Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA


Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Maafa21 - Black Genocide

Maafa21 is a movie about eugenics and Black genocide. It answered many questions for me, like WHY my brother was kidnapped by police and secretly murdered in 2003 and no accountability is demanded. It explains why I am allowed to be censored, terrorized, stalked, and no legal remedy is applied to those crimes. The movie embedded below shows that we Blacks are feared and hated, possibly by most Caucasian decision makers in corporations and governments.
After slavery, the Black man was considered obsolete and disposable. Our human rights have no little or no protection. One speaker on the film said if Blacks continue to push for equality, we will receive wholesale genocide. Eugenics through birth control and abortion are inadequate to sufficiently reduce Blacks' numbers in elitists' minds. Decision makers quoted on Maafa21 claimed Blacks are imbeciles, a people who drain the nation's economy and are incapable of self-governance. Decision makers placed roadblocks to our economic success and destroyed people and cities that disproved that racist theory. Tulsa, Oklahoma and Rosewood, Georgia are two examples. I believe Black genocide is planned and that concentration camps, biomass incinerators, drone planes, CPUs, enforced vaccinations and microchips are awaiting that use. Maafa21 is embedded below until "they" move it. It is currently at YouTube link http://youtu.be/ZAF2GPT_79Q (drag the browser over to begin after six(6) minutes). After the movie is removed from the link above, as videos I feature often are, please Google it. Maafa21 is much more than an anti-abortion film.

The prison industrial complex greatly reduces the number of Black men (and increasingly, Black women) during their child-bearing years. The justice system is used to control opposition from individuals and groups that are not parties to the the annihilation of Black and brown people in America. For instance, a fugitive summons was just issued for Lorenzo Ervin, who co-chairs Memphis Black Autonomy Network. This happened after his organization announced plans for an anti-Klan protest in Memphis on March 30, when the KKK plans to hold a mass rally there. Memphis is the city where Larry Neal, my mentally, physically disabled brother, and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. were murdered. Larry was secretly arrested (kidnapped) and murdered after 18 days of secret incarceration in 2003.

The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI) denounced President Obama's "right" to order extrajudicial assassinations of persons who are denied any opportunity to face their accusers and defend themselves. NBCI is a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7 million African Americans. The article I read about NBCI's denouncement concerned drone planes but made no mention of NDAA Section 1021 for concentration camps or CPU bombs that reportedly can kill every man, woman, child and animal in a given geographic area but leave the buildings intact. Black Talk Radio Network published an article about the NBCI's denouncement which stated, "The Obama Administration has us believe that terrorism is the greatest threat to humanity, and that they reserve the right through the secular American creed to kill anyone, anywhere, who they label part of a terrorist organization."

Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter addressed concentration camp detainment in his article decrying America's human rights violations. He said, "In addition to American citizens’ being targeted for assassination or indefinite detention, recent laws have canceled the restraints in the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 to allow unprecedented violations of our rights to privacy through warrantless wiretapping and government mining of our electronic communications. Popular state laws permit detaining individuals because of their appearance, where they worship or with whom they associate."

Black and brown people have before us in Maafa21 the rationale for many injustices that happen to our people: We are considered (apparently, by the majority of Caucasians), to be inhuman imbeciles who are unworthy of either life or liberty. And preparations are seemingly underway to remove both. Until my brother was murdered by Memphis police and we were denied the accountability that dogs get after wrongful death, I believed America had almost overcome its racism. Even after justice for that murder was denied and I became a CoIntelPro target and endured lawyer fraud, surveillance and censorship, and a burglary during which court records and evidence was seized, I still was unwilling to agree with persons I considered to be radicals who told me Blacks have no respected human rights in America. Now I am convinced they are right and believe that you should also know the truth. Please share this article, including with TheBlackList. CoIntelPro prevents my communication with that and other black media online. See more information in the nine(9) links below, which bring the total links for this article to thirteen(13), and a message to racists in the embedded video "Ain't Gonna Let NOBODY Turn Me 'Round."


Memphis Hosts KKK Rally on March 30, 2013

Black Churches Condemn Obama Administration's Drone Policy as Murder

Former President Jimmy Carter: America's Shameful Human Rights Record

Reforms are Rolled Back

Police Kill: Kenneth Chamberlain (in a home invasion), Black Marine Veteran
Declared "justifiable" death

African Americans: Democratic Party's Freebie

Please visit and share the video regarding eugenics and the Black genocide

Mary Neal
Website: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal



For we are sold, I and my people, to be destroyed, to be slain, and to perish. ~Esther 7:4

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Maafa21 is a movie about eugenics and Black genocide. It answered many questions for me, like WHY my brother was kidnapped by police and secretly murdered in 2003 and no accountability is demanded. It explains why I am allowed to be censored, terrorized, stalked, and no legal remedy is applied to those crimes. The movie embedded below shows that we Blacks are feared and hated, possibly by most Caucasian decision makers in corporations and governments.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Rev. Pinkney: Burn NAACP Cards; Protest NAACP Apr. 3-4, D.C. and Baltimore Headquarters

1 of 9.  Protest against the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Burn, Baby, Burn! See a video embedded below of Rev. and Mrs. Pinkney burning hundreds of NAACP membership cards and other NAACP items. Over 5,000 memberships have been canceled because the NAACP has lost touch with the black community and often sides with corporations and government entities against The People. It is time to demand accountability from all civil and human rights organizations, labor unions, political parties, churches, and so-called leaders who do not walk their talk. As Rev. King said to America, we say to the NAACP: "Be true to what you said on paper." Enjoy and share the video, which is on YouTube at this link http://youtu.be/FfnrIHjfggY

2 of 9.  Hundreds plan to attend a rally against the NAACP at its  headquarters in Baltimore on April 3 and 4, 2013, sponsored by Rev. Pinkney, who is the former NAACP chapter president from Benton Harbor, Michigan. Thousands of former NAACP members and supporters are fed up enough to stand up. See the announcement and invitation beneath the video.

3 of 6. Press Release from the desk of Rev. Edward Pinkney

Big Protest 

4 of 9.  On April 4, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., at the NAACP National Headquarter Offices, 4805 Mt. Hope Drive, on the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


6 of 9.  The NAACP has failed to elevate, educate, or agitate to liberate our people.

7 of 9.  On April 3, hundreds of activists will be in Washington D.C. lobbing congress to revoke the NAACP's non-profit status. [Non-profit organizations are not permitted to campaign for political parties or candidates, which the NAACP is accused of doing in the 2012 presidential campaign.] 

8 of 9.  The NAACP is out of touch with the black community. The NAACP does not represent the black community and sell outs to the corporations. That is why over 5,000 people have burned their NAACP membership cards. You must see the video above and on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfnrIHjfggY

9 of 9.  For more information, please contact Rev. Pinkney at the three(3) links below:
Rev Edward Pinkney 
Rev Pinkney Blogtalk Show on Facebook
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