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French MP Demands Inquiry Into Murder of Thomas Sankara

sunnubian ·
French MP Demands Inquiry Into Murder of Thomas Sankara February 14, 2013 | Filed under: Africa , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff Martyr Thomas Sankara AFRICANGLOBE – A French left-wing Member of Parliament is calling on the government of France to shed light on the assassination of former Burkina Faso president Thomas Sankara in a coup d’État 25 years ago. Communist MP AndrÉ Chassaigne says a commission of inquiry should investigate the coup that was then supported by CÔte d’Ivoire,...
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Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’

sunnubian ·
Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’ May 1, 2014 | Posted by Nick Chiles Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi faced a phalanx of reporters on Capitol Hill yesterday and refused to back down from inflammatory statements made during a weekend interview when he called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas an “Uncle Tom,” and declared that racism was driving virulent Republican opposition to President Obama. The comments were made during Thompson’s...
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GoodMan ·
I don't know how I feel about this. First of all, Uncle Tom was a good guy that stood up to Master, even though he was nonviolent and all of that. The traitor is Sambo. Even though Euro Americans butchered Uncle Tom's Cabin when performing it in plays. Anyway. I wish brothers and sisters would stop attacking other brothers and sisters all the time with these traitorous slurs when a brother or sister doesn't believe or do anything they do not like. It's been going on since the since the days...
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Re: Mississippi Congressman Doesn’t Back Down After Calling Clarence Thomas ‘Uncle Tom’

sunnubian ·
"First of all, Uncle Tom was a good guy that stood up to Master, even though he was nonviolent and all of that." ******************************************************* It is a pity that people, even or especially Black people, have misconstrued "Uncle Tom's" character into being the opposite of what he really was. So, you are correct, Representative Thompson should have never called Clarence Thomas an "uncle tom" , because what Clarence Thomas really is, is a housenigger; that's what...
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Norland ·
Rep. Thompson failed to mention that when you look into Clarence's big red eyes, it'll make ya make a flying dash to your medicine cabinet to reach for the VISINE and Kleenex to wipe your tears away.
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Kocolicious ·
Sista Sunnubian wrote: So, you are correct, Representative Thompson should have never called Clarence Thomas an "uncle tom" , because what Clarence Thomas really is, is a housenigger; that's what Representative Thompson should have called him, and is probably what Representative Thompson really meant. Exactly. My sista! Exactly. But!
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William Thomas Shorey, Known affectionately as the Black Ahab

sunnubian ·
Options "Warrior's of Black Consciousness" · 107,538 like this 14 hours ago · Edited · Century American whaling ship captain known to his crew as the Black Ahab Known affectionately as the Black Ahab, William Thomas Shorey was born on January 25, 1859 on the island of Barbados in the British West Indies. In 1875 he shipped to Boston as a cabin boy and in the next year made his maiden voyage on a whaler. ------------------------ Click to listen to A celebration of Black History on The Gist of...
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Detroit Engineer Develops Coding Program to Teach Teens Tech Skills in a Gutted Out School Bus

sunnubian ·
Detroit Engineer Develops Coding Program to Teach Teens Tech Skills in a Gutted Out School Bus By Ricky Riley - September 16, 2016 Screenshot In recent years, Detroit’s fledgling school system and constant infighting between teachers and governmental officials has dominated national headlines. That infighting and bitterness came to a head in May when teachers staged a sickout. The protest addressed the uninhabitable classroom conditions — mold, inoperable restrooms, and broken air...
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Norland ·
It would be nice if you could find a building that could provide more necessities, like a toilet, washing facilities and some clean water from some damn where. What are you going to do for heat? Knowledge is power, but it's hard to gain if one's uncomfortable, cold. Why don't you see if Will Smith has one of his old buses laying around on his mansion grounds? Have you see his bus? It probably has a swimming pool in it. One of those would make the kids comfortable and geniuses after about 10...
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According To This Demented Author Thomas Jefferson Raping Sally Hemings Was A Love Story

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According To This Demented Author Thomas Jefferson Raping Sally Hemings Was A Love Story By Editorial_Staff - Apr 20, 2016 Thomas Jefferson like most of America’s “Founding Fathers” were nothing but the worst of humanity. AFRICANGLOBE – A new historical novel about Thomas Jefferson is raising eyebrows. Stephen O’Connor’s Thomas Jefferson Dreams of Sally Hemings , which came out on Tuesday, is about our third president’s relationship with Sally Hemings, the woman he enslaved. DNA evidence has...
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Norland ·
As many penis issues white men have, why are we concerned where Jefferson poked his dingaling. He probably was with Sally for a few and with Jigaboo his bed warmer soon after. What do white men know about love? All they know is money and killing. Right now, they don't know where to pee. Something's wrong with these creeps.
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Re: The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

Kocolicious ·
As I said earlier the bible, talmud and qu'ran. Are just manuals to justify SLAVERY. It is part of the patriarchal rule. And sex slavery came before domestic slavery. And eunuchism came as a result of men being held captive from war....except in Asia where Chinese/Japanese men willingly castrated themselves to join the military....and that's where homosexuality thrived. But!
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Norland ·
White people are INSANE. No one knows where these creeps originated. You tube says they're not human. They're forever kissing dogs and every other animal they own. Watch National Geographic for a day. Hit those veterinarian shows. They'd kiss a Grizzly, if it would let them and own one too. I've seen so many arms up cows' asses, feces flowing out by the buckets full/boots full, castrations, calves born, yanked from wombs; hamburgers and steaks are no longer appealing to me in any shape nor...
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Kocolicious ·
Sista Norland wrote: White people are INSANE. No one knows where these creeps originated. You tube says they're not human. They're forever kissing dogs and every other animal they own. Watch National Geographic for a day. Hit those veterinarian shows. They'd kiss a Grizzly, if it would let them and own one too. I've seen so many arms up cows' asses, feces flowing out by the buckets full/boots full, castrations, calves born, yanked from wombs; hamburgers and steaks are no longer appealing to...
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Kocolicious ·
@ Sista Sunnubian. Good info They need to plaster this on the Catholic Church wall [for blacks to see]. So African Americans can DECIDE whether or not if they REALLY wanna be Catholics let alone Christians. The only good thing about Christianity is it saved women and children from being sexually mutilated [FGM, castration] and held the mother Mary in high regard even though all the angels were deemed male until later on in the I think the 15th century. Other than that? It's been the slave...
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sunnubian ·
Catholicism is a biggger problem for Africans on the Continent and Black people throughout the diaspora in places other than America. I say a 'bigger' problem for them, because, unlike with African America, the Catholic Church [the same entity that sanctioned enslaving Black people's ancestors ( in perpetuity) and for stealing Africans' land and wealth] has a stronghold in those places. But, since the majority of Africans, just like Black people throughout the diaspora, do not know their own...
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Kocolicious ·
I agree my sista. It is a bigger problem associated with other problems in-house that Africans and African America refuse to act on. But in my view one of the biggest problems we have? Is refusing to take that mental chain off our brains. I know that it's hundreds of years of conditioning but we have the ability to read and write and use our cognitive capacity to move forward and become our own heroes. But when you have been stuck in a mental pattern for generations....it HARD for many to...
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Norland ·
There's lots of THEIR blood flowing through our veins from SLAVERY, and let's not forget ever, there's lots of OUR blood flowing through THEIR VEINS from slavery and every thing else that occurred in this country. They're always FUCKING black something or another; they just don't talk about the situation. Their blood's FLOWING through everything breathing probably. Fucking's #2 on their brain after killing and slaughtering; #3's MONEY. That's it with these WHATEVERS. I see folks on TV and...
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Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

sunnubian ·
Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community In an enormous decision important for the Black community, the Supreme Court yesterday ruled that it is a constitutional violation for police to prolong a traffic stop to try to find evidence of illegal activity if it means the stop will take longer than the time necessary to complete the issuing of a routine traffic ticket . The court’s 6-3 decision means that police who are tempted to go on...
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The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery

sunnubian ·
The Role of the Roman Catholic Church in Slavery November 2, 2015 Editor Some historians argue that if churches had used their power, the Atlantic slave trade might have never occurred. By the same logic, others argue that the Catholic church and Catholic missionaries could have also helped to prevent the colonization and brutality of colonialism in Africa. However, history shows that the Catholic church did not oppose the institution of slavery until the practice had already become infamous...
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RadioRaheem ·
“We can’t keep bending the Fourth Amendment to the resources of law enforcement,” Sotomayor said . “Particularly when this stop is not incidental to the purpose of the stop. It’s purely to help the police get more criminals, yes. But then the Fourth Amendment becomes a useless piece of paper.” --I love Justice Sotormayor....she understands the situation that people of color are in. I wish we had a Black Man on the court, like we did when Thurgood Marshall was there
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RadioRaheem ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: I had that issue and kept my subscription throughout college...until they folded
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

GoodMan ·
Sooo how are they gonna enforce this or this is more bullshit from the Supreme Court and US Gov't. I mean at a certain point we just gonna have to call bullshit and none of these damn laws do us any favors. All it is loose talk, platitudes and cliches. I mean we gonna have timers now? How long is too fucking long? First we need cameras, now we need timers. At a certain point, either the USA gov't, Satan himself, gonna need to have a sit down with Black people and talk openly. "What is your...
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Norland ·
We need a "White People Leave the African Alone Under All Circumstances" Law. We need a law, "Every person that kills an African Anything" will be sued immediately for 5 million dollars. The way these white men and black men are killing us, we may be extinct in 5 to 10 years. That's called "Hatred Off the Charts for No Damn Reason." It's obvious to anyone that's not deaf, dumb and blind, that these ex-Europeans do not like the fact Africans are living in this country with them. If they...
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

sunnubian ·
"Sooo how are they gonna enforce this or this is more bullshit from the Supreme Court and US Gov't." **************************************************************** It's really b.s., and here's why: Once police pull over a motoris, they cannot detain him without reasonable suspicion that he has done something worse than violate a traffic law . The phrase, "reasonable suspicion" is the clandestine 'out', and therefore, sanction for police to continue doing exactly what they are doing now...
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

GoodMan ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: "Sooo how are they gonna enforce this or this is more bullshit from the Supreme Court and US Gov't." **************************************************************** It's really b.s., and here's why: Once police pull over a motoris, they cannot detain him without reasonable suspicion that he has done something worse than violate a traffic law . The phrase, "reasonable suspicion" is the clandestine 'out', and therefore, sanction for police to continue doing...
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Norland ·
9 folks telling 300 million how to do the do, what's legal and what's not legal. 9 folks; one having roots in Italy and the black man having major kickability on the Coon Train makin' the rules and regulations for us all. The "supremes" of the "Superiors". "White" folks always have 'slammin' names for themselves, don't they???
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