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Harlem Pastors Rising Up to Dethrone Al Sharpton; Say He No Longer Represents the People

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A group of pastors in New York city have decided to make it their mission to undermine the growing political power of Rev. Al Sharpton.   Sharpton has gained national prominence and a stronger mainstream presence during the last five years since the election of President Barack Obama.  Critics claim that Sharpton has used his power for personal gain, fame and fortune and left behind the interests of black people in the process.

Four clergymen, according to the New York Daily News, have created “Speak Out Say It Loud,” headquartered at Mount Neboh Baptist Church.   The group is seeking to pull together 100 churches that will work together to create new black leadership in the pulpit that will help the people and not forget about them.

Pastor Johnnie Green, 51 says that while Sharpton travels the country, people in their community are suffering.

“While (Sharpton) is jet-setting around the country, people are going to our churches saying they don’t have money to eat,” he said.  “Someone needs to fight for them.”

The other pastors in the coalition include Carl Washington, Kris Erskine, and Patrick Young.  They expect to bring together 1,500 people with the unified objective of dethroning Sharpton from power in the streets of Harlem.

“Sharpton isn’t a community organizer. He’s a personality,” said Raymond Blanchette, head bishop of the United Churches for Kingdom Building.

Sharpton says that attacking him is not going to solve the problem.

“We need to attack the issues, not each other,” Sharpton shot back. “If you want to be the big guy, be the big guy, be that. Don’t act like I’m not doing anything local. I am.”

Sharpton has been criticized for being too close to President Obama to critique him objectively.  He even went onto the television show “60 Minutes,” and said that he would never criticize the president.  Some say that it was Sharpton’s silence which led to black unemployment worsening under Obama while it has improved for whites.

James

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  1. I don't recall Trayvon Martin's parents laughing at Rev. Al!

  2. Why are they waiting for Rev. Sharp ton to feed "their" members and people in "their" communities? It sounds like sour grapes and jealousy! The neighborhoods where their houses of worship stand, are deteriorating around them and they're waiting for the Rev. to fix them? Instead of rising up against someone who is helping in the way he sees fit, they should unite in the helping the communities! They should be ashamed…..!!!!!

  3. These pastors are entitled to their own opinions about Sharpton. I am disappointed in Sharpton’s decision to act as if everything Obama is doing is right; perhaps these pastors would be more objective?

  4. Forget what Reverend Al is not doing in the community. What the hell are THEY doing?

    They have no bigger problems in their neighborhoods than Reverend Al and his "growing political power"? There is no poverty, no domestic violence, no fatherless girls, no one needing information about Obamacare, no prostitutes with HIV, no people without housing?

    Black people and our priorities . . . .

  5. I AGREE ATTACKING SHARPTON IS NOT THE ISSUE if people are coming to church with no food no clothes and no rent to pay than CAMPAIGN THAT THESE MEGA CHURCHES GIVE A MILLION TO THE PEOPLES NEED who can prove their condition and receive money to pay for food for a month new clothes and rent paid for 6 months WHAT WOULD JESUS DO? THE CHURCH HAS ABUSED THE KARAST DOCTRINE IN THE NAME OF PERSONAL GAIN ATTACK PREACHERS IIN L.A . REALITY T.V SHOWS who can justify having luxury but justify giving millions into the community show the churches building homes,farms,medical centers and show reality t.v shows paying for people coming out of jail reforming their lives CAMPAIGN AGAINST CHURCHES WHO COLLECT MILLIONS AND HAVE NOTHING TO SHOW FOR IN THEIR COMMUNITY? IM MAKING THE FLYERS NOW AND MAKING THAT MY MINISTRIES

  6. THIS NEGROLOGY HAS TO STOP……with euro icons in the back ground..who you working for…don't diss a hard working family member…just get busy working just as creative…jeeeeez…..i mean heeeeruu!..

  7. "Someone needs to fight for them" ??? wrong. WE need to learn to fight for ourselves and quit leaving our destiny to a "higher power" or those in power for that matter. When we can learn to identify what those issues are COLLECTIVELY then we can move forward and fight for our rights. SMH. I'm tired of "leaving it in God's hands." Yes, prayer changes, but our creator also made us very capable creatures.

  8. I cannot understand why these men are receiving publicity for their churches ignorance. Mr. Al Sharpton has done more for people than most politics. Desperate times called for desperate measures and he did what he felt he had to do. He is only one person. Where were these pastors when people were being discriminated against, beaten, raped and disenfranchised. Black people are always bringing each other down. It is no wonder why so many other groups have been able to divide and conquer. If you want to get in the fire and get burned then do something for your community and not worry about what this man has been doing. He has lost hundreds of pounds getting himself ready to deal with the issues of this country. And to be honest, I would like to see more politicians in Harlem try and create funding for jobs. I see nothing being done for the residents of the Harlem community that were there prior to gentrification. So instead of worrying about Mr. PoliticsNation with Al Sharpton show local tv producers, radio jocks and the world what you are doing. MAKES ME SICK TO SEE GROWN MEN BICKER AND AIR OUT THEIR DIRTY LAUNDRY IN PUBLIC

  9. Reads like "sour grapes" to me. Why concern themselves with Sharpton's popularity, when they can roll up their own sleeves and get busy fighting for the black community? What have they done and where were they when Sharpton was on the front lines? Sharpton still speaks out against injustices…So instead of being jealous, why not emulate the Rev's steps and take a giant leap of faith. Crabs in the barrell only end up pulling each other down.

  10. I have my own opinion on issues as the Rev. Sharpton has his. How he chooses to represent is not only his right but also his business. That being said these pastors who are concerned about their communities need to represent as they choose to make it a better place.

  11. young brother, you really need to pick up some books and read (educate yourself) because you sound Dumb as fuck.

  12. President Obama is not the President of “Black America” he is the President of “America.” Trust me if the President concentrated sole on the black community white folk would complain about that…it’s the “Force” that causes these types of feelings….not only is it prominent among our white brothers and sisters, we are guilty of being influenced by its power also. We need to unify and vote out some of these folks in Washington that not only dislike us as a people, but they will destroy their own just to get to us. We all need a wake up call. I discuss the “Force” in my book “A Letter To The Right” by William Ferrell III it’s on Amazon.com….Reverend Sharpton is in Harlem all of the time, I believe he has a National Network Office there, why don’t these preachers meet with him…remember how Romney talked about those meetings in private rooms, that is where he leaked out that infamous 47% statement….I don’t need to be a fly on the wall if they did meet with Reverend Sharpton, but we as church folk have been charged to meet and talk with those we have umbrage with, forget the publicity or photo ops. I personally thank God for Sharpton, Dyson, Madison, Peterson, Robinson, Perry, Reid, Jackson, Waters, Norton, Sheila Jackson, Fattah, Cummings, Conyers, Clyburn to name a few…..although there are more I could mention just being able to mention the aforementioned folk is due to the progress our people have garnered even in a nation where the “Force” is so prevalent. Lest we forget the “Willy Lynch Letter.” Peace and Love WF3

  13. Where were they for Trayvon Martin what march did they have for that kid, don't worry the Rev Al got GOD on his side. And he is always standing up for us, these men want people to follow them (DO THE GOOD WORK FIRST, OR SHOW US WHAT YOU HAVE DONE TO DATE…..

  14. Hear we go again! Sharpton has been nationally known for over 30 years. He has always been an activist for black people across the nation. As for never saying anything bad about our president, why should he? Just because he doesn't shout it for the world to hear doesn't mean he may not agree with everything the president has done. One thing I believe he is close enough to the president to drop a bug in his ear if need be.

    I wonder how many of these black mega churches hire some of these unemployed folks in their churches, particularly if they are not members of their church. How many of these mega churches are working with our black youth in increasing their skill levels, technical, oral and written communication, etc.

    I agree! I think there is some serious envy on the part of these ministers.

  15. everybody wants to be in the spotlight. rather than hating, they should act on the problems & let God use them more effectively. Sharpton is black history.

  16. I believe "Black Churches" are part of the problem, always looking for a "leader." Don't look o Al Sharpton, or anyone else for that matter. See what you can do to eliminate the problems of the Black communities, and STOP preaching Jesus! Start by empowering you congregation with TRUTH, and KNOWLEGDE of who we are as a people, and mention our POWER heritage across the ocean in a land known as Africa! Education is key! JOBS are a must have, especially for Black people who want to work! And, not just doing anything, but something of importance, something that has a legacy, endowment, inheritance, birthright!

  17. True

  18. Kyeatta Nailah Garrett-Bey Well said my sister. There are many shades of Black. And they're all beautiful!

  19. DO I DETECT SOME HATERS WHO ARE DOING THE VERY SAME THING THAT WAS DONE TO MALCOLM X? I NEVER HEARD OF ANY OF THESE FIELD AND HOUSE BARKING DOGS.

  20. Al Sharpton is a charlatan and con man. His NAN has done NOTHING for the folks in Central Harlem, where Back UE is over 10% and 46% for teens. Mr Sharpton NAN charges folks 500 yr or $50 monthly for membership, this in one of the poorest neighborhoods in NYC.They offer NO Job Training, counseling or placement. There are TWO Black owned Businesses in the area and no investment where Mr Sharpton has his weekly meetings with the wealthy and powerful of NYC. He does not serve Black folks best interest, yes he is a necessary evil because at times he's brought issues to the light but for folks to look to Sharpton as some leader of Black folks and he has our best at heart he does not, Al Sharpton is for Al Sharpton's own best interest. Everyone in NYC knows that, When Black folks enemy the MSM appoints someone a leader or spokesperson for us, we know they are anything but that.

  21. If you don' t think he is doing what you want get off of your grown asses and you do it. What I do not get is grown ass men crying about what anther man is not doing for them. I thought all of you were a follower of the man who died "on the CROSS, seems to me you are a believer in Al Sharpton as your god. See what idol worship gets you. Are'nt you ashamed of yourselves, You should be

  22. Black unemployment is increasing because the business sector is hiring immigrants and illegal aliens. That is why black unemployment is so high. Black people allow this because they see anybody with color as black. That is so foolish.

    The immigrants are claiming that they are black so black americans are being overlooked.

    When black people speak out about this type of fraud then black unemployment will decrease.

    When will we get beyond the people of color mess. Black people are the only group holding this viewpoint. There is no other group of color claiming black people as their people.

  23. http://breakingbrown.com/2013/08/as-blacks-become-increasingly-frustrated-with-obama-cornel-west-isnt-alone-anymore/

    RE: "As Blacks Become Increasingly Frustrated With Obama, Cornell West Isn’t Alone Anymore" by Yvette Carnell, August 27, 2013

    Comments Section:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URNkGOz9sIM&feature=c4-overview&list=UUJ4t6E6kDQD0mZLI00JdTvw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URNkGOz9sIM&feature=c4-overview&list=UUJ4t6E6kDQD0mZLI00JdTvw

    I know like other Blacks know, that Black people have been violated and there are few options for competent representation, because:

    1. Elected Black leaders, and lawyers are incompetent, selling out, playing games of deceit, and/or either taking sides with the perpetrators or conspiring with agents and officials of government to further oppress Black men, women, and children with legitimate grievances against government.

    2. Other ethnic groups also know of item one, but it is not in his or her best interest to be the first to step up to the plate to file monetary claims against the perpetrators, and in some instances he or she can be seriously punished, even to the extent of being killed for stepping up to the plate to hold any member of his or her specific ethnicity accountable, be it Caucasian, Hispanic, Jewish, Italian, Korean, etc., etc., accountable for unlawfully violating the rights of any U.S. born descendant of slavery. Basically individuals of his or her specific ethnicity must be the first to hold any perpetrator of another ethnicity, accountable for violating the rights of Black men, women, and children.

    http://www.eeoc.gov/

    In the event that Constitutional rights, such as property rights, false arrest, or tort violations such as defamation of character, fraud, cheating, malice, wrongful death, etc., etc., are the nature of your claim the EEOC will not represent you. How well I know, because in the initial stages, before filing Los Angeles Superior Court Case BC385899, I confronted a Black woman who worked for the EEOC who assisted individuals needing representation from the EEOC. Because of the mission statement of the EEOC, this Black woman was truthful enough to state that the EEOC will represent you in sexual harassment, discrimination, and/or affirmative action claims and not for defamation of character, fraud, cheating, malice, wrongful death, etc., etc., claims. I already had prior knowledge of the nature of the EEOC, and the types of cases that it handles, so this response from her was expected. Since I needed a lawyer, I also asked this Black woman for any names of competent Black civil attorney(s) who may handle civil claims for tort damages in behalf of Black men, and women like me, who are violated by government. She couldn't come up with the first name, and this did not surprise me either, because there are few if any competent Black attorneys who will represent Black men, women, and children violated by government pertaining to Constitutional protections, tort violations, etc.

    http://www.usdebtclock.org/

    Considering the 17 trillion dollar and climbing Federal Deficit, this is the worst period in the history of the U.S. to be employed as a public servant by the Federal Government. Without question, cuts will be made to reduce the Federal deficit, and there will be downsizing in the Federal government, because there is not enough money to keep financing a bloated government, and wealthy corporate America and corporate shareowners are not going to pick up the tab to reduce the 17 Trillion dollar deficit either.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-973780

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1062258

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-305812

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-879577

    http://articles.latimes.com/2011/mar/30/nation/la-na-court-prosecutors-20110330

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-802037

    Here again, President Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, multiple members of the Congressional Black Caucus, other elected Black leaders or public servants at the State, County, and City jurisdictions are inept, treasonous, self serving, elitist, and/or a disgrace to the essence of what it means to be an elected official or public servant, because few, if any, other these individuals truly protect the best interests of the Black community.

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/CourtsEnforceBlackCodes.html

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/index.html

    http://www.africanamerica.org/fileSendAction/fcType/0/fcOid/128788938051977186/filePointer/128788938052440503/fodoid/128788938052440501/THE_LA_SENTINEL_.pdf

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-305812

    CNN I-Report: "The Black Underclass are at Odds with the Black Middleclass! " uploaded by deadwiler56 , August 18, 2009

    As a Black man, woman, etc., you're pretty much on your own. I've been very fortunate to have my Mom to step up to the plate for me, when no one else would (No Black lawyer, no Black elected officials, etc.

    http://92ndinfantry.org/

    But this is par for the course. As it concerns Los Angeles Superior Court Case 895188, my Dad (deceased since 2003), and Mom have had to gather the facts to file their own claim(s) against government, without the help of any Black lawyers, Black elected officials, Black journalists, etc. If not for my own diligence, the advice and educational expertise from my Dad, an honorably discharged disabled "purple heart recipient" Buffalo Solder WWII 92nd infantry combat veteran, and Mom, I would not be in the strong legal position that I have today to hold agents and officials accountable for violating my Constitutional rights, and serious tort violations.

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/CourtsEnforceBlackCodes.html

    Carl Steadman was on his own too. If not for my Mom's help, and my help to finance "Theft by Court", or other deeds, not a single Black elected official, Black lawyer, etc., etc., stepped up to the plate to competently serve Carl Steadman. More times than not, Black elected officials, Black lawyers remain silent, are truly inept, conspire with the original perpetrators to further oppress Blacks, and/or have no regard for the Constitutional rights of Black men, women, and children egregiously violated by government.

  24. http://breakingbrown.com/2013/08/as-blacks-become-increasingly-frustrated-with-obama-cornel-west-isnt-alone-anymore/

    RE: "As Blacks Become Increasingly Frustrated With Obama, Cornell West Isn’t Alone Anymore" by Yvette Carnell, August 27, 2013

    Comments Section:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URNkGOz9sIM&feature=c4-overview&list=UUJ4t6E6kDQD0mZLI00JdTvw

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URNkGOz9sIM&feature=c4-overview&list=UUJ4t6E6kDQD0mZLI00JdTvw

    I know like other Blacks know, that Black people have been violated and there are few options for competent representation, because:

    1. Elected Black leaders, and lawyers are incompetent, selling out, playing games of deceit, and/or either taking sides with the perpetrators or conspiring with agents and officials of government to further oppress Black men, women, and children with legitimate grievances against government.

    2. Other ethnic groups also know of item one, but it is not in his or her best interest to be the first to step up to the plate to file monetary claims against the perpetrators, and in some instances he or she can be seriously punished, even to the extent of being killed for stepping up to the plate to hold any member of his or her specific ethnicity accountable, be it Caucasian, Hispanic, Jewish, Italian, Korean, etc., etc., accountable for unlawfully violating the rights of any U.S. born descendant of slavery. Basically individuals of his or her specific ethnicity must be the first to hold any perpetrator of another ethnicity, accountable for violating the rights of Black men, women, and children.

    http://www.eeoc.gov/

    In the event that Constitutional rights, such as property rights, false arrest, or tort violations such as defamation of character, fraud, cheating, malice, wrongful death, etc., etc., are the nature of your claim the EEOC will not represent you. How well I know, because in the initial stages, before filing Los Angeles Superior Court Case BC385899, I confronted a Black woman who worked for the EEOC who assisted individuals needing representation from the EEOC. Because of the mission statement of the EEOC, this Black woman was truthful enough to state that the EEOC will represent you in sexual harassment, discrimination, and/or affirmative action claims and not for defamation of character, fraud, cheating, malice, wrongful death, etc., etc., claims. I already had prior knowledge of the nature of the EEOC, and the types of cases that it handles, so this response from her was expected. Since I needed a lawyer, I also asked this Black woman for any names of competent Black civil attorney(s) who may handle civil claims for tort damages in behalf of Black men, and women like me, who are violated by government. She couldn't come up with the first name, and this did not surprise me either, because there are few if any competent Black attorneys who will represent Black men, women, and children violated by government pertaining to Constitutional protections, tort violations, etc.

    http://www.usdebtclock.org/

    Considering the 17 trillion dollar and climbing Federal Deficit, this is the worst period in the history of the U.S. to be employed as a public servant by the Federal Government. Without question, cuts will be made to reduce the Federal deficit, and there will be downsizing in the Federal government, because there is not enough money to keep financing a bloated government, and wealthy corporate America and corporate shareowners are not going to pick up the tab to reduce the 17 Trillion dollar deficit either.

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-973780

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1062258

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-305812

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-879577

    http://articles.latimes.com/2011/mar/30/nation/la-na-court-prosecutors-20110330

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-802037

    Here again, President Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, multiple members of the Congressional Black Caucus, other elected Black leaders or public servants at the State, County, and City jurisdictions are inept, treasonous, self serving, elitist, and/or a disgrace to the essence of what it means to be an elected official or public servant, because few, if any, other these individuals truly protect the best interests of the Black community.

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/CourtsEnforceBlackCodes.html

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/index.html

    http://www.africanamerica.org/fileSendAction/fcType/0/fcOid/128788938051977186/filePointer/128788938052440503/fodoid/128788938052440501/THE_LA_SENTINEL_.pdf

    http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-305812

    CNN I-Report: "The Black Underclass are at Odds with the Black Middleclass! " uploaded by deadwiler56 , August 18, 2009

    As a Black man, woman, etc., you're pretty much on your own. I've been very fortunate to have my Mom to step up to the plate for me, when no one else would (No Black lawyer, no Black elected officials, etc.

    http://92ndinfantry.org/

    But this is par for the course. As it concerns Los Angeles Superior Court Case 895188, my Dad (deceased since 2003), and Mom have had to gather the facts to file their own claim(s) against government, without the help of any Black lawyers, Black elected officials, Black journalists, etc. If not for my own diligence, the advice and educational expertise from my Dad, an honorably discharged disabled "purple heart recipient" Buffalo Solder WWII 92nd infantry combat veteran, and Mom, I would not be in the strong legal position that I have today to hold agents and officials accountable for violating my Constitutional rights, and serious tort violations.

    http://www.ceyseauinc.com/CourtsEnforceBlackCodes.html

    Carl Steadman was on his own too. If not for my Mom's help, and my help to finance "Theft by Court", or other deeds, not a single Black elected official, Black lawyer, etc., etc., stepped up to the plate to competently serve Carl Steadman. More times than not, Black elected officials, Black lawyers remain silent, are truly inept, conspire with the original perpetrators to further oppress Blacks, and/or have no regard for the Constitutional rights of Black men, women, and children egregiously violated by government.

  25. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URNkGOz9sIM&feature=c4-overview&list=UUJ4t6E6kDQD0mZLI00JdTvw

    I know like other Blacks know, that Black people have been violated and there are few options for competent representation, because:

    1. Elected Black leaders, and lawyers are incompetent, selling out, playing games of deceit, and/or either taking sides with the perpetrators or conspiring with agents and officials of government to further oppress Black men, women, and children with legitimate grievances against government.

    2. Other ethnic groups also know of item one, but it is not in his or her best interest to be the first to step up to the plate to file monetary claims against the perpetrators, and in some instances he or she can be seriously punished, even to the extent of being killed for stepping up to the plate to hold any member of his or her specific ethnicity accountable, be it Caucasian, Hispanic, Jewish, Italian, Korean, etc., etc., accountable for unlawfully violating the rights of any U.S. born descendant of slavery. Basically individuals of his or her specific ethnicity must be the first to hold any perpetrator of another ethnicity, accountable for violating the rights of Black men, women, and children.

    In the event that Constitutional rights, such as property rights, false arrest, or tort violations such as defamation of character, fraud, cheating, malice, wrongful death, etc., etc., are the nature of your claim the EEOC will not represent you. How well I know, because in the initial stages, before filing Los Angeles Superior Court Case BC385899, I confronted a Black woman who worked for the EEOC who assisted individuals needing representation from the EEOC. Because of the mission statement of the EEOC, this Black woman was truthful enough to state that the EEOC will represent you in sexual harassment, discrimination, and/or affirmative action claims and not for defamation of character, fraud, cheating, malice, wrongful death, etc., etc., claims. I already had prior knowledge of the nature of the EEOC, and the types of cases that it handles, so this response from her was expected. Since I needed a lawyer, I also asked this Black woman for any names of competent Black civil attorney(s) who may handle civil claims for tort damages in behalf of Black men, and women like me, who are violated by government. She couldn’t come up with the first name, and this did not surprise me either, because there are few if any competent Black attorneys who will represent Black men, women, and children violated by government pertaining to Constitutional protections, tort violations, etc.

    Considering the 17 trillion dollar and climbing Federal Deficit, this is the worst period in the history of the U.S. to be employed as a public servant by the Federal Government. Without question, cuts will be made to reduce the Federal deficit, and there will be downsizing in the Federal government, because there is not enough money to keep financing a bloated government, and wealthy corporate America and corporate shareowners are not going to pick up the tab to reduce the 17 Trillion dollar deficit either.

    Here again, President Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, multiple members of the Congressional Black Caucus, other elected Black leaders or public servants at the State, County, and City jurisdictions are inept, treasonous, self serving, elitist, and/or a disgrace to the essence of what it means to be an elected official or public servant, because few, if any, other these individuals truly protect the best interests of the Black community.

    CNN I-Report: “The Black Underclass are at Odds with the Black Middleclass! ” uploaded by deadwiler56 , August 18, 2009

    As a Black man, woman, etc., you’re pretty much on your own. I’ve been very fortunate to have my Mom to step up to the plate for me, when no one else would (No Black lawyer, no Black elected officials, etc.

    But this is par for the course. As it concerns Los Angeles Superior Court Case 895188, my Dad (deceased since 2003), and Mom have had to gather the facts to file their own claim(s) against government, without the help of any Black lawyers, Black elected officials, Black journalists, etc. If not for my own diligence, the advice and educational expertise from my Dad, an honorably discharged disabled “purple heart recipient” Buffalo Solder WWII 92nd infantry combat veteran, and Mom, I would not be in the strong legal position that I have today to hold agents and officials accountable for violating my Constitutional rights, and serious tort violations.

    Carl Steadman was on his own too. If not for my Mom’s help, and my help to finance “Theft by Court”, or other deeds, not a single Black elected official, Black lawyer, etc., etc., stepped up to the plate to competently serve Carl Steadman. More times than not, Black elected officials, Black lawyers remain silent, are truly inept, conspire with the original perpetrators to further oppress Blacks, and/or have no regard for the Constitutional rights of Black men, women, and children egregiously violated by government.

  26. A pimp is a pimp no matter what level he on.

  27. A pimp is a pimp no matter what level he on.

  28. Amen Lyndon. This is lame.

  29. HATERS.
    Pastors get so much money — YOU HEAR ABOUT PEOPLE NOT HAVING ENOUGH TO EAT — YOU BUY THEM SOMETHING. Stop hating on this man.

  30. I wonder why employment has worsened for us under obama.. hmm probably because we have no incentive to work Bc he's giving us what we need from taxpayersmoney. Thats our real problem.

  31. .

  32. I agree with you on this,Dayrl. I love Al Sharpton and watch his show, "Politics Nation" on MSNBC. He is well respected in the political arena and he is a walking emcyclopedia and very tuned in and in touch. Perhaps those Harlem Pastors should watch his show, too.

  33. It's really sad what money can make some black folks do.

  34. Stick together but not against Rev Sharpton. You'd better leave him alone.

  35. Stick together but not against Rev Sharpton. You'd better leave him alone.

  36. Get the behind satin

  37. I have always thought that Rev. Al Sharpton was a loud mouth. The clips that are shown, he mispronounces words and people's names and thinks that it is okay. I know that I am a person that is sick of all the bullshit with the racism, sexism and all the other ism's that is prevalent in this country. I want people to stop showboating and start to really do something about a change. Social media has offered us the opportunity to make our opinions about everything in the universe, but who is really dealing with the truth. Rev. Al Sharpton has been around for centuries and he is still the old guard. Who is stepping up to state what really needs to happen.

  38. What has Obama done for Blacks?…NOTHING. Who does Al (snitch) Sharpton work for?We all know the answer.This ain’t hard. He is doing what his superior is doing…NOTHING. This is Politics in full force operating in white-supremacy/racism. The objective is to keep the player on top and the played on the bottom.Both are just pawns in the game with the objective being the same….white-supremacy/racism.Again I ask,What has Obama done for the obscene disparaging difference in the employment rate? People have to work to live and eat and he leads a ‘gay’ charge and gives money for people who don’t even live here.WTH?.Isn’t it obvious of his feelings {Especially} about Black people? It is to me.

  39. Why dethrone him? Why not overtake him by their deeds? People aren’t fools! Those who like him, like him due to the fights he’s engaged in. When the Martins were in trouble, they called Al Sharpton, not one of the Harlem preachers. If these preachers were “all that” themselves, blacks nationwide would know of them. Why don’t they step out of their comfort zone and take up the challenges he’s taken up? What have they done, on their resume that even compares with Al Sharpton? Why Al Sharpton, when there are so many preachers and corrupt politicians they could go after? History is replete with small men trying to bring down giants. Odds are, these men are puppets ‘fronting’ for someone bigger and more powerful who is working them from behind the scenes.

  40. and you and your ilk are readily accepting those handouts LOL!!!

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