Posts Tagged ‘People’
May 27, 2014
Memorial Day Weekend brought the culture of black violence out into the streets. No one will make a point to identify these young thugs as blacks. because that would be raaacist! In the meantime it was perfectly fine to blame WHITE HOLLYWOOD MEN for the shooting at UCSB. http://wapo.st/1w3c83a
Obama and many so called black leaders talk about reparations for slavery and the wrongs done to blacks in the 60’s. How about reparations for all the death and hurt perpetrated by the culture of black predatory violence over the past years and even now? Anyone talking about that? -JRoycroft
Atlanta, Georgia: According to the Atlanta Police Department Uniform crime Reports from April 2011 to April 2012, Blacks made up 54 % of the Atlanta population, but were responsible for 100% of the homicide, 95% of the rape, 94% of robberies, 84% of aggravated assaults and 93 % of burglaries in the city.
January 29, 2014
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said early Wednesday that the National Guard was sending military Humvees onto Atlanta’s snarled freeway system in an attempt to move stranded school buses and get food and water to people. Georgia State Patrol troopers headed to schools where children were hunkered down early Wednesday after spending the night there, and transportation crews continued to treat roads and bring gas to motorists, Deal said. MORE…
January 25, 2014
Best Oklahoma Film
“The Only Oly”
Best Actor (M/F)
Mattlock London – “The Only Oly”
Dreams do come true for those who put forth hard work and dedication and stay focused on whats really important in their lives. I told you about Matt London back on Aug 17, 2011 : “Today I am very happy, and excited to introduce you to a new independent film maker, and a person who is a dear friend and cousin to my wife. His name is Matt London. Matt has been working very hard for the past several months on his new acting career and will be starring in his first movie,“The Only Oly.” I am very excited for both Matt and his wife Sarah for what they have accomplished in their lives.
“The main message of the story is simple, “You have to be different to make a difference”. I hope this movie encourages people to see the world through the eyes of Spencer Dobbs and motivates all of us to be a little different.”
“I’m hoping that this film will open all of our eyes. I hope that every viewer takes a little something for themselves; whether it’s the way we look at and how we treat those with disabilities, how we look at other people altogether or even the way we view ourselves and our dreams and aspirations. I hope that The Only Oly inspires. I hope that it touches and pulls on everyone’s heartstrings and changes will be made; necessary changes.”
We all look forward to seeing more of what the future holds for these wonderful folks. Congratulations again to you both for achieving something very few people will ever get to experience in their lifetimes. Matt and Sarah’s dreams are coming true. Well deserved Matt. Bravo!! -JRoycroft
December 10, 2013
Say what you want about Nelson Mandela, but I remember how the United States, Ronald Reagan, viewed the Communist terrorist. I remember the news reports of his lies about the United States of America. I remember the news footage of the people that were “necklaced” by order of Mandela’s wife, Winnie Mandela, while he sat behind bars as she ran his ANC.
How many of you actually know why he was sent to prison and remained for 27 years? Do you know the reasons? Do you? How about his being involved in 23 different acts of sabotage in an effort to overthrow the government. 196 acts of terrorism. Mandela was caught by the police with his conspirators, while in possession of 48,000 Soviet-made anti-personnel mines and 210,000 hand grenades. That is why he was sent to prison. He never murdered anyone by his own hands, but he was a terrorist. He was also given the chance to walk out of prison a free man every year if he would publicly denounce terrorism. He wouldn’t.
So did Nelson Mandela’s good deeds outweigh his acts of terrorism? I decided a long time ago that Communism and Dictators robbing people of their God given right to freedom, to life, to liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are my enemies. That includes Nelson Mandela, the Castro brothers and Barrack Obama. -JRoycroft
“Long live the Cuban revolution, long live comrade Fidel Castro. Cuban internationalists have done so much for African independence, African freedom, African justice. We admire the sacrifices of the Cuban people in maintaining their independence and sovereignty in the face of a vicious imperialist campaign designed to destroy the advances of the Cuban revolution. We, too, want to control our destiny. There can be no surrender. It is a case of freedom or death. The Cuban revolution has been a source of inspiration to all freedom-loving people.” Nelson Mandela said that back in 1991 on the 38th anniversary of the start of the Cuban revolution, Friday, July 26th, 1991.
“People of Asia and Africa have seen through the slanderous campaign conducted by the USA against the socialist countries. They know that their independence is threatened not by any of the countries in the socialist camp, but by the USA, who has surrounded their continent with military bases. The communist bogey is an American stunt to distract the attention of the people of Africa from the real issue facing them, namely American imperialism.” – Nelson Mandela
“There’s one place where Fidel Castro’s Cuba stands out head and shoulders above the rest, and that is in its love for human rights and liberty.” – Nelson Mandela
“If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care for human beings.” – Nelson Mandel