February 7, 2024
HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH!
ABOUT MALCOLM X
A Black History Echo
Malcolm X was a remarkable Civil Rights activist who dedicated his life to the struggle for racial equality. Malcolm X was born on May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska, to his mother, Mrs. Louise Norton Little, and his father, Rev. Earl Little. His father was an African American Baptist minister and an outspoken supporter of the Black Nationalist leader Marcus Garvey. Malcolm X's parents were both activists in the Civil Rights Movement, and their influence played a significant role in shaping his worldview and his commitment to fighting for racial equality. Malcolm X became a leader of the Nation of Islam in the 1950s. His powerful speeches and unwavering commitment to Black empowerment made him a controversial figure, but his impact on the Civil Rights Movement cannot be overstated. Despite facing opposition and violence, Malcolm X remained steadfast in his principles and inspired countless individuals to stand up for their rights. His legacy as a champion of Civil Rights and a symbol of Black pride continues to inspire and educate people worldwide.
Who is Alejandro Mayorkas, And Why A Portion Of Government Officials Want Him Impeached
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was born in Havana, Cuba, on November 24, 1959. Mayorkas's family fled Cuba and settled in Florida shortly after the Cuban Revolution. The Cuban Revolutionary uprising occurred because of Fulgencio Batista. Batista created fascist gangs that mirrored Hitler's Brownshirts. In the 1950s, a strong opposition movement in Cuba was led by Fidel Castro. The movement was aimed to overthrow the government of the dictator, Fulgencio Batista. The Cuban Revolution was a political upheaval that took place during the late 1950s and early 1960s.
(What does fascist mean?: https://www.britannica.com/topic/fascism)
The Cuban Revolution began in 1953 with an attack on the Moncada Barracks and culminated in 1959 with the overthrow of Batista's government. The revolutionaries established a socialist state in Cuba, which has existed ever since. Middle-class and upper-class citizens of Cuba fled Cuba because "nationalization enforcement" was pending on all of their property plus wealth. Nationalization is a process of taking privately controlled companies, industries, or assets and putting them under the control of the government. Cubans who prospered under Batista's regime sought refuge from other countries. Many Cubans found support from America's southern states in part because Cuba provided some help to the Union Army historically but they also supported Confederates during the Civil War with supply operations plus headquarters to assist Confederate efforts to circumvent the Union blockade of Southern ports." The 1953 Cuban Revolution significantly impacted the Cold War and the global political landscape, as Cuba became a vital ally of the Soviet Union in 1962 under the Castro administration.
About Mayorkas and the issue.
Mayorkas attended college in America, became a politician and lawyer, and was a member of President Barack Obama's team in 2009. Where he was responsible for the U.S. Department of Justice's Criminal Division. President Joe Biden nominated Mayorkas as the first immigrant plus, political refugee, and Latino to become The Department Of Homeland Security Secretary in November 2020. Alejandro Mayorkas, the Secretary of Homeland Security, has been accused of exerting improper influence to help foreign investors in the EB-5 visa program, which provides green cards to foreigners who invest at least $500,000 in certain U.S. businesses. The allegations relate to his previous job as director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services under the Obama Administration. Mayorkas is being accused of "abuse of power" while providing preferential treatment to immigrant populations who "acquired green cards illegally," which Mayorkas denies.
Mutiny On The Bounty!
Why Some Middletown School District Parents and Students Condemn
Controversial Transgender Student Policies For Children 18 Years And Younger.
A portion of Middletown parents and students claim that Article 5756, established in June 2023, will provide no privacy in a child's desire to keep private their transgender preference without said children's parents being made privy of said decisions. The Middletown Board of Education approved policy 5756, which allows "Middletown teachers to be required to notify parents if their child or children want to be known by a different name or pronoun publicly; if a child seeks to use a different bathroom or locker room than their gender at birth, or if a child seeks to play on a different genders sports team. Per the Middletown Patch, N.J., Attorney General Matt Plarkin shared in Dec 2023 that the policy "out" transgender students to their parents, who may not know their son or daughter is transitioning in school." Which Attorney General Plarkin believes is unfair to the child per a report written by Carly Baldwin on Feb 6, 2024, titled "Center For American Liberty Backs Middletown Transgender Battle." Per Baldwin's article, Republican state senators Doug Steinhardt and Michael Testa Jr. shared that this litigation is the collective rights of all New Jersey parents to direct their children's upbringing and counsel their children on intimate personal matters." Hence, Baldwin and Steinhardt believe that children's parents should be notified, which makes sense because they are the parents.
Some parents and politicians believe that children are little adults with a judicious capacity to reach wise decisions or just conclusions without parental guidance. Other politicians and parents are concerned that there are moments in a child's life when they make wrong decisions that could impact their lives in the long term. And in part, both groups are right. There is an exception to the rule in every circumstance. If we took a sample of children deciding on their own that they believe that they are the opposite sex and they need a sex change yesterday, a portion could honestly have a conviction to change their physical appearance. But for the most part, studies have shown that children, teenagers, and adolescents make bad decisions without awareness. To learn more about the maturation of the adolescent brain, click or copy the link below.
An additional variable to the above controversy may also be parenting styles. Permissive parents tend to be more lenient towards their children, often allowing them to do as they please without setting clear boundaries or enforcing rules and consequences. Permissive parents tend to be seen as cool, fun parents but have a history of narcissistic behavior plus distancing from their children who are 18 years old or younger in some cases. On the other hand, authoritative parents who are always seen as the bad guys are firm but fair. They establish clear expectations and limits for their children while providing them with love, support, and guidance.
Another reason that a child or children can make wrong decisions is that they may feel neglected or ignored by their parents or peers, and acting out surprisingly or shockingly allows them to get noticed and feel validated for a season. But there is a biological reason that concerns parents about their children's faulty decision-making behavior: psychologists have found that areas of the brain that control decision-making aren't fully developed until early adulthood, which, per most estimates, happens at 23 years old. Additionally, some teenagers may not have developed healthy coping mechanisms to deal with stress or emotional pain, instability, or child abuse that may have occurred in their short existence. So, making radical decisions or seeking attention may be a way for a certain segment of the population of pre-teens or teenagers to express their feelings plus cope with trauma their parents or community could not or would not protect them from. Finally, some teenagers may enjoy the feeling of power that comes with eliciting a reaction from others, even if it is shocking, damaging, and dangerous.
So what is a parent to do? To learn more, please click The Middletown Patch Link Here:
When The Other Shoe Drops After Charges Of Treason Are Successfully Processed.
In Walks Confiscation
Confiscation is the after-effect of being convicted of treason here in the United States. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King shared in his 1967 book "Where Do We Go From Here? Chaos Or Community." States that Civil Rights Enforcement is a stepping stone where once alienated citizens such as Black folks could enforce the law via the Constitution of these United States on their behalf as long as they demand that the law be enforced. Although Black citizens are the surviving descendants of African chattel slavery, North American 1st Nation genocide, and the Indian Removal Act. Black citizens in North America are citizens because they won the Civil War fair and square alongside abolitionists, Christian-minded White citizens, and Natives who were completely against the ungodly behavior of slaveholders and their Spanish allies.
So when industries such as companies that do not want to hire American workers but prefer insourced workers, plus political parties that hold malice towards, for example, Black citizens and push through Jim Crow plus hardship policies and other disenfranchisement to block the advancement of Black citizen's wealth, land acquirement, safety and pursuit of happiness. Such as in the example of exuberant fines and jail time for petty offenses that often have left citizens to lose their jobs plus homes repeatedly here in N.J. All while simultaneously providing for insourced noncitizen workers' mortgages, affordable housing, jobs, free education, business grants, and business loans while establishing a very effective legal fund made out of long-term citizens' tax dollars plus additional resources to protect immigrant populations who broke federal laws with the state of N.J.'s help. Plus, with the help of trillion-dollar non-profits such as Bloomberg's New American Economy, to name a few. Provide readers a few excellent examples of why citizens have a right to enforce constitutional policies to get the monkey of treason & racism off of their backs, plus be compensated with reparations for wrongdoings done to them on purpose for just being citizens. (Please remember this is just one example.)
What makes New Jersey a unique case is that N.J. has historically redlined Black citizens, for example, from accessing mortgages, business grants, business loans, and quality job training opportunities while confiscating land recently from Black citizens utilizing Jim Crow Confederate policies such as in the case of the N.J. Cemetary Board that utilized "The Latches Law" to steal Black citizens historic burial grounds located on Ruffin Court in Tinton Falls named Shadow Rest, Rufin Cemetary, & Pine Brook A.M.E.Z. Churchyard. A Confederate law that has been outlawed since the establishment of the 14th Amendment. N.J. provides citizens with a few examples of how treasonous plots to undermine citizens' rights have gone on for too long. This is why the Constitution of these United States provides a penalty for such treasonous actions, and that penalty is confiscation.
Hence, for example, Black citizens can demand their reparations and enforcement of the law of treason because government officials, racist wealthy persons who lack morals with their insourced allies, can be stopped plus made to pay reparations for their money-hungry, bad, treasonous, and outlandish behavior plus policies toward fellow citizens, such as Black folks in North America. Who, by the way, built the country. Deportation follows after being found in the act of treason and confiscating all party's properties, including outside countries' assets located in North America. So when the confiscation shoe drops, how will that look?
Confiscation is a punishment for treason in America because it is considered a form of punishment that is both severe and effective. The idea behind confiscation as a punishment for treason is to deprive the individual of their ill-gotten gains, which are often seen as a reward for their disloyalty to the country. The forfeiture of property is also intended to serve as a deterrent to others who might consider committing treason, as it sends a clear message that the consequences of such actions will be severe. Additionally, confiscation is seen as a way to weaken the enemy's ability to finance and support their activities, which can help to bring an end to the conflict as well as the flooding of illegal drugs, guns, and caste system policies that have nothing to do with the Constitution of the United States in the state of New Jersey. (And don't mis-quote me. I believe that all things should be done decently and in order. I respect authority as well as the lineage of Kings and Queens and the rights of parents, but caste systems aren't a North American standard.) Overall, confiscation is viewed as a harsh but necessary punishment for those who would betray their country and threaten its security and stability. Confiscation twin sister is deportation. Where both American citizens and residents can be deported for their public plus economic securities threat plus breaking of highly sensitive Federal Laws. A long with said persons, groups, non-profits, business entities, moreover state legislatures unethical, unfair, treasonous, plus dangerous actions that disturb the safety and well-being of citizens while breaking federal laws.
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The Game & 50 Cent's "Hate It or Love It"