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Viva La France!

In Communication, Griot, Movies, Networking, News, Politics, Self Improvement on November 20, 2015 at 8:11 am

puttin-on-the-ritzSometimes life hands you rays of sunshine and today is one.
Paris caught the culprit and the terror invoked us to love.

Who’d have thought? When their intentions were to serve up divisiveness and hate?
The mere fact that NATIONS are focusing on “terroristic acts” ensures the terrors, one fate.

So many nations up their whoozah and in their face — no glory for any side to boast or floss.
Though the point “Screw with us & we’ll ‘disable your joints‘, seems to be the general cost.

France found the culprit and they did more than give him a disability jolt.
They took their terror to Abaaoud’s door, shot him and then his cousin blew a hole in the flo.’

Sharp shooters took him out from far away just as police were busting in.
The cousin strapped with a suicide vest and an automatic clip — began to start up her end.

She fired off a few rounds and a female French police officer went down.
Then Abaaoud’s cousin blew herself up, because she knew the law was finna’ clown.

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UPDATE! UPDATE! THIS JUST IN:
The female cousin may not have been the bomber, just his kin.

The story is still evolving and your girl Qui is watching updates.
The Parisian law will evaluate the cost and piece together events of yesterday.

And they are. No resident – dead or alive – will be hid.
Parisian tally: 2 terrorists meet their eternal exit. Life: rid.

8 others were rounded up. I reckon they were found in the rubble.
So what did we learn? Yes, fire does burn and “cutting up” isn’t worth the trouble.

Now, if you’re blue
And you don’t know where to go to
Why don’t you go where fashion sits
Puttin’ on the Ritz

That goes double for Paris and be sure to have your “good behavior hat” on.
Live happy and safe and sing the words of the ritzy song.

But if anyone should find themselves, at any point, wanting to do something different —
“thoughts of terroristic acts to commit” – is not what you want to simmer and sit in.

I suggest the “fake it -’til you make it‘ grin. Do whatever you need to do
to make it through, to live a good long life and reap a long and sweet adieu.
Ooo.

Live in the “make peace”  lane or don’t even come to Washington, DC or New York.
I’m Qui
Taking a lesson from Paris? Oui! Resist terrorizing and maintain a beating heart.

Stay tuned to the terror attacks that are currently going on in Mali too.
Regardless of what others are doing, PRAY for them and yearn not to ‘do what they do.’

PS..Recently I saw a movie trailor of which the name I am reclined,
 Victor Frankenstein is COMING; thus this jam was on my mind.

They had their feet on the concrete Saturday

In Communication, Griot, Networking, Politics, Self Improvement on October 11, 2015 at 11:02 am

…and it felt good. The Yahoo headline that reflected and heralded the annual historic moment was:

Spirit of family reunion marks Million Man March anniversary
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WASHINGTON (AP)Black men and women joyously returned to the National Mall on Saturday for the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, calling for changes in policing and in black communities amid an atmosphere almost like a family reunion.

Waving flags, carrying signs and listening to speeches and songs, people mingled as they wove their way through security barricades and around loudspeakers and souvenir vendors at the U.S. Capitol and down the Mall on a sunny, breezy day.

For some, it was a return to Washington after the Million Man March on Oct. 16, 1995, and a chance to expose their children to the same positive experience the first march represented to them.

This is a very special moment for me. Twenty years ago, I was by myself,” said Joey Davis, 47, of Detroit, who was setting up chairs for his family near the Capitol’s reflecting pool. “And 20 years later, I come back with my wife and five children. And so I like to think that over the last 20 years I’ve been doing my part in keeping the promise of the spirit of the original Million Man March.”

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, who spearheaded the original march, called the anniversary gathering the “Justice or Else” march. Many speakers asked the crowd to chant that slogan during the day.

Farrakhan, in a wide-ranging speech that lasted for more than 2 hours, called for more responsibility in the black community for inner-city killings and for the government to investigate recent high-profile killings of unarmed African-American men and women.

There must come a time when we say enough is enough,” the 82-year-old Farrakhan said… continue connecting with this article.

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I am happy to hear what has transpired; what a momentous historic rendition.
The Million Man March is 20-years strong; a well worth-it, self improving tradition.

It has been our communities mission to emphasize unity and looking beyond “me.”
The message is working and generation lurking. Look at the youth that showed up in DC.

Ooo Wee. Thank God for good tradition and Hip! Hip! Hooray!
I’m Qui
A “happy in my soul” she because They had their feet on the concrete Saturday.