When I started writing articles for this blog, I try not to cuss my black people, unless they are in some way harming or responsible for our current situation due to economic, social or lack of leadership qualities. One of these people, close to home, has just had his Dick Turpin masked removed. I waited a few weeks until the outcome from the GLC before releasing this blog.
I met this man about 15 years ago and I never did take to him. I thought him to be one of those fake black man (yes they are still about) who claim to be helping but only help line their own pockets. He chat's like a battyman and has mannerisms to match. Peeps who know me I don't take to dem kinda black man. Like they have something to hide or at times feel superior. a la Ashely Cole. When we met he wanted me to join his organisation based in Peckham at the time. I was just starting out as a younger revolutionary when we spoke and he was impressed by my readings, ideas and how I was a straight up field negro - all that Lee Jasper is not.
He then attempted to make a name for himself in local black matters throughout the nineties and early part of this decade, popping up here and there, doing nothing but promoting the Lee Jasper campaign, pretending to be defusing what ever current situation arose on the streets. He then went further into politics, becoming a spokesperson for the metropolitan police, before finding out he could fiddle in Ken's office undetected. It was while he be became a police spokesperson that alarm bells started really ringing. He appeared and carried himself even more smug than before and that's saying something if you knew him before. The Italian suits and dinners at fancy restaurants were above the station of a man said to be on £26,000 per annum, working for local government.
It's people like him, that make it hard for black people in the UK. He got to a position where he was supposed to help our people, especially the youngsters in gangs. And here he is setting up x amount of organisations in Africa, hustling money out to launder and various other activities associated more with my friends rather than a man holding public office on tax-payer's money. And to make matters worse he was at it again on the TV the other day, chatting about how the re-introduction of the SUS law could be a good thing. Raas we don't need black man like these allegedly helping us. They would take the last pair of brief's we had if they could get a pound at the market.