Adolph Mongo - Opinions of Democracy

Not to be "that guy," but after all these years, how democratic are we really?  I remember (not so long ago) how a president was elected in a very narrow race largely due to what should have been an unforgivable and unforgettable error in the polling process. Is it a mere coincidence that this very same state was then governed by the candidates' own brother?  I'm not completely screaming conspiracy here, but how did we just let this go over without massive outcry from every corner of the country?

 I also remember how our country went to war - attacking a perceived foe (not because they had attacked us on our home turf), but based on the claim that they were harboring those that we concluded were the attackers.  I guess it didn't really hurt that we gained a little bit of access to all of those billions of dollars of assets (including oil & gold) that belonged to the people of that region.

Contemplating even further, I can think back even further on the way that massive amounts of drugs have historically made their way into inner-city areas all around the U.S.  The last time that I checked, there were little or no inner-city import firms connected to Colombia or even Mexico.  The average guy in the hood can barely tell you the origin of the drugs that he sees around him every day.  Could it be that some larger major powers are working behind the scenes to cut down on the inner-city population just a bit?  And while we're on the subject of puppet masters doing perverse population control - who really believes that AIDS just "appeared" out of nowhere.  They initially called it the gay man's disease, but wasn't homosexuality more prevalent in Rome? Not one recorded case of AIDS or HIV there? Interesting.

One more point of interest for you to ponder - In Detroit, is it merely a coincidence that the inner-city was allowed to fall into unequivocal disrepair and despair - witnessing tens of thousands of people flee for the burbs - while smarter & wealthier folks headed back into the city?  See; here's the thing - those people that are reclaiming their place in the city know that the city is much closer to downtown Detroit & JOBS than the suburbs-cum-slums like Southfield.

Just my opinions.

Adolph Mongo


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Political Advisor and Consultant, Adolph Mongo, Tells it All in Upcoming Book

Adolph Mongo, Detroit political adviser and media consultant recently announced that he is working on a new book about the Detroit political scene. Entitled From Coleman to Kwame “30 Years of Detroit Politics.”

Adolph Mongo

Adolph Mongo, Detroit, MI born political strategist and commentator has had a fascinating career in Detroit politics. He once served as a consultant and strategist for Detroit Mayors Coleman Young and Kwame Kilpatrick. During the Kilpatrick campaign, Adolph Mongo’s strategies resulted in an upset win for Kilpatrick over Freman Hendrix in the 2005 election for Detroit Mayor.
Adolph Mongo also served as one of the key players for attorney Geoffrey Fieger in his bid for governor of Michigan in the 1998 Democratic Party primary. He has also been campaign advisor in elections that have resulted in victories, including six Michigan Court of Appeals Judges, five Circuit Court Judges, three Wayne County Prosecutors and two U.S. Congressman. He has also acted as consultant for two U.S. Presidential Candidates. Adolph Mongo has also served as consultant  for Ken Cochran, acting mayor of Detroit after Kilpatrick resigned from office in 2008 and to Jim Blanchard during his campaign for Governor of Michigan.
Adolph Mongo has also been involved in community affairs and as activist and media consultant in his hometown of Detroit. In 1998, Adolph Mongo led a protest against the Detroit Medical Center after a white nursing supervisor at Sinai Hospital demanded, in the form of a sign posted outside, that black people, which included medical personnel,  not to be admitted into a 74-year-old white patient’s room. The incident resulted in the supervisor being fired later.
Adolph Mongo was also instrumental in the protests that resulted in the release of three black students that had been falsely accused of killing a Taylor, MI white woman in 2007. The real killers were arrested later and convicted for murder. He also protested the NAACP for honoring Kid Rock in 2011 because the singer supports the use of the Confederate Flag.
Adolph Mongo has over twenty-eight years of professional experience. He has been a news writer in Kalamazoo and Detroit in Michigan and also in Maryland and Colorado. He also served as a military journalist when he served his country as a United States Marine. His experience also includes time as a political strategist, media consultant, community activist and urban education recruitment expert.
Adolph Mongo is currently working on his first book about Detroit politics which is to be released soon. He currently has offices in Washington, DC and serves as consultant for several well-known political figures. He returns to his beloved hometown of Detroit, Michigan frequently and is still active in Detroit politics.  He also currently serves as a consultant to the owner of the Ambassador Bridge, Detroit International Bridge Company. The bridge connects Detroit, MI with Canada and is one of the busiest border crossings in the United States.

About Adolph Mongo:
Adolph Mongo, Detroit, MI born political strategist and commentator. He once served as a consultant and strategist for Detroit Mayors Coleman Young and Kwame Kilpatrick. Adolph Mongo currently has offices in Washington, DC and serves as consultant for several well-known political figures. For more information on Adolph Mongo and his political career
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