A black police officer made a Facebook post that has gone viral following the recent Black Lives Matter protests across the country in reaction to the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.Jay Stalien, an African-American police officer whose Facebook post has been shared nearly 80 thousand times on Facebook seems to perfectly sum up many of the racial issues in America today. “I have come to realize something that is still hard for me to understand to this day. The following may be a shock to some coming from an African American, but the mere fact that it may be shocking to some is prima facie evidence of the sad state of affairs that we are in as Humans,” wrote Stalien. Stalien discussed the often taboo subject of black-on-black crime that is a large problem in many parts of America: “I used to be so torn inside growing up. Here I am, a young African-American born and raised in Brooklyn, NY wanting to be a cop. I watched and lived through the crime that took place in the hood. My own black people killing others over nothing. Crack heads and heroin addicts lined the lobby of my building as I shuffled around them to make my way to our 1 bedroom apartment with 6 of us living inside. I used to be woken up in the middle of the night by the sound of gun fire, only to look outside and see that it was 2 African Americans shooting at each other.” Using a term that has often been called racist or dismissive of black people that have been murdered by police, Stalien said that all lives matter: “I became a cop because black lives in my community, along with ALL lives, mattered to me, and wanted to help stop the bloodshed.” Stalien described the countless deaths he’s seen in upsetting detail. “I remember the countless times I stood 2 inches from a young black man, around my age, laying on his back, gasping for air as blood filled his lungs. I remember them bleeding profusely with the unforgettable smell of deoxygenated dark red blood in the air, as it leaked from the bullet holes in his body on to the hot sidewalk on a summer day.” “I remember the countless family members who attacked me, spit on me, cursed me out, as I put up crime scene tape to cordon off the crime scene, yelling and screaming out of pain and anger at the sight of their loved ones taking their last breath,” he wrote. As a black police officer, Stalien wrote about how he received abuse from many of the people that he works so hard to protect. “I was a target in the very community I swore to protect, the very community I wanted to help. As a matter of fact, they hated my very presence.” “They called me ‘Uncle Tom,’ and ‘wanna be white boy,’ and I couldn’t understand why. My own fellow black men and women attacking me, wishing for my death, wishing for the death of my family,” he recounted. “I was so confused, so torn, I couldn’t understand why my own black people would turn against me, when every time they called …I was there. Every time someone died….I was there. Every time they were going through one of the worst moments in their lives…I was there. So why was I the enemy? I dove deep into that question…Why was I the enemy? Then my realization became clearer.”.... You See America people in the Black Lives Matter terrorist group claim they want people of color who represent them on the streets, but once you become an African American on the police force the community you swore to protect just turns their back on you because you represent the law. People like Black Lives Matter activist and supporters could care less if you're a black man on Americas police force, because once you go cop respect for you starts to drop. These people don't want to be represented by men an women of the same shed, all they want is freebies, to destroy America, and ultimately break the law with no consequences. They asked to be represented by African Americans on the police force to only turn their backs on you, and in the long run they themselves will never become police officers when they continue to whine about not being represented in their communities across America. Good strong man this African American cop is, but he knows the truth if you try to come from these communities to be a man of the law, the community will only end up banishing you when you write off your life to help.
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