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(The Sherlene Opinion)

 

 

For Immediate Release 

 

9/24:  Announcement: There will be no new news post shared on SNMB Newsfeed (website or social pages) Friday and Saturday.

 

Well, I have given the Invite ... September 25th: Basic Income March in your community or Washington, D.C. Don’t miss it---


My Sermon/Speech Topic: I Want To Remind You: You Refer To Poverty as the Little Problem.
      I want to remind you that your "little problem" is actually a big
      problem that citizens are experiencing all across this country, all  
      across the world--a planet that we call home.


WHY I AM SHOWING UP TO DC MARCH
[a 160-year-old Eastern Shore MD family, the ancestors want to remind D.C.]  Although I wasn’t there, my large maternal family was introduced to poverty back in 1933 - an ongoing cultural norm in a rural town on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. It was when Dept. of Human Resources (DHR) officially was named Social Services Administration (SSA). And out of appreciation, respect and pride of this country, most of us have served in the military or worked in government. That’s why I am going because I didn’t know such realities. BECAUSE I lived with my custodial father William and my maternal grandmother Nora, a middle-income household. And because of my upbringing, I didn't know what public welfare was, or how valuable it is to those who experience short-term or long-term poverty every day of their lives.

 

Here's Proof iof the Long-Standing Claim that Our Government Didn't Want Us To Know: Anywhere's local, state, Social Services is actually the local, federal agency, ... Social Security Administration.

 

Research Link of Historical Year


WHY I SUPPORT THE NECESSITY OF UBI

White House/Congress Approves Budgets-->Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-->Local Housing Authorities

 

White House/Congress Approves Budgets-->Social Security Administration (SSA)-->Local, States' Social Services


Q. Why is this march/rally so important to you, personally?
Sherlene: I want the government to see the faces of those not earning above $75,000 a year. .. I want our federal government to be aware of the reality that over 80% of working citizens of this country do not earn above $75,000. ... A majority of this country's renters and homeowners who can not afford to pay their rent/mortgage without financial assistance without our government or community housing assistance programs.

 

Traditional sex genders are not marrying as they once did, and many are living alone ... and raising kids along ... women as head of the household vs. men support. Many such women have left the workforce because of the rising cost of child care and the pandemic.
 

A question to you is if the pandemic caused people to be without job consistency, no money going towards the social security system, what will eventually happen to the system?  to the one's already participating with the system of the disabled children, adults, veterans, and seniors?
 

If we are assured a consistent income of $2,000 a month (UBI)--no matter what--then some of us would have less anxiety about the future of this country of this planet ... whether natural disasters, pandemics, etc. Every adult in this country should have a guaranteed base income of $2,000 every month. (It doesn't mean that landlords should increase rent even higher simply because of such guaranteed income. when we do achieve full replacement of the outdated local states' welfare system to the new federal welfare system of UBI.) The national average rent is $1,200 - $1,400 more expensive than mortgages on modest homes, nationally.
 

Please participate in the March; if nothing else for those who work part-time, seasonal, or have inconsistent full-time/part-time job opportunities. ... Work one place, it closes. Go to another job and it closes. ... (That's not the hirees' fault if they're out of work (whether an actual employee or entrepreneur or sub-contractor working a job opportunity.) Please participate in the March.

 

With Love,
Sherlene

 


For Immediate Release Family Social-Play Theme (Our 2021 Summer Challenge)

Source: History of the U.S. Prison System

 

Update: Beginning May 1, 2021 (May 1 - August 31)--All 100% White Ethnicity American Adults Must Report To Their Assigned Prison.

 

Beginning June 1, 2021--(March; May - August) annual hosted socialization of White American Appreciation Month. This year's pretend-play social theme is "All 100%-White Ethnicity American Adult Genders: Go To Jail Then Prison."  Instructions to follow.


[Laughter.]
 

     The above theme suggested is so unrealistic yet, understanding the seriousness of the value of our legal and criminal systems, nationally. You are invited to participate.

We/I Have To Remember ... The name-calling words associated with the multi-racial/bi-racial ethnicity... Oreos, Mermaids, Mulattos; for African-American ethnicity ... the N-word, black slaves, and name-calling of Asians who live in America, too.  Thankfully, they will serve their time the entire month of March and summer (May - August).

 

 

     The Senate passed the ACT bill by a slim margain just before 11:49 p.m. EST on Sunday, 2/28th. In the middle of the night, every white adult American was transported to jails within their local jurisdictions. These criminals will stay at their jail assignments through April 1, 2021. From May - August, such criminals will be instructed to return to be transported to prisons across the country. 

 

     Due to COVID-19, most people are working remotely. Who's working? According to hiring managers, most of their recent hiring openings were filled with a majority of white adults vs. people-of-color adults.

 

     Instructions: You will need to fill the newly open positions by the end of the day. You must find job seekers and hire them quickly ... find people who have similar skills that normally wouldn't have such hiring opportunities. Have you reviewed the "Free Speech: Saving the American Music Industry Bill"?  If you haven't, I would suggest reviewing it before sharing new song tracks on the Internet. Overall, the bill requires music publishing companies to provide free copyright samples for online viewing for any new music work of both musicians and singers. In common words, songs without sample sets will not be released on the Internet.

 

 

Feb. 26, 2021--Family Social-Play Theme: Family Social-Play Theme: There has still been no word of the ruling by the Senate yet. The House recently approved another law of an amendment to the now-former 1964 Civil Rights Act. ...Click to read it here

 

The House approved our ACT because they found that a majority of 100% pure white adults participated in the following criminal activities:
1. Incited the largest riot the country has ever seen on January 1, 2021. Fact: The riot was so productive that it is one for the history books, four sure, of social extremes in our country; younger generations will read about the day that 100% of pure whites tried to force all
Americans to live on the planet Mars.
2. Engaged in physical force, during the riot, with entrepreneurs in our local communities, nationally, to force them to close their businesses from January 1 - February 21st.
3. Engaged in the physical force of relocating families from their homes to homelessness or work camps. Facts: There was a 29% increase in homelessness, nationally, from January 1 - February 21st.
4. Engaged in building underwater home structures within our four oceans for all Americans to live. Such home structures did not consider the financial burdens placed on each economic classification of  Americans. FYI: There were no affordable-housing program plans associated with such home-structure buildings mentioned.
5. Forced all school-aged students to choose their own school of choice to attend. Facts: Just after the riot, it was discovered that many students had chosen school institutions outside of their community jurisdiction causing entrepreneurial demands of building more schools too quickly. The students had chosen schools that allowed them to listen to music based upon their own genre preferences, also. The loss of home contractors, during the said time, was too great, nationally. Many construction workers have since quit or retired causing a new hiring demand for construction workers. We now need, nationally, masons, journeypersons, and general laborers because of the riot.
7. Engaged in not paying musicians and singers for social events just before the riot. These were both live and virtual concerts from January 1 - February 21st.
8. Engaged in stealing new song lyrics of American music artists from January 1 - February 21st.
9. Engaged in allowing the general public to listen to--not the new song track samples typically used but the entire song collection of new albums of artists on the World Wide Web--for free. Fans didn't have to pay to download at all from January 1 - February 21st. 

 

*On February 24, Congress, both the House and the Senate, recently enacted the "Free Speech: Saving the American Music Industry Bill".

 

     An overview of the bill, demands that all musicians and singers who have made a record or song track from 1960 - present date must receive royalties first before their music publishing companies receive their fees of such royalty payments. Our cherished current musicians and singers are now hereby required to create a free-sample demo available to their fans and the general public for "each song" that they produce.  The free-sample version will be the only music played by DJs, shared, distributed, uploaded on the World Wide Web via music publishing company licenses only. Fans and the general public will be allowed to continue sharing such music samples on any web platform of their choosing on the World Wide Web--as long as it has a share-tab icon attached to such music work by either the music artist, the music publishing company, or the owner of a web site platform (domestic or international) such as the YouTube web platform.


 

With Love, 

Sherlene