Black People Politics : Obama Wins pt. IV

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  1. Kemetstry

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    It's now down again to the nitty gritty. In spite of Dumney and the elephant people penchant for self destruction and foot in mouth disease. We all know the real dirt is about to start. It is time for brothers and sisters good and true to step forth and again do their part. Because of suppression, voter registration and proper IDs are of paramount importance. Moreover, transporting these people to the polls and fighting back against intimidation must be done as well.

    This is not just about him. One only has to have viewed the publican primaries to realize what their plans are for all of us. Any safety net, any educational grants will be cut totally.




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    Not only must we never allow Dumbney to get into the white house. We must also knock off every birther supporter







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    After another week of chronic foot in mouth disease, Dumbney triples down on you aint middleclass. Moreover, you dont count and I dont care about you. Obama's lead is now stretching. Can the Dems take back the house?







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    I don't think you need to worry about your beloved black president. Barring some unforeseeable event like the secret service allowing Obama to be assassinated, our handlers have already decided for us that Obama will get a second term. They recognize that Romney ain't got da skillz to further their agenda like Obama will.

    I have been giving a lot of thought to who won the last few Presidential elections and why. Obama won in 2008 because that is what Wall Street wanted. Bush won in 2000 and 2004 because, again, that is what our handlers wanted. Yeah, Bush stole it in 2000. But, our handlers would not have allowed that if it was not in what they perceived to be their best interest.

    The American Empire has reached the point where the most critical political outcomes are pre-orchestrated events known far in advance by the men behind the curtain. If their man wins on his own, they let him. If their man doesn't win on his own, as was the case in 2000, they give him what ever help he needs to steal the election.
     
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    For me, what's most important is that Black people wake up and realize we can never REST on any victory that we perceive we have won. Everything in this life is temporary and most assuredly, if we KNOW that, we must keep pushing and pressing FORWARD by doing things that stabilize us and keep us strong and in the game. We, as a people, are WEAKENED and wounded deeply when we don't EDUCATE ourselves and scratch and fight for the KNOWLEDGE we need for US. We need to increase our power of wealth the smart consumerism and investments. We need to be educated on many levels and trust that the cliche` is true: knowledge is power. Individually, we don't ALL have to be scholars, but we should be smart and understand that the greater purpose lies not with one or two individuals but with the collective.

    If Obama wins a second term, then what? What will change? And I mean, change in US and for US? Will some of us go back to lying on the couch watching ignorant tv for hours at a time and breathe a sigh of relief, believing that our worries are over? Will we run out to the closest Korean shop and spend hundreds of dollars on other people's hair just to think we're beautiful? Sure, why not keep making others rich, right? Will we keep purchasing the gas-guzzling SUVs and luxury cars that they market to us, just so we can drive around the block, needing to stop at a gas station on every corner along the way but thinking we're cool? How many of us are just one paycheck away from being broke? After the election, will we forget that our children are being kept stupid when we send them off to the public schools as they are structured now? How do we TEACH our children about economics. Do they understand the basic principles of supply and demand? How many of us will get sick this year...you know flu season is upon us...and don't have decent if any medical coverage? God's going to be kept extremely busy listening to all those prayers for a healing. How many of us are or have faced bank foreclosures and struggling to make an inflated mortgage payment each month? How many of us will have to work until we fall into the grave because you won't be able to retire, and definitely won't be able to depend on getting a social security check when you do "retire." Food? What...you need to EAT to live? How many of us care about WHAT we're eating and how much it's costing you to buy food?

    I'm not against Obama, so don't interpret this rant that way. What I'm against is the BS that Americans are being fed and we suck it up and lick our lips everyday, as though our very lives depend on it. So yeah, election time is quickly upon us...again...and we must choose our poison....again. If we don't wake up, eventually the poison we accept will kill us--or some of us because a few will finally see the handwriting on the wall and will decide to make a radical change, not choosing to go out like this.

    And no, I don't KNOW what the radical change(s) will be, but it will be up to whatever an individual chooses it to be. It's about survival and of the "fittest."

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    sigh

    If we dont take advantage of this new found tokenism, that's our fault. The cynicism in here can be cut with a knife.

    Actually it could be argued that bushboi stole both elections

    No one orchestrated 911






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    What is more relevant than whether or not Bush II stole 2004 is whether _any_ election is free these days. 2000 should have proven, to everyone, that presidential elections are not free and certainly are not a matter of choice.

    Follow my logic on this.

    Most people get that the mainstream media is owned by Corporate America, that is a matter of public record -- just research who owns the major networks.

    Some people also get that Corporate America owns congress. That is a matter of following the money. 'Winning' a congressional seat is an expensive endeavor which can not be successfully financed by contributions from individual citizens alone. Corporate America picks up the slack and, more so than individual citizens, not only expects but demands a return on their investment. Which is why congressmen who wish to be re-elected [all of them] end up being owned by Corporate America.

    Corporate America owns the Oval Office for exactly the same reasons they own Congress.

    My point. People can choose whether to be good democrats or good republicans, and vote accordingly. But they do so out of political naivete. Voters decide which party to vote for, as well as which candidate to vote for, based on the images provided to them by the mainstream media of candidates. It costs a lot of money for the candidates to buy the necessary air time to pursuade voters who to vote for. Which is where donations from Corporate America come in.

    Corporate donations, purely from a dollars and cents perspective, end up being more important to candidates than donations from individual citizens.

    Even more relevant, donations from Corporate America 'shape' the decisions voters think they make of their own free will.

    This is ultimately a failing of the voters. We citizens, collectively, do not take the time and put forth the effort to educate ourselves on how the electoral process works and who, really, has our best interests at heart. We only take that so far and then allow our handlers to feel in the gaps for us via their incredibly efficient mind programming system AKA the mainstream media.

    Which is how some of us end up thinking a party, or a candidate, will work for us rather than Corporate America. Dumb and naive thinking. Both candidates are owned by their Corporate donors and will continue to work for their Corporate donors.

    We citizens, collectively, get exactly the government we deserve.

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    [quote="istlota, post: 759769, member: 16698"]What is more relevant than whether or not Bush II stole 2004 is whether _any_ election is free these days. 2000 should have proven, to everyone, that presidential elections are not free and certainly are not a matter of choice.

    Follow my logic on this.

    Most people get that the mainstream media is owned by Corporate America, that is a matter of public record -- just research who owns the major networks.

    Some people also get that Corporate America owns congress. That is a matter of following the money. 'Winning' a congressional seat is an expensive endeavor which can not be successfully financed by contributions from individual citizens alone. Corporate America picks up the slack and, more so than individual citizens, not only expects but demands a return on their investment. Which is why congressmen who wish to be re-elected [all of them] end up being owned by Corporate America.

    Corporate America owns the Oval Office for exactly the same reasons they own Congress.

    My point. People can choose whether to be good democrats or good republicans, and vote accordingly. But they do so out of political naivete. Voters decide which party to vote for, as well as which candidate to vote for, based on the images provided to them by the mainstream media of candidates. It costs a lot of money for the candidates to buy the necessary air time to pursuade voters who to vote for. Which is where donations from Corporate America come in.

    Corporate donations, purely from a dollars and cents perspective, end up being more important to candidates than donations from individual citizens.

    Even more relevant, donations from Corporate America 'shape' the decisions voters think they make of their own free will.

    This is ultimately a failing of the voters. We citizens, collectively, do not take the time and put forth the effort to educate ourselves on how the electoral process works and who, really, has our best interests at heart. We only take that so far and then allow our handlers to feel in the gaps for us via their incredibly efficient mind programming system AKA the mainstream media.

    Which is how some of us end up thinking a party, or a candidate, will work for us rather than Corporate America. Dumb and naive thinking. Both candidates are owned by their Corporate donors and will continue to work for their Corporate donors.

    We citizens, collectively, get exactly the government we deserve.

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    1. We agree, over all that for the most part, we have the best political and medical systems money can buy.

    2. However, I submit, it was only corporate America's intent to show that the negros are now acceptable. Largely because we are more like them than the radical hispanics, ( La Raza ) that current rule the SW and W.

    3. It was not the intent to have Obama be president. The plan was to put McCain in. What they didnt plan on was the economy tanking the way it did. And that and that only is what got us a black president.

    4. Corporate does not like this type of chaos. Moreover, they were too busy worrying about saving their own ***** and not ending up in jail, to control things during this period.

    5. The negro was only suppose to get close to show that blacks are now acceptable and allow white people to finally view themselves as not racist.

    So, Obama being there was NOT part of their plan







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    Presenting your assessment in bold, large, font does not hide the fact that it ls riddled with critical flaws.

    You said they didn't plan on the economy tanking. That is beyond nonsensical. Both the housing market and the stock market crashed big time in 2006. Not only Corporate America, but everybody else [except you apparently] knew the economy had tanked prior to when Obama declared his candidacy in February of 2007.

    You said, or rather you want to believe, "It was not the intent to have Obama be president". You also said "The plan was to put McCain in". You want to believe this because you want to believe the world is a place where blacks are the good guys and everybody else [especially whites and 'radical hispanics'] are the bad guys.

    I don't have that problem clouding my judgement. Hence, I took into consideration that Corporate America donated twice as much money to Obama than to McCain. As a matter of fact, Obama raised more money in 2008 than any POTUS has ever done in the history of POTUS candidates. They, Corporate America, knew, beyond question, that their boy would take care of them when he got into the Oval Office. The proof of this is 1) to follow the money and 2) note that Obama's 1st order of business after taking the oath of office was to bail out Wall Street.

    You ignored all these critical flaws in your assessment because, truth be told, a black racist doesn't mind having a puppet of Corporate America sitting in the Oval Office as long as that puppet is a black man.

    I do not have that problem clouding my judgement.

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    In 2006, the economy was in a slight recession. That is a far cry from tanking. A 15 trillion dollar quarterly loss is tanking. So you assessment is a bit off on the facts abd time line. The banks werent in trouble in 06. Neither was corporate.

    LMAO this has nothing to do with what I believe. Under Reagan, hispanics, arabs and asian were the alternative to blacks. Asians were/are still too few to make a difference. Arabs did 911, and hispanics have a movement to which openly states they want and deserve all the old Mexican territories back. Add to that the perception they are taking "our" jobs........

    Corporations, read Wall Street, didnt buy into Obama until the crash. In short, they like the rest of white america panicked. Much of Obamas money up until that point came the fair to middlan folx. Your 20/20 vision comes more from a preconceived conclusion.

    They wanted McCain because he more fit their agenda. Obama wasnt suppose to take the seat






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