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Perpetuation of dysfunction-as-normal: Lawsuit filed against NAACP
It’s not easy being a black person who has escaped the matrix. The consistent cover-up inside of black organizations that don’t want to be questioned about what it is they do has now come to a national level of conciseness. The NAACP went on a national US tour to promote the “VOTE NO” agenda. Still today, there is no agenda for black America has it pertains to jobs, education and living the American Dream. Black Americans are more likely to die then be successful under the leadership of black organizations that have had their hands in the cookie jar one too many times.
By Donald Allen, Editor-in-Chief, OurBlackNews.com
New York, NY. (IBNN/Editorial Opinion/January 27, 2013)…First of all it does not surprise me. Black Americans poor in communities across this land suffer at the hand of decision makers in our communities who are not business people. Our point is proven over-and-over again: change must come quick sans the usual suspects.
The Houston Business Journal (Houston, TX.), reports the Four Seasons Houston has filed a lawsuit claiming the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People did not pay its bill at the downtown Houston Four Seasons Hotel during its 103rd Annual Convention in July.
The hotel alleges it is owed $99,500 for room, banquet and finance charges. I attest this is an outrageous and heinous amount of money to spend for one of many black organizations that do little to anything for poor black Americans, other than to get them to vote for candidates on the Democratic ticket. I think a complete audit should be done.
NAACP non-partisan? Let’s take a look:
-The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People claims to be nonpartisan, but it uses its millions of dollars to promote the Democrat’s agenda.
-Conservative critics question its claim to nonprofit status, arguing that the exemption shelters its $14 million annual budget from being taxed, and note that in the most recent presidential campaign the NAACP, which once derided big money as a corrupting influence, established two independent fund-raising organizations to conduct the kind of political warfare it once denounced.
-The NAACP National Voter Fund and Americans for Equality drew on a combined $10 million to finance get-out-the-vote efforts and issue ads that energized Democratic voters.
The “partisan” actions by the NAACP, an IRS designated 501(c)3 can be seen across the board in other black organizations like the National Urban League. The goal is not to let the people think for themselves – but to distribute one political message, and one political viewpoint – the agenda of the Democratic Party of America. Of course the Republican Party has not catered to black America, but in time with the growing number of catastrophic disparities, black America will come to the conclusion the views thrust upon them by local and national black organizations have not been beneficial to living the American Dream.
Where do we go from here? It’s been established; high-ranking officials in the NAACP stay in the best hotels; eat the best food and travel in luxury. Not being able to have a bill of $99k proves the 500,000 members of the NAACP need to take a closer look into how the organization is advancing the plights of colored people versus scratching each other’s back in a social Kabul.