National Economic Boycott vs. Organized Oppressive Tactics
The National Economic Boycott vs. Organized Oppressive Tactics, or Ne’Boot will be used as a campaign for “Peaceful,” political and social protest against the various growing policies of injustice that we are seeing across the country. The campaign will begin when-The Ferguson Federal Grand Jury ruling is announced, and will continue indefinitely.
“American State Governments have idly allowed, citizens in many communities to be disproportionately affected by oppressive or weak human rights policies. These tactics have taken us backward to a period resembling much like that of the Jim Crow Era by targeting certain communities more harshly than others, and allowing decimating policies against those in communities of color to which have caused many (all) to be socially infected. The current U.S. Criminal Justice System is need of an overhaul and now functions as a contemporary system of racial or caste control—relegating millions to a permanent second-class status and to the point of human life being expendable.” For this reason we must take a stand! said Gregg L Greer (Architect) Lead Organizer
Why is this initiative important to join
- This effort is simple, honest and allows everyone to participate regardless of age, location, or capability.
- By “growing,” the coalition we can place more serious focus on future targets with unity and empowerment.
- We have to organize in a way that protects our communities against any attack. Period!
- In many ways protesting is dangerous and we must limit participants from suffering Jail, or harm whenever possible.
- Economic sanctions historically are proven to have a lasting effect toward Peace and Resolution.
The Ne’Boot will function by announcing daily at 12:01 P.M (exact time Michael Brown was shot) various the economic boycott targets around the country will be announced. The boycott targets will include national, and local companies and well as municipal operations. Initial Campaigns have been scheduled for Chicago, Missouri. For those who disagree Economic leverage isn’t the enemy of free expression; it’s a form of free expression guaranteed by the U.S Constitution. Several Coalitions have joined this effort from around the country including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Texas. (Details to be announced) Facebook users are being asked to “Blackout,” their profile picture or use the Ne’Boot picture
Thus far, we cannot and have not resolved any problem through retaliatory violence. “We must now find better ways to carry out change. The economic problems of working-class and unemployed Americans, have suggested that the civil-rights movement and its period of “protest” have changed and we have entered into a new era of “concerns”, in which the community have to ally with the economic and labor movement in mind. Stand with us!