Black People : Shoshana Johnson - Stay Encouraged Sister

Jan 22, 2001
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On Shoshana Johnson, Jessica Lynch and Disability

Shoshana Johnson and Jessica Lynch were wounded in the exact same battle; why is one getting more in disability than the other?

While Lynch was discharged as a private first class in August with an 80 percent disability benefit, Johnson, set to leave in the coming days, learned last week that she will receive a 30 percent disability benefit from the Army for her injuries. Lynch’s monthly disability will exceed Johnson’s by as much as $700.

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Why must we always fight for what is given so generously to others?

We really should be tired of this.


Peace Destee,

Doesn't surprise me at all.
The moral of the story and many more is you can fight for us, bleed for us, die for us, when all said and done, we still hate you.

When you comeback from fighting for us [if you comeback that is] it's business as usual...none for you, or less for you.

See, the same racist 'elites' who have their filthy fingers in every pie have their fingers in the US war machine and they don't mind you dieing to maintain the status quo, which is them in charge and you way down at the bottom.

Tis as it should be as far as they are concerned.

While we're on the subject of the US army, here's an excerpt from another article which you can read, in its entirety, here:

On a December night in 1995, three white soldiers from the Army's 82nd Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg, N.C., got into a car and drove around Fayetteville in search of black people to kill. They happened on a couple out on a stroll. Two of the GIs, Pvts. Jim Burmeister and Malcolm Wright, got out of the car and confronted Michael James and Jackie Burdern. Holding a 9mm pistol, Burmeister forced both to kneel and then fired several shots into their heads. Burmeister had told friends that although he had already been tattooed with a spider, a symbol of having killed for the cause, he wanted to officially earn the racist badge

yes we should be tired of this but when I think of this sista and all she has endured and is STILL enduring, i only feel a surge of energy to cry out for her and fight for her because in her weariness is my vitality...thas why we have each other...

let us all stand and support our sista Shoshana


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