Justifiable Genocide: State Sponsored
Chicago history professor uncovers a government conspiracy to contaminate the two million participants of the historic Million Man March and forever change America. More
It is Black History Month 1995 and Legacy Laban, the director of the Black Informant Program (BIP) is reviewing options for dealing with the two million black men scheduled to attend the Million Man March. Eighteen years later, Bernard C. Noah, owner of a small black newspaper in Chicago and history professor at Malcolm X College, is discussing “African American Conflict” research papers with his students. After class Noah rushes to the hospital. Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Mark Ivan is preparing for emergency prostate cancer surgery on yet another Black political leader. Noah outlines his fears while speaking before a live C-Span broadcasted conference of Black journalists in Washington, D.C.. Noah hopes to determine if a correlation exists between men attending the March and high prostate cancer rates.
Assistant editor of the Washington Weekly Newspaper, Nikki Watson, is in attendance hoping to get him to publish her series entitled “Why AIDS Disproportionately Kills Black Women,” which her editors refuse to publish. However, Legacy beats her to the punch. Noah’s C-Span televised speech creates a public panic among Million Man March attendees, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), and Legacy’s BIP Oversight Committee. Ralph Ikon of the Center for Accountability and Democracy (CAD) is in possession of the original government March Madness file. Ikon finds Noah and gives him the original file. Noah seeks out the satellite photos of the March to substantiate his fears. Everyone he confides in winds up dead or conspires against him, including his own wife. Minister Malcolm Martin a National leader in the reparations movement picks Noah up to meet a group of African Americans suing the American government for slave reparations. They want Noah to introduce the March Madness file into evidence at the no longer secret international trail taking place in the Hague.
President Obama gives Legacy authorization to stop Noah by any means necessary. Despite the combined efforts of America’s intelligence agencies and the hundreds of African American informants around the country, Legacy fails to capture Noah in route to Europe aboard the S.S. Libertad and at the Chinese Embassy, where he picks up the conclusive satellite photos. Out of desperation, Legacy is forced to both contaminate the courtroom and attacks Noah on the witness stand before millions of television viewers around the world, including the members of the U.N. Security Council and President Obama.
A martial arts fight ensues, ending with Legacy’s death. Famed television reporter Howard James informs Noah of his invitation to speak at the U.N.. President Obama realizes that America is about to lose the public relations battle and the lawsuit and concedes to the groups last settlement demands. Both houses of Congress barely ratify the agreement by the required three fifths (3/5) majority.
The historic legal victory is just the beginning of the struggle between Blacks who love America and those ready to leave it in pursuit of a racist free reality.