Sunday, August 13, 2017


We had a wonderful Show planned and then the WHITE SUPREMACISTS decided to attack in Virginia. So we shifted our focus and did some digging we bring you this show on brotherhood

We will feature Brook Hines recent journalistic investigations and we will discuss the evil of those who would ethnically and racially "purge" this country of all the immigrants

Then we will hear from the UF President discussing welcoming white supremacists and taliban and cannibals to lecture at the campus.
The a speech of Dr. Kings

PNN Brotherhood & Sisterhood Show
Brook Hines & Fred Barr - Movement Mentality

1. Chanting "blood and soil,” “white lives matter”
   and “you will not replace us,” scores of white nationalists
   holding torches marched across the University of Virginia campus
   in Charlottesville on Friday night.

   Scuffles broke out between them and a small group of
   counter-protesters calling themselves “anti-fascists” who
   were surrounded as they demonstrated in advance of Saturday’s
   “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, which is expected
   to be one of the largest far-right gatherings in the U.S.
   in at least a decade.


2. In memory of Heather Heyer
   who lost her life opposing RACISM

3. Give me your tired your poor
   your huddled masses yearning to breathe free
   the wretched refuse of your teeming shore
   send these the homeless tempest tossed to me
   I lift my lamp beside the GOLDEN DOOR


4. White-nationalist group that influenced alleged Charleston shooter is subsidized by American taxpayers Council of Conservative Citizens is 'social welfare' an organization that pays no federal taxes

   Alleged Charleston gunman Dylann Roof wrote that he was never the same after discovering a website with “pages upon pages of these brutal black on white murders.”

   The pages that left Roof in disbelief were the product of a white-nationalist group subsidized by American taxpayers.

   The Council of Conservative Citizens Inc. is listed by the Internal Revenue Service as a nonprofit organization that promotes social welfare, also known as a 501(c)(4).
   Such groups pay no federal taxes, a form of government subsidy.

   The council is now under fire for allegedly inspiring racial hatred in Roof, a 21-year-old high school dropout. He is charged with nine counts of murder.

   Tax-exempt social welfare groups are supposed to “primarily promote the common good and general welfare of the people of the community as a whole,” according to IRS documents.

   The Council of Conservative Citizens explains on its website that its members believe “that the American people and government should remain European in their composition and character….
   We also oppose all efforts to mix the races of mankind.”

   Groups that espouse hate can be stripped of their tax-exempt status, said Marcus Owens, who ran the IRS’s exempt organizations division in the 1990s. That happened to the neo-Nazi group
   National Alliance in 1982. The Council of Conservative Citizens has been identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “notorious, racist hate group.”

   However, Owens says Republicans in Congress have made it virtually impossible for the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt status of political groups after the recent, so-called tea party scandal. Republicans criticized the IRS for what they said was  the inexcusable targeting of conservative 501(c)(4)s. And the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration said the agency had employed “inappropriate criteria” in scrutinizing some groups’ tax-exemption applications.

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