Monthly Archives: August 2013

 
 

Fight for Civil Rights, Not Against

Comment By bob L.
Aug. 24th 2013

People are out there fighting to bring about and end to Discrimination, but as long as there are ones who don’t want to see it and are always trying to keep people fighting among them selves, you will never stop it, it will take the Courts, (Haven to Bid) to go after the people who are keeping Discrimination going.

You have to many hate groups and individual’s that want to keep it going so they can get their own way and to profit off some ones else’s pain.

The Courts are like the Democrats, the truth or not they are going to follow who they are for, until they start enforcing the laws that are on the books and stop favoring sides, you will never stop Discrimination against any one, no matter who you are.

It is ashamed that Martin Luther King had to Die for what he believed in, and was being stabbed in the back by traders the whole time by others that said they were behind him and agreed with what he was doing, why don’t the courts go after these people who do not want to see Discrimination end and treat them as terrorist.

But look at this part, they talk about Trayvon dying and he was unarmed, Now look at how many have died and were not armed every day by a person of color and nothing is done about it, but if it involves a white person who does it, all hell breaks loose, now why are they not trying to protect themselves from the ones that are giving them the bad name, I would call that Discriminating against them selves by not standing up against the ones are doing it.

Every year Hundreds dies from a Gun a Knife, by Drugs, Drunk Drivers, and a few other things, but it is the white person who is the blame of it all, or it is the law because it did not protect them, it is nothing but the people who are the cause of all this, by not standing up against it, why, because they are to busy screaming Discrimination to see that these laws are not being enforced and they are letting them off with a warning, or a slap on the hand and say don’t do it again.

They even go out and do a songs to tell people not to squeal on any one who commits a crime, unless it is a white person that does the crime, now that is what you call Discrimination.

You have people praising Mr. King for what he was doing, and at the same time they were trying to stop it, come on people we can all do this if we stop the people who are profiting for them selves by opposing what Martin Luther King stud for.

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March to focus on continued fight for civil rights

Associated Press
SUZANNE GAMBOA
08-24-2013

WASHINGTON (AP) — Alice Long planned months ago to use vacation time to travel from Huntsville, Ala., to the 50th anniversary events for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

Long, a NASA administrative assistant, brought along her grandchildren to give them a close-up view of African-American and civil rights history that she said isn’t being taught in schools.

“I’m here supporting this march because there are so many injustices in this country,” Long, 59, said on the eve of Saturday’s march from the Lincoln Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. “I’m very concerned about it because I have a 5-year-old grandson and a 13-year-old granddaughter.”

Marchers began arriving early Saturday to gather on the National Mall, many staking out their spots as the sun rose in a clear sky over the Capitol. The NAACP passed out signs reminiscent of the 1963 event expressing reasons for the march five decades later: “We March To Protect Voting Rights,” proclaimed one of the placards.

Organizers have planned for about 100,000 people to participate in the event, which is the precursor to the actual anniversary of the Aug. 28, 1963, march. It will be led by the Rev. Al Sharpton and King’s son Martin Luther King III. After several speeches, participants will walk the half-mile from the Lincoln Memorial to the 2-year-old memorial.

On the day of the anniversary, President Barack Obama will speak from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, the same place King stood when he delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech. Obama will be joined by former Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. Churches and groups have been asked to ring bells at 3 p.m. Wednesday, marking the exact time King spoke.

On Friday, a coalition of black leaders issued what they said is the 21st century agenda for the nation as it marks the watershed civil rights event that helped bring about the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The 1963 march drew some 250,000 to the National Mall and ushered in the idea of massive, nonviolent demonstrations.

The leaders named economic parity, equity in education, voting rights, health care access and criminal justice reform as national policy priorities.

National Urban League President Marc Morial said the agenda was “by no means a complete agenda” but one that can strengthen the unity among the coalition’s members and a way to go forward in a new civil rights movement.

Throughout the buildup to the anniversary march, leaders have been acknowledging and honoring civil rights progress spurred by the 1963 march. But they also have bemoaned what they see as an attack on that progress since King delivered his stirring speech.

They cite the Supreme Court ruling that effectively erased a key anti-discrimination provision of the Voting Rights Act; persistent unemployment among African-Americans, which is about double that of white Americans; and the shooting death of unarmed black teenage Trayvon Martin and the acquittal of George Zimmerman.

Organizers of Saturday’s march hoped this year’s event would serve to inspire people again to educate themselves about issues they see as making up the modern civil rights struggle.

“It’s very difficult to stomach the fact that Trayvon wasn’t committing any crime. He was on his way home from the store,” Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon’s mother, said Friday as she prepared to participate in the march. “Don’t wait until it’s at your front door. Don’t wait until something happens to your child. … This is the time to act now. This is the time to get involved.”

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Battle Over Jobs And who Can Have Them

Comment By Bob L.
Aug. 20th 2013

If this is what the Union wants then charge them any and all delays and over runs in the cast of the project, not the Taxpayer.

This project is not just being paid for by Seattle, it is being paid for by all of Americas taxpayers, and if there are added cost then the Seattle mayor and Seattle City Council should also be held responsible for cost any cost over runs, this should be for any projects that is being done, and all contractors should not get a bonus for getting done sooner, if done sooner that means that it was done by cutting corner, and any added cost should be the responsibility of the contractor who falsely under biding just to get the job, and these people who are supposed to be qualified to over see the project should be fired.

If a person wants to get picky then Long Shore Man should not be able to do any thing that is on land, that means driving trucks to move containers, loading or unloading ships or moving them around the port because they are on land, not on water, they should not be able to handle any thing in a Warehouse, that would fall under another union, here again it is ON LAND, so what gives them the right to take jobs away from other unions or organizations.

Like they say Long Shore Men are on the WATER not LAND, they would scream bloody murder if the Teamsters Complained that they were taking their jobs, Crane Operators should fall under Operating Engineers because it is on land, not on the water, how about the people who move these products on the water from place to place, see it can go both ways.

Things could get pretty ugly if all the unions complained about others taking their jobs, and they would have the right to, just like what is happening now.

Contractor should be able to hire who ever they want with out Harassment from any one, I think this is what the Government calls Profiling, and saying who can work and who can not, Profiling is not just Racial, it is any one who is Denied or Excepted.

Now how many are going to lose their job for the sake of people who already have a job, and are greedy and want to have control of who can get a job and who will not, because they are not in a union, now this is harassment and profiling backed by our Government Agencies.

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Longshoremen picketing Seattle tunnel site

by KING 5 News
Posted on August 20, 2013

Members of the longshoreman’s union are picketing at the site of the new State Route 99 tunnel project under Seattle and blocking workers from going in.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 19 said it secured a deal with Seattle Tunnel Partners to do work on the tunnel terminals. Two-to-four of the jobs were supposed to be union jobs.
The ILWU says that agreement is not being upheld, so they are picketing and not allowing workers to enter the site. The two sides have been in negotiations for the past week, according to ILWU.

There was no immediate response from Seattle Tunnel Partners.

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Butter cow doused with fake blood

Comment By Bob L.
Aug. 12th 2013

This just ONE of the types of groups that run this Country today , and the courts and Government let it happen, even though there are laws against Vandalism, Hate Groups, and Harassment, and not one of these are protected by the Constitution.

But it seem that all these Groups have protection from the Government and the Courts, because when certain groups create HATE, VANDALISM, TOTAL DISRESPECT for the laws that are on the books, Governments and the Courts do NOTHING to enforce them, just make a new law.

When it comes to enforcing the law, these people stand and Quote the Constitution for their benefit, just like they did when it came to the American Flag a few years back, where they said under the Constitution that it was ok to BURN the American under your right to freedom speech, even though it is a Capital Offence to Desecrate, Deface or Burn the American Flag, and now we have a President who Swore to Protect and serve this Country and its Flag, WON”T even Honor it unless he is backed in to the wall, he turn his back on it when it is being Honored. 
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muslim-brotherhood-flagarrow-flashing-right-1 I bet he would He would Honor this,
the Muslim Brotherhood Flag.

 

As long as we have a Government and Courts who will not enforce the laws we have now, new laws are not going to do any thing about the Laws that are being violated  now, except fill another book of unenforced laws of this Country, so this kind of thing will never be stopped, unless ALL these laws are ENFORCED. 

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Butter cow doused with fake blood at Iowa State Fair

Dylan Stableford, Yahoo! News
08-12-2013

An animal rights group has claimed responsibility for dousing the famed Iowa State Fair butter cow with fake blood.

The sculpture was covered with red paint early Sunday, fair officials said, and the phrase “freedom for all” was scrawled on a viewing window in front of the cow.

A group called Iowans for Animal Liberation sent an image of the vandalism to the Des Moines Register, claiming responsibility.

“After dismantling the lock to the refrigerated case housing the Butter Cow with a screwdriver, we doused the entire butter sculpture in red paint,” the group wrote in an email to the Register. “The paint represents the blood of 11 billion animals murdered each year in slaughterhouses, egg farms, and dairies.”

Police are investigating the incident.

“The butter cow is something people come to the fair to see,” Iowa State Patrol Sgt. Scott Bright told the newspaper.

The annual fair, which began in 1854, attracts more than 1 million visitors a year. It’s also a popular quadrennial stop for presidential candidates hoping to catch the attention of Iowa voters, who traditionally hold the first in the nation voting contests.

More than 100,000 people attended Sunday, fair officials said. The 10-day event runs through Aug. 18.

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Back to the 18th Century, Banning What You Can Say!

Comment by Bob L.
Aug. 5th 2013

When people came to America, they did it to get away from tyranny and dictators, now speed a head to America today, laws are going back to earlier days when this Country was getting started.

Today this Country thinks that they are in merry old England, France, Germany, you name the Country and you will see what this Country is looking like, go to Seattle, England puts up a Ferris Wheel on the River, Seattle just had to spend money to put one up on Puget Sound, that money could have been used for public safety, like pot holes, drive down many streets in this Country and you will see Traffic Circles, or an accident looking for a place to happen.

Take these States, they want tourist to come and spend money, so what do they do, well Washington State wants to Charge more for gas so that would raise prices to the tourist that they want to bring in, and if it does then they would take that money and blow it like a gambler in Las Vegas.

Now it is Banning words that have been used for years is now Racist, Offensive, or they just don’t like that word because it sounds mushy, like Mailman, Fireman, Milkman, Policeman, you can go on and on, and people today will not be happy and will always find some thing they don’t like, if you are not suppose to say man, then what do you call a Woman or Women, if you are not able to use the term man when it comes to Wo— or Wo— what do you call them then to make them Happy.

This is just like the Days when Wo— were burning their Bras, how long did that last, people have to forget about words and start getting this Country back from haters, ever since this administration got in to power, every thing Martin Luther King stood for has been wasted on to days society who only want to create problems, so what did Mr. Kings words mean, or did he lose his life for nothing? I think he was right, but to many people on both sides that don’t want to see change, it seems that people today want to see this Country go back to Foreign Rule and have the Government tell you what to do and take care of you.

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Seattle City Hall Considers Banning ‘Offensive’ Words

By Gillian Mohney
Aug 4, 2013

City Officials in Seattle are defending an internal memo that questions the use of certain terms such as “brown bag” (as in “brown-bag lunch”) or “citizen” in a government setting.

According to the Seattle Office of Civil Rights, those terms can be deemed offensive or have a history of being offensive and therefore should not be used.

“Luckily, we’ve got options,” Elliott Bronstein of the Office for Civil Rights wrote in the memo. “For ‘citizens,’ how about ‘residents?’”

Banning Offensive Words in Government

The Office for Civil Rights contends that city government serves all residents of Seattle whether or not they are citizens.

In addition, the use of “brown bag” could unintentionally bring up racist connotations, according to Bronstein.

“It used to be a way people could judge skin color,” Bronstein said in a phone interview with ABC News affiliate KOMO-TV in Seattle. According to the memo, other options are available to city employees such as “sack lunch” or “lunch-and-learn.

The memo comes after the state legislature voted to remove gender specific words from official records, meaning words such as “freshman” and “journeymen” will be replaced by “first-year” and “journey-level” respectively.

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