Black People : Rebellion Hits America, Michigan Governor Goes “Gaddafi”

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    GOVERNOR SNYDER SUSPENDS U.S. CONSTITUTION IN MICHIGAN
    MOVES TO APPOINT PRIVATE “CORPORATE” GOVERNMENT

    Massive tax increases passed on poor and elderly. Taxes on rich and corporations cut by almost 2 billion. Elections to be suspended, officials summarily dismissed by corporate overseers.

    Civil right, due process and constitutional guarantees end. Michigan has, in fact, seceded

     
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    LOL..@the title..
     
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    He didn't move to do this............he did it already. I live in a city that is under an "EFM" (emergency financial manager). And he now has the power to do just about anything (they passed the law a couple weeks ago), including dismantling our city commission.
     
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    Michigan has not seceeded in fact there are several states following the national trend
    back to the days of the robber barons

    and it is Barack Obama who will make Gaddafi look like Burger King or mayor Mccheese

    if militias around the nation start to rebel against the fascist trend

    started from the white house of putting corporate interest

    over the interest of the citizens tax payers and voters.

    The Libyan leader says he sent a message to US President Barack Obama defending his decision to attack rebel cities: “If you found them taking over American cities by the force of arms, tell me what you would do.”
    http://www.infowars.com/what-would-you-do-if-rebels-attacked-us-cities-gaddafi-asks-obama/



    Remember Goldman Sachs got into the White house, so they could destroy

    their competition Lehman brothers

    Just as the US sides with Saudi Arabia, Quwait, and other daily purchasers of African slaves,

    to destroy their competion in OPEC

    Libya
     
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    So Much For The Old Or New Leftists Etc.!

    It seems and sounds that the title of playacting was placed on the wrong parties way back in the day:

    Without a mandate from the very people the other aformentioned parties claimed and said they were trying to elevate/inform/liberate?

    Such folk either speak for people the folk on the right already know they don't truly represent and/ortalk at or down to people they lost the respect etc. of a long time ago...

    Don't blur the distinction between people like me and the usual folks who wind up getting interviewed during some protest/rally/etc. around Metro Detroit...

    FYI...

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    It is downright Orwellian what we're hearing/reading/etc. via the mainstays of either mainstream political party...

    I. e., it is the control of the energy resources, as in--which makes money for individuals etc. connected with multinational corporations, not the price of gas at the pump here, which is what drives this nation's Middleeast practices, etc.

    It is also the ever looming rise of so called minority groups numbers, as well as declining birth rates among the present white majority here, which is leading to more than this state's governor's draconian like approaches to do more than merely stave off another state's budget crisis etc.

    It isn't simply a power grab:

    It's meant to undermine our own!

    FYI...

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    I must admit to not having gotten my mind around what exactly is the nature of black politics etc. in Detroit etc. ala the here and now:

    I. e., even during those local attempts to rally people against the present guv's anti union tactics etc., some local black union organizers did so via putting the discredited former black mayor's pic on their literature as a case study of what might come next for everybody else's?

    Now was or is that race baiting or what?!?

    Also considering all union members rights are at stake:

    Nobody could be so shortsighted if they intended to!

    We need allies:

    We've got enough enemies as it is!

    End of speech...

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    By our count 16 states have proposed legislation similar to the bill cleared for vote last Wednesday by Wisconsin's Republican legislators, which would strip public-sector union workers of the right to bargain collectively about any on-the-job issue besides wages.


    http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-...n-union-fight-15-states-ready-to-follow-suit/
     
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    Ohio Enacts Anti-Union Law, Opponents Seek Referendum Ohio’s Republican Governor John Kasich has signed into law a measure stripping public workers of collective bargaining rights and barring them from striking. The legislation will affect over 360,000 workers, making Ohio the biggest state so far to curb the rights of public sector employees. In addition to undoing collective bargaining, the law forces public workers to pay at least 15 percent of their healthcare premiums, removes automatic pay increases, and makes it more difficult for unions to collect dues. Opponents say they’ll attempt to undo the law by putting it to a public referendum.


    NH, OK Lawmakers Advance Anti-Union Bills The push to pass anti-union legislation is being mirrored in states across the country. On Thursday, lawmakers in New Hampshire and Oklahoma advanced measures that would weaken public sector unions.

    http://www.democracynow.org/2011/4/1/headlines#8

    2 of the 14 aspects of Fascism;

    9. Corporate Power is Protected -- The industrial and business aristocracy of a fascist nation often are the ones who put the government leaders into power, creating a mutually beneficial business/government relationship and power elite.

    10. Labor Power is Suppressed -- Because the organizing power of labor is the only real threat to a fascist government, labor unions are either eliminated entirely or are severely suppressed.
     
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    First of all:

    Even if the candidate of the other party won the presidency?

    Your analogy doesn't fit the present, i. e., since the issues etc. which allegedly divide the nation have nothing to do with merely turning back the gains brought about by the Civil Rights Movement, while I can guess you probably didn't mean to imply nor suggest this nation's ruling class intends to actually bring back the enslavement of other human beings, as a new source of unpaid laborers for any modern day slave holders, etc.

    Instead, Synder and Company actually reveal how out of touch with reality the supporters of the Tea Party movement etc. truly are, and/or how they had no or little idea the agenda/ideology/etc. they were ushering into power, on the state level etc.

    It is the flip side of what I don't like about mainstream politicians in general--black mass movements in particular, i. e., emotional appeals etc. with us being kept ignorant about the actual agendas of the people we're expecting to give our (blind) loyalty to...

    Allegedly Synder etc. were and are about shrinking big government, whereas the reality is dismantling it without presenting alternatives as regards how we're expected to cope and deal with a lack of cultural/educational/family/health/etc. services...

    The illusion is we were or are in tacit support of mere strangers running our lives for us: The reality is most if not all of those aformentioned programs etc. advanced the national ecurity interests of the white status quo during the era of the Cold War...

    The short version:

    Some things all ethnic/racial/etc. groups would've naturally and normally done for themselves, if not shallowly and superficially united for the sake of the nation's 'war' against those 'godless commies' etc.

    Hence also some of the protesters etc. are themselves some of the same staunch supporters of today's 'war' on (world) 'terrorism' ad naseum who I don't consider the best of 'allies'...

    The point:

    Since neither mainsteam party operates in our best interests?

    Perhaps a peoples revolt on either larger scales all across this nation is called for too!

    Above and beyond that:

    Whatever Bush Junior and Saddam before them--or the Libyan and Obama after them were or are arguing and bickering about?

    That too was or is a bad reflection of would be defenders of the status quo...

    Instead we need to put forth a new agenda for this nation...

    At least that's my take on this subject...

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