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“Broke Party!” Black Activists Organize Protest Against Obama, ABC: Zero Media Coverage

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A groups of black activists, under the banner of the “Broke Party,” organized a protest against Mayor Rahm Emanuel, President Obama, and even protested at the local ABC affiliate.  The result?  They were ignored.  Breitbart has the video…

So, these folks decide to get off the Democratic Plantation, and at least for now, they are being ignored.

Breitbart has more…

The protesters waved anti-union signs, anti-NAACP, anti-Rainbow Push, and signs reading “Rahm Hates Black People” in front of the studio as Kathy Brock and Alan Krashesky broadcasted the evening news. They demanded their voices be heard and criticized Emanuel for acting in cahoots with community-organizing front groups ACORN and ACTION Now to put properties in the community into the organizations’ hands. These actions by the Mayor and the corrupt “Chicago Machine” have ensured that construction work only goes to the unions, effectively keeping the residents of the community unemployed.

J.R. Fleming, another protester, declared that these community groups “do not represent the interests” of their communities or of black leaders in their communities. Fleming continued:

We want to work in our communities, we want to train the young boys and girls on the block… they need jobs and opportunity… we demand the mayor of the city of Chicago respect us, respect our community and allow us to work in our own neighborhoods… We are not asking for your money… It’s clear to us you ain’t gonna house us, it’s clear to us you ain’t gonna put us to work, so it’s clear to us that we must do this ourselves.

It seems to me that some folks are waking up!

UPDATE:  Instalanche courtesy of IOwnTheWorld.  Thanks, and an add to the blogroll is in order.

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  • hey bob

    Congratulations on taking some of the first steps to personal responsibility! You’re exacltly right, you DO have to work for what you want – nothing in life is free. now you have to figure out what you can produce that others will buy…simple concept, but hard to put into practice.

    Maybe one of the vacant storefronts can be used temporarily for some type of education/demonstrations

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