Mark Carson Wasn't Murdered Because He's Gay . . .
Mark Carson, 32, a gay Diasporan, was murdered by a Hispanic male, and New York's Police Commissioner, Ray Kelly, announced that the only motive for the shooting is sexual orientation, "It is clear that the victim here was killed only because and just because he was thought to be gay.” Then media fells in line to declare a hate crime based on sexual orientation, but just in case we might think otherwise, if we knew the victim's race, the related article, in the following newspapers, didn't bothered to tell us: Reuters; USA Today; Huffington Post; Daily Beast; Guardian; New York Post; New York Magazine; Raw Story; New York Daily News; New York Times . . .
Everyone was satisfied that sexual orientation was the culprit, despite the fact that Hispanics virtually never attack people for sexual orientation, or any other ideological reason. By contrast, they have become so predatory toward Diasporans in prison, and in adjoining neighborhoods until, "Federal authorities have alleged in several indictments in the last decade that the Mexican Mafia prison gang has ordered street gangs under its control to attack African Americans." These murders have included the intentional murder of a young girl, and many others.
As a matter of fact, "leaders of the Azusa 13 gang were sentenced to lengthy prison terms ... for leading a policy of attacking African American residents and expelling them from the town."
Also, it shouldn't go without notice that George Zimmerman, a Hispanic, killed Trayvon Martin, in a similar manner to the Mark Carson murder. Zimmerman pursued Trayvon, as he complained to the dispatcher on the telephone, "they always get away..."
Some devalued people, defend against the insult and indignities by imitating the oppressor. Some Jews in concentration camps pretended to be SS Troops and, it is well known that the abused are more likely to become abusers. The Bible even speaks on it, "do not envy the oppressor, and choose none of his ways." Proverbs 3:31
Carson wasn't killed because the shooter disapproved of his sexual orientation, or his race, he was killed as a substitute, for his companion — because of his race.
In America, there are many instances when white people, who commit crimes say, "a black person did it." By so doing, they are attempting to substitute another, to receive the punishment that they deserve. In slavery, that concept was reflected in the use of Diasporan children as playmates and "whipping boys," for white children. They were so named because, if the white child misbehaved, the Diasporan child would be whipped. However, the concept of substitution transcends race, and is embedded in our culture, as a matter of social hierarchy. Carol Burnett depicted it in one of her skits — rich folks fought by ordering their servants to hurt each other.
Everyone in America recognizes that the interest of white people is more forcefully protected than that of a Diasporan. So, even though Carson's killer, Elliot Morales, was angry at Carson's companion, he chose to shoot Carson, because he thought it would be less costly than to shoot his white companion.
Elliot Morales experienced murderous rage before the morning of May 18th, evidenced by the fact that he was arrested for attempted murder in 1998. Nor did his brash and confrontational behavior begin when he encountered Mark Carson.
About 15 minutes before the shooting, Morales urinated on the outside wall of a bar called Annisa, then he went inside and showed his gun to the bartender and manager, and threatened to shoot them if they called the police.
Shortly thereafter he observed Mark and his companion, and Morales told them they looked like gay wrestlers. Mark's companion retorted, "And what do you think you look like!"
Morales countered "You all want problems?" And, despite the protest of his friends, pursued Mark and his companion.
Morales asked them, "Do you want to die right now?"
Mark's companion challenged, "Do you want to shoot us in front of all these
people?" Then he pulled out his phone and commenced dialing the police, the very thing that Morales said he would kill to prevent.
Did Morales shoot the man who challenged him, did he shoot the man who was engaged in the act he claimed he would kill to prevent . . . He did not! Instead, he turned to Mark Carson, and asked him a question he already knew the answer to, "are you with him?" And when Carson said yes, he shot him in the face.
Elliot Morales was angry at a white man, but he flipped the script, to place a Diasporan in front of his rage, who he shot instead . . .
Examples of racial substitution in movies:
Legally Blonde (2001), A law professor disapproves of the class response to a question and uses a pen to painfully poke, the only Diasporan in the class, in the forehead, who had done nothing.
Revolution (1985) - A young woman speaks a point of view her mother disagrees with and her mother turns and slaps the female Diasporan slave.
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