There is no way that another man of another race could have been arrested in this way! What is it like to be black! With being a black man???
I know this is not the first time this has happened, but being witnessed on a larger scale again makes me so uncomfortable and makes me so sad!
My 22 year old son Jeremie Mputu, he who is in a continent other than me, he who lives in a remote world, he just called me today to tell me that his friends had sent him the images of a white man kneeling on the neck of a black man !! “And killed him” !! What !!!! It’s time to digest !!! What should I tell him, what should I answer to this ?
My son insisted that I explain to him the ins and outs of this crime operating in the middle of the day in view of the whole world, especially since these things happen in a state considered to be the greatest democracy in the world.
Wanted to discuss this subject and comment on it with my son because I felt uncomfortable making him more sad, because for him, he also sees me undergoing such treatment here in Great Britain (ENGLAND).
He wanted to reassure himself that I was fine, Alas I did not want to once again convey my sadness to him in my personal affairs. Because obviously, someone injects raw information into his brain and his heart !!
I need to make sure it is properly grounded! Because he knows the slavery which I had to speak to him before, which we have exchanged but I do not want to have a conversation on racism, of which certain people of black color are victims of the minority of white people who have not understood that the peoples of the whole world are called to live united, in unity with also our diversity of opinions, beliefs, religion, faith and political practice, but we must force ourselves to support it too accepting ourselves despite our many differences.
I am committed to changing this world, while preceeding peace, unity and sincere and lasting reconciliation. despite this sad reality about the untimely death of this young black American man.
I continue to say long live world peace, long live transparent justice, long live love of neighbor, and I take this express opportunity to present my sincere condolences to his biological family, to his loved ones as well as to American people from all over the world.
Jenny Dakosta Van Mputu
Directeur Exécutif National
Human Rights Activist-Founder and National Executive Director of ‘No Impunity for the Congolese State’ (NICS) – Human Rights Organisation.
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