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BlackScratchFever

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Don't know if the site will let me post this, but I just had a friend email me this link. Guy is supposedly arguing for reparations.

I can't post links yet, but if you go to blogtalkradio dot com and search The URC Show you can find the reparations show that way. I'll pm Destee the link so she can post it here.
 

Clyde C Coger Jr

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Don't know if the site will let me post this, but I just had a friend email me this link. Guy is supposedly arguing for reparations.

I can't post links yet, but if you go to blogtalkradio dot com and search The URC Show you can find the reparations show that way. I'll pm Destee the link so she can post it here.



Got it (less than 20 minutes, real time, before air time):

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Should the US Government pay reparations for slavery?

Should the United States government pay reparations to African-Americans for slavery? Join URC Saturday night at 10 p.m. Eastern 7 p.m. Pacific to discuss!
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/urc/2013/06/16/should-the-us-government-pay-reparations-for-slavery
 

Clyde C Coger Jr

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Don't know if the site will let me post this, but I just had a friend email me this link. Guy is supposedly arguing for reparations.

I can't post links yet, but if you go to blogtalkradio dot com and search The URC Show you can find the reparations show that way. I'll pm Destee the link so she can post it here.

Thanks BlackScratchFever for passing on this information. I must admit, it was interesting to listen to white folk support Reparations for African-Americans. The Host laid out a powerful 4 point Compensation Argument for Reparations. His guests and or callers could not, and did not pose any serious argument refuting the Host. The best they could say is that the Government can't afford it. I particularly enjoyed listening to the Host calling their comments BS, and then offered real reasons why said comments were unreal and unbelievable.

If you are interested in learning more about where the case for Reparations stands, below is a link you might like:





Peace In the Spirit of Sankofa and thanks again brother,
 
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Kamau47

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Personally, I'm all in for reparations.
But if they can't afford it, then them just getting their foot off my neck and that target off my back will suffice. I'll take it from there.
 

THE-GOD

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I don't know why PEOPLE EVEN ENTERTAIN REPARATION TALK, IT AINT HAPPENING. I'm not even going to watch the video.
 

Clyde C Coger Jr

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Personally, I'm all in for reparations.
But if they can't afford it, then them just getting their foot off my neck and that target off my back will suffice. I'll take it from there.



LOL, we need sumpt'n don't we. Actually, they can afford it, the money they give to Israel alone would nearly suffice:



The Cost of Israel to US Taxpayers

By Richard H. Curtiss
Former U.S. Foreign Service Officer
The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
For many years the American media said that “Israel receives $1.8 billion in military aid” or that “Israel receives $1.2 billion in economic aid.” Both statements were true, but since they were never combined to give us the complete total of annual U.S. aid to Israel, they also were lies—true lies.
Recently Americans have begun to read and hear that “Israel receives $3 billion in annual U.S. foreign aid.” That's true. But it's still a lie. The problem is that in fiscal 1997 alone, Israel received from a variety of other U.S. federal budgets at least $525.8 million above and beyond its $3 billion from the foreign aid budget, and yet another $2 billion in federal loan guarantees. So the complete total of U.S. grants and loan guarantees to Israel for fiscal 1997 was $5,525,800,000.

http://ifamericansknew.org/stats/cost_of_israel.html
 

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