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Sunday, June 30, 2013

United Nations recognizes that "Non-white" people are Victims Of Racism without actually saying "Non-white" people.

The first time that I heard of this was in Sept 2001. It was on the brink of becoming a major story, because the so-called USA and "Israel" withdrew representatives from it. They didn't like the wording that would have made "Western Nations" responsible for reparations and other words which suggested that Zionism (the method of governing used in "Israel") was Racism. Wiki has some constructive information on it here.


 The below words came from the United Nations website.


"The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, held in Durban in 2001, adopted the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action. This document records a commitment by States to work together to eradicate racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance. It is a comprehensive and action-oriented road map, offering a functional common approach to realize the principles of equality and non-discrimination.
  
The Durban Declaration and Programme of Action specify that a victim-oriented approach is an important tool to eliminate racial discrimination. Specific reference is made to Africans and people of African descent, Asians and persons of Asian descent, indigenous peoples, migrants, refugees, minorities, the Roma and others.

 Paragraph 7 of the Durban Programme of Action specifically "requests the Commission on Human Rights to consider establishing a working group or other mechanism of the United Nations to study the problems of racial discrimination faced by people of African descent living in the African Diaspora and make proposals for the elimination of racial discrimination against people of African descent".
The Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent was established by Commission on Human Rights resolution 2002/68 of 25."  click here for more


"The U.S. and Israel walked out of the 2001 World Conference Against Racism in the South African city of Durban over a draft resolution that criticized Israel and equated Zionism with racism."- huffingtonpost.com








 If you are a "Non-white" person, the below document can be used as evidence that you are a Victim of Racism:


World Conference Against Racism Declaration





It's presented with buckets and buckets of words, however, if you know some of their code terms and words used, such as: "Indigenous people", "Minorities", "African descent","Asian", etc, you can somewhat see what they mean. The main thing that is said that you can get a lot of mileage with is "a victim-oriented approach is an important tool to eliminate racial discrimination."

 I think that this words are important. They need to be codified with Counter Racism Code (CRC) so that it reads like:

 A victim-oriented approach is an important tool to eliminate racial discrimination Racism (White Supremacy).


We got to keep it on that approach, and stay there until we get Justice. It does not mean that you should just "give up", you embrace it like someone who has accepted that they got their ass whupped, stood up, dusted themselves off, studied their loses, developed a strategy, re-trained for the fight, and got back in it to win it. 

Please study this document, then look for other phrases and terms that you (we) might be able to use. There maybe something in it that can help us gain more ground in this War.

Monday, June 10, 2013

A "Black" Intelligence Agency

Not long ago, while participating in a compensatory discussion about Racism (White Supremacy) with Gus T Renegade and "Trojan" Pam, I suggested that a Racist Suspect working as an elected official records keeper, who has become nationally known for her use of the words "arrogant nigger", should be watched by other Victims of Racism who work with her. Those Victims could keep us constantly updated with reports on this suspect to the rest of us.

This reminded me of an attempt at making an online data base of Racist Suspects, that I had difficulty establishing because of the technical set up of the website I was using. Anyway it would be an online questionnaire for someone who wanted to report the observations of a Racist Suspect that deals with Victims Of Racism on a regular basis. A Victim of Racism could then go and do a search in the data base for Racist Suspect whose profile would come up. They could then read what other Victims have said about that person.

It also reminded of back in the day, when my dad had secretly joined that Klan, by mail. They would send him a membership list of all of their members in California, complete with all of their contact information! It also listed Klan owned businesses and the local chapters throughout the state. This was back in the 1970's. Anyway, we'd stake them out and see what kind of cars they drove, write done license numbers, etc. Nowadays they'd call it stalking and it's illegal today. But, back then it wasn't. My dad was ready for them if they wanted to start something.

My dad was in Naval Intelligence for a period of time. He was also a Marine and a Vietnam vet. Because he had heard from the Klan (in a news interview) that they were training for a "race" war, he taught me and a few others close to everything that he learned as an Intelligence Agent and a Marine.

Okay okay, I'm trying to drift back to my point.

My point-Pages 200 to 204 of Amos Wilson's  Blueprint For Black Power talks about the need for a Black Intelligence Agency. I'm going to read a paragraph from this section and comment in the below video:

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Thursday, June 06, 2013

Fifth Circuit Judge and Racist Suspect Edith Jones

The Business Insider reports that "Judge Edith Jones of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in New Orleans addressed the University of Pennsylvania law school on Feb. 20. Her comments were not recorded, but five students and one attorney who were in attendance signed affidavits on what was said. Those were used to generate a 12-page complaint filed in New Orleans stating that Jones 'has engaged in conduct that is prejudicial to the effective and expeditious administration of the business of the courts, undermines public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary, and creates a strong appearance of impropriety.' Jones is accused of saying that certain 'racial groups like African-Americans and Hispanics are predisposed to crime,' and are 'prone to commit acts of violence' and be involved in more violent and "heinous" crimes than people of other ethnicities."


Judge Edith H. Jones
515 Rusk Avenue, Room 12505
Houston, TX 77002-2655
713-250-5484
Here is another opportunity for Counter Racists to discuss the so-called "race" issue. Please remember not to use terms like "African-Americans" and "Hispanics" in your discussions. 
A smart Racist Suspect can get plenty of mileage out of confusing you with these terms and get you going around in circles ( on a tangent) about who is and isn't considered "African-American" and / or "Hispanic", because in reality there are both "White" and "Non-white" people who call themselves  "African-Americans" and / or "Hispanics". This tactic could waste all of your time, and thus turn your attempt at having a constructive dialog into nothing.
To nip that confusion in the bud, use terms like Victims Of Racism / White Supremacy ("Non-white" people) and Racists Suspects ("White" people) or "White" people and Racists (White Supremacists) instead.
Is there any truth to Victims Of Racism being predisposed to crime?

Of course there is! 
The greatest crime that has ever existed that we are predisposed to is the system of injustice that we call Racism (White Supremacy).

As far as Judge Edith H. Jones goes? Every case that she has ever been involved in should be re-looked at, and all people both "White" and "Non-white" should be politely questioned about her behavior towards "Non-white" people. 
In fact, one or more Counter Racists who take on this endeavor could make a little money doing it, because Counter Racism should be a business, like Racism is a business.

Take all of your information collected on Judge Edith H. Jones regarding her behavior towards "Non-white" people, organize it into a report or a book, or a video and sell it. Cha ching!
But wait, we can't single her out, that would be discrimination. We need to look at the cases of all of the judges everywhere. Why? Because you never know what a person is thinking until you study their behavior. Most of the worst ones never tell you that they're mistreating you.
 Stay strong in the struggle to R.W.S.W.J. !