Preacher King: or Man For Peace and Justice!

by James Jett

Preacher King: or Man for Peace and Justice:
E-mail I receive everyday dealing with how business and political entities should relate to the buying public, mostly how companies should relate to the customers. Usually the customers mention the most is in an identifiable group. Therefore tend to live in areas that are home for a large segment of that particular group. Blacks living in the enter-cities are joined by other people immigrating from other countries. It is easy to determine if the numbers of people immigrating from other countries are increasing. You simply go outdoors and look. With the ease of identification by racial groups, many members of the Black communities are growing concern because this nation refuses to show the same welcome signs to people from Jamaica, Haiti and Africa. People from those countries are deported immediately if they are here illegally. Now people in the Black communities are beginning to ask questions about the welcome mat for some, while others are turned back and deported! I keep waiting for someone like Rev. Sharpton to tell the Blacks how mass immigration will benefit them. When it seems that everyone’s relatives can come to this country but theirs. I wait too here from him on the benefits Blacks and others will gain from immigration, but I do see some change in the subjects he discusses on the air. One woman questioned my praise for Rev. Sharpton, in the way he prayed and addressed the gathering at the Jena 6, gathering, when the student gained his freedom after the large and peaceful crowd assembled in Jena, LA. I had two reasons for praising him one, the prayer he prayed, and two. He told them he didn’t want any “high fives.” So you can be evaluated base on which Preacher-king you support. My records show, that in the pass I have tried to be on the side of equal justice under the law. After that my views and values part company with those of the Reverends, and are based on my own core-values. Who knows, maybe they will demonstrate for peace and justice in the future, and stop chasing racial-ghosts. I recall, one of my associates telling me a lady at a book review said to him as he signed the book for her: “why do you knock Rev. Jackson? , He is all we have, no one else is doing any thing” To me that is very sad, for someone to feel that everything else is of no account: only the things the Rev. Jackson Is doing is important.
When the illegals prevail, the percentage of votes cased, both locally and nationally, by Blacks will decrease. Then the statements made by the intelligent, beautiful and wise Donna Brazille will no longer be true, if I heard her correctly when she said that “the Black voters can decide who will be the next President of the United States of America.” Just eight short years from now the number of Black elected officials will decrease by 50% unless someone turns this head long race too amnesty around and start requiring everyone to come into this country legally. And stops threaten the living standards of Blacks already here. What Blacks man or Woman can change the decline in living standards for the Blacks living in this country? I believe it will take a team: we should start with Mr. Crosby, Dr. Alvin F. Poussaint and Warren Balitime on WERE Radios. These three are already in the field, as well as others that I will name in the future. No, I don’t subscribe to everything they advocate, but just now, their voices are helpful! Some think they are the change this country needs right now and on into the future!


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