Jesse and Al should read this!

Written by Doug Bower

Instead of getting all bent out of shape over innocuous remarks made byrepparttar President of Mexico, perhapsrepparttar 139436 Lord and Prince of African-American Ideological Imperialism (that's Lord Jesse and Prince Al) should know just how Americans apply for those jobs they so vehemently claim Mexicans are stealing.

The good folks at recently took a peek intorepparttar 139437 matter. In a survey of 600 hiring managers, 70 percent of them reportedrepparttar 139438 following bizarre behaviors displayed by American job applicants. [1]

Now listen carefully Lord Jackson and Prince Al:

· No shows—they makerepparttar 139439 appointment forrepparttar 139440 job interview then do not show up

· Compulsive watch-checking duringrepparttar 139441 interview

· Interviewee askingrepparttar 139442 interviewer to hurry uprepparttar 139443 interview

· Applicants literally running fromrepparttar 139444 room as soon asrepparttar 139445 word "drug testing" is mentioned

· Applicants tellingrepparttar 139446 hiring manager thatrepparttar 139447 company has a black aura and leavingrepparttar 139448 interview

· Applicants showing up forrepparttar 139449 interview in T-shirts and jeans

· "One job hopeful arrived at his interview displaying a hairy chest, medallion, strong cologne and a wad of gum in his mouth. And which is worse:repparttar 139450 applicant who wore a housecoat and slippers orrepparttar 139451 one who wore his slippers with a bathing suit and T-shirt?" [2]

· Applicant singingrepparttar 139452 national anthem

· Trying to sellrepparttar 139453 interviewer a car

· Applicant drops torepparttar 139454 floor and starts doing Yoga duringrepparttar 139455 interview

· Applicant lapses into doing celebrity imitations

· Applicant tells interviewer he wantsrepparttar 139456 job so he can getrepparttar 139457 employee discounts and then retire in 2 months

· Applicant tellsrepparttar 139458 interviewer that George Bush was his last supervisor at his previous place of employment

Slavery Was Useful

Written by Robert Bruce Baird


The bulk of this chapter will be taken from a book aboutrepparttar War of 1812. I must deconstructrepparttar 139359 generalities and interpretrepparttar 139360 meaning as it relates to our investigation of hegemony and cronyism or Synarchy. Officers inrepparttar 139361 wars of these times got a percentage ofrepparttar 139362 booty their underlings took. They also were frequently aligned withrepparttar 139363 enemy or other side as you can see inrepparttar 139364 movie Braveheart. The Black Market in modern wars has a lot ofrepparttar 139365 same kind of thing. This incentive to go to war has a lot of impact on us still. The British had just taken about 2,000 slaves or ‘runaways’ from near Baltimore to be part ofrepparttar 139366 workforce inrepparttar 139367 Canadian Maritime Provinces. As we have noted already,repparttar 139368 American Enlightenment Experiment had come about when Nobles in America saw their British cousins were freeing their slaves. It was notrepparttar 139369 only reason to secede but it was probably more important thanrepparttar 139370 reasons usually presented in American immigration exams or schools. Sometimes it is cheaper not to have to care for your workforce if you have a system that keeps them in place.

“New Orleans, located a hundred miles uprepparttar 139371 Mississippi River, was a particularly tempting target. With a population of almost 25,000, it wasrepparttar 139372 largest city west ofrepparttar 139373 Appalachian Mountains. It was alsorepparttar 139374 principal outlet for western commodities, and millions of dollars of produce was blockaded inrepparttar 139375 port. Scottish naval officers like Cochrane were known to have a keen eye for booty, andrepparttar 139376 British brought large cargo ships with them to carry off their plunder. (1) Indeed, British prisoners of war and deserters claimed thatrepparttar 139377 watch-word and countersign onrepparttar 139378 morning ofrepparttar 139379 Battle of New Orleans was ‘beauty and booty’. (2)

Initially British officials saw this campaign as a means of taking pressure of Canada. But byrepparttar 139380 timerepparttar 139381 operation got under way,repparttar 139382 objective had changed. General Ross—who was supposed to leadrepparttar 139383 expedition—was instructed ‘To obtain command ofrepparttar 139384 embouchure [mouth] ofrepparttar 139385 Mississippi, so as to depriverepparttar 139386 back settlements of America of their communication withrepparttar 139387 sea’ and ‘to occupy some important and valuable possession, byrepparttar 139388 restoration of whichrepparttar 139389 conditions of peace might be improved, or which we might be entitled to exactrepparttar 139390 cession of, asrepparttar 139391 price of peace.’ Ross was to encouragerepparttar 139392 free inhabitants to revolt but was to make no binding promises aboutrepparttar 139393 future. ‘[Y]ou must give them clearly to understand that Great Britain cannot pledge herself to makerepparttar 139394 independence of Louisiana, or its restoration torepparttar 139395 Spanish Crown, a sine qua non of peace withrepparttar 139396 United States.’(3)

As a preliminary torepparttar 139397 main expedition, in May of 1814 Cochrane dispatched a shipload of arms to Indians onrepparttar 139398 Apalachicola River in Spanish Florida.” (4)

So we are able to ask a lot of questions at this juncture I hope.

We know thatrepparttar 139399 race card was being used by Britain in this war and there are reasons to think thatrepparttar 139400 founding ofrepparttar 139401 United State had more to do with slavery inrepparttar 139402 first place than any Tea Party or taxes. Britain had outlawed slavery a decade beforerepparttar 139403 US was created. Slavery in Greece was worse than at any time inrepparttar 139404 US or elsewhere, although Columbus (an agent ofrepparttar 139405 Holy Alliance and Hibernian or Alumbrados forces) certainly did more than most Greek states in this regard. He was engaging in mass genocide on purpose so I do not consider it mere slavery.

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