Monday, April 25, 2016

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: New Term: 'CULTURAL ECONOMIC INVESTMENT" - The Manifest Choice Of What You Value The Most: WPVI - ABC News & Philadelphia's Cedarbrook Section

OK.  I did say that I would not make use of content from WPVI, but I have been indoctrinated to watch them based upon my youthful experiences.


The headlines on WPVI prove valuable in making my point that: AMERICAN POLITICS IS A COLONIZER

WPVI And Other Philadelphia Based News Organizations REPORT "TRANSACTIONS" That Transpire In Their City.

NO ONE should assume that with their full sight of what is going on that they are prepared to be HONEST on how to mitigate these problems.


 "WHO" Is Cedarbrook? (What Is Represented In The Area Based Upon The Collective Consciousness Of The People Within?)
WPVI Did Not Publish This Review Of The "Cedarbrook" Section Of Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Inquirer Did.
Source

This story is part of a series on the changing face of Philadelphia as reflected in the new 2010 census figures.
SINCE RETURNING to live in Cedarbrook, the Rev. Lamont Anthony Wells has witnessed dramatic changes to that area of Northwest Philadelphia - a decline in educational values, in pride, in people returning after college.
"In the '80s and early '90s, everybody worked and went to school. Now, they're home more and are idle," said Wells, senior pastor of Reformation Lutheran Church, in neighboring Stenton. "I can walk out here now and see some young men and some women just hanging out."
The Cedarbrook, Stenton and Ivy Hill sections of East Mount Airy - a rectangular pocket of Northwest Philly bordered by Montgomery County, Stenton Avenue and Washington Lane - lost 2,164 residents, or about 8 percent of its population, from 2000 to 2010, according to census data released last month.
During that decade, this bedroom community of mostly middle-class African-American families lost 2,192 black residents and 181 white residents. The gain of other population segments and ethnicities did little to offset the loss.
But just as telling as the neighborhood's population loss is the roughly 18 percent decline in average household income from 1999 to the 2005-09 period, a time when the nation suffered a major recession. Income dipped to about $53,000 in 2005-09, according to census sampling, compared with about $65,000 in 1999, after adjusting for inflation to 2009 figures.
Neighboring parts of Northwest Philly also saw similar population declines. West Oak Lane and East Mount Airy south of Stenton Avenue each lost about 1,200 people, and East Germantown lost about 1,600 people.


WHAT ARE THE VALUES OF WPVI?

Can it get past the 'Popularism' and Entertainment and be the voice of REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY?


I NOW VOW TO NEVER DO TWO THINGS
1) Though I Drive Past The "Black Civil Rights Ritualistic History Hall Of Fame And Social Justice Worship Center" I WILL NEVER SET FOOT IN THAT BUILDING!!!  It Is Committed To Molestation And Propaganda Than It Is In MANAGING THE BLACK COMMUNITY


2) I WILL NEVER LISTEN TO THIS "BEYONCE LEMONADE FLAVORED KOOLAIDE SONG"

WPVI:  Beyonce Doesn't Release Albums.  Beyonce UNLEASHES EVENTS!!
CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY:

On the matter of COLONIZATION - the COLONIAL SUBJECT liking or hating his COLONIZIER is irrelevant.

COLONIZATION IS ONLY "THE SYSTEMATIC SUPPLANTATION OF YOUR FREE WILL AND PURSUIT OF YOUR PERMANENT INTERESTS - AS YOU INSTEAD ARE COMPELLED TO ADVANCE AN INTEREST THAT IS OUTSIDE OF YOUR OWN.

The Use Of VIOLENCE Or SWEET NOTHINGS are METHODOLOGIES to produce a COLONIZED END.

The fact that you have no whip marks upon your back is not indicative of the absence of your colonization.
WHY THEN IS THIS JACKASS GETTING TRACTION IN MT AIRY BY PROMISING TO MAKE NORTH PHILLY SAFE BY FIGHTING AGAINST THE NRA? ANSWER:

HE KNOWS WHAT THE PHILADELPHIA NEGRO WANTS TO HEAR - AND WHO HE WANTS TO BE ENGAGED INTO A FIGHT WITH.

AS LONG AS THE COLONIZER NEVER ASKS THE NEGRO TO CHANGE AS THE PRIMARY MEANS OF ATTAINING DIFFERENT RESULTS - HE HAS A CHANCE AT COLLECTING THEIR VALUABLES.

FOR HE IS NOT THE ACTUAL PROBLEM

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