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"Now, while no one denies the atrocities that came after the defense breakdown, some things are not being talked about publicly when it comes to this event. As a teenager and as a young man, I would look at the story, and I would always notice the holes and contradictions within it. If a white mob of 10,000 came and just decimated the Blacks, then why were air planes being used? I also wondered why did the event go into two days? What happened during the initial interactions that prevented an immediate quelling? Black resistance to white bullshit is deliberately hidden from the history books, and sadly tends to only be passed down orally among family or localized communities.
Even though it's not technically the "Red Summer", one thing that I would love to hear is the Tulsa Race Riot from the FBA/ADOS view point. I say that because in my research I notice that this shit is like porn to the recessives (the authors of the books I've read) when you let them tell it. Then there is a clear dispute in who actually won the real race riot."
So apparently there were three battles.
The first battle - At the courthouse is where they were about to lynch Dick Rowland, and a brigade of black men (ex-WWI soldiers) from North Tulsa came to help protect Dick from the lynch mob. One little short old Devil tried to talk shit, and degrade a black man by trying to seize his gun. When the gun went off in the struggle that little Devil died and the fight was on. In that scene despite being outnumbered there more whites that died than blacks.
The second battle - The blacks who went to the courthouse retreated to Greenwood past the border marked by the railroad tracks, where the battle pretty much stayed the entire night. That right there is a victory that is not told. The white lynch mob from the courthouse who wanted the smoke were getting blown out of their shoes trying to get into Greenwood, and had to retreat.
The third battle - After news broke of the recessives getting their asses beat the punk ass mayor of the town met with the other Klansman/ Oklahoma national guard who set up a 10,000 man army to assemble at border of the town. They cut off the roads, and attacked at around either 4 or 6 am when a train whistle blew. Now even with that army and the blacks themselves only being around 10,000 in population those devils did not move an inch until the bitches started bombing from the air (which was a new war technique from the recent war, and had never been done to US citizens). Once that new war technique was implemented, the devils went block by block terrorizing, looting and rounding up our people.
The ones who really fought back were burned alive at the expo center in Tulsa. They made all of the blacks live in tents for over a year.
On the Tulsa Race Riots, the story of Peg Leg Taylor who caught so many white bodies... that he had to load them in wagons and dump them in the river to avoid the post riot blow back on the POW's.
"Arriving at the courthouse, this group of armed blacks, numbering about seventy-five, was greeted by a white mob numbering in the thousands. The level of tension and hysteria was rapidly rising. Representatives of the black group were allowed to enter the fortified courthouse where Sheriff McCollough assured them no lynching would take place. Apparently assured by the Sheriff’s defensive preparations they left the building and were preparing to go back to Greenwood when the spark was lit.
According to the version heard by Robert Fairchild, the white approached a tall black veteran who was carrying an Army issue .45-caliber and said:
"What are you doing with that pistol?”
“I’m going to use it if I need to,” came the reply.
“No, you will give it to me.”
The white man attempted to disarm the veteran and a shot was fired. Sheriff McCullough stated from that moment “the race war was on and I was powerless to stop it.” (7)
A prolonged gun fight broke out as the blacks withdrew toward Greenwood and Archer. Block by block the fighting continued into the wee hours of the morning. At one point the battle raged around the train station, which was held as a fortress by black defenders for an extended period of time. With the bodies of white attackers scattered through the streets, the blacks retreated into Greenwood. This overnight fighting is usually ignored or skimmed over in the stories of the Tulsa “riot.” Far from being helpless victims, Tulsa’s black population fought with brutal efficiency against the white invaders. It is not hard to imagine this defense was pre-planned, or at least theorized before the shots began firing. Regarding the “helpless victim,” mythology.
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