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Mark Lloyd – FCC ‘Diversity Czar’ 2005 Audio

Diversity = too many white people.

Have we just reached the point where racism against whites is acceptable?

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Who Said This?

“If we are a democracy, the current parties and the current leaders will be held accountable for their actions as public representatives. What matters here is not their charisma or the way they wave their hands during a speech or how much they love their children, but their policy decisions on behalf of the public.”

Mark Lloyd about President Clinton in 1996.

I found it ironic. Times changes, the players change, real change – nope.

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Mark Lloyd – Just Wow

Apparently racism is a requirement if you want to be a part of the Obama administration.

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This is the same guy that thinks Hugo Chavez is a hero.

Mr. Lloyd your dark skin isn’t frightening, your belief system and possible influence on our society is. How dare you group the entire white race into a single sentence and call us all racists? You sir are a bigot and I for one do not want you on my payroll.

There is at least one Congressman asking questions regarding Mark Lloyd, Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR). Although, I’m not sure he’s getting any real answers.

According to the FCC Chairman, Julius Genachowski, we have nothing to worry about. Mark Lloyd is only working on broadband – nothing here, move on.

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FCC, Mark Lloyd And Hugo Chavez

Via Reuters:

CARACAS, Sept 5 (Reuters) – Venezuela will pull the plug on 29 more radio stations, a top official in President Hugo Chavez’s government said on Saturday, just weeks after dozens of other outlets were closed in a media clampdown.

Infrastructure Minister Diosdado Cabello closed 34 radio stations in July, saying the government was “democratizing” media ownership. Critics say the move limits freedom of expression and has taken critical voices off the airwaves.

The powerful Chavez ally has threatened to close over 100 stations in total, part of a long-term campaign against private media that the government says are biased against Chavez’s government.

This is what our new FCC Czar, Mark Lloyd, considers a “democratic revolution”.

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