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TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT RISING 360! Sis. SentAsha KeyAma-Joy EL brings forth a full circle reiteration about Nationalization Principles, Birthrights and Chattel Mortgages featuring no other than Bro. Taj Tarik Bey. As more fog comes forward, keep the fundamental basics in the constant forefront of your minds. Highlighted points:
What is Nationalization?
A historical look at the role that nationalization played in Venezuela during the rule of Hugo Chavez.
What does it mean for one to individually nationalize? Is there such a thing?
Are Federal Reserve Notes a subsittue for National Principles and National Identity?
Details about the conveyance of people into "corporate persons".
A historic backdrop of civics and politics throughout the Land.
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Shalom everyone this evening we will be discussing social indoctrination. in·doc·tri·nate is to teach (a person or group) to accept a set of beliefs uncritically. It is the process of inculcating ideas, attitudes, cognitive strategies or a professional methodology (see doctrine).  It is often distinguished from education by the fact that the indoctrinated person is expected not to question or critically examine the doctrine they have learned. As such the term may be used pejoratively, often in the context of education, political opinions, theology, religious dogma or anti-religious convictions. The term is closely linked to socialization; in common discourse, indoctrination is often associated with negative connontations, while socialization refers to cultural or educational learning. We must acknowledge and accept that the older generations where assimilated and passed down the techniques of indoctrination possibly without even knowing it because they/we where only doing what was familiar to us because of our own indoctrination.
Tonight we will discuss whether Europeans should feel apologetic (white guilt) for the enslavement (chattel slavery) of black africans in the western diaspora?
Shalom everyone, I'm back after a extended vacation from social media. Sometimes the level of degeneracy I view on SM is so infecting that I simply have to leave and go DETOX myself so that I can stay germ and perversion free. I know this may sound like a joke but trust me I am not joking. To much negativity in any form will eventually infect those who continue to voluntarily expose themselves to it. Similar to watching all of these Black dysfunctional un-REALITY shows where if (you) continue to view them, you will subconsciously begin to resent, hate and or dislike those who reflect and represent those images you constantly see on these shows. Now this is exactly what the Jewish creators and directors of these shows want, so the evil machine of Propaganda against the feared and hated Blk race is never ending where whites and their confederacy is concerned. However the unsuspecting Blk public masses continue to watch these shows because they become overy absorbed and fascinated watching those they perceive to have MONEY turn out to be just as *uked up, ratchett or psychologically damaged as those without it, The evil genuises of Hollywood and propaganda flood our oversized Flat screens with reality shows about BLACK women from all walks of life. All of a sudden the Black women is in high demand in Hollywood but as we can see, it is not in a positive way.What we should be asking ourselve is what is jewish whites up to now that SISTARS are such a hot commodity on all of their reality shows? Are we once again selling our souls for $ and fame now being labeled as selling a BRAND? Were not Blakslaves (branded) during chattel slavery? So are'nt we still allowing ourselves to be branded but just in another form? Isay we are. Will we renamed Black Americans ever learn on how (not) to be 4 SALE for paper fiat $, and what is it going to take? smdh
The United States has always prided itself in proclaiming that we are a nation that was built on Christian values. Yet, upon closer observation, true Christian values include a variety of things that we have historically and currently have failed to live up to. Historically, we established this nation by virtually annihilating the Native Americans who had settled here many thousands of years before the Europeans sailed the mighty Atlantic Ocean. The honored Founding Fathers who fought and died for liberty and justice for all men, owned slaves, got rich from the African slave trade and reduced those of African descent to being mere chattel, not recognized as being even human, but rather animals. The Chinese were treated as slave laborers during the building of the transatlantic railroad and American-Japanese were imprisoned as enemies of the state in internment camps, during World War II.
Currently, the war on poverty has become the war against the impoverished. Immoral lifestyles are being supported and viewed as an alternative. The disabled, senior citizens and others that are considered outside of what society defines as being viable and contribulatory are treated as second class citizens. Then there is the question of immigration. Oddly, this issue is a hotbed one, even though every citizen that makes up this country is a descendant of an immigrant. We are came off of a ship, boat or dingy.
So, when we say, Christian values, exactly what do we mean? We will be looking at St. Matthew 25: 34-40, Hebrews 13:1-3, Acts 4:32,34, 1 John 3: 16-18, and 1 John 4:20-21.
Tonight is a continuation of our previous topic now we are coming full circle in our discussion should Europeans apologize for the slave trade?
The Gist of Freedom presents~From indentured to Chattel enslavement, volunteer temporary enslavement to forced life time slavery~ One of the places we have the clearest views of that "terrible transformation" is the colony of Virginia. In the early years of the colony, many Africans and poor whites -- most of the laborers came from the English working class -- stood on the same ground. Black and white servants/slaves worked side-by-side in the fields. But in the mid 1600's the laws began to differentiate between races: the association of “servitude for natural life” with people of African descent became common. Re Negro John Punch (1640) was one of the early cases that made a racial distinction among indentured servants.3 In 1640, John Punch, an African indentured servant , is sentenced by a Virginia judge to serve for all his natural life." One of the few recorded histories of an African in America that we can glean from early court records. Free Blacks- "Antonio the negro," as he was named in the 1625 Virginia census was brought to the colony in 1621. At this time, English and Colonial law did not define racial slavery; the census calls him not a slave but a "servant." Later, Antonio changed his name to Anthony Johnson, married an African American servant named Mary, and they had four children. Mary and Anthony also became free, and he soon owned land and cattle and even indentured servants of his own. Licooln's Campaign speech @ Cooper Union on The Framers' Votes on Slavery
The Fourteenth Amendment (Amendment XIV) to the United States Constitution was adopted on July 9, 1868, as one of theReconstruction Amendments. The amendment addresses citizenship rights and equal protection of the laws, and was proposed in response to issues related to former slaves following the American Civil War. The amendment was bitterly contested, particularly bySouthern states, which were forced to ratify it in order for them to regain representation in Congress. The Fourteenth Amendment, particularly its first section, is one of the most litigated parts of the Constitution, forming the basis for landmark decisions such asRoe v. Wade (1973), regarding abortion, and Bush v. Gore (2000), regarding the 2000 presidential election. The amendment limits the actions of all state and local officials, including those acting on behalf of such an official.
The second, third, and fourth sections of the amendment are seldom litigated. However, Section 2's reference to "rebellion and other crimes" has been invoked as a constitutional ground for felony disenfranchisement. The fifth section gives Congress enforcement power. The amendment's first section includes several clauses: the Citizenship Clause, Privileges or Immunities Clause, Due Process Clause, and Equal Protection Clause. The Citizenship Clause provides a broad definition of citizenship, overruling the Supreme Court's decision in Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857), which had held that Americans descended from African slaves could not be citizens of the United States. The Privileges or Immunities Clause has been interpreted in such a way that it does very little.
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The Capitol Hill National Caucus negotiation committee will discuss the effects of illegal immigration on the descendants of chattel slavery and Jim Crow survivors. Topics will be centered around the Civil Rights Acts of 1866 and the 14th Amendment. We will explore ways to alleviate this situation so that the quality of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is realized amongst Black Americans, a.k.a descendants of chattel slavery and Jim Crow survivors. Callers are welcomed to join in this controversial topic.
JuneTeenth is about the lives of people from the mother land, Africa who became Americans, not by immigration by by trade and thievery. Africa, the documented earliest home to all mankind. Africa, the land of over 800 languages and 5 major types of people. Negroids, Pygmpoids, Bushmanoids, Caucasoids and Mongoloids. It was in Africa where the salve trade was established. It was on the coast of West Africa in the mid 1400's by the Portuguese. It is said the first Africans were captivies in their home lands and were traded for goods to people who came in ships from other countries. The trade of Africans for goods would become the thievery of Africans and this would go on 1400's to mid 1800's and would become known as the slave trade. Africans were taken into other countries and used as slaves. It is estimated that at it's peak africans were being stolen from West Africa at an average of 100,000 to 130,000 a year. Most of these Africans were brought to America. Before I explain the timeline of Juneteenth, please take time and listen to my 2013 JuneTeenth show. And I'll talk to you on this show about the slave revolt in America which was the beginning of freedom of the once African slaves. Rebellion to Revolution