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Honolulu Woman Sentenced to 90 Days Jail for Removal of Classified Documents from U.S. Embassy



I must admit, I was not expecting much from this article, but...

I was pleasantly surprised.

Dear Disgruntled White Plantation Visitors, Sit Down.


You want romance, Moonlight and Magnolias, big Greek Revival columns, prancing belles in crinoline, perhaps a distinguished hoary headed white dude with a Van Dyke beard in a white suit with a black bow tie that looks like he’s about to bring you some hot and fresh chicken some faithful Mammy sculpture magically brought to life has prepared for you out back.

The Old South may be your American Downton Abbey but it is our American Horror Story, even under the best circumstances it represents the extraction of labor, talent and life we can never get back. When I do this work, it drains me, but I do it because I want my Ancestors to know not only are they not forgotten but I am here to testify that I am their wildest dreams manifest.

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Politics / Re: Trump took documents too sensitive to describe
« on: Yesterday at 10:27:41 AM »


And, as usual, gutless y04 is scared to say what HE thinks.


But, shall we discuss WHY this entire scandal might help #3TimeLoser45...?


This - from John Bolton - confirms what I said back then:

"Because he (#ErraticTrump) didn't understand, fundamentally, much of anything about international affairs. His decisions were not based on a coherent philosophy or coherent policy. They were erratic. Under Donald Trump, he signed a deal with the Taliban..."

This is what I said back then in Sept 2021:
#3TimeLoser45 berated #RealPresidentObama for giving a date for just decreasing troops, then #Erratictrump
- "negotiated with terrorsits",
- almost invited them to Camp David,
- signed a "capitulation" agreement with the Taliban (per H.R. Mcmaster, former general and #ErraticTrump's hand-picked Nat'l Security Adviser),
- gave a date for a TOTAL WITHDRAWAL!!!


Politics / Re: TRUMP
« on: August 12, 2022, 05:44:16 PM »
Whether you K----s believe it or not Trump is at the apex of his political power right now. Even David Brooks (NYT) and George Will (WPO) who are no fan/never Trumpers are echoing this sentiment. And they believe the FBI just handed DJT the 2024 Presidency.

Brain-dead, zombie, dead-enders like your dumb ass are numerous, but - with what is likely to unfold in the coming months - there's not enough of y'all CULT, Kool-Aid drinking MoFos to elect that career criminal.


Politics / Re: Merrick Garland; Coward or Incompetent?
« on: August 12, 2022, 05:39:31 PM »
Yeah, I defintiely had SERIOUS doubts if Garland was up for it, but...


Espionage Act!!!!!

Thought I'd share this comment from Facebook....

Tamara Lauderdale
Hello 💣. Merrick Garland out here challenging them to f*** around and find out in a quiet reserved grandpa kind a way.



Y'all know that I've become fascinated with the African and Native American military and social alliance that created
the "Seminoles."

A "recent" (2001) archaeological discovery may shed new light on the daily living of what is suspected to be the largest
 African/Black community in pre-Seminole War Florida.

Fortyfive minutes west of Walt Disney's makebelieve history, archaeologists dig for real artifacts. Hunched over a shallow,
square excavation, they search for Peliklakaha, the largest Black Seminole village known to historians, a place where different
 cultures joined in a fight for freedom more than 200 years ago. Until now, say University of Florida archaeologists,
Peliklakaha existed only in the writings of military leaders and a painting commissioned by the U.S. general who had burned
 it down. Archaeologists hope to unearth clues that documents can't provide, secrets about the life of a hidden people.
They hope Peliklakaha will reveal whether the inhabitants developed a unique lifestyle with their new status as free people
in Florida. "The story of the Black Seminoles is a tremendous story about a successful effort by slaves gaining their freedom
before the Civil War," said Delray Beach archaeologist Bill Steele, who discovered the site in 1993. "That's why Peliklakaha
is so significant." The dig could establish a new focus in archaeology on cultures that combine African and Native American
influences, said Terry Weik, the UF graduate student heading the excavation. It could also bolster the Black Seminoles' lawsuit
that seeks a share of the $56 million the United States government paid the Seminoles for reparations. To win their suit against
the U.S. government, the Black Seminoles must prove they owned land in Florida. The story of the Black Seminoles is complex and
controversial. Often it's misunderstood. The Seminoles themselves were a distillation of as many as 36 tribes. Osceola, the bold
and dashing Seminole leader for whom the Florida State University mascot was named, was half Scottish and half Creek Indian, and
married a Black Seminole.


Blacks were in Florida before the Seminoles. In the late 1600s, African slaves who escaped Carolina plantations and dodged slave
 hunters through dangerous Indian country gained freedom by crossing the St. Mary's River, an international border that divided
Spanish and British colonial territory. This was the first Underground Railroad. So many fled here that, in 1693, the Spanish
settlement at St. Augustine began freeing the runaway slaves if they agreed to convert to Catholicism and protect the northern
border from the British, according to Jane Landers, author of Black Society in Spanish Florida. By 1738, these former slaves
formed the first free black community in North America  Gracia Real de Santo Teresa de Mose  better known as Fort Mose. Soon,
the Indians followed. They were the remnants of the most resistant tribes, the Creek, Hitichi, Yamasee and Miccosukee, Indians
who had been fighting the Europeans for centuries. Together they became known as the Seminoles.



Politics / Re: Dick Cheney torches Trump in ad: 'He's a coward'
« on: August 08, 2022, 11:25:04 AM »
Like Iceman said,....



Well, perhaps resolving this conflict between Egypt & Ethiopia is an achievement of the #ErraticTrump administration...

If so, good!


And, BRAVO, Ethiopia for sticking to its position and moving forward with the project!!

Egypt relied on a colonizer's "gift" to them of "all the waters of Nile" as a basis for its insistence that Ethiopia not build the dam.  Their position should have been immediately discounted and "laughed out of court" just on that account alone!!!


Yes, Cee Dog:

Nancy punked China like Biden punked Trump 

And just like Putin punked #3TimeLoser45!
Over and over!!


Politics / Re: democrats as party of 'open, hardcore racism'
« on: August 07, 2022, 01:01:18 PM »
THANKS, Cats4Ever!!


Politics / Re: It was 6 months ago today…
« on: August 07, 2022, 12:57:11 PM »
If only for threatening his own kids, Reffitt should have gotten MORE TIME!!!


Politics / Re: democrats as party of 'open, hardcore racism'
« on: August 07, 2022, 12:55:11 PM »
Yeah, sure, y04!!!  But that's what Bongino says.

Meanwhile, racists????  Are you delusional..?

That's why Nazis, Klansmen and anti-Semites show up to support Republicans!!!!!

Dude, check your calendar!  This is the 21st Century, not the 1940s!



The republicans have already proven that they DO NOT BELIEVE IN THE CONSTITUION!   :crazy: :crazy: :crazy:

This is just to further redefine their white christian nationalist vision.



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