Tuesday, September 20, 2016

How to dramatically lower black homicide rate

There's so much attention on the Black Lives Matter Movement and the focus on police shootings of unarmed African Americans.  While there are over 37 million African Americans, there were approx. 40 unarmed African Americans killed by police in 2015.  Meantime, there are thousands of murdered African Americans every year for as far back as we can see.  The vast majority at the hand of another black person.

 Realize that over 99% of black people aren't murderers and over 99% of black people aren't murdered each year. 

But if we want to address all black lives mattering, here what we can do to dramatically lower the black homicide rate:

1.  Talk about the increased level of violence in  some black communities compared to other communities everyday, the same way as  BLM.

2.  Demand politicians on all levels offer radical plans that can be implemented immediately.

3.  the community needs to turn on the criminals. Turn on rap music. Make snitching cool.

4.  The community needs higher standards of what is acceptable on a personal level.  Including cleaning up the streets and neighborhoods, and encouraging pride in keeping it that way.

5.  promote traditional marriage.  Facts show an intact nuclear family is best social program.

6.  Embrace groups like Nation of Islam and other pro black groups to patrol the neighborhood. And form a partnership with police. 24/7.

7.  De-criminalize drugs, to take profit out of the illegal trade.

8.  Harshly punish low level offenders before they get worse.

9.  Guarantee a free college education at any school in America to all who academically qualify

10. Public works programs to rebuild the cities, public infrastructure, and community programs

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Black people 'oppressed'?

4.6 million Blacks with college degree (19.6% of population 25 and over)

38,000  black doctors in US (3.6% of doctors)

31% of black households make more than $50,000 which is more than 43% white households

35,000 black millionaires in US

Saturday, September 3, 2016

What would really happen if Trump wins?

1. Republicans will definitely hold the majorities in both House and Senate.
2. President Obama's accomplishments will have been rejected.
3. The Affordable Care Act will be repealed.
4.  US will lose respect around the world, the terrorists will be emboldened
5.  Trump's bad behavior will be vindicated, and repeated by other candidates.
6.  White racists will be on the rise culturally.
7.  Supreme Court will move in a very conservative direction:
8.   The Republican party will split into 2 parties

Monday, August 29, 2016

Questions for Donald Trump relevant to Black Community

1. Will you appoint more Supreme Court Judges like Clarence Thomas?

2.  Do you support the Republican laws around the country aimed at limiting access to voting?

3.  Did you support '94 crime bill and why/why not?

4.   Do you regret playing race card with ad calling for death penalty in relation to Central Park jogger case?

5.   Do you support restoring ex-felon voting rights?

6.   Do you believe Obama a natural born citizen? Did you want him impeached? Will you apologize?

7.   What's your view on affirmative action?

8.    Do you support expanding ability to sue for civil rights discrimination cases or limit the rights

9.     Did you discriminate against black renters? Why did fed government investigate you?

10.    Were you racist on 1980's? Reports say you forced black dealers off casino floor.

11.    Government: fed, state, local has been big employer in black community, will you cut government, which means cutting black jobs?

12.     Do you support racial profiling in law enforcement? Why/ why not?

13.     Why is your campaign inspiring white supremacists?

14.      Why did you retweet white supremacists numerous times on Twitter?

15.    Why would you use a shooting tragedy in black community to promote yourself?

16.      Obamacare has cut uninsured rate in black community and given many people acces to doctors, why eould you repeal this, and what would you replace it with?

17.     Do you support Hcbu's? Some whites think they're  racist

18. Do you support NABJ and other black groups? Some whites think they're racist.

19.  Your caricature of black community in front of whites was offensive, will you apologize?

20.   Should we hold you accountable for only starting outreach in last 3 months of an election and only when you're losing?

21.  Do you. Support Rooney rule in Nfl? How can blacks get more ownership in sports and the media?

22. Who are you favorite black thinkers/writers?

23.   Do you believe there is white privilege?

24.   Do you think there is a problem with police brutality? Whst would you do?

25.     If you can bring jobs to black community, why haven't you done it before?

26.    Do you support retiring the Confederate flag to museums? Whst does it mean to you?

27.    Do you think criminal justice system is biased against AA's? If so, what would you do?

28.   How do we close the enormous wealth gap?

29.   Have Republicans built a southern strategy to garner the votes of white backlash from the civil rights movement and the Democratic Party outreach to AA's?

Saturday, August 20, 2016

If Trump wanted to win Black votes he could...

1. make a public apology for being the leading Birther, questiioning President Obama's right to hold office. This was disrespectfull, dishonest, demagogic, and dangerous. This should be done over and over again in front of black, white, and mixed audiences.

 2. make a public apology for following and retweeting white suprecemast's and white nationalists' tweets. Unfollow all of them. And publicly renounce their support.

3. Give a public accounting of the racial discrimination cases he's been accused of by the federal government, and his racist behavior that been alleged by former Trump employees. Take questions on this from National Association of Black Journalists and black voters.

4. Explain how his pledge to put right wing judges on Supreme Court will help black voters in terms of: restrictive voting laws, affirmative action, over-policing, unfair sentencing/treatment when those type of judges are clearly part of the problem.

5. Explain his full page ad in reference to the Central Park jogger case, and how he contributed to making racial problems worse.

6. Describe how he repealing Obamacare HELPS black people, when it has benefitted them so far.

7. Explain how Republicans trying to restrict the vote helps blacks, and his victory empowering them would help. Then he can show up in the black community every week for rest of campaign and present his agenda