Tagged With "Impact of Psychopaths on Society"

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How Will the 99% Deal with 70 Million Psychopaths?

sunnubian ·
Published on Friday, July 27, 2012 by Common Dreams How Will the 99% Deal with 70 Million Psychopaths? by Joe Brewer Did you know that roughly one person in a hundred is clinically a psychopath? These individuals are either born with an emotional deficiency that keeps them from feeling bad about hurting others or they are traumatized early in life in a manner that causes them to become this way. With more than 7 billion people on the planet that means there are as many as 70,000,000...
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Re: No more food inspections and for some, no more food, as Republican shutdown grinds along on Day 14

RadioRaheem ·
Re: No more food inspections and for some, no more food, as Republican shutdown grinds along on Day 14
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Re: No more food inspections and for some, no more food, as Republican shutdown grinds along on Day 14

Yemaya ·
Expect a repeat of this in January. The Tea Party/LIbertarian/GOP just bought some time to plan again....
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Re: No more food inspections and for some, no more food, as Republican shutdown grinds along on Day 14

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: Expect a repeat of this in January. The Tea Party/LIbertarian/GOP just bought some time to plan again....
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Re: How Will the 99% Deal with 70 Million Psychopaths?

Norland ·
Out of 6 billion people there are only 70 million psychopaths? Out of all these people, there's probably 70 million SANE people the way things are going these days. Right now, nobody's working with a full deck. A few of us just do a fairly good job of keeping it in check. In America right now, there are probably more guns than there are people, aimed and cocked and ready to fire.
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Re: How Will the 99% Deal with 70 Million Psychopaths?

Xumbrarchist ·
Originally Posted by Norland: Right now, nobody's working with a full deck. With all of this talk about EDUCATION why hasn't accounting been mandatory but English literature has been. The majority of people still hide good information from each other. The palefaces have used their ideas about Darwinism to rationalise what they call Capitalism. So how often do Black Americans share good information? We have bought into the COMPETITION CONCEPT. Xum
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No more food inspections and for some, no more food, as Republican shutdown grinds along on Day 14

sunnubian ·
Meteor Blades Follow RSS Daily Kos staff Profile Diaries (list) Stream Mon Oct 14, 2013 at 12:07 PM PDT No more food inspections and for some, no more food, as Republican shutdown grinds along on Day 14 by Meteor Blades Follow Email 81 Comments As my colleague Laura Clawson noted last week, the Republican shutdown of the federal government is literally taking food out of babies' mouths. In North Carolina, the state has stopped issuing vouchers for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program...
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Understanding The Impact Of Afrikan Spirituality - Dr. James Smalls

sunnubian ·
Understanding The Impact Of Afrikan Spirituality - Dr. James Smalls DR. JAMES SMALLS TEACHER, RESEARCHER, BLACK NATIONALIST, PAN-AFRIKANIST Dr. Smalls has been in the struggle since his teenage years. He is a former body guard of Malcolm X. His knowledge and calming delivery are influential elements to break the programming of mis-education. Brother Smalls is a leader in the struggle against Eurocentric distortion of world history in the educational system. Much of his expertise is found in...
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The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

sunnubian ·
The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From? Updated March 17, 2016 1:23 PM ET Published March 17, 2016 7:01 AM ET NICOLE PASULKA i 142nd Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem, New York City, circa 1927. Hulton Archive/Getty Images Since the Black Lives Matter movement gained national attention in 2013, organizers have pushed to prioritize voices of black queer and transgender women. Two of the three founders identify as queer , and along with drawing attention to...
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This is a Brilliant Take Down of Africans Who Ignore Disastrous Impact of Colonialism

sunnubian ·
This is a Brilliant Take Down of Africans Who Ignore Disastrous Impact of Colonialism By Ricky Riley - August 19, 2016 On the Aug. 14 edition of NTV Kenya’s “The Trend with Larry Madowo,” South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela talks about European colonialism and history in Africa. On the Aug. 14 edition of NTV ,” South African jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela talks about European colonialism and history in Africa. In the short clip, Masekela tells the host that Africa has the largest...
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Re: This is a Brilliant Take Down of Africans Who Ignore Disastrous Impact of Colonialism

Kocolicious ·
This influence is called BRAINWASHING. Just go ahead and say it. That's why it's hard for them to embrace their African roots cuz they still have CHAINS on their brains...in how they see themselves and their behavior toward each other and the outside world. There is no reason other than the constant propaganda surrounding the environment i.e. white is right, color stroke [called the caste system in India] and of course the inferiority complex many blacks carry with them DESPITE knowing that...
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Re: This is a Brilliant Take Down of Africans Who Ignore Disastrous Impact of Colonialism

sunnubian ·
The more you get to know about Africa and Africans, the more it seems that it is AFRICANS, out of all the Black people in the world, who need to learn their own history most of all. You know for a fact that Africans are oblivious to their own history, their TRUE history , because that is the ONLY way a Black person could EVER idolize White supremacy mythology , and continue to see life and the world through the eyes of a colonized slave.
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Re: This is a Brilliant Take Down of Africans Who Ignore Disastrous Impact of Colonialism

Norland ·
If white's all ya know, have never seen an African, how ya gonna idolize whatcha don't know? I don't know if I've ever seen an African or not; probably not. I saw my first and ONLY Japanese in the 70's when I was in Seattle, Washington. My first Mexican in Kansas City Mo., my first Native American from the west at the Native American Casino. I'm in a white state. Blacks predominantly 50 miles north; 50 miles south raise the most Hell. The small numbers here and 14 miles down the road act the...
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

sunnubian ·
Damn, I never knew there was such a stereotype.
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

GoodMan ·
They are talking about the studs that are pretty much men.
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

Norland ·
If one passes gas three times in this country while black, one could get life in prison. These white folks must laugh their flat asses off behind closed doors with all the shit they get away with doing to us with no absolutely no repercussions. They say: "These niggers think they're free, hahahahahahahahahaha, we'll show 'em"!!!!!!!! And they do!!!!!!!
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

Kocolicious ·
Know that when massa points at us....THREE focking fingers are aimed at him in a sense where he has rejected the light of homosexuality in his culture sooooooo of course he gon smear it on us....right? I remember that white Jazz musical Billy Lipton that went around pretending she was a man. No one knew until her death. But she had what they called man mannerisms but still no one tried to humiliate her. And let's not talk about other manly women like Mae West, Joan Crawford, Betty Davis and...
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

sunnubian ·
The way I see it, America's Racist Propaganda Machine is trying to disseminate another racist stereotype LIE designed to demean and defame Black women. They have tried EVERYTHING to defame and demean and destroy the image of the Black woman, and each time Black women rise above their b.s. lies and prove them wrong, exaggerated, and outright lies. So now they are going to try this outrageously false misinformation by preying on the specific demographic of Black women who just happen to be...
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

Kocolicious ·
I agree. It's a mind game....labeling us with who they really are. Homosexual MONSTERS. But!
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Re: The 'Criminal' Black Lesbian: Where Does This Damaging Stereotype Come From?

Norland ·
White men are mad because they need tweezers to help them find the squiggly.
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Re: [Something We Already Knew] Study: ‘Economic Despair’ Causes More Low-Income Youth to Drop Out of School, Lose Hope of Achieving Social Mobility

Kocolicious ·
Why it is sooooooooo important for black unity. I remember whole communities come together for the sake of black children. No more it seems. What the fock happened? I was talking to old hood rat [okay sorry but she made me mad]...about what was going on during those times. And she say....I did this and that to keep those kids from killin' each other. Child...you ain't went through what I've been through. " And I look at her....first I counted...then I say..."every body's experience is...
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Re: [Something We Already Knew] Study: ‘Economic Despair’ Causes More Low-Income Youth to Drop Out of School, Lose Hope of Achieving Social Mobility

Momentum ·
The racist corporate establishment knows this, which is why they told their political servants to stop creating policy that invests in rank and file Americans. They want a permanent working poor class and a permanent criminal class too so they may profit from despair while white people are lifted and given more opportunities through white privilege.
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Re: [Something We Already Knew] Study: ‘Economic Despair’ Causes More Low-Income Youth to Drop Out of School, Lose Hope of Achieving Social Mobility

sunnubian ·
Now this is a prime example of why there has to be UNIFICATION . She probably really believes she did all she could, but she was only one person. With UNIFICATION of a family, and/or group and/or community, when it's obvious that what she is/was doing is not working, there is someone else to step in with ideas, influence, time, wisdom. advice, or some de facto "scared straight" psychology or realism where deviant/troubled young males/ youth are concerned. The self-centered attitude of...
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Re: Incredible Futuristic African Architecture That Solves Problems

GoodMan ·
I am really worried about who is building these cities. It sounds like when the Mob built Havana, Cuba. Most of the building going on in West and Central Africa is done by the Chinese. Africans are not building none of their own shit. They let the Chinese do it and in return Africans give up raw materials. http://www.globalpolicyjournal...o-colonialism-africa For example, the proposed city in the Nigeria that was listed in the article. The city sounds like a damn playpen for rich people. ...
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Incredible Futuristic African Architecture That Solves Problems

sunnubian ·
Incredible Futuristic African Architecture That Solves Problems July 14, 2015 | Filed under: Business , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff African architecture AFRICANGLOBE – Architecture cropping up in Africa is achieving international acclaim for some of the most innovative and sustainable building designs in the world. In some cases it is a single building that has been designed to minimise impact on the environment or cope with environmental challenges. In other cases the architecture...
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[Something We Already Knew] Study: ‘Economic Despair’ Causes More Low-Income Youth to Drop Out of School, Lose Hope of Achieving Social Mobility

sunnubian ·
Study: ‘Economic Despair’ Causes More Low-Income Youth to Drop Out of School, Lose Hope of Achieving Social Mobility March 12, 2016 | Posted by David Love Tagged With: black boys education , black high school dropouts , economic inequality , income inequality , Socio-economic challenges Communities with high economic inequality also tend to have lower upward social mobility. The question is whether there is a causal relationship between the two, as a new study endeavors to answer. The...
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