Little Rock Black Foot Soldiers & National Black Foot Soldier Network Demand Release of Alleged Christmas Eve 2009 Reparations Protester Laquan Javaris Fitzpatrick: “Repa- rations Offender Philip Wise Turned Peaceful Reparations Protest Violent” – Little Rock Foot Soldier Julian Moseley
Little Rock Black Foot Soldier Julian Moseley has issued a scathing condemnation of the city’s over one hundred thousand whites calling them “cowards” who defend the atrocities of their fathers by not making restitution for their crimes.”
“White good, generosity, charity, justice and love are curious things to behold,” Moseley, who, with near thirty Soldiers, assembled near the Baring Cross Salvation Army center in North Little Rock. “I call good, generosity, charity, justice and love ‘things’ for white people because, for them, they are not real – only concepts.”
Comparisons of the Little Rock Christmas eve Reparations Protest has many in the Ghetto- BraggingRights (GBR) community, who have heard about the case, drawing comparisons to the historic 2005 Jennifer Ross Christmas eve Reparations Protest, says new GBR publisher Aniga Shakur. “It’s gained a considerable amount of popularity on in the national community,” He says.
According to white media reports, Salvation Army official Maj. Philip Wise was gunned down at that center in a black on white (BOW) robbery on Christmas eve. According to Moseley, the Soldiers gathered to confront the “false positive” image white people and media are purporting about so called Maj. Wise.
Praised by whites for his generosity to impoverished blacks, white media reports the 16 year Salvation Army major spent time raising money so that several hundred black children in Baring Cross community could have a good Christmas.
“Our preliminary investigation indicates that Mr. Wise had returned to the center with this three children – ages 4, 6 and 8 – when they were approached by two black males demanding money,” racist Little Rock Police regime terrorist Terry Kuykendall is reported as saying.
Moseley and the Soldiers, however, condemned Wise’s community work, lifestyle, beliefs and issued a “reminder” to Little Rock whites that “they are all Reparations Offenders.”