Black Spirituality Religion : Dr. Claud Anderson Speaks

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This noteworthy presentation was featured at one of Dr. Price's religious gatherings.


Although the title is "Powernomics--A Vision Beyond The Dream" this astute history drops some very important knowledge about how the black collective has been effected by the socio-economic-religious-political decisions of the gub'ment
 

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Dr. Anderson talks
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Unchanged fact

-- 95% of all other cultures work for themselves and people who look like them.
-- 95% of us work for other people
 

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Umma ABS -- I take this prophecy more in a figurative sense than a literal sense. And what say you?
He seemed pretty Literal. He especially relied on the figure that some 275,000 die a month in Africa. That's a high number if true. 3 million a year.

And his point about Water, Food, Energy or Medicine scarcity preferring the White population is accurate. I was walking through the ghettos recently. One young man I interviewed was not only clueless of what I told him, but incredulous. Even with all the confirmations around him, he just couldn't believe that something needed to be done.

50% seems excessive; but when you look at the neglected communities, it's almost understandable. What if clean water does become rare? Those underserved communities will be under served . . ..

Of course 2015 is so close . . ..
 

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To close for comfort, ABS -- to close. "Neglected" communities throughout the AmeriKKKa look like war zones in a third world country....!

Yet, who is actually listening to the Good Doctor?

He seemed pretty Literal. He especially relied on the figure that some 275,000 die a month in Africa. That's a high number if true. 3 million a year.

And his point about Water, Food, Energy or Medicine scarcity preferring the White population is accurate. I was walking through the ghettos recently. One young man I interviewed was not only clueless of what I told him, but incredulous. Even with all the confirmations around him, he just couldn't believe that something needed to be done.

50% seems excessive; but when you look at the neglected communities, it's almost understandable. What if clean water does become rare? Those underserved communities will be under served . . ..

Of course 2015 is so close . . ..
 

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