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Jun.23.2010
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 31 Here’s Johnny!!!                 In the 1960’s Ralph Waldo “Petey” Greene calmed a rioting Washington D. C. “Chocolate City” after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. leader of the civil rights movement.  Afterward his fame sky rocketed...
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Jun.06.2010
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 30 Its 2010 and I live in a city in West Virginia where the population for Black Americans is 4.4%.  The West Virginia justice department’s records for 2008 indicated that the progress of the civil rights movement compared to national standards...
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May.31.2010
We See You Too Vision is the internal perception of future occurrences given the advancement of technology, man's intellect and discovery of purpose.  In the United States of America, we are citizens divided in purpose and vision.   Some look to their perception of who God is for purpose, others to...
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May.26.2010
I promised 53 chapters of this blog the Great Exploitation Proliferation because of the principle of productivity.  However, like every life cycle there are seasons and it was mandatory that I endure a season of silence.  It has been months since my last post and it isn't til now that I'm grateful...
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Nov.29.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 16 The Stone that the builders rejected The true story account of Nimrod’s reign and first world empire is profound.  It is this act of building a tower to heaven that spawned many religions across the globe.  I would go as far as to say that it is the...
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Nov.23.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 15 Symbolism is infested in American society from the markings on money the symbols on products to even the most subtle of gestures.  Nobody seems to ask why?  University culture boasts of their Greek fraternal brotherhood and sorority sisterhood and...
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Nov.08.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 13 There is an admiration of Greek culture in today’s society and has long been acclaimed for its influences on western civilization.  The Athenian empire was established with the triumph over Persian King Xerxes and ended after the battle of Corinth...
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Nov.02.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 12                 Freedom of religion was established by General George Washington the first president of the United States of America, for Americans.  However, freedom of religion has its roots of decree in the kingdom of the Medes and Persians.  A...
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Oct.26.2009
The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 11 Empires The first world empire according to record is the Babylonian empire under King Nebuchadnezzar in (August of 605 B.C.) the residue of real estate remaining is modern day Iraq. The second empire consisted of the global domination of the Medes...
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Oct.19.2009
I challenge you as an educated American to investigate the differences in media propoganda and factual reporting.   Health Care Reform Obama's Plan