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Freedomentalism 101..... Respecting Diversity = Continuous Freedom



"If the RNC does NOT respect diversity I can see the "shake up" happening.  The Korean community, Vietnamese, Black & Hispanic community that fought each other in LA could become allies simply because of PERCEIVED  Racism in the RNC.  Then the rights of not just "whites" but people that don't want the pre determined socialized agenda could be taken away. (We need to have OPEN Arms to the Hispanics Asian, and Black communities that believe in the American Dream  Free market philosophy's"  Sharyn Bovat


Year ago someone was talking about a comment about "Brown" and I asked "Which Shade?"

For the record I never met Ron Brown.... 

Growing up in a political familiy in Northern Californina I met a lot of democrats & got to meet Jerry Brown  on multiple occasions, as a teenage I thought he was cool for dating a rock star.

Willie Brown I only met twice.  The first time a quick meet and greet.  The 2nd was at a party that was more personal than political (meaning the motive for the party was JUST a birthday).

Unlike Dianne Feinstein's $5000 a plate birthday party in the 90's at the Fairmont this one was before her election agains Pete Wilson.  The party I talked to WIllie Brown in a home and no name tags.  After I told Mr. Brown who my mom was he was "chatty" with me.  I told him I went to the riots. We had a short conversation about racial issues, the media and the division with blacks.   The coverage of the riots was "questionable" STILL the racial tension in America was horrific.  It was a nightmare to see so much hatred toward diversity.  Willie Brown is a GENIUS.  He made a comment about what could be called hte War of the Races.  Basically saying that ALL non whites would ban together and someday (maybe not in his lifetime) it would be "Do to others as THEY have done to you."

If the RNC does NOT respect diversity I can see the "shake up" happening.  The Korean community, Vietnamese, Black & hispanic community that fought each other in LA could become allies simply because of PERCEIVED  Racism in the RNC.  Then the rights of not just "whites" but people that don't want the pre determined socialized agenda could be taken away. (We need to have OPEN Arms to the Hispanics Asian, and Black communities that believe in the American Dream  Free market philosophy's



below is from SOCIALIST Worker.....  


What sparks a rebellion?

The conditions that led to the Los Angeles Rebellion 20 years ago are still with us.

Protesters bring their rage into the streets after the not-guilty verdict for police who beat Rodney King

Political leaders of both parties are keen to divert attention from the real source of inequality--a continued bonanza for the rich that workers are expected to pay for. At the same time, disgust over this situation is growing. As the economic crisis continues to strike working Americans while the rich profit hand over fist, many more people are asking the question: Which side are you on?
This is a climate in which a growing number of people will see that solidarity is our strongest weapon--and where the spirit of rebellion can grow.
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Protesters bring their rage into the streets after the not-guilty verdict for police who beat Rodney KingAlthough the LA Rebellion was an explosion of anger at racism and police brutality, the physical targets of looters and rioters weren't always the source of these grievances. Korean businesses bore the brunt of the property destruction in African American neighborhoods. Larger forces were to blame for the poverty of poor LA neighborhoods but Korean-owned stores were viewed, as Mike Davis said in an interview with SW, as a "middleman community between people in the ghetto, Black and Mexican, and big capital." Unfortunately, little distinction was made between racist storeowners like the one who murdered Latasha Harlins and those who weren't racist.

ANGER AT the racist verdict in the King case was felt across racial and ethnic groups--and many people who weren't African American took part in the protests. A USA Today poll after the verdict showed that 90 percent of Blacks and 63 percent of whites said the King case was evidence of widespread racism in U.S. society.
Willie Brown, speaker of the California Assembly, described the reality of the rioting for the San Francisco Examiner:
[T]he violence was not contained in the inner city; it spread to outlying and upscale neighborhoods...For the first time in American history, many of the demonstrations and much of the violence and crime, especially the looting, was multiracial--Blacks, whites, Hispanics and Asians were all involved.
An analysis of the first 5,000 arrests from around LA revealed that 52 percent were poor Latinos, 10 percent whites and only 38 percent Blacks. As Davis wrote in a Nationarticle, "[T]he nation's first multiracial riot was as much about empty bellies and broken hearts as it was about police batons and Rodney King."
At the heart of the LA Rebellion was the widespread public reckoning that the so-called American Dream was a lie. The promise of a good job, a home and education for your children, though never accessible to the whole U.S. working class, especially Blacks, had by now become no more than a mirage for the majority of ordinary people.
Declining living standards for workers could be read in the history of LA's auto industry. It was the second-largest in the country in the mid-1960s, employing some 15,000 workers. The last auto plant in the region closed in Van Nuys in 1992.



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