Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Reparations time. Pay what you owe!!

Collapse
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
    Do you think I'm surprised? All of y'all are the same to me, Democrats, Republicans, Liberal, Conservatives, until you prove yourself otherwise. Y'all just use different tactics to get the same results.
    All y’all, as if you are any different or above it all. You worship race hustlers and con artists.

    Comment


    • Originally posted by travestyny View Post
      Billeau! Nice to see you, bro. It's been awhile.

      And I agree with you 100%. Excellent post, though it does leave a bitter and grim image of the United States government. I don't think reparations will ever be awarded, but of course I certainly hope it is implemented the proper way to have a positive effect if it is awarded!

      Much respect, bro.
      I think the government is getting us ready for disclosure... We are not alone and some of us have put the dots together a long time ago, not it is slowly seeping into common knowledge.

      With that said...ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE! Excellent topic and If this power structure is forced to admit that Black yellow red and white people have a lot in common compared to green people, all bets are off! Lol.

      Comment


      • Originally posted by AllBoxingAD View Post
        Exactly my point.

        What is the point of this CIA long con if the end result is the status quo? Just keep pumping out white candidates and save yourself the trouble.

        Also, other countries like France were actually more involved in the revolt in Lybia then the US was. I know you trying to reach hard as hell to make Obama wear that hat but its just propaganda. Again, you are wasting your time with conspiracy theories.
        Those countries don't move without the approval of the US and at the behest of the US.

        "We came. We saw. He died"-Hillary Clinton

        Comment


        • Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
          American imperialism means US foreign policy. He did nothing different from what any white President would do. These blacks that get in the system to uphold the status quo (Obama, Kamala Harris) are useless to the black clause. What's the point of us celebrating them if they're upholding the same racist system as whites in their position would? At least Eric Holder tried to change the system and wasn't afraid to call out systematic & institutional racism.

          Black slaves being sold in Libya on the open market is a direct effect of American imperialism under a black face. Obama made the world more dangerous for black people
          - -You drawing the color line.

          MLK had a dream of wanting to eliminate it.

          Yup!

          Comment


          • Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post

            Only the approved negros on both sides were invited.
            - -You using the "approved" n word is it?

            Malcolm told us how it was and then adjusted his thinking while you be drinking to millionaire reparations.

            Comment


            • Originally posted by QueensburyRules View Post
              - -You drawing the color line.

              MLK had a dream of wanting to eliminate it.

              Yup!
              LOl, good point QueenBee!

              Comment


              • They know their wealth was built on international slave trade. They know that wealth remains visible today. But they think an apology is sufficient.




                Amsterdam to apologise for role in slave trade
                Thirty prominent merchants were main drivers of Dutch slavery in 17th century

                In what’s being hailed as a “historic” decision, Amsterdam is to apologise for its role in the slave trade which made it the richest city in the western world for more than 100 years from the mid-17th to mid-18th centuries – creating wealth that remains visible today.

                A swing to GreenLeft in local elections last year, making it the largest party on the city council with 10 seats, meant that for the first time on Monday evening, parties favouring an apology were able to achieve a left-leaning majority of 31 of the 45 seats, putting the decision beyond doubt.

                GreenLeft was joined by Labour, D66, the Socialists, Bij1, and Think, but also by the Christian Union, which is conservative on issues such as same-sex marriage, abortion and euthanasia. Its leader on the council, Don Ceder, commented after the vote: “This should have happened much sooner”.

                Those voting in favour did not include prime minister, Mark Rutte’s centre-right Liberals, their frequent allies, the Christian Democrats, or Thierry Baudet’s fledgling Forum for Democracy, all right-of-centre parties.

                The plan now is for the council to spend the next year researching the city’s slave-owning past, before making the public apology at its annual commemoration of slavery, a festival known as Keti Koti (The Chain is Broken) or Prisiri Maspasi (Festival of Emancipation) on July 1st, 2020.

                July 1st is significant because it marks emancipation day in the Caribbean country of Suriname, a Dutch colony until independence in 1975.

                Suriname – along with the Dutch Antilles and the island of Aruba – was where the company behind the slave trade, the Dutch West India Company, founded in 1621 and financed by Amsterdam’s bankers, shipped more than 600,000 Africans to work on plantations producing sugar and coffee.

                Prominent merchants
                Records from the 17th century show that 30 of the city’s most prominent merchants were the main drivers behind Dutch slavery, which they developed to a new mass scale. These were men often associated with the magnificent canal houses of the inner city, built to display their wealth.

                In what’s being hailed as a “historic” decision, Amsterdam is to apologise for its role in the slave trade which made it the richest city in the western world for more than 100 years from the mid-17th to mid-18th centuries – creating wealth that remains visible today.

                A swing to GreenLeft in local elections last year, making it the largest party on the city council with 10 seats, meant that for the first time on Monday evening, parties favouring an apology were able to achieve a left-leaning majority of 31 of the 45 seats, putting the decision beyond doubt.

                GreenLeft was joined by Labour, D66, the Socialists, Bij1, and Think, but also by the Christian Union, which is conservative on issues such as same-sex marriage, abortion and euthanasia. Its leader on the council, Don Ceder, commented after the vote: “This should have happened much sooner”.

                Those voting in favour did not include prime minister, Mark Rutte’s centre-right Liberals, their frequent allies, the Christian Democrats, or Thierry Baudet’s fledgling Forum for Democracy, all right-of-centre parties.

                The plan now is for the council to spend the next year researching the city’s slave-owning past, before making the public apology at its annual commemoration of slavery, a festival known as Keti Koti (The Chain is Broken) or Prisiri Maspasi (Festival of Emancipation) on July 1st, 2020.

                July 1st is significant because it marks emancipation day in the Caribbean country of Suriname, a Dutch colony until independence in 1975.

                Suriname – along with the Dutch Antilles and the island of Aruba – was where the company behind the slave trade, the Dutch West India Company, founded in 1621 and financed by Amsterdam’s bankers, shipped more than 600,000 Africans to work on plantations producing sugar and coffee.

                Prominent merchants
                Records from the 17th century show that 30 of the city’s most prominent merchants were the main drivers behind Dutch slavery, which they developed to a new mass scale. These were men often associated with the magnificent canal houses of the inner city, built to display their wealth.


                In fact, many of the grandest buildings in the centre of the city have that unfortunate association with slavery, including the Royal Palace on the Dam, where the plantation owners of Suriname met regularly, and West India House, former headquarters of the West India Company.

                It was during this “golden age” that the Amsterdam stock exchange was established to provide those merchants with a safe and regulated place where they could buy and sell shares in these early globalised enterprises. It is still the oldest functioning stock exchange in the world.

                “Even though slavery has been abolished since 1863, the traces remain visible everywhere around the city today,” said D66 councillor Dehlia Timman.

                “This vote is a historic moment. I hope it can end a period which has been very painful for the descendants of slaves, many of whom came to the Netherlands and have been instrumental in shaping our multicultural society. Their history must not be forgotten.”
                https://www.irishtimes.com/news/worl...37384?mode=amp

                Comment


                • Originally posted by QueensburyRules View Post
                  - -You drawing the color line.

                  MLK had a dream of wanting to eliminate it.

                  Yup!
                  His dream was reparations

                  Comment


                  • Originally posted by QueensburyRules View Post
                    - -You using the "approved" n word is it?

                    Malcolm told us how it was and then adjusted his thinking while you be drinking to millionaire reparations.
                    Malcolm adjusting his thinking is a lie created by Alex Haley. Show me Malcolm in his own words.

                    Comment


                    • Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
                      Malcolm adjusting his thinking is a lie created by Alex Haley. Show me Malcolm in his own words.
                      Pay what YOU OWE me.

                      Comment

                      Working...
                      X
                      TOP