February 8, 2014

Mario Balotelli's foster parents to blame for his tears

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Photos of African soccer player Mario Balotelli, allegedly crying over racist taunts and epithets has been widely distributed on the Internet eliciting sympathy from people all over the world and ridicule from others. While the reason for Balotelli’s tears is not clear, one thing is for certain, you never let racist white supremacists see you cry. If Balotelli was crying over racist taunts from racist European soccer fans, perhaps what is being overlooked is that he was ill prepared to deal with racism by the so-called parents who raised him.

February 5, 2014

McKenzie Cochran was killed for Standing While Black

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25 yr-old McKenzie Cochran was killed for standing while black outside a jewelry store inside Northland Mall in Southfield, Michigan.

While Danielle D. Smith is facing charges of first-degree grand larceny, bank executives for JP Morgan Chase like James Dimon admitted to defrauding federal agencies by “underwriting sub-standard mortgage loans” which played a role in the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression got off with a slap on the wrist.

February 4, 2014

Political Prisoner cruel and unusual punishment case proceeds in US courts

United States District Magistrate for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Cynthia Reed Eddy ruled this week that political prisoner and Black freedom fighter Russell Maroon Shoatz’s case challenging his 22 consecutive years in solitary confinement as “cruel and unusual punishment” violating the Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Media Matters, a left wing propaganda outlet that bills itself as a watchdog of right wing media is playing its role in distracting the masses from the real scandal that occurred in Libya when the United States along with its NATO allies with the backing of the United Nations, invaded Libya under the false pretense of protecting civilians by way of a “humanitarian” military action. A very good article was published in 2012 that details the United States covert actions on the continent of Africa and of course, Libya is in Africa.

Exonerations of the wrongfully convicted are up in the United States, more than they have been in 25 years according to experts.  The number one cause cited for wrongful convictions is official misconduct according to a report.

February 3, 2014

Black groups have not endorse legislation to abolish slavery in Indiana Constitution

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A push to change the Indiana Constitution so that it actually abolishes slavery in its language instead of allowing for it as punishment for crime as the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution does, makes a Indianapolis news publication. However, there are some Black lawmakers and groups who won’t endorse it including Rev. Al Sharpton’s Indiana chapter of the National Action Network.