Servants of the people

Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)

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Willie Worley Jr. North Carolina Servants of the People This article is dedicated to all of the “National Intelligence for African American Communities 3rd Party Progeny Black Panther Ministers” their family and friends. Also to the hundreds of prisoners at Brown Creek Correctional in North Carolina for helping to disseminate over 40,000 voter’s registration guides throughout the state. Out of all the candidates we campaigned for, only one did not prevail, and that was U.S. Senator Kay Hagan. She lost to her challenger Tom Tillis the state’s House Speaker. It appears Tom Tillis a republican received 48.90% of the votes. Becoming North Carolina’s new U.S. Senator. Although our party put forth much effort for the re-election of Kay Hagan she still only received 47.18% votes. Not enough to accomplish her goal for re-election. As Minister of Self-Defense my main goal was to get information out about voter’s education, orientation, and registration for this 3rd Party. Although Kay Hagan lost her re-election, she still had a high turnout of voter’s in the city I was born, “Charlotte.” More voter’s voted in this election than in 2010. Which reminds me. All is not lost. National Intelligence for African American Communities 3rd Party also supported other candidates who had successful elections this November. Over 8,000 fliers was disseminated in support of Alma Adams replacing Democrat Mel Watt who resigned his 12th Congressional District to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency in January 2014. She defeated television anchor Vince Coakley by 75 percent, winning 75.78% of the votes. Vince Coakley a Republican collecting only 24.22% of North Carolina voter’s support. Our Minister’s also disseminated close to, or right at 7,000 promotional fliers in support of Ella Scarborough’s election for Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioner’s. Her ability to think rationally as a public official when she was on the Charlotte City Council was excellent, and laudable. Now as a member of the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners, I know she will do great things for the residents of Mecklenburg County. Since the beginning of our dissemination project in January, I have dedicated much of my time building this movement in the face of oppression. I started with 6 ministers. That number has grown since the primary elections. As of November, general election time, I have 50 unelectable ministers. They are directly responsible for our successful dissemination project of 40,000 fliers. Every last one was hand picked by me. I made sure that they understand that they are servants of the people. Also I made sure they understand joining gangs is grounds for immediate termination. I refuse to have Ministers calling themselves Servants of the People, acting in concert or actually partaking in activities of “Domestic Terrorism”. This behavior is unacceptable for our 3rd Party membership. All National Intelligence for African American Communities 3rd Party Prgeny Black Panther’s work must be laudable. No exception. Although I have no control of your right to register as a 3rd Party Black Panther with your county board of election. It’s your right under the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Just make sure, if you are a resident of North-Carolina, that you are not serving time for a felony or felony probation or parole when registering. We as African Americans must focus on voting. Voting is so important that the Klu Klux Klan was designed for the sole purpose to intimidate African Americans from voting. Now that some of us can vote, we fail to do so. Not only are we hurting our selves by not voting. We are hurting our communities as a whole. Vote if you can. If you can’t vote, support your favorite candidate by campaigning for them. Become familiar with your states voting laws and rights. I am very proud of the work we have accomplished in the state of North Carolina. I am grateful to have the mental ability to be able to help individuals shake their stigmatizing effects cause by their oppression. 2014 has been a successful year. I am sure the coming years will prove to be better.

Author: Worley, Willie, Jr. (Intelligence Journalist)

Author Location: North Carolina

Date: November 6, 2014

Genre: Essay

Extent: 6 pages

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