Another One Bites the Dust: Ebony/Jet Sells a Big Chunk of It’s Magazine

 

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3 responses to “Another One Bites the Dust: Ebony/Jet Sells a Big Chunk of It’s Magazine

  1. There is not an viable communication device to unite us. There is no viable apparatus able to connect the forty-file million blacks in this country. What’s worse, we have been rendered so scatterbrained, and separated, that even if the powerful white supremacy establishment WOULD let us communicate and learn how to combine our resources etc, we would still not be able to agree on much altogether without attacking each other, but not to worry, they have no intention of allowing us to become a collective of 45 million strong!

    This is why they make sure that our leaders are silenced, our children ‘Americanized’ and miseducated, our teens incarcerated or shipped to war, our masses impoverished, out of house and work, and our minds completely misdirected and full of confusion.

  2. SapphiresMomma

    This is a complete crock of crap!

    “This is why they make sure that our leaders are silenced, our children ‘Americanized’ and miseducated, our teens incarcerated or shipped to war, our masses impoverished, out of house and work, and our minds completely misdirected and full of confusion.”

    Our “children” should be taught, directed, taken care of by their parents. Our teens should not be doing things where the outcome is incarceration. Being shipped to war is a “decision” made by those who want to serve. The American people are out of work! Our minds have no business being “misdirected”, or “confused”.

    This is a business decision!

    Johnson Publications is NOT your business! You did not start the company, nor did you put in hard work, blood, sweat & tears to manage the company! You did not come up with the funding to purchase the company or any parts of the company!

    Black folks, please WAKE UP!!

  3. Look at what is going on in Africa! Why can’t we recognize that at some time in our long history we must stop fighting each other long enough to have a “vision” of what we CAN do and not what is being done to us. If we want to change things around us we must first change things within us. Learn to “Love your brother and sister”. When we realize that this is the wiseand expedient answer we will then be able to come together under this credo and make a real difference or we will continue to be like” crabs”. Martin Luther King left us a legacy: when we come together to make change, we can: “Yes we can”.

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