Thank you for posting this video AK--it's a thoughtful, reasonable and provocative expose.I encourage all those in such positions in all walks of life to speak out--from both 'sides' of any so-called divide. And let's remember this too: the choice to accept the deception is ours. Can't we see we're all on the same 'side?' The time to reveal our collective and individual insanity is now. You have a caring and supportive audience in me, for one. But I suspect I'm not alone.The kind of society we live in is only limited to the one we're willing to accept. We're brothers and sisters with-in our Human Family, but more than that, we are One beneath the facade of the parts we currently play.Let's look at it all with courage and face the 'evil' we're condoning through our ignorance, fear and complacency. We can change this, but first we need to see what kind of system we've allowed to manifest and flourish.Profound gratitude for documenting this small part of who we've so casually become. Regards,Kaz.
Thank you thank you thank you! This is the main reason I will never go to, visit or live in New York City. As long as this goes on, I have no reason to give that city any of my money or time.As an african american female, I felt alienated by the USA as a whole, but at least in NYC it is blatent and obvious that blacks are not wanted. In states like MD and VA it is more hidden. You can't find jobs or are turned down despite having credentials and a "white sounding" name. They hike your interest rates for "no reason" despite a 700+ score. No no, don't worry! There's a reason. I'm black. And therefore, inferior to the current system(which, let's not forget, was founded on the backs of my ancestors, and was NEVER paid in full).Racism isn't dead, it's just called "suspicious" now.
I'm not black, but I experienced a little bit of this with my dear from from Eagan Minnesota who was black. My friend was a major early blogger about Apple products who called himself "iBrotha". Probably the best friend I ever had. He held a Masters Degree in English. Its actually his love for writing that started me on my efforts at blogging.We'd take a weekly trip to the sports bar in the upper deck of the Mall of America in Minnesota. One evening we took a short cut through Sears, as they had several layers of escalators that would take us up most of the layers of that building. Rodney was wearing a large NFL type parka, I had a non-descript microfiber/thermofil beige winter weather jacket on. The Sears store security let me in (they were getting ready to close, but stopped my friend and questioned him. I was furious! I said "Rodney, didn't you notice they picked you out but not me?" He just shrugged and said "you get used to it when you're black! Try driving a nice car and see what happens, you get pulled over for DWB![driving-while-black]". Incident after incident like this happened.I moved to San Diego in 1999 to take a job as Director of Operations for an Internet social media software company. Rodney committed suicide in 2002. 500 friends attended the funeral, mostly white, and an Apple Computer Vice President of Marketing gave an eulogy for him, and how Rodney's critique of the first iPod affected subsequent design of the iPod. He is dearly missed but not forgotten.
Firstly I am sorry for your loss. I have heard of iBrotha, but I never knew him personally. From the sounds of it, he was an amazing human being, as well as tolerant.I also face the same intense scrutiny, despite statistics stating that I am not a threat to their corporations--actually by what I am wearing, I would be classified as an asset/VIP worker. Hell, if they actually gave me a chance, they'd have a decent, independent, young, college grad working for them. But the second I walk in the door I see them frown, look away and decide I've already been passed up despite my resume & that I run a personal business! I'm 25 by the way, so though I might not be long on this Earth, I do understand the negative cast typing placed upon me.I went into JCPenny recently, and I was asked by not one--not two--but four representatives if I needed anything. After the fourth one I asked if THEY needed something from ME and they left me alone to browse the section I was in. At the time I had the funds to buy a couple pairs of nice dress pants, but instead I tried them on, found out the brand, and left the store. I didn't buy them from there. They lost 50 bucks.This happens to me in all the "corporate" stores, except Target, Walmart, Kmart and Savers. Aka all low income, majority minority frequented stores. Target is an exception to me, because I don't have to feel like someone is going to approach me asking me if I "needed help finding something"in the store--code for "get out".My mother, father, brother and relatives experience this as well. My mother hates shopping, and I figured out at a young age why. They assume: black, thief, ignorant, poor. Despite what I wear, say or do, they assume and will continue to assume. I would love nothing more then to see people that do this instantly fired, and barred from working at any corporation ever again, and fined/sent to court/jailed for a month. But I know as long as the structure is set up to marginalize whole groups of people, I have no chance.This is America in 2012, and I've heard Britain, Australia, Canada and China are no better, which is why I haven't jumped ship.
All I am saying, is that if my ancestors were properly compensated, a vast majority of blacks would not be impoverished, homeless, in jail or dead from the desperation of gangs,drugs and alcohol.They would have whole families, thriving communities, and an all together better nation as a result. Instead we have this cluster of crap, and people are not addressing the underlying gaping issue. When a group is slighted for HUNDREDS of years, there is a karmic debt accrued. And when that debt is acknowledged but not carried through, it multiplies through the generations. I would assume that the amount to be paid back through basic interest is several times more then the GDP of Earth could even manage right now.Even now I doubt that once the "NESARA" or "Dragons" or "Catholic funds" will be given to blacks. I believe this, and it does not disappoint me, because it would just be a repeat of the past.The debt is so large they would not be able to pay it. It's disgusting, but I feel deep in my heart, blacks(africans/hatians/americans as well) will once again get slighted, pushed down, marginalized. When the whole society is about killing blacks and keeping them in the background or poor so they cannot thrive...Is it any wonder black youth in vast majorities think their futures are nothing but bathed in blood, sorrow and drugs?I don't mind if you don't post this btw OK, but I think it should be of major concern to those "working" to free the planet, that a large disenfranchised, segment expects to be let down again by the "powers controlling the money". This really should be addressed SOON if these groups expect them to assist when the rubber hits the road. You gotta give hope. You gotta give EVERYONE hope, or the plan is bunk.
I haven't heard of the "Catholic Funds" but I will research that one. If you have any links on that could you share them?So many people's have been dispossessed of their ancestral lands, wealth and cultures. The Irish have been decimated by Rome and England. Scots faced faced the Land Clearances and impoverishment for defying the King of England. That's how my father's ancestors got to America, dirt poor and looking for a better life. 5 million Scots live in Scotland, 50 million live in diaspora around the world. A similar situation with the Irish but I don't have those numbers. Africa has suffered incredible brutality, against its land and people. There is a cultural debt owed there. An African friend in South Africa once made the comment to me, "the worst thing that can befall a third world country is to be blessed by God with mineral wealth, because every European power will be thinking and planning of ways to create war so they can steal it".The incredible atrocities of Hitler against Jews, Poles, Gypsies and "religious heretics", the incredible slaughter Pol Pot carried out in Cambodia, its hard to even comprehend the carnage on this planet since the 1700s. I am not sure there's much that can be done about the past except to release it and forgive it, and make sure the children have the future they need. I hope these funds that are talked about redress the balance of wealth on this planet, but I do not think it will make everyone a millionaire. In fact I don't think money will play much of a role at all in 50 years time as free energy, nearly free manufacturing via quantum replication, and advanced methods of food and water production come into being. But its natural to want to smack someone upside the head for what has gone on, on this planet, the problem is that they people who did it are dead.
I'm sorry I just did a 5 second reading and found out it was Saint Germaine. I just assumed it was under a catholic brand of some sort, so I apologize on that inaccuracy.As far as this world is concerned, the sooner these supposed technologies come to fruition the better. My human family can't take much more of this crap, and neither can my immediate African/Hatian/American family. I go to bed in tears thinking about the consistent killing and murder I cannot stop nor control.If something can be done, even a little, I hope it happens NOW. I keep having dreams about bankers panicked mid-arrest and asking me to help them get free. And I keep telling them I don't have a penny to my name, so g'luck. These dreams of panicked bankers have gotten so intense I'm and waking up practically telling these dreams "I'll believe it when I see it." Pie in the sky is nice, but pie in my belly is best.I agree with healing that damage, but it needs to be addressed. I guess that's what I am getting at. The karmic debts need to be visibly addressed, given proper treatment and allowed to come into the open in a healthy display of sorrow, indignation and rage.
I have for some time now realised that the police are not there to help the public. The police officer who said nobody wants to know is dead right, nobody wants to know. The public are naive to think that the police are there to help them. They are there to impose obedience training. A stealthy turn into a police state and one day people will turn around and wonder when it all happened. Exactly the same with the TSA at the airport demanding that people stop and don't move, it's quite ridiculous but people obey. They stop, the TSA agent then says O.K. you can go now. The TSA have no legal right to do this but still people are too afraid to ask this TSA agent WTF!! This is obedience training. People are being prepared for a police state.
Shortly after the oust of Richard Nixon, big money taught over-zealous evangelicals how to work the phones on a political level, from local school boards to state and federal Representatives and Senators.I was raised in the cracker-box. Many Southerners never got over losing the Civil War and the racism and resentment was handed down through the generations. What we now see is buried racism,handed down through our generations, not just for African-Americans, but any person who dares to think freely, rising to the surface of our body politic. Discover your local Representatives, write to them, call them, express your concerns in a respectful manner. There are political leaders who are truly decent and they are waiting to hear from you. Don't agonize, organize. And stay strong my fellow warriors, stay strong!
All comments made on this blog are subject to moderation. We make no guarantee to post each and every comment posted. Respect and kindness will promote oneness. Aim for that. The determination of what will be posted is somewhat subjective due to time considerations. If you play well with others your comments will probably get posted. Comments are generally moderated once a day. If you don't see your comment immediately, its probably because it hasn't been reviewed yet.It is impossible for us to distinguish one anonymous poster from another, so please don't get upset if we don't remember your prior comment. There are good reasons for anonymous posting, but also remember the limitations it presents us on our end.Please do not post your email address unless you want the world to know it. If you want to contact the owner of the blog privately, send an email to:a m e r i c a n k a b u k i @ g m a i l . c o m