Whenever a Black man breaks/threatens white supremacy
barriers, and or positions held in esteem in the psyche of white superiority
then those Black men lives are targeted for assassination, i.e. Malcolm X,
Minister Louis Farrakhan, Hank Aaron, Gandhi, Martin Luther King. Even Tiger
Woods, during his early career (when his father was living) in the sport of
golf, had a team of 200 undercover security personnel in the crowd of
spectators at major golf tournaments because of the hundreds of death threats
he received leading up to tournaments.
History dictates extreme and alert caution on the part of the Secret Service, empowered to protect President Obama and family members lives, even a cricket chirping, "Death to Obama!" (In my heart felt spiritual opinion).
History also in regards to our struggle in America against a hostile white
dominated society shows that we do not recognize our great men who challenge
the order of white supremacy while they live. It’s not until they die or are
assassinated in our mist that we respond in group thinking of gratitude and admiration.
President Obama should be protected by "ANY MEANS NECESSARY." Regardless of his Administration or Americas war arsenal used to fight wars and intervene in hostile conflicts around the world. Where is the cry in our community from the many Black anti-Obama pundits against the accessibility of weapons and drugs that pour into Black communities? On a daily bases hand guns and assault rifles are used by hostile and violent Black youth to kill and mane others in our communities. Maybe when, if ever, we as a race/group unify and stop the violence on self and kind then hopefully our voices will affect humanity violent nature. But until then, I side with Black men standing and fighting for the greater good of our own communities and for a better world society than which we all presently live in today.
Reality dictates you must meet force with an equal amount of force or greater to overcome its advancement on the lives of common people. I agree the use of drones under the Obama Administration is evil and causes reported collateral damage, or the deaths of civilians in faraway places living in violent conflict with their neighbors, but war is hell and death its consequences.
Finally, personally I do not support war or warmongering nations nor individual violent people. My beliefs and spirituality dictates
PEACE, but peace is not the norm in this wick world. With that being said, I expect (ed) President Obama to act in accords within the oath and duty of the President of the United states. On the other hand, I do not expect (ed) Obama lay his head on any naysayer(s) chopping block, for the sake of "illusive peace" this world seemingly strives to attain.