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Field said lol I think the "racism tour&quo...

2013-05-29T19:06:12.269-04:00

Field said lol

I think the "racism tour" starts Monday. Good luck Mr. Diene, although you won't need it, you are going to find that A-merry-cans are some of the most polite people that you will ever meet.
------------------------------------------Milagros said

YUP and he will find out just what hue he is and that da merikkk nn man hates him because they suspect he has a BIGGER pkg hmm i wonder why??? ))))));) But that the cavewoman will capture him with the quickness

Ps be careful dou watch your pkg they like to examine strange fruit






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In getting to know some of the posters on this par...

2008-05-27T05:27:00.000-04:00

In getting to know some of the posters on this particular blog I am able to stitch together their arguments said on one particular subject and then apply it to those said on another. (Look and learn Christopher)My friend mellaneous.Recall last week that we were debating about CORPORATIONS and CAPITALISM?Could you tell me why YOU would be interested in having Black people to participate as co-conspirators in this system while working on WALL STREET? In my estimation Wall Street should be a contaminated area for your ideology. (That is IF you have any consistency represented within your thoughts as it is applied to the real world).What good is it to your cause to have a BLACK MAN do just as a WHITE MAN has done? When I register my trades on Charles Schwab - do I see anything different based on the race or gender of the "Little Eichmann" ?(as your boy Professor Ward Churchill called them) [quote]In some cities Blacks are still suing to get into what have become white job trusts. Black firefighters in some places still struggle.[/quote]Wow. A few years ago when the new Black sheriff of Clayton County Georgia came in and cleared house - the WHITE FOLKS he fired filed a lawsuit charging racial discrimination. Are you pointing to something that is particularly unique to "oppression of Black folks" here?[quote] And Wall Street is reportedly one of the biggest discriminators against qualified potential Black stock brokers.[/quote]See above mellaneous. CONSISTENCY of your reasoning is important.[quote]No brother the institutional racism thing is really killing us.[/quote]Gee after reading this month's edition of Ebony Magazine and their story on GUN VIOLENCE across America's big cities......I figured that it was the THUGS that are killing us. Shame on me for THINKING. (Right Christopher?)[quote] The unequal education, unequal access to health care, underemployment and even the red- lining that is still going on is damaging us almost as much as it used to its just not framed in Jim Crow lingo any more.[/quote]Simply freaking amazing.Unequal Education - WHO IS RUNNING THE SCHOOLS WHERE BLACK FOLKS ARE MOST CONCENTRATED? (hint Black Democrats) You seek to INCREASE their power rather than hold them accountable for their failures to IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF THE EDUCATION YOU RECEIVE.Unequal Access To HealthcareThis is not what you want mellaneous. You want the COSTS of health care ABSTRACTED from the CONSUMPTION of health care. Let us be real. Let us be honest. As I debate the "Black QUASI-SOCIALIST Progressive-Fundamentalist Racism Chasers" (my more functional label for Black Liberals) I try to get you all to SEE THE COSTS of your flawed strategy as it is born upon OUR PEOPLE! It comes as no surprise that I think that your entire package of economic theory is whack.You want to make health care a function of YOUR RIGHTS as an American citizen. Since the STANDARD OF CARE is a function of technology and the skills that the practitioners bring to the table and the aggregate money available to pay for all of the above - the only thing that you can see to do is to shift the MONEY from the "point of care" over to the TAX SYSTEM of the country.UnderemploymentIs it that or is it UNDERSKILLED? If you are not conscious of what your ACTUAL VALUE is per the skills that you bring to the table then no doubt you will be inclined to think that it is actually HIGHER than the benefit that someone actually is obtaining from your unit of labor. Indeed you and others seek to make this wage rate a function of THE EMPLOYEES NEEDS rather than the actual value of the contribution to the business process. When the EMPLOYEE recognizes that his lifestyle demands more money HE WILL ACQUIRE MORE SKILLS that are worth more for sale in the labor market.Redliningmellaneous - you are a loan officer at a major evil capitalistic bank. Your job is to GROW the loan portfolio or GET FIRED.You run across this story about Clayton County Georgia - a [...]



[quote]Whenever I see one of (Un)Constructive Feed...

2008-05-27T04:51:00.000-04:00

[quote]Whenever I see one of (Un)Constructive Feedsack's posts I can't help but be reminded of this George Bernard Shaw quote:[/quote]

Isn't that special Christopher?

Can I give you a hint about my analysis of you thus far Christopher?

You are an attack dog. Slander is your middle name.

You say that "I" don't think?

I bet you and anyone else on this blog to make liberal use of ANYTHING THAT I HAVE POSTED and tear it apart. Point to the illogic, lies or misrepresentations.

Since "I don't think" it should be relatively easy for you, shouldn't it Christopher?

It seems to me that I am a check on your RANTINGS and thus anyone who makes you justify your spiel is a problem for you.



Bob,I hope you weren't referring to me. That was y...

2008-05-26T20:56:00.000-04:00

Bob,

I hope you weren't referring to me. That was years ago, but I am sure that the same applies today, and that is what real folks do for each other; black, white, Hispanic, whatever.

Prejudice is insipid. disgusting, and weaves its tangled web throughout all of society, whether poor, rich, or middle class. It has no fabric but evil.

I am not some snooty white bee-atch. I have lived in some gritty neighborhoods all throughout the country and I know how to behave in most situations. Fear is not in my middle name, nor is stupidity. I have a healthy respect for myself and my body. I do not think that where I have been or what I have done is beyond anyone, whatever color, stripe or sexual preference. And I highly object to being made fun of or source humor in a humorless subject. My life has been one of repectful dignity and total disregard for prejudice, whatever form it takes...and I have been on the receiving end from Native Americans in the West. Though humiliating, it was an interesting experience.

With pride, I am without prejudice and do not see color in folks unless they provoke the race card. Then, I turn about and move on. I am not interested in you for your color, only for your humanity.

As I constantly say, RESUME THE DRAFT, and then we will see the end to injustice, whatever color, stripe or sexual orientation. FAIR AND BALANCED IS THE END OF GENOCIDE FOR FOLKS WHO WERE FORCED TO SIGN UP FOR THE ATROCITY THAT IS "A POLICE ACTION" WITHOUT WARRANT!!! Whatever color, it is wrong to send the mostly poor to a "war" which is not a war but a means to some evil end.

And, the poor innocents, who had to leave their fellow brethren behind due to injuries which brought them home, to a country that could care less about their mental stability.

Whitney Brown




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Hello Mr. Field, How do I get my picture in the c...

2008-05-24T21:40:00.000-04:00

Hello Mr. Field,

How do I get my picture in the comment section?



[This is in response to a comment earlier. They sh...

2008-05-24T19:28:00.000-04:00

[This is in response to a comment earlier. They should be able to make the connection...]

It never ceases to amaze me the shallow mind of a conservative. If it isn't happening to them, it isn't happening.

If they are healthy, so is everybody else. If they have never been discriminated against neither has anybody else. If they are well off so is everybody else. If they can work, so can everybody else.

And it doesn't matter the race, creed or color of a person. And it didn't take much for me to get a true idea of the mind set behind the words.

Can Field present facts presenting how Americans segregate themselves? Does he need to? You can go to many schools in the nation and see for yourself. You can go to any prison and see the existence of racism in this country. You can go to any large city, small town, burg or parish and see it for yourself.

The UN needs to have someone come here and point out an obvious? It really is to me obvious enough.

-=t=-



Racism? If we had racism you think we'd allow some...

2008-05-24T05:11:00.000-04:00

Racism? If we had racism you think we'd allow some U.N. guy walk around freely? Heck we ain't got no stinkin' racism. See how nice we are to each other? Ride buses together & all nowadays.



Field,It is actually easy for a White American to ...

2008-05-23T21:52:00.000-04:00

Field,

It is actually easy for a White American to confess feelings of racism to an African by framing it as "you are different". So the Senegalese won't have much problems getting "confessions".



BlackWomenBlowTheTrumpet-Ummm...you will have to c...

2008-05-23T18:56:00.000-04:00

BlackWomenBlowTheTrumpet-

Ummm...you will have to convince me that it is not the case. I have experienced, heard, studied and seen enough to say the opposite.

I'm no where near saying that Hispanics are racist but do people know the realities of the issue of race in Spanish speaking countries like Honduras, Cuba, Columbia, DR, PR etc... do people not know. Too say that it is not at all the case, in anyway isn't accurate. While it may not be pervasive in some places, it exists. I know this. I'm a black Latino from Cuba...hello!!

These countries consist of different types of people as in races. Its not about "light" or "dark" as amongst blacks. It actually has to do with race.

Here is a great find for anyone who doesn't know what I mean. Its with Tego calderon. He speaks about being a black latino.

Here's an excerpt:

"There is ignorance and stupidity in Puerto Rico and Latin America when it comes to blackness."

Here's the article:

http://www.nypost.com/seven/02152007/tempo/black_pride_tempo_tego_calderon.htm

I always feel alone and get knocked down when I discuss this. Its the truth and it must be discussed.

I know the things that PR's say about DR's because they have more blacks in their country and visible black in them. I have heard it!




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Field,You lost me when you said this:"Yes we know ...

2008-05-23T18:50:00.000-04:00

Field,

You lost me when you said this:

"Yes we know it's here, but the shit is more individualized than institutional."

Are you joking? You people cannot be serious?? No wonder blacks in this country have managed to make so little progress. Stop looking at racism from an interpersonal standpoint of "oh someone called me this" and "someone called me that". Its mostly institutionalized. We must think broader and if we dont then things will stay the same.



Hey Field Negro!I saw a comment that I have to res...

2008-05-23T18:17:00.000-04:00

Hey Field Negro!

I saw a comment that I have to respond to!

You said:
"Okay, I guess the light skinned Puerto Ricans don't like the dark skinned Puerto Ricans and visa versa. So we really need an investigator to investigate that for us?"

Since I am black and Puerto Rican, I can say that this statement is NOT TRUE in all socioeconomic classes within the Puerto Rican community....and it is similar to the norms that exist in the lower socio-economic classes of the black community in the U.S. that are not prevalent in the other socio-economic classes of all blacks....

Blanket assumptions about ALL Puerto Ricans can not be made....any more than blanket assumptions about ALL black men can not be made...

Peace, blessings and DUNAMIS!
Lisa



Everyone including Mr. Doudou Dieneknows that ther...

2008-05-23T17:37:00.000-04:00

Everyone including Mr. Doudou Diene
knows that there is racism in America.
To me, this is a waste of time... unless of course, the aim is to embarass America!



Brother Field as always I feel your sentiment on t...

2008-05-23T17:01:00.000-04:00

Brother Field as always I feel your sentiment on this.

However it is important for the UN to expose US hypocrisy it used to help a bit when they would be embarassed by the fact that they run around moralizing and they are treating people like second class citizens in their own country.

In fact the US armed services were segregated until the Axis powers pointed out the US hypocrisy during WWII.

Having world opion on our side or at least exposed to whats going on helps even if just a little.

This is true despite what some ill informed, traitorous, self-hating members of the race try to imply.


And brother Field what some of the other folks have said about the prevelance of institutional racism is right on. Brother Field there are jobs right here in South Florida in which qualified Blacks are still being kept out of. In fact the calls to our local NAACP office about discrimination in the workplace in 2008 would blow you away. We have a company that is a national food distributor and they hired their first Black salesperson about a year ago and when they hired the second one, a female black, one of her co-workers boldly told her on her first day in front of other co-workers that her Black---- didn't belong there. And he wasn't disciplined and she has had to dodge a lot of racist bs since.

In some cities Blacks are still suing to get into what have become white job trusts. Black firefighters in some places still struggle. And Wall Street is reportedly one of the biggest discriminators against qualified potential Black stock brokers.


No brother the institutional racism thing is really killing us. The unequal education, unequal access to health care, underemployment and even the red- lining that is still going on is damaging us almost as much as it used to its just not framed in Jim Crow lingo any more.

Bring on the investigation. Expose the hypocrisy that is the US.



Too funny, all they had to do was put a black man ...

2008-05-23T16:40:00.000-04:00

Too funny, all they had to do was put a black man in a suit and tie in front of the UN in NYC and see how long it would take him to get a cab! Or cross the street with a bunch of white ladies and see how many hold thier handbags as tight as possible! or, send him to macy's in any city in the country and see how long he could deal with eh secruity detail that would follow him! All of this could have saved money and the report done in a couple of hours!



She has lost her mind!...Hillary Raises Assasinati...

2008-05-23T16:35:00.000-04:00

She has lost her mind!...

Hillary Raises Assasination Issue



I never experienced racism in Chicago. I lived on...

2008-05-23T15:56:00.000-04:00

I never experienced racism in Chicago. I lived on the far Southside for over a month and was the only white folk on the bus going home. Never experienced anything but men jumping up to offer me a seat on the bus. Lived all over Chicago and never heard the N word. Nor, was I ever called a cracker.

The N word is used a lot in Philly among the working class whites. Philly should be a part of this tour! Along with KY.

Good point. Besides the fact that this is a dumb ass idea.



lol @ some of the most polite people you will ever...

2008-05-23T15:02:00.000-04:00

lol @ some of the most polite people you will ever meet.

the U.N. must be living on Mars. Of course we have a racism problem. The history of this country all but guarantees it.



Field you gotta be fucking kidding me right? The U...

2008-05-23T14:35:00.000-04:00

Field you gotta be fucking kidding me right? The UN is actually doing this shit? All they need to do is do a little blog hopping and they will see all the evidence they need. Hell, all they have to do is watch Faux News.

Question...
The cost of him going to the most diverse cities in America is not coming out of our tax dollars is it?



I agree with you about the foolishness of wasting ...

2008-05-23T13:42:00.000-04:00

I agree with you about the foolishness of wasting resources on this study.

However, I am hoping I mis-read your question about what he might find in NYC versus Charleston, Wva (which, as a college town, is probably a lot less biased then other towns in Wva-from experience.

NYC has its own special brand of bigotry-alot like the Chi. What has muted it, is the fact that so many New Yorkers have had to move. There are so many parts of town that you just didn't go to (and in some instances stil don't) if you are of a certain hue it ain't funny. PR doesn't do DR. African-Americans versus Carribeans. And lets not forget about the Italian neighborhoods like Bensonhurst, SI, and Ocean Pkwy.

If anything, it might be more interesting (if this study was something that made sense) to look at the covert racism that has developed in Northern and Midwestern Cities (Cleveland, anyone) as well as to try to measure the change in levels of overt racism in the south now versus 50 years ago.

But that is just the geek in me, trying to make foolishness, seem reasonable.