California Sample Ballot Nov 2014 Nov 4

There is a very strong correlation, between a state voting for Republicans and receiving more in federal spending than its residents pay to the federal government in taxes (the rust belt and Texas being notable exceptions). In essence, those in blue states are subsidizing those in red states. Both red and blue states appear to be acting politically in opposition to their economic interests. Blue states are voting for candidates who are likely to continue the policies of red state subsidization while red states are voting for candidates who profess a desire to reduce federal spending (and presumably red state subsidization).

Proposition1 Water Bond. Funding for Water Quality, Supply, Koch should pay for the water he uses for Fracking – NO Brown Likes It I Hate It Brown loves Prison Industry and Bobby Jindal

Proposition2   State Budget. Budget Stabilization Account. NO

California General Election Familys back prop 47 abraham-lincoln-government-quotes-no-man-is-good-enough-to-govern-another-man 2014 JayZ_Prop 47 NOV 4

#Hemp Prop 47 Criminal Sentences. Misdemeanor Penalties. Initiative Statute.

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A YES vote on this measure means: Criminal offenders who commit certain nonserious and nonviolent drug and property crimes would be sentenced to reduced penalties (such as shorter terms in jail). State savings resulting from the measure would be used to support school truancy and dropout prevention, victim services, mental health and drug abuse treatment, and other programs designed to keep offenders out of prison and jail.

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Yes on 47
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Against
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Irish Stereotypes for U.S. President Barack Obama; U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden

United States is a Racialized society, racial classification, and the concept of race is a part of the American culture, where it is frequently used in political contexts

has the highest death rates caused by firearms in the developed world

Barack Obama  Joe Biden

of Irish descent

Obama greets local residents on Main Street in Moneygall, Ireland, May 23, 2011.  U.S. President Barack Obama greets local residents on Main Street in Moneygall, Ireland, May 23, 2011.

U.S. President Barack Obama greets local residents on Main Street in Moneygall, Ireland, May 23, 2011.

44th President 2009–present: Some of his maternal ancestors came to America from a small village called Moneygall, in County Offaly.His ancestors lived in New England and the South and, by the 1800s, most were in the Midwest.

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German-American Nationwide:According to the U.S. Census conducted in 2000, 42.8 million Americans German-American

15.2 of the total USA population 

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African Americans

in the United States

In 2013 US Census Bureau estimated

45,003,665 African Americans in the United States

14.1% of the total  USA population

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Irish Americans

in the United States

reported Irish ancestry in the 2008  36.2 million Americans— Irish Americans

11.9% of the total population—

 

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Stereotypes For Irish Americans

Irish Catholics were popular targets for stereotyping in the 19th century. According to historian George Potter, the media often stereotyped the Irish in America as being boss-controlled, violent (both among themselves and with those of other ethnic groups), voting illegally, prone to alcoholism and dependent on street gangs that were often violent or criminal. Potter quotes contemporary newspaper images

The difference between the Irish female “Bridget” and the Irish male “Pat” was distinct; while she was impulsive but fairly harmless, he was “always drunk, eternally fighting, lazy, and shiftless”. In contrast to the view that Irish women were shiftless, slovenly and stupid (like their male counterparts), girls were said to be “industrious, willing, cheerful, and honest—they work hard, and they are very strictly moral”.

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Americans believed that Irish men, not women, were primarily responsible for any problems that arose in the family. Even Irish people themselves viewed Irish men as the cause of family disintegration whereas women were “pillars of strength” that could uplift their families out of poverty and into the middle class.In this sense, Irish women were similar to their American counterparts as mothers with moral authority.

There were also Darwinian-inspired excuses for the discrimination of the Irish in America. Many Americans believed that since the Irish were Celts and not Anglo-Saxons, they were racially inferior and deserved second-hand citizenship. The Irish being of inferior intelligence was a belief held by many Americans. This notion was held due to the fact that the Irish topped the charts demographically in terms of arrests and imprisonment. They also had more people confined to insane asylums and poorhouses than any other group. The racial supremacy belief that many Americans had at the time contributed significantly to Irish discrimination.

 Irish Americans 11.9% of the total population—reported Irish ancestry in the 2008

 

The states with the most Irish populations:

California- 2,573,023                 (6.9%)

New York- 2,509,092               (12.9%)
Pennsylvania- 2,207,704         (17.4%)
Florida- 1,897,126                     (10.1%)
Texas- 1,886,844                       (7.5%)
Ohio- 1,625,166                         (14.1%)
Illinois- 1,598,702                     (12.4%)
Massachusetts- 1,521,511         (23.2%)
New Jersey- 1,335,209             (15.2%)
Michigan- 1,151,178                   (11.7%)
North Carolina- 869,820          (9.1%)
Missouri- 830,534                     (13.9%)
Virginia- 804,331                      (10.0%)
Georgia- 803,004                       (8.3%)
Indiana- 788,683                       (12.2%)
Washington- 785,664                (11.6%)
Tennessee- 707,732                    (11.1%)
Maryland- 683,240                    (11.8%)
Wisconsin- 651,840                    (11.5%)
Arizona- 624,091                          (9.7%)
Colorado- 613,526                       (12.2%)
Connecticut- 595,804                 (16.7%)
Minnesota- 582,386                    (11.0%)
Kentucky- 556,305                       (12.8%)

 

The states with the top percentages of Irish:

Massachusetts                        (23.2%)

New Hampshire                      (21.5%)
Rhode Island                           (19.2%)
Delaware                                   (18.1%)
Maine, Vermont                      (17.5%)
Pennsylvania                            (17.4%)
Connecticut                               (16.7%)
Montana, New Jersey            (15.2%)
Iowa                                           (14.9%)
West Virginia                           (14.4%)
Ohio                                            (14.1%)
Nebraska                                    (14.0%)
Missouri                                     (13.9%)
Wyoming                                    (13.4%)
New York                                     (12.9%)
Kansas, Kentucky                       (12.8%)
Oklahoma, Oregon                    (12.6%)
Arkansas                                      (12.5%)
Illinois                                          (12.4%)
Colorado, Indiana                      (12.2%)
Maryland                                     (11.8%)
Michigan                                      (11.7%)
Washington                                 (11.6%)
Wisconsin                                    (11.5%)
Tennessee                                     (11.1%)
Alaska, Minnesota                       (11.0%)
South Dakota                               (10.3%)
Florida                                           (10.1%)
Virginia                                         (10.0%)
New Mexico-       147,030           (7,15%, first ancestry)

 

After the large influx of Irish in the middle of the 19th century, many Catholic children were being educated in public schools. While officially nondenominational, the King James Version of the Bible was widely used in the classroom across the country, which Catholics were forbidden to read.[121] Many Irish children complained that Catholicism was openly mocked in the classroom. In New York City, the curriculum vividly portrayed Catholics, and specifically the Irish, as villainous.

Many Irish work gangs were hired by contractors to build canals, railroads, city streets and sewers across the country.[21] In the South, they underbid slave labor.[124] One result was that small cities that served as railroad centers came to have large Irish populations.[125]

In 1895, the Knights of Equity was founded, to combat discrimination against Irish Catholics in the U.S., and to assist them financially when needed.

Irish Americans (Irish: Gael-Mheiriceánaigh) are Americans who can trace their ancestry to the island of Ireland.

About 36.2 million Americans— Irish Americans 11.9% of the total population—reported Irish ancestry in the 2008

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German-American Nationwide:   15.2

North Dakota              46.8

Wisconsin                      43.9

South Dakota                44.5
Nebraska                       42.7
Minnesota                     38.4
Iowa                               35.7
Montana                       27.0
Ohio                               26.5
Wyoming                      25.9
Kansas                          25.8
Pennsylvania               25.4
Missouri                       23.5
Indiana                         22.6
Colorado                      22.0
Oregon                         20.5
Michigan                     20.4
Illinois                          19.6
Idaho                            18.8
Washington                18.8
Maryland                     15.7
Arizona                        15.6
Delaware                     14.3
Alaska                          14.2
Nevada                         14.1
West Virginia              14.0
Kentucky                     12.7
Oklahoma                   12.6
New Jersey                 12.6
Florida                         11.8
Virginia                       11.7
Utah                             11.5
New York                    11.2
Texas                            9.9
California                    9.8
Connecticut                9.8
New Mexico                9.8
North Carolina           9.5
Arkansas                      9.3
Vermont                       9.1
New Hampshire          8.6
Maine                            8.6
South Carolina            8.4
Tennessee                    8.3
Georgia                         7.0
Louisiana                     7.0
Massachusetts            5.9
Hawaii                         5.8
Alabama                      5.7
Rhode Island              5.7   (first ancestry)
District of

Columbia                   4.8
Mississippi                4.5

 

German-American Nationwide: 15.2

a stereotyped Jew conspires behind the scenes to control the Allied powers, represented by the British, American, and Soviet flags.

a stereotyped Jew conspires behind the scenes to control the Allied powers, represented by the British, American, and Soviet flags.

Nazi propaganda played a crucial role in selling the myth of the “national community” to Germans who longed for unity, national pride and greatness, and a break with the rigid social stratification of the past. But a second, more sinister aspect of the Nazi myth was that not all Germans were welcome in the new community. Propaganda helped to define who would be excluded from the new society and justified measures against the “outsiders”: Jews, Sinti and Roma (Gypsies), homosexuals, political dissidents, and Germans viewed as genetically inferior and harmful to “national health” (people with mental illness and intellectual or physical disabilities, epileptics, congenitally deaf and blind persons, chronic alcoholics, drug users, and others).

The laws affected some 450,000 “full Jews” (defined as those with four Jewish grandparents and belonging to the Jewish religion), and 250,000 others (including converted Jews and Mischlinge, those with some Jewish parentage), altogether slightly more than one percent of the German population. For months before the announcement of the “Nuremberg Laws,” the Nazi Party press aggressively incited Germans against racial pollution, with the presence of Jews in public swimming pools becoming a major theme.

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African Americans in the United States

 

In 2013 US Census Bureau estimated 45,003,665 African Americans in the United States meaning that

14.1% of the total

African-American USA population of

 

Year Number % of total
population % Change
(10 yr) Slaves % in slavery
1790 757,208              19.3% (highest) –                     697,681 92%

1800 1,002,037 1       8.9%                  32.3%                   893,602 89%
1810 1,377,808          19.0%                  37.5%                 1,191,362 86%
1820 1,771,656          18.4%                  28.6%               1,538,022 87%
1830 2,328,642        18.1%                   31.4%                2,009,043 86%
1840 2,873,648         16.8%                 23.4%                2,487,355 87%
1850 3,638,808        15.7%                  26.6%                  3,204,287 88%
1860 4,441,830        14.1%                    22.1%                  3,953,731 89%
1870 4,880,009       12.7%                     9.9% – –
1880 6,580,793        13.1%                    34.9% – –
1890 7,488,788       11.9%                     13.8% – –
1900 8,833,994       11.6%                     18.0% – –
1910 9,827,763        10.7%                     11.2% – –
1920 10.5 million     9.9%                      6.8% – –

1930 11.9 million                  9.7%                        9.7%

1940 12.9 million                  9.8%                     8.4% – –

1930 11.9 million                  9.7% (lowest) 13% – –

1940 12.9 million                  9.8%                     8.4% – –

1950 15.0 million                 10.0%                   16% – –
1960 18.9 million                10.5%                   26% – –
1970 22.6 million                11.1%                    20% – –
1980 26.5 million                11.7%                    17% – –
1990 30.0 million                12.1%                    13% – –
2000 34.6 million               12.3%                    15% – –
2010 38.9 million                12.6%                    12% – –

When Los Angeles was first established in 1781, of the 46 original settlers 26 were black or mulatto, meaning a mixture of African and Spanish origins. Blacks and mulattoes did not face legal discriminations until a period after the handover to the United States in 1848, when white southerners coming to California during the Gold Rush brought racist attitudes with them. 12 black people were registered as residents of Los Angeles in 1850. Because many blacks were enslaved, until abolition in 1865, few blacks migrated to Los Angeles. Due to the construction of the Santa Fe Railroad and a settlement increase in 1880, increasing numbers of blacks came to Los Angeles. 2,131 African Americans, the second largest black population in California, lived in Los Angeles by 1900.[1]

By 2010 census results

African Americans as percentage of local population, 2000.

African American population

density in the United States, 2000.
Rank State African-American Along

Population  %

African-American
1 Mississippi                     1,074,200                                   37.30%
2 Louisiana                       1,452,396                                       31.98%
3 Georgia                          2,950,435                                       30.02%
4 Maryland                       1,700,298                                       29.44%
5 South Carolina              1,290,684                                      28.48%
6 Alabama                         1,251,311                                        26.38%
7 North Carolina              2,048,628                                      21.60%
8 Delaware                         191,814                                           20.95%
9 Virginia                            1,551,399                                       19.91%
10 Tennessee                      1,055,689                                     16.78%
11 Florida                            2,999,862                                      15.91%
12 Arkansas                           449,895                                        15.76%
13 New York                       3,073,800                                       15.18%
14 Illinois                             1,866,414                                        14.88%
15 New Jersey                     1,204,826                                        14.46%
16 Michigan                         1,400,362                                        14.24%
17 Ohio                                 1,407,681                                         12.04%
18 Texas                              2,979,598                                         11.91%
19 Missouri                           704,043                                         11.49%
20 Pennsylvania                   1,377,689                                    10.79%
21 Connecticut                       362,296                                    10.34%
22 Indiana                               591,397                                     9.07%
23 Nevada                                  218,626                                  8.10%
24 Oklahoma                               277,644                                 7.96%
25 Kentucky                                  337,520                                7.71%
26 Massachusetts                          434,398                                  7.02%
27 California                                 2,299,072                                  6.67%
28 Rhode Island                                60,189                                    6.36%
29 Kansas                                         167,864                                    6.15%
30 Wisconsin                                 359,148                                     6.07%
31 Minnesota                                  274,412                                    4.57%
32 Nebraska                                       82,885                                   4.50%
33 Colorado                                      201,737                                 4.28%
34 Alaska                                            23,263                                4.27%
35 Arizona                                       259,008                                4.16%
36 Washington                               240,042                                 3.74%
37 West Virginia                               63,124                                  3.58%
38 Hawaii                                           21,424                                  3.08%
39 New Mexico                                  42,550                                  2.97%
40 Iowa                                                89,148                                   2.68%
41 Oregon                                           69,206                                     2.01%
42 Wyoming                                         4,748                                     1.29%
43 Utah                                                   29,287                                   1.27%
44 New Hampshire                                15,035                                      1.22%
45 South Dakota                                   10,207                                        1.14%
46 North Dakota                                    7,960                                        1.08%
47 Maine                                                15,707                                       1.03%
48 Idaho                                                9,810                                       0.95%
49 Vermont                                           6,277                                     0.87%
50 Montana                                          4,027                                   0.67%

14.1% of the total

African-American USA population of

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#MikeBrown:Should we eliminate all police officers because the Nazis used police officers to oppress and kill the Jews?

The Z.O.B., led by 23-year-old Mordecai Anielewicz, issued a proclamation calling for the Jewish people to resist going to the railroad cars. In January 1943, Warsaw ghetto fighters fired upon German troops as they tried to round up another group of ghetto inhabitants for deportation. Fighters used a small supply of weapons that had been smuggled into the ghetto. After a few days, the troops retreated. This small victory inspired the ghetto fighters to prepare for future resistance. On April 19, 1943, the Warsaw ghetto uprising began after German troops and police entered the ghetto to deport its surviving inhabitants. Seven hundred and fifty fighters fought the heavily armed and well-trained Germans. The ghetto fighters were able to hold out for nearly a month, but on May 16, 1943, the revolt ended. The Germans had slowly crushed the resistance. Of the more than 56,000 Jews captured, about 7,000 were shot, and the remainder were deported to camps.

The Proclamation of Freedom

emancipation |ɪˌmansɪˈpeɪʃ(ə)n|
noun [ mass noun ]
the fact or process of being set free from legal, social, or political restrictions; liberation:

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Carnival Cruise Liberia;Mitch McConnell Fleets Liberia:EBOLA SARS

You need only research how many ships are in Mitch McConnell, father-in-law’s fleet w/ BP Carnival Cruise routinely dumping toxic waste in Liberian Waters for profit; Former Carnival exec says he was fired for helping federal inquiry of Cruise line dumping;hundreds of cruise ships routinely dump human waste;garbage bags and plastic into the sea. As of 2009, cruise ships were routinely being caught violating the Alaska regulations of sewage, over a million gallons of grey water hazardous wastes have been attributed to Carnival Cruise Liberia. Registered in Liberia, protected from taxes and regulations, ship Fleet owners like, Mitch McConnell’s, British Petroleum’s and Chinese continue to dump SARS, EBOLA,bacteria-laden wastewater into our most valued resource, waters.

Here’s how the cruise lines have treated the planet over the last few years:
Enemies of the Environment? Costa, Crystal & P&O Cruises Flunk Cruise Ship Environmental Report Card, While Carnival & Royal Caribbean Receive “D+” (2012)
Cruise Ships Turn British Columbia Waters into “Toilet Bowel of Raw Sewage” (2010)
New Report Details Cruise Industry’s Record of Pollution (2009)
The cruise industry claims that it is the “guardian of the seas;” while dumping garbage bags and plastic materials into the waters of Brazil.CruisePollution 2

carnival cruise flies Liberia flag 2

Carnival Cruise Feces; Mich McConnell; BP Feces

cruise ships and waste dumping 2

Hemp Homes Liberia ECO Hemp Crete Homes 4 Sale Liberia Hemp FOOD FOR BP EBOLA politics_hemphouseLIBERIA Bantu-Oppor-Hemp-Heals Bantu-Oppor-GMO-and-Basic-Needs Slide04carnival cruise feces water wars 2 CruisePollution 2

 

 

Israel Grants Oil Rights in Syria to Fox News Murdoch Wall Street Journal

  • Israel Grants Oil Rights in Syria to Murdoch and Rothschild.  Murdoch, is Wall Street Journal and Fox News. www.craigmurray.org.uk/…/israel-grants-oil-rights-in-syria…
    Craig Murray Feb 21, 2013 – Israel Grants Oil Rights in Syria to Murdoch and Rothschild. by craig on … It is right between the ceasefire 1974 UNDOF lines Alfa and Bravo.

 

 

 

 

 

Israel and American Control of Blue State Tax Dollars

Israel and American Control of Blue State Tax Dollars

  • Murdoch says Obama win would be ‘nightmare for Israel’ www.jpost.com/…/Murdoch-says-Obama-win-would-…
    The Jerusalem Post Oct 14, 2012 – Media mogul Rupert Murdoch on Saturday Tweeted that the reelection of US President Barack Obama would be a “nightmare for Israel,” and …

 

  • Obama Signs Law Providing $225 Million for Israel‘s Iron Dome
    Israel Requested Funding to Speed Up Production of Components and to Maintain Stockpiles

http://online.wsj.com/articles/obama-signs-law-providing-225-million-for-israels-iron-dome-1407193842Israel on My Dime US Blue State DollarsBlue State Tax dollar quote on detroit Israel

 

 

  • UNDOF – United Nations Disengagement Observer Force

What does UNDOF stand for? UNDOF stands for United Nations Disengagement Observer Force. This definition appears very rarely :

Supervising ceasefire and disengagement agreement

From early March 1974, the situation in the Israel-Syria sector became increasingly unstable, and firing intensified. The United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) was established on 31 May 1974 by Security Council resolution 350 (1974) PDF Document, following the agreed disengagement of the Israeli and Syrian forces in the Golan.

Since then, UNDOF has remained in the area to maintain the ceasefire between the Israeli and Syrian forces and to supervise the implementation of the disengagement agreement. http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/missions/undof/

 

 

 

 

 

  • Golan heights | CounterPsyOps
    counterpsyops.com/tag/golan-heights/
    Sep 8, 2013 – Israel has granted oil exploration rights inside Syria, in the occupied Golan Heights … oil in Israel – include Rupert Murdoch and Lord Jacob Rothschild. … United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF), and their …

  • Uprooted Palestinian: URGENT: UNDOF Abandoned …uprootedpalestinians.blogspot.com/…/urgent-undof-abandoned-positions…Sep 17, 2014 – URGENT: UNDOF Abandoned Positions in Syrian Golan and are Stationed on the Israeli Side … established in 1974 between Syria and the Israeli enemy which occupies the Syrian Golan. ….. Ruppert Murdoch & Hezbollah’
  •  Israel Grants Oil Rights in
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    Feb 21, 2013 – Israel Grants Oil Rights in Syria to Murdoch and Rothschild. by craig on … It is right between the ceasefire 1974 UNDOF lines Alfa and Bravo.
. . . In a statement, the Sunday Times said the cartoon was aimed at Mr Netanyahu and his policies, not at Israel or Jewish people.

. . . In a statement, the Sunday Times said the cartoon was aimed at Mr Netanyahu and his policies, not at Israel or Jewish people.

Dan Gertler is getting richer but congolese people are getting poorer , Says "they should be happy he is taking their resources"

Dan Gertler is getting richer but congolese
people are getting poorer , Says “they should be happy he is taking their resources”

 Israel in Congo Today

Meanwhile Congo’s soldiers have never moved away from the role allocated to them by Leopold – as a force to coerce, torment and rape an unarmed civilian population.   

Dan Gertler  became billionaire thanks to Africa minerals resource.
Dan Gertler is an Israeli billionaire who made his fortune in Congo’s vast mineral trade. He’s just 38 years old and friend of President of Democrat Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila. Mr Gertler says he deserves a Nobel Prizes because Congo needs people like him who are investing their money in country. According to Mr Gertler arrogance “They need people like us, who come and put billions in the ground. Without this, the resources are worth nothing.”

$50 million values of minerals shipped from the Congolese city of Goma each Month and Congo’s global raking for production of the rare blue-grey metal tantalum is 3rd in World.

Lack of Economic expertise and combined with greedy to get rich quickly for the time they are power it is destroying African leaders judgments to improve the basics condition of living of African population. Also lack of a good education system in Africa is keeping its people oppressed or in darkness from corrupted African governments.Slide04

 

 

Of the Europeans who scrambled for control of Africa at the end of the 19th century, Belgium's King Leopold II left arguably the largest and most horrid legacy of all.

Of the Europeans who scrambled for control of Africa at the end of the 19th century, Belgium’s King Leopold II left arguably the largest and most horrid legacy of all.

 

 

King Leopold’s legacy of DR Congo violence
Mark Dummett
Former BBC Kinshasa correspondent

Of the Europeans who scrambled for control of Africa at the end of the 19th century, Belgium’s King Leopold II left arguably the largest and most horrid legacy of all.

While the Great Powers competed for territory elsewhere, the king of one of Europe’s smallest countries carved his own private colony out of 100km2 of Central African rainforest.

He claimed he was doing it to protect the “natives” from Arab slavers, and to open the heart of Africa to Christian missionaries, and Western capitalists.

Instead,the king unleashed new horrors on the African continent.

Torment and rape

Chopping hands

King Leopold's legacy of DR Congo violence

King Leopold’s legacy of DR Congo violence

The campaign to reveal the truth behind Leopold’s “secret society of murderers,” led by diplomat Roger Casement, and a former shipping clerk ED Morel, became the first mass human rights movement. Sadly,

Israel Dan Gertler in Congo Today

Meanwhile, have never moved away from the role allocated to them by Leopold – as a force to coerce, torment and rape an unarmed civilian population.