Tamir Rice’s mother to Obama: “I don’t know how you are able to sleep at night”

Cleveland, OH—The mother of Tamir Rice, Samaria Rice had this to say about the United States’ first Negro president, Barack Hussein Obama:

“President Barack Obama, I don’t know what you’re doing. I don’t know how you’re able to sleep at night. Just sleep and wake up and see that another murder has happened on behalf of the government. And nobody is getting any justice.”

Samaria went on to say, “I’m just very disappointed with him.”

Tamir was 12 years old when police shot and killed him on November 22, 2014. Tamir had been playing in a playground with a toy gun.

Timothy Loehmann, the pig who murdered Tamir, shot the child less than two seconds after arriving on the scene. Video shows the cop car still moving as Loehmann leaps out of the passenger side and shoots the child twice.

Barack Obama, who attended the funeral service for the Dallas cops who were killed in July 2016, has done nothing about the Africans being murdered by the pigs on a daily basis.

Africans can no longer be fooled!

The neocolonialist, Obama, was put into the White House because the State needed Africans across the globe to continue to be fooled.

African people around the world were beginning to tire of U.S. imperialist policies and Obama was the ideal figure to keep the masses calm.

The African people, however,  are now becoming restless. Africans throughout the entire world see the daily murder of their loved ones by the State. They see the extreme poverty that African people are forced to endure, most having to feed their families on less than $10 a day.

Africans have witnessed Obama himself order the death of scores of Africans––for example, the drone strike ordered by Obama which killed over 150 Africans in Somalia on March 5, 2016.

Under the Obama regime, there has not been a single cop that has been sentenced to prison for killing an African.

Africans worldwide are looking for change. The only change that will liberate all Africans will come through revolution.

Black Community Control of the Police!

One of the demands that has been put forth by the African People’s Socialist Party (APSP) is Black Community Control of the Police.

This demand speaks clearly to the perilous circumstances that Africans face at the hands of the State every day.

Black Community Control of the Police will put power back into the hands of the African people. It will give the African community the power to hire, fire, and prosecute any armed members of the State that work in the African community.

If we had Black Community Control of the Police, pigs would have not been able to shoot and kill 12-year-old Tamir as he played in a playground. The pigs would not have been able to tackle Tamir’s 14-year-old sister, put her in handcuffs and force her to watch her brother bleed to death because she ran to help her brother after he had been shot.

The APSP is the only Party that is able to overturn the parasitic oppressive system that kills Africans every single day. Led by Chairman Omali Yeshitela, the Party has been organizing Africans across the globe for over 40 years.

No longer will Africans be fooled. Imperialism is in crisis! The time for Africans to take back power is now!

Join the APSP!

Fists Up! Fight Back! Get these pigs off our back!

Charge the U.S. with genocide! 






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