Menace To Society

Let me introduce you to Mark Char, a menace to society. Now this ain’t the first time we seen people in blackface. We seen politicians, college kids, racist and even black men in black face. Naw, I’m not kidding. One of the most famous and widely known artist who wore blackface was a black man named William Henry Lane. As an aside Lane also is credited with inventing tap dance. But I am getting off subject.. Like I said we have seen more than our fair share of people in black face. But I neeva evva saw an Asian in blackface until today.

A few weeks ago I dismissed Asians as having an atypical racist view with respect to people of color. I even went so far to say they don’t have organizations and clubs dedicated to racism like some people. Now, I’m not so sure, but believe me I am going to look into it. Anywho, this Asian racist was charged with attempted murder for a road rage incident that happened in 2016. He violently attacked three people with a knife, sending them to the hospital in critical condition. I’m going to put a larger picture of him below here because I’m telling you… I don’t think his pineapples are ripe.

Anywho, Char pleaded not guilty and lost. I guess when the jury seen the bailiff bring the victims in a piece at a time, it was a done deal. This psychotic leftover mess was going to spend some time redeeming himself at Halawa. Char was convicted and sentenced in Hawaii. Now its a real !@@! thing to go to prison in paradise. If you look at the picture above, he looks like.. “Hell go on and bring it. I can do time in paradise” What he don’t know is Halawa is overcrowded and they sending folks to the prison in Eloy, Arizona run by the Corrections Corporation Of America… true story. In Eloy I heard the guards ask the prisoners if its okay if they breathe. Sometimes they make them leave the prison grounds if they want to breathe. So Mark all I can say is good luck.

During the sentencing stage the judge asked the defendant if he had any words to say to the court. Char referred to his conviction as a “prime example of the corruption and conspiracy” in the prosecutor’s office. He also referred to his trial as a “kangaroo court,” saying he was “not given a fair trial” and that an “incompetent court-appointed attorney” was forced upon him. That sure got the judges attention. Oh by the way, the marker Char used to put on blackface is thought to be applied with a permanent marker. He went on to say, “Now this kangaroo court is giving me a life sentence for me trying to protect and defend myself against the attack from three guys. In essence, treating me like a black man. And today, the reason why I’m like this, is because I prepared myself to play my part in your kangaroo court: treating me like a black man so today I am going to be a black man.”

Not quite Char. A black man wouldn’t be in court. He would have been shot 55 times on the highway when they saw him with a knife. On the slim chance he did survived there would have been an additional charge of resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer. If I was you, I would find a way to get that #$$@ off my face, specially going to Arizona, land of the 10 black people. Anywho the judge told Char. “If you look in the mirror, Mr. Char, you’re not gonna see a black person, you’re gonna see a menace. You’re gonna see a menace to society. This continues a pattern of disruptive behavior designed to undermine the administration of justice, I sentence you to life in prison… with the possibility of parole.”

With the possibility of parole.. Char you ain’t no black man.


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