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The escalating police violence against citizens has motivated some community activists to seek assistance outside the United States. Evangel Mama Dee Love discusses the United Nations meeting this weekend and her lawsuit charging the lingering psychological damage of African Americans as a result of slavery and segregation. Later Chicago activist Queen Sister discusses the appeals for United Nations intervention to stop the present day police violence against Blacks in the U.S.
UNITED NATIONS IN DETROIT
THE LOTUS PLACE WELCOMES RON MARCH FROM THE RON MARCH SHOW IN DETROIT
More than 27,000 water shut offs....Human Rights Violation
Tune in for discussion and questions with Ron March as he gives a community update regarding the United Nations visit to Detroit.
October 21, 2014..,Tues., 7 p C/8 p E… Call In/Listen Chat~ 347-67-3074
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Tonight on The Gist of Freedom meet a descendant of Queen Nanny, Vandane Carpenter! WWW.BlackHistoryUniversity.com
World Premiere --- Monday, October 19, 2015 (United Nations, New York City)
Encore World Premiere --- Tuesday, October 20, 2015 (Schomburg Center, Harlem, New York)
Jamaican Premiere --- Friday, October 23, 2015 (Sir Kenneth Standard Lecture Theatre - UWI, Mona, Kingston)
Queen Nanny is featured on Jamaica’s $500 bill and is the only woman declared one of Jamaica’s National Heroes.
For over 30 years she freed almost 1000 enslaved people and helped them settle into these new Maroon communities.
Nestled in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica is a small community known as Moore Town. It is also known as Nanny Maroon Town as it became home to Queen Nanny and her ancestors of the Maroons!
The Nanny defeated the British forces that enslaved them in many battles. Despite repeated attacks from the British soldiers on Grandy Nanny’s settlement which was formed in her honor and called Nanny Town, it remained under Maroon control for years with successful defenses.
Nanny of the Maroons is hailed as the true Queen of Jamaica. From the Ivory Coast in Africa, Nanny and her brothers found themselves in Jamaica during the 1800’s during a period of slavery and wars. During this time Nanny cunningly outwitted the British soldiers rescued and freed slaves and refused to sign any agreement to return run away slaves.
For over 30 years she freed almost 1000 slaves and helped them settle into these new Maroon communities.
She defeated the British forces that enslaved them in many battles. Despite repeated attacks from the British soldiers on Grandy Nanny’s settlement which was formed in her honor and called Nanny Town, it remained under Maroon control for years with successful defenses.
Listen to Prophecy Quake LIVE starting @8:00 PM CST as we look at America in Bible prophecy and the TRUE identities of the Beast Kingdom and Mystery Babylon. We will also look at the situation in Oregon and why gun-control in America is such a big part of Satan's end-time agenda. It is time to understand that this sinister UN agenda goes back many years and was put forth in a US State Department in the 1960s. I believe this is the year that they evil globalists must create the chaos to bring forth their New World Order of the Antichrist. It is time to get prayed up and to stand against this evil spirit moving through governments, corporations, and false religions like Islam and New Age myticism. We must boldly proclaim all the truths of the Bible and the powerful name of Jesus Christ to fight the war that is upon us. To listen by phone call 347-884-8566.
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Nationally recognized Agenda 21 speaker Victoria Baer informs attendees of the UN-sponsored
plan to abolish private property and other Constitutional rights
What is Agenda 21?
It's big government, REALLY BIG government- as in global governance to "achieve justice in the world economy, environment, and society". While many of the goals stated in the 1992 world plan sound desireable, implementation by over-zealous activists in national, state, and local governments (and advisors to those governments) is resulting in unacceptable restrictions on individual liberty.
Shall the United States be governed by the Constitution, or Agenda 21? Sounds far fetched, but federal mandates from the Environmental Protection Agency, with additional rstrictions from state & local governments, are increasingly dictating limitations on private property and business.
Dedication: Marine Sgt. Chad Frokjer was killed June 30, 2011 when he stepped on an improvised explosive device in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, on the Pakistani border.
The current narrative of the police state is to shoot first, blame later. Police are now shooting people then coming up with reasons to validate their brutality afterwards. After they have concoted a reason for the shooting they the police department then sets out to assinate the charector of the person they had shot. This is the demonic repeating cycle of police terrorism. While the circumstances may be different all of the people being shot share one commonality. They are all Black. Why are the footsoldiers of the establishment so hell bent on destroying the original people? Why are we funding the madness they are perpetuating? Why is it illegal to be aboriginal? THE CRIME OF BEING BLACK.
The staff of the non profit grass roots orginization, United Nations of Consciousness, will be talking about there mission, hashtag activism, and blackeconomics
“The colonial history, the legacy of enslavement, racial subordination and segregation, racial terrorism, and racial inequality in the US remains a serious challenge as there has been no real commitment to reparations and to truth and reconciliation for people of African descent. Contemporary police killings and the trauma it creates are reminiscent of the racial terror lynchings in the past. Impunity for state violence has resulted in the current human rights crisis and must be addressed as a matter of urgency.” The United Nations
SPECIAL EDITION: Purpose for Women focuses on United Nations in Columbus
Guests: Melissa Lenz & Chasity
Our mission statement:
The United Nations Association of Columbus is committed to educating, inspiring, and mobilizing Ohioans to support the vital work of the United Nations, for we believe that the UN offers the best means to achieving peace and security for all humans. We practice this mission through several programs. We strive to make a difference through Model UN programs, where students can actively engage in the international system, learn and experience the UN system, and develop valuable leadership skills. We aim to think globally and act locally by organizing events that highlight the relevance of the UN system in Ohio as well as the key role that Ohio plays in that system as well. We advocate for strong U.S. leadership in the UN so that the international organization can operate to its fullest potential. We operate under the mantra “More Than Just Me,” for we understand that our purpose is about more than just the success of our singular organization but about the network of supporters who will make a positive impact on this world. We also understand that it will take more than just us to accomplish the lofty goals of the UN, so we collaborate with several Columbus organizations to make our vision a reality.
Links to our social media pages:
Facebook of our Campus Advocates: https://www.facebook.com/unacsa
(If you have time, I would check out their #HeForShe photo campaign)
Let's discuss the reasons why the UN has put together a committee to investigate the United States. Join the show at 6:30 p.m. Call (818)301-5834.