November 14, 2009

Day of Blogging for Justice: 'Stop Taser Torture' on 12/4/2009

The call is going out to all bloggers to support Blogging for Justice: Stop Taser Torture on December 4, 2009. We ask bloggers to take a single day out of their schedule and focus it on an important related to the tasing issue. Our hope is that the focused effort of the blogosphere will have a positive impact on the issue on the issue of taser abuse in America, Canada, Australia and elsewhere.

Perhaps the idea of an electric rifle made sense when it was first conceived. The idea is now warped. Villagers, we have a problem when police tasers cause death on a weekly basis. The problem is being discussed by bloggers like African American Political Pundit, Pam Spaulding, Yobachi and others.

Some say that using the term 'torture' is counter-productive. I don't agree. In fact, even Taser International ... the manufacturer of the taser gun issued an alert to the fact that their invention tortures people and may cause unintended heart attacks. Continued use is torture in my view.

Blogging for Justice: Stop Taser Torture should create a worldwide discussion with ideas, advice, plans, and action. We want to expand the discussion on the issue of tasering and how the issue threatens us all.

I hope that all villagers will join us in this online activism on December 4. What say u?


AAPP said...

Thanks for all your work addressing this issue of tasering. You have lead the effort and it is much appreciated . This is a story of David (the people) Vs. and Goliath (Police policy and procedures).

I have no doubt that the people will win in the long run.


Unknown said...

AAPP - We will keep moving things forward a day at a time as we move towards our target of a more just society. All of us working together makes for a powerful afrosphere experience!

Anonymous said...

I strongly support your efforts and all the incredible work and focus you have dedicated to this issue my brother. I can hardly match it, but I will contribute my voice to the cause on Dec. 4. I will be there.