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Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 2:16pm On Aug 17
I saw the devil and he had Black skin. And he looked just like you and I and Satan walked among the sons of God. And many did not know he was satan.
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 2:25pm On Aug 19
Rise of the Pagan World Order

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Symbol education
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POLITICS  ELECTION 2020

How Kamala Harris’s Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Sisters Sprang to ActionCalifornia senator’s VP pick created ‘sheer excitement,’ says a Texas lawmaker and AKA member. It is ‘mountainous.’

Sen. Kamala Harris, center, at the AKA’s Pink Ice Gala in Columbia, S.C., in 2019.PHOTO: ELIJAH NOUVELAGE/BLOOMBERG NEWS

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Valerie Bauerlein

Updated Aug. 18, 2020 11:40 am ET

When Sen. Kamala Harris was called “too ambitious” by critics during the vice-presidential vetting process, Glenda Glover sent a tersely worded letter to the Biden team. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. exists to encourage Black women to achieve, wrote the president of Tennessee State University and AKA president.

“That’s our trademark, that’s our hallmark,” Dr. Glover said. “That’s why I got so wound up about it.”

Ms. Harris is one of the 300,000 members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, a century-old organization of Black women with a record of social and political activism. It is among the Divine 9, the historic Black fraternities and sororities of the National Pan-Hellenic Council who count more than a million members, most of whom stay active through the rest of their postgraduation lives.

Presidential nominee Joe Biden needs to boost turnout, particularly among Black voters. Black voters support Mr. Biden over President Trump by a margin of 88% to 8%, according to a recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.

Sen. Kamala Harris, then a Democratic presidential hopeful, posed with a sorority sister in North Charleston, S.C., in 2019.PHOTO: ELIJAH NOUVELAGE/REUTERS

Black fraternities and sororities are one network to help generate excitement and boost Black voter turnout, which fell to 59.6% in 2016 from a record 66.6% in 2012 when President Barack Obama ran for re-election, according to the Pew Research Center.


Ms. Harris recently wore a pink blazer and a pearl pin in the shape of an ivy leaf, the sorority symbol, at a “Taking Our Seat at the Table” virtual town hall organized by AKA on Facebook. She was on a panel with Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas and a half-dozen other congresswomen who are members of AKA, including Rep. Alma Adams of North Carolina and Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, both Democrats.

Ms. Harris told the members of her “esteemed and beloved sorority” who were watching the live stream that she felt their presence when she was in meetings with people of power. She said she remains particularly close to the 37 women she pledged with as an undergraduate at Howard University, the historically-Black college in Washington, D.C., where AKA was founded in 1908.

Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris spoke at their first public appearance as Democratic running mates Wednesday. Biden highlighted Harris’s diverse background, and Harris laid out their policy plans. Photo: Carolyn Kaster/Associated Press

“To have the sorority there as part of who you are really is a source of not only comfort but of support,” she said. “Always.”

The event drew 82,000 views.





As I have pointed out you dont rise no where on Earth unless you are a member of a pagan cult. Now all the while Senator Harris was Attorney General she rail roaded innocent Blackmen creating distraction for Catholic priests child defiliers. This they have to do to get into Congress because the Jesuits control Congress through secret treaty with the U.S government. So these Boule Black women some even invest in private prison stock. All slavery was started by pagan cults. If you go back to Pres. Bill Clinton who mass Incarcerated millions of Blacks he did so while enjoying membership in a Black fraternity. These people dont end White Supremacy or injustices they thrive on it.



I saw the devil and he had Black skin

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Rome is church of Satan and church of Satan is Rome
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I saw the devil and he had Black skin
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 1:44am On Aug 21
Name them devils or suffer the wrath of change
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 2:09pm On Aug 21
The devil is a lie.
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George Fraud
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'Bigger than life': George Floyd known for big heart, good works, struggles with drugs, crime

Minneapolis man beloved by family and friends struggled with drugs, served jail time

 This undated handout photo provided by Christopher Harris shows George Floyd. The mayor of Minneapolis called Wednesday, May 27, 2020, for criminal charges to be filed against officer Derek Chauvin, who is seen on video kneeling against the neck of ...

By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times - Sunday, June 7, 2020

In death, George Perry Floyd Jr. has become a civil rights martyr and a catalyst for social justice. In life, he was a mass of contradictions.

At his best, “Perry” was a beloved family man and standout athlete who rededicated his life to Christ after running afoul of the law, a community leader in Houston’s rough 3rd Ward and doting dad to his precious 6-year-old daughter, Gianna.

[Pics] Couple doesn’t understand why pic has thousands of comments, then they look closerWorldlifestyle

 

At his worst, Mr. Floyd was a drug addict and ex-con who did hard time for a 2007 robbery in which he terrorized a Hispanic woman who was at home with a baby, and absentee parent to his older children, one of whom didn’t recognize him when his photo appeared two weeks ago on television.

Patrick “P.T.” Ngwolo, an elder at the inner-city Christian mission Resurrection Houston, may have put it best when he said Mr. Floyd, who stood somewhere between 6 feet, 4 inches and 6 feet, 7 inches was “larger than life.”

“Mr. Floyd was a person who was what we call in the neighborhood an OG, somebody who had been through the wars, who had made the mistakes and who was able to go back to a generation and say, ‘Hey, guys, this is the way you ought to move, this is how you ought to do it,’” Mr. Ngwolo told Fox News.

He said Floyd used his status as an “OG,” or “original gangster,” to help the church make inroads in the Cuney Homes public housing complex, also known as “the Bricks,” by reaching out to neighbors, participating in basketball tournaments and setting up chairs and tables for services every fifth Sunday.

If not for George Floyd, he said, “my ministry would not exist.”

Mr. Floyd quickly became the face of the social justice struggle when he died May 25 after a Minneapolis police officer knelt for nearly nine minutes on his neck while arresting the 46-year-old for allegedly passing a phony $20 bill.



 

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The Hennepin County medical examiner has ruled his death a homicide, and former Officer Derek Chauvin and three others have been charged.

At a memorial service in Minneapolis, his brother Philonise Floyd said that “everybody loved George.” His cousin Shareeduh Tate called him “this great big giant” who “always made people feel like they were special.”

“When I was trying to make headway in the neighborhood, I needed some allies, somebody who would introduce me to people, would allow the ministry to happen in the neighborhood with relative safety, and who was loved, admired and respected in the community,” said Mr. Ngwolo. “The Bible would call that a person of peace, and I would describe George Floyd as a person of peace.”

Those who knew him 20 years earlier might disagree. In 1997, he was arrested on a charge of possession of less than 1 ounce of cocaine. It was the first of eight arrests on drug and theft charges that culminated in the 2007 robbery of a woman’s home in Harris County, according to records posted by the [U.K.] Daily Mail.

The woman, who was home with a one-year-old girl, “tentatively identified defendant George Floyd” as one of the men who forced his way into her home by pretending to work for the water department, pointed a gun at her abdomen, and forced her into the living room. The men took jewelry and her cellphone before leaving.

Mr. Floyd served five years and was released in 2014. He joined Resurrection Houston and became involved with Roxie Washington, who gave birth to their daughter, Gianna. Three years ago, he moved to Minneapolis in what his aunt Angela Harrelson, who lives there, described to the Los Angeles Times as an effort to “make a fresh start.”

In Minneapolis, he dated Courteney Ross, who has told media outlets that she was his fiancee. He worked at one point as a bouncer at the Conga Latin Bistro.

“Everybody loved Floyd,” Jovanni Thunstrom, his employer at the bistro, told KARE-11. “We all have good memories of him.”

It’s unclear whether Mr. Floyd started using drugs again after leaving Houston, or whether he ever stopped, but his autopsy report said fentanyl and evidence of methamphetamine use were in his system.

Conservative pundit Candace Owens, who is black, posted a video last week in which she criticized activists for lionizing Mr. Floyd. In the black community, she said, “it has become extremely fashionable for us to martyr criminals.”

She emphasized that she was not defending Mr. Chauvin. “Everybody agrees what he did was wrong,” she said, but she criticized those who wanted to “make [Mr. Floyd] the modern Martin Luther King Jr.”

“This is a man that had drugs on him, was using counterfeit bills and was high, and went into a store and the police were subsequently called,” Ms. Owens said.


Police Federation of Minneapolis President Bob Kroll said in a letter last week that Mr. Floyd had a “violent criminal history.” He said the media “will not air this” and accused politicians of scapegoating officers overwhelmed by the protests and rioting.

Born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, in 1973, Mr. Floyd grew up in a poor but loving family, according to his brothers and relatives, who remembered fondly the man known as “Perry,” “Big Floyd” and “Big George.”

After his parents divorced, his mother, Larcenia “Cissy” Jones Floyd, moved the family to Houston. As a single mother, she was known for preparing enormous meals for her strapping sons and feeding any neighborhood children who were hungry.

The family could not afford a washing machine or dryer — the boys washed their underwear and socks in the sink and dried them in the oven — but George Floyd had a way of making people feel special.

“Guys that were doing drugs, like smokers and homeless people, you couldn’t tell, because when you spoke to George, they felt like they were the president,” Philonise Floyd said at the memorial service. “Because that’s how he makes you feel. He was a powerful, man, he had a way with words, he could always make you jump and go, all of the time.”

“Big George” was a talented football and basketball player at Yates High School and received a scholarship to play at what was then South Florida Community College. He left in 1995 before earning his degree, the Houston Chronicle reported. His first arrest was two years later.

Multiple media outlets have said he had three children, although Ms. Tate said at the memorial service that he had five children and a granddaughter. He apparently lost touch with his children Quincy Mason Floyd and Connie Floyd, who moved to Bryan, Texas, with their mother 15 years ago.

“I didn’t recognize who it was until Mom called and told me,” Quincy Mason Floyd told KBTX-TV. “She said, ‘Do you know who that guy was?’ I said no. She said, ‘That’s your father.’”

Even so, he and his sister said they were pleased by the local protest march against police brutality and in favor of social justice spurred by their father’s death.

“I’m really excited about all this,” said Quincy Floyd. “Everyone is coming out and showing him love. I love this. My heart is really touched by all this.”

After Mr. Floyd left for Minneapolis, Mr. Ngwolo said, he kept in touch with his friends in Houston and encouraged them to do their best and keep the faith.

“The person I met was somebody who was on their journey toward growing in their faith in Christ and, more importantly, impacting the people he was near and dear to,” said Mr. Ngwolo. “We’ve got text messages of him even while he was in Minnesota encouraging people, ‘Keep doing what you’re doing.’”

One message stuck with Mr. Ngwolo: “There was one text message in particular that said, ‘Keep doing what you’re doing, I’m going to be back in June.’ Tragically, he didn’t make it to June. But we’re thankful for his life.”

It could be said that he did return to Houston, albeit not in the way that anybody would have wanted. A public visitation for George Floyd will be held Monday at the Fountains of Praise in Houston. A private funeral is scheduled for Tuesday.

An earlier version of this article said that George Floyd was convicted in 2007 for the aggravated robbery of a pregnant black woman. Court documents show that the woman, Aracely Henriquez, was at home with a one-year-old girl, but do not say whether she was black or pregnant. The article has been updated to reflect this.

• This story is based in part on wire service reports.




If a Black man doesnt have a criminal record they will give him one. This includes Blacks who apart of the system of hate. These same people support criminals because George Floyd fits the profile of someone they like holding guns to the belly of pregnant women. A psychopath.


They are really saying gay lives Matter because all of them are gays.

Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 7:00pm On Aug 23
Call them by their father's name Holy Quran 33:5
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 10:47pm On Aug 23
Caution look both ways grin


novus ordo seclorum

Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 11:21pm On Aug 24
They are the sons of Jewish slave masters via Negro Bed Wenches
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 11:42pm On Aug 24
Closet homosexuals occupy every field including medical, police, and military. America is a closeted gay society that has come out under gay marriage. Black Lives Matter all about legalizing pedophilia. This is being dictated by a world council of pagans.

Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 10:49am On Aug 25
Find the hidden pattern
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 1:44am On Aug 26
Jacob Blake another fake police killing unarmed Blackman. So you now know the Black secret societies are working with the White secret societies to pull this off. Jacob is a Jewish name. grin

Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 11:17am On Aug 26
The devil is a lie and a pervert.
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George Fraud
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I saw the devil and he had Black skin
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Name them devils or suffer the wrath of change
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 1:42am On Aug 27
Wake up out your slumber
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See for yourself
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I saw the devil and he had Black skin

Followed by the Jew both steep in sin
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Name them devils or suffer the wrath of change

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Symbol education
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Remember always see for yourself and never believe what you hear. Yet even then believe only half of what you see!
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 4:30pm On Aug 28
Black Lives Matter is a pagan cult with homosexual agenda.
Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 5:40pm On Aug 28
Coincidence is not congruence. Or is it? grin

Re: The Hidden Hand Behind George Floyd's Freemasonic Sacrifice & Funeral by TheBedWench: 7:13pm On Aug 28
Here is Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors-Kkan and her wife Jayana Khan. Pagan same sex marriages started with Blacks although they blame the start of this perversion on White people. People are shameless liars, however there are those Black homosexual Africans who would admit this that homosexuality wasn't a colonial import rather a proud tradition. Christian Evangelicalism and European sodomy laws was forced upon Africans who out of shame hide their traditions under the mask of Christianity. So I now know there are many gay Africans with traditional support for this nasty pagan culture of Black Lives Matter.


Wake up out your slumber I have.


I caught on to that. It's the rise of the Pagan World Order.

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