Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Tale Of Reparations Propaganda: How They Are Attempting To Wipe Out Conyers Legacy

Gather round, my dearies, for the Celestial Goddess of the Woodshed invites you to embark on this tale of Reparations Propaganda and how the Meanies tried to wipe out the legacy of her Sweetie.

Once upon a time, a long time ago, the Celestial Goddess decided to find out how come H.R. 40, never, ever, ever, ever got anywhere except to be the 40th Bill introduced in the House for some number of years.

It was like it was just a ceremonious dumping into the legislative hopper, to churn out a reason to hold some distractionary NGO fundraisers, to beat the afrocentristic drum, for the purposes of lots of other people, to get more "famous-er".

The only thing missing was the blue pinwheel, of which I found odd, considering the fact that H.R. 40 is about studying the residuals of the peculiar institution and has absolutely nothing, and I mean nothing, to do with "checks".

So, having properly identified a child welfare propaganda model, because I figured out the reason no one wanted to touch this tar baby with a ten foot pole is because, if they did actually "study" the issues identified in H.R. 40, they would find out it was child welfare.

I smelled a distraction campaign that financially rallied groups to beat that afrocentric drum to distract everyone while they were stealin'.

I got saddy face, so I reworte H.R. 40.1 for my Sweetie's birthday.

It called for reparations for the entire world by using the data already out there, so you do not have to waste the 8 million dollars that was traditionally contained in the Bill, to tell the truth.

The truth is it is child welfare and now, instead of a melanin content based model utilizing such sophisticated tools as the "brown-paper bag test" or those available heuristics that have been inserted and preserved in our Plessey v. Ferguson culture of "separate yet equal" of group association assignment, we now use intelligence to maximize revenues for one, in the best interests of the child, to "reach their fullest potential" through databases.

Databases do not use brown paper bag tests.  They just dump, lump and pump out their own data to support their crappy policies and heinous Social Impact Bond Public Private Partnership programs, then find someone who would sell their soul for that "check" they will receive when they reach the promised land of getting elected.

Oh, and the dump,  lump and pump data research and design is funded through federal grants.

How about this.  We have Inspector Generals to do audits.  How about pushing a few buttons and do a quantitative investigation on fraud?

I wrote the algorithm for it.

Heck, I even wrote legislation for the Inspector Generals, well, for Michigan, but it was for national diffusion, you though.

Yes, I rewrote HR 40 as an intelligence Bill utilizing quantitative methodologies by dismantling the heirarchial institutional racism by making everyone qualify for reparations in the form of a quantum renaissnace, and had already wrote a book on it because it is, and always has been, about the imperialist morality parade in the charitable helping of "The Poors" always said with clinched teeth through child welfare which is the residual of the peculiar institution.

It is not about race, but chattel law and Trump has been the only one bold enough to throw out there in the public realm the issues of the residuals of the peculiar institution, only, so far, to be dismissed, or transmographied into a political opportunity to fundraise..

I was dismissed, really badly, I mean, I met with the most horrible verbal accosting, up in D.C. and in Detroit.

I thought the reasons my tires got slashed one time was because the spears chucked at me missed.

They were stealing my Sweetie's legacy.

I got really, really bad saddy face, so I preserved it in the annals of history because you cannot, no matter how hard you try, wipe the cyber universe of John Conyers, Jr.


Ok, now that the digressive story of preserving the institution of my Sweetie's legacy is done, because I SEO'd all over the place, for over a decade now, let us get back to how the Meanies attempted to highjack it.

I ran across this "promulgation of the checks" article and was deeply moved by the passionate case for Southern Reparations Loan Fund and froze as I read it.

Ta-Nehisi Coates Made the Case for Reparations—Here’s Who Is Making the Plan

rep • a • ra • tions
1. The act of making amends
2. A policy to compensate an oppressed people for historic wrongs

“For two centuries the Negro was enslaved, and robbed of any wages—potential accrued wealth which would have been the legacy of his descendants.” —Martin Luther King Jr., in a 1965 

Playboy interview with Alex Haley
Who are reparations for?
Many U.S. acts of violence have spurred calls for reparations, from the colonization of the Americas to the invasion of Iraq. In 1988, the U.S. government gave Japanese-American survivors of World War II internment camps a check for $20,000 each. But here we’ll focus on Black Americans, for whom reparations are most often discussed, for centuries of enslavement, Jim Crow, segregation, redlining and mass incarceration, among other wrongs.
So would all Black Americans just get a check?
Maybe. But many leading reparations scholars think the process should be more complex. Duke professor William A. Darity Jr., for instance, points out that, given most businesses are white-owned, the checks may just further increase wealth disparities. He thinks reparations money could instead fund institution building that supports “economic improvement within the black community.” The Southern Reparations Loan Fund (SRLF) puts that theory into practice by investing in cooperative businesses owned by Black and other marginalized groups.

The Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) platform has a broader vision: free college for all, a guaranteed minimum income for Black people, comprehensive Black history in school curricula and more. Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors is fond of saying any reparations package should also include a therapist.
But, c'mon, America's way too racist for this, right?
Well, yes, there’s been some foot-dragging. Former U.S. Rep. John Conyers Jr. introduced a bill each year for almost 30 years simply calling for a commission to look into the idea. It’s never reached a vote. In the meantime, SRLF and other groups are moving forward on a smaller scale. Many of M4BL’s proposals require only local or state action.

On the Left, some reparations skeptics believe a race-blind economic platform can best boost the poor of all races. Many reparations advocates support a similar plan, and some of their demands (e.g., free college) would help everyone. But many also believe the playing field cannot be leveled—and the past cannot be reconciled— without addressing the specific harms to Black communities. “What I’m talking about is more than recompense,” wrote Ta-Nehisi Coates in his blockbuster 2014 Atlantic piece on reparations. “What is needed is a healing of the American psyche.”

This is part of “The Big Idea,” a monthly series offering brief introductions to progressive theories, policies, tools and strategies that can help us envision a world beyond capitalism. For recent In These Times coverage of reparations, see, “This Could Be Reparations’ Best Chance Since 1865,” “In No Uncertain Terms, U.N. Calls Out U.S. for Lack of Reparations to African Americans” and “How Activists Won Reparations for the Survivors of Chicago Police Department Torture.”

This article traumatized me because I smelled the stench of TARP.

The article was ripe with NGOs, United Nations, forced migration, Social Impact Bonds, was mean and inferred a lie upon my Sweetie, and introduce complex finance fraud schemes found only in TARP.

So, I decided to disprove the transposable model I am far to familiar from identifying because, in this instance, the Meanies just co-opted the reparations issue and juxtaposed the child abuse propaganda model.

"Give us money to help this targeted population so we can prop up some more community strawman leaders in positions of political and social prominence to pilfer the coffers of the Social Security Trust Fund and run some complex financial fraud schemes in stealin land."

They do this all the time and it started in Detroit.  I was right there and so is the DOJ.

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Southern Reparations Loan Fund

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Behold, not only did I fail to disprove that this is not Reparations Propaganda, but I found myself another one of those complex financial fraud schemes, but this one also dealt with, or I should properly state my disclaimer that I have yet to get any verification on this one, another election fraud operation through databases.

Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield
Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield is a social critic, writer and community activist who has lived in Greensboro since 1970. He is co-Managing Director of the Fund for Democratic Communities.
Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Ed’s political activism started with attending Little Rock Central High School and beginning to do anti-war work as a teenager. Ed retired after 30 years in industry before becoming involved with philanthropy. He now speaks and writes on issues of cooperatives and economic development while continuing to be interested in issues of war and peace, as well as education and social responses to racism. Ed serves on the boards of the New Economy CoalitionThe Working World, and the Southern Reparations Loan Fund.
While he spends much of his time practicing bass guitar, Ed can often be found playing jazz or blues flute along with singer-songwriters and bands in Greensboro and wherever he goes in the world. He recently won the “Plays the Most Instruments” award at Greensboro’s long-running Open Mic night.
The Fund for Democratic Communities is running under....hold on a second, I need a breather....

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....I am alright, now.  I had another one of those PTSD moments.

The Fund for Democratic Communities is running under Awan Working World, Inc.

Awan Working World, inc.

Number: C2911943Incorporation Date:2/5/2007Status:Active
Jurisdiction: CAType: Domestic Stock
Agent For Service Of Process

Of course, I am just saying, without any certainty at this time, that major stakeholders in Awan Working World, Inc., is in partnership with the Meanies, who were really, really mean to me, but even more meaner-er to my Sweetie, when it came to reparations propaganda, but I am going to wait for the OIG DOJ to broach this allegation because it is a Detroit issue.

Then, I discovered an entire industry for extractive financing to manipulate elections, with group rally and issue advocacy.

 Highland Park is one of two enclave municipalities of Detroit, that no one is talking about, which is why they are setting up more of these fraud schemes, because it is really cheap to find "Elected Ones" who would do or say anything for a casino token, strictly for the purposes of wiping out my Sweetie's legacy, to attempt to run for his seat.

Highland Park from the Working World. The Corporation Group

Brian is the former Executive Director of the Austin Cooperative Business Association (ACBA), a regional cross-sector trade association for cooperatives. From 2005-2013 Brian managed the Univ. of Texas Inter-Cooperative Council, a student housing cooperative. Brian serveSd on the board of NASCO Development Services for 8 years and the NASCO Board for two years. Presently he is Co-Director of The Cooperation Group, a non-profit cooperative development organization based in Detroit, Michigan. Before working in co-ops Brian worked for Apple as the manager of the Inside Sales team serving educational institutions. He also has experience working in politics in Texas including managing campaigns and organizing for ethics reform at the state level and for cooperatives at the local level. Brian recently assisted the Austin City Council in passing a resolution supporting cooperatives including $60,000 for starting and expanding the local cooperative economy.  He is currently a trustee of a revolving loan fund supporting housing cooperatives: the Kagawa Student Cooperative Reinvestment Fund at Shared Capital Cooperative.

The Cooperation Group is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation and 501c3 charity.  Special thanks to Joint Cities Development Corporation for allowing us to operate under their fiscal sponsorship until we received tax exempt status from the IRS.

Neither is registered with the Michigan Attorney General Charity Division and you cannot tell me they were not running some money laundering operation through my Sweetie's campaign and DNC because I watched you.

So, as you can see, reparations propaganda is the work of the Meanies and the moral of the story is: "Do not be mean to my Sweetie, period."

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