Controversial Mobile Black Foot Soldier Moses Abernathy has reportedly issued a scathing condemnation against the State’s trial and jury’s verdict against black on white reparations protester Michael Lee.
“Even in the tragic death of one of their privileged sons, it is apparent that the Miree family is still refusing to accept responsibility for their family’s generational race crimes against our people and their kind’s crimes against our people. Infact, this family of flagrant and piggish racial terrorists seek sympathy for the death of their Trans Atlantic Slave Trade denying son.”
SEE: Drinking From The Cups Of Their Fathers: Harry Miree, Russell Ross, Meghan McCain, Anderson Cooper: The Living Children Of The Slave Owners: Unrepentant, Still Denying Justice & STILL Smiling (Part I), submitted by South Carolina Black Foot Soldier Anthony “Norfolk” Crawford
“Let us give thanks to our God that the sons will not escape the sins of their fathers,” Mobile Black Foot Soldier Moses Abernathy is quoted as saying in a rally Mobile County Black Foot Soldier contacts reportedly held to denounce the continued persecution of the four acclaimed Kyser Miree reparations protesters being illegally held by the State and to state re-condemnation of the Miree family – that is suspected of having direct Trans Atlantic slave trade ties.
“There was no better news to the blacks in this community than news of Kyser’s death.”
According to the Slaves Schedules of the 1850 census, Wm. S. Miree of Perry County Alabama (Only 1 county removed from Jeffereson County Alabama – in which Birmingham resides) owned a considerable number slaves.
“The Miree family is a family of generational racial criminals who, in spite of the daring reparations protest against Kyser , continue to deny accountability for their crimes. We say to that family today that their son Kyser was not good or decent. Rather, he was a piggish racist and Holocaust denier who supported the atrocities of his fathers and believed in the continued racially terrorism of his county’s government. There was no greater or better news to the blacks in this community than that of his death.”
Biographies of the four kids from families of generational race criminals (who yet deny reparations) showcase how the legacy of slavery en-wealthed their families.