"Wisdom is knowing the truth, and telling it."~~Unknown
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
An Enemy Called Ignorance!
If Ron Paul is an example of how the Congressmen/Congresswomen think on Capitol Hill, people of color can forget about equal and fair treatment or justice. After all, in Ron Paul's book, Blacks are animals and Martin Luther King Day is "Hate Whitey Day". Ron Paul's logic is a little unbalanced seeing how Martin Luther King did not preach hatred of anyone. Too bad I can't say the same for Ron Paul. Yup! Ron Paul was badmouthing Martin Luther King who was a man who believed in nonviolence. Did I tell you that Ron Paul has ties to different white supremacist and neo-nazis folks and organizations?
There is no denying that Ron Paul is a piece of work and a full pledge racist. How did a man who does not represent all of the people get sent to Congress seeing how those up on Capitol Hill are supposed to be representing the people in their state or district? According to Ron Paul, Black people are not people in his book, they are animals. It sorta gives you a glimpse of what those that voted him in political office think about black people since his newsletters do not hide any of his true beliefs.
If I were Mr. President, I'd have the Secret Service men watching Ron Paul day and night and pray that Ron Paul hasn't infilitrated the Secret Service with his white supremacist friends. And it wouldn't be a bad idea to have him stripped searched on a daily basis. I'm just saying! That Ron Paul is not exactly people of color friendly and that includes half-people of color. Mr. President you can't trust those folks up on Capitol Hill nowadays because quite a few of them are longing for the good ole boy days of Dixie and cotton and Ron Paul is definitely one of them. One thing is for sure, the President really believes in keeping his enemies close. However if you ask me Ron Paul is a little too close for comfort.
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Questions From A Black Woman's Journey
All of my life I observed people and often wondered why hatred between the human beings exists. As a black woman I have experienced it proliferated towards my people and me in myriad extreme and often subtle forms in which one could ever imagine toward a group of people.
One day, while meditating I asked the question why do people hate so much not knowing that this question would take me on a journey that would lead to an answer which has been one of the greatest deceptions in the history of mankind.
My journey has led me to the place that I am now, which is fighting against injustice, inequality, and enslavement of the minds of my people by the pharaohs of today.
Lord knows I am not perfect, nor do I profess to be. Neither are my people and no human being on earth is as a matter-of-fact. There are human flaws in every single race.
So, then my question is what gives one race the idea that they should have control over all others?