Black People Politics : Can We Be More Candid And Honest About Black Activism In 2015?

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  1. chuck

    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I have mixed emotions and thoughts about what I've been hearing and seeing and hearing in 2015...

    Perhaps today's younger black student activists also reveal some black lives matter mainstays place in the forefront of black activism is iffy at best...

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    So, I will add some information because one of the important things to do is identify the perils that should be understood so we can't be deceived. I was listening to social and political pundits, experts, and what they have to say. A report came back the magazine, INSPIRE, an ISIS magazine has laid out steps to take down America of which one is to "encourage African Americans to exploit racial issues" for the purpose of stopping "united, America stands; to divided we'll fall" to them.

    Now take a look at what is happening within the younger generation: Black lives Matter has been hijacked by some who assassinate police standing around, outside their house, at a sandwich place, etc. and running into a library pulling students out of their chairs and slamming them up against a wall calling them Mother F''ers. This definitely makes the news. Now what happens from here? Does this win for the cause? No.
    Instead the world is identifying BLM as thugs. And that is what the opinion is, going across the board.

    This creates a weak link for the camel to get his nose under the tent. Communism is also operating with the same strategy trying to change our culture this way. So while Isis wants to get in to kill us, Communism wants to change the culture through college rhetoric and steal the future generations. It's been going on since the 60s and now the teachers and professors have had this Socialist, Communist training in college themselves and then, they become our professors and teachers now…and the beat goes on.

    How do you feel being used and manipulated by these two totalitarian factions, because they know many are still living in history and it is so easy to activate a division in you, from America. True?
     
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    I'm self taught

    And I'm also not buying what any of the haters are claiming about or saying to our young black activists etc

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    Please do give us and our younger black relations more props than that sis!!!

    sigh

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    Hi, Chuck. Well the Middle East are brown and ISIS evidently is majority Semite (brown), excluding Jews. Then, Africa (ISIS types) have their own version of kidnap and murder cults, still Arab born radical Islamists. But Yes! The Communist party is supported by white men as in colleges, Russia and dictators of different colors.

    The colleges are laced with Communistic teachings. Since, Communism is also considered a viable ideology for a Black path and I have been in college, watching as well as learning, I have this to say: when white men come before Black people recruiting for Communism and even Socialism, watch out! Especially folks need to understand that your white mistrust, resentment, and hate makes the Black community delicious to Communism. And also ISIS sees this as a way in for destruction of America because they can use that outrage for their own use to win.

    I so dearly want to bring some understanding. While burning down one's own town and neighborhood got attention, to continue to attack bystanders, police, and rage against institutions will ultimately destroy what the goal is, respect, understanding of Black issues in our states. What will replace that respect for issues is, resistance, contempt, and loss of the goal. The people who use hate, violence for force, do not win. It's going to bring all the crazies out from where they've been hibernating. Hate begets hate. Do we want to see it in a civil war on the streets? What about our youth then? For those who might read this post to Chuck, tell me how this scenario is not where the violent protest leads. I forgot to mention, in the ISIS magazine, they also want these protest encouraged among Black students, and the assassination of "racist" government leaders. Just be aware, ISIS doesn't care anything about racism, they have their own opinions to murder Black people.

    Chuck, I admire your careful thoughtful way you come to your conclusions. Nobody has to agree on everything.:)
     
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    Yes I do agree with those comments

    But not everything else you also claim my dear sister

    I don't feel or think you really understand or know the intent or purpose of this discussion at all!!

    No I don't agree!!

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    Have any of your here actually read about black student activism in 2015?

    Please get back to me about that too!

    And thanks again!!
     
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    The Chicago protest as far as I watched was a multitude of angry (as it should be) but peaceful demonstrators. So, the news people felt they could walk amongst them and and get a consensus of opinions and feelings. That is what is wanted, a voice to go out to the world. It was a great protest on the first day. I didn't see the second. That was a demonstration that everybody viewing and hearing could totally understand because of what protestors said, the world could identify with the heart break. Powerful
     
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    The student activism that I know about is what I view on TV along with the rest of the nation and world. I am no longer a student. Perhaps we could hear your thoughts on it.
     
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    Good to read your eyewitness comments etc!

    Any other destee posters also participate too?

    Please let me know!

    Thanks again!

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