In light of the riots in London, I’m writing this blog, today, to explore the bottom line of what’s going on around the planet with young people who are sick of unemployment and poverty; black people who are tired of unemployment, poverty and racism; Jews who are tired of all other religions; Muslims who are tired of Christians; people of color who are tired of the superiority complex of white people; white people who are tired of everybody including their own.
The theory and activity of “Divide and conquer” worked in the 16th to 20th century. It is not working in the 21st Century because too many people have access to instant means of communication with the Internet.
Watch these videos and leave your comments on what you think is going on.
The West Indies
Comprised of the islands of Jamaica, Haiti & Hispanola (Dominican Republic), Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Tortola, Anchilles, Antiqua, Barbuda, St. Vincent, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Dominica, Barbados, Tobego, Trinidad and many others
In Triangular Road, Paule Marshall wrote, “Bajans seldom socialized with the other islanders who had also immigrated to Brooklyn. Trinidadians were considered too frivolous, a people who lived only for their yearly carnival. Jamaicans in their view were a rough lot who disgraced the King’s English. . . . Those from lesser-known islands St. Vincent, Grenada, St. Lucia were dimissed as ‘low-islanders’. American black people needed to stand up more to the white man. Bajans were called ‘The Jews of the West Indies’ because they could ‘squeeze a penny’ and ‘turn a dime into a dollar,'” a commendable trait in my view. (Marshall, 2009, p.86)
Dr. David Duke’s report on Jews who monetized the Transatlantic slave trade fails to excuse or present apologia for the 2% of white families that owned slaves, while 40% of Jewish families in America owned slaves.
9/11 UNREPORTED Information
And who’s responsible for this???
Rodriguez heard and felt at least three explosions going off down in the basement levels within seconds of each other.
Absolute pandemonium broke out, with screams of “Bombs! Bombs!” rising above the din as terrified workers scattered in all directions, frantically seeking ways to escape.
[NB: There were a total of six basement levels. Level-2, immediately below Rodriguez’s position and the apparent location of the first explosion, was a “Mechanical Floor”—a restricted access area.]
But the “bombs” were by no means confined to the basement levels. READ MORE