Sunday, July 21, 2019

Cocktails & Popcorn: Trump, Jr. Prefaces The Detroit NAACP-DNC-CNN #coloredrevolution - Featuring Rashida Tlaib

I wonder if Hillary Clinton will be in Detroit for all the fun.

I do hope someone does a story on the Hamtramck NAACP, which is an entirely different kind of #coloredrevolution.

Someone should check on 


National NAACP convention opens in Detroit with sense of urgency

NAACP President Derrick Johnson said a "xenophobic and racist climate (is) germinating from the White House," citing recent controversial remarks from President Donald Trump directed at four freshmen members of Congress including Detroit Democrat Rashida Tlaib.
"Don't you dare ask me about the NAACP Voter Slush Trust.",
said Derrick Johnson, NAACP

The 110th annual NAACP convention opened in Detroit Saturday with calls to increase voter participation, tackle economic issues affecting African American communities and confront racism.

"When we were last here we tried to bury the N-word," said NAACP Chairman Leon Russell during an opening news conference Saturday. "This year, once and for all, we hope to have a real conversation about racism in the United States of America. We want to talk about what part public policy plays in racism in the United States and we want to talk about what role the NAACP ... plays in trying once and for all to eliminating racism."

The NAACP last held its national convention in Detroit in 2007.

Russell said it is fitting that the NAACP is gathering here again, saying "we have a history in this city" citing various court challenges including the 1925 Ossian Sweet case which ended in the acquittal of the black physician and some family members who fought to protect themselves against a white mob when Sweet moved his family into a white neighborhood on Detroit's east side.

An estimated 10,000 people are expected in town for the convention, which opened with a press conference Saturday.
This is not an ass-backwards picture of the
Detroit 2010-2018 Election Interference Coalition
NAACP President Derrick Johnson, who grew up in Detroit, said a "xenophobic and racist climate (is) germinating from the White House," citing recent controversial remarks from President Donald Trump directed at four freshmen members of Congress including Detroit Democrat Rashida Tlaib.

Johnson added: "If there is ever a need for the NAACP it is now."

An estimated 10,000 people are expected in town for the convention, which opened with a press conference Saturday.

Trump was heavily criticized and labeled a racist by some for telling the four women of color to "go back" to where they came from.

The Rev. Wendell Anthony, president of the Detroit branch of the NAACP, said during the newser, "Mr. President, we ain't going nowhere."

Anthony said other issues such as health care, education, incarceration rates and economic development also need to be discussed.

Trump declined an invitation to speak at the convention.

Johnson said mobilizing voters to take part in the election process and protecting voters' rights is a key role for the NAACP.

Democratic presidential candidates are expected to address the NAACP convention during a forum Wednesday.

Vice-chair of the NAACP Karen Boykin-Towns said African American women are a big segment of voters and politically engaged.

"Black women are a voting bloc like no other," said Boykin-Towns Saturday.

Ten thousand people are expected for the convention at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit, pumping an estimated $11 million into local economy.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan was among the officials who attended the news conference Saturday to open the convention, which runs through Wednesday.

Comerica Bank used the occasion to announce a citywide financial education initiative, which includes a series of financial literacy workshops across Detroit beginning next month.

Michael Cheatham, vice president of Michigan Corporate Contributions, said indicators of financial well-being tend to be lower in communities of color. He said he hopes the workshops and partnership with the NAACP will help improve the financial literacy of those communities.

"The more we can pour this information into those communities, the more empowered they'll be," Cheatham said. "The great thing about financial education is that it can be carried throughout the family. So we're hoping to not only impact the person sitting in the classroom, but also their families and generations going forward."

James Coney, 70, said he came all the way from Merritt Island, Florida, to enjoy the exhibits at Cobo Center. Coney also said he hopes the NAACP will address issues he sees facing the black community.

"Economic empowerment is very important," he said. "Predatory lending is another one I'd like to see them talk about."

Detroit resident Carla Spearman, 57, said while she did not come to see any particular issue addressed, she was excited to see what organizations at the convention had to offer.

"I'm just here going around to see the booths and see what all is happening in Detroit right now," she said.

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Cocktails & Popcorn: LDS Teams Up With NAACP In Detroit For The #Coloredrevolution

With all the heraldry of the 1960s, the Church of the Latter Day Saints teams up with the NAACP to roll out the next #coloredrevolution.

I guess you can say racial harmony can always be achieved through foreign funded psyoptics when you are looking at the possibilities of war crimes.

Opinion: Collaboration jangles discord into harmony

Russell M. Nelson
"The NAACP is my new Ride or Die.  Are you ready, Swindle?
Go tell Mittens we launch the
Detroit #coloredrevolution in 3...2....",

said Russel Nelson, LDS
On May 10, 1963, the first organizers of Detroit’s historic “March to Freedom” gathered to begin planning an event that Martin Luther King would dub one of the “largest and greatest demonstration(s) for freedom ever held in the United States.”

And yet without the influence of Detroit’s NAACP leaders, the event might have restricted participation. No doubt the early organizers had their reasons for seeking a more exclusive march. But the local NAACP leadership didn’t budge. They understood the value of an integrated community voice — if the march wasn’t open to all supporters, they wouldn’t back it.

Eventually, the whole community was invited to the historic gathering along Woodward. Most Americans are familiar with the “I Have a Dream” speech delivered in Washington, D.C. that year, but it was here in Detroit, inside Cobo Hall, where King foreshadowed those immortal words.

Thousands of civil rights supporters will once again descend on Detroit’s Cobo Hall — now Cobo Center — for the 110th NAACP Annual Convention this week.

With its history of facilitating wide participation, as demonstrated during Detroit’s “March to Freedom,” the NAACP has invited for the first time the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Russell M. Nelson, to speak alongside notable civil rights supporters and organizers. In recent years the NAACP and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have found significant common cause. And the partnership has become something of a parable in what coaction can accomplish in an era too often marked by division. The relationship started small when local leaders from both groups initiated a modest, but symbolically important, project to restore the historic NAACP field office in Mississippi once occupied by civil rights martyr Medgar Evers.

Eleven days prior to the Detroit march, Evers was shot by a member of the Ku Klux Klan while returning home to his family. During King’s speech at Cobo Hall he paid tribute to Evers, stating that “nothing can be more redemptive” than dying in the cause of freedom.

From this initial partnership, the NAACP and the church have cooperated to pilot free, in-person, multi-week workshops on personal finance. The preliminary results are promising. "I now have tools and resources to better manage my money (and save for family goals)," one participant reported. Another stated candidly: "I feel like I can stop living off of the payday loan people. I thought I would never get out of that trap." Meanwhile, the NAACP has also begun partnering with Brigham Young University’s law school, which is sponsored by the Church, on a community initiative that leverages the school’s large alumni lawyer network to assist people — pro bono — with minor legal issues before the courts.

During Martin Luther King’s 1963 speech in Detroit, he spoke about love as “redemptive goodwill for all men,” and he emphasized Christ’s teachings on the subject.

“History,” King observed, “is cluttered with the wreckage of communities that failed to follow this command.”

By having the president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speak in the same city and space where King once marched, the NAACP is demonstrating once again that it stands on the side of collaboration and cooperation. And, at a time when we have too many social divisions and partitions, this emerging partnership between the NAACP and the Church echoes, in some small way, King’s call in Cobo Hall to transform “the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood.”

Karen Boykin-Towns is the vice chair of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Board of Directors. Sharon Eubank is the First Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

I give this group project a B+ for creativity.  The picture of Russel was Dr. Evilishly awesome.

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Saturday, July 20, 2019

CONYERS: FBI Broke the Law and General Counsel’s Office, Headed by Valerie Caproni, Sanctioned It and Must Face Consequences - April 14, 2010

MARCH 20, 2007

FBI Use of National Security Letters

The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on an independent report of the inspector general on the use of national security letters by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Witnesses testified about the amount and type of information reported to Congress on the use of the letters to gather information on individuals, civil rights concerns, and operational procedures used by the FBI in domestic surveillance. 
Dean of the U.S. House
of Representatives
John Conyers, Jr.
(Washington) April 14, 2010 - House Judiciary Committee Chair John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich.) issued the following statement after the Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on the Report by the Office of Inspector General (IG) of the Department of Justice on the FBI’s Use of Exigent Letters and Other Informal Requests for Telephone Records.

"Today’s hearing showed that the FBI broke the law on telephone records privacy and the General Counsel’s Office, headed by Valerie Caproni, sanctioned it and must face consequences," said Conyers. "I call upon FBI Director Mueller to take immediate action to punish those who violated the rules, including firing them from the agency. This must include the FBI Office of General Counsel, headed by Valerie Caproni, which the IG testified today had ‘approved [the] continued use’ of exigent letters and ‘provided legal advice that was inconsistent with’ federal law.

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Valerie Caproni
"Between 2003 and 2006, the FBI improperly obtained personal telephone record information from U.S. telephone companies for more than 5,500 phone numbers, including private details protected by federal law. The IG found that, during this period, much of this information was obtained through the use of so-called ‘exigent letters’, which do not exist in the Patriot Act and have no statutory basis whatsoever. In some cases agents sent letters with information known to be false.

"The FBI must fulfill its obligations to protect the rights as well as the security of all Americans. I share the concerns of my colleague, the former Republican chairman of the Committee James Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.), who today said,

‘I’m extremely disappointed that every time Congress has tried to plug potential civil rights and civil liberties violations in our counterterrorism activities, the FBI seems to have figured out a way to get around it.’

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What I Would Ask Robert Mueller If I Was A Member Of Judiciary

Well, there seems to be a new game going around the cyberverse called "What I would ask Robert Mueller."

Since members are only allotted five minutes, I decided to respect the economy of time.

Here are my 5 questions:

  1. How much longer before you #sayhisname?
  2. When are you coming to Detroit?
  3. When is the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed to be released?
  4. Do you ever learn to dig clams?
  5. Which member will be the first to have a meltdown?

I reserve the balance of my time for the other members.

The public must understand it takes a few extra moments to compose oneself to frame the questions properly when experiencing a spiritual implosion.

What I Would Ask Robert Mueller

By James Comey

If I were a member of Congress with five minutes to question Robert Mueller, I would ask short questions drawn from the report’s executive summaries.

Volume One: Russia

Did you find that there were a series of contacts between the Trump campaign and individuals with ties to the Russian government? (p. 5)

In particular, did you find that a Trump foreign policy adviser learned that the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton in the form of thousands of emails? (pp. 5-6)

Did you find that the Trump foreign policy adviser said the Trump campaign had received indications from the Russian government that it could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information damaging to candidate Clinton? (p. 6)

Did you find that senior members of the Trump campaign met with Russian representatives at Trump Tower after being told in an email that the meeting was part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump? (p. 6)

Did you find that, despite the fact that candidate Trump said he had "nothing to do with Russia," his organization had been pursuing a major Moscow project into the middle of the election year and that candidate Trump was regularly updated on developments? (vol 1, p. 5: vol 2, p. 19)

Did the Trump campaign report any of its Russian contacts to the FBI?

Not even the indications from the Russian government that it could assist the campaign through the anonymous release of information damaging to candidate Clinton?

Volume Two: Obstruction

Did you reach a judgment as to whether the president had committed obstruction of justice crimes?

Did you find substantial evidence that the president had committed obstruction of justice crimes?

For example, did you find that the president directed the White House counsel to call the acting attorney general and tell him the special counsel must be removed? (p. 4)

Did you find that the White House counsel decided he would rather resign than carry out that order? (p. 4)

Did you find that the president later directed the White House counsel to say he had not been ordered to have the special counsel removed? (p. 6)

Did you find that the president wanted the White House counsel to write a false memo saying he had not been ordered to have the special counsel removed? (p. 6)

Did you find that the White House counsel refused to do that because it was not true? (p. 6)

Did you find that the president repeatedly asked a private citizen—his former campaign manager—to deliver a message to the attorney general to restrict the special counsel to investigating only future campaign interference? (p. 5)

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Cocktails & Popcorn: Algerian American Couple Told To Go Back To Their Country - But Which One? Another Failed #coloredrevolution

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"If I pour them into one glass, I can get the
civil rights I want out of both countries."
If Ameur Dhaimini and his wife, Alaa Kouider state in the public record that they are Algerian-Americans, well, that would mean that they posses dual citizenship.

How can you have dual citizenship if you are born in the United States if there are no public records, but I would not know anything about that because I have no intentions of vetting.

I am just castigating.

So, if the worker made the passionate statement to go back to your country, my question would be, "Which one?"

No one provided any due process for the worker because we only have one side of the story, starting from the point of the cell phone footage.

The worker was fired, without allowing her to bear witness.

In reversal, Trump disavows criticism of chanting crowd

I believe there shall be a gaggle of lawyers swooping down upon this young lady, who was visibly triggered from more than a corrective coffee order, but hey, what do I know?

I know I see CAIR and Dawud Walid, so, I am just going to call this for what I think it is.


I have noticed that for the last two years, the latest and greatest craze in proatcive legal defensive moves is to preemptively file a racial discrimination lawsuit, where they are always settled out of court, to prevent criminal prosecution of the crimes your are covering up, like money laundering.

Everyone loves legal fees when it comes to money laundering, you know.

Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me.

I suggest they stay far away from Detroit, or any political meeting in Detroit, having been insulated from the world around them.

I would adore seeing this play out in a full, public trail.

Couple say Tim Hortons worker told them to 'go back to your country'

Alaa Kouider describes the alleged discrimination as her husband, Ameur Dhaimini, listens.

The local office of a Muslim advocacy group filed a Michigan civil rights complaint Friday on behalf of an Ann Arbor area couple who say a Tim Hortons employee told them to "go back to your country" when the couple stopped in last month.

Algerian-American couple file civil rights complaint over Ypsilanti incident. Todd McInturf, The Detroit News

Ameur Dhaimini, 31, and his wife, Alaa Kouider, 27, who are Muslims and live in the Ann Arbor area, say they went to a Tim Hortons on Hewitt and Michigan Avenue in Ypsilanti June 28 on their way to northern Michigan for a family vacation.

Kouider, a native of Lansing, said the clerk for the drive-through got their coffee order wrong and when she and her husband went inside to get a replacement order, an African-American clerk became belligerent with them and hurled "hostile" insults at them, eventually telling them to "go back to your country" and cursing at Kouider.

Koudier said the female employee told her during the tirade: "This isn't your country. Go back to your country. I thought you had your papers."

Koudier said it was even more "shocking" than the words came from the mouth of another racial minority.

"I don't expect any minority to treat another minority (that way) so it hurts a little more," Koudier said during a news conference at the CAIR Michigan office in Farmington Hills. "It was very hurtful. I've never been treated like that in my life."

The couple is Algerian-American.

A store manager declined comment Friday and told a reporter to go to the company website to get a corporate phone number. Tim Hortons corporate media relations did not immediately respond to an email from The Detroit News.

Koudier, a mental health therapist, said the words stung and made her "ashamed of my country" to experience the "mistreatment" by the employee.

Dhaimini, an accountant, said: "I never thought I would experience that kind of treatment. I was shocked."

Koudier urged others who encounter similar incidents to speak up and "definitely not to stay silent." She said a Tim Hortons representative called her to apologize and to offer her a gift card for a free cup of coffee.

Dawud Walid, the executive director of CAIR Michigan, said the offer was "offensive." He said similar acts are on the rise and are "permeating American society" as people are "emboldened" by the behavior of President Donald Trump toward people of color.

Koudier said she would like to see Tim Hortons offer better employee training.

Amy Doukoure, the staff attorney for CAIR Michigan, said Friday that the manager for the store on Michigan only learned about the incident Thursday though it occurred about three weeks ago.

Doukoure said she filed a complaint with the Michigan Civil Rights Department on the basis of religious discrimination on behalf of the couple.

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Friday, July 19, 2019

Cocktails & Popcorn: Reese Everson Of AfroFuture Sucks & Failed Her Detroit #coloredrevolution Operation

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"I wonder if Reese would have given me that
African American discount."
Carol Channing.
It was when I saw RT America, do this piece on Detroit, the week before the big NAACP and DNC, invite only, Detroit 2020 Presidential Candidate Debate, that I just had to drop my head, in shame, for the simple fact that some more foreign, Predictive Modeling Crappers had come up with another one of their Monte Carlo Meth Smoking Behavioral Analysis Models on who the people of Detroit are and what they are supposed to look and act.

The African-Americans, a term Jesse Jackson coined, needs to told as his tale.

If Africa is a continent, and the United States is a nation, does that mean African Americans have dual citizenship or are these votes disqualified under Voter ID laws?

Not everyone from the continent of Africa is of the darker persuasion.

Not everyone of the darker persuasion is from Africa.

If Colored Person A procreates with Colored Person B, producing Colored Offspring X; and, Colored Person C procreates with Colored Person D, producing Colored Offspring Y; where, Colored Offspring X and Colored Offspring Y procreate to produce Colored Offspring XY, does the zygote qualify for reparations?

This is Detroit and we do not play that crap.

This is that privatization, re-animation of the residuals of the peculiar institution and I smell Perkins Coie.

I also smell the stench of Julian Epstein, of whom I have so affectionately bestowed the appellation of "Mr. Slimy, Slime, Slime" to describe the content of his character.

This is one of those Detroit #coloredrevolutions.


This was so embarrassing because it went viral, global, and is preserved, forever, in the annals of history, that I had to transform into the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed and tell the tale of another failed attempt of a #coloredrevolution, for The Meanies are trying really, really hard to cover up, bleachbit, change the narrative, create plausible deniability, or whatever other "colored" excuse they could conjure from their excreted findings of statistical crap, like this AfroFuture.

Gather round, my dearies for I shall tell you the tale of the invasion of the #coloredrevolution in Detroit.

Once upon a time, I did a quick and dirty search for the corporate filings of AfroFutures.

But, alas, AfroFutures was dissolved January 8, 2019, long before this Detroit propaganda invasion was to have taken place.
AfroFutures LTD, is, oops, was owned by Dennis Stapfuma

Dennis seems to be an expert in the realms of propaganda and colored revolutions.
Dennis Tapfuma is an accomplished digital consultant who has spent the last 12 years delivering digital projects for agencies and corporate clients in London. He has worked with leading firms such as Accenture, SapientRazorfish, POSSIBLE, Havas, Wunderman, OgilvyOne and others. As a digital programme management consultant, Dennis has managed the delivery of Digital Strategy, User Experience, Global Web Platform Builds, Digital Marketing Campaigns, CRM Strategy and Implementation and Digital Transformation for a number of clients. These include Unilever, GlaxoSmithKline, Glencore, HSBC and others. Dennis also provides consulting services to SME’s on how to implement effective digital strategies to grow their businesses.
The only color Dennis cares about is the color of cryptocurrency in the profit margins.

I could easily hear the melodious sounds of foreign propaganda because Reese Everson, an attorney,  being interviewed was promulgating the reasons why there was poverty and despair in Detroit.

She went what we call "color-struck".

Yes, she was dealing out full hands of race cards which tells you she is not from Detroit because one of the performers dropped out due to the pervasive disgust of these foreign political propaganda operations, probably funded through some child welfare fraud scheme, to play clean up to their other predicitive modeling crappy Public Private Partnership programs like the Detroit Land Bank Authority and its willing participation in gerrymandering to interfere with the 2016, and before that, elections.

She was brought in to cover up for the nefarious activities of public corruption in Detroit because there was *russian/israeli/ukrainian* election interference, which has me wondering if the Detroit NAACP is hosting this op, to follow up with the big CNN DNC 2020 Presidential Invite Only Event.

Then, I took pause, and found that she came out Michigan State University, which means she should she makes false claims in the public record.

After completing law school, and operating her own firm in Chicago, Illinois, M. Reese Everson’s proven legal expertise propelled her to be chosen to serve as legislative staff to some of the most senior elected members of the United States Congress. It was there that she realized a need, and set out to fill it. Having been targeted by sexual harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination on Capitol Hill, Reese realized that young women often lack the tools for successfully navigating sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the workplace. Further, there were few support systems and safe spaces one could go to seek guidance without the fear of retaliation. Reese decided to create a manual for young women in the workplace to address sexual harassment while maintaining their integrity,  entitled “The B.A.B.E.’s Guide to Winning in the Workplace: You Don’t Have to Compromise” and to create a digital safe space to provide women with a support system and resources.

M. Reese Everson is now a tireless advocate for young women, committed to helping them to find their voice and showing them how to walk in their purpose, uncompromised. While serving as Advocate in Chief, she travels the globe as a Sexual Harassment Expert and Advocate, Workplace Integrity Engineer, Amazon Best Selling author, and speaker. Reese works to advocate for removing discrimination and harmful biases in the workplace that can be very problematic, specifically for women of color. She is the Founder of B.A.B.E.S in the Workplace which provides peer-advocates for women dealing with sexual harassment and gender discrimination in universities and workplaces across the U.S. She also founded the B.A.B.E.S in the Workplace Foundation to provide economic resources for women devastated by sexual harassment and entrepreneurship training for K-8 students.  

M. Reese Everson is formerly the Principal Attorney for the Everson Law Group. The Everson Law Group specialized in Corporate, Municipal, Real Estate and Asset Protection. M. Reese Everson began her legal career as American Bar Associate Fellow on behalf of the Nevada Attorney General’s office. In this role, M. Reese Everson was entrusted to assert Nevada’s right to share a $173M damages settlement from a multi-state class action lawsuit. 
M. Reese Everson’s proven legal expertise propelled her to be recruited by senior United States Congressional officials to serve as Legislative Counsel to some of the most senior elected members of the United States Congress. This position entailed providing advice and counsel on all things judiciary, including civil rights, voting rights and Constitutional policy. In addition, M. Reese Everson drafted amendments for legislation proposed by the Judiciary Sub-Committee Ranking Member on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations. 
M. Reese Everson also worked as a Legislative Staffer on behalf of the House Financial Services Committee’s Capital Market and Government Sponsored Enterprises staff, where she also spearheaded a Conaddressing the student loan debt crisis with world-renowned financial guru, Suze Orman. Ms. Everson received her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from Michigan State University and holds a Juris Doctor and Certificate in International Law from DePaul University College of Law. She is a member of the Illinois Bar. Ms. Everson has studied law in Madrid, Spain and Beijing, China. She is a humanitarian with a passion for financial literacy and food security. Her collegiate accolades include being awarded 8 Scholarships including the Michigan Competitive Scholarship, Michigan Merit Award, and the Ernest & Cammille Green MSU Black Alumni Scholarship and also creating a fundraising campaign that raised over $27,000 to support relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Katrina (click for more detail). <===another money laundering operation out MSU, which gave me much more pause as to her character.

It only took her 4 years to come out and say something.

It took me 3 seconds to figure out that she is a wanna be operative still in training because she went through congressional staffer training which means she knew how to file a complaint, or hire an attorney, like the majority of those staffers did to get a quick settlement before hoping over to their next assignment.

You suck, Reese, badly.

Questions, doubt about credibility of Rep. Robert C. Scott’s accuser

Bobby Scott liked to look, but I highly doubt her credibility based upon the date of her grande entrance into the junior society of little operatives.

This was the same time the Meanies were really, uber mean to my Sweetie.

Reese gives me the Great Saddy Face.

I say we should ask her where she got those colored-struck talking points.

I knew I smelled Congressional Black Caucus and that NAACP go-to chick who likes to package up these really dumb, cover up operations of her associates.

Praise the Lord, in a cacophony of *russian/israeli/ukrainian* afrocentristic screams from the obsequious, sycophantic psychotics who are willing to do just about anything to prevent the release of the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed who will bring down the heavens.

There have been lots of paid operatives who are more than willing to take any form of money in order to survive, or not be prosecuted for war crimes.

I wonder if she is going to defend the Detroit NAACP?

Someone should sue AfroFutures....oh, wait, I forgot, they were dissolved earlier this year.

How did they get permits from the City of Detroit to perform?

How are they selling tickets, online, when they have no instrument of authority?

How were they insured?

I really hope no one signed any legal documents with the County or State using the name "AfroFutures" like the Detroit Land Bank Authority does, because it never incorporated, but hey, what do I know?

I know propaganda when I see it because I am the original source.

I also know they were mean to my Sweetie.

I believe Reese may have one of those pesky attorney client privilege issues coming up in Detroit.



As the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed, I hereby issue a Proclamation Of Apology to the world for having to experience the work of "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending).

Much love, my dearies, this too shall come to pass.

AfroFuture Fest in Detroit wanted to charge white people double. Backlash ensued.

A Detroit music festival is changing its ticket pricing system after organizers say they were harassed by white supremacists and racist comments. 

When AfroFuture Fest, an August Afrocentric music and art festival, opened ticket sales, organizers were charging "early bird" people of color $10 and “non-POC” $20, with other tickets as high as $40 on Eventbrite.

Last weekend, after the event was widely publicized and debated across social media, the national attention prompted organizers to change the pricing to $20 for all attendees.

Organizers originally posted the event with an explanation: The prices were based on the idea of equitable access to festivals, which they said are often cost-prohibitive and do not benefit the black communities that host them. 

“Events often designed for marginalized Black and Brown communities can be easily co-opted by those with cultural, monetary, and class privileges,” organizer Numi Ori wrote on Facebook. “Our goal is to ensure that the youth of our communities can participate in the building of a just society; one that promotes EQUITY over EQUALITY.[sic]”

While organizers said they intended to make the festival more accessible, the doubled price for white festivalgoers sparked pushback from performers as well.

Tiny Jag, a Detroit-based rapper who is biracial, was slated to perform at the festival, but pulled out of the lineup in a Twitter announcement, writing the pricing system “does not reflect the views of myself or the Tiny Jag team.” 
Social media accounts like The Shade Room reposted the festival pricing, prompting thousands of replies. Some called the system racist, while others pointed out white privilege as a factor in the ticket scale. One commenter wrote: “Like 1950s racism in 2020. No bueno,” receiving thousands of likes.

The event’s hosting site, Eventbrite, threatened to take the festival’s page down if organizers did not change the pricing, which an Eventbrite spokesperson said violated company terms. "We also let them know that if they did not comply, we would remove the event completely from our site," the spokesperson said in a statement. 

"While the creator removed the discriminatory pricing for admission, we were made aware they added an optional donation ticket type that was still based on a protected characteristic," Eventbrite's statement reads. "Given this also violated our Terms, we removed that specific ticket type and communicated to the creator that they can include a donation option so long as it’s inclusive of all attendees."

In a Monday post, Ori wrote that she and fellow organizer Franchesca Lamarre were changing the pricing system because of racist harassment. “There is no other reason why. This was for the sake of safety,” she wrote.  

“I don’t feel not one ounce of sadness or regret about Franchesca Lamarre and I’s choice for creating this ticket structure,” Ori wrote in a July 5 Facebook post. “...Don’t comment on here about what we could have done differently with the structure. We did what we did and equity matters.”

Artists slated to perform at AfroFuture Fest include Curtis Roach, Pri$m and White Buffs on the Astral Plane.

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JUDICIARY: Chairman Nadler Demands that Hope Hicks Clarify Testimony Before House Judiciary Committee

Hope Hicks
Washington, D.C. —  House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) sent a letter to Hope Hicks, former senior Trump Campaign official and former White House Communications Director, demanding that she come before the House Judiciary Committee to clarify her testimony, after a federal judge in New York unsealed evidence which revealed apparent inconsistencies with Hicks’ testimony.

Hicks appeared before the Committee on June 19, 2019, where she was asked questions related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign and efforts by President Trump, his associates, and other Administration officials to obstruct justice and investigations into Presidential misconduct. White House lawyers entered more than 150 instructions for Hicks not to answer during the interview

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Thursday, July 18, 2019

OVERSIGHT: Gosar Makes History By Asking About Child Protective Services, DHS & The Trafficking Tiny Humans Databases - SACWIS, NCMEC

Start @23:26 where Representative Paul Gosar asks McAleenan about ICE detaining children.

He asks about Child Protective Services.

He sets up the caveat of a children being taken across state lines where someone cannot provide water and safety, like ICE.

I want to see someone calling in California, Texas, Arizona Child Protective Services come in and execute their process of legally kidnapping children.

How come children in ICE do not get CPS intervention, considering CPS will snatch a kid if the wind blows in a different direction.

Elijah Cummings is not happy because ICE refuses to release information about the children.

Elijah does not know that "in the best interests of the child" DHS does not have to release anything.

Those kids are being fast tracked on concurrent planning, which means adoption.

Chatter on the streets, as Michigan got those contracts, is new identities are being assigned.

DHS cannot even mesh with SACWIS, well, at least not in Michigan because Nancy Edmunds allowed the state to dole out more money, to try and fix a human trafficking data base, that was never designed to do anything but to generate false claims in modern day residuals of the peculiar institution.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has a database, too.

Thank you, Paul, for making history.

For McAleenan to say he does not know what to do, is ground for his removal from office because all he had to do was to use google because I have databases, unless I am suppressed by Google in searches, which would mean he is being improperly advised in search results, but I digress.

The U.S. has other borders, but no one is talking about the trafficking of tiny humans from our ports or Norther boarder, or our other Southern border, in Michigan, or children from other countries, like Russia, Ukraine, Kosovo, Poland, Haiti, Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya....and the list goes on.

What is going on is the policy of Lebensborn.

I broke this down to its most simplistic factors for understanding about the industry of the residuals of the peculiar institution called Foster Care & Adoption.

Just close your eyes and allow the imagines of The Good Ship Jesus, whose cargo was tiny humans, trafficked across borders.

Once a border baby is placed in the privatized contract of a state, Michigan, the financial ratlines commence for a life of hell for these children... under Michigan laws, where MIED Judge Nancy Edmunds will not do a damn thing about for the last 15 years or so about Michigan, Child Welfare System, because it all started in Michigan.

How come no one asked the State Department to come in and discuss USAID and its foreign, child welfare corporate NGO contractors like the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops?

DWS got real on McAleenan not knowing about interior children being picked up and placed in Un Accompanied Children policy care.

This is more CPS activity of privately contracted Child Placing Agencies.

This is about parental rights.

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Will UNICEF Continue To Suck Now That Caryl Stern Is Gone Or Are We Going For War Crimes For Stealin' The Children's Trust Fund?

Will UNICEF continue to suck dry the national treasuries of the world's children's trusts or will the United States be facing an action of war crimes in the international courts?

I just keep thinking about that JASTA.

First, they steal the children, then the land, and finally the votes.

Oh, the possibilities... a gal can dream, too, ya know.

UNICEF USA chief to step down after 13 years

 Caryl Stern
Finally, former UNICEF Chief Systemsuck
After more than a decade as president and CEO of UNICEF USA, Caryl Stern will be leaving her post next June, the nonprofit announced Wednesday.

Stern has been in her role since 2007. According to the organization, which is headquartered downtown, Stern has helped double its fundraising intake to $600 million during her 13 years at the helm. She said she was able to do so by restructuring and building up its management teams.

In addition, "we made a decision about 10 years ago that we would get louder and prouder," she said. The nonprofit went out into the community and conducted research about who donates. It then found ways for its "hundreds of thousands of $10 donors" to "do more than write a check," Stern said, such as writing letters to politicians.

UNICEF counts American Airlines, the Gates Foundation, Gucci and UPS among its corporate partners.

"Our board is deeply grateful to Caryl for her exemplary leadership, fearless commitment to delivering aid around the world and steadfast championing of children's rights," said Peter Lamm, chairman of UNICEF's board, in a statement announcing Stern's departure. "Caryl has done a terrific job and will be sorely missed."

Stern has given input about who should serve on the search committee for the next president and about the job description, but she does not plan to play a major role in the hiring process. She is still exploring her next steps.

"I keep referencing this as my Seinfeld moment," Stern told Crain's. "I wanted to go out while the show was still popular.

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The Tale Of Why Congress Does Not Want The Citizenship Question On The 2020 Census -

Gather round my dearies, for it is time to tell Congress the reason why the 2020 Census Citizenship question is important, now, to preserve Voting Rights, again.

See, once upon a time, there were foreign corporations and their nefarious individuals who were coming up with clever ways of filing fake ass absentee ballots registered to fake ass Public Private Partnerships, where they bleachbitted county land records and registries of deeds with identities of kids whose parents rights were terminated, and were given new identities through foster care and adoption.
So, if a child is a citizen of Guatemala crosses the Mexican-U.S. Border, to be taken into U.S. custody and placed under a privatized, state contracted child placing agency like Bethany Christian, a Michigan licensed business entity, which is under the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, a foreign corporation, where that child is processed through the policy, not law, like DACA & DAPA, of the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children under the legal aegis of the contracting state Child Placing Agency, qualifying the child for Targeted Case Management billing reimbursement of Medicaid for the purposes of concurrent case planning to fast track Termination of Parental Rights for adoption, which includes a new identity and an issued Social Security Number, what is the citizenship of that child and what happens with the original identity?
Then, because the cities clerk offices and boards of elections were infiltrated electronically and through bribery and blackmail to tally only the votes they wanted to make their chosen candidate win.

Then, with all the fake ass property tax and fraudulent mortgage schemes of the Corporate Shape Shifters, land banks swooped in and snatched up all the properties to force migration of "The Poors" where they could no longer vote, which ended up in redistricting for the purposes of gerrymandering.

Then, through corporate guardianship and its other asset forfeiture schemes, a foreign corporation can vote on behalf of the institutionalized person, any which way they want and fund their re-election campaigns and make them all really, really rich.

They were stealin' the children, the land and the votes.

So, I snitched.

The end.

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Betsy's Team Forgot To Bleachbit Dick DeVos' Financial Disclosures From His 2006 Campaign

Did you ever wonder how Betsy DeVos personally inures herself through a public office of appointment, with confirmation and consent from the Senate?

Well, wonder no more!

Yes, it is absolutely profitable to own the program for our nation's charter schools, and make up whatever educational policies you want, just as long as it generates a profit for your foreign held corporations.

You can do the same thing for U.S. DHHS child welfare policies, too.

EDUCATION: School Re-Segregation - Brown v. Board Of Education - A Residual Of Predictive Modeling Crap Databases Of Property Ownership & Gerrymandering

And do not forget all her child welfare NGOs, along with their foreign children's trust funds.

It seems Betsy's team forgot to bleachbit her husband's campaign material when he first tried to take over Michigan and privatize it.

I was there.

I saw everything.

I even had one of those thick cotton DeVos t-shirts.
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JUDICIARY: H.R. 3239, the “Humanitarian Standards for Individuals in Customs and Border Protection Custody Act” - No One From DHHS Was Invited To Discuss Parental Rights Of Tiny Human Chattel

No one even mentioned that this hearing is about foreign policy, with no one from foreign policy authority there to even discuss this.

Where is Mike Pence?

Where is the State Department?

Where is Sam Brownback?

Where is Hillary Clinton?

She is the one who came up with CAPTA and ASFA in the first place.

Biggs wants to define family with demarcation of consanguinity.

The definition of family has never, ever been codified in the history of this nation, but that is not stopping the "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending) of the House Judiciary Committee.

No one wants to speak upon parental rights because that is what this is all about.

Who owns the child?

This is why they do not want the 2020 citizenship question because these border babies are placed under the grant of custodianship and guardianship of foreign corporations, under the laws of the States.

No one wants to speak upon the child trafficking, which is foster care and adoption.

No one, including HGB Sheila Jackson Lee will even mention the Center for Missing and Exploited Children and if they are dabbling in border baby identities for profit.

No one is discussing the States children's trusts.

What about Interstate Compact on the Placement of the Child?

What about Child Protective Services?

What about Foster Care and Adoption?

What about guardianship?

What about termination of parental rights?

My goodness the members are "Legal Geniuses" (trademark pending).

How can this committee introduce legislation which addresses the children, from another country, under the auspices of the United States, without inviting anyone from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or even the U.S. Department of Education?


How can this committee even open discussions on the care of these migrant children without inviting the privately contracted foreign corporations who will significantly flourish in the construction of even more gates of no return, without even inviting them to the hearing.


How can the committee ignore the conflict of interests with these privately contracted foreign corporations, like the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, or even bringing in Betsy DeVos, as an expert witness, to cognitively speak upon the situation of the border crisis?

Oh, wait, that are ongoing criminal investigation where the committee cannot speak upon it.

No one will even discuss what is actually forcing this migration.

So, the solution is to throw more money without even discussing the Immigration and Naturalization Act, or even the Mann Act, and god forbid we bring up the massive false claims and fraudulent billing to fund more re-election campaigns.

Oups , j'ai fait une bêtise!

This is nothing but a federal Child Protective Services expansion of the residuals of the peculiar institution legislative, chattel hustle.

CBP is the new CPS.

If Jolly Jerry is so concerned about the deaths of children in care of the U.S., then, how come is not a mandated reporter and how come he did not file a request for investigation with CPS?

Instead, he pumps an amendment so there are more privatized, foreign contracts, to fraudulently bill in the trafficking of tiny humans.
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