Monday, August 21, 2017
BOSTON AND CHARLOTTESVILLE SHOWS, WHAT MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
ICHEOKU says it is due to one thing and one thing only, the police did their job in one city while they chose to stand idly by and do nothing in the other city. This is what ended up being the major difference from the charade that was Virginia and the good job put up in Massachusetts. But in the Commonwealth of Virginia, in its city of Charlottesville, somebody in authority made the conscious decision not to allow the police to do their job; to protect a group of people who were legally doing what they were authorized to do by the Constitution of the United States of America and for which they obtained required necessary permit to do. They allowed a bunch of trouble making rabble rousers to crash the party and with it the mayhem that was witnessed in Charlottesville, Virginia.
So, anyone drawing a comparative analysis between the two cities protests must be mindful of the political undertones that was in place in both places, which sabotaged one protest rally and made monsters of some people and the other one which followed a textbook detail of how to police a lawful event and avoid unnecessary tension in the land. ICHEOKU has no dog in the fight and could care less what any pinhead hater wants to say, but categorically rejects the current umbrage against the President of the United States of America Donald John Trump as being responsible for what went down in Charlottesville, because he is not.
The president, as the father of the nation had to admonish both sides of the political fringed spectrums to cut the crap and be of better behavior. Anyone expecting him to have taken sides is mistaken, because as a president of all Americans, he is supposed to be impartial in all issues and matters involving the citizens of the nation. He did not start racial divisions in America, they preceded his presidency and they will still be around long after he completes his term or terms in office. When two children are engaged in a fight, any responsible parents have to first stop the fight, listen to their stories, before apportioning blame accordingly. The president spoke well on Monday when he said that both sides behaved badly; and again, the president was right on Tuesday when he called out the Nazis for their bad behavior after finding out the facts of what happened and once again, the president did not misspeak when on Wednesday he reiterated that there is always two parties to a conflict.
ICHEOKU therefore calls on everybody to move on from the current Charlottesville nonsense and refocus on how to solve the multitude of problems facing the nation; instead of expending useful manpower dribbling about nothingness. Enough of the divisions and enough of the finger pointing at the White House; moreso, now that Steven Bannon has gone, once again a show of proof by the president that he is not beholden to any nationalists movement nor have been taken hostage by any white separatist group including the KKK. Americans should therefore move forward and allow the president a chance and the opportunity to do what he needs to do to help Make America Great Again.