Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA
Sunday, May 12, 2013
MALCOLM SHABAZZ MURDERED ON JOHN BROWN's BIRTHDAY, by Mary Neal
By an uncanny coincidence, or careful planning, Malcolm Shabazz, grandson of Malcolm X, was murdered on legendary abolitionist John Brown's birthday. Wikipedia reports "John Brown (May 9, 1800 – December 2, 1859) was an American abolitionist who believed armed insurrection was the only way to overthrow the institution of slavery in the United States. During 1856 in Kansas, Brown commanded forces at the Battle of Black Jack and the Battle of Osawatomie. Brown's followers also killed five pro-slavery supporters at Pottawatomie. In 1859, Brown led an unsuccessful raid on the federal armory at Harpers Ferry that ended with his capture. Brown's trial resulted in his conviction and a sentence of death by hanging." Both men believed in "freedom by any means necessary," including armed conflict.
On July 17, 1964, Malcolm X was welcomed to the second meeting of the Organization of African Unity in Cairo as a representative of the OAAU. When a reporter asked whether white people could join the OAAU, Malcolm X said, "Definitely not." Then he added, "If John Brown were still alive, we might accept him."
Numbers are important. A book in the Bible is even named "Numbers." Many people wonder who the concentration camps under NDAA will warehouse. I checked the date that correlated with the Senate Bill 1867, and found that year has a rich history regarding governments and movements by the People.
S.1867 was the Nazi bill that President Obama should have vetoed. It was introduced by Sen. Levin (D-MI). Ironically, he is a Jew. It allows for indefinite military detention of Americans without criminal charges or trial. The year 1867 has a rich history. Interestingly, on January 8, 1867, a law was passed allowing black men to vote for the first time in America. It applied only to the District of Columbia.
In 1867, the first volume of "Das Kapital" was published by Karl Marx: Power to government, not the People. Is that why Senate gave S.1867 that number? Revelation says that in the Last Days, plagues will be released on the world. Ironically, 1867 was the year that yellow fever killed 3,093 in New Orleans.
Government often reneges on its promises like those in our Constitution. For instance, on October 21, 1867, Manifest Destiny, a landmark treaty, was signed requiring that Native American Plains tribes relocate to a reservation in western Oklahoma. The Army supervised the relocation like the resettlement relocation specialists the Army is recruiting today. I knew S.1867 would pass ahead of time because the ad for concentration camp personnel was published ahead of Senate's vote. Military relocation is what happened to People who said, "Welcome. Here's how to plant corn and survive." It seems to be planned for people who said, "Here's my tax money, my sons and daughters. Use them to keep us "free."
In 1867, the railroads in America experienced unprecedented growth. Between 1867 and 1873, Chinese, Scandinavian and Irish immigrants lay 30,000 miles (48,000 km) of railroad tracks here. Biomass incinerators are being erected near railroads in the USA lately, despite ecology concerns - to burn waste.
In Mexico, Prince Maximilian was executed by firing squad on June 19, 1867, although he was a popular leader. Wikipedia reports, "To the dismay of his conservative allies, Maximilian upheld several liberal policies proposed by the Juárez administration – such as land reforms, religious freedom, and extending the right to vote beyond the landholding class ... Many foreign governments, including the United States, refused to recognize his administration."
It is sad that liberty and justice for the 99% are still perceived as encumbrances by some decision makers in government. The year 1867 was eventful. March 9 is a significant date regarding freedom for all, also. If ever there was a young man whose heart burned for freedom for his people, it was Malcolm. Goodbye, Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz