Monday, March 08, 2010

MOVE To Sue City Of Philadelphia

Color me momentarily speechless...Ok I am fine now. The word now is "audacity". I guess the money has run out from the last lawsuit. More to come


At 2:45 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like this comment " there is no statute of liminations for murder. I believe it should be understood if someone were apprehended after...say 20 years,and evidence linked them to that murder, they can still be charged with the murder of 20 years prior. His logic escapes me but, then again, in my opinion, business may be slow..

Jon Pisano
Justice for Officer daniel faulkner

At 6:52 PM , Blogger Tony Allen said...

The whole f-ing thing is about publicity. Publicity for MOVE because it is weak and wants new people to get involved and give money and publicity for the lawyer because that is what he seems to live for. What a tool.

At 9:13 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

White people need to stay out of Black people's movements...I hope and pray that you will be/are the example to keep White people out. Any time white hands are dealing in Black people's business, it is never good. You spent eight years in a movement to now speak dirt on their names. Nothing will ever be of importance to Tony Allen but just the mere fact of creating a mindless and hatred blog against MOVE. I hope that you keep your paychecks from being paid off.

Disgusted that you used to live in my home state of VA.

At 11:15 AM , Blogger MichaganSlim said...

You guys on this site appear to be bitter to people that has never done anything to you. According to you.

At 8:57 AM , Blogger Tony Allen said...

For the record, MOVE was not and is not a "Black people's movement". The group's co-founder was white and whites have always been in MOVE. In fact, when I was a supporter there were far more whites at demonstrations and MOVE activities than there were blacks. To be sure, MOVE treated there black neighbors as enemies in Powelton Village and Osage Avenue. People should know what they are talking about before they post long-winded and stupid comments about things they clearly know nothing about

At 6:43 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, just because Whites were in MOVE, that does not mean that it was for them. White people harbor a lot of guilt, and I believe that is the sole reason as to why they join cults/movements like MOVE.

While I do not agree with everything about MOVE, I do believe that you need to hang it up and give it a rest....

At 7:20 PM , Blogger Tony Allen said...

Thank you for your ananlysis. The bottom line is that as long as MOVE has little BLACK girls being forcibly impregnated at 11 or 12 years old and kept in enforced state of ignorance I will continue to speak up. I will never apologize for doing so and I don't care if you don't like it

At 9:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 5:01 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Anonymous,

So if any white person does something to further a cause for black Americans they are only doing so out of guilt? Where did you pull that one out from? I know that I have nothing to feel guilty about. If I want to help in any cause, it will be because I believe in the cause.

At 3:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

What did move even accomplish after all these years? Nothing!!!


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