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After The Verdict: How To Shut Down Corporate Amerikkka!

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Lance Scurv

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While many will split hairs defending the Not Guilty Verdict in the George Zimmerman case, to battle those who are in denial of how the laws were manipulated to paint an entirely different picture of the actual tragedy would be a waste of time.

Black people as well as many others are simply sick and tired of being handed to dirty end of the stick when it comes to the injustices in the courtroom that usually don't get the attention of the George Zimmerman case but are still affecting the lives of the faceless millions that have no defense in the present system.

In years past in the Civil Rights Movement, the Bus Boycotts for example brought a region to its knees as a huge statement was made that made the racist establishment feel it most where it counts: IN THE POCKETS!

So as we are handed not only these unfair decisions in the judicial System, we are also disrespected by many of the very politicians who are in office to serve us yet treat us as though we as a community have no clout. This has to change!

Since we hold our destiny in our hands we also have to acknowledge that we as Black people have remained inept and ignorant to the very workings of the political process that will continue to ignore us as long as we allow them to!

This is why we now must mobilize our efforts not only in the City, State & Federal levels in the political arenas but in a multiple attack on those various industries that make huge profits off of our hard earned dollars under the umbrella of Corporate Amerikkka.

Before we can accomplish this, we have to make those who are unaware in our community to understand how they support businesses that actually suck the blood from their lives without a healthy return of commerce back into their community as well as jobs that treat them fairly and with dignity.