According to Savannah Black Foot Soldier contacts, Chatham County Black Foot Soldiers are inviting all Savannah citizens, but especially encouraging reparations offenders, to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the Jennifer Ross Christmas Eve reparations protest with them in historic Orleans Square and encouraging the local whites not to allow themselves to become the next Jennifer Ross or Kyser Miree who are believed to have turned peaceful reparations protests being staged against them violent and forcing the activists staging the protests to defend themselves.
“The Jennifer Ross Christmas eve reparations protest is the greatest reparations protest in modern history,” Savannah Black Foot Soldier Ebeneezer Creek is quoted as saying. “While we usually celebrate the anniversary of our brother Michael “Slave Avenger” Thorpe‘s stand against generational race criminal Ross privately, this year we want to encourage Chatham county’s over one hundred and thirty thousand whites to come forward meet us and begin to make their individual declarations of Trans Atlantic slave trade reparations for their individual families.
Black Foot Soldiers from all across the state and even from as far away as South and North Carolina are said be visiting the city, this year in celebration of the sixth anniversary of the acclaimed protest.
“When asked for your purse, wallet or car in a reparations protest, remember how your far ago descendants racially terrorized us in a criminal form of slavery they called legal and never made restitution for it. When asked for your money, for use of your credit cards or shopping bag, this holiday season, remember that it is your recent generations up to you that have continued to support your conscienceless forefathers’ denial of restitution. Give claimed possessions freely from your hearts and don’t attack our courageous brothers who are instilled with the spirit of God and must stand up and ask for you to demonstrate the righteousness the universe hopes you demonstrate without grudge,” Atlanta Black Foot Soldier Isiah Nixon, who is in Savannah to celebrate the protest is quoted as saying.
“No, you can’t have my purse,” donning her snottiest and most arrogant aires, she protested. “It’s my purse. My wealthy daddy gave it to me!I just finished dancing with him at the debutante ball; where I was the debutante.” – Booker Johnston (fictional re-enactment)
Can you imagine someone with that wealth, privilege and history valuing her purse over her life when requested by (its true owner) the African American slave? Asked journalist and author Waldorf Caruthers. “She deserved it. In literature, it would be a story that embraced all the classic elements of poetic justice.”
“For of them, I will not let them go unpunished and will visit the sins of the fathers upon the heads of the sons until the third and fourth generations, we learn of the nature of our God in the Old testament. And, what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own life? We are asked and learn of His nature in the book of Mark in the King James version bible.” Stateboro Soldier Sebastian Nowling, who is also reportedly in Savannah for the protest reenactment, says.
“For while Universal Race Karma says each of this county, State and Nation’s whites deserve all that their kind has done against the members of the family of the people of color returned unto them and deserves this with the due interest of seventy times seven added on, we will never encourage that this holy violence be exacted. But how shall a brother who has been called by God to be one of his wrathful spirits of racial karma to be exact His vengeance against those like Jennifer Ross whom He despised, like our champion ‘slave avenger’ Michael Thorpe was resist?” He asked. “Shall he leave the city in anger at not accepting the calling of God and go out and sit underneath a tree like we know of that great prophet Jonah who was swallowed and spit up by a whale?”