Law Enforcement : Jobs Program for Uneducated White Men

10 Jun

frankmartinsworld

It is now becoming increasingly clear that law enforcement is a jobs program for uneducated white men.

With many American factories moving offshore, poorly educated white men who would probably be working at some factory that their fathers used to work are now going into law enforcement. let’s face it, it’s a decent job. Problem is that many of these poorly educated white men are not suitable for the profession. Law enforcement requires an element of critical thinking, which sorely lacking with these poorly educated individuals. These poorly educated white men would be better served working in some factory and playing beer league softball

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Law Enforcement : Jobs Program for Uneducated White Men

10 Jun

Law Enforcement : Jobs Program for Uneducated White Men.

Law Enforcement : Jobs Program for Uneducated White Men

10 Jun

It is now becoming increasingly clear that law enforcement is a jobs program for uneducated white men.

With many American factories moving offshore, poorly educated white men who would probably be working at some factory that their fathers used to work are now going into law enforcement. let’s face it, it’s a decent job. Problem is that many of these poorly educated white men are not suitable for the profession. Law enforcement requires an element of critical thinking, which sorely lacking with these poorly educated individuals. These poorly educated white men would be better served working in some factory and playing beer league softball

The Willie Lynch Speech Is a Fake

31 May

Chancellorfiles

The Willie Lynch letter is a fake, black scholars have proven it. Also just like Eli Whitney the inventor of the cotton gin was said to be a black man — but in reality he was a white man. These Urban myths have be around for a while now.

Saturday, November 26, 2005

Sistas & Brothas,

This is an excellent critique/expose of the Willie Lynch “talk.” I have made it clear to folks anytime they raise this letter/talk that it’s a fabrication. Brotha Prof. Manu Ampim has joined several other Black scholars and activists who have exposed the myths of the Wilie Lyncht 1712 talk by advancing a thoroly detailed refutation of its authenticity.

I first saw this “document” in a poor xerox form from a “Liberation Library” copy dated (I think)
1970. I might still have the paper buried in a thousand other old papers I have. When I…

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