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America is inherently racist. Yes, America, slavery existed and it existed for a miserably long time. Africans were taken and forced into labor against their will, all in an effort to prosper up humans who had this Godly audacity to someday say that “they”, the slave, are less than man, less than human, less than species where they make such judgement upon another. No if, and or but, America has to fully recognize the ill of it’s past in order to further build up all of it’s communities. There is massive divide today, and most of it is controlled politically, and it almost always is politically driven. Slavery was not something that man just decided to do. They planned this out. They organized labor around the capture of men and women to throttle their own political agendas. Slavery strengthened America’s economic footprint. The U.S. used slavery as a way of bypassing economic tensions.

Centuries long, slavery in the U.S. should be frowned upon by every American citizen, and I mean this from the bottom of my heart. If we honestly still live this way, then what now? Are people still THAT blatantly racist in this day and age? Why do we have such a divide? Does man truly wish to keep an opening for an attempt to repeat past failures? Is that why racism exists, to ensure that a paradigm movement is possible, as if you know that treating a different race poorly opens up a different portal to a world where you are in complete control?

Yeah, sure.

You know who I have a particular distaste for?

Nazis, The KKK, and well, Confederates.

And know that I am an American, and that is just how I personally feel. I’m always open for dialogue myself as well, because what I find to be most important in humanity is, and should always be, to talk things out, and do it so that things always work out. This is what we do. It may seem elementary, like an easy equation that you know will help you pass every test this year. Well, our dialogue is important. We have to talk out our differences if we are ever going to progress. That isn’t just here in the USA, I mean the entire world. We need to progressively consider making global pacts that put a huge stoppage on wartime efforts. I believe that we are now spending entirely too much on defense at this time, and I believe that Americans are being put on a backburner to these very large war bills. Kid you the fuck not though, a lot of shit is definitely going the fuck down, but is war more important than our own rights? Shouldn’t we be paid more? How about even cheaper things! Almost-Free healthcare? That sound good?

Not going back to the topic of slavery, white people and black people in the US need to squash their differences. I feel it’s either time, or well, well past time to do so. It is important.

Well, what matters then. Not what gives, but this feeling even beyond the question, what is the point? Should I research the meaning of things, or should I derive them myself?

Look at me, I can’t even stay off the topic.

Slavery was beyond cruel. It was more fowl than God could do to man of course. Yet, it has existed throughout time. Slaves have been used to build empires, as they were here in the US. It’s an unfortunate event, when an empire chooses to go that route, as opposed to helping their people rather than treating them like they are nothing and just property.

The atrocities of man are terrible, but the war must go on.

Sorry, I meant the show.

It truly sucks.

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Alright, I love everyone. But we need to come to terms. Think of our future.

-M

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Mississippi to remove state flag, the last to display the Confederate battle emblem

BY KATE SMITH

UPDATED ON: JUNE 28, 2020 / 7:50 PM / CBS NEWS

The Mississippi state legislature voted on Sunday to replace its state flag, the last in the nation to display the Confederate battle emblem. The removal of the flag marks the latest Confederate symbol to topple in the weeks following George Floyd’s death as activists have called for a reexamination of the racism that exists in all corners of society.

The bill passed by a vote of 91-23 in the House and 37-14 in the Senate.  

The bill now goes to the desk of Governor Tate Reeves, who on Saturday morning said he would sign the legislation into law, reversing resistance to a legislature-led change to the flag. Mississippians will vote on a replacement flag in the November election. According to the legislation, the current flag design cannot be an option.

“I would guess a lot of you don’t even see that flag in the corner right there,” said Mississippi state Representative Ed Blackmon, who is black, during public comment on Saturday. “There are some of us who notice it every time we walk in here, and it’s not a good feeling.”

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The state flag of Mississippi flies at the Governor’s Mansion in Jackson, Mississippi, on Friday, April 26, 2019.ROGELIO V. SOLIS / AP

Up until earlier this month, the majority of Mississippians favored keeping the flag, which prominently features the battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia. In 2001, voters decided two to one in a ballot measure to keep the flag as is, many arguing it was a nod to their ancestors who fought for Mississippi in the Civil War. 

But a recent wave of influential business, religious and sports leaders condemning the flag — including the Southeastern Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Association —  prompted a change of heart. By Thursday, polling showed 55% of Mississippians wanted a change, according to the state’s chamber of commerce.

Many symbols of the Confederacy have vanished in the wake of Floyd’s death. Earlier this month, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced his intention to remove a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from Richmond’s historic Monument Avenue. Military leaders have said they were open to renaming forts named after Confederate generals, a proposal that’s been rejected by President Trump. NASCAR announced it would prohibit the display of the Confederate flag during races and other events, writing in a statement that the flag’s presence “runs contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment.”

But nowhere is the Confederate flag more on display than in Mississippi, the last remaining state to include the design on its official state flag. As other Southern states have retired designs that included the symbol, Mississippi has been the lone holdout, even as institutions across the state have voluntarily pulled it down. 

Following the attack on black parishioners by a white supremacist in a South Carolina church, all of Mississippi’s public universities and many cities have stopped flying the ensign. But the flag still flies in front of many public buildings, including the state capitol building and the Governor’s mansion.

Mississippians had previously been resistant to changing the flag, citing the state’s history. But activists argued the flag has been co-opted, and now is used as a symbol of white supremacy, the Jim Crow South and racism and violence that black Americans still face.

“My ancestors were beaten and traumatized, and it was under that flag,” said Jarrius Adams, 22, a political activist that advocated for the change. “There are a lot of moments when I’m not proud to be from Mississippi, but this is definitely a moment that I’m extremely proud to be from Mississippi.”

First published on June 28, 2020 / 6:59 PM

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The Revolution

-M

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U.S. Constitutional Requirements For Presidential Candidates

IN ORDER TO BECOME THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF,

The president must:

  • Be a natural-born citizen of the United States
  • Be at least 35 years old
  • Have been a resident of the United States for 14 years

Anyone who meets these requirements can declare their candidacy for president. Once a candidate raises or spends more than $5,000 for their campaign, they must register with the Federal Election Commission. That includes naming a principal campaign committee to raise and spend campaign funds.

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That is all.

-M

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If I Ruled the World

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What Happen To Our Dreams?

It comes, and it goes. The American Dream. It’s what we are taught dream about, that good ole’ American Dream.

By 2024, we will have a National debt of approximately $44 Trillion dollars.

By my own estimates, we’ll fall behind to other wealthy nations.

I am the type of individual who would give all of my money away to a charitable cause, but alas, I am a man without much money (if pennies count), so I often find myself rifting into a new dream. Another’s dream.

If I do, if I have $100 Billion dollars, do I keep it?

What happened to The American Dream?

Technology & The Arts appear to be in control, but if I didn’t try to summarize what we owe and focused on who owns what, I would say that the Common American cannot weather the coming storm.

I would say that those who reap wealth have selfishly left behind their Cohorts. I would say that they have belittled The Republic. I would say that they have stolen.

If I were of the wealthy, I would derive a cure for the root of our problem.

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Are they? Do they care? Do Hip-Hop moguls and other extraordinary artists care? Do they care that America is losing this war of wealth? Are they going to keep The American Dream going? Do Americans even matter anymore?

This isn’t about being black, nor white, Mexican, Jew, or Gentile. This is about the sanctity of The Republic. The American Republic is suffering, yet so many make too much money while money becomes more of an extreme scarcity.

NBA players make explosive contracts, that turn into nothing but houses and cars. They take little care of their earnings, and the little money they donate is not enough to help the Nation.

Actors make multi-million dollar contracts through their acting abilities, but what do we make? Are we now JUST to be entertained?

Did anything that #BernieSanders said make any sense? Did it make sense to anyone?

Donald Trump was filmed with the accompaniment of other celebrities to show that they control America, in a lewd and pornographic video, but what happens when Americans are forced to wake up? What happens when something truly wakes us up? Remember September 11, 2001?

We fall so easily into the pits of celebrity that we fail to see the significance of The American. We have built ourselves into a war-mongering nation, and we would rather pay millions upon millions of dollars to socialites and athletes, as opposed to helping our new born children and the homeless.

There are even homeless veterans on the streets. Yet, America doesn’t care. Although 1 of the top 10 wealthiest Americans could single-handedly end poverty and homeless across the entire nation, they do not. The wealthiest profiteers have taken off with the American Dream. It may not be too late to repair our damages, but have we not defeated The Enemy?

If not for war, what can we not band together? Division is how we love to be, but we have divided ourselves into an incredibly large pit, and now we aren’t focused enough together to fix our most modern issues.

We worry about medicine, we worry about healthcare, education for our children and the safety of our roads and buildings. What about the economy?

I took one economic class, and I learned was that Americans are not in control. We have already leveraged too many of our jobs abroad. We fear doing work for ourselves, and we refuse to pay Americans anymore. Because of our selfishness, we have created an ever-impossible-to-stop vacuum where the wealthy become even more wealthy, while the basic American suffers and struggles with depression, being poor, being belittled, and frankly, too many of us just don’t want to live. We run to drugs to feed our obsession with a life that no one cares about us in.

So whilst the musicians make billions and the tech gurus, like Mark Zuckerberg, reap in more billions than fathomable, the clock turns.

The clock turns while hundreds of thousands of American suffer with medical debt, educational debt.

The clock turns while my generation tries hard to suffice.

The clock turns while Jezz Bezos enjoys his $100 Billion Dollar Empire.

Beyonce basks in her poetic freedom, enveloped by all the richest she could dream of.

The clock turns while The Kardashian Family forces us to be their slaves, their fans, their contributors, and their peons.

The clock turns. Some day, we’ll wonder why we never tried to fix this clock.

Until then, the clock merely turns, and turns, and turns, and turns. . .

The Clock turns.

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