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Why do blacks and whites to often allow color to prevent unification on basic issues of freedom and liberty?
Who says Tea Party types can't unite with Ferguson Protesters?...can you imagine the 'bridge' of unity that would create?, the power that would send?
And who says black activist can't join with Tea Party on certain issues of basic rights and liberty?
And who benefits most from this divide in the populace?
Amid continuing tensions over the police shooting of an unarmed teen in Ferguson, Mo., most Americans give relatively low marks to police departments around the country for holding officers accountable for misconduct, using the appropriate amount of force, and treating racial and ethnic groups equally.Currently, 69% of the public, including majorities of both whites (75%) and blacks (64%), say blacks and whites in this country get along “very well” or “pretty well.” Since 2009, the share of blacks with a positive view of relations between the races has fallen 12 points (from 76% to 64%) while remaining largely unchanged among whites (80% in 2009).Nearly seven-in-ten blacks (68%) say they have not too much or no confidence at all in police using this type of equipment appropriately; by contrast, most whites (60%) have a great deal or fair amount of confidence in police department to appropriately use military equipment and weapons. o YE DRYBONES AND THERES Most of the world has greater confidence in Obama than in Putin to do the right thing in world affairs by better than two-to-one (a median of 56% to 23%), according to a 44 nation poll by the Pew Research Center, conducted this year after the winter Olympics in Russia but before the recent conflict over responsibility for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which the U.S. has blamed on pro-Russian separatists supplied with weapons by the Russian military.ISIS is a biological mutation of Al Qaeda, a human biological warfare experiment created by White and Arab religious and political fundamentalists, wealthy zealots and scientists, unleashed in the world initially to destroy socialism for the unchecked growth of imperialism, capitalism, racism and religious slavery.
1. Missouri – Riot Breaks out during a vigil over a black teen shot by a policeman. Question to the Rioters: Who was honored in that display?
2. You Picked A Fine To Leave Us, Williams; The Heart of Faith
In the light of Christian men, women and children devalued and destroyed – murdered – by the hands of evil and godless men, I can only look and say with all sincerity – You couldn’t have picked a worse time to give Obama another opportunity to capitalize on America’s grief.
The U.N. Takes a Page from the Democrats Manual: “How to Serve Man”
The U. N. have always had an eye out for opportunities to develop stronger ties with Hollywood , and were no doubt disappointed to learn that Amal Alamuddin, - British-Lebanese Barrister (That’s attorney, for us “Yanks”) and fiancée to aging heartthrob, George Clooney - rejected the appointment to sit on the Gaza Fact Finding/ Resolution committee. Can’t help but wonder how Clooney felt about this, but suffice to say that Amal is not a Hollywood “fluff” and George probably knows that she’s got the credentials to create his own niche in the geopolitical arena.
Bill, Hillary and Obama: The Twisted Trio
Of these three men, I’m convinced Hillary is the only one with the ‘balls’ to squeeze one off on ISIL and end the genocide once and for all. Hell, I’d even let her name it after herself, if she wanted.
Michelle, Take Your Lunch and Shove it - The Real Reason A Seahawk Succeeds Wheere You Fail.
Other topics: Clinton, Obama, Genocide, Ebola, Common Core,
Rights of Blacks became an issue when American born Africans became legalized citizens of America in 1865. From that moment forward, constant objection to Africans being citizens of America brought hatred of the race. With African citizenship the poorest of Americans lost their place in society. The wealthiest of Americans lost their human property. They south lost the war, thereby lost the right to human ownership. The poor of the south had no class of people to master over. This is where we are today. Although the American born African was free, their were little rights to go along with that freedom. Equality for the freed people was not on the to-do-list of whites in America. Equality only began to make its way into society because there was always men who refused to be slaves. They created chaos and they gave their lives rather than be ensalved ever again. It was because of the deaths and terror in the land that whites come to realize they could find ways to follow the law, while denying blacks their rights. The Black Code Laws were adopted soon aftr slavery and so we live today constantly trying to change and eliminate those Black Code laws. Because blacks chose equality, eventually whites would stand with blacks for equality for all races. Whites were ortrichized and given names aking to names given to black, merely because they chose peace by endorsing equality for the races. The tool required to gain equality was at the ballot box. And so beginning in the 1940's the movement began. By the time the 50's ended blacks demanded more and was tired of waiting. By the 1960's the year of the flower children The races joined forces and and there were marches, and sit its to protest. Lives were lost but people keep marching. Read the March 15, 1965 speech LBJ gave to congress that fits into 2014. Pick up a Voters Guide and pick your politicians carefully.
This week on my conversation w will discuss what I have said for weeks that I see coming true. With the beheading of the American journal and Obama smiling while playing golf only moments after giving a 2 second press confrence about it. When is the media going to look at people as humans not whites or blacks, reds, asians ext... Shows that Obama knows he can do what ever he wants and nothing will happen to him. Also we will also talk about the Red's start to the season. Are the new signings of player going to be what is needed or will they need a lot more. That and a whole lot more so join me and be apart of the conversation.
African Americans consistently outpace the total market population in overall growth, smart phone ownership, television viewing and annual shopping trips according to the new study, “Resilient, Receptive and Relevant: The African-American Consumer 2013 Report,” a collaborative effort by the Nielsen Company in New York and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), located in Northwest Washington, D.C.
Black buying power continues to increase, rising from its current $1 trillion level to a forecasted $1.3 trillion by 2017.
Despite the strong economic outlook, blacks continue to spend most of their money outside of the African-American community and, according to Nielsen and NNPA, advertisers have repeatedly slighted the black media, spending only three percent, or $2.24 billion, of the $75 billion spent with all media last year.
Each year, African Americans spend more than $47 billion on Lincoln automobiles, $3.7 billion on alcohol, $2.5 billion on Toyotas, $2 billion on athletic shoes, and $600 million each year on McDonald’s and other fast foods, according to Target Market News Inc., a Chicago-based marketing research group.
Today we feature Eric Schiffer discussing Russian Economic Terrorism via stealing millions of passwords to emails & websites PLUS White Girl Bleed a Lot Author Colin Flaherty. This author begs the questions-Are many Black young people-like the whites of the `50s-racist perps???
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Why are "Blacks" treated like Second Class Citizens? What does everyone have except us?
Creditors, Bonds,Trust and Operating on the Private
1.How do we operate as a creditor?
2.What is meant by bonding a case?
3.How do we operate on the private side?
4.How do you act as a holder of a trust?
5.What type of trust are available to you?
6.How do we maintain honor successfully?
7.What is meant by dishonor?
8.What is an Administrative process?
9.How doe's it work on the private side?
10.How doe's it work in the public?
11.Why do an Administrative process?
RULES TO THE GAME
1.) THERE IS NO MONEY- There is no Consitutionally sanctioned money for the Republic as ennumerated in Article I Section 10 of the Consitution FOR the United States of America. There is only fiat money allowed to be used WITHIN the UNITED STATES CORPORATION.
2.) PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DO NOT MIX- In all of society there is a Public and a Private connected to everything. Learn what this is and DON''T MIX THEM. THEY DON'T EVER MIX THEM SO DON'T YOU EVER MIX THEM.
3.) STAY IN HONOR AT ALL COST.- Dishonor creats obligations. A creditor ALWAYS pays his bills. The United States is YOUR responsibility. Be a responsible creditor.
4.) DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN PUBLIC CONTROVERSY- You are PRIVATE. AS SOON AS YOU OPEN YOUR MOUTH AND ANSWER QUESTIONS IN A PUBLIC VENUE THEN YOU TESTIFY THAT YOU ARE PUBLIC AND FALL UNDER THEIR JURISDICTION. ANYTHING YOU SAY CAN AND WILL BE USED AGAINST YOU.
Learn the RULES OF THE GAME.
Awaken to your inner Goddess with Dr. Ladi Auset and your host Rev. Njeri Karimi. Today we go all in on "Black Vs White Sisterhood". What is the responsibility of the Black sisterhood towards the Whites sisterhood and vice versa. Is there a difference? Are there different expectations? Call in and share your views & opinions.
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When a close examination of the state of blacks in America is conducted, there is one common denominator that lies at the core of all of the symptoms that plague us as a people — economic impotence. Without economic empowerment, we will never have political influence, social protection or equal footing. We will never be able to compete without the minimal requirements participate in the competition.
One of the greatest failures of blacks has been the inability to unite to create a community infrastructure that is institutional — meaning that is can be perpetuated beyond the lifespan of the current leadership. Through group economics, blacks would be able to generate PACS and Super-PAKS to supply political muscle to a political machine that currently moves against us.
On this episode of Real Talk with Rick and J. Rich, we will be discussing the costs of not developing an institutional community infrastructure that is based on group economics. We will also discuss the ways that this can be accomplish. You don’t want to miss this episode. Tune in to become a part of change.
What's shaking, folks! Unfortunately, we preeempted this past Saturday's Grindhouse show but it was for a VERY good reason-The Afropunk Festival! Join Captain Kirk, Dburt and a special appearance from the Uncanny Daryll B., this Wednesday at 7:30pm. The topics to be unpacked are: the Afropunk highlights, of course; our thoughts on the Floyd Mayweather vs 50 cent feud. Is illiteracy ever funny?; in the latest in minstrel news, the co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records, Suge Knight was shot multiple times while attending a Chris Brown VMA party; can the sudden popularity of Little League World Series phenom, Mo'ne Davis herald the return of Blacks to the sport of baseball?; Dburt waxes about a recent Sirius-XM townhall about Black men that still got it wrong; was the NY Times out of line for refering to slain teen, Michael Brown as being "no angel?" ; and speaking of media depictions, does the #iftheygunnedmedown social media campaign make a legitimate point about the Black vs White victim portrayals?; a Time article posits that the animal mind is more compex than one would think and that they may getting smarter (as we humans appear to be lowering the cognitive bar); is Hercules' Kevin Sorbo racist (or like the preceding animal mind reference....was his rant more complex?); and lastly, is it possible that Fox's Megyn Kelly actually got it right when discussing White privilege with her colleague, Bill O'reilly? Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.