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WHEN DO WE SAY NO !!!!!!!!!!!! WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE!!!!!!!!!!
“Tesh Ndlovu of Midrand: 27 October 2014: "My duty is to eliminate every white person in South Africa" facebook page: "If you look very well in my profile you'll see that I'm wearing a necklace.. you see this necklace. This was made from the bones of a small white child of six years old. I killed him myself and his sister in front of his parents. We can make beautiful art and traditional crafts using the bones an d remains of white people... If you want to eat a white person, I won't stop you. Or if you just want to have some fun torturing a white person before you killt hem, that is entirely your prerogative... whites doesn't have their own country. They are all over Africa... they've nowhere to run...”
who can you trust?
“South African Police sergeant Hendrik 'Muthi" Mthimunye: "Never Trust the White Man, the only Time you Trust Him is when he is Dead'
5 November 2014: Twelve white colleagues have lodged a formal complaint against sergeant Mthimunye, saying these words are 'unsuitable language to be used a a police member."
Dr. Stanton noted that recent studies of the correlation between corruption and atrocities committed by governments show that the relationship is direct. Once in power, corrupt governments cling to power because of the enormous wealth their officials amass. They then persecute, torture, and murder anyone who challenges their grip on power. That downward spiral has begun in South Africa, just as it did in Zimbabwe. In Zimbabwe it resulted in the Gukurahunde genocide against Joshua Nkomo’s Matabele people and Mugabe’s repression of the MDC.
Today on the 100th Anniversary weekend of the Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Organization (UNIA), Professor Kimberly C. Williams shares with audiences a hate crime whe was subjected to and administrations response and punishment. Professor Williams teaches Sociology at a small, southern U.S. college. She has written about and studied race and gender dynamics throughout her career, including her undergraduate and graduate research on race in education. Her current research focuses include analyzing the portrayal of women and people of color in media and the contrapower harassment dynamic prevalent on college campuses. She is beginning a new career in public speaking and writing on feminism and race. She blogs for the Rebel Researchers Collective http://rebelresearchers.com/ 2014/06/08/death-by-a-million-papercuts-are-prestigious-degrees-really-worth-the-trouble/ on her personal blog, Radicalize Me! (http://wp.me/4cdDt) on Facebook at “Blackademia” (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blackademia/1388228314732814) and “Welcome to my Post-Racial Life” (https://www.facebook.com/ welcometomypostraciallife). Brother Aliki Nkrumah (Anthony Murphy) is Second 1st Assistance President General for the UNIA-AFL, Executive Director of Town Watch Integrated Services for the City of Philadelphia Neighborhood Organizations and Town Watch Groups. We close with an interview with Thomas Simpson, Artistic Director of AfroSolo and participants this season:Stephanie Anne Johnson who performs Every Twenty Days: Cancer, Yoga and Me, Lance Burton who performs The Irrelevance of Being Relevant and Kurt Lamont Young will perform If God Wanted Me to Fly He Would Have Give Us Wings to Do So.
On Friday, many of you heard The Rebellious Rev and The Doc discuss anti-semitism across these United States and the problems in the Middle East. We had two guest caller, Ann from Colorado and "Q" from Philadelphia. Tonight's show is further discussion of the hate that we read about in daily newspapers or see on cable news. Across America, we see a rise in unsanctioned militias in our heartland. Americans from Minnesota have gone to join ISIS/ISIL. When will all this hatred end??? Call us at 646-595-3275 and let us know how you feel. Were you ever a victim of a hate crime??? Don't forget the coffee!!!
What has happened to children ? It is more and more children making the news than ever before. Children killing children, and children killing siblings. What has happened to parents that raise these kind of children. What has gone wrong in our society that allow these things to happen? Is it the job of the scholl to teach or is it the job of parents? There are many questions we need to ponder and ways to seek to make a better way for children.
Hate (feel intense or passionate dislike for (someone).
"the boys hate each other"
synonyms:loathe, detest, despise, dislike, abhor, execrate;) Today we see alot of hate that leads to death or cause others to end up in court. A traffic accident can cause hate to come out when no one was at afault.Hate is a very strong word and action. Hate is an emotion that some kind not control allowing it to grow quickly into a reaction that can not go back where it started back..
Take your #terrormax and get ready for an all new episode of chronicle.su HATE Radio, brought to you proudly by Lebal Drocer, Inc.
Radio Hate is fair and balanced, and colored by paranoid delusions of grandeur. Uncertainty is everything on tonight's episode of chronicle.su Hate Radio, just like every night.
The Face Of Love Hate & Jealousy:
Please join Jason Wade Taylor/Randy Hahn LIVE at 9:00pm EST for straight up, hard core Conservatism. Jason is probably known best for his single handed take down of the liberal group #STOPRUSH, and his Militant stance on PROLIFE. Jason pulls no punches, and has a loyal fan base, along with loyal enemies as well.
Cyber bullying affects many adolescents, teens and adults on a daily basis. Cyber bullying involves using technology, like cell phones and the Internet, to bully or harass another person. Cyber bullying can take many forms:
Sending mean messages or threats to a person's email account or cell phone
Spreading rumors online or through texts
Posting hurtful or threatening messages on social networking sites or web pages
Stealing a person's account information to break into their account and send damaging messages
Pretending to be someone else online to hurt another person
Taking unflattering pictures of a person and spreading them through cell phones or the Internet
Sexting, or circulating sexually suggestive pictures or messages about a person
Cyber bullying can be very damaging to adolescents, teens and adults. It can lead to anxiety, depression, and even suicide. Also, once things are circulated on the Internet, they may never disappear, resurfacing at later times to renew the pain of cyber bullying.
At some point, we have to stop claiming that people are "hating" simply because we disagree with them. There is some real hatred out there and we need to fucs.
Some of these ignorant cops in America are hateful and that is real.
There are racists at large who hate others.
And, some of us even hate ourselves.
Then, there is the hatred across the gender divide that rears its ugly head whenever discussions are held about relationship issues.
We have to choose between loving each other or embracing the growing acrimony that is festering on both sides of the gender divide.
Black males and females are at war with each other in many corners of this nation. Hateful things are being said back and forth, and things are getting critical.
I’ve been trying to move people by tapping into the hot topics that cut deep into human nature. The upside is that some of us are awake and realize that even if we disagree, we can still be committed to our people, or at least have a discussion about the divergences. The downside is that many of us have no idea how to have a conversation. I get literal demands from people to have discussions with them after they have cursed me or disrespected me in their disagreement with me.
We have to decide if we are going to hate or love and then proceed with discussions, dating, loving and living.
Listen to The Bridge Radio today at 4pm Pacific as we discuss love, hate and the thin line between the two. Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James and co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, Marcus D. LeGall III and DJ Gates on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.
Tune in each Sunday at 4PM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.
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Hate crimes occur when a perpetrator targets a victim because of his or her perceived membership in a certain social group. Under this definition, unlawful acts committed against groups such as race, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation garner stricter penalties than unlawful acts not motivated by bias against certain groups. The boundaries of what constitutes a “hate crime” are often blurry and vary from state to state. Are hate crimes a necessity in today’s culture? Do crimes rooted in bias against a social group warrant stricter penalties? Are the penalties too strict or not strict enough? What message do hate crimes send to members of society? Are there crimes that should be considered hate crimes that aren’t? Do hate crime laws work to prevent/reduce hate crimes or crimes in general? What groups should or shouldn’t qualify for hate crime legislation? Call in and join the discussion!
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