily by the State with impunity in acts of genocide.
 
 
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