Black People Politics : Farrakhan, Attorney General Ramsey Clark, and McKinney Mobilize to Stop Obama's War Against Africa.

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  1. La_Kréyol

    La_Kréyol Banned MEMBER

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    The last time I came to this forum, I was pleading for awareness and action against the illegal attacks on the African countries of Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) and Libya, and the attempted assassinations of both presidents by France, the US and the UK. I was immediately met by "agents", those users who are on here posing as Pan-Africanists, discussing the same "non-threatening negro" topics, and making sure that you, the true pan-Africanist readers, turn a blind eye to anything that will encourage your own activism against the current recolonization of Africa. I don't remember the exact name of the two users in particular (one was an older man), but when I left the forum, I was certain that those users were here, paid or otherwise, to work in the interest of a white government. I still have no doubt that those two readers in particular are here to ensure that you, Black people and potential TRUE pan-Africanists, remain immobile (where it truly matters in the grand scheme of things) and ignorant to the attacks by France, the US, the UK, and the west on Africa - and to ensure that you remain indifferent.

    Those readers will undoubtedly return to "PLANT" seeds of doubt in your minds, will return to "PLANT" comments that are meant to make you feel indifferent or doubtful. (Or they may remain silent, in an effort to make what I'm saying to you seem untrue, or to lead you to think I'm merely "paranoid".)

    But I ask that you ignore those agents. They are meant to keep us indifferent, in the dark, and immobile where it truly matters (again, in the grand scheme of things).

    Recently, there was a press conference on the exact same topic that I came here a few months ago to talk about - to plead for your help and action. The press conference featured Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Minister Louis Farrakhan, Former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney and more. We are still watching the press conference, but I have found Farrakhan's address the most educational and informative (he could easily teach a political science course); I encourage you, beloved true pan-Africanists, to listen and beg of you to not allow this site's "agents" to lead you to doubt or be indifferent.

    I found his entire address powerful and EXTREMELY IN-DEPTH and EDUCATIONAL. But I found that 33 minutes onward were especially effective in lifting the veil on what is taking place right now in Africa (illegal wars led by President Obama, France, and the UK). If you would like to learn more about this, please feel free to ask questions and I will provide what answers I can or other avenues that may be more informative to you. If you are the (two) users/"agents" who are here to manipulate us, I ignore you and stand in truth.

     
  2. Blaklioness II

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    Am I mistaken or was Ms. Plummer a vocal supporter of Obama?
     
  3. La_Kréyol

    La_Kréyol Banned MEMBER

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    It appears that French president Nicholas Sarkozy may be tried in International Court for "crimes against humanity" in regard to the illegal war he (and President Obama) are leading in Libya. I pray that the awareness and the movement for African independence gains momentum. Please help.

    "Lawyers to sue Sarkozy for war-crimes over Libya campaign,
    Tripoli press conference, Jun 8 2011
    TWO French lawyers Jacques Verges and Roland Dumas plan to initiate legal proceedings against French President Nicolas Sarkozy for crimes against humanity over the NATO-led military campaign in Libya.
    Lawyers are going to file a complaint in the French courts in the name of the Libyan families.
    Dumas, a former socialist minister, said the NATO mission, which was meant to protect civilians, was in fact killing them.

    He denounced what he described as "a brutal assault against a sovereign country" and said he was ready to defend Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi should he ever be brought before the International Criminal Court (ICC)."

     
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    peace

    I heard the conference last night and they said as of the time of the conference that sister Mckinney was stuck in lybia because UN forces had the main road out blocked so no supplies or aide could enter into that area. She was to speak by telephone feed, but they never got around to that. During Farrakhan's statemet he even threatened other afrikan nations if they weren't to stand up to the US than basically 'the hell with them to'....if they were going to cower to the demands of the US by way of Hillary Clinton!
     
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    blacks supporting arabs is just sad.....
     
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    I've wondered, especially given the comments posted by infomoetry above, if Libya hadn't been targeted would Farrakhan's reaction have been the same.

     
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    Farrakhan has always spoken up and out against injustices in afrika and even in Europe, so i don't see any reason his response would have been 'much' different. He doesn't hide the fact that Qhadaafi is his brother and that he helped the N.O.I. purchase the home of Elijah Muhammad years ago. Even when i was in the Nation, he got a 'loan' from Qhadaafi for some health care products to be produced by Mr. Johnson under the name of P.O.W.E.R., that was paid back to Qhadaafi, but unfortunately the JDL attacked mr. Johnson and threatened to shut him down and he refused later to work with the nation.

    But the other poster frmphilly's problem is not about a black man supporting an arab. That's what he is hiding his real problem behind. It's about him not being able to come to grips with the fact that he loves white supremacy and loves it when his master lies to him, even when his brother has told him the truth about pan am #103, repeatedly. I understand that he is stuck in his ways and refuses to bend even when massa has been shown over and over to be a liar. He still chooses to protect the house!
     
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    Ok...I was just going purely on my own outlook on Farrakhan. He started getting the side-eye from me when Dr. Khallid got kicked out and as I noticed more and more nonblacks being allowed into the fold. He just lost his edge to me. My concerns about Africa are pretty well known around these parts I would think, but I seem to remember some old clips where Farrakhan's attitude toward Obama was a lot less hostile---meaning he too drunk some amount of the Kool-Aid. He's rightfully concerned about the white hand in Africa, but will his allegiance to Gaddafi blind him to the Arab hand? That's my concern. You know trading one oppressor for another is not big in my book.

     
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    He also got the 'side-eye' from me when Bro. Khalid was put out, especially since the remarks he made were almost identical to what Farrakhan said in many speeches about 'jews', but more particularly his '85 speech at Madison Sq. Garden here in NY. You see, Bro. Khalid use to always pattern his words and speeches after minister Farrakhan because he loved him so much. Even named his son after him. I believe his being put out, as El Hajj before him was because he was tired of the lip service and wanted some real action, as far as revenge! This is why he immediately agreed to the NBPP where unfortunaley, he was eventually set up and murdered.

    Even during the statement i watched last night, they had a white man speaking whom they say have traveled all over afrika as a freedom fighter for over 20 years. He spoke right before Farrakhan came on and i was again looking 'side-ways'. So, yes, i support Farrakhan and have since the early '90 's but it has in no way blinded me. Many people also question why he has never spoken up on the slavery in the sudan. He says while he was there, he didn't witnesses. I can't say he's lying because i was not there with him and the party he traveled with backed his words.

    As far as Qhadaafi, i know their relationship and the feelings Farrakhan has towards him, as does the Nation as a whole. WHile he was speaking last night some brothers in the crowd went to cheer him on and he said 'SHUT UP AND LISTEN BECAUSE I DIDN'T COME HERE FOR YOUR APPLAUSE'....and i was like whoa! There was not another cheer for the rest of his statement! So that right there says more than needs to be said about his attachment to the colonel. I feel Farrakhan's thing is as he has pointed out over the last 30 years is: ARE AMERICA'S HANDS CLEAN! and if not 'who the hell are they to judge any other nation'?

    Check the interview with him and mike wallace some time ago where he hits mike wallace with that line when mike tries to accuse an afrikan nation (nigeria, i think) of being the most corrupt regime in the world.

    peace
     
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    now that is what i am talking about.....
     
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