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Monday, April 8, 2013

Pinkney Report on NAACP Protest Apr 3-4

Within moments of my submitting this article, a close relative was deliberately rear-ended by a white Infinity in a hit and run incident. I stopped driving in 2008 after being followed for months by several vehicles that usually included one government vehicle.


From the desk of Rev. Edward Pinkney
For Immediate Release
Report on Our Protest Against the NAACP - April 4, 2013
Baltimore, Maryland

See news footage from the protest against the NAACP embedded below and at YouTube link http://youtu.be/r0Lp-9CtQ8I


The anniversary of the murder of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King was celebrated with a protest. Black groups, churches, and community activists from Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Utah, Colorado, and Pittsburgh came together to protest at the NAACP national headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. The protest was tremendous, exciting, and very successful. The protest was well covered by the media.

The purpose was to commemorate Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's death and to demand new NAACP leadership. Rev. Dr. King was murdered by an assassin's bullet and pronounced dead on April 4, 1968, at 7:05 p.m. 

The NAACP, smothered to death with decades of corporate money, was pronounced dead on April 4, 2013.

The national office of the NAACP taped off the front of the building and the street like a crime scene in preparation for our protest. The NAACP is out of touch with the community. This was the very first time the NAACP national office had been marched on by protesters.

The protesters got the community and surrounding workers' attention and then the NAACP called the police to attempt to force protesters to stop picketing. The police told the NAACP we had every right to protest. The NAACP then called the sheriff, who also refused to help the NAACP [by violating protesters' First Amendment rights].

We shut the NAACP's national office down. We made history.  We demanded the resignations of Ben "sell us" Jealous and the Executive Board, and that the NAACP's nonprofit status be revoked.

April 4, 2013 will be remembered forever. The protest was tremendous. FoxNews took a survey to find out whether the NAACP is still relevant, and 100% of the people polled voted NO!

If necessary, every year on April 4 we will protest the NAACP in Baltimore.      

The group also protested at the NAACP office in Washington, DC on April 3. See YouTube link http://youtu.be/i5exMIwYv1M The protests against the NAACP were featured on Townhall.com at http://townhall.com/tipsheet/aliciapowe/2013/04/08/exnaacp-members-protest-organizations-taxexempt-status-n1561274  (An excerpt from the article is below the embedded video.)


WASHINGTON— Black leaders and former members of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) blasted the NAACP on the 45th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, claiming the organization “no longer stands for civil rights” and “kills black babies.”

NAACP President Ben Jealous refused to respond to reporters about the protest against the civil rights organization (held on the anniversary of MLK's assassination) during which protesters called the organization a sold-out annex of the Democratic Party that is opposed to the interests of African Americans.
http://youtu.be/dqp99PdERiE

Rev. Edward Pinkney
Pinkney to Pinkney BlogtalkRadio show
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September 8, 2013 UPDATE:

"NAACP president Jealous plans to step down in January 2014"
Benjamin Jealous, the president of the NAACP, is scheduled to announce on Monday that he will step down in January.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/benjamin-jealous-president-of-naacp-discusses-his-decision-to-leave-organization/2013/09/08/385a6f48-1732-11e3-804b-d3a1a3a18f2c_story.html

Repeat of paragraph 1 - Within moments of my submitting this article, a close relative was deliberately rear-ended by a white Infinity in a hit and run incident. I stopped driving in 2008 after being followed for months by several vehicles that usually included one government vehicle.
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