A Mayor's Proclamation: "Washington D.C., We're Open for Business" African Americans Need Not Apply

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A Mayor's Proclamation is a book about the covert policies of an African American Mayor which are designed to systematically displace the African American population in our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. Furthermore, it addresses the mutation of the old Jim Crow laws into today's society and how they are enacted through the institutions of law enforcement, the courts and media.

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The answer to the question why racism and discrimination are still with us is rooted in our history; and pure economics. The means by which they are successfully practiced have mutated. They are now masked behind elected African American officials and leaders who obediently serve as conduits.

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In Washington, D.C. the office of the Mayor, with the assistance of law enforcement, the media and the courts, has established policies designed to target the African American community for oppression.

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In Mayor Williams, they found no better instrument for carrying out their mission. In him they discovered the patsy, the Uncle Thomas, a sell-out who was more than happy to offer up the ultimate sacrifice to his masters in exchange for the furtherance of his political career: his own people.

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I wonder if the Councilman was amused when, in the Georgetown District of the city, a young white male taking into account the problems Black Males experience with securing cab rides, hailed a taxicab for his African American friend. When it became obvious to the taxicab driver that the cab was only intended for transport of the African American Male, the taxicab driver took off dragging the young Black Male for blocks as he was hanging halfway out of the vehicle. Why can't the Mayor and Councilman step forward for all residents of the city as they have done so many times for citizens living west and north of the Capital, and do something about this nefarious practice that serves solely to humiliate and alienate many law-bidding citizens?

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Turning his back on those residents that had relied so heavily upon this hospital for their medical needs, the Mayor, when questioned about his decision while hosting a question and answer session with the media and those most impacted by this decision, added insult to injury. He had reiterated that the need to close down the hospital was fiscally responsible and that those residents, affected by his decision and who were not in favor, could exercise their displeasure in a year or so in the voting booth. In other words, he told those people. . .

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Recently, one of the local news stations featured an investigative report featuring photographs taken by a member of the United States Park Police of a fellow park policeman, posing before the camera (and forcing his victim into a pose) during an arrest of a young African American male. This illustrates that the noose being placed around our necks these days is the heavy hand of law enforcement being applied in our communities.

I have interviewed police officers and have witnessed first hand the beatings and planting of evidence on individuals of African American descent by members of the MPD, the U.S. Park Police and Federal Marshals. This is no surprise. . .

The same is true with African American police officers and security guards. They too take great pride in humiliating other African Americans before an audience of non-African Americans in a shameless attempt to boost their own self-esteem and in an attempt to increase . . .

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