Black People : What could be done with information like this?

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  1. Writeous1

    Writeous1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    And that's 1990!

    This, in the hands of racist ....

    The crazy thing is, common sense tells you there has to be someone or more looking at a map of all the people in this country right now, but in more detail.

    (They've been able to see from space to an object the size of your face for many years.)


    -- Banks, Corporations, they all see us like this. People in government ...
    And they have all of our personal information.
    We don't know a thing about them ... compared to what they know about us.

    There's so many people constantly gathering information from us this has got to be the most probed population in human history.

    Examining all this data from ______, then thinking how they could get you to ______.
     
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    Don't believe the hype.

    Either this is based on Census or "Statistics." Even Europeans say "There are three types of lies: Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics."

    As to the Census, not too many people fill them out. So much of it is based on 'extrapolations' according to misguided sciences.

    On top of that, some of Census and Gallop (the polling people) rely on phone surveys. How many times in your whole life has Census called you, let alone have you answered them? That's how it is for most of us.

    In other words, this isn't as accurate as it looks. The margin of error is huge and the means of collection is flawed. Never mind that "Hispanic" doesn't really mean anything.

    By the by, when we get too caught up in their posturing, we lose out on using our potential. We're in need of organization. Nothing less.
     
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    Ethnic demographic maps have always been done. It is what it is





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    All US is to them is that we are the cattle. We are part the matrix machine. There to enrich the rich (matrix).

    I totally get the premise of your thread and agree with your overall comments.

    I don't think this is the question. IMO but what is causing this information to be "relevant" in the first place and to whom?

    That was a rhetorical question.
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa,




    ... Well said ABSiblings, well said indeed.


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    Don't believe the hype? You really think this is hype, or fake? You actually think you're not a dot on a map to the wealthy and powerful?
    Like I said, this is nothing, they are waaaay beyond this.

    It's not even about it being accurate to whatever degree, it's about how every person in this country is seen, and how easy it is to manipulate by race. Your comments are about Census and statistics.

    As I was saying, government is not the only ones with this type of information. The Census is definitely not the only means of collecting such data. Guaranteed, corporations, banks and the IRS have more detailed information, and with a very small margin of error, than a Census.

    People who are asleep can't organize.
     
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    One can easily disappear. It's wise to remember that 65% of homicides go unsolved. I.e. hardened detectives of the government can rarely tell if you up and go off someone tomorrow. They can be "waaaay" beyond a map but it's a lot of hype thinking government knows.

    It's even easier to manipulate the data in the opposite way. Whose to stop me from filling in "Asian" for the next Census? Many of our people are not even on the Census data.

    Which Corporations? Are you suggesting that the information McDonald's has on you is shared with a conspiracy of corporations? What does McDonald's really collect on you?

    Which Banks? Is there a conspiracy of Banks? What's in it for Carver Bank to share your information with Chase?

    The IRS? The IRS relies on what you report to them. This is why so many of our people are in trouble with not paying taxes.

    One can easily fall off of the grid. It's hype to think that one can't.

    So wake people up. Organization is important. Forget the hype. Organize.
     
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    Which corporations or which banks is the wrong question.
     
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    I'm sure that you can be more informative than that. "Each one, teach one."
     
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    Thinking government knows this information is hype?
    If that is what you're saying, consider election campaigns as one example.




    You brought in talks of "the Census."



    Any corporation with enough money, power, or connections can get access to such data. In order to maximize profits, they get such data.

    Ever heard of the terms "target population" and "target audience"?

    I'm not suggesting a thing about McDonald's, but I'm sure they know what certain people eat and drink the most and the least, and where in the country those people live



    I only said they have the information also.
    Which banks? Whichever banks want the info.
    Conspiracy of banks? Don't know what you mean.
    What's in it ... ? I didn't say anything about them sharing information (but I'm sure they do).

    If they wanted to advertise a certain credit card or loan to certain people ....




    ??? Ok.


    I am.


    I agree, but what I said wasn't hype.
     
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