Black People : About Protest & Occupation

Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by eword, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. eword

    eword Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Most protesters are peaceful people, who simply want to air their grievances and seek remedies. They have no wish or desire to use violence or engage in any anti-social acts, in order to achieve their demands. And almost as a rule, they avoid doing or saying anything, that will discredit them or lose them precious support.
    Protesters know, that they can not win through violence and that violence on their part, will only give the authorities the perfect excuse to use violence against them. And protesters understand, that the authorities have more violent means than they do and in a showdown, they will lose and lose badly. Also serious protesters, will never engage in any acts that will tarnish their image and lose them support or sympathy.
    So, how do authorities, break-up peaceful protesters or demonstrators and how do they justify it. The answer is, they use the very same method, that has worked so many times in the past. The authorities infiltrate the protest or demonstration and plant or insert their people, who then engage in contrived violence and other negative acts. These acts are then blamed on the whole gathering.The infiltrators attack the police, urinate in public, use drugs and so on. All this is done in an attempt to tarnish and discredit the protests or demonstrations. The authorities make sure, that these acts get maximum publicity. With that the stage is set.
    Once the authorities, have convinced many, that the protesters or demonstrators are a threat and a nuisance, the police move in on them, with force.
    So, next time you hear news of protesters or demonstrators engaging in violence or other negative behavior, ask yourself does it hurt or help their cause? Why would real protesters or demonstrators do something that works against them? And who benefits, when a protest or demonstration, gets out of control, the authorities or demonstrators. By finding out who benefits, you can also know who's behind it. Serious protesters will never do something, that hurts their cause!
     
  2. skuderjaymes

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    good.. so now you understand Israel and Palestine.. creep over.. launch a rocket at your own territory.. act surprised.. let the dogs out.. and go gain some more territory.. build some more houses.. its all the same.. tried and true.
     
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    Has anyone learned anything from the Arab protests in colonized Kemet?

    One can protest a capitalist republic,

    but to protest a fascist oligarchy rather then boycott,
    only makes overtime for the same state, city and privately funded goon squads one seeks to protest!

    When the December 12th movement protested and occupied Wall street in2006, no one said squat
    http://findarticles.com/p/news-arti...1228/shut-wall-street-sean-bell/ai_n50632885/

    but now white trendies are doing it, all of a sudden it's the "in thing"

    Black Solidarity Day doesn't cost anything other then a days pay, or a sick day or vacation day,
    and by refusing to purchase with anyone other then us, it both saves money and enriches the community as well.

    Now if only 76% of us engaged in that, enmasse, and in a sluggish economy;
    do we fully understand the power of that?

    No agent -provocateurs or jacanapes can mess that over!
     
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    eword Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Well said, both Skuderjaymes and Ankhur. I can't agree more. People need to become more curious as to who really benefits, time and time again from so called 'attacks', 'violence' and 'threats'. In many instances, knowing who profits from an event can also lead you to whose behind the event.
    And the best protest is a financial protest. When large numbers of people protest with their wallets, they will always be heard faster and louder. No government or corporation can ignore, for very long, large numbers of people, that protest with their wallets or purses. Systems are about money,which gives them control. So, anyone with the capacity to disrupt or deprive the system of it's blood supply, will have to be listened to.
     
  5. Ankhur

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    Dr King said, "We will boycott Wonder Bread so hard they will wonder what happened!"

    The boycott activity of financial institutions is happening already. All protests do have a function as advertizing discontent, which does escalate into direct action, and since the arrests of Wall street protestors closing their bank accounts;enmasse,
    over 1 million have closed their accounts in anger and disgust with the system
     
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