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Unity And Love Ended in A Mega Gathering About the National Mall In Washington DC Saturday

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Richard H. Cobble
Christians, Muslims, and Non-Church Folks gathering in the beginning Iconium Baptist Church parking area at 542 Moreland Avenue SE Atlanta, Georgia provided a "festive mood" even as we waited to board three buses to Washington, DC. The atmosphere was thick graciously and continous cooperation of making sure we all were unified in our thinking and action for joining other folks on the National Mall in Washington DC. Friday evening October 9th, 2015 presented us with beatiful weather that coincide with this feeling that we are part of history! Young and Old, especially countless children, gave us deep thoughts that our presence on the National Mall as well as the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's Justice or Else message would convey that we're "sick and tired" of being abused and mistreated with that Nations' power of greed and deception.Atlanta Local Organizing Committee cooperating for the past three months in researching problems and solutions helped us to know that the power of greed and deception can make it difficult for all of us! It is difficult for Community Leaders on this city, county, state, and throughout this Nation to unite in formulating progressive movement with this Nation. Since the inception in the Thirteen Colonies, throughout Slavery, before the Civil Rights movement, the "Plantation Mentality" of "divide and conquer" is continuously used to divide possibilities for comprehensive justice and righteousness that will give equal benefits to all in the United States. Why? This inquiry is being asked through the following:

Stir The Pot Project

The Native American Indians!
Black Americans who were brought to America as Slaves!
Mexican and Latinos!
Our Women!
The indegent!
Incarcerated Men, Women, and kids!
Our Military Veterans who competitive the US Constitution!

Atlanta Local Organizing Committee cooperating for the past three months in researching problems and solutions helped us to know that the power of greed and deception helps it be difficult for all of us! It is difficult for Community Leaders with this city, county, state, and throughout this Nation to unite in formulating progressive movement just for this Nation. Since the inception of the Thirteen Colonies, throughout Slavery, both before and after the Civil Rights movement, the "Plantation Mentality" of "divide and conquer" is continuously accustomed to divide possibilities for comprehensive justice and righteousness that will give equal advantages of all in the United States. Why? This question is being asked by the following:

Dr. Richard Cobble

The Native American Indians!
Black Americans have been brought to America as Slaves!
Mexican and Latinos!
Our Women!
Poor People!
Incarcerated Men, Women, and kids!
Our Military Veterans who competitive the US Constitution!

The best way to Boycott and Teach our Dollars New Sense:

A FAMILY AFFAIR where true celebration is performed without going to the local mall and using up credit cards to make folk happy! PLEASE Consider this! Let us focus on working our community effort to engage our people to join like a UNIT OF ONE for lifting our awareness concerning the greed and mismanagement which can be overshadowing community progress. Even as we remember the injustice and abuse of power by those people who are elected and/or appointed to service, allow us to practice our discontent by keeping our money in our pockets. Forget about lip service! Faith without work is dead. We can start with doing the following:

1. Scale back on the use of credit cards.
2. Consider hand-made gifts that you should appreciated.
3. Buy games the location where the whole family can participate.
4. Organize teach-ins in the holidays.
5. Good your meals are another subject for attracting and connecting people.
6. Prepare good meals around discussion and fellowship.
7. Do not buy any alcoholic beverages and/or illegal drugs.
8. Don't drive on long trips. Enjoy family & local sights.
9. Take members of your family to historical sights of neighborhood.

 

Posted Nov 18, 2015 at 5:21am

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