Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

Freedom Party in D.C. Next Weekend

Expand Messages
  • shaimesh
    From: Alton Maddox United African Movement
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 16, 2015
      From: Alton Maddox <altonmaddox45@...>

      United African Movement
      Alton h. Maddox, jr.                                                                Tel.: (718) 834-9034 Chairman                                                                                   Fax : (718) 884-8241
                                                                                                                P.O. Box 35
                                                                                                                                Bronx, NY 10471
      Freedom Party in D.C. Next Weekend ©
      By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
                  The Freedom Bus will be arriving in the nation's capital on October 24, 2015 to deliver a special message to its residents on the campus of the historic Howard University.  All blacks in the United States share the same plight as the residents of the District of Columbia.  They are disenfranchised given the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Shelby Co. Ala. v. Holder.  This was a class action against all blacks.
                  Although the Fifteenth Amendment had been ratified in 1870, it was a toothless piece of legislation without an enabling clause.  Countless lives were lost in the struggle to enjoy voting rights.  This came after "Bloody Sunday," on March 7, 1965, on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma and the subsequent march from Selma to Montgomery later in March 1965.
                  President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965 in August.  Integrationists, who are antithetical to ethics, squandered this struggle for citizenship.  Blacks must undertake a different course of action.  This course of action must wipe out the aims and objective of the NAACP.
                  The Freedom Party can only be an effective vehicle for change if "birds of a feather flock together."  Slow starters must be excluded.  Any member of the Freedom Party's Steering Committee must share my political acumen.  This fact is not novel.  The founders of the Democratic Party are Presidents Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson.
                  That being the case, I am asking the Steering Committee including, but not limited to, the members listed below, to draft the title and the message (minimum of 1500 words essay) that Min. Louis Farrakhan should have delivered on October 10, 2015 at the 2015 Million Man March.
       This essay should be published by this Steering Committee no later than on Monday, October 19, 2015.  "Justice or else" should not be used to reflect the specific philosophy of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad.  HELP (History Ethics Logic Philosophy) is the key.
                  Shelby County Ala v. Holder was a class action.  There should be a class response.  No one who is concerned about the legacy of our revered ancestors should pretend that we are citizens of any land. We are constitutional squatters in the United States.
                   Blacks have not even sought the status of political refugees.  In the meantime, the groundwork is being laid for political refugees from other countries to take our space in a land that we, as uncompensated laborers, built.  Force is indisputable.  Courts should take judicial notice.
                  Under natural law, which is the basis for American jurisprudence, there is a duty for every right.   There is also a tax for a lack of preventive justice.  "The business of America is business."  In accounting, this means that debits must equal credits.  White supremacy requires that whites must be ethical rather than moral.  In 1868, blacks were given a peace pipe laced with dynamite.
                 White supremacists gave this message to all blacks: "Love it or leave it."  Most blacks refuse to leave the United States.  The net result has been state-sponsored terrorism.  I have put myself in the middle.  My people are now demanding that I become the sacrificial lamb.
      Abdulateef Ameen
      Tauheedah Ameen
      Elizabeth Anderson
      James Anthony
      Wendell Barrington
      Geneva Butts
      James Christian
      Clarence Dudley
      Elaine Ellis
      Michael Greys
      David Huff
      Michael Lloyd
      Judy McNeil
      Vera Osborn
      Patricia Patterson
      Reginald Peavy
      Alma Pendelton
      Harold Wilbert
      Martha Leah Williams

    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.