Black People Politics : We're all Detroiters 2013

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  1. Asomfwaa

    Asomfwaa Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    To those unaware, it's being said Detroit declared Bankruptcy. Essentially, despite the super majority, Detroit may not be "Black" for long, as Whites planned and now are executing that plan to take Detroit from us.

    Watch out.





     
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    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary MEMBER

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    same thing is happening in chicago and all the major cities to a lesser degree....
    back in the late 90s and early 2000s when the jews were propagating this thug life mentality in music...
    this was there end game....to take back over the cities and move the "thugs" out...

    one love
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    :bowdown:
    I think I better shut up fold my hands and listen when you speak! :climb:
     
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    Excellent insight!
     
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    The 50 states are not separate. The borders are meaningless. There's nothing sovereign about them.

    "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild

    The truth is we are controlled by whomever controls our government. The corporations control the government so "these United States" might as well be "these United Corporations".

    The government has been fighting wars for decades on behalf of corporations. Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, admitted as much at a "DealBook" conference. They've stripped what power the states had and concentrated power at the federal level.

    When was the last time someone from Halliburton went to jail? It doesn't happen. Even when it's a proven fact that they've broken the law (as we've seen recently). How many bankers have been to jail?

    This is my take on it anyway...
     
  8. sekou kasimu

    sekou kasimu PanAfrikanist Revolutionary MEMBER

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    So why do they all have the same citizenship if they are 50 separate nations? :confused:
     
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    Nothing except the police and the U.S. military! :)
     
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    That may have been true, at least until 1861 when the civil war started. This was a pivotal point in securing federal power. Sovereignty resides with the people just about as long as the federal government allows it. I am being a bit hyperbolic but I think I can make a strong case on where the power lies.

    The Federal Reserve Bank is not a public bank subject to the whims of the public. It's a private bank with private shareholders. You are indeed correct when you say that would be corporatism. This is exactly what we're living under now.
     
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