Wednesday, December 21, 2016

ONLY NOW Do Rep Maxine Waters And "Black Enterprise" Vocalize Their Fear That Dr Ben Carson Will Do More Damage To PUBLIC HOUSING Than President Obama Did To 'National Housing' In Libya, Yemen And Syria As They Did Not Go On Record Against "NATIONAL RENEWAL"

THE MENTHOLATED BLACK MEDIA PRESS GANG WAS THE ONLY ENTITY WHO PUSHED "CANCER STICKS" WITH ADS TARGETED DIRECTLY TOWARD BLACK PEOPLE - BUT WHO EVADED ANY AND ALL CRITICISM DURING THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY LAWSUITS WHEN PEOPLE TESTIFIED: "THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY WAS TRYING TO KILL BLACK PEOPLE"


I know.  I know.  I know.
ITS ME.
I have something against (as you call them) prestigious "Black" institutions in America.

I no longer purchase "Ebony", "Essence", "Black Enterprise" for ENJOYMENT.
I only purchase "Ebony", "Essence", "Black Enterprise" when I want to STUDY THEIR PROPAGANDA.
The truth is they are "American Progressive Nationalist Institutions IN BLACK FACE".
PERIOD.

The indictment IS NOT that they are "Progressive Fundamentalists".  I honestly have no problem with a varying ideology.

I hate that they REPRESENT themselves as something that they are not.   THEY DO NOT HAVE THE "BLACK PERMANENT INTERESTS IN MIND".  This is evident when PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST NATIONALISM calls for them to BE SILENT about their (so called) BLACKNESS.




Source: "Black Enterprise"


Maxine Waters:

  1. Points to NEUTRALIZING criticism that flowed between Trump and Carson during the Republican "White Primary" - which should disqualify both of them 
  2. Maxine Waters TOOK THE SLANDER From A WHITE MAN Named Donald Trump, Directed Toward A BLACK MAN Named "Dr Ben Carson" And AFFIRMED That Carson Is "A Liar, Pathological And VIOLENT"
  3. Says Carson Is Not Qualified To Lead A $47 Billion Housing Department
  4. MILLIONS OF AMERICANS ARE RELIANT ON HOUSING ASSISTANCE



A RECOMMENDED FOLLOW UP STORY - THAT WILL NEVER APPEAR IN "BLACK ENTERPRISE"

"After We Gave Unchallenged Endorsement To Several Hallmark Progressive Fundamentalist Programs That Purported To Fortify The Development Of The Black Community, Its People, Economy, Housing And Industry - HOW ACCURATE WERE OUR RECOMMENDATIONS, 50 Years Into The INVESTMENT SCHEME CALLED 'SOCIAL JUSTICE'?


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