The world will never allow apartheid in South Africa or Nazism in Germany to take root again.
We ask that you help Black America ensure Trump and the Confederacy never rise again by boycotting the STATE OF TEXAS, FLORIDA AND GEORGIA for next 10 years.
You have just witnessed firsthand the sheer terror that Black Americans has endured everyday in America for the past 400 years. They have taken over the Democratic Party and are now terrorizing law abiding Black and Brown Americans with stop & frisk in NYC.
TEXAS, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA MUST PAY FOR TERRORIZING TRANS CHILDREN AND WOMEN RIGHT TO CHOOSE.
Red States must pay for locking children in cages, insurrection and terrorizing minorities in America. If not Trump and his Magats will rise again.
NYC BEFORE WE FIGHT OUR KNOWN ENEMIES THIS ELECTION SEASON
WE MUST RECALL OUR GENERATION'S BLACK BENEDICT ARNOLD,
HE'S A BLACK NAZI WORKING FOR BLOOMBERG'S WHITE SUPERMACISTS
GOP IN 2022, TRAVEL BANS ARE TWO-WAY STREETS.
VISIT SACRAMENTO HAD NO RIGHT TO INTERFERE IN FREE MARKET CAPITALISM
TOUR OPERATORS FROM BROOKLYN
ARE NATURAL BORN PREDATORS IN
Our global goal should be widest-spread well-being, but all these grifters are massively slowing us down.
We’re all trying to swim, and they’ve shackled us with a lead parachute.
Welcome to the Vampire Economy.
Let’s take a look at six of the leading extractivist freeloaders:
You need money for a house.
You go to the bank and ask for a mortgage.
A banker types on a computer and creates credit in your account.
Now you have to work a real job to earn real wealth so you can pay back fake credit with real cash plus real interest.
Most people have no idea that over 90% of all new money is created by banks.
Because banks and bankers make (not earn) so much more than everyone else, they get to bid up prices for every single asset they desire.
And they want everything.
2. Zombie companies
WeWork, Lyft, Airbnb, Dropbox, Pinterest, Snapchat, Uber, Zillow, Spotify… guess what they all have in common?
They don’t make a profit.
The last two years have been nothing short of challenging, exhausting, and simply horrific. In the US, division was already strong between Trump supporters and non-Trump supporters. Still, the pandemic exacerbated these divisions to epic proportions, and then they permeated every nook and cranny of our lives. I’ve watched friendships, marriages, and families be detonated because of politics, masks, vaccines, and more. And I’ve seen hatred, condescension, and intolerance from people all along the political spectrum regarding these topics.
As most people who read my work know, I’m not a fan of politicians or political parties. I don’t subscribe to any of it. Leaders worthy of deep praise and admiration like the late Vaclav Havel are rare––he wasn’t even American!––and they certainly aren’t the career politicians of today. I don’t care which side of the aisle politicians claim to be on, they are two sides of the same coin. They are mostly self-serving. Don’t believe me? Name one career politician on the national level in the US who hasn’t become wealthy during their time in office. Name one that isn’t in the pocket of some big lobby or foreign government.
"To be clear, this is NOT a return to Stop, Question, and Frisk – nor is it ‘policing for numbers,'” Sewell said in an emailed statement. “This enforcement will be responsive to community complaints and concerns, and will address the violent crime patterns officers and detectives are confronting. This is precision-policing aimed at reducing violence in the neighborhoods seeing disproportionate numbers of shootings – and it is what the public is demanding.”
Though Sewell emphasized that the new policy is not stop and frisk policing, Bronx Defenders Managing Director of Impact Litigation Jenn Rolnick Borchetta said the only difference is “wordplay.” The Legal Aid Society called it a reinstatement of Giuliani-era broken windows policing.
“Make no mistake: these are stop-and-frisk units that will target Black and brown people, and New Yorkers who want both safety and equality should be very concerned,” Rolnick Borchetta said. “We should be asking why the city continues to throw more money into failed policing tactics.”