Black People : Something Else That Should 'Occupy' Your Efforts Etc.:

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  1. chuck

    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    'Occupy Wall Street Does't Adequately Represent Struggling Black Population...'

    So there has been criticism of it...

    Type the title into any search engine...

    On the other hand:

    'Sparro Kennedy Fights For Occupy Wall Street's Homeless, Mentally Ill'...

    You can find the comentary via the huffintonpost website...

    Lastly:

    "Occcupy Wall Street Protesters Occupy Harlem Biler Room, Get Tenants Heat And Hot Water"

    Also can be found via the 'Occupy Wall Street' coverage on the aformentioned huffingtonpost site..

    FYI...
     
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    I don't understand Occupy Harlem anymore then I understand Occupy Wall street

    Like Gil Noble said, "Is Harlem even Black anymore" stated from a man who has lived there most of his adult life, and is sick of the regentrification, the lack of economic unity, and the negro politicians that paved the way for the regentrification.

    we had stopped occupying Harlem when we stopped community organizing in great numbers in the late 80s.

    As for Occupy Wall street, those badgers and wolverines in those ivory towers, look down at the park,
    make their bonuses, powder their noses from the inside out, rinse their nostrils with Cristal, and will more then likely send 500 stuffed Roasted Turkeys from Zabar's down there to the portesters next Thursaday
     
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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Chuck:

    We'll see...

    FYI...
     
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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Chuck:

    Time will tell...

    FYI...
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Here is an analogy.

    You have a daughter getting ready to take a trigonometry test in HS, but something happens in the area and all electricty even battery power is knocked out, so that electric digital slide rule you gave her will not work,

    but the child next to her has one of the old fashioned slide rules and knows how to work it.

    Now your child may do good on the test or not but the test is one that is timed, so who will complete their test before everyone else?

    The child with the slide rule and the knowledge of it's use!

    The occupy Wall street, connects with occupy Oakland, connects with protestors in Cairo, connects with Occupy Toronto, connects with Occupy London,

    becuase they are networking and understand that no movement in this texting, internet facebook, twitter age works in isolation.

    Newark Blacks suffer cause Blacks in Oakland amy not know or how to network to help, Blacks in Harlem suffer becuase Black folks in Phille may not know how to network to help, in Port Au prince, or Lesotho, or Detroit.

    We are all catching the same hell but have not mastered the scineces of Pan Afriacn or Black nationaistic communication and networking;

    for instance, gun violence is an ish in Brownsville Brooklyn but not in Crown Heights Brooklyn, but it is an ish in Newark and probably in St louis as well.

    Slum Lords depriving folks of heat and hot water may be a Harlem ish but not a Bronx ish where Chavez program still provides cheap oil fro heating in innercity housing, but it may be an ish for Black folks in Oklahoma, or Colorado.

    These small movements and protests we engage in, go but so far without national input, but we have the technology to do it, and quiet is kept, we can and have networked things even without and before technology cause if we could have had the numbers from coast to coast on the low down before the mafia took it over,
    why could we not have community networked support as well?

    If we had the pyramid scheme on the quiet, why could we not have a national Black children's defense and protection agency underground as well?
     
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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Chuck:

    Again, whether I agree or dissagree, nothing stops you from doing pr saying anything further...

    Instead you're too obsessed with changing my mind, rather than to convincing other posters what you propose should be supported by them...

    I'm not competing with you to win the hearts and minds of these posters...

    So why do you feel and think you have to?

    Change your approach and you're be more effective...

    FYI...
     
  7. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    what is your hang up? this is a discussion why do you need to reduce everything to a personal ish?

    That is why I made the post, "Do you Speak to People in the Street or on your Block the Way you Communicate with Folks Here"
     
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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Chuck:

    There comes a time and a place when you start believing your own doubletalk...

    No more comebacks from me to you unless and until you get over it...

    SMH...
     
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    chuck Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    One last time:

    First of all, you have a choice to either post on this thread, or to not post...

    Second of all, you aren't one of the moderators, i. e., you don't have a right to dictate to me how to relate to you or anybody else, let alone tell me how or why to say or post to anybody about anything here...

    So either give it a rest, or just quit wasting my time, etc.

    FYI...
     
  10. Ankhur

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    get over what? This is a simple discussion, and if you desire a debate then let's be adults and debate!

    I made an analogy, no insults to you

    , just a simple analogy,

    and a means of explaining my point,

    is so how is perceived to be a threat?

    If you ask a question in a thread, why the hang up with a response?
     
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