Black Lives & White Votes Don’t Matter

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Just found out the woman in the bandana is a Jesus-freak of some kind.

As the Republican party disintegrates because their candidates are ingrates, black ingrates are disrupting Bernie Sander’s run for the White House as a Democrat. The Black Lives Matter anarchists are the best thing that has happened to the Red State Neo-Confederates who load old white women on buses in front of their evangelical churches, and drive them to the polls. These screeching young black anarchists think they have done well to get in an old man’s face and call him out, because he has to represent the old stuff, the old ways that has to change. Change into what? I am reminded of Belle Burch and her SLEEPS gang, and how they used the homeless to empower themselves.

“Homeless people matter!”

They went after me because I am a old man. They thought they had a soft target they could bully and intimidate. All I said was;

“You better not be misusing monies people are giving you for the homeless!”

INGRATE: : a person who does not show proper appreciation or thanks for something : an ungrateful person.

I want to see old people protecting Bernie from self-elected women victims, who will never run for office – because they are cowards! See what happens when a tough black bully ingrate shoves a old white man or woman who gets in their face!

The leaders of the NAACP are being besieged by the BLM Screamers In Your FACE. Black Votes do matter. The NAACP is concerned the BLM will put more racists in office. Many radical, leftist whites did not vote the last election, and thus the Republicans took the Senate – and more Congressional seats. They have taken away food stamps, welfare monies, and are going after Social Security. Only voters for Democrats can stop them.

For ten years I have posted on the Radical Socialist Republicans who took up arms against Racist Confederate Slave Owners who slaughtered all the white males in Lawrence Kansas in order to keep them from voting against slavery. Unarmed white boys were gunned down in their homes while their mothers watched lest they come of voting age. Most black people were slaves, and most were not radicalized. They were helpless.

I have talked about refounding the Jessie Scouts. I want to see the New Jessie Scouts protect Bernie Sanders, get in the face of hecklers, and scream……


Being four generations Oakland, and a original hippie, I had contact with all the radical groups. Two of my friends were members of the Symbonese Liberation Army and were questioned by the FBI. I met Eric Richardson head of the NCAAP in Eugene, and told him about the WHITE Radical Republicans and how their history can help the cause of black people. He couldn’t wait to get away from me, because I was stealing his fire.

Young people run hot, and like to believe they are original and invented good ideas. Young black children in the inner cities will miss the school lunch programs and the food stamps their parents will no longer receive, because, white folks vote for Republicans in order not to pay taxes! They vote and get a bag of money. What does the color of their skin have to do with it? The BLM encourages voters not to vote for a bag of money and food, and listen to them………..


Will they feed people in People’s Park. I knew ‘The Diggers’. Will they take care of the elderly put out in the streets because the Republican Christian-right took away their Social Security? You are fucking with the wrong people when you fuck with the elderly!


Jon Presco

Who isn’t Registered?

In a news release issued Monday, Eric Richardson asserts that he witnessed police rough up his sister during the early morning hours of July 16, apparently because she was hugging her 19-year-old son to prevent him from being “tased” by a stun gun-wielding officer.

Harris and others said they want to see the NAACP take the lead on uniting the younger, independent movements so that there isn’t so much division among people who are seemingly after the same things — an end to the racial discrimination and inequality in the U.S.

“This fight for civil rights is so much bigger than the individual activists and their hashtags,” Harris said. “[Our] commonalities are bigger than the differences.”–election.html#

SEATTLE (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to a packed crowd Saturday night at the University of Washington campus about his commitment to criminal justice reform as well as addressing income equality.

Sanders gave his talk to a cheering audience of about 12,000 inside a university pavilion a few hours after he was shoved aside by several Black Lives Matter activists who are calling for changes to the criminal justice system. Sanders eventually left the Saturday afternoon event at Westlake Park in Seattle without giving his speech.

At the University of Washington rally, Sanders addressed the issues raised by the protesters.

“No president will fight harder to end institutional racism and reform criminal justice system,” he told the cheering crowd at Hec Edmundson pavilion, according to the King5-TV station. “Too many lives have been destroyed by war on drugs, by incarceration; we need to educate people. We need to put people to work.”

Earlier in the day, Sanders was just starting to address several thousand people gathered shoulder to shoulder at Westlake Park when two women took over the microphone. Organizers couldn’t persuade the two to wait and agreed to give them a few minutes. As Sanders stepped back, the women spoke about Ferguson and the killing of Michael Brown and held a four minute moment of silence.

When the crowd asked the activists to allow Sanders to speak, one activist called the crowd “white supremacist liberals,” according to event participants.

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After waiting about 20 minutes, Sanders himself was pushed away when he tried to take the microphone back. Instead, he waved goodbye, left the stage with a raised fist salute and waded into the crowd. He shook hands and posed for photos with supporters for about 15 minutes, and then left.

The rally at Westlake Park was organized as a birthday celebration for Social security, Medicare and Medicaid.

Sanders later issued a statement on his website expressing his disappointment about the interruption.

“I am disappointed that two people disrupted a rally attended by thousands at which I was invited to speak about fighting to protect Social Security and Medicare. I was especially disappointed because on criminal justice reform and the need to fight racism there is no other candidate for president who will fight harder than me,” he said.

It’s not the first time that Black Lives Matter activists disrupt the Vermont senator’s event.

At a town hall for Democratic presidential candidates in Phoenix last month, protesters affiliated with the Black Lives Matter movement took over the stage and disrupted an interview with Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley.

In his campaign, Sanders has chiefly focused on issues like the middle class, climate change and criminal justice reform. In addition to advocating a $15-an-hour minimum wage and raising taxes on the rich, Sanders also supports a massive government-led jobs program to fix roads and bridges, a single-payer health care system, an expansion of Social Security benefits and debt-free college.

Sanders will be driving to Portland on Sunday and is scheduled to hold a Sunday night rally at Portland’s Moda Center, which has a capacity of about 19,000 and is home of the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers. The event had originally been scheduled at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, which can handle about 12,000.

Republican leaders who have watched Donald Trump’s summer surge with alarm now believe that his presidential candidacy has been contained and may begin to collapse because of his repeated attacks on a Fox News Channel star and his refusal to pledge his loyalty to the eventual GOP nominee.

Fearful that the billionaire’s inflammatory rhetoric has inflicted serious damage to the GOP brand, party leaders hope to pivot away from the Trump sideshow and toward a more serious discussion among a deep field of governors, senators and other candidates.

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The NAACP has long tried to temper criticism that it isn’t hip or youth-friendly, and leaders said the organization’s  millennial membership has increased in the last decade. But the last year of national protests over police conduct in communities of color, led by youth-savvy groups such as Black Lives Matter activists, has some wondering if the NAACP’s Bible-thumping tone and advocacy of nonviolence is right for its next generation of leaders.

“Oftentimes we feel the NAACP is sort of old school and doesn’t accept new ways of thinking,” said McDonald, who was in Philadelphia chaperoning a group of 15- and 16-year-olds from the NAACP’s Hillsborough County, Florida, branch attending this year’s national convention.  “It does not embrace real change and there’s no progress in its approach.”

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Some young members, however, rejected comparisons of the relatively new movements to an organization with the reach and infrastructure of the NAACP. “It’s a true statement – black lives do matter,” said Toure Masters, the 24-year-old president of the Phoenix College branch of the NAACP, who has participated in Black Lives Matters actions in Arizona. “I don’t see Black Lives Matter as something separate from the NAACP. It isn’t respected like the NAACP.”

Promoting young people to positions of leadership is not new for the NAACP, although baby boomers make up the vast majority of its general membership. A few years ago, the organization said people in their 20s to mid-40s made up 25 percent of its paid members, an increase from 14 percent a decade earlier. The NAACP did not immediately respond this week to a request for the latest membership figures.

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Francis Bermudez is one of those emerging leaders. On Monday, he was elected chairman of the Region 1 youth and college division branches of the NAACP. His involvement in NAACP is not a rejection of independent, youth-led movements popping up around the country, he said. “I had to stop saying that I want to do something and step up and actually do something strategic. It’s easier to say black lives matter” than to attend an NAACP convention, organize a voter registration drive and lobby members of Congress, he added.

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In a news release issued Monday, Eric Richardson asserts that he witnessed police rough up his sister during the early morning hours of July 16, apparently because she was hugging her 19-year-old son to prevent him from being “tased” by a stun gun-wielding officer.


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