A Former Community Organizer’s View of Ferguson

ferguson-masked-protesters-APFor the past several days I have been watching news reports on the mayhem that is happening in Ferguson, Missouri.

Personally, I have tried to ignore the events going on there since 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson.  Michael Brown was shot after he robbed a convenience store on August 9th 2014.  Officer Wilson shot Brown after Brown assaulted Wilson subsequent to the officer approaching the suspect while responding to the robbery call via emergency communication.

The reason I attempted to ignore the situation is that it reminds me of my days when I was working as a community organizer for the ACLU in Buffalo, New York.  It is a period in my life that I would rather forget.

I had the task of working on cases of police brutality.  When an incident would happen between the police and a suspect or group of suspects, protests would invariably begin.  The protesters would allege police brutality or misconduct.  The media would get involved and many “leaders” and “activists” would make wild and irresponsible charges against anyone who did not fall in line with the radical ideology of the organizers of the protests.

Does any of this sound familiar?

However, I did not expect the situation in Ferguson to spiral out of control like it has.

Why are black Americans reacting to this incident with so much anger and violence?  Michael Brown was obviously a dangerous young criminal who assaulted both a store clerk and a police officer.

The distress of so many black people goes beyond who Michael Brown was or what he was doing at the time of his death.

What everyone seems to be missing is that after 6 years of the historic election of the first African-American to the office of the President of the United States, many young black people still have a highly adversarial relationship with sources of civil authority and American society.

I vividly remember the emotional feeling that was present in the atmosphere right after President Obama won the election in November of 2008.  I was one of the few people in my community who did not support Barack Obama when he was running for President.  Furthermore, I was the only black person that I knew who favored Senator McCain over Senator Obama.

Nonetheless, when I stepped out of the door of my apartment building on the morning of November 5, 2008 I immediately sensed that the world was somehow different.  I could literally see the pride and happiness in the faces of other black people that I came across that day.

When I visited a coffee shop that morning for my daily caffeine fix, there was a white woman who was sitting at one of the café tables talking to another white woman about the historic significance of what happened the night before.  One of the women was crying tears of joy.

President-elect Barack Obama had so enthralled a segment of citizens with his message of hope and change that many people actually believed in the prospective future of our country and anticipated that many positive changes were soon to come.

I remember thinking to myself: “Maybe I am wrong about Barack Obama and what I think he represents.”

Fast forward 6 years to August 2014.

The almost universal African-American support for Senator Barack Obama in 2008 has dissipated to a degree. It is important to note this phenomenon because the black leadership class of the country from both sides of the political spectrum — not just the right wing — are questioning the impact and legacy of Barack Obama’s presidency.

Many black citizens think that the President is indifferent to the plight of poor people in the United States. President Obama is silent on the breakdown of family values and civil society in the black community until an incident like the shooting death of Michael Brown forces him to focus on the decline of community standards and moral behavior.

It is under the tenure of the first black President that poor black families are seeing their chances of moving up the income ladder into the middle class disappear before their eyes.  Black parents are observing that their children are being born into poverty and realizing that they are likely to die in poverty.  African-American families are not living the American Dream.  Generation after generation are stuck in a practical social nightmare.

This is the political and social environment that manifests itself in our country after six years of President Obama’s administration.  It is this environment that creates fertile ground for race-baiting organizations like the New Black Panther Party and the Nation of Islam to plant seeds of hate among the other rabble rousers showing up in Ferguson, Missouri.

In light of what is happening on the ground in Missouri we have to wonder how many of the people who are causing the problems in the region bought into the President’s message of hope and change back in 2008.

Now some of those self-same individuals are fueling what investigative reporter Matthew Vadum called “a vicious war against civil society in Ferguson.”

It is without doubt that many of the troublemakers in Ferguson today supported Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, and not only because he was black.  They also genuinely believed that he would develop legislative policies and social programs that would help African-American communities and the poor people of this nation.

Now, that hope and belief has transformed into racially motivated violence and anger.

The President has not only failed the black community.  He has unwittingly pitted black and Hispanic poor and disenfranchised communities against one another through his inaction on the illegal immigration issue.  He has attempted to out-flank congressional Republicans in the realm of public opinion by using the Hispanic community as a political wedge.

There is something about the philosophical makeup and social structure of American black communities that makes young black men like Michael Brown choose the route of criminal activity and social exclusion over integration into the mainstream of our society.

There is no one in the urban communities to warn young people like Mr. Brown of the consequences of behaving like a felon.  Someone should have told him that the gangster rap music that he loved so much is full of messages that either has no basis in objective reality or will bring direct problems to the individuals who choose to believe in those ideas.

If you choose to behave like a criminal you are subject to being detained, arrested, assailed or killed by members of the police department.

This is a most basic fact of living in a civil society that anyone with a head on his shoulders should be able to understand.  Yet many African-American men make the choice to believe that the rules of society do not apply to them.

If there is any group of people that the President should have been desperately trying to reach with his message of hope and change it is young men like Michael Brown.

Instead, many of them are currently in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri engaging in violence and causing mischief and mayhem.

Freedom Center pamphlets now available on Kindle: Click here.

Subscribe to Frontpage’s TV show, The Glazov Gang, and LIKE it on Facebook.

  • krinks

    The notion that an innocent man was gunned down by police being so readily accepted even by some NFL players, facts be damned, reinforces every racial stereotype I can think of.

    • hwychile

      It’s called hate whitey racism, and it is from blacks where the real racism resides in this country. Blacks use racism as an excuse for their problems which solely originate from their lack of self responsibility.

  • Elizabeth capecod

    Respect begets respect. It’s a simple message, but a lost one.

  • American Patriot

    Obama is a mixed-race president (half-black and half-white). He does not have the historical African American experience that most black people in the US had or are related to those who had the experience. The Radical-in-Chief is not directly related to the historical African diaspora in the Western Hemisphere, as his father was from Kenya, which is located in East Africa, while the ancestors of most black people in the Western Hemisphere came from West Africa. The president’s mother was an American of direct European heritage, not African. There is a much larger chance that the Radical-in-Chief is more closely related to JFK than to Al Sharpton. And I am tired of the stupid, racist “one-drop” rule used to characterize people by race. Isn’t it interesting that many people, particularly those on the left, still believe in the “rule” that was the product of Jim Crow segregation in the South between 1877 and the 1960s? Yet, the left still uses the “rule” to characterize the Radical-in-Chief, while characterizing George Zimmerman as “white” or a “white Hispanic”. The radical left is clearly racist and bigoted and obsessed with race.

    • Marsha

      blah blah blah. Actions speak louder than words. Obama, Holder, Sharpton, and the others confirm loudly and clearly that they are black. Just ask them.

      • Alisia S

        Shortly after arriving in Ferguson Holder declared, “I am the attorney general of the United States. But I am also a black man.” How’s that for impartiality and seeking blind justice? Having revealed his racial solidarity with the black community, Holder himself would be disqualified to sit on the jury in this case.
        It could not be any clearer: race matters more than anything else for Holder and Obama.

      • American Patriot

        It doesn’t matter what they say. Race is biological. Obama is half-black and half-white. He’s probably more closely related to JFK than to Al Sharpton, since one of the president’s ancestors was an Irish immigrant.The Radical-in-Chief does not have the historical African American experience the way people like Martin Luther King, Jr., Jackie Robinson and Clarence Thomas had/have, since the Radical-in-Chief is not directly related to the historical African diaspora in the Western Hemisphere. The father he barely knew was from Kenya, which is located in East Africa, while the ancestors of most black people in the Western Hemisphere came from West Africa. These facts aren’t racist. They are the truth.

        • Arf

          Actually Obama’s biological father and mentor was Frank Marshall Davis who WAS descended from West Africans and who DID have the historical African American experience. Just because you don’t wish to acknowledge that doesn’t mean it isn’t so.

          • American Patriot

            Frank Marshall Davis was the Radical-in-Chief’s mentor, but there isn’t any evidence that suggests that he is the biological father. The truth is that the president was influenced by both his biological father, who was from Kenya, and his mentor, who moved to Hawaii from the US mainland around the ’40s/early ’50s. Obama Sr. influenced his son’s view of colonialism and anti-colonialism, while Marshall Davis helped influence the future Radical-in-Chief’s view on Marxism.

    • Don Vito

      I think you are correct. As I understand O’s narative his grandfather found a black role model. Why black? He is half white. Do you think his liberal grandparents thought of him as all black?

  • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

    The left was worried about that “hope” you saw in 2008. The left’s existence is built on “unresolved” problems and it has a vital interest in those problems continuing. Thus, there is no real change and hope has evaporated. As David Horowitz has argued: Detroit, Newark, and Oakland are examples of 50 years of Democratic rule. If the concept of institutional racism makes any sense, it is the institutions established by the Democratic Party that are racist. And that keeps the problems from being solve, which keeps the votes coming in.

    • truebearing

      Excellent point. The UN does the same time with the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.

  • SupremeGalooty

    This conversation is occurring because American “education” is so egregiously deficient – especially amongst the well “educated.” Huge accretions of raw data do not constitute an education when the poor brain is overwhelmed by it, is incapable of logic, or as Reagan said, “knows so much that isn’t so.”

    How does a person find out that what they “know” is either wrong or misconstrued? By further inquiry, especially into areas that conflict with the originally held beliefs.

  • Khaching

    They thought they were getting a black man, what they got was a Muslim who doesn’t care about America. They should have questioned just what the Fundamental Change was going to be. They had some dream world in their heads, what they got was the possible destruction of America.

  • Libslayer

    ” Yet many African-American men make the choice to believe that the rules of society do not apply to them.”
    Barack Obama, for instance.

  • Robert_Fl

    “He has unwittingly pitted black and Hispanic poor and disenfranchised
    communities against one another through his inaction on the illegal
    immigration issue.”

    “Unwittingly”? You really do not get it, do you?

    • http://tinatrent.com/ Tina Trent

      I think this young man does get it. It’s one word — can we agree that the rest of the article is a terrific, thoughtful read?

  • mikeh420

    Black America is mostly young criminals, so of course the thugs are going to feel for him.

    • http://tinatrent.com/ Tina Trent

      Actually, there is a prolific minority of criminals. I wish more black Americans vocally stood against them, but criminals are not in the majority in the black community.

      • Paula

        As someone once said “silence is consent”. Like the “peaceful” muslims need to call out the radicals, the law abiding blacks need to call out the thugs. Problem is, the radicals and thugs seem to be intimidating their “peaceful, law abiding” counterparts into silence.

        • http://tinatrent.com/ Tina Trent

          Agreed. That’s why events like Ferguson are so toxic. They drive decent people of all races underground.

  • William

    Jesus was a Community Organizer. If he were alive today he would condemn the racism. He certainly wouldn’t be siding with the cops.

    • hwychile

      LOL. You still don’t get it. The only racism is from the black community who accuse everyone of racism when one of their own robs a store and attacks a cop and is then justifiably shot and killed. White people had nothing to do with this incident and the facts clearly show the policeman is innocent and justified on the actions he took as well. People like you are just butt hurt that the facts don’t back up your hate whitey racist delusion.

      • William

        Uh, I am ‘white’, though I lived in a black neighborhood and got to know them very well. They really aren’t out to get ‘whitey’.

        • truebearing

          Give it time.

    • nightspore

      Gee, would he look like Al Sharpton?

      • William

        No, he would look more like Osama ben Laden or Woody Allen, due to his Semitic DNA.

        • Sussex Girl

          Jesus of Nazareth, God the Son, the Son of God, was no Community Organizer, although He would indeed condemn the racism, white and black. He didn’t train His disciples to rebel against the political powers but to go into all the world as His witnesses. He never got into a conflict with the Romans. Jewish religious leaders, yes, because of their hypocrisy, but not the Romans. He came as Yeshua, the Savior, and paid the final price for sin. Don’t try to twist who He is and what He did when he was here on Earth into something other than Jesus Christ crucified, risen, and coming again.

          • William

            Jesus set the standard for community organizing. He started a whole new religion. He ran a free health clinic and a food bank for the poor. I doubt anyone today could manage that. You could say he was the original hippie.

          • Jane Dough

            Congratulations, William. I literally disagree with every comment in your link, including the periods and commas.

            It’s rare to see such demagogic purity. Well played, sir.

          • William

            It’s not demagoguery it’s the New Testament.

          • WhiteHunter

            Bbbbbut-…did Jesus charge $300,000 per speech, like Hillary and Bill and Gore do? Or demand that the speaking contract include First Class round-trip transportation to and from each engagement for Himself and His apostles, plus Five Star hotel accommodations?

            If Jesus were here today, he’d restore sight to the blind, so that they could see clearly and recognize Obama, Holder, Sharpton, and the rest of your kind as the cynical charlatans that all of you are.

          • William

            If Jesus were alive today he would condemn ALL the neocons as evil warmongers, not just Obama. Jesus was a radical hippie.

          • truebearing

            Jesus would have condemned Marxism, and all of the ideologies that derived from it. He wasn’t about political activism, but I doubt you are capable of understanding that simple point.

          • Paula

            He also taught “if a man would not work, he should not eat”. Charity was for those who could not work.

          • Paula

            Actually, it wasn’t a new religion, but rather the prophetic realization of the old testament. He healed (and even resurrected) some of the sick and fed masses as proof of his Godly credentials and as an example of the caring/loving that we should have for each other.

          • Don Vito

            Prove what you say. A free health clinic? I don’t think so.

    • Mr_D

      “He would condemn the racism.” Ergo, he would be critical of Obama, Holder, the vast majority of the Left and perhaps a majority of blacks. You’re probably correct.

    • Arf

      What I have learned over the years is the Jesus was and is anyone you want him to be. The conservatives say he was conservative, the liberals say he was a liberal. The community organizer types claim him as one of theirs and the religious leaders claim him as one of theirs. To white Christians he looked Anglo Saxon; to blacks, he was black. To the gun control people, he would have been on their side; to gun rights activists, he would definitely be on their side as he was against the oppressiveness of Rome. To Catholics, he is head of their Church; to Protestants, he stands firmly against the corruption and power of the Vatican. William, anyone with even half a brain sees your statements as empty and ridiculous.

    • truebearing

      He certainly wouldn’t approve of black behavior, and he would recognize the police officer’s right to defend his own life.

      As for racism, yes he would condemn Al Sharpton, Barack Obama, Eric Holder and the Left in general, for instigating racial hatred.

      “Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” Matthew 5:9

      Once again, you show your combined naivete and arrogance by suggesting Jesus was a political agitator.

    • Elizabeth capecod

      He certainly wouldn’t be siding with the cops? You’re certain the cop acted out of racism and abused his authority? Were you there? False witness nailed Jesus to the cross. It looks like you would have fit right in back then.

    • Don Vito

      prove what you write is true. Yeshua never organized any racist activity. Prove what you wrote!

  • fpm

    Poor black people are victims of black politicians such as rich Hussein and rich Sharpton as well as the other rich leftists. The left used race card to garner black supporters through public education, aka. indoctrination, incitements and free give outs, thus minimized their will to work hard and enforced the will to entitlements without merit. When few generations of black people were sucked into this whirlpool, it’s very hard for them to realize what was the cause. They see and feel their suffocation but the only way they can do is to grab another empty and evil intended promise from left politicians. It’s very toxic to them as well to the country as a whole and it will be a slow and painful demise.

  • liz

    The “philosophical makeup” of the black community? From observing the behavior of the black community in Ferguson, there appears to be no philosophy involved in it at all. It appears to be more like abject ignorance and utter mental degradation. They have leftists like Obama and Holder to thank for that, but unfortunately they’re too ignorant to know it.

  • Eddie Henely
  • Eddie Henely
  • Eddie Henely

    this is what is wrong with crime in our cities, our government allows welfare hoes to breed like rats andoverpopulate the earth and then get rewarded for it. We get kids growing up on the streets whilethe welfare hoes spend little of the money on the kids and most of it on themselves then decent people has to pay their homes and their schooling. When will this stop, may if Texas becomes a nation and stops this and affirmative action it will help.

  • Realist

    Blacks have been deeply inculcated by self-serving libcultists for several generations now with notions about their never ending victim hood, and that message eventually become a default societal “truth”. The ideological daily diet of any American who imbibes the swill of the libcult media machine is constantly fed ideas that function (and are specifically designed) to instill shame, guilt in themselves and confusion about our enemies. This is no accident.

    The media libcultists seek to “rally” the troops in Ferguson and reap the rewards of those generations of programming and government dependence. Said troops being (hopefully) every member of every libcult victim group, not just blacks. This is accomplished by focusing the libcults media microscope on any and every alleged “injustice” to any member of a libcult victim groups 24/7, but totally ignoring any injustices by those same “victims” against any non libcult group. Libcultists speak quietly in reverent hushed tones about doing this, but only among friendly fellow traveler libcultists. The smart-set piously chortles over how they “made a difference”, fully expecting their fellow cocktail party urban cultists to give them the honors they know they deserve. Want a few examples?

    Just think back to the days immediately after 9/11. EVERY broadcast media organization spent countless hours haughtily lecturing Americans that they had better not even THINK about reacting viscerally to those murders by holding moose-limbs accountable. The libcult media also pushed the line 24/7 that “we need to understand why they hate us” blah blah blah. Then libcult media rapidly manicured away any images from public view that might serve to instill outrage (like people falling/jumping from the twin towers) and anger in Americans and instead substitute countless interviews with murdered victims families and how sad it all was. The intent was to eliminate ALL righteous outrage and anger and instead push pity, sadness and grief in its place.

    Fast forward to Iraq. That same media pushed the Abu Ghrab pictures – pictures that served to gin up outrage and righteous anger by our enemies – FOR MONTHS and did so all around the world. The same can be said of Fallujah and the fanciful myths of those supposed atrocities libcultists spend so much time discussing in movies, TV and the “news”. The libcultists endless need for iconographic weapons/memes/narratives they can use to beat Americans over the head with in their aggressive pursuit of raw POWER is all that matters to them, nothing else.

    They are libcult. Thats all you really need to know.

  • Fed Up

    Good article and I applaud your insight and objectivity. And I perfectly well understand the pride and sense of association black people must feel about Obama, especially in 2008. But the very fact you labor under the impression that he can somehow reverse the trends and uplift the people of neighborhoods like that in Ferguson is at the core of your community’s problem. A belief in great men and benevolent government programs that are going to somehow do for a people what they have forgotten and left off doing for themselves. There was a time not so long ago your neighborhoods and neighbors were far different than today.

    Big men can not undue what all of gov’t social policy nowadays seems dedicated to promoting. That constellation of welfare and other assistance that since its inception has now produced three or four generations of increasingly dependent people. Those legions of fatherless, aimless and hopeless young men who drop out of school, openly disdain all social convention and band together in feral packs to prey on any passersby, usually their extended neighbors and each other. And a like number of unwed young women who go on to have the next generation to the tune of some 80% illegitimacy rates in some districts.

    Each subsequent generation has become less prepared and able to fend for itself with many having never known anyone as a consistent role model who finishes school, goes to work and lives as the majority do. Those exceptions to the rule move upward and out. As each new generation becomes ever more dependent they also become more and more detached from social mores to the point that for many, their life’s initiative and energy is directed to playing the system or crime.

    Any outsiders who venture into those warrens such as business owners, landlords or anyone else trying to initiate economic activity becomes a fresh, untapped target who soon learns all of his investment, hard work and sacrifice is likely to go up in smoke one day, die a death of a thousand property crime cuts or in an instant with its owner killed in a robbery or such.

    After 50 years of gov’t “assistance” black neighborhoods went from decent, thriving places whose residents almost mirrored white society in marriage, divorce rates, graduation rates and other positive indicators to dystopian, nightmarish wastelands of crime, little opportunity and hopelessness. Anti-success and depravity grows apace and those of us watching the political and cultural scene a few decades have actually witnessed the devolution of a group of our countrymen.

    The folks of Ferguson and you are right to be mad at larger society and whites but direct their wrath at the wrong ones. They should thank condescending, racist liberals and their black overseers and apologists who figured out how to put the black man back on the plantation.

    Not of whips, chains and Simon Legrees but rather of dependency of the mind and spirit.

  • Lassiefaire

    The goal of this administration has been to organize disparity in the name of social justice. Those who drink the kool-aid believe they are victims and for generations have been oppressed by white people. Therefore, they are entitled to their benefits and have the right to commit criminal acts. Eric Holder and the band of race pimps lead their flock to a promised land of violence, ignorance and destitution.

  • Arf

    It took courage to write this Ms. Sara. Thank you.

  • Laurie Davis

    The Al Sharpton close connection and communication to the WH seems to indicate that this violence and hate being generated is another grass roots movement to get out the African American vote in November. Amazing that this President, who bears the responsibility for the terrible economy and lack of decent jobs, would again pit groups against each other to win an election. The state of this economy is effecting whites and blacks alike. Maybe it is time for all to point the finger in the right direction.

  • Lanna

    Truth be known, law abiding, hard working Blacks are appalled at this behavior. This is another attempt at igniting racial tensions…why else would Al Sharpton be in charge, with phone lines to the White House on every movement going on. There are two sides to this story. The police were patrolling the streets and on duty, Michael Brown and his friend were stealing of their own free will, so as you see right from the start of the robbery at the Convenient store, and intimidation of the store owner, the two teens were on a path to future arrests and lack of purpose for their lives, innocence had nothing to do with the set of events, its the culture of corruption and lawlessness.

  • Conniption Fitz

    Problem with Obama – he wants to normalize and force us to approve lifestyles and acts correlated with negative consequences. He has spent untold millions trying to promote homo/bi/promiscuity in schools, despite the evidence in research and CDC statistics. He has spent much time and money promoting miscreant black artists and sports figures as role models for young people. His policies have increased food stamps, joblessness, drugs, illegals, abortions and STDs.

    • pookieamos

      Did you know that Obama is using foreign aid to force changes in other countries ? Like abortions and homosexuality ! He is using bribes with US taxpayer money to social engineer the world and change cultures !

  • http://newworldisland.blogspot.com/ Arnoldr

    Our society has lost its compass of right and wrong, of truth and holiness, of civility, respect and responsibilities.

  • Phil Ossiferz Stone

    >He has unwittingly pitted black and Hispanic poor and disenfranchised communities against one another through his inaction on the illegal immigration issue.

    LOL. The author needs to read his Saul Alinsky.

  • Richard

    Excellent analysis. I would be interested if you wrote an article offering some suggestions how this “core” problem could be addressed. It seems everyone is avoiding it. Why? The consequences of the status quo are disastrous for everyone.

  • hopkins

    Blacks have no right to campaign on victimhood and innocense or complain about what others do to them as long as they are producing and spreading RAP music, the most violent and hateful “music” the world has ever seen. They want to spread messages of hate toward women because they feel so bad about themselves. Obama has never used his position to discourage RAP music. This is a glaring fact that suggests he just loves the punishment blacks are trying to put on whites.

  • nelly2004

    The sooner everyone can throw the color out of the mix, the sooner we will be able to see the truth. Obama is half white / half black- let’s neutralize the equation. Now look at what he has done and where he came from. He spent his formative years in an Islamic country where you had no choice but to embrace Islam. His view of the United States was negatively impacted in these years because of the political landscape there. He came back to the United States and supposedly converted to Christianity. This is odd because it is a fact that he has Muslim Brotherhood members in his administration and the penalty for leaving Islam is death. Hmm, why wouldn’t they kill him if they had the opportunity? Because the prize is infiltrating the United Stated government and pushing our policies toward the agenda of Islam. That is much bigger that beheading one infidel! This is exactly what is happening. When Michelle Bachman stated that the Muslim Brotherhood had infiltrated the state department in 2012, the media made her out to be a loon. Congressmen Gomert said the same thing.
    Think about it, Obama is the first president that has allowed policies that infringe on religious freedom in the military and in civilian life. Where is his outrage about the fact that thousands of Christians are being killed in the name of Islam. When he broke the law and announced the Bowe Bergdal swap Bergdals father spoke Arabic, the look on Obama’s face was the most endearing expression i have ever seen on him.
    Wake up people, Alan West just said what many have been thinking – he is an Islamist and supports their cause because everything he does (not says) supports this. He just removed the 30 year ban on Syrians going to American flight school and learning nuclear science in the U.S!!! Why would anyone worried about the welfare of citizens of the U.S. do that?
    Face it he is anti american and is spending our money and partying his way through his presidency all the while selling us down the river to the terrorists, He needs to be removed from office for treason. People know it, someone has to have the courage to start calling him out on this and not backing down when the leftist media tries to spin it. Circumstantial and policy evidence is overwhelming.
    We will have a first Black President that will make us proud eventually, it just isn’t him. As Americans, we can’t afford to let him finish his term because the damage to our freedom and security is too great. We need to clean out this administration, we have been infiltrated by the enemy.

    • pookieamos

      I agree 100 PERCENT !!!! Very nicely said , it must be said LOUDLY !!!!!

    • weneedleaders

      Ive read over your other posts too, and I share your perspectives.
      You deliver your points very well.

      We must continue to be an example, win the hearts and minds of the world. Stand up for our values.
      Be encouraged that necessity is the mother of all invention.
      Always has been.

  • Rmic

    every other ethnic group save one has risen up from the bottom hard as that is to do. So what is the real problem, ? It’s not racism and prejudice from the outside

  • stephaniejmota

    s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­r­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ wor­­­­­­­­­king a­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ home wit­­­­­­­­­h Google! It­­­­­­­­­’s­­­­­­­­­ by-fa­­­­­­­­­r­­­­­­­­­ t­­­­­­­­­he bes­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ job I’ve ha­­­­­­­­­d. La­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ Wednes­­­­­­­­­da­­­­­­­­­y I got­­­­­­­­­ a­­­­­­­­­ br­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­nd new BMW s­­­­­­­­­ince get­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ing a­­­­­­­­­ check for­­­­­­­­­ $6474 t­­­­­­­­­his­­­­­­­­­ – 4 weeks­­­­­­­­­ pa­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­. I bega­­­­­­­­­n t­­­­­­­­­his­­­­­­­­­ 8-mont­­­­­­­­­hs­­­­­­­­­ a­­­­­­­­­go a­­­­­­­­­nd immedia­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ely wa­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­ br­­­­­­­­­inging home a­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ lea­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ $77 per­­­­­­­­­ hour­­­­­­­­­. I wor­­­­­­­­­k t­­­­­­­­­hr­­­­­­­­­ough t­­­­­­­­­his­­­­­­­­­ link, go? t­­­­­­­­­o t­­­­­­­­­ech t­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­b for­­­­­­­­­ wor­­­­­­­­­k det­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­il

    >>>>>>>>>> http://x­u­r­l­.­e­s/a9vbw


  • stephaniejmota

    s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­r­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ wor­­­­­­­­­king a­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ home wit­­­­­­­­­h Google! It­­­­­­­­­’s­­­­­­­­­ by-fa­­­­­­­­­r­­­­­­­­­ t­­­­­­­­­he bes­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ job I’ve ha­­­­­­­­­d. La­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ Wednes­­­­­­­­­da­­­­­­­­­y I got­­­­­­­­­ a­­­­­­­­­ br­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­nd new BMW s­­­­­­­­­ince get­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ing a­­­­­­­­­ check for­­­­­­­­­ $6474 t­­­­­­­­­his­­­­­­­­­ – 4 weeks­­­­­­­­­ pa­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­. I bega­­­­­­­­­n t­­­­­­­­­his­­­­­­­­­ 8-mont­­­­­­­­­hs­­­­­­­­­ a­­­­­­­­­go a­­­­­­­­­nd immedia­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ely wa­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­ br­­­­­­­­­inging home a­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ lea­­­­­­­­­s­­­­­­­­­t­­­­­­­­­ $77 per­­­­­­­­­ hour­­­­­­­­­. I wor­­­­­­­­­k t­­­­­­­­­hr­­­­­­­­­ough t­­­­­­­­­his­­­­­­­­­ link, go? t­­­­­­­­­o t­­­­­­­­­ech t­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­b for­­­­­­­­­ wor­­­­­­­­­k det­­­­­­­­­a­­­­­­­­­il

    >>>>>>>>>> http://x­u­r­l­.­e­s/a9vbw