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SIGNTHISPETITIONToEndtheKKKandAllExtremeHateGroups

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SIGN THIS PETITION To End the KKK and All Extreme Hate Groups

Following the recent tragedy in Charlottesville, Mogul stands behind the belief that hate and racism toward any person will never win. 

That's why we are inviting you to sign our petition to put an end to all hate groups, including the KKK. 

Once we reach 100K signatures, Mogul will be sending this petition to the State Department, with the aim to collaborate on ending all extreme hate groups by classifying them as a terrorist organization. This is our plea to the Federal Government of the United States to take action to stop racism and stop the poisonous ideology that is toxic for society. 

If you'd like to share your thoughts and reaction to the events in Charlottesville, as well as your experience with racism, we invite you to participate in our #FacetheRace campaign


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  • Suzanne Potterton

    Enough is enough. 

    Enough is enough. 

  • Randolph Lawrence

    Excellent idea to bring the law down on these miscreants.

    Excellent idea to bring the law down on these miscreants.

  • harleyrow
    2y ago

    all the hate groups and the kkk must be stopped before the turn american into a war against eachother 

    all the hate groups and the kkk must be stopped before the turn american into a war against eachother 

  • Mary Womack
    2y ago

    Make this happen! 

    Make this happen! 

  • HELEN MURPHY
    2y ago

    nip it in the bud 

    nip it in the bud 

  • hiazna
    2y ago

    Seriously all you instigaters out there, learn to get along! No one has to live for you and you don't have to live for someone else. Live and let live and aim higher than this bull----!  Please

    Seriously all you instigaters out there, learn to get along! No one has to live for you and you don't have to live for someone else. Live and let live and aim higher than this bull----!  Please

  • Carmelita Marcia

    More companies and businesses need to be like Mogul!  Keep being Awesome Mogul!

    More companies and businesses need to be like Mogul!  Keep being Awesome Mogul!

  • Rob Drury 77
    2y ago

    Sorry folks, the First Amendment exists solely to protect UNPOPULAR speech and expression. It is hypocritical to espouse freedom and safety and not honor those same protections for those with whom you disagree.

    Sorry folks, the First Amendment exists solely to protect UNPOPULAR speech and expression. It is hypocritical to espouse freedom and safety and not honor those same protections for those with whom you disagree.

  • April Parker Ostberg 76

    Changing the designation of KKK and other hate groups to "terrorist organizations" is going to give the federal gov't a LOT more ppl to spy on. All of these terrorists require close supervision. They have to have wire taps and 24/7 surveillance and secret trials and go to federal prisons. I wonder how we will deal with the people involved? Will we give them a grace period to opt out and disavow their terrorist organization? Will we send them all straight to prison to await trial? How many people are in the KKK? What "other organizations" are we talking about including? When you join the KKK, do you get a membership card and have to pay dues? How do we determine who is in the KKK? Will the Tea Partiers and Resisters be designated "terrorists"? Will Planned Parenthood be a terrorist organization, since our President is anti-abortion? We could argue Planned Parenthood kills a lot of ppl. So does opioid addiction. Is every American who terrorizes another American a terrorist? Man, that's a whole lot of terrorism going on. What about "terrorists" who THINK they're fighting evil, when really they've targeted someone innocent? That could ostensibly include law enforcement themselves. This whole thing sounds like it's getting out of hand, like the tried-failed-so-let's-try-it-again War on Drugs. I'm not saying we don't have non-designated terrorist groups here in America. We surely do, and I might cackle watching certain ppl "get theirs". However, loosening the standards for who gets labeled a terrorist sets dangerous precedents, and I really wonder who would be in charge of making the determination. I really don't like people getting harassed or killed or given dirty looks because of race, religion, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or a long list of other factors. But I can't sign this right now. I was kind of disappointed I missed living through the sixties but it feels like I'm getting a second chance with all of these killings and social unrest. People need to settle down. Go for a damned walk, or something. 

    Changing the designation of KKK and other hate groups to "terrorist organizations" is going to give the federal gov't a LOT more ppl to spy on. All of these terrorists require close supervision. They have to have wire taps and 24/7 surveillance and secret trials and go to federal prisons. I wonder how we will deal with the people involved? Will we give them a grace period to opt out and disavow their terrorist organization? Will we send them all straight to prison to await trial? How many people are in the KKK? What "other organizations" are we talking about including? When you join the KKK, do you get a membership card and have to pay dues? How do we determine who is in the KKK? Will the Tea Partiers and Resisters be designated "terrorists"? Will Planned Parenthood be a terrorist organization, since our President is anti-abortion? We could argue Planned Parenthood kills a lot of ppl. So does opioid addiction. Is every American who terrorizes another American a terrorist? Man, that's a whole lot of terrorism going on. What about "terrorists" who THINK they're fighting evil, when really they've targeted someone innocent? That could ostensibly include law enforcement themselves. This whole thing sounds like it's getting out of hand, like the tried-failed-so-let's-try-it-again War on Drugs. I'm not saying we don't have non-designated terrorist groups here in America. We surely do, and I might cackle watching certain ppl "get theirs". However, loosening the standards for who gets labeled a terrorist sets dangerous precedents, and I really wonder who would be in charge of making the determination. I really don't like people getting harassed or killed or given dirty looks because of race, religion, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or a long list of other factors. But I can't sign this right now. I was kind of disappointed I missed living through the sixties but it feels like I'm getting a second chance with all of these killings and social unrest. People need to settle down. Go for a damned walk, or something. 

  • Vonda
    2y ago

    The statue should come down and not because it offends me because it doesn't but it's the fact that the majority of these people voted and said that they wanted the statue gone. End of story. You can't make them keep a statue that they don't want. Statues are not forever! They took down one of Martin Luther King and guess what. Nobody cares. It's going to a museum for all to see.

    The statue should come down and not because it offends me because it doesn't but it's the fact that the majority of these people voted and said that they wanted the statue gone. End of story. You can't make them keep a statue that they don't want. Statues are not forever! They took down one of Martin Luther King and guess what. Nobody cares. It's going to a museum for all to see.

  • ModelZe
    ModelZe Embracing Change
    2y ago South Africa

    Mogul I am proud to be apart of you and appreciate it that you are taking a stand that will help to promote a quality world where everyone can live joyously, thank you

    Mogul I am proud to be apart of you and appreciate it that you are taking a stand that will help to promote a quality world where everyone can live joyously, thank you

  • OG Mack Drama
    2y ago Scottsdale, AZ, United States

    Racism is the 1thing in AMERICA that stains all the greatness about this country. Unless we stamp it out this country is doomed to failure & ruin.

    Racism is the 1thing in AMERICA that stains all the greatness about this country. Unless we stamp it out this country is doomed to failure & ruin.

  • Default
    Guest
    2y ago

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    i have always been self conscious about relationships, my life was shattered ever since Debra left me for another woman due to unknown reasons. i swore to never love a woman again. mum always advised me to move on, but i love Debra. she meant everything to me . i looked for means to bring her back and she never came back to me, i was asked to try a spell caster online. i tried a few but all proved abortive until i met Dr Ogudu. he is such a nice man , and he helped me bring back Debra in 4 days .she came back begging me to forgive her. Right now, we are both together growing stronger and stronger each day. you can contact Dr Ogudu on “DROGUDUTEMPLE@AOL.COM”. Thank me later

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  • Jennifer Ridgeworth
    2y ago London, United Kingdom

    Happy to see this

    Happy to see this

  • Bethany Heinrich
    Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
    2y ago New York, NY, United States

    Signed!

    Signed!

  • namisha
    namisha Inquisitive, Avid Reader, Food Lover, Amateur Chef, Digital Sensei
    2y ago New York, NY, United States

    signed!

    signed!

  • Maddy Bernstein

    I am so glad you all are doing this

    I am so glad you all are doing this

  • Bethany Heinrich
    Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
    2y ago New York, NY, United States

    I encourage everyone to please watch The Civil War by Ken Burns and read up on the war to understand what it was really about: the protection of economy and state's rights. 

    I encourage everyone to please watch The Civil War by Ken Burns and read up on the war to understand what it was really about: the protection of economy and state's rights. 

  • Bethany Heinrich
    Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
    2y ago New York, NY, United States

    I definitely support this but do not think Robert E. Lee's statue should be removed. He was my relative who, based on research, was a very good man who was highly respected by Grant and Lincoln. He had to be on the Confederate side due to that he was protecting the economy in Virginia, which was his home.  

    I definitely support this but do not think Robert E. Lee's statue should be removed. He was my relative who, based on research, was a very good man who was highly respected by Grant and Lincoln. He had to be on the Confederate side due to that he was protecting the economy in Virginia, which was his home.  

    • Rob Drury 77
      2y ago

      Good points, but they don't even scratch the surface as to why Confederate monuments should remain intact. The Succession and Civil War were not remotely about slavery or racism; they were about states' rights and sovereignty, a most fundamentally American principle that the federal government was abandoning. Like all history that is ignored, this mistake is being repeated today. The obvious human rights issues notwithstanding, the Confederacy represented, without a doubt, the most morally sound culture this nation has ever known.

      Good points, but they don't even scratch the surface as to why Confederate monuments should remain intact. The Succession and Civil War were not remotely about slavery or racism; they were about states' rights and sovereignty, a most fundamentally American principle that the federal government was abandoning. Like all history that is ignored, this mistake is being repeated today. The obvious human rights issues notwithstanding, the Confederacy represented, without a doubt, the most morally sound culture this nation has ever known.

      • Natasha
        Natasha 💪🏻& 👊🏻 just like NYC
        2y ago New York, NY, United States

        The war was about slavery - if you're interested in understanding more I encourage you to read this article - https://qz.com/378533/for-the-last-time-the-american-civil-war-was-not-about-states-rights/

        The war was about slavery - if you're interested in understanding more I encourage you to read this article - https://qz.com/378533/for-the-last-time-the-american-civil-war-was-not-about-states-rights/

    • Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra

      I once felt the same way you did Bethany; that, as long as the parts of our history that express our racism and bigotry ( be it economic or otherwise)  is not represented on STATE or FEDERAL property, that we had to "live" with it...as it is our history.  So the statue (which is in fact a monument) stays.   However, I listened (sometimes painfully) to this clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4Mxi87_bPA  which included other documented research...and I must say I have 2 minds on the subject. I am not being "ugly"...but by all accounts (again, according to researchers) a good man doesn't have certain behaviors...of which your relative did.  The reason we decorate with monuments are to honor people for outstanding deeds.  I don't know if you recall but we excoriated (can't remember his name) an athlete some years ago for his treatment of dogs.


      The history of slavery over the centuries has been awful, from the Civil War in America as far as as human history.  While I am sure Robert E Lee (like ALL of us) had some great qualities it would appear from the research (not my own of course) that he was cruel even.  Slavery was the fashion of the time.  So, in essence being a slave owner wasn't egregious but how you treated them was. i.e personally beating them, if I can't beat them--let someone else beat them and add salt to their wounds. Ya know..that sorta thing.

      I think we have an amazing opportunity and we live in amazing times.  I do NOT Think that the subject is race as much as it is being intelligent human beings. We've been discussing that on some level for a long time, and if we continue down this path of discussion--we will be discussing for a time to come.  A LONG TIME.

      Some people are of the mind that when people want to be non-diverse that is racist.  I disagree.  If I want to be in and around white or black or Chinese or Eskimo ONLY groups for whatever the reason--IT IS MY RIGHT!  Diversity is not the end all be all of anything.  Those who want to be diverse - should and those who don't wish to be diverse should be free NOT to be. 

      A far superior conversation and one with promising results would be "what it means to be human.  When we accomplish that reach an agreed upon reality of what that is and succeed at it...ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL of these other conversations will organically disappear.  Will you join me in that discussion...

      In the Highest Vibration of Love
      --denise

      I once felt the same way you did Bethany; that, as long as the parts of our history that express our racism and bigotry ( be it economic or otherwise)  is not represented on STATE or FEDERAL property, that we had to "live" with it...as it is our history.  So the statue (which is in fact a monument) stays.   However, I listened (sometimes painfully) to this clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4Mxi87_bPA  which included other documented research...and I must say I have 2 minds on the subject. I am not being "ugly"...but by all accounts (again, according to researchers) a good man doesn't have certain behaviors...of which your relative did.  The reason we decorate with monuments are to honor people for outstanding deeds.  I don't know if you recall but we excoriated (can't remember his name) an athlete some years ago for his treatment of dogs.


      The history of slavery over the centuries has been awful, from the Civil War in America as far as as human history.  While I am sure Robert E Lee (like ALL of us) had some great qualities it would appear from the research (not my own of course) that he was cruel even.  Slavery was the fashion of the time.  So, in essence being a slave owner wasn't egregious but how you treated them was. i.e personally beating them, if I can't beat them--let someone else beat them and add salt to their wounds. Ya know..that sorta thing.

      I think we have an amazing opportunity and we live in amazing times.  I do NOT Think that the subject is race as much as it is being intelligent human beings. We've been discussing that on some level for a long time, and if we continue down this path of discussion--we will be discussing for a time to come.  A LONG TIME.

      Some people are of the mind that when people want to be non-diverse that is racist.  I disagree.  If I want to be in and around white or black or Chinese or Eskimo ONLY groups for whatever the reason--IT IS MY RIGHT!  Diversity is not the end all be all of anything.  Those who want to be diverse - should and those who don't wish to be diverse should be free NOT to be. 

      A far superior conversation and one with promising results would be "what it means to be human.  When we accomplish that reach an agreed upon reality of what that is and succeed at it...ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL of these other conversations will organically disappear.  Will you join me in that discussion...

      In the Highest Vibration of Love
      --denise

      • Bethany Heinrich
        Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
        2y ago New York, NY, United States

        I specifically appreciate this paragraph: "A far superior conversation and one with promising results would be "what it means to be human. When we accomplish that reach an agreed upon reality of what that is and succeed at it...ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL of these other conversations will organically disappear. Will you join me in that discussion..." Until we can understand and value everyone equally as human beings, these problems will persist. I'm against all extreme hate groups, not just the KKK, and I wish they'd all disappear. Unfortunately it feels like extreme hate is tipping into politics too with things like the Resistance and the Tea Party, and I find that just as concerning on some levels due to that it breeds division and hate. 

        I specifically appreciate this paragraph: "A far superior conversation and one with promising results would be "what it means to be human. When we accomplish that reach an agreed upon reality of what that is and succeed at it...ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL of these other conversations will organically disappear. Will you join me in that discussion..." Until we can understand and value everyone equally as human beings, these problems will persist. I'm against all extreme hate groups, not just the KKK, and I wish they'd all disappear. Unfortunately it feels like extreme hate is tipping into politics too with things like the Resistance and the Tea Party, and I find that just as concerning on some levels due to that it breeds division and hate. 

      • Bethany Heinrich
        Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
        2y ago New York, NY, United States

        I appreciate your thoughts @Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra. Thank you so much for sharing and contributing to this important discussion!

        I appreciate your thoughts @Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra. Thank you so much for sharing and contributing to this important discussion!

      • Jennifer Ridgeworth
        2y ago London, United Kingdom

        I think this is a wonderful debate but I also want to remind people that the Union generals had slaves as well...so did Jefferson and Washington. it's not just the Confederates to be upset with.

        I think this is a wonderful debate but I also want to remind people that the Union generals had slaves as well...so did Jefferson and Washington. it's not just the Confederates to be upset with.

        • Natasha
          Natasha 💪🏻& 👊🏻 just like NYC
          2y ago New York, NY, United States

          This is true however, "Washington was the only Southern slaveholding Founding Father among the top seven to emancipate his slaves after the American Revolution. Of the seven Founding Fathers, the northerners Benjamin Franklin and John Jay both owned slaves whom they freed, and Jay founded the New York Manumission Society. He had a practice of freeing slaves as adults after a period of service." Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington_and_slavery

          This is true however, "Washington was the only Southern slaveholding Founding Father among the top seven to emancipate his slaves after the American Revolution. Of the seven Founding Fathers, the northerners Benjamin Franklin and John Jay both owned slaves whom they freed, and Jay founded the New York Manumission Society. He had a practice of freeing slaves as adults after a period of service." Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington_and_slavery

        • Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra

          Yes @Jennifer Ridgeworth you are correct!  We are two sides of the same coin being played...until we realize that being upset is an effective misuse of required energy to shift the paradigm equal to our human capacity.

          Yes @Jennifer Ridgeworth you are correct!  We are two sides of the same coin being played...until we realize that being upset is an effective misuse of required energy to shift the paradigm equal to our human capacity.

        • Jennifer Ridgeworth
          2y ago London, United Kingdom

          Do you all think statues of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington should be removed too? Curious to hear people's thoughts. 

          Do you all think statues of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington should be removed too? Curious to hear people's thoughts. 

          • Natasha
            Natasha 💪🏻& 👊🏻 just like NYC
            2y ago New York, NY, United States

            Jefferson and Washington also had many redeeming qualities and have a lot to honor for our society and government. Statues are meant to honor and celebrate someone - there is no need to have a statue just to remember someone. 

            Jefferson and Washington also had many redeeming qualities and have a lot to honor for our society and government. Statues are meant to honor and celebrate someone - there is no need to have a statue just to remember someone. 

          • Bethany Heinrich
            Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
            2y ago New York, NY, United States

            @Katharine Zaleski 65 what do you think? This is an important debate and I'm glad to see it on the platform

            @Katharine Zaleski 65 what do you think? This is an important debate and I'm glad to see it on the platform

    • Katharine Zaleski 65

      So you're related to Karen then?   https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/posteverything/wp/2017/08/15/im-black-robert-e-lee-is-my-ancestor-his-statues-cant-come-down-soon-enough/?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-e%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.4345f55bc89d

      So you're related to Karen then?   https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/posteverything/wp/2017/08/15/im-black-robert-e-lee-is-my-ancestor-his-statues-cant-come-down-soon-enough/?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-e%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.4345f55bc89d

      • Bethany Heinrich
        Bethany Heinrich Mogul Influencer
        2y ago New York, NY, United States

        Unfortunately @Katharine Zaleski 65 I think many of us are related to those that owned slaves. We can all agree it's an awful part of history. 

        Unfortunately @Katharine Zaleski 65 I think many of us are related to those that owned slaves. We can all agree it's an awful part of history. 

        • OG Mack Drama
          2y ago Scottsdale, AZ, United States

          It's only awful if a descendent of slave owners and a decent of slaves can not both be treated equally and afforded the same rights and opportunities in these free United States of America. Plus have respect for each other as well!

          It's only awful if a descendent of slave owners and a decent of slaves can not both be treated equally and afforded the same rights and opportunities in these free United States of America. Plus have respect for each other as well!

        • Denise Baraka Lawrence aka KweenKleokatra

          @Bethany Heinrich Bethany...we are ALL related.  Here's 2 mini stories. (in third person) 


          A native New Yorker is invited to North Carolina for a family reunion of relatives she didn't know she even had and subsequently relocates to the area.  Early on she sits on the banks of the Cape Fear River with her toddler next to a mature "Blue Hair"..who is entertaining her granddaughter around the same age as her child.  The children immediately begin to play together and have a wonderful time.  The woman (Blue Hair) strikes up a conversation...and a beautiful conversation ensues and a conversation traverses all manner of emotions to include slavery.  when the woman left she said "enjoy it here, we're glad you're here, your people built this place.  At the time, the NYer had no clue this was one of the wealthiest women of old money of the area.  She ended her conversation with "well..we ain't all like that."  I didn't even know what she meant.  My exposure to overt racism had been all but non-existent.  As a new resident--I never forgot what she said - and ya know what.. she was/is right.

          II
          The native NY'er lived in the city...however, her "people" were from the deep country and the family had what is called "heir property"..which when she went to search it out in the courthouse and told her family name...to the beige lady behind the counter-- the woman jumps up from behind the counter and runs around and hugs her and shouts with glee as if she found a long lost relative "you're my cousin". 

          We are ONE!  Some of our "cousins" were on EITHER side of the vitriol this past weekend, past decade, past century.  Unity is more about participation than it is about love.  Agree on what we want our realities to look like....and we can do it.  Using intelligent behavior we CAN live up to our HUMAN  capacity.  

          We romanticize our histories.  Heck, people even romanticize the relationships they had with people when they die.  Often it is NOT as good as we remember..we simply WISH that it was.    It is because, we really WANT to be what we THINK we are.  

          The time is now for us to drop the "R" The time is now for us to be Evolutionary vs Revolutionary--revolving on the same old stories.  We HAVE the technology.  We ARE the technology.  Ya know...I think we CAN be!  Fact is...I know we can!  :)  NAH...I know we WILL!

          Humanity is SumOne©  https://vimeo.com/134203046


          @Bethany Heinrich Bethany...we are ALL related.  Here's 2 mini stories. (in third person) 


          A native New Yorker is invited to North Carolina for a family reunion of relatives she didn't know she even had and subsequently relocates to the area.  Early on she sits on the banks of the Cape Fear River with her toddler next to a mature "Blue Hair"..who is entertaining her granddaughter around the same age as her child.  The children immediately begin to play together and have a wonderful time.  The woman (Blue Hair) strikes up a conversation...and a beautiful conversation ensues and a conversation traverses all manner of emotions to include slavery.  when the woman left she said "enjoy it here, we're glad you're here, your people built this place.  At the time, the NYer had no clue this was one of the wealthiest women of old money of the area.  She ended her conversation with "well..we ain't all like that."  I didn't even know what she meant.  My exposure to overt racism had been all but non-existent.  As a new resident--I never forgot what she said - and ya know what.. she was/is right.

          II
          The native NY'er lived in the city...however, her "people" were from the deep country and the family had what is called "heir property"..which when she went to search it out in the courthouse and told her family name...to the beige lady behind the counter-- the woman jumps up from behind the counter and runs around and hugs her and shouts with glee as if she found a long lost relative "you're my cousin". 

          We are ONE!  Some of our "cousins" were on EITHER side of the vitriol this past weekend, past decade, past century.  Unity is more about participation than it is about love.  Agree on what we want our realities to look like....and we can do it.  Using intelligent behavior we CAN live up to our HUMAN  capacity.  

          We romanticize our histories.  Heck, people even romanticize the relationships they had with people when they die.  Often it is NOT as good as we remember..we simply WISH that it was.    It is because, we really WANT to be what we THINK we are.  

          The time is now for us to drop the "R" The time is now for us to be Evolutionary vs Revolutionary--revolving on the same old stories.  We HAVE the technology.  We ARE the technology.  Ya know...I think we CAN be!  Fact is...I know we can!  :)  NAH...I know we WILL!

          Humanity is SumOne©  https://vimeo.com/134203046


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