“NOW” are facts unjudged
and to be seen by History
“THEN” are facts as seen 
and judged by History

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1994 - Who Will Stand Up for the Victims of Genocide?

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1994 - The Lessons of History

1999 - President Clinton States We Will Come to the Aid of Ethnic Albanians from Kosovo After We Win the Air War

2000 - What is Different about Rwanda?

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2007 - What Must We Do to Win in Iraq? Are You Qualified to Lead if You Will Not Ask This Question?

Ads from 2012

A new series of ads pertinent to the 2012 Election (all files PDF):

1. What Does President Obama Believe about “Race” in America?

2. Would Anyone Say Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.  Agreed with Margaret Sanger and  Planned Parenthood on Abortion and Infanticide?

3. Obamaesque Courage

4. Can the U. S. Govt. Kill its Citizens on U.S. Soil Without Due Process?

5. Obamaesque “Courage” and “Leadership”

6. “Racism” Was Created Because of Economics Not Racial Inferiority.

7. Can One Have “Equality” Without “Dignity”?

8. Religion of the First African Slaves

Shining City Upon a Hill” “Do It as Americans” paper lists some of the achievements of Americans of African Descent as co-founders of America. (110 page PDF)

Download the new eBook:
Do It As Americans

Then and Now: 2012 #7

Can One Have “Equality” Without “Dignity"?

“In places like Kwajalein, degradation could be as lethal as a bullet” 

The need of “dignity” is set out by Laura Hillenbrand in her book Unbroken. The book tells of Louis Zamperinis, a WW II aviator who survived being stranded at sea for 40 days and also being a captive for years in Japanese prison camps. The difference between the two was that “dignity” was taken from prisoners by their captors in the prison camps.

  “On Kwajalein, Louie …learned a dark truth known to the doomed in Hitler’s death camps, the Slaves of the American South, and … other generations of betrayed people. Dignity is as essential to human life as water, food, and oxygen…The loss of it can carry a man off as surely as thirst, hunger, exposure, and asphyxiation, and with greater cruelty.”  

In places like Kwajalein, degradation could be as lethal as a bullet”
Can you have dignity” if you are Subject to degradation by your Government? 

Americans of African Descent are no longer dependent on the White Slave Owner. Many of those who are in the lower income segment are now dependent on the Politicians and the Govt. for their survival.  The Politicians say vote for me because I supported and am still supporting programs that are  helping you regain your “Equality.”

The Politicians have set up a system that guarantees that the members of the Lower Income Segment of our Society, are forced to accept the Politician’s concept of “equality” which is without the “dignity” component. Do some politicians want to keep the lower income Americans of African Descent dependent on their government for those benefits?

 Is this the degradation that is as lethal as a bullet?
You do not help a person by working to keep them dependent on you.
You help a Person by working to make them more dependent on themselves.

Who Are These Political Leaders Helping?

Download this ad as a pdf: Can One Have “Equality” Without “Dignity”?

These concepts are developed more fully in the Do It as Americans paper,
Do It As Americans” (110 page PDF).