Black People : Black Solidarity Day/ Arab style???

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The first day of the demonstrations in what is now called Egypt

    1 Teachers did not teach
    2 Children did not go to school
    3 No one shoped
    4 Civil servants did not work
    5 many bankers closed their banks



    in lieu of the devestating effect of the Birmingham bus boyoctts,
    Black solidarity day , the Monday before Election Day
    was proposed back in the 60s as a national action of walk outs and stay home situations to let the white supremist oligarchy know our outrage over opression ,
    and make our demands


    So far the 2 main sources of GDP in what is known as Egypt have been

    pretty much shut down

    1 Tourism is now dead, the shop keepers and tour guides are shut down

    2 and now the Suez canal, which brings in 5 billion a year, and controls 8 percent of global shipping,
    as well as a large amount of oil shipped to Europe

    may soon shut down now that workers have said hell no to Mubarak and striked
    By 1955 approximately two-thirds of Europe's oil passed through the canal. About 7.5% of world sea trade is carried via the canal today. In 2008, a total of 21,415 vessels passed through the canal and the receipts from the canal totaled $5.381 billion.[55], with the average cost per-ship at roughly $251,000.00.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suez_Canal


    http://www.businessinsider.com/6000-workers-sit-in-as-the-first-suez-canal-strike-has-begun-2011-2
     
  2. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Malcolm spoke about learning how to speak,

    "the man's language, and when that is done

    some real "dialogue" can take place.

    The Internationla Corporate Oligarchy would have been pleased to see Arabs get violent in Egypt so they could send in troops and bombs and label them as terrorists,

    but they learned to speak thier language

    The Flow of capital!!!

    and the non violenty stopping of it!!!!!

    The point and fear in the voices of first Mubarack,

    and then the VP

    and then the head of the Military to the masses

    was a plea to get back to work,

    not so much for the GDP but for the debt,
    that every major nation on earth owes the International bankers!

    And it was the capacity of the masses to run up the interest on defaulted debt

    that caused the regime

    to stand down and listen to the demands of the citizenry


    Now we are shown the power of a methodology we designed right here

    50 years ago

    when do we utilize it for our

    demands and greivances?
     
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    too busy to strike

    :qqb009: black nationalists still have not determined what color the dress was on somebody back in khemet....we can't stop arguing
     
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    why can't you lie sometimes?, you dont always have to speak the truth!
     
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