Until we decide to keep the Tag “RELIGION” out

Until we decide to keep the Tag “RELIGION” out

YES, until we decide to keep the Tag “Religion “out. It is true that the world of man have been hunted by so many horrors in the name of one religion or another. And YES, it is true that since the beginning of the world, violence has always been part of it but it is also true that not all horrors committed in the world were a religious one. So YES! Until we decide to keep the TAG OUT.

Why would the word violence ever be connected to any religion? Why would the word terrorism go hand in hand with religion or God?

Anyone can be violent, anyone can be a terrorist but no one can ever be a religious terrorist. You must have to earn the word RELIGIOUS before it should ever be attached to any human alive. If religion is about believe in the God of the religion, in the holy book and practicing what the religion teaches. Then before anyone is tagged religious he or she must pass some certain test.

How can a drunkard be termed “Islamic, Christian or hindu drunker?” how can a rapist be identified as a religious rapist?  Why are atheist never identified by what they believe in? Why have the media never tagged any killer as atheist terrorists? But we continually hear the media tag people as Islamic terrorist? Or have there never been atheist killers before?

The truth is that no religion teaches violence at least that is what all religion claims, so why must a killer’s religious identity be of importance?

For years I have watched people stigmatized, hated, and abused for belonging to a particular religion or another and as time pass by, such horrors continue to be accepted by the younger generations. What would we gain by creating hate against a particular group or religion, the reality is that no matter how hard we try to preach, campaign and create hate against a particular group, they will always exist, we will always have Muslims, we will always have Christians, blacks, white so no matter how hard we try to make people look bad, they will always exist and in the end, we may only resort to making our society more hate filled and insecure not just for that group but for every other person.

Sometimes a lot of people claim to be fighting this disease currently circulating in our society, the disease of hating a whole group of people for belonging to one religion or another or belonging to one race or tribe.

To hate 1person might be justified; to hate 2people might also be justified but to hate a whole group(either because of their race, religion, tribe) can never be justified because the truth is that no matter how bad a group may seem, most percentage of the followers are good people. The beautiful ones they say have never been born. So why must a 5year old be hated for being born into a particular religion? Why must a little child be seen as a devil simply because we believe everyone in the religion is taught to hate.

The question remains: why must any religions name be tagged with insane people who claim to be fighting in the name of any religion? Should all insane man who claims to be Obama be called Obama and given so much media and public attention simply because he claims he is the American president? Naturally people will take him to be insane. Should a terrorist be called GOOD terrorist because he claims to be fighting for goodness and in process causing so much harm? So why should few misguided people be tagged Islamic or Christian terrorist because they claim to be fighting for the religion? Naturally they should be treated like insane people.

For years the media have been causing so much harm than good in their unwarranted campaign of identifying killers, rapist, robbers or child abusers under any religion, it creates so much hate when the media makes it seems as if a particular religion enjoys killing people or abusing children. The truth remains that the human mind can easily be bombarded with hate for others simply by constantly identifying one group as killers, rapist etc. so YES! Until we decide to keep the tag RELIGION out of terror activities, until we decide that no killer should be identified as an ideal religious person and YES until we decide to do those things, we will continue to hate, stigmatize and feel disgust by others for belonging to a particular group.

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The way forward for Middle east

The way forward for Middle east

 

 

the Middle East has been rocked by constant violence, wars, occupations and clashes over  the past 150 years, even though it  enjoyed centuries of peace under the rule of the Ottomans before that. Yet, right now, whole cities are being burned down, and innocent people are being slaughtered with barrel bombs. Tens of millions of people have become refugees, prisoners of war, and victims in their own lands.

Only in Gaza, there are 1.7 million people trying to hang on to life despite the most difficult conditions. The Middle East observers of the United Nations have been presenting report after report portraying the unfavorable conditions there, which were entirely ignored. According to the November 2013 report of James Rowley, Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs with the United Nations, there is a very serious humanitarian crisis in Gaza which makes it imperative that the blockade is lifted immediately. He also said that closure of Rafah border was putting a huge strain on Gaza. 1The UN says that nine million people are facing death unless they get help very soon. People have been battling with hunger for months now in refugee camps like Yarmouk in Damascus. The unrest in Egypt grows everyday, and the neighboring countries are surely being negatively affected by the situation.
We can extend the above list with Myanmar, Kashmir, Iraq, Afghanistan, East Turkestan, Pakistan and several African countries. The whole Islamic world is suffering from a vicious cycle of violence and the Western world is  nowhere near a political approach that could put an end to this: Indeed, from time to time, Western countries opt for an approach that encourages more conflicts, unrest and clashes in the region. Muslims, who are supposed to live in peace and brotherhood together, are now weakened and worn out because of their divided state.
Yet, it is possible to solve all these problems if only Muslims come together to overcome the problems  and contribute to the solution as much as they can.
There is also the fact that the divided state of Muslims is drawing the attention of some dark groups that are eyeing the riches of the Middle East with hungry eyes.
The situation brings up some questions that are begging for answers:
To what extent do the organizations such as the Arab Union or the OIC, organizations that were founded to build peace in the Islamic world, actually achieve any success? What can bring an end to the policies of hatred, resulting from sectarian differences and a desire for vengeance?
It is clear to everyone that organizations such as the OIC, albeit representing 57 Islamic countries, have a very passive and bureaucratic  structure that is held back by an excessive amount of red tape; one would expect such organizations to have more effect, as they are representing 1.6 billion Muslims, and have access to immense amount of resources. Yet they are very far from presenting any solutions to the problems at hand.
The Islamic world urgently needs saving, and its saviors. The solution will begin when everyone in the Middle East wishes for and urges Islamic Union. In addition, policies of love and acceptance should be adopted with urgency, especially for Palestine, Syria and Lebanon. These policies will create a worldwide effect and prompt influential actors in the Middle East to abandon policies of violence in favor of more moderate ones.
The obvious solution is Islamic countries coming together and building a European Union style confederation. Muslims need to have a civilization supported by highest levels of justice, art and rich culture. Furthermore, the Middle East needs to achieve a social democracy that is at least on par with the legal system recognized by Europe and  universal human rights. 
It should be well known that our holy book the Qur’an is the source of all these beauties and richness. Harvard University, which is considered one of the top universities of the world, has  the 135th verse of Surat an-Nisa of the Holy Quran, engraved on the wall of the library of the Harvard Law Department. The faculty stated that the verse was ‘…one of the greatest definitions of justice  in history’.2 Therefore, the need for Muslims to embrace their faith, and return to their essence is greater than ever. 
Such a union will be accepted and welcomed by everyone, as it will cater to the desires and expectations of not only the East but also the West, and the acceptance of this union will  ensure that all the problems can be easily and rapidly solved.
Turkey is one of those countries that could serve as a great example to Islamic countries. The Turkish democracy has managed to act as a bridge between the East and  West, with its ability to use its culture as a unifying force, and also with its stable economy and sensible approach to problems. It has strengthened its relations with the EU and  the Shanghai Cooperation Organization  members, while continuing to protect and safeguard the interests of all Islamic countries.  Shia Iran is our ‘second home’, in the words of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan; in the same way, Wahhabi Saudi Arabia is our sister country as well. Sunni countries are also our sisters and allies. No matter what faith they have, Turkey is determined to ally with all Islamic countries on the basis of what we have in common. This spirit comes from the Qur’an and will lead to way to an Islamic Unity.
By the grace of God, this spirit will find its way into everyone’s heart. By the will of God, very soon, this geography that is the Islamic world will embrace its golden age with  Islamic Union.

will the fighting in syria end if Assad goes?

will the fighting in syria end if Assad goes?

 
When it comes to the three-year old civil war in Syria, everyone knows how complicated the opposition front is. But in terms of the regime forces, there is only one personality that counts:  Assad. So will the fighting in Syria end if Assad goes?
Subconsciously simplifying matters that are hard to understand and making generalizations is part of human nature. Generalizations may gradually become a fog that shrouds the truth. We see a similar example with the Syrian forces. The instances we have seen since the start of the search for democracy known as the Arab Spring have given many people the impression a similar path will be taken in all countries. However, the Bin Ali regime in Tunisia, the Mubarak regime in Egypt, the Salih regime in Yemen and the Gaddafi regime in Libya all had one thing in common; those regimes were systems in which the state was run by the initiative of a single dictator, and change was possible the moment that dictator was either overthrown or agreed to step down.
The Syrian regime, however, has for decades had a different nature. The Syrian regime is based on the Ba’ath ideology that has a much wider influence and there is a substantial constituency among minorities resisting the decline  of the Ba’ath ideology both inside and outside Syria. Militant leftist guerrilla groups, Ba’ath Party members and Middle East representatives of the Shanghai Block constantly provide ideological nourishment for that base. The Ba’ath ideology and the power of the Ba’ath base far exceed Assad’s own personal power. The Ba’ath Party was in charge of Syria for 20 years even before Hafez Assad’s 30-year reign; Ba’ath networks are more powerful than all the religious communities and tribes in Syria. The ideology of the regime has so infiltrated ordinary people that it may be easily said to deeply impact on everything in the country. As the Shabbiha organization founded by Hafez Assad carries out mass murders with its about 10,000 recruits on the one hand, its structure also makes it easily deniable by the regime. The struggle we are witnessing in Syria today is not one of the Syrian Ba’ath against the opposition, but one between the opposition and Russia, China and Iran, all of whom wish to keep Ba’ath ideology alive in a country in which innocent civilians are paying the price. 
It has always been easy for dictatorships run with a single mindset to be overthrown in uprisings; we saw an example of this in both Nicaragua and El Salvador. Nicaragua, led by Anastasio Somoza, fell to uprisings in 1979, while the same thing did not happen in neighboring El Salvador, in which communist foundations were not so widely spread; the ruling junta put up strong resistance to the opposition. More than 70,000 people lost their lives in the bloody 12-year civil war. When the fighting finally came to an end with a peace agreement signed by the government and the opposition in 1992, El Salvador was unrecognizable, in the same way that Syria is now. 
The 15-year long Lebanese civil war which cost some 200,000 lives is an example of failure to come to terms on an ideological basis and fighting that grew ever worse for ideological reasons: Indeed, it came to an end, not when the different sides came to an agreement, but with the American move into Beirut.
So how can the Ba’ath regime that is active in many Middle Eastern Arab countries, with its pan-Arab ideology of forging one Arab nation out of the many Arab states in the region and spreading socialist ideas, change? Ba’athist ideology, which combines Pan-Arabism with communism, is based on materialist philosophy, and systematic, powerful, rational and faith-based activity is needed to get rid of it. The elimination of Ba’ath ideology, which found room to expand in the vacuum that formed in the wake of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire and that spread rapidly under colonialist regimes, requires peaceful means, not guns and rockets. Bashar Assad’s presence at the head of the Syrian state is purely symbolic. The events taking place in Syria are nothing more than the commands of the Syrian Ba’ath secret state being obeyed. Assad is arguably – and ironically – a prisoner of the Ba’ath communist secret state and therefore Assad simply throwing in the towel and stepping down will not solve the problem.
The failure to attach importance to the solution that can bring about this definitive result is nothing short of breathtaking; it seems everyone involved refuses to listen to the clearest and most definitive solution to the turmoil that arises when looked at rationally and honestly. The idea of anti-communist education is one that has been put before them already formed, a path to a solution that is both valuable and highly important. It is the summit of intellectual dishonesty not to use such a path to a solution, to stand in the face of such a powerful idea and then to give the impression of seeking a solution through weak and failed tactics and political maneuverings.
Adnan Oktar’s article on Arab Times

In ukraine; a policy of compromise is the key

In ukraine; a policy of compromise is the key

 
Ukraine declared its independence after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 and since then has been a member of the CIS. But it would be wrong to say Ukraine is truly independent. In fact, Ukraine is very dependent on Russia, especially when it comes to energy needs. Most of its exports are sent to Russia, and Russia happens to be the one country that meets the majority of Ukraine’s credit needs. Just like many other European nations, Ukraine also purchases its natural gas from Russia, and it has launched new projects to purchase even more.
 
The Kiev administration has been looking for ways to find some relief from the financial crisis: It is reported that Ukraine has only three months worth of currency reserves left and it needs to solve this problem urgently to prevent a default.
 
So, to solve the conundrum, Russia and Ukraine need to preserve their friendly ties and continue with their cooperation, while Ukraine should go on to sign the Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement with the European Union to move closer to Europe.
 
However, it is of paramount importance that Kiev offers guarantees to Moscow that relations with Russia and other CIS countries will not face negative consequences as a result.
 
Ukraine should aim not only at integrating with Europe, but become one of those nations with a broader policy that will further assist east-west integration.
 
Turkey is the perfect example of successful East-West integration. The country accepted the Copenhagen Criteria for accession to the EU and subsequently passed a draft of transition laws; however, this has not prevented Turkey from developing friendly ties and economic, cultural and social relations with other countries.
 
In other words, close ties with Europe are no reason to shy away from East-West integration. There is no fundamental reason why Ukraine should not follow the same path.
 
It is long overdue and it is high time to discard the bipolar worldview of the past.
 
Countries should unite and adopt policies that are based on love and peace; the bipolar worldview is an outdated relic of the 20th century, based on spurious notions of “the East” and “the West.”
 
Ukraine needs to follow unifying policies and avoid falling victim to the destructive by-products of division. Mistrust and suspicion is not the way forward; understanding and common cooperation is the only way ahead.

finding my place on earth

In an ever changing world. i walk for miles thinking if i will ever fit into the ever changing world of mankind. the more i try to find my place in the world, the more harder it seemed, after miles journey i realized that what i searched for so much was right in front of me. the answer was me, i realized i just  had to be myself, then i knew it was better for people to love me for me not for what the world wanted me to turn into.

A better tomorrow

We always say we work hard for a better tomorrow!
When tomorrow comes we still say we are working hard for a better tomorrow.
Time and time again we go through life’s journey having that thought, our time keep passing from childhood,to teen,to adulthood, to old age.
During this period of having the thought of working for a better tomorrow, we become so occupied that we fail to realize and think about other things in life.
 Mothers abandon their children without real mothers love, giving excuse of working, fathers do the same. Families get split while we still deceive ourselves with the word “working for a better tomorrow”.
When will tomorrow come?
 Working for a better tomorrow must not require abandoning a perfect today and having a great future for your family and those around u. Let your tomorrow be now before is too late to wish for a better yesterday!

Sperm smugglers score a victory in Gaza

Sperm smugglers score a victory in Gaza

 
 

Strategy has been swimmingly successful for some wives of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

 
 
 
 

Hana al-Zaanin, wife of a Palestinian prisoner, gave birth to a baby boy last week [Fares Akram/Al Jazeera]

Beit Hanoun, Gaza Strip  When the Israeli army arrested Palestinian Tamer al-Zaanin a month and a half after his marriage in 2006, his wife, Hana, was still studying Sharia at the Islamic University in Gaza City. 

Her husband had been sentenced to 12 years in prison on charges of being an operative with Islamic Jihad. Having plenty of time with no children, Hana enrolled again in the same university after graduating; this time she is majoring in math. 

But she won’t have nearly as much free time in the coming years. Last week, she gave birth to a baby boy, Hassan, through in-vitro fertilisation, marking the first case in Gaza in which a prisoner managed to impregnate his wife with sperm smuggled out of prison, following six successful births in recent years in the West Bank. 

“I can’t describe how happy I am,” said the 26-year-old mother from behind a black veil. “It’s an indescribable feeling that seven years on since my husband was arrested, I gave birth from a smuggled sperm,” she added as women and relatives sat around her bed in the family hometown of Beit Hanoun.

“Sperm smuggling from inside the jails constitutes a challenge to the Israeli jailer,” said Fouad al-Khafsh of the Ahrar Centre of Prisoners’ Studies. Khafsh told Al Jazeera that dozens of prisoners, especially those serving long or life sentences, try to have children using in-vitro fertilisation.

I did not know how Tamer, my husband, will receive my suggestion … I did not know if he will be happy or mad at me.”

– Hana al-Zaanin, wife of Palestinian prisoner

While surfing the Internet, Hana Zaanin read about the first successful birth of a baby with sperm from a prisoner from Nablus. She admired the idea and decided to propose it to her husband. 

“I spent weeks thinking of it and considering my family’s reaction,” she told Al Jazeera. “Most importantly, I did not know how Tamer, my husband, will receive my suggestion … I did not know if he will be happy or mad at me.”

Tamer, who was arrested along with two cousins in a raid at their home, is scheduled to complete his prison term in 2016. “I was encouraged to tell him after my family and Tamer’s father accepted the idea,” Hana said. “At the end of the day, the matter was up to him to agree or reject.” 

Last year, Hana was allowed to visit her husband for the first time since his arrest. At the prison, she summoned up the courage to inform Tamer of the idea. “My heart sank when he paused for a few seconds, but I was relieved when I saw his smile behind the glass board separating us,” she recalled. To her surprise, Tamer nodded in agreement. “Moreover, he had also thought of telling me but was afraid of my reaction.” 

But a series of challenges soon emerged. How could the semen be taken out of the prison, as Israel doesn’t allow physical contact between the prisoners and their families? And how could the sperm be kept alive for at least six hours, the time needed for families to return to Gaza after the visit?

An Israeli decision to allow children under the age of eight to go behind the glass boards and hug their fathers enabled Tamer and Hana’s scheme to succeed. Two of Hana’s brothers are also jailed in Rimon prison with Tamer, and one of them has kids. So Farid’s son, Rami, tossed a box containing his brother-in-law’s sperm into his son’s jacket during one of the visits.

At Erez checkpoint between Gaza and Israel, which is open only to international aid workers, some Gaza journalists and businessmen and desperate humanitarian cases, Hana was waiting impatiently for the sample. 

“I felt time is ticking quickly,” she recalled. Dr Abdel-Kareem Hindawi, a gynaecologist at the Gaza-based Basma IVF Center, told Al Jazeera the sperm was still alive and in excellent condition when he received it. The doctor and his colleagues began processing the sample and the insemination went smoothly. 

 

 

“I and my colleagues were extremely happy because we succeeded in bringing joy to Zaanin family,” he said. “It’s our pleasure to make the dream of women true, as long as this doesn’t contradict with laws and Islam.” 

Hindawi revealed that four other prisoners’ wives are pregnant from sperm smuggled from their husbands. He also noted that samples from many older prisoners were too weak to be effective. 

Hassan, Tamer’s son, was born in good health, weighing 3.1 kilos. Hana says Tamer heard the first cries of their son over the phone.

The Zaanin family home was swamped with visitors from Palestinian factions and officials with posters congratulating the family on the birth of Hassan. 

Asked if she will try to get another baby in the same way, Hana shrugged. “I will wait for Tamer to get out of the prison because I don’t want him to be deprived from seeing his children growing up in front of him.”

 
Source:
Al Jazeera

Aside

Iran says warships to approach US borders

 
 

Commander quoted by semi-official news agency as saying the deployment is a response to US exercises in the Gulf.

 
 

US and its allies regularly stage naval exercises in the gulf [AP]

An Iranian naval officer has said a number of warships had been ordered to approach US maritime borders as a response to the stationing of US vessels in the Gulf, the semi-official Fars news agency reported.

“Iran’s military fleet is approaching the United States’ maritime borders, and this move has a message,” the agency quoted Admiral Afshin Rezayee Haddad as saying on Saturday.

Haddad, who is described as the commander of the Iranian navy’s northern fleet, said the vessels had started their voyage
towards the Atlantic Ocean via “waters near South Africa”, Fars reported.

Fars said the plan was part of “Iran’s response to Washington’s beefed up naval presence in the Persian Gulf”.

The report, which carried no details of the vessels, could not be confirmed independently.

The Reuters news agency quoted an anonymous US defence official as casting doubt on the Iranian claims.

But the official added that “ships are free to operate in international waters”.

The US and regularlys stage naval exercises in the Gulf, saying it wants to ensure freedom of navigation in the waterway, through which 40 percent of the world’s seaborne oil exports passes.

The US bases its Fifth Fleet in Bahrain.

Iranian officials have often said Iran could block the Strait of Hormuz, at the mouth of the Gulf, if it was attacked over its disputed nuclear programme.

Fars said the Iranian navy had been developing its presence in international waters since 2010, regularly deploying vessels in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden to protect Iranian ships from Somali pirates.

Missile tests

Hard-line Iranian MPs meanwhile have accused the president, Hassan Rouhani, of halting a scheduled missile exercise, the state news agency said Sunday.

IRNA reported that 24 members of parliament said in a statement that the Supreme National Security Council, headed by the president, stopped the annual test and did not approve its budget.

Hard-liners are at odds with Rouhani and his foreign minister, Javad Zarif, over their policy of outreach to the West

Are international community failing Central African Rep.?

Deadly religious violence rocks CAR

 
 

At least nine killed as mobs target Bangui’s Muslims and properties owned by them despite presence of foreign troops.

 
 
 
 
In interview to Al Jazeera, President Catherine Samba-Panza blames political manipulation for ongoing strife

New violence and looting in the Central African Republic’s capital, Bangui, has left at least nine people dead, including two more lynchings of minority Muslims.

The latest assaults in the former French colony included mob attacks and an assassination attempt targeting the former justice minister.

Fighting broke out on Saturday evening between Christian vigilantes and Muslims in the west of Bangui where many buildings were torched, witnesses and humanitarian officials told AFP news agency.

A resident told AFP news agency that the Muslim killer of a Christian woman was lynched and killed before his body was burned and deposited in front of the local town hall, where it could be seen early on Sunday.

A suspected Christian militia member killed another Muslim civilian, and was about to burn the body when Rwandan soldiers of the African peacekeeping force MISCA shot him, a witness who gave his name as Innocent told AFP.

The shooting prompted an angry crowd to shout slogans against the Rwandan soldiers, whom they mistakenly believed to be Muslim. Five other people were killed in unclear circumstances, the witnesses said.

Peter Bouckaert of Human Rights Watch, the New York-based rights organisation, confirmed the witness reports and said another Muslim was lynched early on Sunday near Bangui’s central market.

Politician killed

In a separate incident, the Central African League of Human Rights told AFP, a Bangui politician was killed by attackers on a motorcycle on Sunday.

Jean-Emmanuel Ndjaroua, representative of the southeast region of Haute Kotto, had condemned violence against the Muslim residents of his district in front of the interim parliament on Saturday.

CAR has been engulfed in violence for nearly a year since the Seleka rebel group installed Michel Djotodia as the country’s first Muslim president in a coup in March 2013.

The following months saw rogue Seleka fighters unleash a wave of atrocities against the Christian majority, prompting the emergence of vigilante groups.

The violence has raged unabated even after Djotodia stepped aside and the parliament appointed interim President Catherine Samba-Panza last month, and Muslims have been fleeing the violence in their thousands.

A man was lynched on Friday after he fell off a lorry in a convoy of terrified Muslims fleeing Bangui. Residents hacked him to death and dumped his body on the roadside.

Rampant looting

Amid the killings, looting was also rampant in Bangui, where young people could be seen removing furniture and equipment from buildings and shops.

Some of the properties were still smouldering from fires set on Saturday, despite the heavy presence of French and African peacekeepers as a French helicopter gunship circled above.

The peacekeepers went from door to door to try to rout the looters, who simply moved on to other targets, pushing their carts and wheel-barrows between French armoured cars.

The violence came as Jean-Yves Le Drian, France’s defence minister, began an African tour on Sunday in the Chadian capital N’Djamena mainly focused on the CAR conflict.

Chad has 850 troops in MISCA and is also home to 950 French troops – France’s largest concentration of soldiers abroad after Djibouti.

Meanwhile, the Hague-backed International Criminal Court said on Friday it had opened an initial probe into war crimes in the CAR.

Atrocities, the fear of attacks and a lack of food have displaced almost a quarter of the country’s population of about 4.6 million, while the UN and relief agencies estimate that at least two million people need humanitarian assistance.

 
 

interview: why the blacks are lacking behind

 
Interviewer: Why is the Negro so behind economically?

Ashkenazi Jew: Not only does the Negro have the slowest wit, he does not practice group economics.  

The only aspect of economics the Negro understands is consumption.  

He doesn't understand the importance of building wealth. 

The fundamental rule is to keep your money within your racial group. 

We build business Jewish, hire Jewish, spend Jewish and buy Jewish. 

There is nothing wrong with that. 

But it's a basic rule that the Negro cannot comprehend and follow. 

He kills his fellow Negro daily over crack cocaine and heroin or for the sake of ''keeping it real'' instead of wanting to see his fellow Negro do well.

93% of blacks killed in America are by other blacks. 

Statistics show that, the Jew’s money exchanges hands 18 times before leaving his community. 

The Negro's is probably a maximum of once. 

Only 6% of his money goes back into his community. 

That's how Jews are at the top and they are at the bottom rung of every ladder of every society.

1 in 104 Negroes build businesses in America and there is an inverse correlation with the percentage of the prison population being at 51%, despite only being 13% of the aggregate American population. 

Interviewer: The Negro’s buying power in America is $1,000,100,000,000.00 trillion dollars. $100 billion dollars more than the entire GDP of Africa ($1 trillion dollars) and it's set to rise to $1,700,000,000,000.00 trillion dollars by 2017 according to an analysis from economic experts. But what could the Negro do with $1,000,100,000,000.00 trillion dollars a year? 

Ashkenazi Jew: Negroes of the American diaspora?

Interviewer: Yes 

Ashkenazi Jew: Well, Instead of buying Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Cristal 
(Corporations that could influence politics at his own expense and are also not big fans of him). 

He could industrialise the whole of Africa, build national banks, rid of majority of colonial banks and institutions on his continent by putting them out of business. 

This will make room for economic growth in Africa. 
He could hold onto more of his resources whilst actually selling them at market rates, without the requirement to sell the rights. 

He could reduce poverty substantially, become self-reliant and not rely on the aid of the European. 

He could build a nuclear arsenal for a united Africa, invest in infrastructure, educational institutions, scientific research and technological innovations for his benefit. 

With $1,000,100,000,000.00 trillion dollars, the Negro could rapidly catalyse Africa's ascent to becoming a world power.

Interviewer: What are your thoughts on the Negro’s remarkable failures after 150 years?

Ashkenazi Jew: Well, nothing is ever the Negro’s fault. 

His compulsive habit of killing his own, his compulsive material consumption. 

His inabilities to build businesses and preserve wealth are usually somebody else's fault.

Interviewer: What can the Negro do to liberate himself from his economic plight?

Ashkenazi Jew: The Negro must take responsibility. 

The Negro must unite. 

He must build businesses; he must invest in his own institutions and infrastructure. 

He must keep money in his community and he must learn to control his own means of production.

Interviewer: Thank you for your time.

Ashkenazi Jew: Pleasure

Interviewer: Why is the Negro so behind economically?

Ashkenazi Jew: Not only does the Negro have the slowest wit, he does not practice group economics.

The only aspect of economics the Negro understands is consumption.

He doesn’t understand the importance of building wealth.

The fundamental rule is to keep your money within your racial group.

We build business Jewish, hire Jewish, spend Jewish and buy Jewish.

There is nothing wrong with that.

But it’s a basic rule that the Negro cannot comprehend and follow.

He kills his fellow Negro daily over crack cocaine and heroin or for the sake of ”keeping it real” instead of wanting to see his fellow Negro do well.

93% of blacks killed in America are by other blacks.

Statistics show that, the Jew’s money exchanges hands 18 times before leaving his community.

The Negro’s is probably a maximum of once.

Only 6% of his money goes back into his community.

That’s how Jews are at the top and they are at the bottom rung of every ladder of every society.

1 in 104 Negroes build businesses in America and there is an inverse correlation with the percentage of the prison population being at 51%, despite only being 13% of the aggregate American population.

Interviewer: The Negro’s buying power in America is $1,000,100,000,000.00 trillion dollars. $100 billion dollars more than the entire GDP of Africa ($1 trillion dollars) and it’s set to rise to $1,700,000,000,000.00 trillion dollars by 2017 according to an analysis from economic experts. But what could the Negro do with $1,000,100,000,000.00 trillion dollars a year?

Ashkenazi Jew: Negroes of the American diaspora?

Interviewer: Yes

Ashkenazi Jew: Well, Instead of buying Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Cristal
(Corporations that could influence politics at his own expense and are also not big fans of him).

He could industrialise the whole of Africa, build national banks, rid of majority of colonial banks and institutions on his continent by putting them out of business.

This will make room for economic growth in Africa.
He could hold onto more of his resources whilst actually selling them at market rates, without the requirement to sell the rights.

He could reduce poverty substantially, become self-reliant and not rely on the aid of the European.

He could build a nuclear arsenal for a united Africa, invest in infrastructure, educational institutions, scientific research and technological innovations for his benefit.

With $1,000,100,000,000.00 trillion dollars, the Negro could rapidly catalyse Africa’s ascent to becoming a world power.

Interviewer: What are your thoughts on the Negro’s remarkable failures after 150 years?

Ashkenazi Jew: Well, nothing is ever the Negro’s fault.

His compulsive habit of killing his own, his compulsive material consumption.

His inabilities to build businesses and preserve wealth are usually somebody else’s fault.

Interviewer: What can the Negro do to liberate himself from his economic plight?

Ashkenazi Jew: The Negro must take responsibility.

The Negro must unite.

He must build businesses; he must invest in his own institutions and infrastructure.

He must keep money in his community and he must learn to control his own means of production.

Interviewer: Thank you for your time.

Ashkenazi Jew: Pleasure.

NOTE: this was an interview and no insults intended.

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