Why we say no to reperations

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Preface to the schedule for those with FAU at the 2016 Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Conference as stated, we are not asking for African American reparation’s in FAU. FAU is knowledgeable about the fundamental injustice, cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of African slavery in the United States of America between 1787 and 1865 and its progenitors the 13 American colonies between 1619 and 1787 and the effects subsequently de jure and de facto of racial, ethnic, social and economic discrimination on the descendant Americans of America’s African slavery and the damage incurred by past and current federal government racism against freed African slaves in the United States from 1865 to 1867 and African Americans from 1867 to 2014.

We let others spend their time with governmental reparations claims from the African slavery in the United States of America between 1787 and 1865 and its progenitors the 13 American colonies between 1619 and 1787. To do so in the USA is to try to get that passed as a law through Congress. We understand that House Resolution 40 means to establish by law a commission to examine the institution of slavery, subsequently de jure and de facto racial and economic discrimination against African-Americans, and the impact of these forces on living African-Americans, to make recommendations to the Congress on appropriate remedies, and for other purposes.

Instead we use that as the basis for an unsolicited proposal through executive action by the current President of a $5T investment for the descendent Americans of America’s African slavery and address the damage incurred by past and current federal government racism against African Americans.

An Unsolicited proposal is a written application for a new or innovative idea submitted to an agency, in this case the US State Department Interagency Task force on the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the United States of America with the initiative of the offeror, Friends of the African Union Stimulus Task Force, for the purpose of obtaining a contract with the government, issuance of $5T in new debt according to the proposed schedule on the following page, and is not in response to a request for proposals, Broad Agency Announcement, Program Research and Development Announcement, or any other Government-initiated solicitation or program. The Department of State (DoS) accepts the submission of valid unsolicited proposals which contribute new and innovative ideas consistent with the Agency’s mission. In this case executive action by the current President of a $5T investment for the descendant Americans of America’s African slavery and address the damage incurred by past and current federal government racism against African Americans. The requirements for contractor resources are normally program specific and must be responsive to the Department’s needs, in this case to answer the USA’s number one humanitarian problem as expressed by ten categories in the DoS in its answer to the 2015 United Nations Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review of the United States of America.

Friends of the African Union is a Non-Profit organization that believes that executive action by the current President of a $5T USD quantitative Easing based debt purchasing program (The Daniels IDIQ) as a solution for the fundamental injustice, cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of African slavery in the United States of America between 1787 and 1865 and its progenitors the 13 American colonies between 1619 and 1787 its effects subsequently de jure and de facto of racial and economic discrimination on the descendent Americans of America’s African slavery and address the damage incurred by past and current federal government racism against Africans in the United States from 1865 to 1867 and African Americans from 1867 to 2014 that will be a stimulus to the American Economy that (

1) is judicious;

(2) answers under the control of our Federal Executive Branch the statements set forth in the interagency response set forth by the US State Department to the United Nations Universal Periodic Review of the USA in 2015 that that said Civil Rights, Ethnic, and Racial Discrimination is the number one human rights problem in the USA;

(3) draws on already established Executive authority and market infrastructure;

(4) helps the other Americans through indirect associations by creation of supportive ancillary jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities (thereby the whole country–minimizing opposition); and

(5) is just adequate enough to implement real changes that reverse long-standing conditions caused by systemic de jure and de facto racial and economic discrimination, as documented in depth elsewhere and provides a means from 2016 to 2116 to address these issues with a 100 year capital trust to do so.

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