26 November 2010

On Thanksgiving Day KingCast gives thanks to friends, family and the fact that NAACP LDF, Ralph Holder, Michael Holman, and KingCast are all showing U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte to be a deceitful rogue Senator.

DRAFT -- Final text with video later this evening. 
So here's the Original Use of the term "Thanksgiving," just a massacre of 700 American Indians at Massachusetts Bay. Pretty fowl, huh?

Plenty of folks over at the NPR Story "Who Brought The Turkey? The Truth About The First Thanksgiving" recognize it as foul too, as my comment has the greatest number of recommends, and that is from people who don't even know about my Free Press lawsuit against Kelly Ayotte, KingCast v. Friends of Kelly Ayotte, NH Dist. 2010-CV-501. More information and analysis in the Frederick Douglass journal entry.

But what's more foul is the fact that NH AG cum U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte and her NH Law Enforcement cronies have found ways to violate most of the major victories that the NAACP has won since they started suing bigoted Government officials. We're talking about NAACP v. Button and  NAACP v. Thompson,  648 F.Supp. 195 D.Md.,1986 on First Amendment issues and Brown v. Board of Education347 U.S. 483 (1954) aand the related case of Palmore v. Sidoti 466 U.S. 429 (1984) on racial discrimination in schooling. 
 Brown was about putting an end to state-sponsored and state-approved racial oppression.....
-Edward Lazarus, Esq.
To see the Full Extent of Foul, read this post, which contains the following quote relating to Ralph Holder's documented history of state-sponsored and state-approved racial oppression:

“In A.J’s best interest I recommend that he attend the Burnham School in Haverhill (MA)….Furthermore, the issue of diversity is real.   A. J. would likely find it lonely being the only Black child in a school in NH.  He has a rich Black Heritage of which to be proud.  He can share with and learn from other children of his color and it can enhance his growing up years in numerous ways.  In Haverhill (MA), he has that opportunity far more that it exists in NH.” –Patricia Frim, Esq., Court Appointed Guardian ad Litem, 07/14/03 

What else should I expect given that Senator Kelly Ayotte wouldn't even say "I object to racism" in response to my lawful inquiry caught on video in response to the Niggermania website's support of her. But at least I am thankful to know people involved with the progressive arm of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, which has a spiffy new website, great design and function. I'll be in contact them about the affront to these established paradigms of Law and Policy brought by one Senator Kelly Ayotte and her merry band of pranksters; I give thanks for having that opportunity.
And I give thanks to Patriots all across the country, especially over at ArrestaJudgekit/We Expose Local Corruption (YouTube Channel), who is busy busting on another bad Senator:


Those of us who actually endeavor to do something more than sit on the sofa and complain about corrupt government officials need to stick together and be thankful for the opportunity to do so, despite the built-in headwinds that we face.

KingCast.net and KingCast65/Save the First Amendment YouTube: Reel News for Real People.

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