Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Voting , Race And Social Justice Vaporized In Baltimore: The "White People's Black Candidate" Prevails In The Democratic Primary Election For Mayor

Source:  The "Blurred Lines" Of Race And Social Justice In Baltimore: A Black Democrat Wins "The White Vote" And Is Victorious In The "Baltimore General Election"

IS THERE A FARM THAT BREEDS THE "EMBEDDED CONFIDENCE MEN" ON BLACK PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST ACTIVIST TALK  RADIO?

BALTIMORE WOLB - The Employer Of Yet Another Set Of Black Activist/Embedded Confidence Men / Colonizer's Field Agents On "Black Wing Grievance And Political Opportunism Talk Radio"



THE NEGRO COLONIZER'S FIELD AGENT GATEKEEPER.


  • HE is able to SPEAK FOR THE INTERESTS OF POOR BLACKS
  • HE is able to RILE THEM UP INTO PROTESTIGN
  • HE is able to RALLY THEM TO 'VOTE FOR THEIR SALVATION'
  • Once FAVORABLE PEOPLE ARE IN POWER And He Acts As Their Agents.........

WHEN HIS CONSTITUENTS REMAIN UNDERDEVELOPED AND IN A PERPETUAL STATE OF CRISIS ----

THOUGH TRAYVON MARTIN NEVER SET FOOT IN BALTIMORE HIS GRAVEN IMAGE REMAINS (ATLANTA HAS A SIMILAR PORTRAIT USED FOR PROPAGANDA PURPOSES IN A "KILLING FIELD" ALONG REV JOSEPH E LOWERY BLVD)

HE EXPOSES THE TRUTH - THEY ARE ALL LEFT UNDERDEVELOPED, LEFT WITHOUT THE FACILITIES TO PUT HIM ON TRIAL REGARDING WHY THEY REMAIN AS THEY ARE - INTENT ON GETTING THEIR BLACK VALUABLES BACK PLUS INTEREST



HOW TO WIN THE NEGRO OVER WHEN YOU NEED TO HARVEST HIS VALUABLES, YET CAUSE HIM TO SUFFER GRAVE LOSSES - IN HIS ABILITY TO ATTAIN GOVERNANCE COMPETENCIES TO MOBILIZE HIM TOWARD ACTUALLY OBTAINING SOCIAL JUSTICE

FREEDOM AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN BALTIMORE


NEGRO HUSH YO MOUTH!!! YOU WERE PACIFIED BY "THE INVESTMENT IN YOUNG PEOPLE" Made By OBAMA.

If You Still Feel Shorted - GO PROTEST OUTSIDE OF THE WHITE HOUSE!!!  Because EVERYONE Who Is Not Blind Can See That YOU ARE INCOMPETENT AT PRODUCING SOCIAL JUSTICE At The "Mission Accomplished Local Levels Where Your Power Is Uncontested"




THE SALES MEN FOR OBAMA ARE NOW PISSED THAT "BLACK YOUTH" STILL FEEL SHORTED, YET AS THE BLACK YOUTH STILL FOLLOW ALONG - FEW OF THEM WILL ASK THEIR EMBEDDED CONFIDENCE MEN/INVESTMENT ADVISERS FOR THEIR MONEY BACK


COSTELLO: Joining me now to talk about this and more, Baltimore peace activist and radio host Farajii Muhammad.
Welcome back, Farajii.
FARAJII MUHAMMAD, HOST, WEAA'S "LISTEN UP": Thank you. Good morning, Carol. How are you?
COSTELLO: I'm good. Thank you so much for being with me.
MUHAMMAD: Sure.
COSTELLO: Do the president's words resonate in the city of Baltimore?

MUHAMMAD: Oh, absolutely. I think that that whole idea of young -
getting young black men back to a place of productivity, back on track is critical and it's much need. And I think that considering where we see what happened with the Freddie Gray case, that that type of service and those types of resources are need all across the country.
My hope is, is that when we look at what the president is doing in Washington and all across the country can be duplicated here in the city of Baltimore, and that's one of the key things that we're doing after the uprising here in Baltimore. We are looking to work on the ground level piece by piece Baltimore, in Baltimore United, and all of those who are involved in the Run (ph) Baltimore initiative. We're working to make sure that those resources and services are there, not just in the Sandtown (ph) Winchester (ph) Gilmore (ph) Homes (ph) community where Freddie Gray passed away, but also all in every major part of the city where we see that young black men in particular are in a state of unproductive - in an unproductive manner. So this is definitely something that's needed. It's important. But, most importantly, it should be highly supported on the ground all the way up to the top.
COSTELLO: The board for President Obama's nonprofit consists of several high-profile lawmakers, as well as entertainers and athletes. People like Cory Booker, Eric Holder, John Legend, Shaquille O'Neal and Colin Powell. Are these the right voices?
MUHAMMAD: Well, they are. I mean every party plays a role in this larger movement of what to do with the young black male. And so I think that when you have those type of individuals who are bringing (ph) in those resources and that expertise, that's always helpful. But I think that the also - the initiative should also include the work of those who are doing the ground work, the community activist, and the community organizer. And it's important to reach out also to the faith community, the nation of Islam and other groups that have a proven track record to make sure that young black males are put on a track that is going to help to bring them up.
So I think all of these resources, I hope that this particular initiative doesn't become just a way for high-profile figures to just have their names put out there, but it's connected to a greater work. And I think what we're seeing here, especially here in Baltimore, that with - if there - if it's not rooted in the greater work of redeeming and restoring communities, then the work is not going to really be anything of value. And at this point we don't need any more weak cowardly folks or folks that are just trying to grandstand and be high profile. At this point, Carol, what we need are folks that are serious and very committed to making sure that young black men in this country are not continuing to be victims of police brutality, as we've seen, but also are highly committed to making sure that things are going to be moving forward to change the condition.
COSTELLO: I want to focus now on the white community, because, you know, we're all in this community whether we are like it or not, right?
MUHAMMAD: Right. COSTELLO: "The New York Times" wrote a very interesting article, and it profiled white residents who live very close to the unrest but are unsure of what to do to help. One of those white residents was quoted as saying this. "Most of the people are kind of at a loss as to what they're supposed to do. I listen to news reports, I listen to the clergy men, I listen to the facts of the rampant unemployment and the lack of opportunities in the area. Listen, I pay my taxes. Exactly what can I do?" How would you respond to that resident?
MUHAMMAD: Well, I would just say that the best thing to do is to get yourself involved in an organization that is working in your community. You know, it's enough that we have a lot of sideline type of commentators, but at this point we need folks to be intimately involved in this movement. And what we're seeing right now -
[09:40:14] COSTELLO: Well, I'm talking about - I'm talking about - I'm talking about the white residents of the city of Baltimore. They're wondering what their role in this might be.
MUHAMMAD: That's what I'm talking about.
COSTELLO: OK. What kind of organizations are you talking about?
MUHAMMAD: Absolutely. They need to be intimately involved. Well, you have a host of them. You have whether it's the - with Piece by Piece and the American Friend Service Committee, as you were talking about the coalition with Be More United. There - then you have the faith, the churches, the mosques, the synagogues. All of these institutions, all of these organizations are looking for folks that have well intentioned and have consciousness that are going to get involved. So it's important.
I don't think we need to make this thing a black or white issue because justice, when it comes down to it, Carol, is not about based on black and white, it's based about - based on right and wrong. And so if folks want to get involved, whether you're black, white, Asian or Latino, then just get involved in an organization that's going to turn things around. And I think that we need to be very truthful and honest in this conversation to not get involved in organizations that just makes us feel good but is actually doing the work. So for that person that's looking to get involved, if you don't want to get involved in the organization, then support organizations that are on the ground level, whether it's financially or with other resources. But the movement requires everybody do something because that's where we are at this point. We're at a critical point here in the city of Baltimore.
COSTELLO: All right, Farajii Muhammad, thanks, as always. I appreciate it. 

ANALYSIS - DO NOT ALLOW A NEGRO CONFIDENCE MAN TO DEFINE HIS OWN TIMELINE AND GOALS.
HE WILL ALWAYS MOLEST THE "BLACK PERMANENT INTERESTS" IN SUPPORT OF HIS OWN COLONIZER'S INTERESTS - AND WILL SHOW THAT HE IS PLEASED WITH THE COLONIZER'S WORKS - ALL THE WHILE HIS CONGREGATION IS GRIEVING ON THE STREETS


IF YOU YIELD YOUR OWN MEASUREMENT TOOLS TO THE EMBEDDED CONFIDENCE MAN - YOU YIELD YOUR "INTELLECTUAL SOVEREIGNTY" AND BECOME HIS COLONIAL SUBJECT


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