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Did You Know? Forty-One Cent Secret

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I shared this piece some time ago, which I find enlightening. The legacy of the American heritage shows that wherever you look you find racism. It’s horrible racial history has always been controlled by economics, no matter what, nothing trumps cash but cash only. Let me tell you about a little-known American secret. We hold it in our hands and carry in our pockets – coins, but most people probably have no idea that there is a subliminal message concealed within what I call “The 41 Cent Secret.” The lure of money is so powerful that you will sell your soul for it. Ergo, most people think racism is about the color of your skin, but it’s not.

It is about color true, but the color is green. Therefore, the phrase on money, “In God we trust,” is really a catchphrase suggesting that economic superiority is the cornerstone of the American legacy. As we know, slavery and the economic profits derived from it built a capitalistic society, and this message speaks to the heart of it.

I’m sure you know that a secret is designed to elude observation because it contains information that, if disclosed, could endanger. Therefore, secrets are never to be told or shared. I would like you to take a quarter, nickel, dime, and a penny placing them in a row in that order from left to right. Look at the coins very carefully. What do you see other than the obvious – forty-one cent. Notice the faces on the coins. You will see four presidents – but there is more.

NOW STOP! Look very carefully – what do you think you see?

You should see this: There is President’s Washington, Roosevelt, Jefferson, and Lincoln. Washington was the father of the country who instituted, by law, slavery as an American institution and owned many slaves. Jefferson, well we all know his storied history relating to slaves. Then there was Roosevelt, who had the same philosophy, but live in the era of segregation.

Now notice that Washington, Jefferson, and Roosevelt have turned their backs on Lincoln, arguably the most significant of all presidents. Lincoln is on the lowest denomination of all money, and it is made of copper, the cheapest metal. Now, notice that the penny looks like you in color (if you are African American). This was done to scorn Lincoln for all eternity because he freed the slaves. Anytime someone comes along who changes the system, the status quo; they will be scorned or destroyed. You have heard of – assassination.

You have carried change in my pockets all of your life but did you know there was a subliminal message. It is important to understand “The system is designed to protect the system.” Now, let me put this into perspective. It takes an act of congress to get a face approved to be put on a postage stamp. This was no accident.

If you can see this and understand it, know that there are other forms of deception perpetrated by the majority people who control the system. In particular, systematic slavery that continues, and designed to make sure people of a certain race remain a permanent underclass. This is what is meant by the system protecting the system. It is all about wealth, which drives the system. And that’s my thought provoking perspective…


Economic Insanity: Time To Boycott

6The definition of insanity is doing the same things over and over; knowing you’re going to get the same result. This speaks to the behavior of the so-called Negro! Yeah, I know others have identified this group of people in many ways for the purpose of control, but as it has always been the case, any distinction given by others are designed to confuse and manipulate. Since the days of slavery and the first person of African descent to arrive in this land they were and have been used as a source of economic profit. The future of black people is capitalizing on black empowerment, if the race is too survive!!!

Statistics shows that black people spends over one trillion dollars each year. If you need to see what that number looks like – $1,000,000,000,000! This fact, sadly, proves the conditioning of insanity in that less than one percent of that sum is spent with blacks or in the black community! Yet, this group of people has not realized that this is Black Power. Why is it so difficult to understand that we need to be like other cultures and support our own? Latino’s do, the Asians do, and for sure white people do it – it is insane that we don’t. Black people will let anyone come into their community and set up shop to take their money. Payday comes and within fifteen minutes of being paid, it’s given to others.

It is time that we do as Garvey, Malcolm, Woodson, and others have prescribed and understand that the system of survival is economics – MONEY. Until this comes to fruition people of African descent will remain helpless, wealth-less, and dare I say worthless. The argument is always – the White Man! No – No, the problem is our conditioning!

Suppose you look at it this way. CANCEL Christmas next year! If on Christmas, which is simply a created holiday, like all others, everyone refuses to spend any money. Imagine the impact on the economy. Maybe a good first step would be to take one day a week and not spend any money unless you buy black. Just prescribe to the radical theory of BUYING BLACK would get the attention of those who are and have used you for gain.

I have suggested a number of times; we can solve our problems by simply investing in ourselves. There are more than forty-two [42] million black people residing in America. If each contributed one [$1] dollar to a fund, it would generate forty-two million each week. Multiple that time fifty-two weeks and that figure times five years. That total sum properly invested would provide the necessary resources to uplift our people and thereby creating the much-needed independence to be free! And again, BUY BLACK!

I know you’re first thought is, like most fools would say, who is going to handle or get the money. I know I’ve heard it before! It is an insult to all of us because the mere fact that you have nothing anyway – so why argue this point. The most powerful man in the world is black, you know, the president, so there are black people who are capable of administering such a project. Let me be clear, I am not talking about these so-call leaders like Al or Jesse that are already bought.

Maybe if you would sacrifice for ourselves instead of what most give away every Sunday morning – we might be able to secure a future of our descendants for generations to come. I think there should be more black people with wealth than the usual mentioned five or ten that have forgotten you! What I am saying is – this is the only way to survive and to build a nation. It has been hundreds of years and those you support and give your money to have yet to assist black people in any meaningful way! And that’s my thought provoking perspective…


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