Saturday, November 13, 2010

Feeling Degraded at the airport, Is it worth being degraded for that fare that you pay for?

I have heard and seen the voices of the people of the United States, complaining of the body scanners and what to them feels to be a degrading experience at the airport, where they have spent their hard earned currency to board a plane in the USA. I know at this time when it seems as if we have global terrorist threats all over the world and there are precautions that should be put into place, the right of innocent people should not have to subject themselves to body scanners that could one day lead to cancer to themselves and the God-given children they have. I say subject, because in all things everyone has a choice, you alone decide what you allow to happen to you especially when you put yourself in a situation that can cause you to feel degraded and humiliated. Just like you would not walk down the street with your body exposed then why would anyone put themselves to be subjected to this treatment just to board an airplane? The USA, should still have enough faith in the people that have taken the time to run to the election booths to vote and that are striving to live a decent life that does not involve criminal activity to understand that just as they would not and are not subjected to this treatment that the people do not want this also. Just as a parent would not turn over their God-given children who are entrusted to them by God, into a room with child molesters, why should they have to make the choice of something that can cause them serious harm, with the scanners or stand back and watch their child be fondled all over, isn't that why there are people in jail, for child molestation and offense touching, and is this not considered offense touching? Why not make the better choice and catch the train this holiday season when you travel, Vice President Biden has always been a fan of the trains at least then you will not have placed yourself in the way of people that are called to do a job that violates your body and your personal space. Instead of complaining, stay off of the airplanes and show the government that not everyone is a terrorist, some people just want to go to another place to visit, have a corporate meeting or just relax with their family without going through a horrifying experience and then to know to return back to their destination that another one awaits them. So take a train, or drive and then you can always do the smart thing take a vacation in your state and see the beauty that is a round you that you don't take the time to see. If everyone this holiday season decides not to take a flight on an airplane do you think then that this government will take notice that the people are not happy with this violation that is being done on their person? How many people are willing to take a stand and say enough is enough and I am not going to allow you to do this to me, not being violent, but just showing that this is a service that I pay for and I will just use another mode of transportation.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

The WAR on Saggy pants still continues today

The war on Saggin Pants has been fought on a large scale since 2007 in large cities in Dallas, Texas and Atlanta Georgia, Trenton, New Jersey, Pine Lawn, Florida, New Orleans, Louisiana, Memphis, Tennessee, Flint, Michigan and New York, Virginia and Georgia has been added with nine other states still struggling with this fashion.
In Dubin, GA, the mayor stated that after having complaints for a year on the saggin pants that he had his city attorney work on researching how other localities were dealing with the problem with backsides being handled and the exposure of a person's buttocks, genital area or undergarments, it has also been concluded that this is a health concern to the wearer of this style as it causes an improper gait. The council members amended the "indecent exposure" to include baggy clothing in the same category as MASTURBATION, FORNICATION AND URINATION IN PUBLIC PLACES. This includes the prohibiting of wearing pants or skirts that expose more than 3 inches below the hips exposing the skin or undergarments, which faces fines up to $200.00 Failure to use a belt to secure one's clothing in Dublin will result with the violator being issued a citation and penalties that could include a $25.00 on the first offense and $200.00 for each subsequent offense as well as court-ordered community service as it is according to this new law. In Fort Pierce, Florida, Commissioner Reggie Sessions, wants to make history with the ordinance by cleaning up disrespectful and indecent clothing styles.
Atlanta City's Councilman C.T. Martin, stated that he proposed a saggy pants law because " he is tired of seeing kids and young black men wearing their pants down around their knees."
Jasper County, SC, the Jasper County council passed an ordinance that prohibits anyone wearing pants more than 3 inches below the hips exposing the skin or undergarments. This will be enforced by Jasper County Sheriff's office, municipal police officers and the Jasper County administrator.
Nashville, Tennessee is the first state to that will issue a fine of $250.00 and 160 hours of community service for wearing pants below the person's waistline that exposes the person's undergarments or bare buttocks. Flint, Michigan, where the former Chief of Police David Dicks, crusaded bravely against droopy pants at a time when Flint had the third-highest homicide rate in the nation. In Riviera Beach, Fla, a judge found the ordinance there unconstitutional after a teenager spent a night in jail when he was arrested for exposing to much of his undergarments.
In all that is happening with forecloses, high-rate of unemployment and homelessness and children and adults going to bed hungry and of course one of the biggest things is that we owe China several trillion dollars, it is nice to know that our law-makers have the time to concentrate on taking freedom of expression away from our youth in their choice of their clothing and forgetting how it was in the 60's and 70's with our freedom of expression in our clothing. And I would like to show that appreciation on each and every election date for youth's to be reminded of their freedom to express themselves being taken away and I do not like the baggy pants hanging off of their behinds, but I do however understand their frustrations and we all kids since the beginning of time have demonstrated it through their music, clothing and hair styles and lack of making good choices in life during that time period of rebellion.
I am confused however how this is so unacceptable
And this has been acceptable for over 40 years or more.
Isn't it time that we decide how we should dress, and if we are going to fine the youth for their manner of attire to pay for schools and books, should not the same fines be imposed on the blue collar worker whose butt is exposed while working to help balance the books in these bankrupt states? More and more we are finding that history has been hid from all of us and that we are all still slaves and have no rights under the constitution not even in the manner of our dress.
http://newsone.com/nation/newsonestaff4/georgia-mayor-to-sign-law-making-sagging-pants-illegal/ http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2010/oct/19/fort-pierce-commissioner-wants-to-make-saggy/ http://www.wtoc.com/global/story.asp?s=9526858 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trousers

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Detroit's fires on Sept. 7, Hollywood's playground, budget cuts or natural disasters?

On September 7, 2010, Detroit, Michigan had 85 fires in one night. Mayor Dave Bing called it a natural disaster in a 4 hour period.

The fires were in three Detroit neighborhoods. In Rush's northwest side neighborhood has brick homes and the properties are kept up, if you go several miles east to Robinwood there you will find the heaviest damage to vacant houses.

This scene on Robinwood Street was repeated throughout Detroit on the evening of September 7th, 2010. Detroit's worst fire since the 1980's was caused by collapse of hundreds of power lines, that could of been fixed if the Detroit Fire Department was not under-staffed due to DTE’s neglect of the power grid and the city’s cutbacks to fire protection. Over the ensuing four hours,fierce winds and dry conditions spread the fires, destroying or damaging at least 85 structures.
Some houses are separated by vacant lots where homes once stood. The neighborhood is among Detroit's most desperate. The other fires spread across various parts of the east side also are among the poorest in Detroit. There was no lost of lives during these fires, but a lost of homes.

In a city with it's troubles. A third of working age adults are jobless. Foreclosure rates are high and so is crime. The city has wrestled for years with blighted neighborhoods filled with abandoned and ramshackle houses and trash-filled vacant, lots with overgrown weeds. In a city where it has already been effected by the take over the auto industry which led to a high crime rate, deep budget cuts and high foreclosures is this what is to be left of Detroit? In doing budget cuts in cities and states, do we need to cut the essential services that the people in those areas need?

A burned home is seen through a remaining entryway of another home on Detroit's east side, Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010. Wind-whipped flames swept through at least three Detroit neighborhoods, destroying dozens of homes, including many that were vacant, officials said. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) Residents had stated that they called 911 were some did not get any answer and some were on the line for 90 minutes . Is Detroit becoming Hollywood's playground now? Two weeks after these fires, ABC debuted it's new show this evening September 21, 2010 as Detroit 1-8-7.
TV Reviews

'Detroit 1-8-7'

When: 10 tonight, ABC.

Starring: Michael Imperioli.

'Glee'

When: 8 tonight, Fox.

Starring: Jane Lynch.

'Undercovers'

When: 8 p.m. Wednesday, NBC.

Starring: Boris Kodjoe.

How can we ever forget the lost of a 7 year old , Ayana Jones in the making of an A&E show. Is reality shows going to continue to contribute to the lost of lives and homes and towns and cities across the USA? When a city or a state has fallen is it time to make a t.v. show about it or do we show love and help bring it back up?
James Jordan points to the devastation in his neighborhood
Did this happen to Detroit for profits for Hollywood? Should anyone profit off of the loss of a community or city and state? We seen that happen with Katrina, in New Orleans. http://www.newser.com/article/d9i3uic80/detroit-mayor-defends-response-to-85-fires-fanned-by-high-winds-terms-them-natural-disaster.html http://www.firetrainingsite.com/article-sept-7-detroit-how-many-fires.html http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/wind-whipped-fires-add-608878.html http://www.wsws.org/articles/2010/sep2010/fire-s17.shtml

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Wachovia Bank goes free for money laundering drugs, but the small petty drug seller can get life in prison

IN Charlotte, North CArolina-based Wachovia admitted to federal prosecutors taht it had a large role in the undocumented contributing to the the violent drug trade in Mexico for the past 4 years.
In May on this year Wachovia settled with the Justice department for $160 million dollar settlement for a failure in bank controls enabled drug traffickers to launder drug money by transferring money from Mexican currency-exchange houses to the bank. Wachovia’s new owner paid $160 million in fines and penalties, less than 2 percent of its $12.3 billion profit in 2009. Wachovia failed to identify and report suspicious transactions in third-party payment processor accounts," according to the Justice Department. Wachovia’s new owner paid $160 million in fines and penalties, less than 2 percent of its $12.3 billion profit in 2009. Prosecutors said the bank processed $420 billion in transactions without using proper money-laundering detection. According to the Justice Department, Wachovia accounts took in at least $373 billion in wire transfers that were made from "casas de cambio" ( which is an currency exchange operation) in Mexico between May 2004 and May 2007. As if this is not bad enough, more than $4 billion in bulk cash was shipped from Mexican casas de cambio to 'Wachovia' accounts, prosecutors allege. 'Wachovia' also operated a "remote deposit capture" service that took in another $47 billion, according to prosecutors.
It really gets better, some of the money was used to buy planes to traffic cocaine, U.S. investigators seized more than 20,000 kilograms of cocaine from the planes. Miami U.S. Attorney Jeffrey H. Sloman, whose office led the three-year probe said, "Wachovia's blatant disregard for our banking laws gave international cocaine cartels to finance their operations by laundering at least $110 million in drug proceeds. Corporate citizens, no matter how big or powerful, must be held accountable for their actions. This was in March of this year.
"Bloomberg' reported on June 29, 2010 that Wachovia, it turns out, had made a habit of helping move money for Mexican drug smugglers. Wells Fargo & Co., which bought Wachovia in 2008, has admitted in court that its unit failed to monitor and report suspected money laundering by narcotics traffickers -- including the cash used to buy four planes that shipped a total of 22 tons of cocaine. Wachovia admitted it didn’t do enough to spot illicit funds in handling $378.4 billion for Mexican-currency-exchange houses from 2004 to 2007. This is the largest violation of the Bank Secrecy Act, an anti-money-laundering law, in U.S. history -- a sum equal to one-third of Mexico’s current gross domestic product. No bank has been more closely connected with Mexican money laundering than Wachovia
Since 2006, more than 22,000 people have been killed in drug-related battles that have raged mostly along the 2,000-mile (3,200-kilometer) border that Mexico shares with the U.S. In the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez, just across the border from El Paso, Texas, 700 people had been murdered this year as of mid- June. Six Juarez police officers were slaughtered by automatic weapons fire in a midday ambush in April as reported by "Bloomberg".
With such a high drug use in the United States, we have one of our own a banks that were given a bail out while the people suffer had been the drug pusher for the communities with their network of 231 cities in the states, and to make a profit of $39 billion in sales annually as reported by the Justice Department. Mexico is an industry that supplies hundreds of tons of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamines to Americans.
Former Director of Wachovia's anti-money-laundering unit in London form 2006 to 2009 says he quit the bank in disgust after executives ignored his documentation that drug dealers were funneling money through Wachovia’s branch network.
Wachovia is just one of the U.S. and European banks that have been used for drug money laundering. For the past two decades, Latin American drug traffickers have gone to U.S. banks to cleanse their dirty cash, says Paul Campo, head of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s financial crimes unit. Miami-based American Express Bank International paid fines in both 1994 and 2007 after admitting it had failed to spot and report drug dealers laundering money through its accounts. Drug traffickers used accounts at Bank of America in Oklahoma City to buy three planes that carried 10 tons of cocaine, according to Mexican court filings. Mexican cartels were caught depositing illicit funds in Bank of America accounts in Atlanta, Chicago and Brownsville, Texas, from 2002 to 2009. Mexican drug dealers used shell companies to open accounts at London-based HSBC Holdings Plc, Europe’s biggest bank by assets, an investigation by the Mexican Finance Ministry found.
Here is the best part of all if Wells-Fargo owner of Wachovia, keeps its pledge, the U.S. government will, according to the agreement, drop all charges against the bank in March 2011. If this is the case that is they keep their pledge, then every prisoner that is in jail for drug possession, use or selling drugs should be released. Every person that has had their homes taken away or lost cars and other properties should have these things that were seized returened to them.
If the 'elite' is going to make provosions for the bankers in breaking the laws that was a major contributor in the acts of these people who are in prison or lost their homes then they should be compenssated. Should we not also compensate the drug user who has become addicted to these products? How about the people that have applied for jobs in the banking industry that could not gain employment there because they had a criminal background, which could of been to a drug problem or failure to get a job, because when the bailouts went out to the banks they failed to reach the people who really needed it? Everyone who has had their home by foreclosure by these banks.
What is really needed is tell people that their birth certificate is on the stock exchange on Wall st. and how they can go about to obtain the credit that is on there to live without government in their lives.
Also we need to pull all of our money out of the banks, bury it but we have to stop supporting and allowing those who are out of harm us to continue when we have the power in our hands to stop it.
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Monday, July 19, 2010

Freepointe's African Americans under attack with death threats and fires.

The home on the 15100 block of Sprenger was marked with signs warning of a fire marshal investigation and offering a $5,000 reward for information about the fire. The picture of this house was uploaded by Pan -African News Wire File Photos
On July 6th, 2010 residents that had moved into Eastpointe Suburbs outside of Detroit all of these residents were African American. Out of the 20 residents that had moved in 16 received death threat letters demanding them to move out or face death. On July 8th, one of the the recipients of the racial motivated death threats had 2 rooms in their house set on fire and their sister was passing by. The FBI, fire department and the police force does not believe that this was ARSON. However the renter of the house was questioned for two hours, he was released and not charged with a crime.
I have not heard of things like this since I was a child in the 60's and 70's. I would like to know if these people who had an all white neighborhood feel or think that we as black people that we are contagious, that our blackness may rub off on them? Do you blame us for the failed auto industry that caused an economic problem in Detroit as if we were not effected by it? Or do you blame us for all of the foreclosures that are happening there?
I would like to know why the authorities are not acting on the letters received and also on this home being on fire? Where is this lack of concern coming from? If this was reverse with whites moving into the "Hood" and they receive such letters, what would the outcome be?
Is the country striving to start a racial riot, with the killing of Oscar Grant and here in Eastpointe and so many other places that are not making national news? How can any race in this country not think that anyone is not suffering under this present economic system except if you are the elite. Has not anyone taken notice that we the people are all in the need of a bail out, but the POLITICIANS are only out for their own self-interests and not the interest of the people.
Have we come to the point where peaceful people are being forced to become violent and then to become a part of the over-crowded prison system are do we need more people in the grave? If the people of Freepointe that is sending out these letter of death threats would stop and thing, they could learn something from the people that have moved there, African Americans know a lot about survival, we have been doing it for centuries, instead of hating us for no cause we could learn from each other. Have you the ones that are sending these death threats stopped to talk with your neighbors to see and hear the struggles that they are living also. Are you afraid that our black males that you have taught your daughters to stay away from, will end up being with one? I have news for you, what you try to keep your kids from that is filled with hate is what they run to if not in their own neighborhood, then they will come to where the black people are.
Sam Cooke wrote a song A change is gonna come. That change did come and we see that it was not completed and the change is gonna come again and I hope that it will be a peaceful change and not waiting for the results of a thunderstorm that causes major damages in this country. Have not we learned anything from history. African Americans are here to say and if we can afford to move into your neighborhoods we will, just like you move into ours.
So right now who is being the gangsters, us or you, who is the trouble makers us or you? Who is going to stop this foolishness from continuing us or you? Who would like to be the recipient of these death threats?
IN THE WORDS OF BOB MARLEY I LEAVE YOU WITH DON'T WORRY BE HAPPY

Friday, July 16, 2010

Jesse Jackson and the NAACP are accussed of playing the race card.
Have we as the Black race over used the race card? Can it now be stated that since the
United States has a Black President, that Black America has been paid for the injustices that have done against them for hundreds of years? Is it now time for the black race to issue a pass to the white Americans that enslaved and robbed us of land, families, knowledge of self and pride as to who we were and where we came from. Has the time come for Black America to now look at the White Race as a whole and say that I trust you with my life and my future along with the rearing of my cchildren and to say thank you for beating my ancestors into submission to accept a new way of life that you have now subjected our people to?

Have the Black Leaders gone to far in their assertion that black Americans are still being treated as an underclass people, or are they making something that is really out of nothing ,or does the media who like to have their ratings raised by news for the entertainment of the masses, a black man, being beaten by the police, or one that is laying in his own blood because he has been shot by a police officer who said that he thought that he had a gun to only discover that it was not and was a small thing as a cellphone or a wallet? Or if you are walking down the street and a crime happens and the description is that it was a black man, that any black will do that you catch on the street? And for the exception of the recent cases in New Orleans, these police officers are let off , because after all it was done in the line of duty and they felt that their lives were in danger.
Should the black race, erase from their minds the treatment of black men that were treated with syphilis and was not given the cure, so that they can be experiments to see what this disease would do to them in the future?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpIEn9AMhts And to see commericals all the time on the television of volunteering for experimental treatments for drugs? Then to think that we should be foolish enough to get up and run to do these experiments on our bodies as if Tuskegee never happened and could not happen again.
Having an acknowledge black president today does not cover the wrongs that were done to us as a people. We should not be told to forget it, it is the passed, that is the same thing that was done to the people of Africa when they were stolen from their land that they were forced to forget their homeland traditions and culture, to toil at this land that they could never hold the freedom that they worked so hard for.
No, where do we tell the Jewish people to for what Hitler and his regime did to them as a race, nor should we. In not telling the Jewish people not to forget nor neglect their history, we as Black Americans, should never be told to forget what has happened to us as a people and to not pass that knowledge on to our children.
So no, at this time I do not walk around hating white people as a whole, I don't agree with everything that a white person says or for that matter anyone says. But to think that all debts are clear and all memory is erased over what has been done and still being done, by white America to black Americans because of having President Obama in office, does not pay the debt for the hardships that have been taken away from us.
I still have to commend the NAACP and Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson when they do speak out even when it is for their own personal gain. No, we do not use the race card, the race card has been used against us and it is still being used against us on every standard on living in our lives.

Jesse Jackson and the NAACP are accussed of playing the race card



Have we as the Black race over used the race card?  Can it now be stated that since the United States has a Black President, that Black America has been paid for the injustices that have done against them for hundreds of years?  Is it now time for the black race to issue a pass to the white Americans that enslaved and robbed us of land, families, knowledge of self and pride as to who we were and where we came from.  Has the time come for Black America to now look at the White Race as a whole and say that I trust you with my life and my future along with the rearing of my cchildren and to say thank you for beating my ancestors into submission to accept a new way of life that you have now subjected our people to? 

Have the Black Leaders gone to far in their assertion that black Americans are still being treated as an underclass people, or are they making something that is really out of nothing ,or does the media who like to have their ratings raised by news for the entertainment of the masses, a black man, being beaten by the police, or one that is laying in his own blood because he has been shot by a police officer who said that he thought that he had a gun to only discover that it was not and was a small thing as a cellphone or a wallet?  Or if you are walking down the street and a crime happens and the description is that it was a black man, that any black will do that you catch on the street?  And for the exception of the recent cases in New Orleans, these police officers are let off , because after all it was done in the line of duty and they felt that their lives were in danger.

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Should the black race, erase from their minds the treatment of black men that were treated with syphilis and was not given the cure, so that they can be experiments to see what this disease would do to them in the future? And to see commericals all the time on the television of volunteering for experimental treatments for drugs? Then to think that we should be foolish enough to get up and run to do these experiments on our bodies as if Tuskegee never happened and could not happen again. 

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 Do we are a people erase from our minds the unjust laws and the Jim Crow era?


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Having an acknowledge black president today does not cover the wrongs that were done to us as a people.  We should not be told to forget it, it is the passed, that is the same thing that was done to the people of Africa when they were stolen from their land that they were forced to forget their homeland traditions and culture, to toil at this land that they could never hold the freedom that they worked so hard for.

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No, where do we tell the Jewish people to for what Hitler and his regime did to them as a race, nor should we.  In not telling the Jewish people not to forget nor neglect their history, we as Black Americans, should never be told to forget what has happened to us as a people and to not pass that knowledge on to our children.  

So no, at this time I do not walk around hating white people as a whole, I don't agree with everything that a white person says or for that matter anyone says.  But to think that all debts are clear and all memory is erased over what has been done and still being done, by white America to black Americans because of having President Obama in office, does not pay the debt for the hardships  that have been taken away from us.

I still have to commend the NAACP and Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson when they do speak out even when it is for their own personal gain.  No, we do not use the race card, the race card has been used against us and it is still being used against us on every standard on living in our lives.















http://www.lewrockwell.com/spl2/naacp-plays-race-card-against-tea-parties.html


Wednesday, July 14, 2010

New Orleans Police officers could face death penalty in the deaths in the aftermath of Katrina

According to the New York Times 4 current and former Police officers in New Orleans were charged in the shooting deaths of 17 year old James Brissette and 40 year old Ronald Madison who suffered from mental disabilities in the back.
These four officers and former — former Officer Robert Faulcon, Sgt. Kenneth Bowen, Sgt. Robert Gisevius and Officer Anthony Villavaso — were charged with federal civil rights violations in the killing of 17-year-old James Brissette and the wounding of four others, all members of the same family, when the officers came across a group on the bridge in eastern New Orleans and opened fire. For crossing a bridge, the penalty was death and attempted murder by who was called to protect and to serve. Is this a form of genocide or just officers doing their job? If it is doing their job, then who put the orders out for this to occur when it is one of eight cases involving New Orleans Police officers?
The Bartholmew family was walking across the bridge to go the the supermarket to get food and supplies, when they came across the police officers. 4 members of the Bartholomew family was shot. 38 year old, Susan Bartholomew, was shot and lost part of her arm, her husband Leonard Bartholowmew III, was shot in the head and Mr. Brissette was also killed by being shot 7 times.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Nebraska and Arizonia brings back Jim Crow Laws

If the Arizona Immigration law is passed on July 29, 2010, it will show today's youth a living history of the past Jim Crow era using racial profiling as it's tool. Take a look at the law that was passed in Fremont, Nebraska that was voted as an aimed to driving illegal immigrants out of town. The law, which bans hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants, passed a referendum of the town's 25,000 people 57% to 43%. Read more: http://www.newser.com/story/93370/nebraska-town-passes-tough-immigration-law.html#ixzz0tXM3ka3t In this country there has always been racial profiling, however Arizona and Nebraska's has made it an blunt in your face altitude, to dredge up the civil Rights era in a whole new way and against a different set of people. For those that are rejoicing over these new laws that are being put into place against the Mexicans, I suggest that you take a look at history at this country's beginning and see where it has placed this country today.
A group of people that lived in this on this land, that worked this land and raised their families discovered one day that they were on newly discovered land. This land was discovered when Columbus sailed into this new found land, he was authorized to take possession of any land that was not ran by Christian rulers, that were of the Catholic church, by order of the King and Queen of Spain. With this new found land there was a pesky problem that the Native Indians found themselves in, a difficult place, since they were not of the Catholic faith they were considered enemies of the Catholic church. Under Pope Nicholas as commended by King Alfonso that were ordered to be capture and that their belongs and land along were to be placed into slavery. This land that we know today as the Corporation of the United States of America had taken what they considered uncivilized people that were not Christians into a standard of religious doctrine of the Catholic church to a so called civilized people from the restructure to the non-restructure. In so doing so the Native Indians discovered that they would be one of the first on this land seizure, to have genocide used on them by blankets laced with small pox. The Native Indians did not subject Columbus and his crew to racial profiling, but such was done to them. Perhaps if they did they would not of had their land stolen from them. As if that is not bad enough then off to Africa for repeated subjection by the African people who were also non-catholics to be taken and brought here to build a nation off of forced labor with no pay! If this law prevails against illegal immigrants that are only coming home to what was once their own land, and to people who are legally born here on this stolen land, is this not now a law that is going to put all people of a different hues targets of this law, that could be mistaken as Mexican. Nebraska's law will target areas where illegal immigrants go to find work. How many people that have been released from prison are also going to these areas to find work to support their families? At this time there are 7 lawsuits against Arizona to block this law. Yes, we should know who is here in this land, one dares not to strive to make a living here without paying their due tax to the Corporation of the land. Perhaps that is the biggest problem with illegal immigrants being here, they are not paying into the corporation and are sending their money home to their families for them to survive until they can bring them here legally. If Arizona and Nebraska have these laws passed, which state will be next? If it spreads from state to state, then what group of people will they target next to be done away with? After each group of people of color are targeted, then will it turn to their own color, will the Europeans from Europe be the only ones left since they discovered this new found land under seizure for not being a Catholic land? Are Illegal Immigrants today doing what they have learned from the ORIGINAL GANGSTERS, THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, take what you want, jobs, lands and homes and make it their own. They can always say that this is DISCOVERED LAND. In the words of Arsenio Hall "Things that make you go Hmm"
http://ili.nativeweb.org/sdrm_art.html http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2010/07/06/20100706arizona-immigration-law-federal-lawsuit.html

Friday, June 25, 2010

Couple attempts to sell their 6 month old baby at Walmarts on Thursday, June 24, 2010

You can find a lot of deals at Walmarts, but who would of thought that outside of Walmart's in the parking lot, outside of garden supplies that you would find a baby for sale in California's Walmart's?
This combination photo provided by the Salinas Police Department,  shows Patrick <span class= Fousek, right, and Samantha Tomasini. Fousek and and 20-year-old Samantha Tomasini face child endangerment charges after police say they tried to sell their 6-month-old baby for $25 outside a Walmart store. (AP Photo/Salinas Police department via the Salinas Californian)"
38 year old Patrick Fousek and 20 year old Samantha Tomasini, approached women out side of Walmart's in the parking lot and asked if they would like to buy the baby for $25.00 the women though that perhaps that Fousek was joking, but the man continued to ask the women if they would buy the baby.
I am glad and relieved to know that they approached these women or the end results could be different. These women contacted the police . Police arrested Fousek and Tomasini at their home, the police stated that the couple was high on methamphetamine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY2b9TVxWBQ
Police reported also claimed that Tomasini told Child Protective Services, who took the baby, that she had breast-fed the infant while under the influence, Villegas said. The baby has been take from the mother and placed in the care of the State of California. The couple is being held on child endangerment charges.
Drug abuse has been around for a long time, and there are movies and stories that the media feeds to let you know that mother's use their children in exchange for their poison (drug) of choice. What is going on in this world when children, babies are being sold, stolen and used for slavery and body parts? How much is a life of a child today? One would think that it is more than $25.00. What kind of world have we come to when banks and animal rights are more then the lives of children? We hear arguments and see protesters when it comes to aborting babies, but where is the outcry when these babies and children are being sold? Where is the love for them then? Where is the outcry when these babies and children are sent off to foster care and they do not always get into a good foster care home and the abuse is worse then when they are with their parents. Why is their an outcry over an animal being abuse, but not children?
What is being done, to get a mother or anyone else that is in a child's life, to get help to get off of drugs? What is being done now to find out why they are on it to begin with? There are so many laws that are on the books, carried out in the world, what happened to the law of love thy neighbor? Where is the law, that when a parent cannot take proper care of a child, the family steps in without the laws of the land to care for that child without government being involved? As people who live on this planet, what is happening with us, are we to busy being entertained that we cannot now discern cries for help right in front of our faces, do we view them as a movie? Then we have to always ask, where are the drugs coming from, are the ones that are called to serve, serving the drugs to the communities? The trivial question is why did this couple think that going to Walmart's with their low prices and always finding away to be a part of the entertainment on the news was a good place to sell a 6 month old baby? Not that Walmart's is at fault in this case. As with all things did the media hype.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/24/AR2010062405975.html http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100625/ap_on_re_us/us_baby_for_sale

Saturday, June 19, 2010

After 4th homicide in 8 days, Chester County Mayor Wendell Butler declares State of Emergency

After Yadullah Muhammad of Upland, a 22-year-old man who was shot and killed late Wednesday. Sunday morning, 2-year-old Terrence Webster was shot in the head as his family was returning home after visiting relatives and on Friday, Raymar Holmes, 26, was found lying in the 1300 block of Crosby Street with gunshot wounds, the Mayor Wendell Butler of Chester County, PA has declared a state of emergency.
CBS
The State of Emergency goes into effect Saturday evening and will remain in effect for the next five days with the possibility of 30 more days. As part of the State of Emergency, Chester City officials will dispatch what they're calling "saturated patrol units" and enforce a curfew in five of the worst sections of the city.
How does a state of emergency effect law abiding citizens and what liberties does it take away from them. A state of emergency is a governmental declaration that may suspend certain normal functions of government, alert citizens to alter their normal behaviors, or order government agencies to implement emergency preparedness plans. It can also be used as a rationale for suspending civil liberties. ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_of_emergency
When a city is in crisis such as Chester is in right now, does it need a state of emergency, how about Chicago, why with all of the homicides and shootings has there not been declared a state of emergency there by Mayor Daley and other areas that are having this problem?
Of course when you look at the lost of human lives that have been taken and a two year old baby boy, we all want measures to be taken to stop the black on black crime in the neighborhoods.
http://cbs3.com/topstories/Chester.Mayor.Declares.2.1761494.html

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Did the laws of the land and food cause 13 and 14 year old children to become parents?

In National City, San Diego, California a 14 year old boy stabbed the 13year old mother of his 1 1/2 year old daughter in the neck. The young couple was arguing over some jealousy issues. The mother is said to be recovering well and the baby is now staying with relatives. The father is being hunted for his violent act against his baby's mother. As reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune.
I know everyone must be horrified not of the act that the mother was stabbed in her neck, but that she is a parent at the age of 13 of an one and a half year old daughter. Maybe that was the shocker that The Union-Tribune was trying to stress to sell it's newspaper.
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/jun/16/boyfriend-14-stabs-13-year-old-mother-of-his-child/
I think that everyone should look at the reason why this 13 year old a mother is a mother. What is happening to the youth of today that they are developing as quickly as they are? I am assuming that the 13 year old became a mother at 11 or 12 at the latest depending on when she will turn 14. Is this going to become more of a norm due to the foods that we eat, that we will hear of more stories like this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1xNerb4yE8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbkLM6tr-nI
Or does the shows that are on television play a vital role to this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-oPzjUW8Nc
Then we also have to look at the effects of the laws that govern our children and take the parents God-given rights to parent their child turned over to the government like property.
http://www.mainemediaresources.com/mpl_birthcert.htm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vV56PcOtQRg
With all the things that are being used against our children and us such as food and the laws of the land, can we expect to see more children becoming parents in their pre-teens? http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h111-2749
H.R. 2749: Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009 http://foodfreedom.wordpress.com/2009/06/13/seeds-how-to-criminalize-them/
For further information, watch these videos:
Food Laws – Forcing people to globalize http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ia-P4rL2IWc
State Imposed Violence … to snatch resources of ordinary people http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onw_PkVvpts&feature=related
Oak snake image at Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park, Florida http://snipurl.com/vrg6p
http://www.strawmanburneth.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttkvaJ_GRGk

Monday, May 24, 2010

Could Aiyana Jones' and 17 year old Jerean Blake's deaths been avoided?

jerean-blake.jpgFacebookJerean Blake
As I look at the eulogy that was made by Rev. Al Sharpton for 7 year old Aiyana Jones, I can't help but to think of a young life that has been taken. I also think of the 17 year old Jerean Blake that was taken that lead to Aiyana's death, two young people whose lives were taken to soon. Two mother's who are in mourning, 2 graves that should not be, not at the young age and for violent crimes that are committed against us and by us.

Two mother's who are in mourning, 2 graves that should not be, not at the young age and for violent crimes that are committed against us and by us.
Was it necessary for this death to have to be?
In filming a reality show, Aiyana's life was taken, yes, it is so much easier to place the blame on the show and the police officer's, it is also time to look at what is going on in the family, parents and the communities, cities, states the whole USA. What is happening to our black youth? Why are so many dying so young? And when do we as parents, grandparents and other family members play in that role?
Sadly so many terrible things led to the death of both of these young people, police officer's being shot at and killed a week prior this horrific lost of lives. A city that has a high unemployment rate and foreclosures. When we look at ourselves again, we have to look at who do we have in our homes, who do we associate with, and what are we doing with our own lives that is impacting our children? Is there lessons that we all can learn from these two young people's lost of life and with the lessons that we can learn, are we willing to make the changes so that we do not continue to see lost of lives of young people all of the USA? Are we willing to keep people out of our homes that are involved in unlawful activity that will have police busting into our homes? Are we willing to check out what are children are doing and who they are associating with? Are we willing to be parents and not friends to our children?
After we see the news, read the papers hear talk of the lost young lives, we feel sad, we shake our heads and go on. Keep in mind that these children are some one's children, that it could of been our children and we have to do better for our children, because no one else is going to come along and save our kids for us, we have to do it each and everyone one of us has to take responsibility for what we allow in our homes, in our children's lives. Are you willing to stand up for your children or do you want to continue to mourn for the lost of lives of the young people with memorial stands of stuffed animals and flowers? It starts with each one of us to make the changes that we want to see happen.
http://www.detnews.com/article/20100524/METRO/5240401/1361/Hundreds-of-mourners-say-goodbye-to-17-year-old-shooting-victim http://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/index.ssf/2010/05/mourners_take_to_facebook_to_r.html http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/dpp/news/local/chauncey-owens-arraigned-accused-of-killing-jerean-blake-20100520-ms

Sunday, May 16, 2010

7 year old, Aiyana Jones, was shot and killed by police officers in Detroit, Michigan

As 7 year old, Aiyana Jones was in her home, Detroit, Michigan police officers came into her home, throwing grenades and firing shots at 12:40 a.m. this morning to execute a warrant for someone who was involved in a homicide.
The Detroit, Michigan police officers came into this 7 year old home and used a flash bang, which is used to disorient the people in the home and for them to gain control of the situation. Police state that a 46 year old woman, had contact with a police officer and the officer's gun went off and this precious 7 year old, Aiyana Jones, was at that time struck by the gun fire in her head and neck area. Her grieving father states that his 7 year old baby girl, Aiyana Jones was asleep when police burst in and was throwing flash grenade's and burnt his baby to death and then shot and killed her.
M84 stun grenade,
according to Wikipedia if this was the flash grenade that was used. "
It is intended to be thrown into enclosed spaces to distract and temporarily incapacitate enemy personnel for easier capture, or when risk of collateral damage during urban warfare or hostage rescue operations contravenes the employment of traditionally lethal and destructive fragmenting high explosive ordnance. US Army doctrine calls for the M84 to be deployed "during building and room clearing operations, when the presence of noncombatants is likely or expected and the assault element is attempting to achieve surprise." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M84_stun_grenade
The police officers went to the hospital with 7 year old Aiyana Jones where she was pronounced dead. What was the need for the police officers to go to the hospital, did the officer need to make sure that he completed his evil deed and to ensure that the child was dead? Is this not a part of the genocide that has been placed on Black USA corporation people?
http://www.paulsjusticepage.com/reality-of-justice/blackgenocide.htm
http://www.enotes.com/genocide-encyclopedia/african-americans http://www.thenation.com/article/right-life-living-0 http://www.livinglegacy,ning.com/ http://www.mainemediaresources.com/mpl_birthcert.htm http://hiddenmurder.blogspot.com/
I try to respect all police officers and the laws of the land. It is not enough for the officers to say that it is under investigation, what is there to investigate? You know who pulled the trigger and this innocent child did not have a gun, nor was it stated that anyone in the home had a weapon. Before a warrant is served at a home, should you not already know the people that are living there? Why is there not provisions put in place in case there is children there?
We have to versions of what has happened in the murder of Aiyana Jones the police who use a device that is used in the military and the grieving father who lost his daughter this morning whose version to you hold to be true?
My heart goes out to this family and for the officer if there really is to be justice may there be a jail cell with his name on it for him.
http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/23570515/detail.html#video 7-year-old girl killed in Detroit police raid - CNN.com

Monday, March 29, 2010

Rep. Harry Osterman is trying to pass HB6123 to outlaw Blacks and Hispancis from owning firearms

In the state of Illinois, a bill is moving in the Illinois General Assembly Sponsored by Rep. Harry Osterman (D-14).
Representative Harry Osterman (D) 14th District
Photograph of  Representative  Harry <span class=Osterman (D)" height="216" width="144">
Springfield Office:
273-S Stratton Office Building
Springfield, IL 62706
(217) 782-8088
(217) 782-6592 FAX
District Office:
5535 North Broadway
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 784-2002
(773) 784-2060 FAX
Cook County
Years served: 2000 - Present
This bill is HB6123, which is a bill that Black and Hispanics should pay close attention to not just in Illinois but through out the United States.
HB6123, has the following clauses that needs to be paid close attention to.
  • prohibit any person or entity from selling a firearm to a so-called “street gang member.
  • This prohibition applies even if the individual has passed a Brady Law FBI background check. Making a prohibited sale would result in Class 1 felony charges and possible jail time for the seller.
  • HB6123 promotes racial profiling at its worst,” commented ISRA Executive Director, Richard Pearson.
Popular culture has branded urban minorities with the ‘gangsta’ stereotype that is pervasive well beyond the confines of actual criminal enterprises. Today’s fashion, music, slang and lifestyle are all heavily influenced by the urban experience.
  • HB6123 establish no test for determining ’street gang’ membership, and given the harsh penalties for violating the proposed law,
ISRA Executive Director, Richard Pearson, If HB6123 is passed into law, the calendar on race-relations will be turned back 70 years and there will not be a gun shop in the state that will sell a firearm to an African American or Hispanic person.
Even though the bill states gang member here is the definition of that title. "any combination, confederation, alliance, network, conspiracy, understanding, or other similar conjoining, in law or in fact, of 3 or more persons with an established hierarchy that, through its membership or through the agency of any member engages in a course or pattern of criminal activity."
There has been several nightclubs in Chicago that have created a controversy when they denied young men who had cornrows and wore baggy pants into the night club. The owners of these clubs stated that baggy pants and certain hairstyles are signs that a person is a gang member. We now have a person's sense of style, automatically clarifying them in the state of Illinois and who knows maybe other states as well, a gang member.
How do you feel about not being able to buy guns if you could pass the background check and you are buying a gun in a lawful way and to be told that you are denied this right on the basis of your skin color or your manner of dress or hairstyle? Do you see this bill has a way to deem the Black and Hispanics in a state of despair at the mercy of what other ethnic group that decides to come into their neighborhood with firearms. Is this going to lead to a search of all Black and Hispanics that now have legal firearms having to turn them over to the government? And is this going to also have authorities going through black and Hispanics homes in search of firearms? How long will it be before it goes to all of the states in these United States?
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." --- Ronald Reagan "There are more instances of the abridgment of the freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations." --- James Madison

The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects a right to keep and bear arms.[1] The Second Amendment was adopted on December 15, 1791, along with the rest of the Bill of Rights. The American Bar Association has noted that there is more disagreement and less understanding about this right than of any other current issue regarding the Constitution.[2]

Saul Cornell has claimed that for almost a century after the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the intended meaning and application of the Second Amendment drew less interest than in modern times.[3]

Notable U.S. Supreme Court interpretations of the Second Amendment include those in United States v. Cruikshank (1875), Presser v. Illinois (1886), Miller v. Texas (1894), Robertson v. Baldwin (1897), United States v. Miller (1939) and District of Columbia v. Heller (2008).

"It does not take a majority to prevail... but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men." --- Samuel Adams According to the IllnoisCarry.com, it stated that Mayor Daley, will not only use this bill to run gun dealers out of business but also to run bogus sting operations and to charge gun dealers with felonies and have them fight it out in court. If this bill is passed in Illinois, where does this leave the rest of the country http://affrodite.net/2010/03/15/illinois-gun-bill-hb6123-promotes-racial-profiling/ http://illinoiscarry.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=20770http:/ http://biggovernment.com/jadkins/2010/03/02/chicago-gun-case-enforce-the-constitution-all-of-it/