Hundreds of (black) teens attack pedestrians in downtown Chicago

 

Racism As Displayed By Steve | April 3, 2013 at 6:59 am | 

 

28 RESPONSES TO “HUNDREDS OF (BLACK) TEENS ATTACK PEDESTRIANS IN DOWNTOWN CHICAGO”quote-though-this-nation-has-proudly-thought-of-itself-as-an-ethnic-melting-pot-in-things-racial-we-have-eric-holder-86657Hundreds of (black) teens attack pedestrians in downtown Chicago.

Hundreds of (black) teens attack pedestrians in downtown Chicago

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“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”

In the hearts of the racist Hundreds of (black) teens attack pedestrians in downtown Chicago
Posted on April 1, 2013 by Dr. Eowyn | 28 Comments

“If you can convince the lowest white man he’s better than the best colored man, he won’t notice you’re picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to look down on, and he’ll empty his pockets for you.” ~
LYNDON B. JOHNSON, 1960, remark to Bill Moyers, “What a Real President Was Like,” Washington Post, 13 November 1988

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RESPONSES TO “HUNDREDS OF (BLACK) TEENS ATTACK PEDESTRIANS IN DOWNTOWN CHICAGO”
Mob of 400+ feral black teens loot NY shopping mall
In “crime”
Black flash mob robs store of $3,000
In “crime”
Hundreds of (black) teens attack pedestrians in downtown Chicago
In “Children”

 

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200 sons of Obama riot in Louisville, Kentucky

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200 sons of Obama riot in Louisville, Kentucky.”If you can convince the lowest white man he’s better than the best colored man, he won’t notice you’re picking his pocket. Hell, give him somebody to look down on, and he’ll empty his pockets for you.” ~

LYNDON B. JOHNSON, 1960, remark to Bill Moyers, What a Real President Was Like,” Washington Post, 13 November 1988

 

Fracking Drug Trade UN/NATO Africa

The US navy maintains soldiers in Guinea to fight the drug trade as well as piracy as part of an AFRICOM project, which also includes the coast of Cameroon, Nigeria and Benin

Up to 600 chemicals are used in fracking fluid, including known carcinogens and toxics. Dangerous chemicals used in fracking activities include:

Benzene
Methanol
Lead
Uranium
Mercury
Ethylene Glycol
Radium
Hydrochloric Acid
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Glyphosate is the generic version of the herbicide unmarked by Monsanto as Roundup
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Ferguson Fracking

“America is a police state, and

the police are a class above us all.”

To me, that sounds more like Nazi Germany than the United States.

To Arms!
It’s a disturbing comparison. We like to think that we live in a free country where most police officers abide by their duty to serve and protect – and where our constitutional rights are truly upheld.

But the reality is that the Pentagon has been arming local police forces to the tune of half a billion dollars per year, according to The Washington Post… and as we saw in Ferguson, these local battalions aren’t afraid to flex their newfound muscle.

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Specifically, the Defense Department’s excess property program “permits the Secretary of Defense to transfer, without charge, excess U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) personal property (supplies and equipment) to state and local law enforcement agencies.”

In total, the program has transferred $4.3 billion in equipment since its inception.

It’s disturbing that this arms transfer has gone (relatively) unnoticed until the Ferguson police decided to roll out like a full-blown infantry unit. But now that the nation sees what our friendly neighborhood police force really looks like, we need to ask ourselves: What’s the purpose?

There’s no reason for local law enforcement to have the same kind of firepower as the U.S. Army or Marines.

In the end, this trend won’t save lives or keep the peace. On the contrary, it’ll ensure that the police are capable of suppressing our most important rights, particularly in moments when we need them to protect and serve the most.

In Pursuit of the Truth,

Christopher Eutaw

Ferguson Children in trouble

 

Fracking Lawsuits

Up to 600 chemicals are used in fracking fluid, including known carcinogens and toxics. Dangerous chemicals used in fracking activities include:

Benzene
Methanol
Lead
Uranium
Mercury
Ethylene Glycol
Radium
Hydrochloric Acid
Formaldehyde

 

Common environmental

problems that can be caused

by fracking include the following:

Poisoned drinking water
Toxic sludge & waste
Polluted air
Mysterious animal deaths
Industrial Disasters
Explosions
Common illnesses related to fracking:

Cancer
Neurological damage
Sore throats
Headaches
Difficulty breathing

Who is at Risk

People who live within the vicinity of drilling of natural gas have made reports of foul smells in their water. Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Arkansas are just some of the states Simmons Hanly Conroy is investigating cases where hydraulic fracturing may have been linked to contaminated water, air and illnesses.

 

Hemp Contracts for the People not corporations/#prisonIndustry Monopoly

According to recent congressional research, the United States imports roughly half a billion dollars in hemp from other countries while retaining the illegality of its cultivation amongst its own farmers. The same research estimates the hemp market to consist of over 25,000 various products.
President Obama Signs Federal Legislation Removing Barriers for U.S. Industrial Hemp Cultivation; CannaVest Corp and US Hemp Oil Poised to Lead Resurgence of Domestic Industrial Hemp Industry

 

Hungry people will do anything for food. Those who control food supply can use it as leverage. Henry Kissinger

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A whopping 97 percent of all U.S. bank-held derivatives are concentrated in the hands of just FIVE institutions — JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Citibank and Wells Fargo. JPMorgan alone holds $79.9 trillion in derivatives — more than the grand total held by Bank of America and Citibank combined.
Martin D. Weiss

While the people are virtuous they cannot be subdued; but when once they lose their virtue then they will be ready to surrender their liberties to the first external or internal invader.” —Samuel Adams

Us prison industry takes world by storm

The work is done by Unicor, previously known as Federal Prison Industries. It’s a government-owned corporation, established during the Depression, that employs about 20,000 inmates in 70 prisons to make everything from clothing to office furniture to solar panels to military electronics.

One of the company’s high-tech specialties: Patriot missile parts. “UNICOR/FPI supplies numerous electronic components and services for guided missiles, including the Patriot Advanced Capability (PAC-3) missile,” Unicor’s website explains. “We assemble and distribute the Intermediate Frequency Processor (IFP) for the PAC-3s seeker. The IFP receives and filters radio-frequency signals that guide the missile toward its target.”

The missiles are then marketed worldwide — sometimes by Washington’s top officials. Last year, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates pitched the Patriots to the Turkish government last year, a diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks reveals: “SecDef stressed that ‘nothing can compete with the PAC-3 when it comes to capabilities.’”

Patriot assemblers Raytheon and Lockheed Martin aren’t the only defense contractors relying on prison help. As Rohrlich notes, Unicor “inmates also make cable assemblies for the McDonnell Douglas/Boeing F-15, the General Dynamics/Lockheed Martin F-16, Bell/Textron’s Cobra helicopter, as well as electro-optical equipment for the BAE Systems Bradley Fighting Vehicle’s laser rangefinder.”

Unicor used to make helmets for the military, as well. But that work was suspended when 44,000 helmets were recalled for shoddy quality.

Government agencies — with the exception of the Defense Department and the CIA — are required to buy goods from Unicor, according to a Congressional Research Service report (.pdf). And no wonder: the labor costs are bordering on zero. “Inmates earn from $0.23 per hour up to a maximum of $1.15 per hour, depending on their proficiency and educational level, among other things,” the report notes.

Last year, Unicor grossed $772 million, according to its most recent financial report (.pdf). Traditionally, inmate salaries make up about five percent of that total.

Unicor insists that the deal is a good one for inmates — and for the government. The manufacturing work offers a chance for job training, which “improves the likelihood that inmates will remain crime-free upon their release,” the company says in its report. (Some reports suggest that Unicor prisoners are as much as 24% less likely to return to crime.)

The work also keeps the inmates in check, Unicor insists. “In the face of an escalating inmate population and an increasing percentage of inmates with histories of violence, FPI’s programs have helped ease tension and avert volatile situations,

thereby protecting lives and federal property,” the company says. “Prisons without meaningful activities for inmates are dangerous prisons, and dangerous prisons are expensive prisons.”

children will lose out on good healthcare or treatment

Testing New Drugs on the World’s Poorest Patients, up to 80% of patients recruited in some developing countries are not informed about the nature of the study they are taking part in. In addition, many of them do not feel free to quit the trial, because they think that they or their children will lose out on good healthcare or treatment if they abandon it.