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Some People Just Don’t Understand

16266194_1576646812351280_7451924563813283492_nThere are two schools of thought when it comes to matters of race. By that, I mean those who benefitted from such institutions of racial degradation, past and present, and those who are subjected to it. Institutions such as slavery, Jim Crow, and other forms of segregation, for example, will say “why don’t you people forget it”! All the while other folk cling to what they call their heritage; i.e. the holocaust and the rebel flag. I have never heard any of these folk say anything that would suggest that they have forgotten any of those horrible crimes inflicted on them or things that happened to them. The more disturbing fact is that they or the system has brainwashed many black people into agreeing with their point of view. Case in point, the million dollar slaves of today. In the following video clip, it is explained perfectly. And that’s my thought provoking perspective…


True Or Not: We Just Can’t Be Sure

462_160History has always demonstrated that it is all a lie, or at least as it is taught or told. Not too long ago, Bush was viewed as the worst president of them all of them, now he looks like a saint compared to this guy. Even Chaney is looking pretty good in these times! History is always revised or told differently than the fact; one day 45 might be remembered as something of a savior or hero.

I can remember a not so good actor they praise today who was similar to 45. To that point, I lived during his reign and know his history; none of what the republicans preach or say about him is really true. Most of his senior level officials went to prison but they never talk about that Regan. He or his administration was alleged to have been involved in bringing drugs into the country. He was a horrible president! So you see that over time a new narrative is created.

I say that because the fix is in for this guy too. Look back at history, they taught us that Custer’s Last Stand, for example, was a monumental event – it wasn’t. This was the result of a hard headed fool general who was not a general but a colonel; who thought because he was white he remotely had a chance against all the Indians in the world; his 270 men against 1000’s. But his legacy is one of an astounding accomplishment maybe because it gave cause to the government to slaughtering the American Indian tribes in retaliation.

Here is my favorite, the Alamo; there were about 230 or so white men and one black man, a slave, held up in and old mud-walled church defending it in the name of Texas which was not on America soil against almost four-thousand Mexicans. Of course, all died and what happened; they made them heroes and made countless movies and books about them in the name of glory. By the way, most of the story they told was far from the truth. The whole battle lasted less than an hour. Think about it, how would anyone know what took place behind those walls?

Let’s look back at the founding fathers; they told us all these tall tales but in reality, all of them had devious backgrounds. Most were document slave-owners and the rest were segregationists or bigots. In fact, it was probably not until the 1950’s that a black person even was allowed to enter the White House unless that person was working there and black people build it. Oh, I may have misspoken; good ol Freddy Douglass may have been the only one who got in. For that matter they make movies making black characters white.

Most shameful however is they have removed Egypt from Africa and now claim aliens from outer space built the pyramids. As I have said before we can’t believe anything they tell us. Let me take this to the extreme and talk about this person called Jesus. First, if he ever existed he was black! What they did was make him the biggest weapon used to further white supremacy all over the world. The made him white on purpose for that reason but you can never convince people of this point of view.

Black people fought in every war only to return to America to live in the same dastardly conditions white folk created. Think about it black Americans fought for the freedom of other people in their lands to give them freedom but did not have it here in America. So how can one not say what truth is and what is true or not? We just can’t be sure! We never own up to certain people for the past in digressions of some when it comes to matters of race! And that is my thought provoking perspective…


Organ Harvesting: The White Man’s Secret

1-We know and history is very clear about the evils of white folks and their history shows they have committed the most carnage on the planet. What I mean to say is that they will sell dog crap if there is a market or money to be made. We know as black people that they are inferior because they are more susceptible to diseases. Therefore, we can assume that their organs wear out and need to be replaced more frequently than other folk. Therefore, organs need to be found to fill that need and who do you think is expendable – black people.

Let’s look back to slavery, we saw the black woman nursing white babies – why; for the minerals that exist in her milk! Fast forward to today, there are thousands of black people who go missing every year never to be found. Also, your local mortuary may be complicit in this scheme to steal organs as well. During your visit to see you loved one who has expired, you see marks and scars on the body; due to your emotion state, you assume that they are from an autopsy – right. You never think or can look inside the body to see if the organs are there? There have been cases where black bodies were stuffed with newspapers.

The organ trade is all encircled in secret, which means the stealing of human organs business is a crime – someone must die for the tissues or other body parts to be used for the purpose of transplant to those rich people still living; so they can use to continue to live. There is a global need or demand for healthy body parts for transplantation, far exceeding the number of available donors. It is reported to be a waiting list of over a hundred thousand people waiting for a new organ in the United States alone. On average, an individual will wait three to five years for an organ to become available for transplant, which means there is a huge shortage of organs available.

Therefore, many countries view this epidemic as in the stealing of organs a commercial trade in human organs. The legal status of organ trade, however, is changing around the world. Trade in human organs is illegal in many jurisdictions in a number of ways and for various reasons, though organ trafficking is widespread. The data on the extent of the black market is difficult to obtain but we know thousands of black people go missing every year in America and there are people who prey on the helpless in times of disaster. Like during the earthquake in Haiti.

Most nations have some form of legislation meant to prevent the illegal trading of organs, whether by an outright ban or through legislation that limits how and by whom donations can be made. Most states have an option on your driver’s license that allows you to donate your organs and there are states like Wisconsin providing tax deductions to living donors. Let me be clear, this is a black market that is a white only club. Black people are merely the victims.

For example, in Iran where there are legal markets; the price of a kidney ranges from $2,000 to $4,000. On the black market, however, the price may be above $160,000, most of which is taken by middlemen. Additionally, when done through black market-affiliated medical providers, the transplant operation is dangerous to both the donor and recipient but the organs of choice are from black people. The typical price paid to donors on the black market is thought to be about $5,000, but some donors receive as little as $1,000.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), illegal organ trade occurs when organs are removed from the body for the purpose of commercial transactions. The WHO has stated that “Payment for… organs is likely to take unfair advantage of the poorest and most vulnerable groups, undermines altruistic donation and leads to profiteering and human trafficking.” Despite ordinances against organ sales, it was estimated that 5% of all organ recipients had engaged in black market organs for transplants.

Research indicates that illegal organ stealing is on the rise, with a recent report by Global Financial Integrity estimating that the illegal organ trade generates profits between $600 million and $1.2 billion per year, which span over many countries. These countries include, but are not limited to black people but the poor.

This is a very disturbing act upon humanity but if you are worth millions or billions why not kill a black person, take the organ you need so you can live. The history of these people shows how deviant and merciless from what has been documented; the murders of million and raping Africa! In fact, when you put on your driver license want to be an organ donor – you make yourself pray! I submit all of the drive by shootings and murders are not an accident – it is done with a more sinister reason. And that is my thought provoking perspective…


Sunday Morning Truth

Religion is the world’s biggest problem facing mankind, not only because most them are created by man himself, but designed to control what you think so they know what you are thinking. According to some estimates, there are roughly 4,200 religions in the world. The word religion is sometimes used interchangeably with “faith” or “belief system”, but religion differs from private belief in that it has a public aspect.

Therefore, I say religion was hijacked for monetary reasons. Most wars were and are fought because of some religion; the age old adage good versus evil! We need to come to realize that most of what we are taught is propaganda and brainwashing, which has nothing to do with spirituality.

The world would be a better place; if people were to write a new covenant and seek a new reality, studied the history of what you are taught, which means from its root and begin to think for him or herself as God intended. Look at it this way; religion is the opiate of people! And that’s my thought provoking perspective…


Imagine: The Sins Of Their Fathers

This is a powerful speech, lesson, and teaching of history that everyone should know!


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I love history, not His-Story because almost everything we are taught via His-Story is a lie. In fact, there are lies and damn lies which is what His-Story is! However, the truth is available but you must look for it. “They” are not going to present it to you in any form factually. Further, visit your local library because there you can find where “all the lies are buried”.

Most people think racism is about skin color. No, nothing could be further from the truth. The root of racism is ECONOMICS! The so-called Negro, the lost people of antiquity, has had only one desire since being removed from the mother-land our place of origin – Africa. We asked white folk to treat us like human beings and to obtain equality as such. People of African heritage who now call themselves African Americans have from the day they were dragged onto the shores of this country have simply asked America to honor the promise they claim comes with liberty. Another lie!!!

I’ll quote Dr. King, who said, “We were given a blank check” and we would like to cash it – paid in full. Let’s be very clear, people of African descent, the so-called Negro, are the only immigrates to come to this country against their will. Once here forced into a life of bondage as chattel. The results have caused a condition called “Post Slave Condition” derived from the amoral devastation of slavery.

For the record, “a Negro” was created by the wretched souls who arrived in America to lay claim to land that wasn’t even theirs. When I say, created I mean there were no such people anywhere on earth before Europeans took the captives from Africa and brought them to America. The result was creating a nation of people placed in a strange land to live without a nationality. This was done specifically through the constitution and legislative laws sanctioned by the government.

From the very beginning, the Africans resisted their captivity and bondage that was to include the ungodly trip across the Atlantic that history calls the Mid-Passage. Once the captives arrived on land, be it in America or anywhere in this hemisphere, there was resistance and rebellion. There were many movements to obtain the promise of freedom like the Abolitionist Movement and Civil Rights Movements in varying forms. Not to mention, the many-many great leader born to affect change but killed by the wretched system of slavery and segregation. I won’t say they all failed, but I will say they did not succeed because equal treatment, particularly under the law and freedom is still absent.

Many African Americans continue to suffer from the untreated wounds of America’s forefathers and their asymptomatic behaviors. These behaviors were never unlearned and have been passed down from generation to generation. This legacy of dependency, apathy, and entrenchment of the American social order from the beginning provides clear evidence of those with a diabolical intent to bankrupt the souls of a people based on an ideology of white supremacy. These stolen souls that exist today are people who bear the burden of a system that perpetrated, in the name of God, the greatest crime known to man.

The concept of African Americans being slaves, physically or mentally, is as old as the nation itself, designed to deprive a people of its culture and knowledge through sustained policies of control. To overcome these indignities, we must realize that education is the single most important ingredient necessary to neutralize the forces that breed poverty and despair.

Regardless of how much we are held down, it is our responsibility to find a way to get up, even if the system is designed to protect the system. The great Bob Marley reminded us to “Stand-up – Stand-up for your rights”. And that’s my Thought Provoking Perspective…

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The Story Continues

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I often speak of visiting those places I call Brownsville, you know, those segregated places mandated by law as a result of the wretched system of “Separate but Equal”. I try to resurrect the ghost of the greats that changed the world, which have caused me to live a life promised to all Americans. Having said that, I readily admit there is still a long way to go.

I have shared the African American journey that no doubt is the greatest story ever told. Maybe let me say this more succinctly by quoting Jesse in terms of witnessing our story coming “From the outhouse to the White House”. The irony of this was that Africans were dragged onto the shores of this place the slaves called “merica” to now having a man of African descent in the White House as President. Frankly, this is the most significant event since Christ rose from the grave.

This evolution brought about our acquiescence to political agendas, abdicating our own economic self-sufficiency for the greater good and most working diligently for the economic well-being of African American people. Since the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments were written many have died for the rights described therein, and we continue to fight for equality still.

Let me leave you with this thought from “The Mis-Education of the Negro,” the most profound novel ever written in my opinion, originally published in 1933 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, who is known as the father of Black History Month. I might add that this book should be mandatory reading for all African Americans – young and old.

The thesis of Dr. Woodson’s book is that Negroes of his day were being culturally indoctrinated rather than taught in American schools, or not even given the advantage of education. This conditioning, he claims, causes African Americans to become dependent, seeking out inferior places in the greater society of which they are a part. This assertion is clearly evident nearly eighty years later.

He challenged his readers to become empowered by doing for themselves, regardless of what they were taught: “History shows that it does not matter who is in power… those who have not learned to do for themselves and have to depend solely on others never obtain any more rights or privileges in the end than they did in the beginning.”

This goes beyond the imagination, irrespective of the many promises that have been made and broken, that fairness exists. Religion teaches us when we die there is a place where there is a mansion with streets paved with gold. Be that as it may, let’s agree with the great Curtis Mayfield who wrote: “we are people who are darker than blue”. He also said, “People get ready there’s a train a comin. You don’t need no ticket. All you need is faith to get on board…”

Some of you may know George Orwell’s statement about history:

Whoever controls the past controls the future, and whoever controls the present controls the past. And whoever’s in charge of a culture decides what history we get, or tries to decide what history we get, and our job is to look beyond that and to try to find our own history, the one that they don’t want us to have. You know what I mean by “they.” I won’t—I won’t give you any names, but there is—there’s always a “they.

“Black History is American History”. We have witnessed the first man of African descent elected president of these United States, and I am thankful to have lived to see what no one living or dead ever thought would occur. God Bless America but the train has not reached its destination, and the greatest story ever told will continue! And that is my Thought Provoking Perspective…

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