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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Understanding of the German and Irish American GOP Phenomenon For Poor Whites and Africans

    recalled the stopgap solution of a great princess who was told that the peasants had no bread, and who responded: "Let them eat brioche."*
GOP HOMELESS


In 1990, 72.9 percent of those living in poverty in rural areas in the United States were white (RSS Task Force 1993:32)

WHO THEN, REALLY, ALWAYS WANTED SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? Where do these people really come from? Using the divide and conquer/rule as a sure way of keeping yourself in a position of power by making the people under you disagree with each other so that they are unable to join together and remove you from your position, a small minority have continued to govern by a policy of divide and conquer.

The majority of those living in

poverty in both urban and rural
areas are not minorities. Forty-eight
percent of those living in
poverty in America are white
(O'Hare 1996). In 1990, 72.9 percent
of those living in poverty in
rural areas in the United States
were white. 



 More than one in five poor children in America live in a rural
area, but when media or policymakers discuss poverty, they
usually talk about the city. When the Communication Consortium
Media Center examined more than 1,400 newspaper articles
on federal welfare reform several years ago, not one article
dealt with the issue in rural areas.While poverty exists in both
urban and rural areas, the characteristics of those living in
poverty in these two places are
distinctly different. Not only
do rural areas have consistently
higher rates of poverty
than urban places, but those
living in poverty in rural areas
are more likely to be white
and living in two-adult households.
 From LIFE: “In a lonely valley in eastern Kentucky, in the heart of the mountainous region
called Appalachia, live an impoverished people whose plight has long been ignored by affluent
America. Their homes are shacks without plumbing or sanitation. Their landscape is a manmade desolation of corrugated hills and hollows laced with polluted streams. The people,
themselves — often disease-ridden and unschooled — are without jobs and even without hope.
Government relief and handouts of surplus food have sustained them on a bare subsistence
level for so many years that idleness and relief are now their accepted way of life.”
In the North Central region, the rural poor are even more
likely to be white, comprising
in 1993 more than 90 percent
of those in rural poverty, with
African Americans comprising
3.7 percent and Native

Americans 2.9 percent.








.Without Appalachia - NYTimes.comThe majority of those living in poverty in both urban and rural areas are not minorities. Forty-eight percent of those living in poverty in America are white (O'Hare 1996). In 1990, 72.9 percent of those living in poverty in rural areas in the United States were white (RSS Task Force 1993:32). In the North Central region, the rural poor are even more likely to be white, comprising in 1993 more than 90 percent of those in rural poverty, with African Americans comprising 3.7 percent and Native Americans 2.9 percent..


"They didn’t go for the white half of Obama in the Apps!!!

But we need to bring those people into the fold, too!!! Clearly, the poor Whites in America need support and understanding. We do need to look more at class based remedies to social solutions. But some of those people need to realize, the rich politicians only need their support during election time.
Logistically, the Republican rural poor have far fewer prospects, says Allard. "They have to commute great distances to find a job. Many don't have cars, and there is no public transportation. Because the distance is difficult and there are far fewer job opportunities, they face an opportunity deficit."
Rural flight is also an issue. Many young adults, unable to find jobs or concerned about future opportunities, have fled to cities and suburbs. Left in their wake are communities with a disproportionately aging population. Health care demands rise, property values plummet, schools have trouble finding good teachers, and the cycle continues and even worsens. (source: Christianity Today)





They need to “recognize”!!!!!"
And that’s what I like about the “South”, say the POLS–who by “south” mean IGNORANT POOR WHITES subjugated to the POLS in exchange for CRUMBS.
Southern “Blacks” got WISE to this SCAM and rejected it for something HEALTHIER–Barack Obama as President. HE will serve the interests of ALL the People, including poor whites. THEN maybe they’ll GET WISE to how they have BEEN HAD by the “WHITE GOD” w/ forked tongue.
— DrNova

*The quotation, as attributed to Marie Antoinette, was claimed to have been uttered during one of the famines that occurred in France during the reign of her husband, Louis XVI. Upon being alerted that the people were suffering due to widespread bread shortages, the Queen is said to have replied, "Then let them eat brioche."[4] Although this anecdote was never cited by opponents of the monarchy at the time of the French Revolution, it did acquire great symbolic importance in subsequent histories when pro-revolutionary historians sought to demonstrate the obliviousness and selfishness of the French upper-classes at that time. As one biographer of the Queen notes, it was a particularly useful phrase to cite because "the staple food of the French peasantry and the working class was bread, absorbing 50 per cent of their income, as opposed to 5 per cent on fuel; the whole topic of bread was therefore the result of obsessional national interest.

PROBLEM:  ALGEBRA BY THIRD GRADE As Bob Moses, founder of the Algebra Project also does, I too, see algebra as the leading cause of high school and college drop out rates.  The pressure of trying to pass Algebra somehow transforms or metabolizes into Prisoner's working for free on jobs they weren't allowed to come to in the free market. This is why, like Robert Moses, I see the withholding of algebra early on as a civil rights issue. Accomplished intentionally via CORPORATE CAPITALISM. Corporate capitalism has been criticized for the amount of power and influence corporations and large business interest groups have over government policy, including the policies of regulatory agencies and influencing political campaigns and education in America.  Accomplished by divide and conquer/rule a way of keeping yourself in a position of power by making the people under you disagree with each other so that they are unable to join together and remove you from your position A small minority have continued to govern by a policy of divide and conquer.  SOLUTION:  ALGEBRA OUR WAY TODAY By Introducing baby to algebra as early as the baby shower via algebra themed baby beginnings, such as: mobiles, room plaques, pacifiers and other baby algebra paraphernalia, we inundate baby with the message that algebra is important to baby and family tradition.  Baby algebra uses pictures and key words to help Baby to generalize and grasp algebra concepts. Therefore, we can think our way through the stepping-stones called tests.  While Colors and images react. Colors with one side of the brain, images with the other side of the brain, together, create and complete the learning process inherent at birth. WALLA! Baby does algebra. Algebra is Art!
ALGEBRA OUR WAY TODAY:http://bookstore.xlibris.com/Products/SKU-0112143017/Baby-Algebra-For-Baby-and-You.aspxIntroducing baby to algebra as early as the baby shower via algebra themed baby beginnings, such as:mobiles, room plaques, pacifiers and other baby algebra paraphernalia,we inundate baby with the message that algebra is important to baby and family tradition.Baby algebra uses pictures and key words to help Baby to generalize and grasp algebra concepts. Therefore we can think our way through the stepping stones called tests. Colors and images react . Colors with one side of the brain, images with the other side of the brain, together create and complete the learning process inherent at birth . WALLA! Baby does algebra.
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