Black People Politics : "ACT ARE NOT LAWS"


The Age of Aquarius
Sep 27, 2005
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The Fugitive Act of 1850…

The Civil Rights Act of 1866

The Civil Rights Act of 1875

The Civil Rights Act of 1964…/his…/50th/thelaw/civil_rights_act.cfm

The Voting Rights Act of 1965


1850: The Fugitive Act - Technically speaking this was the only ACT that showed action. It was meant to give slave masters the right to collect their runaways slaves from anywhere within the continental US ended when the Voting Rights Acts was put on the books. ?Really? Sounds orchestrated to me.

1866: The Civil Rights Act - Technically speaking this ACT showed no action. It was supposed to be the first baby step towards civil and social equality for all black Americans during the Reconstruction Period (1865-1877) that followed the Civil War. ?Really? The Reconstruction Period on lasted 12 years. This "act" was put on the books b4 the FIRST CIVIL RIGHTS ACT.

1875: The Civil Rights Act - Technically speaking this ACT showed no action. It was meant to clarify and expand the equality and freedom of ex-slaves.?Really? How did that go?

1964, The Civil Rights Act - Technically speaking this ACT still shows no action. This so-called ACT was to landmark civil rights and labor law in the United States that outlaws discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.?Landmark for whom?
1965, The Voting Rights Act - Technically speaking this ACT still shows no action. It was aimed at increasing the number of people registered to vote in areas where there was a record of previous suppression.

What all these political speed burps mean and show is that the racist government of AmeriKKKa that has moved along at a snails pace while turning its back on real ACTION --even Stevie Wonder can see this! Every last one of these ACTS marginalized and disenfranchised US <<<collectively>>> rather than provided an equal playing field and buried US further in the cesspool of racism.

1. Malcolm X is right WE HAVE BEEN HOODWINKED AND BAMBOOZLED. He also keenly understood that WE SHOULD BE FIGHTING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, UNLIKE MLK WHO ATTEMPTED TO LEAD BY FIGHTING FOR CIVIL RIGHTS. Malcolm X was about to take his case to the United Nations when his life was cut short by the AmeriKKKan gub'ment.

2. Neely Fuller, Jr. is right -- non-blacks have been played in a semantics game that we have never been able to decode.

3. Dr. Claud Anderson is right. We live inside a system of capitalism, yet we have no capital.

4. Fine1852 is right, too -- We are the most vigorous spenders in this system of capitalism. We have the money we just don't know how to direct it in our own favor because we trust the system that dis-enfranchises us -- rather than we trust our own ability to form our own inner system that will liberate us.

We are also the only group of people in AmeriKKKan his story who were forced to this land (ie. there were some Blacks already here), set up in a system of unpaid wages for over 2 centuries, cut loose to fend on our own, and then told get over it.
In other words, we get the walk light, while non-blacks get the traffic signal. Which do you think moves faster?

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