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Dear Editor,

The president of the National Action Network local chapter, Sharon Lewis, has announced she will use her organization’s resources to support the relocation of the controversial mural ‘Out of the Soil’, which is currently displayed in the lobby of the US Post Office on Main Street in downtown Columbus, MS.  Ms. Lewis feels that art can educate the young and old alike of the pain and suffering deliberately inflicted on African Americans as a direct result of slavery.  The legacy of slavery, she said, can not be fully appreciated by one snap-shot in time and, therefore, she supports a relocation of the mural to a setting where both structure and debate can expand our understanding.Sharon Lewis



  1. Johnny Phillip Morris

    @Sharon Lewis~

    You want to see what pain and suffering is really like among your people? Just wait a little while longer and you’ll see your Nobel Peace Prize-winning hero and his wirepulling David Axelrod do a #6 on the hapless peoples of Central Africa all the way from Somalia to Congo.
    While you and Birney concern yourselves with a post office mural, Africa is awaiting a REAL holocaust.Obama is already carrying out extra-judicial lynchings throughout Pakistan with his killer drones, and now he will do the same to his peoples in Central Africa. And the MNG is already on notice to be deployed to Somalia. What will you do then, Ms. Lewis, when there are black Africans, not Arabs, Palestinians and Persians, tortured, bombed and expelled from their ancestral homes to make way for Richard Adkerson’s Freeport MacMoran?
    Wil Colom knows a lot about what’s happening with AFRICOM in Tanzania and Central Africa, and he says nothing. And it has nothing to do with exporting mammography machines to Dar Es Salam You’d best listen to Louis Farrakhan, not Obama and Axelrod , if you don’t want your people to suffer the fate of the Afghans, Iraqis and Palestinians.


  2. Johnny Phillip Morris

    Ms Lewis~
    Don’t you and Al Sharpton think that the coming war on Africans by your hero in the White House deserves more attention than a post office mural? Are you really that intellectually shallow?
    AFRICOM, having been rebuffed at establishing its headquarters South of the Sahara, may have set its sights on Libya. At one time, Morocco was thought to have been an ideal location. But Libya’s Wheelus Air Base has a history with the US and was operating as a tactical training base for NATO air forces up until Colonel Khaddafi’s overthrow of Libya’s corrupt King Idris in 1969.
    WAB was used by NATO air forces for over twenty years to conduct tactical exercises in the desert there. Libya has a moderate, dry climate, it is sparsely populated and there are oil refineries for Obama’s taking. It has a long coastline for the US Naval manuevers, SEAL training amd Marine Corps amphibious assault exercises.Libya will be to the coming War on Central Africa as Diego Garcia was to the War on Iraq.

    Danny Glover talks about AFRICOM. This may explain why he was targeted by the IRS.

  3. Johnny Phillip Morris

    Speak up, Sharon Lewis!

    This interview with Louis Farrakhan occurred just a few days before Jackson’s Head Rabbi, Priest, Vicar and Minister tried to prevent his speaking at Jackson State U.
    Here’s what Farrakhan said in Chicago just before traveling to Jackson.
    What he said is a lot more important to “your people” than a 1930’s mural on the walls of a U.S. Post Office in downtown Columbus, Mississippi.

    Your comments, please.


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