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Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Right to Life for African Americans

President Obama - We don't live in isolation. We live in a society, a government of and by and for the people. We are responsible for each other. You know, the right to worship freely and faithfully, that right was denied to Sikhs in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. The right to assemble peaceably, that right was denied shoppers in Clackamas, Oregon and moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado. That most fundamental set of rights - to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness - fundamental rights that were denied to college students at Virginia Tech and high school students at Columbine and elementary school students in Newtown, and kids on street corners in Chicago on too frequent a basis to tolerate, and all the families who've never imagined that they'd lose a loved one to a bullet, those rights are at stake. We're responsible. http://abcn.ws/ZZ1UOr

AND FOR INNOCENT, BLACK, UNARMED PEOPLE KILLED UNDER THE COLOR OF LAW, IT IS TIME TO BE RESPONSIBLE, ACCOUNTABLE, AND JUST - ONE HUNDRED TWENTY EXTRAJUDICIAL DEATHS BETWEEN JANUARY AND JUNE 2012. SEE THE WRONGFUL DEATH OF LARRY NEAL WEBSITE http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com

Excerpt from Gadfly Online: Yet in the midst of widespread finger pointing (not even violent movies, crime dramas and violent video games have been spared) and calls for reform of the mental health care system and gun control, not a word has been said about the greatest perpetrator of violence in American society and around the world—the U.S. government.

Violence has become our government’s calling card, starting at the top and trickling down, from President Obama’s “kill list,” which relies on drones to target insurgents, to the more than 80,000 SWAT team raids carried out every year on unsuspecting Americans by heavily armed, black-garbed commandos and the increasingly rapid militarization of local police forces across the country. We even export violence worldwide, with one of this country’s most profitable exports being weapons.

Thus, any serious discussion about minimizing the violence in our society needs to start with the government and its tendency to use violence as a means to an end, whether in matters of foreign policy or domestically . . . Continue to read at http://www.gadflyonline.com/home/index.php/government-violence-the-missing-link-in-the-gun-control-debate/


Repeat:
President Obama - We don't live in isolation. We live in a society, a government of and by and for the people. We are responsible for each other. You know, the right to worship freely and faithfully, that right was denied to Sikhs in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. The right to assemble peaceably, that right was denied shoppers in Clackamas, Oregon and moviegoers in Aurora, Colorado. That most fundamental set of rights - to life and liberty and the pursuit of happiness - fundamental rights that were denied to college students at Virginia Tech and high school students at Columbine and elementary school students in Newtown, and kids on street corners in Chicago on too frequent a basis to tolerate, and all the families who've never imagined that they'd lose a loved one to a bullet, those rights are at stake. We're responsible. http://abcn.ws/ZZ1UOr

AND FOR INNOCENT, BLACK, UNARMED PEOPLE KILLED UNDER THE COLOR OF LAW, IT IS TIME TO BE RESPONSIBLE, ACCOUNTABLE, AND JUST - ONE HUNDRED TWENTY EXTRAJUDICIAL DEATHS BETWEEN JANUARY AND JUNE 2012. SEE THE WRONGFUL DEATH OF LARRY NEAL WEBSITE http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com

1 comment:

Mary Neal said...

I had hoped that my family's justice quest regarding Larry Neal's government lynching and my terrorism following The Cochran Firm fraud would end on a quietly victorious note. I was raised as a Christian to live without prejudice. But after viewing a movie called "Maafa21," which is available in my FreeSpeakBlog, I recognize that powerful Caucasian elitists probably would not allow The Cochran Firm to pay damages and apologize for covering up my disabled brother's murder while under secret arrest in Memphis Shelby County Jail even if the firm wanted to do so. None of them in that "eugenics/ genocide club" think it is necessary to treat Africans in America like real people. They believe us to be "imbeciles" and "useless eaters" and "the Negro problem" since slavery was declared illegal except for convicts, which is why America has the highest prison population in the history of the world. Upholding human and civil rights is not a popular idea in Washington at this time, either. They exercise influence over blacks and "liberals" in media, religion, government, and civil/human rights organizations. Access the article and full-length movie about the eugenics/ genocide program are available at "BLACK GENOCIDE Maafa21" at the link:
http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2013/02/black-genocide-maafa21.html

Randy McMurry, a former Cochran Firm partner, calls The Cochran Firm's fraud against its black and brown clients and attorneys "racketeering." McMurray's documentary proof (if you need more) that The Cochran Firm engages in deliberately false or misleading advertising and does shoddy legal work that rises to the level of RICO racketeering will be published in a subsequent article in FreeSpeakBlog. After that, please look for "Cochran Firm Fraud" wherever you buy books.

Testimony by former Cochran Firm attorneys, including Shawn Chapman Holley, Randy McMurray, and Vickie Gilliam, regarding The Cochran Firm fraud is at this article:

Randy McMurray: "The Cochran Firm Racketeers!"
http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-cochran-firm-fraud-by-randy.html