Skip to comments.Khalid al-Mansour (aka Don Warden-Obama sponsor) DEADBEAT DAD-Suspended from CA Bar
Posted on 02/08/2009 11:58:31 AM PST by Protect the Bill of Rights
REGION - 7 Lawyers Suspended Over Child Support
THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE - Wednesday, August 31, 1994
The California Supreme Court has ordered seven Bay Area lawyers suspended from practicing law for not paying child and spousal support.
The suspensions came at the recommendation of the State Bar, the organization that regulates the legal profession in California. The suspensions are required by a state law that went into effect at the beginning of last year.
The suspended lawyers are Khalid Abdullah T.C. Almansour , 58, of San Francisco;
From the California Bar Assoc.
Khalid Abdullah T C Almansour - #33067 Current Status: Active This member is active and may practice law in California.
Bar Number 33067
San Antonio, TX 78209 Phone
8/22/1994 Not Eligible To Practice Law
6/7/1962 Admitted to The State Bar of California
Disciplinary and Related Actions
7/28/1972 Public reproval
8/22/1994 Suspended/Child & Fam Supp noncompliance Not Eligible To Practice Law
Obama got sponsored/groomed into Columbia in 1981. Bill Ayers was there too, and so to the Weatherman. Odd.
Just outside of New York, on Long Island, there was a Brinks robbery in October 1981. It was the idiots of the Black Liberation Army( all twenty or so) and the Weather Underground. Two police officers and a Brinks guard were ambushed and murdered. One of the BLA idiots, Nathan Burns, took the name Sekou Odinga. The muslim thug president of Kenya, and African travel partner of Obama and his supposedly first cousin is Raila Odinga. Odd.
Maybe Columbia is a really really big school, with lots and lots of Black Nationalists and Weather Underground types there at the time.
Obama said he lived off campus, spent his time jogging or in the library. Hes not released any of his no doubt stellar academic records, or much of anyting from his time at Columbia.
Im sure the New York Times, but blocks from Columbia is right on this.
Speaking of Big Schools...
Immigration Officials Arrest Maryland Professor Accused of Genocide in Rwanda
TOWSON, Md. A Maryland college professor accused of genocide in his home country of Rwanda has been arrested for being in the U.S. illegally, immigration officials said Thursday.
Leopold Munyakazi, 59, taught French at GOUCHER COLLEGE, north of Baltimore, until he was suspended with pay after the liberal arts school learned in December that he was wanted in Rwanda. Munyakazi has denied the accusations.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are taking steps to deport Munyakazi, who was arrested Tuesday at his home in Towson for overstaying his visa, according to agency spokesman Brandon A. Montgomery. Munyakazi was later released from custody but with a monitoring device.
JOBS THAT AMERICANS WON’T DO!!!!
A must see video!!!
Dr.Khalid Al-Mansour And Obama Are Connected
I’m not so sure Tom (as his kids called him) was far away from his kids in ideology.
04 Sep 2008
Another Obama Radical Connection
Donald Ward, Black Panthers, Khalid Al Mansour, Racial Politics, 2008 Election, Barack Obama, Islam
Donald Ward aka Khalid Al Mansour
Kenneth R. Timmerman describes the latest skeleton to fall out of Barak Obamas personal closet.
When Obama was applying to Harvard, Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton was asked to write a letter of recommendation for him by Donald Warden aka Khalid Al Mansour, a radical Black Nationalist, once mentor to Huey Newton, founder of the Black Panthers, later an Islamicist extremist and antisemite.
YouTube has numerous videos of this gentlemans rants.
New evidence has emerged that Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was closely associated as early as age 25 to a key adviser to a Saudi billionaire who had mentored the founding members of the Black Panthers.
In a videotaped interview this year on New Yorks all news cable channel NY1, a prominent African-American businessman and political figure made the curious disclosures about Obama.
Percy Sutton, the former borough president of Manhattan, off-handedly revealed the unusual circumstances about his first encounter with the young Obama.
I was introduced to (Obama) by a friend who was raising money for him, Sutton told NY1 city hall reporter Dominic Carter.
The friends name is Dr. Khalid al-Mansour, from Texas, Sutton said. He is the principal adviser to one of the worlds richest men. He told me about Obama.
Sutton, the founder of Inner City Broadcasting, said al-Mansour contacted him to ask a favor: Would Sutton write a letter in support of Obamas application to Harvard Law School?
He wrote to me about him, Sutton recalled. And his introduction was there is a young man that has applied to Harvard. I know that you have a few friends up there because you used to go up there to speak. Would you please write a letter in support of him?
Sutton said he acted on his friend al-Mansours advice.
I wrote a letter of support of him to my friends at Harvard, saying to them I thought there was a genius that was going to be available and I certainly hoped they would treat him kindly, Sutton told NY1.
various links embedded in article.
Participatory Democracy From the 1960s and SDS into the Future On-line
By Michael Hauben
An important part of the SDS program included the understanding
of the need for a medium to make it possible for a community of active
citizens to discuss and debate the issues affecting their lives. While
not available in the 1960s, such a medium exists today in the 1990s.
The seeds for the revival of the 1960s SDS vision of how to bring
about a more democratic society now exists in the personal computer
and the Net. These seeds will be an important element in the battle
for winning control for people as we approach the new millennium....”
April 5, 2007
Convergence Not Division
The New and Old SDS
By BERNADINE DOHRN
Christopher Phelps has written a timely but ultimately disappointing article in The Nation about the vibrant and growing student movement. [The New SDS (April 16, 2007)] He transforms the tough challenges of movement-building into a set of tepid formulas about what not to do. The new wave of student activism in America and around the world is a hopeful development worthy of our active participation and respect.
Yet Phelps focuses on the sectarian divides of the MDS generation rehearsing old political grudges or offering simplistic “lessons” from the New Left, rather than highlighting the steps forward and the common ground between radical organizers.
Our points of convergence (young and old, organizers and activists) are numerous, including the need to strive for participatory democracy and non-exclusion, resist the savage US wars and occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, fight brutal poverty and gluttonous wealth here and globally, act to end catastrophic climate change, racial injustice and patriarchal power, and reject the permanent so-called war on “terror” in toto.
Phelps would have benefited from more attention to what led to coordinated anti-war actions on 60 campuses last month, and to the new SDS diverse political campaigns ranging from getting military recruiters out of high schools and off campuses to anti-sweatshop coordination, from opposition to police violence against the community to protest when war criminals speak, from support for Assata Shakur and the new Panther 8 defendants to fights for universal health care—radical youth organizing is broad and deep. This is the power and the inspiration of a vast, left umbrella network with variety and vigor.
Phelps stereotypically characterizes me as a “celebrity” while the male ideologues are described by what they say about politics. I object. Who knows why any speech or article is well received?
At the SDS conference at Brown University in Spring 2006, it seemed that the political substance of my talk was what generated the positive response from students: the urgent needs to reject the framework of US military and economic empire, to forge active opposition to white supremacy and grapple with the issue of multiracial organization, and to reckon with the importance of direct action to organizing and educating. I intentionally ignored the challenge to debate the issue of what killed SDS 38 years ago and who was right when, in favor of exploring what we all can do, in solidarity, now. Building bridges between issues, finding points of convergence, and creating an independent radical movement resonates across generations. The last thing the new SDS needs is patronizing elders wagging their fingers with cautionary tales.
Bernardine Dohrn, Clinical Associate Professor of Law and Director and founder of the Children and Family Justice Center at the Northwestern University School of Law, is a child advocate who teaches, lectures and writes about children’s law and justice, the needs and rights of children and youth, and international human rights.
No, we’re on the same page :)
Dorhn’s quote disgusts me on so many levels:
“.... resist the savage US wars and occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, fight brutal poverty and gluttonous wealth here and globally, act to end catastrophic climate change, racial injustice and patriarchal power, and reject the permanent so-called war on terror in toto.
There's a Bell, Obama connection here...
That is what is going to happen to Obama in November.
hmmmmm,.... what’s next? I wonder.....
University of Kenya?????
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