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I believe that the REAL status that is foisted on an unsuspecting populace is that of CONSUMER or PRODUCER.
As everything in the universe has TWO sides in accordance with the Universal Principle of Polarity, I beleive that the true status that The Powers That Be allocate presumptably for each U.S. citizen is that of consumer or producer. If you have the status of a consumer then you are a slave. Why would a producer heed the complaints of the consumer when the producer has a pyschological profile of that of the consumer and can just push a button to make the consumer do his bidding? There was a very interesting article written on this subject called Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars. Today when go in on WHAT IS YOUR STATUS?
CNN anchor Don Lemon's "Talking Points" about pulling up your pants, using the "n" word, finishing school and being an involved parent had many people feeling some kind of way. He also said Bill O'Reilly (who blamed certain rappers and other foolishness for all the problems in the black community) didn't go far ENOUGH with his critique. Let's talk it out with Ms. Mary & Dr. Janet... ~(theybf.com)
Russell Simmons -VS- Don Lemon: ON the African American Culture in Hip Hop. Russell Simmons V.S. Don Lemon: ON the African American Culture in Hip Hop.
The African American Culture 2013 in Hip Hop.
Big E (Ernest) with CBT (Conscious Black Thinkers) and myself Aqili T aka G Tone will share our views on the subject "Living While African American 2013", "The American Way of Life".
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Tune in Monday, August 12, 2013 as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word speaks on Attorney General Eric Holder leading reforms on the War on Drugs and how this potentially could affect the minority community.
Stacey will also give an update on CNN Don Lemon. Lemon has responded to Russell Simmons' open letter to him. Don Lemon recently showed "tough love" to Black America, many were not pleased with his position, but Don Lemon holds to his position.
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Tune in Monday, August 5, 2013, as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word speaks on CNN's Don Lemon's recent remarks regarding the ills of Black America; the anchor showed what he would call "tough love," stating it was time for Black America to take responsiblity for some of the ills, particularly of the urban community.
Hip Hop mogul, Russell Simmons, wrote an open letter to Don Lemon, which countered a lot of what Lemon stated. Stacey will address that letter and take some callers, as well as share her thoughts on the issue.
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This week, on The NY Hip Hop Report with Manny Faces we'll speak with the makers of King Kong. Not the movie. Not the remake movie. The hip hop musical comedy version of the classic tale.
We'll also recap the Rock Steady Crew's 36th Anniversary, whcih took place earlier in the day at Central Park, as part of the SUmmerStage concert series.
We'll start out the show with a critique of CNN's Don Lemon and his incorporation of hip hop into a recent on-air editorial.
Join us live at 10pm for New York hip hop's only all-talk radio show!
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In order to attain exceptional product/service sales results, we must get a grip relative to understanding consumers, what they want, when and how they want it, and not only influence trust, but also stimulate the power of consumer certainty. That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist.”
The Fabulous Lemon Drops are Dez and Vanessa Staunton, a musical duo based in Brisbane, Australia. They met in London while travelling the world, Dez as a musician with rock band Dubh Chapter and Vanessa as a backpacker on a journey to circumnavigate the globe.
Their collective experiences have enabled them to write songs which are original, easy to dance to and appealing to families. Dez wanted to make music for children, drawing inspiration from the music he loved such as sixties psychedelia and seventies new wave, and not traditional nursery rhymes. Vanessa’s love of books and experiences as a teacher motivated her to write lyrics designed to extend children, stimulate their imaginations and open up creativity.
Fabulous Lemon Drops have released two albums entitled, Fun, Laughter and Dance and Everything's Gone Green.