March 16, 2015
Recently, it was admitted that Michael Brown did not have his hands up when he was shot by Judge Wilson, and was in fact beating him and grabbing for his gun.
Many liberal commenters pointed out that the phrase “Hands Up – Don’t Shoot” was never meant to be a literal statement about Michael Brown, but was simply intended to be a metaphor for the struggle of the African people against White oppressors who are constantly murdering them out of hatred. This is, of course, true, but what’s more, the concept of “Hands Up – Don’t Shoot” – often verbalized as “Hen Sup – Dane Shot Meh Muffugguh” – has for decades been a long-standing symbol for the eternal victimhood of Africans.
This fact is made clear and evident by the flag which Mali used from 1959 to 1961, which featured a Black man begging a White man not to murder him.