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New Revolution - Imam Yahya Shabazz; Created Purpose - Karriem Hameed
1st hOUR - The New Revolution with Imam Yahya Shabazz The purpose of the show will concern the direction of society after the civil rights movement, and the role of the community of IWDM helping to point that direction.
2nd HOUR- Created Purpose with Karriem Hameed focus on the fact that Allah created everything and its purpose. The purpose identifies its correct usage and mankind recieves Allah's intended blessings (insha ALLAH).
I can see that the people are not getting this. Let me be clear, what the "Actions" of police and thier supporters are telling us is that we don't have rights. You should believe what you see. I'm seeing clip after clip of so-called "Black" folks dealing with police officers who have been sanctioned to do what they do, still trying to appeal to a sense of shame in the harrassing officer and realizing that there is "Nothing There". 1965, civil rights and the great society was a "Delay".... Things are going back to the way that they were before the "Delay". The delay masked the fact that "You live in the land of your enemy".... From that perspective of being at war in enemy territory, would you expect fair treatment and rights granted to the citizens of the country that you are hostage to? Sounds silly doesn't it? The sad fact is that many people are not only in delusionment about the people here who have persecuted us, but also the Most High, Himself. This is "His" judgment upon His children. You don't think He'll do it? Read revelation 11:8.....
Scripture Link: http://www.biblestudytools.com/nrsa/wisdom/12.html
Breaking Out of the Matrix: The Role of an Agent Provocateur PLUS Christ & Civil Govt. w/ Chuck Baldwin - The X Man and Mr. Baldwin dig into the obscure topic of the role of an agent provocateur. DEFINITION: An agent provocateur (French for "inciting agent") is an undercover agent who acts to entice another person to commit an illegal or rash act or falsely implicate them in partaking in an illegal act. An agent provocateur may be acting out of own sense of nationalism/duty or may be employed by the police or other entity to discredit or harm another group (e.g., peaceful protest or demonstration) by provoking them to commit a crime - thus, undermining the protest or demonstration as whole. Some powerful insights regarding the Pharisees of Christ's time, their ties to and influence in the Roman Civil Government as direct ambassadors of Rome and as agents over the people, as well as evidence that Christ truly did challenge civil authority...
On August 28, 1963, hundreds of thousands descended upon our nation’s capital to make a stand against poverty and racial discrimination. The “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” went down in history as one of the most pivotal points of change in our country’s history. One of the most notable highlights of the march was a speech delivered by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which later became known as the “I Have a Dream” speech. In it, Dr. King cast a spot light on the social, racial and financial injustices that had plagued “the negro” since they had been “made free” exactly 100 years ago, to the day, by the Emancipation Proclamation. This past August 28 marked the 50 anniversary of that historic day and King’s historic speech. A day that is credited with being one of the most significant events that brought about The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965. But today, 50+ years later, has the dream that so many marched, bled and died for come to fruition? Is the so-called “negro” really free? Have things changed for the better or have we squandered the inheritance of our elders and given ourselves over to a new slave master, sin? Join us, as we search the Holy Bible to interpret Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream
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Obama is expected to issue and executive order for amnesty for 5,000,000 illegal aliens on Labor Day. We think he may wait until Tuesday in order to play some golf on the holiday. Luis Gutierrez from Chicago is hoping for the announcement as soon as possible in order to “punish those against illegal immigration”. These cretins have no idea what they are unleashing in the country…or do they? Large scale protests and civil disobedience will give him a great excuse to declare martial law. All of this could have been stopped if politicians had wanted to do so. Meanwhile, Putin marches on.
Government is only as good as We the People. Government is required to protect the civil rights of all citizens. We the people vote for people we expect will help improve the quality of life for our communities, and for the nation. We are not monitoring the people we elect and the result is, government is only as good as we the people.
Politicians are governement workers who are elected into office to write bills and pass those bills into laws. Those laws areto be for the greater good of society as a whole. That said, different politicians must provide different resources and laws to their constitutents, based on geographical areaa. But those laws should never go against the greater good of society. Politicians are only as good as the people who votes for them.
The government workforce includes people who are hired to carry out laws, administer services, and support all communities. This workforce more times than not do a better job than the politicians. But again the government workforce is only as good as We the People in the community it serves.
To get better people as politicians, We the people must do our part.
To get better people administering services, supporting the communities, carrying out the laws, We the people must do our part.
Government is only as good as We the People
The full-length documentary, NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER GIVE is based on the life of Emmanuel Jal. In the early 1980s, at the age of seven, Jal was swept into Sudan’s civil war, becoming one of 10,000 child soldiers conscripted on both sides of the two decades’ long conflict. The film has been touring the film festival circuit. It premiered at the Berlinale festival and won the Cadillac audience choice award at the Tribeca film festival.
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Emmanuel was adopted by the now legendary British aid worker Emma McCune; Shortly after she adopted Jal, McCune died in a suspicious car crash, leaving Emmanuel “orphaned” once again. Jal rises from ruthless child soldier to refugee to rap star. He finds his own redemption and life mission through a message of peace that represents one of the 21st centuries’ most inspiring and hopeful journeys, and a metaphor for the broader African predicament.
Emmanuel’s journey is, in many ways, just beginning. His dream of Gua, peace, in Sudan, and prosperity in Africa, is threatened by corrupt leaders, genocidal warlords, and Western indifference. Hopefully, Emmanuel’s peace – his quest to make the world a better place through his music, activism and youth education – will prove to be far more significant than Emmanuel’s former war.
Civil Unrest: How far have we really come. Join us #episode394
Historian Rick Perlstein returns to Virtually Speaking to discuss his new book, The Invisible Bridge. Blogger extraordinaire Digby joins us as guest interviewer. RIck has described Digby this way:
My other favorite political writer, Heather Parton, blogs under the name “Digby.” Daily for over 10 years she’s been unleashing a fire hose of brilliance on the fecklessness of the Democrats, the craziness of the Republicans and especially the way that what we now call the “culture wars” has been seared into our national DNA at least since the Civil War. In the acknowledgments to “Nixonland,” I called her the other half of my brain.
We're delighted to have them both here tonight.
Pastor Woods and Bro. Alfonzo Neal discuss the events that surrounded the Ferguson, MO incident, the funeral of Michael Brown and should Christians ever participate in public protests.
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