Friday, August 19, 2005

Connecticut Segregation 101

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Anyone questioning ethics and accountability of officials is maliciously investigated and prosecuted.

Ernest "Ernie" Newton, an African American elected official in Connecticut questioned police tactics and ethics. He proposed fixing the problem.

Next thing you know Newton is being investigated and taken down.

Most politicians have something to hide and anyone not playing ball is ripe for a take down in Corruptikut.

Police officers in Connecticut are fired or demoted based on race and gender, too often.

Gay bashing seems to be a good sport for officers on officers, based on how Connecticut State Police Internal Affairs handles the issue.

Prosecutors and Judges also face no punishment for violating your civil rights and breaking laws. If you are a minority, or poor in Connecticut, a judge can tell you without your ability to consult a lawyer, to take a deal, whether you are guilty or not, or get much worse punishment.

That is as unconstitutional as you can get. A Connecticut Judge that does this is still a judge and still doing this even after it was widely reported in newspapers.

Minorities and poor often get criminal records, guilty or not, that cripple families and their children for life.

Eminent Domain is used to displace poorer residents for richer ones. Should the sign into Connecticut read, “Rich Caucasians ONLY, all others go away?”

Drug laws are used to keep residents separate and unequal. The schools are obviously segregated, separate and unequal.

Those helping the economy in depressed neighborhoods that are helping minorities and the poorer residents have are punished to keep the Jim Crow System no longer law on the books, but just covert policy.

By police refusing to offer protection and service, by overly enforcing laws against those helping minorities and the poor with housing and daily needs, by digging through financial records having a barbecue for the smallest mistake, blocking access, allowing drug and alcohol abuse, and other crimes to discourage customers, etc, police, prosecutors, judges, and elected officials can keep the down and out, down and out.

Drive into a rich suburban neighborhood and if you look like you don’t belong it will be about 30 seconds until you have a cop behind you looking for a reason to pull you over.

Call the police from a rich, suburban neighborhood, and get prompt, respectful, and thorough protection and service.

Call from a “bad neighborhood” and get threatened by police for reporting crimes, and hear how rude and disrespectful you can be treated by an official paid with your tax dollars.

They’ll refuse to protect and serve if you call from a downtown area or the “Red Zone” area on maps that aren’t supposed to exist for realtors and police, but they do. Loans don’t get written and residents are considered not good enough to get services and respect.

It is unofficial policy in Connecticut to go after the self-employed, landlords, contractors, independent bars and liquor store owners, mom and pop shops, etc. to get rid of riffraff, white trash, and minorities.

Citizens are then dependent on corporations and their corrupt government cronies.

Officials don’t want there to be a quality of life in downtown areas as those deemed less desirable need to be blocked from the good jobs and good neighborhoods. Allowing self-employment and small business in these areas would allow citizens to get the social skills and financial ability to move into the white suburban home and work world.

Allowing children to drink and drug themselves to addiction, crime, dropping out of school, an early death, or as life long criminal parasites, keeps government growing and segregation as any Mr. Jim Crow fan would like.

Fostering self-employment, small businesses in all neighborhoods, fairness, and accountability of police, prosecutors, judges, and elected officials to a code of ethics, obeying laws, and to serve the public’s best interest, will only improve the economy by producing more taxpayers happy with their lives and the system of government.

Yes we can all live together and get along.

Let’s demand that our government act in our best interest by not dividing us, breaking up our families, and taking all they can get away with.


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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

RHODE ISLAND IS JUST AS BAD!!

If Connecticut is corrupt, Rhode Island is HYPER-corrupt, [and hyper-racist].

M. Abernathy

Sunday, August 21, 2005 10:11:00 AM  
Blogger The Stark Raving Viking said...

Comment made at 7:23 AM Aug 23, 2005:

There was quite a big stink in RI and many were implicated.

Gov. Rowland, a few of his cronies, and maybe less that a partial one percent of the actually corrupt officials got nailed.

Rhode Island may have been or is still run Mafia style.

But corruption in Connecticut is so deep, Connecticut just might be the Mafia ...

Connecticut has more money, more victims, and more geographic area to abuse the land and its people.

Thank you for commenting anonymous, although I think Rhode Island has had or is still having a corruption prblem, it is epidemic in Connecticut, or should I say Corruptikut?

Tuesday, August 23, 2005 7:27:00 AM  
Blogger The Stark Raving Viking said...

Sorry ...
you're not anonymous, M. Abernathy.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005 7:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"But corruption in Connecticut is so deep, Connecticut just might be the Mafia ..."

You've hit the nail on the head. That is the problem in Connecticut. The thing is that people are so scared to talk that they don't. But many, many people in Connecticut know that the mafia has their hands dipped into everything in Connecticut.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006 9:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The DCF enforces drug turf in Hartford Connecticut and in other Connecticut cities. The mob owners of rental properties and the cops all get their cuts.

The stories are just starting to scratch the surface in the Hartford Courant and Journal Inquirer.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006 5:04:00 PM  

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