|P's & Q's Bulletin Vol. 1910 September 2010 Standing News
|July 10, 2008
The American Medical Association an apology for more than 100 years of "racial inequality"
toward black physicians; should have been 'all People of Color'.
The apology accompanies a study and a commentary being published in the Journal of the
American Medical Association.
NMA President Nelson Adams said, "We applaud the AMA for coming forward with
information that is not pretty," adding, "It represents a time to celebrate where we are" (Baltimore
Sun, 7/11). Nedra Joyner, head of the board of trustees at NMA, said, "These persistent,
race-based health disparities have led to a precipitous decline in the health of African-Americans
when compared to their white counterparts and the population as a whole" (Orlando Sentinel,
Levi Watkins -- a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, associate dean of the Hopkins medical
school and the first black student at the Vanderbilt School of Medicine -- said, "I'm grateful for
the apology. But the time for apologies is long since past." He added, "Right now I would like
apologetic action" to address racial discrimination in the medical community and racial disparities
in health care (Baltimore Sun, 7/11).
Was the apology accepted too easily and too quickly? What's in it for the AMA at this time?
During this same time period: what exactly happened between the AMA, Medical Institutions in
general and Black patients at large. What was it like. What about the Tuskegee Syphilis
Experiment and the many other medical crimes committed against helpless blacks?
What is an admission of guilt worth hundreds of years too late?
What are some of the affects of this apology e.g. Institutionalized racism and reparations, war
crimes against humanity etc.
Will the NMA merge with the AMA; if so why? The NAACP, UNIA, PUSH Etc. Etc. May
Blacks have something separate without them; is nothing Black sacred?
|...Everybody Wants To Rule The World: i.e. Own and Control Black Resources...
Some people will do anything; say anything for Power and Money.
FOX NEWS Thursday July 31, 2008
WASHINGTON — Sen. Ted Stevens pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal corruption charges that allege he
falsified Senate documents to cover up roughly $250,000 gifts from a powerful Alaska oil contractor, and he will likely
face trial in September/October. He was found guilty; he wants to stay in office and run for re-election.
Stevens, the Senate's longest-serving Republican, was indicted this week on seven counts of lying on Senate disclosure
forms about a major renovation to his ski-community house and other items. Is Palin typical of Alaskan Republicans?
Mr. Palin refuses to testify. Why?
Also financial crisis avoidably worse than reported by republicans. Who is scared now?
...Merrill Lynch; AIG vs. The Bear Stearns; Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy...
Warren Buffet injects 5 Billion Dollars (pennies-on-the-dollar) into Goldman Sachs.
Washington Mutual [Wa Mu] is largest bank collapse (failure) in U.S. History ... McCain suspends campaign in order
to lend help [to resolve?] financial crisis; threatens to avoid 1st debate (ineffectual political ploy). 700 billion ... It started
with "Tricky Dick" in 1968... During the past forty years Republican Gangs have relentlessly tried to steal all the
money. ... .... .....Repositioning!
VOTE; we did; Record turn-out; it was... Now we Inaugurate - Party - Then We GoTo Work.
It's Just The Beginning --- Weheme Mesu... Rebirth or Renaissance
This Is A Global Financial Melt-Down... The truth may not be told (or even known) for fifty or one hundred
years. Make no mistake about this. Remember Emmet Louis Till!
John F. Kennedy (JFK; born May 29, 1917 – assassinated in office November 22, 1963)
Richard M. Nixon (born 1913 37th President)
He won the election of 1972 with one of the biggest landslides in American history, during that election his opponent was George McGovern, a Democrat. But
later, because of the Watergate crisis, Nixon was forced to resign because he would have been impeached (put on trial in the Senate) if he did not resign.
[Spiro T. Agnew resigns as Vice President: charged with the crime of tax evasion]… Nixon's second vice president, Gerald Ford, gave Nixon a pardon of any
crimes Nixon committed during Watergate. Ford wanted to end the crisis as quickly as possible, because the nation faced more important problems. Many
people blamed Ford for letting Nixon go unpunished and voted against him when he ran in the 1976 election.
Nixon's public image never recovered, but he remained as a consultant to later Presidents, and to other people in government and the media.
Ford born 1913 (38) Carter born 1924 (39)
Ronald Wilson Reagan born 1911 (40)
George Herbert Walker Bush (born June 12, 1924) (41)
William Clinton born 1946 (42)
George W. Bush born 1946 (43) -- Richard Bruce "Dick" Cheney (born January 30, 1941)
During the 2000 United States presidential election, Florida was a state where the election was not clear. It took more than a month to know who won. The
Supreme Court made a decision to stop recounting votes, and at that time Bush was declared the winner. That election is still controversial (suspicious).
John McCain born 1936
Barack Obama born 1961
Reference about "Age" and "Time as Territory" see Cronos Complex Pp 16-18 "The Iceman Inheritance" by Michael Bradley"
introduction by John Henrik Clarke.
|NEWS FLASH BBC - Monday, March 23, 2009, 10:20 AM ...and Joseph Writes:
These are prime examples of the kinds of atrocities the global Black community has had to endure for the past
3,000 years at the hands of 'Evil albino barbarians'; as well as the “Mentality & Morality of Eurasian Domination”
… and the saga continues. What's next?
After almost 200 years, they figure it out?
Dutch to return Ghana king's head
The head of a Ghanaian king executed by Dutch colonists in the 1830s is to be returned to its homeland for burial,
say authorities in the Netherlands.
Badu Bonsu II, leader of the Ashanti tribe, is believed to have been decapitated in retaliation for the killing of two
The Leiden museum, which has been storing the head, said it hoped it could now have a dignified burial.
The museum's move follows decisions by other western museums to return items taken during colonial times or
explorations i.e. exploitation.
In 2006, the University of Aberdeen in Scotland returned to New Zealand the preserved heads of nine tattooed
Maori tribesman seized in the 19th Century.
The same year, Britain's Natural History Museum returned the remains of 18 indigenous people taken from Australia.
Stories from BBC NEWS
[SmaiTawi] Visit to the King Tut Exhibit in Atlanta - Racism is Alive and Well April 15, 2009 also
King Tut World Tour booked solid through 2011 and *Pirating & Profiteering off the Somali Coast.
June 2010 [to the best of our information] Modern Piracy continues – we ask why… what’s the real story?
According to CNN...
Piracy is a crime but if you look at it objectively, the depletion of the ocean by western companies is the initial
crime that has brought about this "piracy" and is also the much more severe crime committed. So What's really
happening in Africa today? Deciphering international news ~
|Darfur & Indian Ocean making sense of it
|Some of My Brothers & Sisters Feel It's OK Because Some Are Worse-off ---
But I'm Here To Tell Every Body - [WE Are All In Critical Condition]
A person of the Negro persuasion (Negritudes) said this to me...suffering painfully unaware as she was.
This dramatizes the need for ritual cleansing.
...She would have (wanted to) vote(d) for Hillary R. Clinton as President"
Another thinks The Gulf of Mexico is a river. Exactly What does this mean?
I'd like to know what these people think about AIG and the bonuses? The Economy? World Politics?
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