Rev. Pinkney Arrested AGAIN, supporters: Lynn Stewart, Voice Of Detroit, EXPOSED,

What's really happening to the people of Benton Harbor:
The thrust [of the Berrien county courthouse] is to physically remove and destroy families through the use
of the criminal justice system. Every person they can put in jail; every person whose voting rights they can
revoke with a felony conviction; every person they can cause to lose their job by putting them on probation;
every person they can cause to lose the ability to pay for basic necessities through imposing ruinous court
costs and probation is all part of the process. In the 1960s, it was called Negro removal. In Bosnia, it was
called ethnic cleansing. It could be called genocide, the removal of the minority population for the purpose
of redevelopment of the land. That’s what’s happening in Benton Harbor and the foremost leader
of the resistance is Rev. Edward Pinkney. --Civil rights attorney, Hugh "Buck" Davis

Thursday, February 05, 2009

An All White Benton Harbor Has Been the Whirlpool Goal

Mon., 2 Feb. 2009 WSJM Radio

Studies Project Economic Potential Of Harbor Shores

The impact that Harbor Shores can have on Benton Harbor business development was the focus of a roundtable meeting between Cornerstone Alliance leaders and a number of consultants on Monday. [THE MEETING WAS CONSISTENT WITH WHAT THEY HAVE BEEN DOING FOR AT LEAST TEN YEARS, POSSIBLY MANY MORE: PLANNING HOW TO DRIVE AFRICAN-AMERICANS COMPLETELY OUT OF BENTON HARBOR.]

Two studies were recently done on how Harbor Shores should go about encouraging business development downtown. [BH RESIDENTS ARE NEVER, EVER INCLUDED IN ANY PLANNING OF THIS TYPE.]

Cornerstone's Wendy Dant Chesser says that Harbor Shores is about more than just building a golf course...and planners want to use it to foster development beyond its own boundaries: [CHESSER IS RIGHT: IT'S ABOUT THE ILLEGAL, HOSTILE TAKE-OVER OF JEAN KLOCK PARK, BENTON HARBOR'S BEACH.]

Goals for development in Benton Harbor were outlined at the meeting. They extended all the way through 2025, when consultants said the city should have developed labor force conditions that match the rest of the state. [IE, NO BENTON HARBOR WORKERS, AND AN ALL-WHITE WORK FORCE. LET'S MATCH THE STATE, BUT FORGET ABOUT THE NEEDS OF BENTON HARBOR.]

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Helping to promote positive development in Benton Harbor = no black workers?
This makes no sense. What is sad is that the community will take 15 years to get to where the rest of the state is with EDUCATION and WORK ETHIC.
This has nothing to do with race. It has everything to do with picking your self up and embracing the opportunities given to you.
Once again BANCO wants to put unqualified people in the process under the guise of race.

CC said...

Quit whining about JKP - Benton Harbor let it get run down, therefore you forfeit all rights to the beach.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous and CC;

I would like to thank you for your comment.You are both helping to promote positive development in Benton Harbor.Keep up the good work.

Rev Pinkney