Princeville NC – Breaking News: No Fire Alarm, No Telephone, No Water What Else We Don’t Know About? Ask Priscilla!

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Click on picture to watch video Monday September 24, 2012 monthly meeting.

Last night during the Princeville Town Hall Meeting the Police Chief whispered to the Mayor that the building was on fire. Well why the fire alarm didn’t go off? Sources say the town has not paid the fire alarm for about 1 year. So what if it had been a major fire and not just the smoke from a cigarette that was thrown out at the front door to cause the smoke last night? Damn  the building would probably had burned down.

The Senior Citizen’s building is across the road from the town hall and the phone has been turn off because the town has not paid the bill. This is the 2nd or 3rd time this year.

The Senior Citizens do not drink the town water and the water bill has not been paid for about 5 months. Sources say Viola Harris and Ann Howell has been rotating each month purchasing bottled water for the Seniors.

The Local Government Commission has stated that they have found bills that they didn’t know about that the Princeville 3 and the town attorney said had been accounted for. It appears just about all of the bills are behind and LGC is trying to pay major bills such as the lights and water so the town can function. But then today they have learned about some other bills such as the fire alarm, the telephone bill and etc.

But the Ignant Mayor Priscilla Everette-Oates continue to talk about what happened in 2007. Hell the ignant mayor do not understand that she and her 2 cronies were elected in 2009 and they have been bragging that the town was in the red and they came in and cleaned it up. They have talked about what a great job they have done.

But damn the Princeville 3 don’t understand that since they have been in office since 2009 which comes after 2007 that they have not done a damn thing but dig a deep whole for the town.

Well they can continue in their ignance but they gonna learn the day! LGC is going to educate them.

As I continue to re-read the Update on the Town of Princeville’s Financial Condition all of the credit card charges that the Mayor charged to make non-related purchases as it relates to the town she could have used the card to pay the Fire Alarm, purchased the Seniors some water and paid the phone bill. The water and the phone bill should be well under $100 a month.

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Sources Say The Princeville Town Hall Meeting Last Night That Was Recessed To Go Into Closed Session Today Has Been Recessed Again Until Tomorrow Wednesday September 26, 2012

Pictures/Video: Princeville NC – The Princeville Meeting Tonight Was Crazy As Hell But That Is The Norm

Princeville NC – Princeville Regular Monthly Meeting Today Monday September 24, 2012 7:00 PM Title Of This Meeting “Ask Priscilla” About The Financial Condition Of The Town

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Ann Coulter: Democrats ‘Dropping the Blacks and Moving on to the Hispanics’

In response to Jeff Savage: Ann Coulter: Democrats ‘Dropping the Blacks and Moving on to the Hispanics’

IT’S ABOUT TIME SOMEBODY SAID IT! In this video, conservative pundit and multiple best-selling author, Ann Coulter, articulated the truth about the relationship of Black folk and Democrats VERY well. The white-controlled Democrat Party is sick of us Blacks, but, they realize how badly they need our voting block to hold onto (or to gain) power.

However, and sadly, just watch as many of us Blacks, who are both descendants of slaves and Democrats, will begin to attack Ms. Coulter just because she’s a Republican and they will totally ignore the significance of her very sage remarks.

Bull manure!!

Edgecombe County had fought to get the majority over the years but when we did the black elected officials and leaders quit coming. Now you go to a meeting it is only a couple of whites maybe 4 or 5 that attends but you have folks like (Black) Rev. Roosevelt Higgs who play it Safe talking about including white folks when voting but when they (Whites) had the power they didn’t give a damn about us.

You are familiar with Edgecombe County Politics and you are very much aware of your county Pitt.

I have posted time and time again that when I became active in the Democratic Party in Edgecombe County white folks ran the party. Black folks had to fight for everything to gain control of the offices. When we got control the Safe Negroes didn’t do a damn thing.

Jeff ya’ll had the same issues in Pitt County because I used to attend the Democratic Party meetings in Pitt, Wilson and the twin Counties Edgecombe and Nash. I did the same for the NAACP meetings.

The problem when comes to running the party on the local and state level is we have Safe Negroes across the State who hold us just where we are.

I don’t need a damn Ann Coulter or any white person to tell me a damn thing about the relationship of Black Folks and the Democratic Party. You know I have always spoke out about RACE within the Party.

I am not concerned with where white folks stand but where Ignant Ass Black Folks stand like some of ya’ll who act as if you just figured something out. Well I figured it out in the early 1980’s when I joined the Democratic Party as a Precinct Officer and became the 3rd Vice Chair of the County Party by default because I was the youngest person to attend the meetings and they had no choice but to make me an officer. But white nor Black folks didn’t want me because I was too outspoken. I was labeled as a racist by white folks and a militant by Black folks because I was repeating what Black folks were saying behind closed doors publicly and getting beat down but I didn’t give a damn because I was what many Black older men won’t back then and some now a damn real Black man who was not afraid to speak Truth to Power.

They were so damn scared and still scared of me today that they will not vote for me when I am nominated in the party not that I want a position because I never run for them because I am not going to be limited to what I can say and do.

About 2 years ago a majority black Democratic Party Executive Committee voted for a white male around 60 plus or minus for a chair position over me. I love to sit back and look at how Negroes vote but you see they know I hold them accountable in the meetings as a Precinct Chair. They hate to see me coming with my cameras.

Dropping the Blacks and moving on to Hispanics damn I am a farmer all though I have worked a public job since I turned 18 but I have farmed since I was 5 up until we rented out the farm last year so I am very much aware of how both white Democrats and Republicans have hired Hispanics to work on the farms.

We have a Black ineffective Democratic Party Chair who has served 2 terms. He has not done a damn thing since he has been in office but Black folks have voted him in twice. Well I am so damn glad he can not run again.

The party allow Rev. Roosevelt Higgs to manipulate each and every meeting.

I have not seen you and several Black folks attend a Democratic Party meeting local and/or (District) but when one wants to run for an office they come out and want folks like me to support them. Oh hell no! Black folks will come out when it is all about them wanting a position but other times they stay away.

Religious Emphasis and 69th Annual NC NAACP Convention Invitation to Network

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Historic Thousands on Jones Street People’s Assembly Coalition

 

Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, HKonJ Convener 

Rev. Curtis E. Gatewood, HKonJ Coalition Coordinator

Mrs. Debra Tyler-Horton, HKonJ Steering Committee Co-Chair

Mr. Reuben Blackwell, HKonJ Steering Committee  Co-Chair

 

Dear HKonJ, NAACP, and Religious Community:

Re: 2012 Religious Emphasis Day, NC NAACP 69th State Convention – October 11th to October 13th ; Teleconference with all HKonJ Partners Tuesday, October 2nd, 9 p.m. -Call-in number 218 632-0550, pass code 693333, #

Please find the flyer pictured below announcing our "Religious Emphasis Day" which will kick off our 69th Annual NC NAACP State Convention, as we enthusiastically extend you this invitation to join us!   Religious Emphasis Day will occur on Thursday, October 11, 2012, beginning with our Opening Service at 10:00 a.m.   The right-hand side of the flyer provides a general outline of the Religious events, all to be held at the First Baptist Church 101 S. Wilmington Street, Raleigh, NC, where the Rev. Dr. Dumas A. Harshaw serves as Pastor.

Tickets for the 12:00 noon Religious Emphasis Luncheon are on sale for $15. Tickets for the 4:30 p.m. Soul Food Dinner may also be purchased for $15. All other services and plenary sessions are free and open to the public.

All NAACP branches under the jurisdiction of the North Carolina NAACP State Conference are asked to make sure your local Religious Affairs Committee Chairs are present and will be assisting us in sounding the trumpet relative to these empowering events while targeting your local religious denominational association leaders, ministerial alliances, churches, temples, mosques, and other religious entities.

In case some of the earlier sessions conflict with work schedules, we have our traditionally scheduled Community Mass Meeting and Worship Service at 7:30 p.m. Our Chairman of the NAACP National Board of Directors, Roslyn M. Brock will serve as Keynote Speaker.

All HKonJ Coalition Partners are asked to join us in spreading the word and attending these religious events as we approach the most important election since 1860. Without question, RELIGION is increasingly having an impact on public policy and the direction in which critical social issues facing our movement and constituents are being driven at the local, state, and national levels. 

A teleconference has been scheduled for all HKonJ Partners for Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 9 p.m.  The call-in number shall be 218 632-0550, pass code 693333, #.

  

HKonJ on Partners are also asked to be represented during the following other events being held on Friday, October 12th and Saturday October 13th at the North Raleigh Hilton, located at 3415 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC whereby information from these training sessions will likely enhance the success of our HKonJ 14-Point People’s Agenda and movement:

Friday, October 12th

LABOR & INDUSTRY – Breakfast "Labor & Civil Rights: The Power of the Vote & Church" 7a.m. to 8 a.m.

$15 Ticket

 

POLITICAL ACTION LUNCHEON – "Fusion Politics in the 21st Century African-Americans & Coalition Power", Governor Beverly Purdue, Keynote Speaker, 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.

$25 Ticket

 

PLENARY SESSION I – "Fighting the Attempts to Buy Our Democracy", 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

PLENARY SESSION II – "Million Voters March 3: Our GOTV Strategy from Now until November", 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

Saturday, October 13th

 

UNITY SESSION & PRESS CONFERENCE – "The Annual State of Civil Rights in North Carolina", NC NAACP President, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, Keynote Speaker, 9:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Free and Open to Public.  PLEASE ATTEND THE PRESS CONFERENCE FOLLOWING THIS SESSION

 

TRUTH & HOPE POVERTY TOUR REPORT, 10:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

PLENARY SESSION – "Million Voters March 3: What’s At Stake", 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

HKONJ COALITION MOBILIZATION, 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE, 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

NEXT STEPS – "Wrap up for Youth and Adults", 4:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Free and Open to Public

 

FREEDOM FUND AWARDS BANQUET "Forward Together, Not One Step Back!" National NAACP President & CEO, Benjamin T. Jealous, Keynote Speaker, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

$50 Ticket

 

For questions regarding tickets and registration, you may call our NC NAACP headquarters at 919 682-4700.

 

 

HKonJ7 Mobilization – Thousands will ‘Flood the Streets!’

Assemble at 9:30 a.m. at Shaw University, South St., Raleigh, NC, February 9, 2013 MARK YOUR CALENDAR

 

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