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  • mediahandlers 10:19 am on September 14, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Danilo, , ground troops, , Jordan, , new jordan, Patricia Wiggins, politics, respect others, , society, , Trench,   

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    Patricia Wiggins, MM • Wow, Danilo. Your post sounds very angry and frustrated. To some extent I understand why. But is not really fair that you paint everyone with that brush. I believe w all have a part in the solution. Yours is TV, others are on the ground in the trenches working with the kids this original question was about; others are advocates and policy makers. No one way is the right or only way. So you know, I informed someone about you. I don’t know if he will follow through but he knows


    No not angry at all passionate, that’s a part of what we keep forgetting, its time to be passionate

    then we would not worry if a person seems angry, because those that don’t care wont even engage in conversation like this, funny thing is that’s your sentiments is that of most white’s tend to say to young blacks that wants to stand up for something and now we are beginning to used it on each other.


    “others are on the ground in the trenches working with the kids this original question was about;


    Right, but when all is said and done those kids go home and are influenced by TV, asked them to repeat what you asked them the last time the ground troops where in the trenches working at the next meeting, then ask them whens the new Jordan‘s coming out, what is the latest cell phone, who is there favor entertainer, and there is my point proven,when you say working, like what we do is less work then being in your trenches with the kids, wasn’t it you that told the young faith believer to refrain from judging you, but you just did the same thing, oh I guess its better in your delivery.


    I too have worked in the trenches with the kids for over 10 years and traveled America with dare to resist drugs and violence organization and many years on my own through choreography, a teacher is to teach not to be rich, we most learn to play our position and respect others,


    I wanted to be rich and teach, I think you already understand that being an entrepreneur is a lifestyle change and not just something to talk about or rally around and have meetings over, being a child of the Hip Hop generation, we learned to work with anyone that lent a helping hand no matter black or white, drug dealer, drug user, fireman, policeman and or politicians because it was a true movement, and by gaining awareness, money and power all through the power of media we invoked change not only in America but in to the whole world , for the first time in Americas history we have more black semi-millionaires then every before, change comes with many prices but starts with a common denominator.


    News flash the other, advocates and policy makers (politicians) , look for support and get there message and money how by being on TV, building a bigger base of awareness, but when we don’t respect the the positions we were given, then we can’t respect the positions that we have in each other to the chain that binds all of us black people together, we worry about the wrong things when it come to working with each other, that’s a part of why we don’t truly get any where as a group where power really lives, because the ones that so called made it, had to do it with out us.  

  • mediahandlers 11:55 pm on September 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Abortion, , Black, Black Genocide, , , , , , History, , Planned Parenthood, politics,   

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    Black Genocide is helped by our Young Black Youth killing each other.

    I started doing research on What I was calling Black Genocide which I call Black on Black Killing to find out there is a bigger plan out there. To save a lot of words please watch this report and then comment. – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZrot0Z_drs&feature=related – Eugenics Planned parenthood and Black Genocide all have the same goal the elimination of the Black Race.

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    Danilo Handlers Response:

    Patricia Wiggins, MM • @Maurice, I believe we should continually inform but it is a choice. Maybe we are not presenting the information in a way that those who need to hear will understand what we see and have seen for so long,

    Maybe that’s where we should start our conversation, on the future, so we can re-educate and inform about our pass.

    BRAVO the best statement so far, i try to do just that on my channel but its the hardest thing to get black people to stop being self-centered and join me on worldwide television and engage in truth conversation, 9 time out of 10 i don’t even hear back from them,

    everyone keeps saying (we’ve got to have our own), i do and its the hardest thing to work with our own black entrepreneur and for that manner entertainment artist as well, our people don’t even understand the important of a black person who own a A Digital Entertainment Broadcast Company because its not screaming what they think we should be broadcasting, i an learning to inform, educate, preserve & entertain with no help from our people, and please remember i am an entrepreneur and money must be made in-order to keep this company running (real talk)

    The funnest thing is that every other races understand that and wants inclusion so what happen to a fairly young black entrepreneur that has spent 10 years growing a business that was supposed to be For US,BY US, Television is the most important part of delivering information and we want to hold our information in and be selfish and self-centered with each other but share it with these corporate company’s for free, sorry linkedin, you tube, face book, twitter, and we cant get this conversation going on,on a system owned by someone just like you.. that’s the problem (crabs in a barrel) stay blessed….  

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  • mediahandlers 11:22 pm on August 22, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Barack Obama, , georgetown law, health care decisions, Human Life Amendment, Missouri Senate, , , politics, rape victims, , Romney, rush limbaugh, Todd Akin   

    There is a clear choice for women in this election: Stand with President Obama. 


    In a recent statement that was both factually inaccurate and horribly offensive, Republican Missouri Senate candidate Rep. Todd Akin said that victims of “legitimate rape” don’t get pregnant because “the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.”
    Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan tried to distance themselves from the remark — but the fact is they’re in lockstep with Akin on the major women’s health issues of our time. Just this morning, the Republican Party voted to include the “Human Life Amendment” in their platform, calling for a constitutional ban on abortions nationwide, even for rape victims. Several Romney supporters and advisers stood silently by while this vote took place, and the Los Angeles Times reports that the platform “was written at the direction of Romney’s campaign.”

    President Obama spoke out in response to Akin’s comments: “What I think these comments do underscore is why we shouldn’t have a bunch of politicians, a majority of whom are men, making health care decisions on behalf of women.”

    This controversy is not an accident, or a mistake, or an isolated incident. It’s a reflection of a Republican Party whose policies are dangerous for women.

    There is a clear choice for women in this election: Stand with President Obama.

    I entered this national debate on women’s rights in February, when, as a Georgetown Law student, I testified before members of Congress on the issue of contraception.

    Without knowing me or my story, Rush Limbaugh called me a “slut” and a “prostitute” on his radio show.

    Many Americans stepped forward to tell me they agreed with me, and supported my right to speak out without being verbally attacked. President Obama stood with us.

    Mitt Romney, on the other hand? He didn’t even condemn the remark, instead saying only: “It’s not the language I would have used.”

    Since that moment, I’m even more resolved to continue the fight to make sure every single woman — and every man who cares about the women in his life — knows exactly what’s at stake in this election. The Republicans are frighteningly clear on these issues.

    The party platform itself includes a “salute” to states that have pushed “informed consent” laws, such as those that force women seeking an abortion to first undergo an invasive and medically unnecessary ultrasound.

    Just last year, Paul Ryan joined Todd Akin and more than 200 other Republicans in co-sponsoring legislation that would have narrowed the definition of rape, limiting which victims of rape were “legitimate” enough to receive financial assistance for access to abortion care.

    Mitt Romney famously says he would “get rid of” Planned Parenthood if he had the chance. And both Romney and Ryan pledge to go back to a system where insurance companies can discriminate against women and charge us more than men for the same health insurance.

    Akin’s comments shouldn’t be surprising. But this isn’t about him — just like it was never about me.

    President Obama has told us what he’s fighting for: “I want women to control their own health choices, just like I want my daughters to have the same opportunities as your sons.”

    Republicans, led by Romney and Ryan, have made it clear that they want to make our decisions for us.

    President Obama trusts us to make our own.

    It’s as simple as that. Join me and stand with him today:



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