Saturday, July 31, 2010

CLERK USES FAITH TO STOP AN ARMED ROBBER

From Youtube.com

A clerk at a cellphone store in South Florida used her faith to convince an armed-robber to walk out of the shop empty handed. The suspect left after thanking God for the woman's intervention. (July 30)

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Saturday, July 24, 2010

NAACP VS SHIRLEY SHERROD: A BLANK STARE REPORT




First we have the California branch of the NAACP supporting the passing of Prop 19 which would allow adults 21 years or older to possess and cultivate marijuana for personal use.

Alice Huffman, President of the California State Conference of the NAACP stated, "“We have empirical proof that the application of the marijuana laws has been unfairly applied to young people of color. … We are joining a growing number of medical professionals, labor organizations, law enforcement authorities, local municipalities, and approximately 56% of the public, in saying that it is time to (depenalize) the [adult] use of marijuana.” (Source)

Now we have Benjamin Jealous, the President of NAACP, participating in the career lynching of an American Black woman just to prove to the Tea Party (an uninformed group of angry poor Caucasians) that the NAACP does not tolerate racism from an American Black woman.

Not just any American Black woman, but a woman who has dedicated her life to fighting for the rights of poor people regardless of the complexion of their skin. A woman who opted to do God’s will instead of allowing the pain of her father’s murder by a Klansman cloud or impair her judgment while performing her job responsibilities.

Is this how you honor a Civil Rights Icon? Blank stare.

I can relate to the pain that Shirley Sherrod is experiencing with being wrongfully terminated from a job without due process from the management team.

The time is now to address the institutionalized racism that has frustrated many American Black professionals from achieving significant wealth and career advancement.







Monday, July 12, 2010

PROFESSOR GRIFF REVEALS THE ILLUMINATI

For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad. If any man have ears to hear, let him hear.And he said unto them, Take heed what ye hear: with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you: and unto you that hear shall more be given. - Yeshua (Jesus) (Mark 4: 22-24)


I had to share this video of Professor Griff. Those that have ears please listen to what the Holy Spirit is trying to reveal to those who are conscious.

Thanks to Clutchmagonline.com for bringing this information to our attention.

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Thursday, July 01, 2010

OSCAR GRANT'S MOTHER SPEAKS ABOUT HIS MURDER - UPDATE

UPDATED 07/08/2010: Johannes Mehserle was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the killing of Oscar Grant.




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MAYOR JEFFREY JONES SWORN IN



From NorthJersey.com
PATERSON — In his inaugural address in front of City Hall, Mayor Jeffery Jones promised an effective and open government to address the city’s most pressing problems.

“The community is bigger than the body that governs it, so with the promise that we will be accountable to you, let us take pride in our city, that we will keep our streets clean and our neighbors safe,” he said, looking out at the cheering crowd.

Jones, 52, on Thursday became the city’s 45th mayor. He spoke to the hundreds of people who poured onto Market Street to watch the inaugural festivities beneath the midday summer sun.

Jones promised the crowd that City Hall would be a place where rules are applied fairly to everyone....

Beneath a white tent, Jones, with the three at-large councilmen elected or reelected in the May municipal election — Kenneth M. Morris Jr., Rigo Rodriguez and Benjie E. Wimberly – took the oath of office.(Source)

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