The Pardu

The Pardu
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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Quick Hit: GOP Watch!

Literary Test and women in the 60s lay the ground work for Ferguson civil unrest. 

Fox News ownership and management know of US Jim Crow Laws that included Literacy Tests. They know those laws were used to restrict the black vote as effectively as threatening black people with death for enacting their right to vote. 

Network management also knows GOP voter suppression (Voter ID laws and restrictions voter hours/locations) are most effective measures in restricting the vote of African-Americans and Latinos. In fact, the GOP wins elections via voter apathy and malaise on the Left and restricting votes of those on the Left who wish to vote.

If you want to see how the Literacy Tests worked, PBS provides a private Internet based opportunity to see how the tool works. Linked.

Watch the following Fox & Friends segment, if you want to see the guttural level to which Fox News reaches out to appeal to its audience.

Pathetic? It shouldn't be hard to imagine Fox News would suggest the Literary Test have authorship via the GOP/RNC. 

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An apparent early contender for the 2016 GOP presidential ticket has spoken about the civil unrest in Ferguson Missouri. Wait until you read and her his take on the root cause of the civil unrest. Ben Carson speaks.
"Certainly in a lot of our inner cities, in particular the black inner cities, where 73 percent of the young people are born out of wedlock, the majority of them have no father figure in their life. Usually, the father figure is where you learn how to respond to authority. So now you’re a teenager, you’re out there, you have no idea how to respond to authority and you eventually run into the police or you run into somebody else in the neighborhood who also doesn’t know how to respond but is badder than you are, and you get killed or you end up in the penal system.

I think a lot of it really got started in the ’60s with the ‘Me’ generation. ‘What’s in it for me?’ I hate to say it, but a lot of it had to do with the women’s lib movement. You know, ‘I’ve been taking care of my family, I’ve been doing that, what about me?’ You know, it really should be about us."
Post by Joe Madison - "The Black Eagle".

Let's keep our eyes and minds open to the inner workings, social engineering and idiotic maneuvering the GOP and its media operatives.

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