Black People : Shirley Sherrod should be reinstated

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The case and investigation is clear from the video tape and all the evidence,
    that she was falsely accused and at an odd time when those farmers in OUR family did not receive their suit funds,
    so really the entire Black Caucus should demand that she be immediatly not just reinstated but compensated for the stress and the time from work
     
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    Are you serious?

    The real question should be 'Does she want the job back?'

    If I were her, I honestly would not take the job back. I would look elsewhere where I can be appreciated and face as little race-related issues as possible.

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  3. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I think and I mite be wrong the ish of race is a subterfuge by the press to enrage the public to get them off focus of the real issue

    money!!!

    You know when you have a court case against, a corrupt corporation, or run a campaign against an incumbent, that is a poverty pimp,

    they wil drag stuff up from your past, that will demonize you in the eye of the public, no matter howfar back it goes.
    just to take focus off the ish.

    I think theeal ish is they don't want to give the Black farmers the suit billions,
    and they have a corporate stooge that they want to put in her place that will make sure those farmers wait till,
    the cow jumps over the moon

    why else would they "just now , all of a sudden"
    drag up this ancient artifact , 1986? of an issue just at the juncture of the settlement that these off Our family are about to receive in due course?

    What if when Malcolm went to Oxford to speak or Ghana, or Detroit and some one wanted to bring up as something about him,
    15 years in his past?
    fact or a lie?

    this ish seems to be a subterfuge,
    and thefact that it came out from a organ of hate prropaganda and corporate graft, should be considered

    Dr. John Boyd is requesting your support.
    July 19, 2010


    Dear Farmers and Friends,

    Dr. John Boyd is requesting your support.

    The Senate may be considering whether to approve funding for the black farmers settlement this week.

    We need your help now. Please contact your Senator today and tell them to keep funding for the black farmers settlement in the war supplemental bill.

    http://www.blackfarmers.org/html/071910.html

    Now mind you, any time folks who depend on the seasons for their livelihood and get up 5 AM every morning ,
    probably put out this call for help to the community
    at least 3 months ago, and it's kinda bugged that no Blackpress had covered it, we know thewhite media would not progressive or otherwise.

    Please notice the date July 19, 2010, and we had posted here , about the promise to the farmers,
    and were happy thinking that these folks were going to get the funds


    so for this to come out

    On July 19, 2010, a video released by conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart was posted to his BigGovernment.com website on the Internet, showing an African American woman making the following excerpted remarks to the NAACP Freedom Fund:



    in the press, instead of the senate date of decision, smacks of some tricky manipulations and business as usual that one would expect in a republican regime, but not one Democrat, especially with a brother as president
     
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    Yep. You're right. While everybody was talking about Shirley Sherrod the US renewed ties with Indonesia's military which was responsable for gross human rights abuse in the country of East Timor. The signing tooked place Thursday at the height of the Shirley Sherrod incident. East Timor is a nation populated by a diverse ethnic group called the Timorese. Basically they look Black with some Asian mixing.
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    East Timor shares an Island with Indonesia.

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    Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN) -- The United States will resume ties with the once-notorious Indonesian special forces after more than a decade-long ban, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates said in Jakarta Thursday.

    The U.S. Defense Department lifted an overall ban on training the Indonesian military in 2005 but kept restrictions on the special forces known as the Kopassus, which had been accused of gross human rights violations during years of authoritarian rule.


    Human rights groups have documented myriad abuses of the Kopassus, including the disappearance and abuse of government critics. Some have expressed concern over the resumption of military training.

    Earlier this year, Human Rights Watch sent letters to Gates and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, opposing Defense Department assistance to the Indonesian military, especially Kopassus. It called a resumption of military ties between the two nations "a mistake" because of what it called a lack of reform and accountability in Indonesia.

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    Gendercide in East Timor (I),
    1975-1998

    Gendercidal massacres of males, and in at least one case of females, were prominent in the period immediately following the Indonesian invasion of December 1975. "One of the most bizarre and gruesome ... atrocities" of the Indonesian invasion itself "occurred within 24 hours of the invasion and involved the killing of about 150 people. This shocking spectacle began with the execution of more than 20 women who, from various accounts, were selected at random ... The women were led out to the edge of the jetty and shot one at a time, with the crowd of shocked onlookers being forced at gun-point to count [out] loud as each execution took place." (Carmel Budiardjo and Liem Soei Liong, The War Against East Timor [Zed Books, 1984], pp. 128-29.) Immediately thereafter, however, a typical gendercidal massacre of males took place, according to a source quoted by John Taylor in East Timor: The Price of Freedom (p. 68):

    http://www.gendercide.org/case_timor.html
     
  5. Ankhur

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    Whooooooaaaaaaaaa!!!!!

    :qqb008::qqb019:TEACH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    THESE DEVILS ARE THE TAIL WAGING THE DOG FOR REAL

    AND BIG TIME



    Asante sana!
     
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