Libya War - U.S Invading Libya For Oil Says, Louis Farrakhan

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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 9:11 pm » by Skywatcher2012


The U.S. government has a long history of deposing leaders of other nations in order to get natural resources, more specifically-oil, he continued, saying the imperialistic forces are not interested in saving those being killed, it is just a "noble motive to hide your (the U.S. government's) wicked agenda!"

http://www.ufo-blogger.com/2011/03/liby ... r-oil.html

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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 9:23 pm » by Boondox681


and how do you feel about this?
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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 9:44 pm » by Blondie1w2000


Farrakhan=racist POS. Someone should remind that douche it's not 1865 anymore.

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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 10:37 pm » by rvtruth


Why did the obviously true comments about colonisation and imperialism made by Farrakhan immediately get referred to as rascist by you Blondie???....America is looking to depose yet another country in Africa, murder some more brown people, as over 1,000,000 iraqis isn't enough in the ironically named Op.Iraqi Freedom. Yet again the coalition of the willing is on the resource grab, backed by propoganda, lies and high smelling bullshit.

Iraq=Oil
Afghanistan=Opium & Natural Gas, with a pipeline to the balkans
Kuwait=Oil
Iran=Oil

All US targets for regime change and resource grabbing.

Where were the British, US, French, Canadians when the Rwandan genocide took place?

Or Darfur, Sierra Leone, Congo. What no OIL? Sorry no help from the UN or NATO?

Sorry Blondie, you lost the right to call black people racist and be acknowledged or taken seriously with 400 years of slavery to your great nations history, when half of your country fought a civil war to keep slavery, and now economic slavery keeps black people and others of colour on the bottom rung in every so-called 1st world country in the world, with no capacity to protect themselves or their resources, which may be stolen by colonial pirates at any time with a lame cover story like WMD's or Crimes against humanity.

Like it not, the man is right and most decent human beings who believe in real freedom agree with him on this subject at least. (Not the freedom to set up a Mcdonalds).

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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 10:56 pm » by Skywatcher2012


rvtruth wrote:
Iraq=Oil
Afghanistan=Opium & Natural Gas, with a pipeline to the balkans
Kuwait=Oil
Iran=Oil

All US targets for regime change and resource grabbing.

Where were the British, US, French, Canadians when the Rwandan genocide took place?

Or Darfur, Sierra Leone, Congo. What no OIL? Sorry no help from the UN or NATO?

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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 10:56 pm » by Blondie1w2000


rvtruth wrote:Sorry Blondie, you lost the right to call black people racist and be acknowledged or taken seriously with 400 years of slavery to your great nations history, ...


And, uh, rvtruth, who SOLD them those slaves? :think:

rvtruth wrote: and now economic slavery keeps black people and others of colour on the bottom rung in every so-called 1st world country in the world.....



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Robert Johnson
Net worth: $550 million

Source of wealth: BET, investments

Residence: West Palm Beach, Fla.

Age: 63

Former billionaire's fortune has fallen from peak as recession hammered media and hotel markets. Founded cable channel Black Entertainment Television in 1979 with $15,000 of his own money and a $500,000 investment by cable king John Malone's Tele-Communications Inc. Became the first African-American billionaire in 2000 by selling BET to Viacom for $3 billion in stock and assumed debt. Former wife and BET co-founder, Sheila Johnson, took big chunk of fortune in 2002 divorce. Shares of Viacom down 50% since last May, CBS off 70%. Formed RLJ Companies: hotels, casino games, banks, NBA's Charlotte Bobcats. Pledged to raise $30 million investment fund for Liberia; opening of $8 million Kendeja Resort slated for early summer.

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R. Donahue Peebles
Net worth: $350 million

Source of wealth: Real estate

Residence: Coral Gables, Fla.

Age: 49

Grandson of a hotel doorman. Owns one of the country's largest African-American real estate development companies; Peebles Corporation's portfolio includes hotels, apartments and office space in Miami Beach and Washington, D.C. "Don" left Rutgers University in 1979 to become a real estate agent in the District of Columbia. Worked on Capitol Hill as a page and an intern for congressmen John Conyers and Ron Dellums while attending Capitol Page School. Today owns 13 acres of prime Las Vegas land behind Steve Wynn's Encore casino; slated for redevelopment. Also owns pricey land in Southern California. Authored two books, The Peebles Principles and The Peebles Path to Real Estate Wealth.

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Quintin Primo III
Net worth: $300 million

Source of wealth: Real estate

Residence: Chicago

Age: 55

Minister's son grew up in Chicago. Played keyboard, trumpet in college jam band. Harvard University MBA 1979. First finance gig in Citicorp's real estate lending division. Founded Capri Capital in 1992 with childhood friend Daryl Carter. Early successes extending mezzanine loans to small borrowers that larger firms didn't bother to serve. Today portfolio dominated by apartment complexes but projects are diverse: three years ago paid $136 million for Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping mall in southern Los Angeles. Carter left in 2007, Primo stayed on as chairman and chief executive. Assets under management are now $4.3 billion. Announced $2 billion Saudi venture last June; will build hotels, office towers, condos in one of King Abdullah's anointed "economic zones." Also plans to invest $1 billion in distressed assets, half-built construction projects in U.S. with financing from U.S. Treasury.


...Need I go on? This country offers incredible opportunities for people, no matter what their race.



rvtruth wrote:
Like it not, the man is right and most decent human beings who believe in real freedom agree with him on this subject at least. (Not the freedom to set up a Mcdonalds).



And, rvtruth, YOU are racist for saying the US just wants to "bomb brown people." That's BULLSHIT, and a product of YOUR RACIST IMAGINATION. If we are going to war for OIL, that's one thing, cultures have fought each other for THOUSANDS of years over resources,but to say "Oh, you just want to bomb people because of the color of their skin is incredibly juvenile and pretty much delusional.

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PostMon Mar 21, 2011 8:05 am » by Dstarmg123


blondie1w2000 wrote:
rvtruth wrote:Sorry Blondie, you lost the right to call black people racist and be acknowledged or taken seriously with 400 years of slavery to your great nations history, ...


And, uh, rvtruth, who SOLD them those slaves? :think:

rvtruth wrote: and now economic slavery keeps black people and others of colour on the bottom rung in every so-called 1st world country in the world.....



In Pictures: The Wealthiest Black Americans

Image
Robert Johnson
Net worth: $550 million

Source of wealth: BET, investments

Residence: West Palm Beach, Fla.

Age: 63

Former billionaire's fortune has fallen from peak as recession hammered media and hotel markets. Founded cable channel Black Entertainment Television in 1979 with $15,000 of his own money and a $500,000 investment by cable king John Malone's Tele-Communications Inc. Became the first African-American billionaire in 2000 by selling BET to Viacom for $3 billion in stock and assumed debt. Former wife and BET co-founder, Sheila Johnson, took big chunk of fortune in 2002 divorce. Shares of Viacom down 50% since last May, CBS off 70%. Formed RLJ Companies: hotels, casino games, banks, NBA's Charlotte Bobcats. Pledged to raise $30 million investment fund for Liberia; opening of $8 million Kendeja Resort slated for early summer.

Image
R. Donahue Peebles
Net worth: $350 million

Source of wealth: Real estate

Residence: Coral Gables, Fla.

Age: 49

Grandson of a hotel doorman. Owns one of the country's largest African-American real estate development companies; Peebles Corporation's portfolio includes hotels, apartments and office space in Miami Beach and Washington, D.C. "Don" left Rutgers University in 1979 to become a real estate agent in the District of Columbia. Worked on Capitol Hill as a page and an intern for congressmen John Conyers and Ron Dellums while attending Capitol Page School. Today owns 13 acres of prime Las Vegas land behind Steve Wynn's Encore casino; slated for redevelopment. Also owns pricey land in Southern California. Authored two books, The Peebles Principles and The Peebles Path to Real Estate Wealth.

Image
Quintin Primo III
Net worth: $300 million

Source of wealth: Real estate

Residence: Chicago

Age: 55

Minister's son grew up in Chicago. Played keyboard, trumpet in college jam band. Harvard University MBA 1979. First finance gig in Citicorp's real estate lending division. Founded Capri Capital in 1992 with childhood friend Daryl Carter. Early successes extending mezzanine loans to small borrowers that larger firms didn't bother to serve. Today portfolio dominated by apartment complexes but projects are diverse: three years ago paid $136 million for Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping mall in southern Los Angeles. Carter left in 2007, Primo stayed on as chairman and chief executive. Assets under management are now $4.3 billion. Announced $2 billion Saudi venture last June; will build hotels, office towers, condos in one of King Abdullah's anointed "economic zones." Also plans to invest $1 billion in distressed assets, half-built construction projects in U.S. with financing from U.S. Treasury.


...Need I go on? This country offers incredible opportunities for people, no matter what their race.



rvtruth wrote:
Like it not, the man is right and most decent human beings who believe in real freedom agree with him on this subject at least. (Not the freedom to set up a Mcdonalds).



And, rvtruth, YOU are racist for saying the US just wants to "bomb brown people." That's BULLSHIT, and a product of YOUR RACIST IMAGINATION. If we are going to war for OIL, that's one thing, cultures have fought each other for THOUSANDS of years over resources,but to say "Oh, you just want to bomb people because of the color of their skin is incredibly juvenile and pretty much delusional.


All you did was name 4 black people. Stop being silly. All minorities are stereotyped and looked down upon by the media and the majority. Any idiot living in amaerica knows that, except the ones who honestly are racist. When you watch tv damn near every black person is poor, a drug addict, rapper or athlete. Thats all they show, so thats all people will believe. Black kids grow up thinking thats all they can be and many of the majority think thats all balck people are about. black people are only 10% the population and most live in poverty. Just because you named 4 rich black people doenst change a dman thing.

There is no such thing as equal opportunity in america and it is by far the dumbest thing in the world to believe that it is. It benefits the rich(mostly white) and the poor become the workers of the pyramid. Minorities usually have to make miracles happen to get to be wealthy beause there sections of the city have the worst education and its only getting worse. I dont know if you live in the south, but come down here and I'll show you what it means to be a minority.

Wasnt the CIA behind most drugs that were being given out in inner urban cities? Do you know why they didnt bring them to the suburbs? Because they were rather give it to the black people and other minorities in the inner city that give it to their precious suburban kids.

People in america try to make everyone think that slavery happened 5,000,000 years ago.

Slavery ended in 1865, black people didnt really start to get plenty jobs until the early 1900s and segregation didnt end until 1964, give or take a year depending on when your town decided to act right. That was 46 years, and the same people who opposed desegregation then are STILL ALIVE TODAY! WHat you think they dissapeared or learned their ways?
Dont be so naiive. There is obviously tension between races, and your right. There is better opportunity to succeed in america for minorities then there was 50 years ago, but do you honestly think that in the 46 years since desegregation that black communities would have equal opportunites and education?

If all races really had equal opportunity then when the consensus was taken in 2010 there wouldnt have 5,000 latinos in louisiana that filled in 'caucasian' on there form because they thought it would lead to better benefits.

If your asking me that a majority of white people look at black people as genetically inferior then of course not, but there is no such thing is equally and black people are still the most hated race in america followed closely by latinos.

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PostMon Mar 21, 2011 9:00 am » by Nihilgeist


dstarmg123 wrote:If all races really had equal opportunity then when the consensus was taken in 2010 there wouldnt have 5,000 latinos in louisiana that filled in 'caucasian' on there form because they thought it would lead to better benefits.



Although I agree with many of your points, as black people were still being hung by lynch mobs within the last century, just because Latinos "thought" it would lead to better benefits doesn't make it true. That's their perception on reality, and the perception of minorities.

I also find it ironic that you're arguing about black inequalities when we have a Kenyan born African for a President.

Oh, and I'll remember this statement from good 'ol Louis the next time people say Barry's agenda is an Islamist one. Jesus you can't even reconcile people's conspiracies with eachother anymore :o :P :lol:
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PostMon Mar 21, 2011 9:38 am » by Themammaryman


There`s more than oil & gas interests in Afghanistan. Lithium, barium & poppies.................

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PostMon Mar 21, 2011 7:30 pm » by Illuminated


the vid..warns they (gov/cia) is trying to start civil war in america?


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