Monday, June 06, 2005

TQR 6th Post: Security Institute

Security Institute

The Security Institute will establish Security Companies in 30 branches in the identified cities. Their function will be to provide security for TQR Businesses, Staff, members and Communities. The will identify persons and organizations who are actively trying to attack, intimidate, threaten or coheres TQR Members, it’s businesses and staff. TQR understands that power respects nothing, except equal power. Those who are the power elite will use all their wealth, power, influence, government and political connections to maintain Black Afrikan Americans in their current condition. (Samboes are Black People who are benefiting from the system at the expense of Black Afrikan Americans.) They have wealth, political positions, and income, social, or organizational status and will be afraid that TQR will expose their inappropriate behavior. They are advisors and overseers to those who seek to maintain economic control. They will be paid very well to attack, create confusing, division, mistrust and given access to all forms of media for the purpose of destroying TQR. The Security Institute is TQR defense.

Security Institute will train the 100,000 Conscious Black Afrikan American Students for law enforcement businesses and employment in the 30 identified cities. They will be employed with TQR Security, prisons, county sheriff departments, city police departments, city fire departments, block watch groups and TQR businesses. Their job will be the most difficult of all. They will be charged with protecting TQR from attack within and outside. The National Security Institute will train all Security Personnel. Security personnel will rotate from city to city to ensure that the focus is on the job, not personality. They will review all incidents by the Committee of Conscious Black Afrikan People. The will be no single body that can corrupt or destroy TQR from the inside.

Security Institute will develop and promote policies that benefit Black Afrikan American People. They will monitor police brutality and cooperate with the other institutes to identify and address inappropriate and destructive behavior in Black Afrikan American Communities.

Charles E. Campbell


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