House Of Representatives To Apologize For Slavery
It was announced today that the U.S. House Of Representatives is to apologize for slavery. To draw on what I wrote about slavery yesterday, if you want to apologize for it, stop practicing it.
Not to mention under Bush’s FBI, America has the worst human rights record in the world (click here for FBI Patriot Act abuse story I broke in 2006). Throw in Guantanamo and its pretty much written in stone.
Then there is nasty, foul, degenerate Hollywood, wiretapping, burglarizing and terrorizing innocent people, through PI’s like Anthony Pellicano, for no reason other that arrogance, greed and extreme perversion.
When you actually clean all that illegal nastiness up in Hollywood and stop the additional human rights abuses coming out of Washington, then and only then, can you actually say you’ve changed.
Until then, people will continue to go by cases like Jena Six, Sean Bell, and others, for reference as to the iniquitous way blacks are treated in America by the government and Hollywood.
You know what else would be good, if you could get the FBI to apologize for murdering the greatest American that ever lived, Martin Luther King jr (read below where former FBI agents are saying this).
For the life of me I don’t understand how that alleged law enforcement entity in Washington didn’t get shutdown long ago. But give it time, and you will find out that FBI headquarters did something so bad, it will leave you little choice.
House poised to apologize for slavery, Jim Crow
WASHINGTON (CNN) — The House of Representatives was poised Tuesday to pass a resolution apologizing to African-Americans for slavery and the era of Jim Crow.
The nonbinding resolution, which is expected to pass, was introduced by Rep. Steve Cohen, a white lawmaker who represents a majority black district in Memphis, Tennessee.
While many states have apologized for slavery, it will be first time a branch of the federal government will apologize for slavery if the resolution passes, an aide to Cohen said.
By passing the resolution, the House would also acknowledge the “injustice, cruelty, brutality and inhumanity of slavery and Jim Crow.”
“African-Americans continue to suffer from the consequences of slavery and Jim Crow — long after both systems were formally abolished — through enormous damage and loss, both tangible and intangible, including the loss of human dignity and liberty, the frustration of careers and professional lives, and the long-term loss of income and opportunity,” the resolution states.
The House would also commit itself to stopping “the occurrence of human rights violations in the future,” if it passes the resolution.
Covering Up the MLK Murder
“I saw how the agents in the Atlanta bureau laughed and were so happy when King was killed.” …
“I knew that the FBI would go to any lengths to accomplish its ends: assassination, murder, anything. But after I saw Coretta King on television talking so passionately about finding the truth, I decided to step forward.”
On how the investigation of the King case will proceed under Reno, Wilson said, “The Justice Department has a track record of deception and lies. I have no confidence in the outcome of this inquiry. I know my information has been tampered with and will be discounted.”
FBI AGENTS DID ASSASSINATE MARTIN LUTHER KING
FBI agents did assassinate Martin Luther King, a 1999 Memphis jury determined. Read ACT OF STATE by Attorney William pepper for an account of the trial. There is a long history of FBI agents using explosives to assassinate Civil Rights workers, environmentalists and Political activists.
For starters read the book EYES TO MY SOUL and the accounts of former FBI agent Tyronne Powers where he describes how other agents blew up his FBI issued vehicle with him in it when he was writing his expose of FBI Death Squad activities.