Black People : THE END OF POVERTY

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    truetothecause Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Hotep all..

    This is a MUST SEE AND HEAR movie called The End of Poverty. I watched it on Netflix.

    I Love it when they tell on themselves...that's the way to go. Take Responsibility for your ish!

    Tell me what you think when/if you see[n] it..........1


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    hummm i haven't yet but the title drew me in so i will check it out
     
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    Filmmaker Philippe Diaz on "The End of Poverty?"

    Earlier this year, the IMF and the World Bank warned that the financial crisis posed a serious challenge to reducing poverty. The World Bank predicted that the economic crisis could push another 53 million people in the global South into poverty. Well, according to the latest numbers from the United Nations, we’re now up to 2.7 billion people around the world who survive on less than two dollars a day, one billion of whom live on less than a dollar a day. Given the dire statistics and the widening gap between the rich and the poor, how can we see the eradication of poverty? That’s the central question of a new documentary called The End of Poverty?

    http://www.democracynow.org/2009/11/10/filmmaker_philippe_diaz_on_the_end
     
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    You will not be disappointed OR you WILL be .....

    It was painful at times yet rewarding to hear them TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT TERRIBLE EVENTS!

    Looking forward to hearing your thoughts and feelings after you've seen it


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    Thank You so much for this addition!
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    For those who continue to deny this shystem of racism/white supreme lunacy, this documentary will likely shake that defense and bring it tumbling down


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    IMHO the Tavistock war against Afrocentricity, fostered by the powers that be , at our neglignce,

    ensured a fuure culture of poverty for the Black community.

    We had pardigms from Africa that were good and pardigms that were bad, as when empire building occured, apart from simple village living.

    Dr John Henrik Clarke stated that we had a ssystem of economic
    Resiprocity

    where no one went without

    He stated there was no term for jail in most languages,
    because there were no prisons

    there was no term for orphan or orphaage, because no child was left unloved or cared for
     
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    Thanks for Sharing...

    I am working to overstand how these comments fit in with the message from the documentary.

    You are talking about the tavistock war and I'm trying to see where that fits in with what was presented.

    I agree and the documentary also states, that Original systems were usurped, torn down and replaced by the system of white lunacy with the establishment of capitalistic practices and creed.

    Can you say more about the 'tavistock war' and how it relates to what is shared in this documentary:?:


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    they work via theRoyal Institute of International Affairs to control and manipulate the IMF, World Bank, GATT na NAFtA.


    Tavistock are taste makers controlling what the "in thing" is fo billions.
     
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    :?: Do you think the IMF, World Bank, GATT and NAFTA have a clue that they are being "controlled" and "mainpulated" by the tavistock group via the Royal Institute:?:

    It is my sense from the documentary they are likely all part and parcel of the same crock representing this shystem:fyi::10500::whip:


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    Sure you right!!!, like Barry White used to say, they work like father and son to get the job done!



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