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“Win Them Over By Whatever Is Available – Even Upon Utilizing The Cunning Of The Serpent!”

 

“Neither wicked men nor devils can hinder the work of ‘God,’ or shut out ‘His’ presence from ‘His’ people, if they will, with subdued, contrite hearts, confess and put away their sins, and in faith claim ‘His’ promises. Every temptation, every opposing influences, whether open or secret, may be successfully resisted, “Not By Might, Nor By Power, But By My Spirit, saith the ‘Lord Of Hosts!”

(Zachariah 4:6)

~ “An Infinite Place, An Infinite Purpose” ~

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By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

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The finite minds of men are inadequate to fully comprehend the plans and purposes of the “Infinite One.” To wise in their own conceit to search the scriptures with contrition of soul and earnest prayer for divine guidance, they have no shield from delusion. Satan stands ready to supply and deliver the heart’s desire of all who wish it. The plan of deception replaces the reality of truth.

 

Of the most successful agencies of the “Great Deceiver” are the divisive teachings and lying wonders of spiritualism. Disguised as an “Angel of Light,” he spreads his nets where least suspected. If only men would simply study the book of ‘God’ with earnest prayer, they might understand it; they would probably not be left to the darkness of receiving false doctrines…as they reject the truth, they fall prey to deception.

Many who have no real faith in God or in His word assent to some principles of truth and pass themselves off as Christians, are enabled to introduce their errors as scriptural doctrines.

Taking the position that it is of no consequence what men believe is one of Satan’s most successful deceptions. He knows the truth…he knows that the truth, received in the love of it, sanctifies the soul of the receiver; therefore he is constantly seeking to substitute false theories, fables, and another gospel.

 

From the beginning of man’s time on Earth, the servants of God have contended against false teachers, not merely as vicious men, but as inculcators of falsehoods that were (are) fatal to the soul.

The purposeful works of our great adversary is to confuse (the masses) minds so that they shall not discern the truth along with discord and division. Satan sees the Lord’s servants burdened because of the spiritual darkness of appetite or to some other form of self-gratification, and thus numbs their sensibilities so that they fail to hear the very things which they most need to learn.

Satan fully knows that all, whom he can lead to neglect prayer and the searching of the scriptures, will be overcome by his attacks. Therefore he invents every possible device to engross the mind in order to gain victory… Victory at all costs!”

 

“The servants of “Hell,” instead of following the truth, make it their business and religion to change the truth and seek some fault of character of error of faith in those whom they do not agree. They will put a false coloring upon the words and acts of those who love and obey the truth. In order to sustain erroneous doctrines or un-Christian-like, (un-Islam-like, un-Hebrew-like, un-Jewish-like, un-Buddha-like, un-Hindu-like, etc.,) practices, some will seize upon passages of scripture separated from the context, perhaps quoting half of a single verse as proof to their point of view.

With the “Cunning of The Serpent” they entrench themselves behind disconnected utterances construed to suit their carnal desires.

 

…Many will fully pervert The Word of God!”

 

This masterpiece…this successful accomplishment of Satan’s deceptions to keep the minds of men searching and conjecturing in regard to that which ‘God’ has not made known and which ‘He’ does not intend that we should understand.  And this is one of the reasons Lucifer lost his place in Heaven. He became dissatisfied because all the secrets of God’s purposes were not confided to him, and he entirely disregarded that which was revealed concerning his own work in the lofty position assigned to him. By arousing the same discontent in the angels under his command, he caused their fall from grace as well. He now (and continually) seeks to imbue the minds of men with the same spirit and to lead them also to disregard the direct commands of God.

 

The utter yet subtle and mischievous error is the fast spreading, wide-spreading, and possibly ubiquitous belief that Satan has no existence as a personal being; that the name is used in scripture merely to represent men’s evil thoughts and desires. Wordly wisdom teaches that prayer is not essential.

Men of science claim that there can be no real answer to prayer; that this would be a violation of law, a miracle, and those miracles have no existence. The universe, they say, is governed by fixed laws, and God Himself does nothing contrary to these laws.

The errors of popular theology have driven many a soul to skepticism. This is one object which Satan seeks to accomplish. There is nothing that he desires more than to destroy man’s confidence in ‘God’ and in ‘His Word’“The Word Of God!”

 

Satan stands at the head of the great army of doubters, and he works to the utmost of his power to beguile souls into his ranks. It has become fashionable to doubt.

 

Large classes of people look upon “The Word of God” with distrust. They are un-willing to obey its requirements and endeavor to overthrow its authority. They read the Bible and listen to its teachings as presented from the sacred desk, merely to find fault with the scriptures or the sermon. Many become infidels in order to justify or excuse themselves in neglect of duty. Others adopt skeptical principles from pride and indolence in order to distinguish themselves by accomplishing anything worthy of honor, which requires effort and self-denial. They aim to secure a reputation for superior wisdom by criticizing the Bible and just-thinking people.

Not only do they not realize that they are entangling themselves in the snare of the fowler, they feel that they must maintain their positions while openly expressing unbelief…that must be maintained. And with this, they have united with un-Godly intentions, closing the gates of paradise – denying them passage therein.

 

Neither wicked men nor devils can hinder “The Work Of God,” or shut-out ‘His’ presence from ‘His’ people. Satan can present a counterfeit so closely resembling the truth that it deceives those who are willing to be deceived.

The ‘Lord’ permits ‘His’ people to be subjected to the fiery ordeal of temptation, not because he takes pleasure in their distress and affliction, but because this process is essential to their final victory.

‘He’ could not, consistently with ‘His’ own glory; shield them from temptation; for the very object of the trial is to prepare them to resist all the allurements of evil.

 

Satan is well aware that the weakest soul who abides in ‘Christ’ is more than a match for the hosts of darkness – should he reveal himself, he would be met and resisted.

 

No woman, man, or child is safe for a day or an hour without prayer. Satan is an expert in quoting scripture, placing his own interpretations upon passages, by which he hopes to cause us to stumble.

It is certain that the devils have a profound knowledge of all things. No theologian can interpret the “Holy Scriptures” better than they can; no lawyer has a more detailed knowledge of testaments, contracts, and actions; no physician of philosopher can better understand the virtues of the heavens, the stars, birds, fishes, trees, herbs, metals, and stones.

Satan possesses great courage, incredible cunning, superhuman wisdom, the most acute penetration, consummate prudence, an incomparable skill in veiling the most pernicious artifices under a specious disguise, and a malicious and infinite hatred toward the human race, implacable and incurable!”

 

“It Is Better To Rule In Hell Than To Serve In Heaven!”

 

We should all study the (Bible, Qur’an, The Torah, E. G. White, etc.) ‘Holy Books’ with humility of heart and never losing sight of our dependence upon ‘God.’

 

While we must constantly guard against the devices of Satan, we should pray in faith continually:

 

“Lead Us Not Into Temptation!”

 

Being “The First People” we have been placed in a position, a time, and a place of “Infinite Proportions” that only ‘GOD’ can undo!

 

We have survived every assault that man has afflicted upon us and survived. We have survived this current ‘MAAFA’ as we (a diversity of good people, God-Loving People) will survive this atrocity that is afflicted upon us today, tomorrow, and into infinity…with “The Grace of God!”

 

~“Oh Yeah, We Did It First! – The First Of Many Contributions By Blacks In The U.S.-

 

Til Next Time…

 

 

 

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Source Acknowledgements:

 

“Snares of Satan” – The Great Controversy, Past-Present-Future, E. G. White, Project Restore, Inc., and Remnant Publications, Inc.

 

“The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology” Russell Hope Robins, Crown Publishers, Inc, N.Y., 1959

 

The Teachings, Guidance, and Wisdom of ‘The Holy Bible – King James Version,’ ‘The Holy Qur’an, and passages from The TorahThe TalmudThe Mishnah, The ‘Hebrew’ Culture and Beliefs in Black America

 

“Black Firsts,” Dr. Jessie Carney Smith, Author of “Epic Lives” and Winner of “Women’s National Book Association Award”

 

Boulware Enterprises and “The Lord God Almighty!”

 

May ‘The Good Lord’ Keep You and Yours Safe and Prosperous, ‘As Salaam Alaikum,’ ‘Shabbat Shalom’…

 

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~ “Sankofa the Maafa” ~

 

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“Oh Yeah, We Did It First! – The First Of Many Contributions By Blacks In The U.S.”

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

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In an attempt to introduce evidence that contradicts many who have claims to being the first at inventing, creating, and the illusion of being the first at anything, while Blacks have been displayed or described at doing absolutely nothing at all. This premise encourages me to share some insight into the truth of whom it is that was actually first.

 

It was the book “Black Firsts” Two Thousand Years of Extraordinary Achievements by Sister Dr. Jessie Carney Smith, that actually planted the seed in my mind to publish something that adds heightened support to the contributions of Black People to the world at large.

 

Brother Deacon Ron Gray reinforced this innovative effort with his posting of “Black Inventors of the 20th and 21st Century!” This video also makes a profound statement with the mentioning of the book “Black Inventors” Crafting Over Two Hundred Years of Success by

Keith C. Holmes.

http://blackinamerica.com/content/296113/black-inventors-of-the-20th-and-21st-century  

 

This project series will be presented in part, in order for those of us who haven’t a clue as to the importance of our people’s contributions in and to the United States as well as what we have introduced throughout the Whole World Wide!

 

There are many Black innovators who have not been included in the listing(s) due to lack of resource information.

 

Examples include the invention of ‘The Clock’ by Benjamin Banneker and the “Potato Chip” by George Crum and the first Black Woman Astronaut, Mae C. Jemison and Garrett A Morgan’s invention, the ‘Traffic Signal!

 

“We don’t know that things can be done, that dreams can be fulfilled, that great accomplishments can be realized, until somebody takes that first step and shows the way!”

~ Dr. Jessie Carney Smith ~

 

“What Is A Man/Woman Who Does Not Try To Make Things Better?”

 

Let Us Now Begin:

 

PART ONE:

 

“We all have our heroes and sheroes. For people who have been systematically important to remember and celebrate those who have won personal victories against the forces arrayed against them. This remembrance can take different forms. One is the folk tale. From Africa came tales of an animal – spider or rabbit – who, though cunning, triumphed over stronger predatory and dangerous animals. But apparent meekness was not the only strategy. Black people also celebrated, as openly as they dared the bold rebel who broke the bonds. Black folklore is a way of remembering in order to struggle against oppression and in the interest of building a community.

 

For many African Americans the first person to achieve a goal and gain recognition is ever so important as a symbol of hope and a beacon for the future. These woman and men become living proof that it is possible to crack what seems to be a monolithic system of oppression. P. B. S. Pinchback and L. Douglas Wilder are shining examples of men who joined the ranks of our heroes because they were the first to do what had never been done before by Black Americans. Pinchback was the first Black State Governor and held the appointed position in Louisiana from December 1872 to January 1873. More than a century would pass before Wilder became the first Black elected governor for the state of Virginia in 1990. Black Firsts records and celebrates the pioneers who displayed and continue to display great courage and perseverance in the face of odds that would discourage lesser souls.

 

Not all of the trailblazers encountered in Black Firsts set out to challenge the system directly. Many used their guile and courage to build and challenge the system directly. Many used their guile and courage to build and sustain the Black Community. And as a community, African Americans, no matter how oppressed, have always nurtured positive values that are then passed on to subsequent generations. Black Firsts records the names of African American women and men known to history who first formed the churches and built the schools and performed a myriad of other tasks without which Black Folks as a people could not have survived. In doing this, the book offers a sense of the richness of Black History and will perhaps inspire the ignorant of the forgetful to explore the past to gain insight for the present and strength for the future.”

~ Johnnetta B. Cole, President of Spelman College ~

 

Architecture:

1908 – Vertner W. Tandy, Sr., (1885-1949) was the first Black American architect registered in New York State. He designed Villa LeWaro, on the Hudson River, the mansion of hair care magnate Madame C. J. Walker.

Tandy also known for founding Alpha Phi fraternity at Cornell University.

1953 – Paul Revere Williams (1894-1980), was the first Black Architect to become a fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Certified in California in 1915, he designed homes and buildings for Hollywood luminaries. In addition to designing more than three thousand homes, ranging in value from ten thousand to six hundred thousand dollars, Williams served as associate architect for the fifty-million dollar Los Angeles International Airport.

 

1954 – Norma Merrick Sklarek (1928) was the first Black Woman registered architect. Registered in New York State and later in California (1962), she was also the first Black Woman fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1980.”

 

End of part one…

 

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More than 400 years of captivity could not stop the extraordinary achievements of Black People.

 

Danny Glover & Larry Hamm on Black Lives Matter, Police Killings & How to Stop Donald Trump

In New Jersey, lawmakers have recently introduced legislation that would require the state’s attorney general to review every death at the hands of law enforcement. One of the key backers of the New Jersey legislation has been Larry Hamm, chair of the People’s Organization for Progress in New Jersey. We recently spoke to Hamm and actor Danny Glover in Philadelphia at the Democratic National Convention.

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“Oh Yeah, We Did It First! – The First Of Many Contributions By Blacks In The U.S.-Pt. Two”

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

http://blackhistory.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?id=641608

http://blackhistory.com/content/297333/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-in-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-part-one

 

In an attempt to introduce evidence that contradicts many who have claims to being the first at inventing, creating, and the illusion of being the first at anything, while Blacks have been displayed or described at doing absolutely nothing at all. This premise encourages me to share some insight into the truth of who it is that was actually first.

 

It was the book “Black Firsts” Two Thousand Years of Extraordinary Achievements by Sister Dr. Jessie Carney Smith, that actually planted the seed in my mind to publish something that adds heightened support to the contributions of Black People to the world at large.

 

Brother Deacon Ron Gray reinforced this innovative effort with his posting of “Black Inventors of the 20th and 21st Century!” This video also makes a profound statement with the mentioning of the book “Black Inventors” Crafting Over Two Hundred Years of Success by

Keith C. Holmes.

http://blackinamerica.com/content/296113/black-inventors-of-the-20th-and-21st-century  

 

PART TWO:

 

Cartoons:

1910-George Herriman (1880-1944) was “The first Black” to achieve fame as a syndicated cartoonist. On July 26, 1910, the prototype of ‘Ignatz Mouse’ hit the prototype of ‘Krazy Kat’ with a brick. The strip ‘Krazy Kat’ was extremely popular in the 1920’s, especially with intellectuals, and continued with somewhat diminished success until July 25, 1944. Herriman was born in New Orleans in a family classified as Black, and the family moved to Los Angeles to escape racial labeling. Some of his friends called him “The Greek” but he never openly divulged his background.

 

1933-Elmer Simms Campbell (1906-1971) was “The First Black Cartoonist” to work for national publications. The St. Louis-born artist contributed cartoons and other art work to ‘Esquire,’ ‘Cosmopolitan,’ ‘Redbook,’ ‘The New Yorker,’ ‘Opportunity,’ and ‘Syndicated Features’ in 145 newspapers – (he was in nearly every issue from 1933 to 1958). Campbell created the character “Esky,” the pop-eyed mascot who appeared on the cover of ‘Esquire.’

 

1964-Morrie (Morris) Turner (1923), cartoonist and educator, created “Wee-Pals,” “The First Integrated Comic Strip in the World.” Influenced by Charles Schultz’s “Peanuts” and inspired by ‘Brother Dick Gregory.’ “Wee-Pals” became nationally syndicated and appeared in all of the large daily and Sunday comics. “Nippie,” the main character in “Wee-Pals” is named for the comedian ‘Nipsey Russell.’

 

1991-Barbara Brandon (1958) became “The First Black Woman Cartoonist” nationally syndicated in the white press. Her comic strip, “Where I’m Coming From,” appeared in the Detroit Free Press, and was acquired by Universal Press Syndicate in 1991. Brandon was born in Brooklyn, New York, and her father, Brumsic Brandon, Jr., was creator of the “Luther” comic strip which first appeared in the late 1960’s.

 

Circus:

1966-“The First Black Showgirl” with ‘Ringling Brothers Circus’ was ‘Toni Williams’ (1943) of Reading, Pennsylvania. Since then she has formed a trapeze act on her own.

 

1977-Bernice Collins (1957) was “The First Black Woman Clown with ‘Ringling Brothers.” The Kansas City native decided to become a clown when she was fourteen years old.

 

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‘Reparations – Not Forty Acres and A Mule’

http://blackhistory.com/content/290845/reparations-not-forty-acres-and-a-mule

 

Esquire:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/esquire?s=t  

(initial capital letter) an unofficial title of respect, having no precise significance, sometimes placed, especially in its abbreviated form, after a man’s surname in formal written address: in the U.S., usually applied to lawyers, women as well as men; in Britain, applied to a commoner considered to have gained the social position of a gentleman.

Abbreviation: Esq.

 

Til Next Time…

 

‘In Pride, Truth, Justice, Peace, and Love,’

 

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“Image of Color”

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Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

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Adam said to his son Seth, “Thou knowest this world – that it is full of sorrow and weariness, and thou knowest all that has come upon us, from our trials in it. Therefore, I command thee to keep innocency, to be pure and just, and trusting in God; and lean not to the discourses of Satan, nor to the apparitions in which he will show himself to thee. Keep the commandments that I have given thee this day; then give the same to thy sons and daughters.

And so that this commandment abide firm among all your children; sever thy children and thy children’s children from Cain’s children; do not let them ever mix with those, nor come near them either in their words or in their deeds.”

 

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“Oh Yeah, We Did It First! – The First Of Many Contributions By Blacks In The U.S. – Part Three”

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

http://blackhistory.com/content/301259/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-of-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-part-three

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PART THREE:

 

Dance:

1845-William Henry Lane (c.1825-52), “Master Juba,” was “The First Black Dance Star.” He took his stage name from the ‘African’ dance, the ‘Juba.’ In 1845, Lane won the title “King of All Dancers” after three challenge contests. He toured with three white minstrels, receiving top billing, and garnered acclaim for his 1848 performance in London. Lane died in 1852, without ever returning to the United States.

 

1923-In October, 1923, “Running Wild” was “The First Black Show” to introduce the ‘Charleston’ to non-Black audiences. After its appropriation by a white show in 1926, the dance achieved a world-wide popularity second only to the Black inspired ‘Tango,’ which came to Europe and America from Argentina. A third Black dance to achieve wide success in the 1920’s was the “Black Bottom,” which reached in “Dinah” at ‘Harlem’s Lafayette Theater’ in 1924. Both the Charleston and the Black Bottom were theatrical adaptations of dances known to Blacks in the South for a decade of more.

 

1932-Buddy (Clarence) Bradley was “The First Black to Choreograph a Show of White Dancers.” He was hired to prepare the London production of “Evergreen” for which he was in charge of sixty-four dancers. Bradley received full-credit in the program. His career from this time on was mainly in Europe, where he was an important figure in popular dance.

 

Hemsley Winfield (1906-1934) was “The First Black Dancer” to be involved in ballet. He choreographed and performed with his own company in the ‘Metropolitan Opera’s’ production of ‘Louis Gruenberg’s’ “The Emperor Jones.”

This was a one-time exception to the rules – management did not list the dancers in the program. The next Black dancer did not appear with the company until 1951. Winfield’s mother was a playwright, and he made his debut in one of her plays, “Wade In The Water” (1926). He became a dancer and a pioneer in Black concert dance, organizing the ‘Negro Art Theater Dance Group.’ This group gave its first concert on April 29, 1931, and appeared in ‘Hall Johnson’s’ “Run Little Chillun” in 1933.

 

1951-Janet Collins (1923-) was “The First Black “Prima Ballerina”” at the ‘Metropolitan Opera Company,’ a position that she held for three years. She made her debut in “Aida.” Collins was born in New Orleans on March 2, 1923, and her family later settled in Los Angeles. A graduate of Los Angeles City College and Arts Center School, Collins is known for her choreography and her dance instruction.

 

1958-“The First Black Dancer” in the country to become a member of a classical ballet company, the New York City Ballet, was ‘Arthur Mitchell’ (1934-). Born in New York City, Mitchell studied at the city’s High School of Performing Arts and at the School of American Ballet. He founded the “Dance Theatre of Harlem” as a school of dance – especially classical ballet for children, regardless of race. The first Black Classical Ballet Company in the United States, it made its debut at the “Guggenheim Museum of Art in York City.” In 1988 the company became the first Black cultural group to tour the ‘Soviet Union’ under the renewed cultural exchange program.

 

1963-Katherine Dunham (1910-) was the “First Black Choreographer” to work at the ‘Metropolitan Opera House.’ A dancer, choreographer, school founder, and anthropologist, she was born in Glen Ellyn, Illinois and graduated from the University of Chicago and Northwestern University. Dunham incorporated her training in anthropology and her study of ‘African and West Indian Dances’ into her own techniques and dance instruction.

 

1984-The Alvin Ailey Dance Theater was the “First Black Modern Dance Troupe” to perform in the ‘Metropolitan Opera House.’ Founded in 1958 by ‘Alvin Ailey’ (1931-89), the troupe has performed before more than an estimated fifteen million people throughout the world. Ailey’s best known work, “Revelations,” based on his childhood experiences in Black Baptist Churches, was created in 1961. The dancer and choreographer was born in Rogers, Texas.

 

Dramatists:

 

1970-Maya Angelou (Marguerite Johnson, 1928), actress, dancer, and writer, was “The First Black Woman to have an ‘Original Screenplay'” produced, “Georgia, Georgia,” which she directed. Angelou was also “The First Black Woman to Have a Non-Fiction Work on the Best-Seller List.” Her autobiographical “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings” (1970) evoked images of a ‘Black Girl’s Childhood’ in the South, and was nominated for a 1970 National Book Award and aired as a television movie in 1979. An artist of wide-ranging talents, she was nominated for a ‘Tony Award’ for acting and a ‘Pulitzer Prize’ for poetry.

 

Charles Gardone (1925-), playwright, was “The First Black Dramatist” to win the ‘Pulitzer Prize’ for drama, for the play “No Place To Be Somebody.”

 

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“The Battle We Wage is Not For Ourselves Alone, But For All True Americans”

~ NAACP ~

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

~ Maya Angelou ~

 

‘A Message From The NAACP – What Can and Will You Do For The People?’

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

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The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights for all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.

http://www.naacp.org/oldest-and-boldest/    

 

“I’ve Taken A Stance…and It’s Known That I Stand With You!”

 

“A Call To Order”

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

 

The’NAACP’ has been in existence for more than 100 years. The alliance came to order in February of 1909. The “African-American Civil Rights Organization” was formed by ‘Moorefield Storey,’ ‘Mary White Ovington,’ and ‘W.E.EB. Dubois.’

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“The Sankofa symbolizes the Akan people’s quest for knowledge among the Akan with the implication that the quest is based on critical examination, and intelligent and patient investigation.

The symbol is based on a mythical bird with its feet firmly planted forward with its head turned backwards.”

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“The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States on account of Race, Color, of previous condition of servitude!”

 

“The 15th Amendment to the Constitution granted African American Men the right to vote by declaring that the “right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” Although ratified on February 3, 1870, the promise of the 15th Amendment would not be fully realized for almost a century. Through the use of poll taxes, literacy tests and other means, Southern states were able to effectively disenfranchise African Americans. It would take the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 before the majority of African Americans in the South were registered to vote.”

~ “A Treasure Chest of History” ~

http://blackhistory.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?blog_id=300716&cid=10

 

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In an attempt to introduce evidence that contradicts many who have claims to being the first at inventing, creating, and the illusion of being the first at anything, while Blacks have been displayed or described at doing absolutely nothing at all. This premise encourages me to share some insight into the truth of whom it is that was actually first.

 

It was the book “Black Firsts” Two Thousand Years of Extraordinary Achievements by Sister Dr. Jessie Carney Smith that actually planted the seed in my mind to publish something that adds heightened support to the contributions of Black People to the world at large.

~ Dr. Jessie Carney Smith ~

 

“Lead Us Not Into Temptation!”

 

Being “The First People” we have been placed in a position, a time, and a place of “Infinite Proportions” that only ‘GOD’ can undo!

 

We have survived every assault that man has afflicted upon us and survived. We have survived this current ‘MAAFA’ as we (a diversity of good people, God-Loving People) will survive this atrocity that is afflicted upon us today, tomorrow, and into infinity…with “The Grace of God!”

~ “An Infinite Place, An Infinite Purpose” ~

 

~“Oh Yeah, We Did It First! – The First In Many Contributions By Blacks In The U.S.” Part Four~

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Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

http://www.BoulwareEnterprises.com

http://blackhistory.com/content/301388/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-in-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-part-four

 

“We don’t know that things can be done, that dreams can be fulfilled, that great accomplishments can be realized, until somebody takes that first step and shows the way!”

~ Dr. Jessie Carney Smith ~

 

1949 – Daniel Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong (1900-1971), jazz trumpeter, was “The First Black” to preside over the ‘New Orleans Mardi Gras.’ Born in New Orleans, he learned to play the coronet and read music while in “The Negro Waifs Home for Boys.” Armstrong moved to Chicago and became one of the most influential jazz artists. A superb showman, he was known for his gravelly, growling vocal style. He acquired the nickname “Satchmo” in 1932 from an editor of “The Melody Maker.”

 

1988-The First National Black Arts Festival in the United States held in Atlanta.

 

FILM:

 

1902-“The First appearance of Blacks in film” came in “Off To Bloomingdale Asylum.” The slapstick comedy was made in France, and produced by George Melies. The Black characters were probably played by white actors.

 

1905-“The Wooing and Wedding of a Coon” is the earliest known American-made film with an “All-Black Cast.” A derogatory one-reeler, the film presented undisguised mockery of a Black couple.

 

1914-Sam Lucas (Samuel Milady, 1840-1916) was “The First Black” to play the title role in “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” on film. He had been “The First Black Man” to play Uncle Tom on stage in 1878. Born in Washington, Ohio, Lucas performed with major minstrel troupes, wrote one of the most popular minstrel songs of the 1870’s (Carve dat Possum) appeared in vaudeville, and starred in musical comedies, including “A Trip to Coontown” (1898). He is also known as “The First Black Composer of Popular Ballads.”

 

1915-Madame Sul-Te-Wan (1873-1959) was “The First Black American” to be hired by a major movie producer on a continuing basis. D. W. Griffith hired her after she worked on “Birth of a Nation.”

 

1926-Stepin Fetchit (Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry, 1902-1985) and ‘Carolynne Snowden’ played in “The First On-Screen Black Romance” in the movie, “In Old Kentucky.” Fetchit, an actor and comedian, was to appear in films with stars like ‘Will Rogers’ and ‘Shirley Temple.’ He appeared in films in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The ‘Key West, Florida,’ native took his stage name from a race horse on which he had bet in Oklahoma, before he left for Hollywood in the 1920’s.

 

“The First Black Sound Film” was “Melancholy Dame,” a comedy two-reeler, starring ‘Evelyn Preer,’ ‘Roberta Hyson,’ ‘Edward Thompson,’ and ‘Spencer Williams’ of “Amos and Andy’ fame.

 

1929-“The First two full-length films with ‘all-Black’ casts” were “Hearts in Dixie,” starring ‘Daniel Haynes,’ ‘Nina Mae McKinney,’ and ‘Victoria Spivey;’ and “Hallelujah,” starring ‘Clarence Muse,’ ‘Stepin Fetchit,’ and ‘Mildred Washington.’ “Hearts in Dixie” was also  “The First Black-Oriented All-Talking, All-Singing film from a major company.

 

1940-Hatttie McDaniel (1895-1952), singer, vaudeville performer, and actress, was “The First Black To Win An Oscar.” She was named the best supporting actress for her portrayal of ‘Mammy’ in “Gone With The Wind.” McDaniel made her radio debut in 1915, and is said to be the “First Black America Woman To Sing On Radio.” Often called “Hi-Hat Hattie,” she was born in Wichita, Kansas, and moved to Hollywood in 1931. She made her movie debut in “The Golden West” in 1932, and appeared in more than three hundred films during the next two decades. Her career was built on the “Mammy” image, a role she played with dignity. In 1947, she continued the role in “Beulah” on the radio.

 

1944-The first United States Army Training film favorably depicting Blacks was made. It was designed to introduce Black and White Soldiers to the contributions of Black in military history. Frank Capra (the producer), among those who created “The Negro Soldier.”

 

1955-Dorothy Dandridge (1922-1965) was “The First Black Woman Nominated For An Oscar” in a leading role for her portrayal of ‘Carmen’ in “Carmen Jones,” a role she acted while someone else sang for her.

She was born on November 9, 1922, in Cleveland, and later moved to Los Angeles From 1937 to 1964, Dandridge appeared in a number of films, often typecast in the stereotypical roles commonly given to Black actresses. In 1951 she was “The First Black” to perform in ‘The Empire Room’ of New York’s Waldorf Astoria. “Island In The Sun,” a 1957 film in which she appeared opposite white actor ‘John Justin,’ marked the first time the theme of interracial love was explored in movies. ‘Harry Belafonte’ and ‘Joan Fontaine were also paired in this film. Dandridge returned to night club performances when her film career ended.

 

1958-“The First Black Male Nominated For An Academy Award For Best Actor was ‘Sidney Poitier'” (1924-) for his performance in “The Defiant Ones.” He was born on February 20, 1924, in Miami, and later moved to the Bahamas with his family. At age fifteen, Poitier returned to Miami, then went to New York City. He made his Hollywood debut in 1950 and won an Oscar for best actor in the film “Lillies of The Field” in 1963, becoming “The First Black” to win an Oscar for a starring role. In 1967 Poitier became “The First Black” to have his hand and foot prints placed in front of ‘Grauman’s Chinese Theater.’

 

1971-Richard Roundtree (1942-) became “The First Black Private Detective and Superhero” in a motion picture role in the trend-setting movie, “Shaft.”

Born in New Rochelle, New York, he attended Southern Illinois University on a football scholarship, but became interested in acting in a campus theater. In 1967 he was a model for the “Ebony Fashion Fair” and later advertised hair care products for Black Men in “Ebony Magazine.” After ‘Bill Cosby’ advised him to study dramatic arts in New York, Roundtree joined the “Negro Ensemble Company” and appeared in three off their productions.

 

1989-Euzham Palcy was “The First Black Woman Director” of a full-length film, “A Dry White Season,” for a major United States studio. Starring ‘Donald Sutherland’ and ‘Susan Sarandon,’ the film deals with apartheid in South Africa. Palcy was born in ‘Martinique.’

 

1992-Julie Dash (1952-) became “The First Black Woman Writer and Director” to have a feature-length film in national distribution. The film, “Daughters of The Dust,” is the story of one day in the lives of a Black Family living in “Ibo Island, South Carolina.”

 

John Singleton was “The First Black Film Director Nominated For An Academy Award” for the box office hit “Boys N The Hood,” starring rap artist ‘Ice Cube,’ ‘Cuba Gooding, Jr.,’ ‘Laurence Fishburne,’ and ‘Morris Chestnut.’

Although the film presents an anti-drug and anti-violent message, is sparked violence when it opened in several cities in the United States on July 12,1991.

 

Woody Strode, known for his groundbreaking roles in films, was “The First Black Inducted Into The Walk of Western Stars” at a ceremony held at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, California. Strode acted in such films as “Sergeant Rutledge,” “Posse,” and “The Ten Commandments,” with ‘Charleton Heston.’

 

…The History Goes On and On and On as “We” continually CONTRIBUTE, PROSPER, and GROW!

 

 

~ “SANKOFA” the “MAAFA” ~

 

 

Til Next Time…

 

 

 

‘G’

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“Black Firsts,” Dr. Jessie Carney Smith, Author of “Epic Lives” and Winner of “Women’s National Book Association Award”

 

Boulware Enterprises and “The Lord God Almighty!”

 

May ‘The Good Lord’ Keep You and Yours Safe and Prosperous, ‘As Salaam Alaikum,’ ‘Shabbat Shalom’…

 

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“Oh Yeah, We Did It First! – The First Of Many Contributions By Black In The U.S.”

Pt.1

http://blackhistory.com/content/297333/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-in-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-part-one

Pt.2

http://blackhistory.com/content/297572/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-of-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-pt-two

Pt.3

http://blackhistory.com/content/301259/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-of-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-part-three

Pt.4

http://blackhistory.com/content/301388/oh-yeah-we-did-it-first-the-first-in-many-contributions-by-blacks-in-the-u-s-part-four

 

“An Infinite Place, An Infinite Purpose”

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Adam said to his son Seth, “Thou knowest this world – that it is full of sorrow and weariness, and thou knowest all that has come upon us, from our trials in it. Therefore, I command thee to keep innocency, to be pure and just, and trusting in God; and lean not to the discourses of Satan, nor to the apparitions in which he will show himself to thee. Keep the commandments that I have given thee this day; then give the same to thy sons and daughters.
And so that this commandment abide firm among all your children; sever thy children and thy children’s children from Cain’s children; do not let them ever mix with those, nor come near them either in their words or in their deeds.”

Yahshua/Jesus Once Said to the People:

“There was once a landlord who planted a vineyard. He rented it out to tenants and left home for a long time. When the time came to gather the grapes, he sent a slave to the tenants to receive from them his share of the harvest.

The tenants beat the slave and sent him away without anything. The landlord sent a second slave. The tenants shamefully beat him, wounded him, embarrassed him, and threw him out. He sent a third and the same happened to him.

The landlord thought what shall I do? I’ll send my son, they surely will respect him. He sent his son. When they saw his son coming – they said let’s kill him and his property shall be ours!

So they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. What then will the owner do to those tenants? He will come and kill the tenants and give the vineyard to other tenants.”
~ “The Eye of Cain” ~
http://theeyeofcain.blogspot.com/

My friend, the late ‘Brother Ronald “Kenyatta” Edwin Reed, aided in my pathway to wisdom, knowledge, and a better understanding of that which is destined for us.

I was brought to a clear and profound sense of realization while relaxing and watching a few old classic horror movies. One of the vintage shows portrayed the image of ‘The Messiah’ as he is/was truly seen by those who are not of colored pigmentation. Oh yes, I was taken aback…surprised in fact that the church would depict a Black Man as a motif in the stained-glass murals or painted windows of such an establishment.

One of the movies was “The War of The Worlds” by H.G.Wells and the starring role headed by Mr. Gene Barry. The movie was produced in 1953. The other movie was “Taste the Blood of Dracula.” This particular version was released in 1970. The ‘Hammer Productions’ was a series of Dracula movies in which the starring roles cast Mr. Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing as the good and bad guys during the fifties, sixties, and seventies movie-going era. It has been written and recorded by me as well as many other authors that Jesus is/was a person of colour!

We have often discussed the true description of the ‘Savior’ as we have known Him and should know Him, “The Messiah.”

“Saying, I am the Alpha and Omega, the first and the last; and, what thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.
And I turned to see the voice that spake with me. And being turned, I saw seven golden candlesticks; And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle, His head and His hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and His eyes were as a flame of fire; and His feet like unto fine brass as if they burned in a furnace; and His voice as the sound of many waters.”
~ Revelations 1:11-15 ~

Kenyatta and I had enjoyed many an argument and agreement, as I shall truly miss his tutelage, inspiration, humor, support, and compassion…he remains in the memory, heart, and soul of this one who is one of his many admirers and friends.

This good brother, known for his belief in the “Hebrew-Israelite Movement” was born to the world May 11, 1947 and began his new life on February 18, 2016.

His Eulogy as depicted by His Family:

“On May 11th, 1947, a baby boy weighing in at 9lbs. and 14oz.s was born in Washington D.C. to William and Katherine A. Reed. The proud parents of this fine healthy boy named him Ronald Edwin Reed.

Ronnie was reared in a Christian home and atmosphere. He attended the High Street Church of God in Germantown-Philadelphia and participated in Sunday school, Church Services, Youth Fellowship Meetings, Youth Conventions, Boyertown Youth Camp and even Wednesday Night Prayer Meetings.

He was a student at E. C. Emlen Elementary School, Theodore Roosevelt Junior High, and graduated from Germantown High School with the Class of 1966. During his school years at Germantown, he played varsity football. He was a member of the Germantown Bears the year they won the 1965 All Public Championship Game.

“Rohney,” as he wrote his name, was a very gentle, tenderhearted young man. He served in the United States Army in Germany from 1966 to 1968 and received an honorable discharge as an SP-4. After returning home from the war he began to identify with the ‘Hebrew Israelites.’ He became a part of the “Black Power Movement” which was the call for the day in the early 1960’s nevertheless, his tender heart remained. Ronnie worked for the Veteran’s Administration Office and the United States Postal Service.

He met and married Corliss Campbell and out of this union they had five children. He was a tough but loving Dad. His children said their father loved to sing and has his music playing all through the house and even had them singing along. He loved all sports and even taught the neighborhood kids martial arts.

Ronnie had a passion for nature and loved to be outdoors. He became a craftsman and an artist using driftwood, seashells, and many other forms of nature to create beautiful pieces of art work. He went to the seashore collecting seashells and then to parks and woods looking for the right pieces of driftwood. He spent many hours meticulously carving and painting his beautiful pieces which were eventually sold.

In 2006, Ronnie attended a special service at the church he grew up in and a wonderful change took place in his life. He recommitted his life to Christ. He called his Mom and told her that the Messiah was now his Lord and Savior. Praise God!!!

In 2007, Ronnie was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma and fought this disease with a passion. He never complained, never asked for assistance and carried his cross with dignity. Whenever asked how he was doing, he always had a positive response… “I’m fine” or “I’m cool!” For eight plus years he fought a good fight.

After a long friendship, eventually turning into a loving relationship, Ronnie remarried in 2010 to his lovely wife, ‘Imani Willie Towns.’

He leaves to cherish his memory:

His lovely wife, Imani Willie Towns; Mother and Father, William and Katherine A. Reed; two sons, Kenyatta K. and Koron K.; four daughters, Tanyikia Alston, Twanda Campbell, Teneeshi Campbell and Kimeesha Reed-Walker (Kenneth); and one step daughter, Briana Towns; five Grandchildren, Jorrell, Kennedy, Lanaeya, Mekhi, and Kenneth Jr.; his loving and faithful Brother, William Reed Jr. aka Abdul Malik (Sandra); two sisters, Deatra E. Seibert and Desma S. Johnson (Darryl Sr.); two uncles, Samuel McCoy and Van McCoy; one aunt, Crystal McCoy; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and a community of loving friends…of which I am truly proud to be included.

There is one major event not mentioned of my late friend…this Brother talked, walked, and marched with Dr. Martin Luther King during many of the Philadelphia protests of the sixties and (including the protests and marches after Dr. King’s assassination in 1968) seventies! There exists a copy of one of the marches exhibited on one of the pages of the printed version of this eulogy. I, like his family, remain very proud of that fact regarding my friend.

Albeit I shall miss him as I will all the days and nights that we, along with several other compatriots of “The Catharsis Table” (pg. 350 of “Hallow 2,” A Portentous Epoch of Sagacious Redolence and Epiphany); these villainous culprits may have conspired to keep the knowledge of Kenyatta’s death a secret from me. I say this because I am/was truly hurt and crushed that no one bothered to contact me with the news or notice of his death and funeral. The group who generally met on a daily basis, sitting around the table of Ms. Gerry’s House (Geraldine and Ronald Acoyx), including Edgar “Buddy” Johnson and Maurice Grobes, who were supposed to be friends of mine, did not seem to care that Brother Kenyatta and I had become very close.

We argued and discussed Politics, The Holy Bible, The Holy Qur’an, The Torah and the Truth while we learned more and more about one another and spirituality, holistically. I learned of his passing from another group of guys from the neighborhood. Although they were pretty cool dudes, ‘Ron’ and ‘Rayco’ of Baynton Street, they were not members of our so-called group at the ‘Catharsis Table’ in Gerry’s House. We happened to be talking about a few things when Kenyatta’s name came up. The guys starred at one another and remained silent. In the height of the warm April afternoon of noisy traffic and children playing, silence reigned over all. Their solemn and blank faces said it all too… “Your friend is dead – they buried him about a month ago!”

I’ve learned many things since knowing and experiencing this human being. Brother Kenyatta helped and actually inspired me to create the article, “We The Matrix” as recorded within the pages of “Spirit of the Soul and The Death of Morals,” pg. 290.

If he were here with us today, he would definitely be against the evil one who proposes to dominate the world while sitting in the chair of “The White House” that American Slaves Built! Election Day is upon us with the writing. I hope and pray that good conquers evil while continuing on with life’s everyday challenges.

His friendship, spirit, and teachings will remain with me always.

It is Our Privilege, Our Right, Our Responsibility, Our Destiny…VOTE AS IF YOUR LIFE DEPENDED UPON IT! …BECAUSE IT DOES!

Til Next Time…

‘In Pride, Truth, Justice, Peace, and Love,’

‘G’
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“The Black Man has never been a competitor, but has always been subservient to the white race. And just as long as he remains subservient, his position is secure, and just as soon as he becomes a competitor, his fate is sealed.”
~Dr. Benjamin Hayes, Eugenicist, 1905~
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“It’s Not Too Late To Do The Right Thing!”
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“What Is A Man Who Does Not Try and Make the World Better?”
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“The Eye of Cain”
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“How To Kick A Politician’s Ass”
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“The Lost Tribes of Twelve and Yahveh the Father”
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“The Great Mediator – Just Words”
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Johannes Kepler and the College of Invisibles

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‘HALLOWEEN HORRORS and FRIGHT STORIES for 2016’

By
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
http://blackauthorsconnect.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?blog_id=299011&cid=10

“Underfoot”
The pounding noise would not stop. I had to find a way to make it stop. Don’t you understand? It had to stop. It began to pound loudly. It was too loud…very loud! Do you not hear it? It’s driving me mad, mad I tell you. Through the crack in the floor the orb peered out.
http://thetattletaleunderfoot.blogspot.com/

“Howl Of An angel”
Watching, listening, and remembering all of the things that actually matter in this aging process. One would have you believe that aging is an honor, while on the other hand, a burden on society – the burden being money. How are we going to feed and care for the elderly? Do we do a bamboozling act on them by implementing the “Logan’s Run” theory?
http://howlofanangel.blogspot.com/

“HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A WOMAN SCORNED!”
“Demon’s Throat”
“I remember this familiar feeling, for about the third time in three months; of falling – falling down. The falling only came to an end for one reason – maybe two. The point is…I was able to grab onto something in order to break my fall. The primary reason is coming to a complete and utter dead end stop – at the bottom of the stairway, which began at the second floor landing. It didn’t necessarily matter to what position your body was in when this complete and utter stop completed the descent. Albeit, stair-steps and bottom of the stairway landings come into play, the stop is at the bottom of the stairs.”
http://demonsthroathallow.blogspot.com/
Me and Walter had five kids, ya know.”
(Read the Unabridged, Uncensored Version)
http://koobug.com/GregoryVB_Author?p2992

“When There’s No More Room In Hell”
My name is Salestian Michaels. I’m currently employed by the ‘Philadelphia Sunny Globe Newspaper Organization and International News Network.’ I was born and raised in South Philly, the heart and soul of ‘Mafiosi Life.’ Angel Brondidi and Nick the Needle ran it all when they weren’t at odds with one another.
I was there when Captain Willis Samuel and National Forestry Service Ranger Commander Gerald Glenn confronted and eradicated the monster beast in the park. I didn’t like Glenn very much, although I admired him. He was damn good at what he did. It was his woman that I liked…loved and wanted.
http://nomoreroominhellwhen.blogspot.com/

“The Pendulum of Hades”
Fate was issuing from the lips of the black-robed men. What an expression of firmness and immovable resolution? My lord, the grotesqueness! The faces blazed with stern contempt of human nature. Fate continued, in his view, issuance from their lips. He saw them writhe with deadly locution. I shuddered to think what the man saw. The idea of delirious horror…
Can you imagine the thought of him seeing angelical form? Some of the forms having heads of flaming spectres haunted his very soul. He had hopes of receiving help. He thought of sweet rest – in the grave. What peace there must be…in the grave? The thought came to him gently.
Silence, stillness, and darkness would contain such peace.
http://thependulumofhades.blogspot.com/

“Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh”
By complete and utter observation, this opportunity allows the portrayal of the higher powers of the reflective intellect. Men and women of the highest order of intellect have been known to take an (apparently) unaccountable delight in their special analytical abilities; which a proficiency implies the capacity for success in all important understanding where mind versus mind.
“This Evening, Extra Ordinary Murders Have Been Discovered!”
The newspaper’s report stated inhabitants, at about 3a.m., of the ‘Quarter St. Roch,’ were aroused from their beds by blood-curdling screams and shrieks from the upper floors. On the fourth floor of the Rue Morgue, therein resided Madame L’Espanaye and her daughter, Mademoiselle Camille L’Espanaye. They were the sole occupants of the flat, not mention, the entire building.
The thick oozing gore dripped from the razor’s blade tip, down to the carpeted floor. The small puddle of crimson colored fluid began to grow into a larger pool, indicating it hasn’t been dripping very long.
http://boweryofthecrimsonfrockandflesh.blogspot.com/

‘Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh’ Part Two: “The Wedding Party”
“They were lured with grapes, champagne, and laudanum. And then they were all euthanized.” The inspector spoke in trance-like sentences. “They were transported and dumped.”
The inspector began interviewing professional men. He spoke with doctors, dentists, taxidermists, veterinarians, surgeons, barbers, and butchers to the disapproval, chagrin, and dismay of Scotland Yard High Officials.
http://parttwotheweddingparty.blogspot.com/

‘Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh’
‘Isle Manhattan’
“The Changeling – Loup Garou”
Part Three:
‘A Significant Era of Perceptive Aroma and Vision’
“Even a man, who is pure of heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the ‘Wolfsbane’ blooms and the Autumn Moon is bright.”
http://blackhistory.com/content/286940/a-significant-era-of-perceptive-aroma-and-vision

“ALL HALLOWS NIGHT” – SHORT STORY IRONY
They believed that they saw the Forrest moving! “There is Movement In The Wood!” Suddenly, the tower guards spotted a showing of arms and war power.
The battle bell rang!
The king of Hell was a giant among giants. The owner of the Souls of Sinners, Supreme Ruler of the Damned, displayed three faces. In each mouth of one of the faces showed teeth anointed in blood; blood so thick and ample, it dripped of foam.
http://gboulwareallhallowsnight.blogspot.com/

“SHAMAN”
They were not aware of the trouble that was amiss. Emergency vehicles were parked at the spot where the body of Lindsey Irvin lay at the bottom of the twelve hundred ft. drop from the cliff of the Strawberry Mansion roadway and bridge surface.
“The Colored Man was chased and treed in the woods in or near the Robert Faddis Woods near Youngsburg. The Black Man tried to shoot himself in the head, but failed. They took the Black Man to the hospital were his injuries were treated. A gang of white men broke the window in the main hallway, corralled the police officer guarding him and dragged the Black Man from his sick bed to the Sarah Jane Newland Farm just to the right of the road and almost directly opposite the farmhouse. In a grass field about fifty feet from the road, they gathered dried Chestnut Rails and old fencing to build a fire. It took all of three minutes to get the fire up to a height of ten feet or more. They asked him if he had any last words…he didn’t.
http://shamanretold.blogspot.com/

“The Foxy Grandpa, Billy the Poet”
“The folks who understood science agreed that folks oughta stop making so many babies and
the folks who understood morals agreed that society would collapse if people used s*x for
nothing but pleasure.”
“The people who have been most eager to rule, to make the laws, to enforce the laws and to tell everybody exactly how God wants things to be here on Earth – these people have forgiven themselves and their friends for anything and everything. But, they have been absolutely disgusted and terrified by the natural s*xuality of common men and women.”
http://thefoxygrandpabillythepoet.blogspot.com/

‘The Rails, Some Hemp, and A Hanging’
The company had its share of ‘shiner’s’ on both sides of the war-torn fences. Their horses bayed and pranced in the cold damp yet dark beginning of the day’s morn. My hanging tribunal was short and to the point. My foolish guilt could not be reversed, albeit, my hatred for these ‘Blue-Coats’ and their Black supporters surpasses my pain and sorrowful agony. I do long for the fragrance and joys of home… My dear sweet ‘Abbey,’ my darling wife and young’uns; my plantation and memories of France cut at my brain.
In France I was broke, poor, and penniless… Here in South Louisiana, I have become rich, powerful, and wholesome. I have more than a hundred acres of land manned by two-hundred and eighty-five of the best young and strong Black livestock in the territory. Four hundred head of cattle graze on my lands. The farmyard houses chickens, geese, ducks, pork, and several dozen head of living horse flesh along with a few dogs and cats. I am a very wealthy man indeed.
http://therailssomehempandahanging.blogspot.com/

The Acrimonious, Gauche, and Incongruous
‘Ajantala’
“Heigh! I’ve never seen a woman give birth to such a terrible baby as this one!” screamed the suffering woman.
And when he took the soap and sponge and washed from himself all the blood and goo away from his body, he wrapped himself in an article of clothing owned by his mother. He then sat upright atop a high stool and looked at the people. He looked into everyone’s eyes with his ungrateful red eyes.
“Ha! I am badly hungry for food. What can I eat now?” He then started to sniff the sweet smell of food which was inside the room nearest his mother’s room.
But when they were about to start to eat the food and drink the kolas, Ajantala unexpectedly jumped up high and pierced one of the people with a sharp iron spike.
But to their horror, when they were about to announce the name which his father, the hunter, wished the old ones to name him, the baby himself announced very loudly and clearly to the masses, “My name is ‘Ajantala,’ the Shrine, the Rock from Heaven, and there is no need to give me another!”
http://theajantala.blogspot.com/

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“A Thinking Thought”

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Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

“The battle against the Devil, which is the principle task of Saint Michael The Arch-Angel, is still being fought today, because the Devil is still alive and active in the world.”
~Pope John Paul II~

“…Choosing not to believe in the Devil will not protect you from him”
~Anthony Hopkins, ‘Rite’~
The visit my cousin, ‘Kitty,’ did inspire the notion to record events transmitted from eye to brain.
The old neighborhood held many battle and time weary scars of erosion and decay. As I listened to the banter of reminiscing and current events, I couldn’t help gazing up and down the block and at every building which held a specific memory in time. I noticed every crack, split, and peeling façade and missing structures while wondering about the people who once dwelt within as well as those of the surrounding North-Philly landscape.

One man who greeted me out on the street was just a youngster when I saw him last. Now as a man, ‘Chip,’ remembered me. I had to ask my cousin “who,” in private of course, “is this man who remembered me while I do not recall his name?” She responded with his identity and a few others who were known yet not remembered. This past life held a great many memories and history that we shall never forget nor see again…

One of Kitty’s sisters, ‘Charmaine;’ who we all call “Butch” or “Butchie;” has been diagnosed with cancer. She and I held a special bond when we were young. I would hate to miss an opportunity to re-bond, especially at our current age. The realization of imminent death has many different effects on individuals world-wide. All death is imminent. For most of us, it holds a brighter yield when it’s you and it staring eye-ball-to-eye-ball.

How many times have we missed opportunities to say something, one last thing to someone who is on the cusp of passing over or who has passed? It’s happened to me and I’m sure it’s happened to you as well.

Oh yes, I’m simply thinking thoughts…thinking thoughts on what was, could have been, should have been, and what could be.

What do you think?

Do you, does anyone or everyone have thinking thoughts? Do you think a person would know the Devil if he or she met him face to face?

Thinking aloud, I can’t help but wonder how many so-called “Thinking People” truly understand the true meaning of “cognisance?”
Considering all the evil and contrary practices and behaviors associated, kindness, contentment, and mutual respect are tread upon. This current presidential election shines a lustrous and blinding glow riding upon blatant divisiveness, hatred, fear, and bigotry than ever before. It’s always been there. It was direct from slavery times until closeted during the late 70’s through the 90’s. The ‘Obama Campaign’ caused a major re-emergence…right out and into the light of plain sight.

There was too much at stake, they (the racist bigots) had to be secretive. But when one is reassured of defeating this man of color or a woman who is perceived to be a compatriot of and for downtrodden folks and people of color, the gloves come off and no punches are pulled; white supremacy comes quickly out of the woodwork, out of the closets to glare and gloat; to dominate and control the masses of colored people throughout the world. “We Shall Make America Great Again!”

~ ‘The True Meaning of “Great Again”’ ~
We should “Pledge Ourselves to Resist To The Bitter End, The Efforts of Our Deadly Enemies in Attempting to Mold A Sentiment Against Us After The Southern Method. Our Deadly Foes Are Now Busy Educating Their Children to Hate Us And To Believe That We Are Low, Degraded, and Vicious Because Our Skins Are Dark!”
Within this current ugly convoluted and racially charged so-called quasi politically charged ‘Presidential’ race for the top administrative position and the “White House” of these United States of America, raises the ire of many ‘right-thinking’ voters. Right thinking is not to be confused with “right-wing” or “left-wing” positions in this divided nation of ours. The term is meant to identify those of us who know the difference between right and wrong.
http://blackhistory.com/content/293106/the-true-meaning-of-great-again
When He/It was defeated and cast out from the realm and presence of “The Most High,” He/It was quoted to say “It is better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven!” He/It also vowed to decimate, disrupt, kill and/or destroy every man, woman, and child of humanity regardless of race, creed, or color!

You may ask why there is so much hatred and divisiveness amongst the ‘Children of God,’ the so-called “Mankind…Humanity?” The answer – the warning – the posting is documented in within the text of every single Holy Book – ‘Qur’an,’ ‘Torah,’ ‘Books of Spirituality,’ and ‘Christian Bible’ in and of the world. It’s been explained, taught, and preached in every Church, Holy Mosque, and Synagogue throughout the world.

You and I are very much aware of who heeds the message and who it is that turns a blind eye and a deaf ear. These are the children of Satan…and death, “eyeball-to-eyeball.”

What is it that you see and hear as thoughtful thinking human beings?

We People of Color (and downtrodden folk) have always been daunted and haunted by the one who is/has been/always/will be – hiding in the woodpile… It is he/she who does not wish to be free while attempting to deny you your freedom…
What makes one do such a thing?

What is it that makes him or her hate their own as much as they hate themselves?

You know who you are! Yes, You! The one who spies and reports falsehoods on your family, friends, and neighbors…to and for the pleasure and pleasing of your master(s). Should your candidate, the evil one, win the presidency, what makes you think your fate will be any different than any other Downtrodden Person or Person of Color? The wide boot of oppression will fit your neck the same as ours…

Our family, like many, is no stranger to cancer. Our beloved ‘Allyse Virginia Coulter Cruz’ was taken away from us at the tender age of thirteen. She fought a damn good fight for over a period of several years. In her short-lived youth, the diagnosis came when she was just nine years old.

Butch’s mom, ‘Mary Ettta Henderson,’ passed away due to grip of breast cancer. The curse it seems has chosen to make a grab for my cousin as well. Another cousin of mine, on the other side of the family, ‘Denise,’ who happens to share my birthdate; she was born in the afternoon whereas I was delivered in the morning, also became a victim of the invader, cancer.

I’ll be visiting with her without fail. “Cancer Awareness,” the pinking of anything pink-able, is portrayed widely throughout the nation every year (for many, every day) …without fail.

Would you find it hard to believe that many people opposed the pink of the NFL’s recognition and league-wide display? It’s gotten better over time.

I wonder how many of us will go out and vote this election? I wonder if those who do will vote for the best candidate and not the one who smiles and pats them on the head…the one who call them “boy” and “gal” …the one who will roll back time, put you in (more) chains and label them as thieves, murderers, criminals, and servants in the planned world of servitude – “THE NEW WORLD ORDER?” …I wonder.

“The Modern American Slave”
http://blackhistory.com/content/298944/the-modern-american-slave

Oh, don’t mind me, I’m just thinking a thought. Maybe we all should be thinking a thought…one of peace, love, freedom, justice, and contentment – for all who think thoughts, good thoughts of such.

Til Next Time…

‘G’
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A Nourishing Of The 3rd Eye 

“The Chakra”

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Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

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Third Eye Chakra – Ajna

6th Chakra

http://www.chakra-anatomy.com/third-eye-chakra.html

 

The Third Eye Chakra transcends time. It is located in the brain, at the brow, above the base of the nose.

 

Third eye chakra:

The gift of this chakra is seeing – both inner and outer worlds.

 

The energy of this chakra allows us to experience clear thought as well as gifts of spiritual contemplation and self-reflection.

 

Through the gift of seeing we can internalize the outer world and with symbolic language we can externalize the inner world.

 

The energy of Ajna allows us to access our inner guidance that comes from the depths of our being. It allows us to cut through illusion and to access deeper truths – to see beyond the mind, beyond the words.

 

The “way of the third eye” is seeing everything as it is from a point of “witness” or “observer”, or from simply being mindful – moment by moment.

 

It means examining self-limiting ideas and developing wisdom that comes from a perspective that transcends the duality of good or bad, black or white. It means seeing and helping others to see the deeper meanings of the situations in their lives.

 

Sixth chakra is holistic in nature. When this chakra is fully activated, both hemispheres of the brain function in synchrony. The right hemisphere’s creativity and synthetic thinking is integrated and balanced with left hemisphere’s logical and analytical thinking.

 

The Third Eye is not only the seat of wisdom, but also a seat of conscience. This is where you not only see what is going on, but you also know what it means. This is where your sense of justice and your ethics originate.

 

When your third eye is open, you not only see but you also understand.

 

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“Study the people who took you out of history. Then you’ll understand -your history.” “For your survival, draw on the intellectual heritage of the whole world, but always start with your own intellectual heritage”.

–Dr. John Henrik Clarke

 

“The surest way to kill a race is to kill its religion and ideals. Can anybody doubt that the white race deliberately attempted to do that? This is to kill the souls of a people. And when the spirit is killed, what remains?”

–Frederick Peso, Mescalero Apache

 

“Sure there are a few good whites just as much as there are a few bad Blacks. However what we are concerned here with is group attitudes and group politics. The exception does not make a lie of the rule – it merely substantiates it.”

–Steve Biko

http://www.africanamerica.org/topic/smokey-robinson-the-black-american-poem

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The Black American Poem

By

Smokey Robinson

http://www.slicksno.com/thalookout/the-black-american-poem.html

 

I love being Black. I love being called Black. I love being an American.

I love being a Black American, but as a Black man in this country I think it’s a shame that every few years we get a change of name.

 

Since those first ships arrived here from Africa that came across the sea there were already Black men in this country who were free.

And as for those that came over here on those terrible boats, they were called niggah and slave and told what to do and how to behave.

 

And then master started trippin’ and doing his midnight tippin’, down to the slave shacks where he forced he and Great-Great Grandma to be together, and if Great-Great Grandpa protested, he got tarred and feathered.

 

And at the same time, the Black men in the country who were free, were mating with the tribes like the Apache and the Cherokee.

And as a result of all that, we’re a parade of every shade.

And as in this late day and age, you can be sure, they ain’t too many of us in this country whose bloodline is pure.

 

But, according to a geological, geographical, genealogy study published in Time Magazine, the Black African people were the first on the scene, so for what it’s worth, the Black African people were the first on earth and through migration, our characteristics started to change, and rearrange, to adapt to whatever climate we migrated to.

 

And that’s how I became me, and you became you.

 

So, if we gonna go back, let’s go all the way back, and if Adam was Black and Eve was Black, then that kind of makes it a natural fact that everybody in America is an African American.

 

Everybody in Europe is an African European; everybody in the Orient is an African Asian and so on and so on, that is, if the origin of man is what we’re gonna go on.

And if one drop of Black blood makes you Black like they say, then everybody’s Black anyway.

 

So quit trying to change my identity.

 

I’m already who I was meant to be I’m a Black American, born and raised.

And Brother James Brown wrote a wonderful phrase, “Say it loud, I’m Black and I’m proud! Say it loud, I’m Black and I’m proud!”

 

Cause I’m proud to be Black and I ain’t never lived in Africa, and ’cause my Great-Great Granddaddy on my Daddy’s side did, don’t mean I want to go back.

Now I have nothing against Africa, it’s where some of the most beautiful places and people in the world are found.

 

But I’ve been blessed to go a lot of places in this world, and if you ask me where I choose to live, I pick America, hands down.

 

Now, by and by, we were called Negroes, and after while, that name has vanished.

Anyway, Negro is just how you say ‘black’ in Spanish.

 

Then, we were called colored, but shit, everybody’s one color or another, and I think it’s a shame that we hold that against each other.

 

And it seems like we reverted back to a time when being called Black was an insult, even if it was another Black man who said it, a fight would result, cause we’ve been so brainwashed that Black was wrong, So that even the yellow niggahs and black niggahs couldn’t get along.

 

But then, came the 1960s when we struggled and died to be called equal and Black, and we walked with pride with our heads held high and our shoulders pushed back, and Black was beautiful.

 

But, I guess that wasn’t good enough, cause now here they come with some other stuff.

Who comes up with this shit anyway?

 

Was it one, or a group of niggahs sitting around one day?

Feelin’ a little insecure again about being called Black and decided that African American sounded a little more exotic.

 

Well, I think you were being a little more neurotic.

It’s that same mentality that got “Amos and Andy” put off the air, cause they were embarrassed about the way the character’s spoke.

 

And as a result of that action, a lot of wonderful Black actors ended up broke.

When we were just laughin’ and have fun about ourselves.

So I say, “fuck you if you can’t take a joke.”

 

You didn’t see the “Beverly Hillbilly’s” being protested by white folks.

And if you think, that cause you think that being called African American set all Black people’s mind at ease…

 

Since we affectionately call each other “niggah”, I affectionately say to you, “niggah Please”.

 

How come I didn’t get the chance to vote on who I’d like to be?

Who gave you the right to make that decision for me?

 

I ain’t under your rule or in your dominion And I am entitled to my own opinion.

Now there are some African Americans here, but they recently moved here from places like Kenya, Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Zaire.

 

But, not the brother whose family has lived in the country for generations, occupying space in all the locations New York, Miami, L.A., Detroit, Chicago… Even if he’s wearing a ‘Dashiki’ and sporting an ‘Afro.’

 

And, if you go to Africa in search of your race, you’ll find out quick you’re not an African American, You’re just a Black American in Africa takin’ up space.

Why you keep trying to attach yourself to a continent, where if you got the chance and you went, most people there would even claim you as one of them; as a pure bread daughter or son of them.

 

Your heritage is right here now, no matter what you call yourself or what you say And a lot of people died to make it that way.

 

And if you think America is a leader on inequality and suffering and grievin’, how come there so many people comin’ and so few leavin’?

Rather than all this ‘find fault with America’ fuck you promotin’, if you want to change something, use your privilege, get to the polls!

Commence to votin’!

 

God knows we’ve earned the right to be called American Americans and be free at last.

And rather than you movin’ forward progress, you dwelling in the past.

We’ve struggled too long; we’ve come too far.

 

Instead of focusing on who we were, let’s be proud of who we are.

We are the only people whose name is always a trend.

When is this shit gonna end?

 

Look at all the different colors of our skin…

Black is not our color. It’s our core.

 

It’s what we been livin’ and fightin’ and dyin’ for.

But if you choose to be called African American and that’s your preference, then I ‘ll give you that reference.

 

But I know on this issue I don’t stand alone on my own and if I do, then let me be me.

And I’d appreciate it if when you see me, you’d say, “there goes a man who says it loud I’m Black. I’m Black. I’m a Black American, and I’m proud”.

Cause I love being an American. And I love being Black. I love being called Black.

Yeah, I said it, and I don’t take it back.

 

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“Red Next To Black, Friend to Jack – Red and Yellow, Kill A Fellow!”

I remember watching Seth walk down Broad Street with his girl one night while waiting for my wife at the end of her teaching shift for 1199c. I proudly watched him as he walked hand-in-hand with his lady-love while one of his burly body-guards watched me watching him as I sat in my van. I wondered if he thought that I was some sort of a threat. He looked at me with major suspicion. They appeared to be a very happy couple while they strolled down the street past Broad and Sampson Sts. Oh yes, I voted for him too.

It truly breaks my heart to report this update on our Philadelphia political situation. As it presents itself, the Black District Attorney who prosecuted and locked up a bunch of prominent Black Leaders in our city.

The one who stands out more for me is Sister ‘Thomasine Tynes.’ The next runner-up is the long time proponent for and of the Black Community and radio personality, Sister ‘Louise Williams Bishop.’ Brother Seth played hard-ball with these individuals while committing a crime and/or crimes himself. Oh my, what hypocricy! Remember my opinions regarding “The Nigger In The Wood-Pile?” Brother Malcolm has been quoted refferring to “The House-Nigger and the Field-Nigger, is we sick boss?”

First, let us review a topic that was posted a while back regarding our Black political leaders here in Philly:

Five former ‘Philadelphia Traffic Court judges Michael J. Sullivan, Michael Lowry, Robert Mulgrew, Willie Singletary and Thomasine Tynes defended by their Lawyers, have been charged and are on trial for conspiracy and fraud tied to a ticket-fixing conspiracy. An onslaught of more than 65 character witnesses testified in a little over two hours with many people speaking briefly about the judges on trial in the case. They include Mark A. Bruno, a suburban magistrate, and Robert Moy, a Chinatown court translator, who happen to also be charged in the case. How ironic?
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He said, “Tynes will be remembered as someone who sat down with a snake – and got bit!”

“Obviously, today’s events in this case indicated that these supposedly unwinnable cases are very much winnable. But even if they weren’t, they needed to see the light of day so that the citizens of Philadelphia would have an understanding of who the elected officials were that they put in places of trust.”

District Attorney Seth Williams held the bracelet aloft on the day Tynes was arrested.

Busico, her attorney, told the judge that “this case started out horrifically” with officials who had engaged in “shameful conduct.”

In the end, though, Tynes’ plea delivered an important message: “She is not above the law, because she’s now held accountable.” Busico said.

A federal judge is to sentence her in December in connection with her conviction this year of lying to a grand jury about ticket-fixing at Traffic Court.

The plea represents a big win for District Attorney Seth Williams, who resurrected the sting investigation this summer after Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane shut down the probe – and then dared him to pursue it.

Kane secretly ended the initial investigation in bringing no charges and not informing the state Ethics Commission that the sting had allegedly caught Tynes and four state legislators on tape accepting cash or, in Tynes’ case, a $2,000 bracelet.

After The news by the Inquirer broke in March of the aborted operation, Kane vigorously defended her decision.

She blasted the sting’s “shoddy police work,” and said it was possibly tainted by ‘racial targeting’ and too reliant on a “shady” undercover agent. It was “dead on arrival,” she said.

“I said this from the very beginning – one conviction is all Seth Williams has to get to prove that there were people who broke the law and should have been punished,” Madonna said.

Political analyst and pollster G. Terry Madonna said Monday that Kane’s challenge to Williams had backfired.

“It is anticipated that more arrests of Philadelphia politicians will be made by the office of the Philadelphia District Attorney based, in part, from the cooperation of Thomasine Tynes,” stated her lawyer.

House arrest was sought by Busico who informed the federal judge that Tynes had agreed to plead guilty in the sting case and had testified before the Grand Jury, gathering evidence against the other four state lawmakers.

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When I sat down to put pen to paper and review the charges and apologies of this recently elected district attorney, another headline caught my eye…and we thought Trump was bad, damn! The only thing good that he has, in my opinion, done is hiring Brother ‘Tariq El Shabazz!

NEWS
GIRLFRIEND OF DA SETH WILLIAMS ACCUSED OF TIRE SLASHING
http://6abc.com/news/girlfriend-of-da-seth-williams-accused-of-tire-slashing/1488518/

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The girlfriend of Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams has been charged with slashing the tires of two vehicles outside his house.

Philadelphia police said Stacey Cummings, 47, surrendered on Sunday.

She is charged with criminal mischief and possession of an instrument of crime.

The vandalism occurred back on November 11, 2015. That was when two tires on the passenger’s side of both vehicles were flattened.

The vehicles, a 2008 Ford Crown Victoria and a 2010 Ford Escape, were assigned to the D.A.’s office, police said.

Philadelphia police noted that the investigation of the incident was referred to the Delaware County district attorney, under the Commonwealth Attorney’s Act.
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Seth Williams apologizes to D.A. staff for ‘adverse publicity’ over gifts
By
Aubrey Whelan, Staff Writer
POSTED: August 21, 2016
http://articles.philly.com/2016-08-21/news/75085163_1_unreported-gifts-list-gifts-staffers

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams apologized to his staff Friday for any distractions created by the “adverse publicity” that has surrounded his disclosure of thousands of dollars in previously unreported gifts.

“I understand and recognize that each of you works very hard to represent the commonwealth with integrity and honor,” he wrote in an email obtained by the Inquirer and Daily News. “The adverse publicity about me during this past week has likely made it more difficult for you to do that. I deeply regret and apologize to you for that.”

Attorneys in Williams’ office said morale is low in the wake of the disclosures.

Prosecutors are required to fill out financial disclosure forms each year and list gifts they have received. The knowledge that their boss failed to do so – to the tune of $160,050 – has left many in Williams’ office disappointed and “mortified,” said one staffer, who declined to be identified.

Williams did not apologize to his staffers for taking the gifts. Rather, he said he was sorry for the distraction that “expansive news coverage” of his finances had created.

Among that coverage was a report Friday that District Attorney’s Office staffers had been interviewed by the FBI, which is said to be investigating whether Williams used campaign funds for personal use.

“I realize that my actions, including those taken in my personal life, can reflect on all of you, and, in this case, potentially distract from the important work we do each day, however unfairly,” he wrote.

When asked if a reporter could speak to staffers, Williams’ spokesman, Cameron Kline, said the office would not have any further comment on his email.

Mustafa Rashed, a campaign spokesman for Williams, said the district attorney was “doing about as well as can be expected.” Williams currently is on vacation.

“He’s more concerned about the late disclosure filings being the news and a distraction to the dedicated 600 men and women in the D.A.’s Office, which is why he sent the email,” Rashed said.

Williams’ financial disclosure statements, belatedly amended and released this week, detailed six years’ worth of gifts including vacations at a luxury estate in Appomattox, Va.; sideline passes to Eagles games; and $45,000 in home repairs that included a new roof.

Williams said in a statement Monday that he had released the lists of gifts in the spirit of “greater transparency.” His lawyer, Samuel Stretton, has called the situation “a terrible mistake.”

Friday’s email was Williams’ first acknowledgment of the public scrutiny the gifts have drawn.

He reiterated to staffers that he loves the office and intends “to carry on the good work you have done for the people of this city.”

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Brother, you can’t apologize for this! You have prosecuted and locked up a host of prominent Black political leaders who also forgot to disclose their financial gains and gifts…

Should you not join them with a cell of your own and hang out with them on the cell-block playing checkers and chess? Maybe lifting weights suits you for a pass-time? Should you not join them in the prison chow-line eating potatoes, sparrow and pigeon for dinner as opposed to a dish of specialized noodles and filet mignon?

Oh my, the hypocricy of it all…and all that you have to say is I forgot to disclose the money. How can Black people progress and maintain the respectful integrity it deserves when you and those like you continue to go out and do for self as opposed to doing for others and/or all? Why oh why wasn’t your lucrative salary and social position enough? Maybe you’ll be on the same cell block as ‘Chaka Fattah’ and his son while serving out your sentence.

You all have not only embarrassed the Black Community but the city at large. How can we possibly be respected for truth and honesty when the Devil is your side-kick? Shame on you and those who walk the walk that you have lead while bamboozling those of us who had faith in you.

Oh what a tangled web we weave when choosing to deceive – the ‘State of Black America!’ “The Illusion of Inclusion and So-Called Black Leaders!
…She tells it like it is!
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“Justice or Else!”

 

People Who Use “#AllLivesMatter” Are Not Understanding What Black Lives Matter Really Means…

 

“We have also come to this hallowed spot to remind America of the fierce urgency of ‘Now.’ This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism. ‘Now’ is the time to make real the promises of democracy. ‘Now’ is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice. Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksand of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God’s children. It would be fatal for the nation to overlook the urgency of the moment.”

~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ~

 

“That until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned: That until there are no longer first-class and second-class citizens of any nation; That until the color of a man’s skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes; That until the basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race; That until that day, the dream of lasting peace and world citizenship and the rule of international morality will remain but a fleeting illusion, to be pursued but never attained and until the ignoble but unhappy regimes that hold our brothers in Angola, in Mozambique, and in South Africa in subhuman bondage have been toppled and destroyed; until bigotry and prejudice and malicious and inhuman self-interest have been replaced by understanding and tolerance and goodwill; until all Africans stand and speak as free human beings, equal in the eyes of the Almighty; until that day, the African continent shall not know peace. We Africans will fight if necessary and we know that we shall win as we are confident in the victory of good over evil.”

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“Consider ‘God’s’ Handiwork; Who Can Straighten What ‘He’ Hath Made Crooked?”

~ Ecclesiastes 7:13 ~

 

“Black Lives Matter doesn’t mean that all lives don’t matter, what it means is that black lives matter do as well. And we live in a society that unfortunately teaches people — and usually it is the people that are hashtagging #AllLivesMatter — that Black Lives are less important than theirs. And anybody that lives in America and thinks that that isn’t taught is a fucking idiot and surrounded by an information-proof shield and is probably a racist. Or Donald Trump, if not all three …”

 

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Ice-T, Franchesca Ramsey, Lea DeLaria, and More on the Problem With ‘All Lives Matter’

By

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http://www.vulture.com/2016/07/12-celebs-on-the-problem-with-all-lives-matter.html

 

While Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and corrupted users of the internet continue to disparage the merits of Black Lives Matter, the realities that inspired the movement weren’t up for debate at the return of VH1’s Hip-Hop Honors on Monday night at New York City’s Lincoln Center.

 

“If I go outside and try to hail a cab, and he passes me for the white woman standing right there, racism is still alive and kicking,” Queen Latifah, one of the night’s honorees, said in her speech. “We have to change that. And I’m not blaming the white lady; she needed a cab, too. I’m just saying we need to change this attitude.”

 

It’s a hypothetical that indirectly subverts “All Lives Matter” — a popular dissenting hashtag used mostly by white people as a counterargument for “Black Lives Matter” — which has come under fire for being, at best, reductive, and at worst, racist.

 

Vulture asked 12 attendees at VH1’s Hip-Hop Honors for their thoughts on why All Lives Matter is so problematic — and why it’s not.

 

Orange Is the New Black:

“Black Lives Matter doesn’t mean that all lives don’t matter, what it means is that Black Lives Matter do as well. And we live in a society that unfortunately teaches people — and usually it is the people that are hashtagging #AllLivesMatter — that black lives are less important than theirs. And anybody that lives in America and thinks that that isn’t taught is a fucking idiot and surrounded by an information-proof shield and is probably a racist. Or Donald Trump, if not all three… [The shootings were] pretty horrifying, I have to say. I’ve been basically crying since Orlando. I’ve been weeping for My People, for my Brothers and Sisters, for My Country, for this World. It’s not good what’s going on right now, and that’s why — I’m sorry, I’m going right to politics: Get out in November and vote for Hillary Clinton. Because she’s the only one that’s gonna make a change.”

~ Lea DeLaria, Actress ~

 

SVU:

“I understand all lives matter, that’s why people are saying, you know, we all should address each other as humans. I love that sentiment. That’s how I feel. But when I say ‘Black Lives Matter,’ and you say ‘all lives matter,’ that’s like you saying, ‘women’s rights’ and I say, ‘human rights.’ It dilutes what you’re saying … But here’s the big thing to Black Lives Matter: Black People have to understand that Black Lives Matter also. We’re killing ourselves at a far more alarming rate than the police are killing us. So we have to address our black-on-black crime, our stuff that’s going on in the hood also, along with police brutality. That’s the big problem. It’s just, all of our lives, especially Black People, we need to just get in check to address our worth, and take care of ourselves.”

~Ice-T, Rapper & Actor, Law and Order~

 

 

The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore:

“People that use that hashtag don’t realize that Black Lives Matter does not mean that our lives matter more than anyone else’s. It’s a call to action, because unfortunately, our stories don’t get told, and unfortunately, we often don’t get justice when we have innocent victims die at the hands of police violence. And so I think that people who use “#AllLivesMatter” are not understanding what Black Lives Matter really means … We had a video of Rodney King, and you saw how that worked out. So yes, I’m glad that camera phones are making this accessible to lots of people, but at the same time, for a lot of us, this is not new information. We’ve known that this has been happening. But I do think, though, that the positive side of it is that a lot of people who did not realize that racism is still a problem, that police brutality and racial profiling is a problem, are having their eyes opened to it.”

~ Franchesca Ramsey, Comedian-Activist-Correspondent ~

 

Hamilton:

“Many analogies have been made at this point, but the fact of the matter is: Yes, all lives matter, but the lives that we’re talking about right now are Black Lives, because those are the ones in acute danger. And, really, the cracks in the systemic infrastructure that’s been built through the belief in white superiority that’s been created in this country is really what’s responsible for it, and I’m glad that those things are starting to reveal themselves, you know? So that we can have these conversations and we can start to really enact a process of reconciliation and change, because that’s what’s required: awareness, reconciliation, and change.”

~ Brandon Victor Dixon, Actor ~

 

What’s Going On?:

“All that matters to me is that ‘Black Lives Matter,’ and everything that’s going on just needs to stop. It needs to. All we can do is come together, get the word out. You know, use our platforms to get it out and not just sit back and act like we don’t see or know what’s going on.”

~ Teyana Taylor, Singer ~

 

Orange Is the New Black:

“I think it’s just completely missing the point. There’s a reason why #BlackLivesMatter was a hashtag to begin with — it’s to point out the fact that black lives were being targeted unfairly and to pull out #AllLivesMatter is like, ‘Duh!’ Of course! But we’re not talking about that right now. Clearly, if all lives mattered, this shit wouldn’t be happening.”

~ Emma Myles, Actress ~

 

Love & Hip-Hop – ‘Justice or Else!’:

“I think people just get this whole thing misconstrued: Of course, I want everyone to matter. I think everyone deserves a fair chance, but right now, there are young African-American Men and Women that are being targeted for these injustices. So if I go to the doctor because I have a broken arm, of course all my bones matter, but the broken arm is what’s broken. And right now, the justice system is broken toward these African-American People, and that’s all that they’ve got to admit … I was in Atlanta two days after the horrible incident in Baton Rouge and what I felt was unity. I saw a lot of people hurt, broken, in pain, and that were really wanting change. You know, there were people standing on cars, there were people climbing poles, in trees, screaming and yelling, ‘We’re gonna be all right!’ Screaming and yelling, ‘Justice or else!’ And it kind of felt euphoric. It felt really amazing to have all those many people with the same beliefs and the same fight in one space.”

~ Yandy Smith-Harris, Reality Star ~

 

My Culture, My People:

“I can understand how everyone — as a human being — feels that their life matters, but right now, what we have going on is with Black Lives, and that’s what matters at this moment. Not saying that I’m taking away any value from anyone else’s life, but the fact is the situation that’s going on now is taking place with My Culture, with My People, so therefore we need to get that word out. And I understand that sometimes when people see something getting some attention, they automatically feel that they want to jump in it, or they want to divert people’s attention from it, or they want to make it seem like that — until it happens to them.”

~ Roxanne Shanté, Rapper ~

 

Real Conversations:

“All lives do matter, and I think that it’s okay to say Black Lives Matter, but you know, I don’t have a problem celebrating that life matters, humanity matters. But you know, it shouldn’t overshadow the issues with Black Lives Matter, because it’s a serious [issue] right now.”

~ Melody Fox, Host of Real Conversation ~

 

Take Care of The Problem:

“Yeah, everyone’s lives matter; we just need to fix the problem that’s going on right now. Right now, we see a rise in black and Latino [deaths]. We just need to really pay attention. People are upset because they’re not focusing on the problem. Take care of the problem and there won’t be any anger. We can get rid of this whole situation. We just need to take care of the issues.”

~ Coco Austin, Actress ~

 

Naughty By Nature:

Vinnie: “All lives do matter. But when certain things are going on and you say, ‘All Black Lives Matter’ — I mean, let it be there. Have your own different hashtag. Don’t look like you’re just trying to take and degrade what somebody else is standing for, because all lives do matter, but you have to respect what’s going on right now, the plight of the Black Man, Black Woman, Black People, what we’re going through. Give us our chance to do it. That’s like on Mother’s Day, if you’re talking about how great the fathers are. You’ve gotta give mothers their Mother’s Day props. You’ve gotta give fathers their Father’s Day props.”

 

KG: “Right, and it’s because – you know Black Lives Matter, that doesn’t necessarily mean we’re saying that all lives don’t matter, because all lives matter, it’s under ‘all lives.’ You just gave a great point: If you’re saying ‘Happy Mother’s Day’ on Mother’s Day, that doesn’t mean that you don’t want to give props to the fathers. It’s just at that point, we’re showing props to the mother.”

~ Naughty By Nature (Vin Rock, DJ Kay Gee, Treach), Rappers ~

 

Immigrants:

Africans arrived on these shores with valuable assets for both Europeans and Native Americans. They were used for agriculture labor and working in field gangs, something unfamiliar to most Indians. As experts in tropical agriculture, they had a lot to teach both white and Red people. Africans had a virtual immunity to European diseases such as smallpox, which wiped out Native Americans.

For Europeans seeking a source of labor that could not escape, Africans were ideal because they were three thousand miles from home. They could not flee to loved ones, as Indian slave could. African men and women who fled could always be identified by skin color, and Black became the badge of bondage.

~ https://boulwareenterprises.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/shaman/ ~

 

Who Are Police Killing?

Mike Males

Published: August 26, 2014

http://www.cjcj.org/news/8113

 

While recent killings by police in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City receive national attention, the fact is that from 1999 through 2011, American law enforcement officers killed 4,531 people, 96 percent by firearms and 96 percent of them men, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.* The rate of police killings of African Americans has fallen by 70 percent over the last 40-50 years, but their risk remains much higher than that of Whites, Latinos, and Asians.

 

The five states or jurisdictions where a person is most likely to be killed by law enforcement are New Mexico, Nevada, District of Columbia, Oregon, and Maryland. California ranks sixth from the top. Alabama, North Carolina, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and New York are the safest (or, perhaps, the worst at reporting).

 

The major counties and urban jurisdictions with the highest rates of law enforcement killings are Wyandotte County (Kansas City); Denver County, Baltimore (city), Norfolk (city), and Anderson County, South Carolina; interestingly, Harris County (Houston) has the lowest reported rate. Fresno, Riverside, Kern, San Bernardino, and San Diego have the highest rates in California; Contra Costa has the lowest.

 

The racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement is Native Americans, followed by African Americans, Latinos, Whites, and Asian Americans.

 

Native Americans, 0.8 percent of the population, comprise 1.9 percent of police killings. African Americans, 13 percent of the population, are victims in 26 percent of police shootings. Law enforcement kills African Americans at 2.8 times the rate of white non-Latinos, and 4.3 times the rate of Asians.

 

Latinos are victimized by police killings at a level 30 percent above average and 1.9 times the rate of White, non-Latinos.

 

One-fourth of those killed by law enforcement are under age 25, 54 percent are ages 25-44, and nearly one-fourth are ages 45 and older. Teenagers comprise only 7 percent of all police killings. The risk of an older teen age 15-19 being killed by police is about the same as for a 50 year-old; for a younger teen age 10-14, about the same as for an 80 year-old.

 

While statistics are always suspect over time, killings by law enforcement officers appear to be much lower today than in the past. In the late 1960s, nearly 100 young black men under age 25 were killed by law enforcement every year. Even as the black youth and young adult population doubled over the last 40 years, police shootings of young black men fell to around 35 per year in the 2000s, a rate decline of 79 percent. While younger African Americans were the victims in 1 in 4 killings by police in the 1968-74 periods and 1 in 7 in 1975-84, today, that proportion is 1 in 10.

 

Similarly, police killings of African Americans 25 and older have declined by 61 percent since the late 1960s. Still, the rates for younger African Americans remain 4.5 times higher, and for older African Americans 1.7 times higher, than for other races and ages.

 

*These are called “legal interventions,” defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as “injuries inflicted by the police or other law-enforcing agents . . . in the course of arresting or attempting to arrest lawbreakers, suppressing disturbances, maintaining order, and other legal action.

 

Keywords: Mike Males, police, police practices, racial disparities

Posted in Blog, Social Justice…

 

Police are Killing Native Americans at A Higher Rate Than Any Race, and Nobody is Talking About It

Matt Agorist  August 2, 2015

http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-killing-native-americans-higher-rate-race-talking/

 

Despite gaining citizenship rights in 1924, Native Americans have yet to see the day that they enjoy benefits of a nation which boasts “liberty and justice for all.”

 

Unsettling reports of unfair treatment towards Native peoples by law enforcement are not isolated incidents—rather they are endemic of a deeply discriminatory justice system. Native American men are admitted to prison at four times the rate of white men and Native women at six-fold the rate of white women. Additionally, Native Americans are the racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement.

 

Americans are up in arms right now over the near epidemic number of deaths of African-American at the hands of police, and rightfully so. African-Americans make up only 13 percent of the population, yet they are the victims in 26 percent of all police shootings. That is nearly 3 times the rate of whites.

 

The outrage by the #Black Lives Matter movement is founded in statistical evidence which shows that the system inherently and with extreme bias disproportionately targets blacks.

That being said, there is one group who no one is talking about that is targeted more than everyone else. The racial group most likely to be killed by law enforcement is Native Americans. While Native Americans only make up 0.8 percent of the population, they make up 1.9 percent of all police killings.

 

Where is the outrage in the media for Native Americans?

 

It’s certainly not due to the lack of protests by the #NativeLivesMatter movement, as there are many of those. In fact, several of the Native American activists within the movement have been killed by police, causing even more outrage in the community.

 

Earlier this month, Native American activist, Rexdale W. Henry, 53, was arrested for failure to pay a traffic fine. Five days later, on July 14, Henry would be found dead in a Neshoba County, Mississippi jail cell.

 

Just days before Henry’s tragic death, another Native American woman was found dead in a jail cell. She was arrested for an alleged bond violation over a traffic charge. Sarah Lee Circle Bear was heard by her cellmates screaming for help prior to being found unresponsive in her cell.

 

On July 12, Paul Castaway, a Native American who suffered from schizophrenia, was gunned down by police. According to witnesses, he was holding a knife to his own throat during an episode when police shot and killed him.

 

Last December, 30-year-old Allen Locke was shot and killed by police, just one day after attending a protest against police brutality. Locke is a Native-American man who attended a #NativeLivesMatter rally that was being held locally.

 

Native American children are also victims of the state as a recent report from TruthOut pointed out earlier this month. According to the report, in South Dakota, Indigenous children make up 15 percent of the child population, but comprise more than half the children in foster care.

 

In order to profit off of the kidnapping of these children, South Dakota has claimed 100% of its foster children as ‘special needs’ for the past ten years in order to reel in extra money. The child “protective” system in South Dakota is incentivized by a $79,000 bonus per Native child.

 

The situation is nothing short of modern day human trafficking and murder, yet the media is silent.

 

Why?

 

The answer to that question is not a simple one. However, one potential aspect of why the media and the government do not address the disproportionate targeting of natives by the state, is that it’s not divisive enough.

 

The Black Lives Matter movement has been used by the government and MSM to stoke a level of divide which hasn’t existed in this country since the days of Jim Crow. This divide is a necessary function of controlled media and it’s an essential part of the state’s existence.

 

#NativeLivesMatter doesn’t foster the same divide, therefore it’s not important to the establishment. However, it is important to those of us who care about the suffering and death of our fellow humans.

 

The good news is that through the power of social media, together we can shed light on these injustices. By sharing these stories and the work of the Lakota People’s Law Project, we can help to change this paradigm.

~ http://www.lakotalaw.org/action ~

 

Read more:

http://thefreethoughtproject.com/police-killing-native-americans-higher-rate-race-talking/#BYLtH75PVYmtBVWC.99

 

With all that has been said and proven, in sympathy I do offer prayers and condolences to the families of the fallen officers…but what of the families of the fallen innocents who were felled (and continue to fall) by officers who continue to walk (or ride) a beat, raise a family, eat a Hot-Dog, enjoy a sip of coffee, chew on a donut, eat a cheesesteak, have a glass of beer, attend a ballgame, and simply enjoy all that life has to offer.

 

Abhorring the killing of cops via sniper(s), what would they expect from a people who have had their fill of being slaughtered? An “Uprising” is inevitable in and of all forms of society. A “BackLash” or revolt is the only thing left after everything else has been attempted.

 

“By a campaign of propaganda we condition men’s minds for nuclear warfare. Provocative remarks fly about freely. We use aggression even in words; harsh judgments, ill will, anger, are all insidious forms of violence. We live in an age, which is aware of its’ own defeat and moral coarsening, an age in which old certainties are breaking down; the familiar patterns are tilting and cracking. There is increasing intolerance and embitterment. The creative flame that kindled the great human society is languishing. He who wrongs no one fears no one. He has nothing to hide and so is fearless. He looks everyone in the face. His step is firm, his body upright, and his words are direct and straight.”

~ Mahatma Gandhi ~

http://thegreatmediatorjustwords.blogspot.com/

 

Death:

“It is nothing to kill a people physically who has already been killed Culturally, Psychologically, Historically, Linguistically, Spiritually and Economically as a result of Disenfranchising them from their Ancestral lands.

A suit and a tie with a nice smile and a hand shake, with a 401k plan to offer is not going to solve the systemic and endemic problems of our people….particularly our youth who we have been allowed to be continually miseducated by the descendants of savages.”

~ http://arcoftheprophet.blogspot.com/ ~

 

It’s been said, “The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions.”

 

The intention of the colonists was to find a new life in the America’s. It didn’t matter if other people occupied the new land or not. The intention was to gain freedom from religious persecution, oppression and succession from England and its sovereign nations. They took the kindness of the indigenous people of the America’s for weakness as they systematically delivered to them their impending doom. The annihilation and extermination was planned by the European occupiers of the land of colored people for the intended good of those who have decided to dwell in this new world.

 

Before, during, and after the successful revolution, slavery was incorporated for the good of the occupiers of New America. Forty-four Presidents have led the way in the plight of freedom for Americans, with good intentions; as well as for those who do not possess the same ideology. It is they who are and remain a threat to the pursuit of “Life, Liberty, and Justice for All – the American Dream!”

~ “The Intention of Good Intensions,” GVB, Esq., 7.16.12 ~

 

 

“It Would Be Truly Fatal For The Nation To Overlook The Urgency Of The Moment!”

 

 

 

…History Remember Thyself!

 

 

 

Have You Asked Yourselves What Really Matters…?

 

 

 

 

Til Next Time…

 

 

In Pride, Truth, Justice, and Peace,

 

“G”

http://www.BoulwareEnterprises.wordpress.com    

 

~ “SANKOFA” the “MAAFA” ~

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Race in America:

Views on Racial Disparities 50 Years Later

http://www.diversityinc.com/news/race-in-america-views-on-racial-disparities-50-years-later/?utm_source=SailThru&utm_campaign=newsletterLuke&utm_medium=DI&utm_content=2013-10-01&utm_term=news

By

Chris Hoenig

 

Cop Killings By Race:

https://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=A0LEVwy1QohX_1oACJKl87UF;_ylc=X1MDOTU4MTA0NjkEX3IDMgRmcgNocC1kZGMtYmQEZ3ByaWQDN2llYUl1R1dSWjY5M01SZERUSWdwQQRuX3JzbHQDMARuX3N1Z2cDNARvcmlnaW4Dc2VhcmNoLnlhaG9vLmNvbQRwb3MDMQRwcXN0cgNpbmRpZ2Vub3VzJTIwY29wJTIwa2lsbGluZ3MEcHFzdHJsAzIzBHFzdHJsAzM5BHF1ZXJ5A2luZGlnZW5vdXMlMjBjb3AlMjBraWxsaW5ncyUyMGJ5JTIwcmFjZQR0X3N0bXADMTQ2ODU0NzgwMQ–?p=indigenous+cop+killings+by+race&fr=hp-ddc-bd&fr2=sa-gp-search&type=bg_840_bl-is-17__alt__ddc_dsssyc_bd_com&iscqry=

 

 

~ “SANKOFA” the “MAAFA” ~

http://blackhistory.com/content/273292/maafa-life-after-conquest

http://blackhistory.com/content/288611/sankofa-never-to-forget

http://blackinamerica.com/content/291364/blacks-secret-history-in-america-truth-about-slavery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It’s An Outrage!

 

“Not One Word Of Sympathy From Lips Spewing Hate!”

TheSpiritoftheSoul_1.11.12

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

http://blackhistory.com/content/293580/not-one-word-of-sympathy-from-lips-spewing-hate

It is a travesty when politician’s piggy-back their agenda’s on the backs of the suffering mourners for their lost loved-ones! Where is the shame? Where is the sympathy? Where is the love and compassion?

 

Forty-Nine Dead, Many injured, and a country shook in the massacre of Florida’s Orlando ‘LBGT’ Community. Quadrupled with the sadness and misery of death and fear, out of the ashes of divineness, bigotry, and evil intentions spewed the poison tongue of non-sympathetic finger pointing and false accusations by the presumptive presidential candidate. This act of non-compassion reflects the mandates of him and those who believe as he does… the direction of death-dealing leadership intended for the future of our country. Constant insults for our current President, Black Folks, Native Indigenous Folks, Latino-(Spanish-Speaking) Folks, Islamic Folks, Middle Eastern Folks, Asian Folks, and many other immigrants of this American Society have not dodged the bullets of the ‘Trump!’ Is this truly the leadership that will sit in the oval office of these United States?

 

I have continually asked, “Who is the bigger fool, the fool who leads or the fool who follows?” This demon is followed and supported by many who hate and despise the inclusive beliefs of our so-called American Society. Where and when will it end? Will it end when they have rounded up all who do not look like, believe like, talk like, live like, support a culture like, and/or dream like them? Is this the God fearing nation that awaits all who reside, visit, and befriends us? What will happen with the world-allies who also fear the destruction of Planet Earth if this un-Godly disciple takes the reins and sits in the saddle of leadership? How many of us fear for the future of our children, grandchildren, and the children after them? Would you want this type of creature to poise his voted-in finger to press the button that releases the beginning and end of disaster from another world war…killing every living being on the planet?

 

During a spotlighted press conference, which he loves, this demo-Gog spit out words of nothing but hatred and abandonment for all those he truly dislikes and hates. The insistence of wall building and exclusion spells nothing short of a return to ‘Jim Crow,’ ‘Internment Camps,’ and “A Total Society of White Domination, Oppression, and Superiority!”  

 

There have always been the existence of those who would sell us out; those who would sell their own mother for the friendly pat upon the head, the illusion of inclusion and false reward…God has a plan for them, I’m sure.

 

People died! Families Mourned! Lives were lost! He spoke of who was supposedly responsible and the fault of laws allowing destitute people into the country. Not one word of sympathy for those families who have felt the pain of a lost member, innocent souls that have departed this Earth in terroristic horror through no fault of their own. He blamed the family of the lone gunman who brought the death-dealing rain of death and annihilation to those who had no clue that they were to be the tool for spewing more and more hate-speak by this threat to our posterity.

 

The death-dealer’s Father did not have a clue to what his son was planning. He stated that he would be the first one to turn his son in to the proper authorities has he known! No cudo’s for him by the would-be world leader.

 

“We Are Legion, For We Are Many!” Is this the time for the “War of The Gods?” It has been said that the Devil would rise amongst the weakened souls of Man! It has been prophesized that the Demons from Hell would rise up and begin the destruction of “All Mankind!” Is this what we are and have been witnessing along with the rise of ‘White Superiority Throughout the World?’…I shudder to think this as being true, as we all; right-thinking, God-Fearing persons who have the power to stop this vile attack upon us, our people, the “People of God!” Even to those who are atheists and non-believers who do not believe in the “Most High” have something to fear from this hate-monger. We all should be made aware that this demonic leadership agenda for the mass and terrible destruction of Mankind will meet the end of existence should this “take-over” be allowed to happen – while standing by and doing nothing!

 

The justifiably angered President spoke out to this threat with vigilant and strong messaging.

 

President Obama goes on tirade against Trump over ‘dangerous’ Muslim ban, ‘radical Islam’

Kevin Liptak

By

Kevin Liptak, CNN White House Producer

Tue June 14, 2016

 

Washington (CNN) President Barack Obama on Tuesday unleashed a blistering verbal assault on Donald Trump and his “dangerous” proposal for a ban on Muslims entering the country, saying the suggestion violates the principles of American democracy and generates rage among would-be extremists.

 

Dismissing the “yapping” from “politicians who tweet,” Obama described Trump’s suggestions as harmful to the country’s national security.

 

“We are now seeing how dangerous this kind of mindset and this kind of thinking can be,” he said. “We’re starting to see where this kind of rhetoric and loose talk and sloppiness about who exactly we’re fighting, where this can lead us.”

Obama, sounding infuriated at critiques of his foreign policy, pushed back against criticism for not using the term “radical Islamic terrorism.” And he accused Republicans of fostering resentment among Muslims that could generate further attacks.

 

“What exactly would using this language accomplish? What exactly would it change?” Obama asked during remarks at the Treasury Department. “Would it make ISIL less committed to try and kill Americans?” he continued, using a different acronym for ISIS.

“Would it bring in more allies? Is there a military strategy that is served by this? The answer is none of the above,” he said. “Calling a threat by a different name does not make it go away.”

 

Obama’s remarks — which also touched on gun control and his efforts against ISIS — placed him squarely in the middle of rancorous political debate that formed in the aftermath of the Orlando shooting. Republicans, including Trump, have used the attack to paint Obama as weak on national security and ineffective in combating the threats emanating from ISIS.

Much of the criticism has centered on Obama’s refusal to use the phrase “radical Islam,” which the White House argues unfairly maligns the entire Islamic faith.

In a brief statement following Obama’s remarks, Trump said Obama “claims to know our enemy, and yet he continues to prioritize our enemy over our allies, and for that matter, the American people.”

 

“When I am President, it will always be America First,” Trump said. He was expected to respond more fully during an evening event in North Carolina.

Democrats and some establishment Republicans, meanwhile, have suggested that Trump’s rhetoric is harmful in its depictions of Muslim-American communities as complicit in domestic terror attacks.

 

Speaking after Obama’s remarks, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the President had grown frustrated at hearing “political talking points” being wielded in place of a comprehensive counterterrorism strategy.

 

Lambasting Trump, Obama in his remarks called on other Republican leaders to denounce the presumptive GOP nominee for his proposed ban on Muslim immigration.

 

“Where does this stop?” Obama protested, pointing out that recent domestic terror attacks have been carried about by U.S. citizens.

 

“Are we going to start treating all Muslim-Americans differently? Are we going to start subjecting them to special surveillance? Are we going to start discriminating them because of their faith? We’ve heard these suggestions during the course of this campaign,” Obama said. “Do Republican officials actually agree with this? Because that’s not the America we want. It doesn’t reflect our Democratic ideals. It will make us less safe.”

 

Obama said the debate over using the phrase was “a political distraction.”

How Obama responds to shooting attacks

 

In his remarks, Obama did not use Trump’s name, but his target was clear when he referred to the presumptive Republican nominee and called out GOP leaders for not opposing him.

Earlier in the day, the presumptive Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, issued a similar assault on Trump’s rhetoric, including vague allusions Monday to Obama being sympathetic toward ISIS.

 

“I have to ask, will responsible Republican leaders stand up to their presumptive nominee or will they stand by his accusation about our President?” Clinton said in Pittsburgh. “I am sure they would rather avoid that question altogether. But history will remember what we do in this moment. What Donald Trump is saying is shameful.”

Obama, in his remarks, also called for Congress to pass tougher gun laws and the renewal of the assault weapons ban.

 

“We have to make it harder for people who want to kill Americans to get their hands on weapons of war that let them kill dozens of innocents,” Obama said. “Enough talking about being tough on terrorism. Actually be tough on terrorism.”

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement after Obama’s remarks that “Democrats want to talk about anything else because they have lost the national security debate.”

 

“Nothing President Obama and Hillary Clinton are proposing in response to the Orlando terror attack would have prevented it, but they would infringe on Americans’ constitutional rights to due process and to own a gun,” Priebus said.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/14/politics/obama-pushes-back-against-criticism-over-terrorism-rhetoric/

 

“Trump focused relentlessly on immigration as the root cause of the massacre, saying that “the only reason the killer was in America in the first place was because we allowed his family to come here.” His unrestrained broadsides on immigrants, Muslim nations, even the motivations of President Obama – at one point Trump seemed to question whether the president had terrorist affiliations – defied, as usual, political convention.”

 

“Clinton delivered a nuanced speech with multiple policy proposals, emphasizing the need for the country to unite and avoid scapegoating Muslims. “Our open, diverse society is an asset in the struggle against terrorism, not a liability,” she said, while warning that installing an unsteady hand with xenophobic tendencies in the White House is among the most dangerous things voters could do.”

http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-na-pol-clinton-trump-orlando–20160613-snap-story.html

 

Is your vote the one that will save us all? Is your heart the one that grieves the one that sympathizes? The one that Loves? Where will your vote take us? What will you do?

 

Where do you stand…?

 

 

 

 

 

Til Next Time…

 

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~ ‘It Worked For Hitler, Why Not Trump?’ ~

http://blackinamerica.com/content/290970/it-worked-for-hitler-why-not-trump

 

‘Trump and the kkk!’

http://blackinamerica.com/content/291007/donald-trump-stumbles-on-david-duke-kkk

 

BINGO…THE SMOKING GUN…DONALD TRUMP(PEDIPHILE)RAPIST EXPOSED!

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/g7AbR56XKXF

 

The Rape Lawsuit

http://www.inquisitr.com/3044556/donald-trump-rape-lawsuit-claims-trump-forced-12-and-13-year-old-girls-to-peform-oral-s*x-on-him/

 

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~ “RAPE!” – ‘Beneficial to Whom?’ ~

http://blackwomenconnect.com/content/292738/rape-beneficial-to-whom

 

Ya’ateeh, As Salaam Alaikum, Shalom Alaikum, Hotep, Hola, Konichiwa, Privyet, Hallo, and Hello Again To All!

 

…as promised, I’ve done a little more digging with the aid of My Indigenous America Brother, Ohitika Píško.

 

Trump – A Listing Of Evil Deeds:

 

~ A Question Was Raised, “Show Me The Proof!” ~

http://blackinamerica.com/content/291315/a-question-was-raised-show-me-the-proof

 

‘A Bigot is A Bigot is A Racist’

http://blackinamerica.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?blog_id=291231&cid=10

 

“John Legend Schools Trump’s Son on Racism!”

http://thegrio.com/2016/03/12/john-legend-schools-trumps-son-on-racism-following-chicago-rally-cancellation/?_utm_source=1-2-2

 

~ ‘To Disavow – or Not To Disavow!’ ~

http://blackinamerica.com/content/291326/to-disavow-or-not-to-disavow

 

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Ohitika Píško

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452

~3.14.16~

 

“For all the talk about Mussolini, let alone Hitler, George Wallace is the best analog in the last century of American politics – the mix of class politics and racist incitement, the same sort of orchestrated ratcheting up of conflict between supporters and protestors. As all of this has unfolded over the course of the day there have been numerous instances of Trump supporters calling for protestors to “go back to Africa” and another on video calling on them to “go to ****ing Auschwitz.”

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/1ieWXDyusXH?_utm_source=1-2-2

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/eAwzuoBWzkr

 

~Trump Selects a White Nationalist Leader as a Delegate in California~

“William Johnson leads the American Freedom Party, a group that “exists to represent the political interests of White Americans” and aims to preserve “the customs and heritage of the European American people.” The AFP has never elected a candidate of its own and possesses at most a few thousand members, but it is “arguably the most important white nationalist group in the country,” according to Mark Potok, a senior fellow for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which tracks hate groups.”

http://m.motherjones.com/politics/2016/05/donald-trump-white-nationalist-afp-delegate-california

 

~Report: Journalist files police report after threats over Melania Trump profile~

“The Washington Post reports that Ioffe filed the report over anti-Semitic threats she received, many appearing to come from Trump supporters, after writing the article on Melania Trump.

The threats came through phone calls and emails, and the allged offense is categorized as “threat to kidnap or injure a person.” According to the Post, one threat sent to her included a caricature of a person being shot in the back of the head by another.”

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/report-journalist-who-wrote-melania-trump-profile-files-report-after-threats/

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/XXbsPxvPmHD

 

~Dark tales of molesting beauty queens and raping his ex-wife. Claims of racism and cosying up to the mafia. As he gets ever closer to the White House… Trump is stripped bare~

By

TOM LEONARD IN NEW YORK FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 19:54 EST, 6 May 2016 | UPDATED: 06:59 EST, 7 May 2016

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3578088/Dark-tales-molesting-beauty-queens-raping-ex-wife-Claims-racism-cosying-mafia-gets-closer-White-House-TRUMP-stripped-bare.html#ixzz48ObzU5BS

 

‘I would watch supermodels getting screwed, well-known supermodels getting screwed, on a bench in the middle of the room,’ he recalled breathlessly. ‘There were seven of them and each one was getting screwed by a different guy.’

He later claimed he slept with so many women in those heady years that the danger he faced of getting Aids or other sexually transmitted diseases was his ‘personal Vietnam’.

 

Over the decades, he has had run-ins with the authorities.

 

They began in 1973 when the Justice Department accused him of trying to deter prospective Black and Puerto-Rican tenants by insisting there were no vacancies or pretending the rent was much higher. He settled the case, not admitting guilt, but was forced to place ads reassuring minorities. A decade later, Trump was accused of intimidating tenants he wanted to get out of a building on Central Park, cutting off heat and hot water, and failing to carry out repairs.

 

Trump’s casinos have been fined repeatedly for breaking gaming rules. The Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City had to pay $200,000 (£138,000) in 1991 for breaking anti-discrimination laws for keeping African-American and female staff away from the gambling table of a high-spending Mafioso boss.

 

Always appreciative of scantily clad young women, Trump first became involved with beauty contests in 1992 when he approached a couple who ran the American Dream pageant.

 

She also alleged he had kept black women out of the pageant. Harth later withdrew her allegations when Trump settled a separate legal dispute with her former husband, Houraney

 

But his history of deeply ungallant behaviour towards women goes back much further.

His Czech-born first wife, Ivana, discovered Trump was having an affair with former beauty queen Marla Maples after picking up an extension phone in their Aspen hotel suite and overhearing him smooching with his secret lover of two years on the other line.

 

She later confronted Maples on a ski slope as her husband comically tried to flee on skis. Witnesses said Ivana, much the better skier, pursued him, skiing backwards beside him as she wagged her finger in his face.

 

During their 1991 divorce, which was granted on the grounds of his ‘cruel and inhuman treatment’ of her, she claimed in a sworn deposition he had raped her two years earlier after becoming angry over painful scalp reduction surgery he was having in an attempt to deal with his hair loss.

 

She later rowed back, saying she didn’t want her words interpreted ‘in a literal or criminal sense’.

 

However, a Trump biography, Lost Tycoon, subsequently claimed he had subjected Ivana to a ‘violent assault’ in fury after her plastic surgeon had performed painful surgery on him to remove a bald spot. The book claimed Trump tore fistfuls of hair out of Ivana’s scalp, later asking her: ‘Does it hurt?’

Trump denied the rape claim and also insisted he hadn’t had surgery.

 

Unsettlingly, Trump sounds at his most libidinous when he is talking about his glamorous daughter Ivanka, 34.

He frequently brags about her having ‘the best body’ and has also told interviewers: ‘I’ve said if Ivanka wasn’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.’

 

His behaviour towards his third wife, Melania, a former Slovenian model of few words, suggests he sees her as little more than a s*xual object. ‘Where’s my supermodel?’ Trump once shouted from the stage of a meeting in Pennsylvania.

Earlier, he gloated on a radio show about their ‘incredible s*x’ and her lack of cellulite.

 

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3578088/Dark-tales-molesting-beauty-queens-raping-ex-wife-Claims-racism-cosying-mafia-gets-closer-White-House-TRUMP-stripped-bare.html

 

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~Police report reflects the ugliness of the Trump era~

By

Erik Wemple

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/erik-wemple/wp/2016/05/09/police-report-reflects-the-ugliness-of-the-trump-era/

 

“The larger “public narrative” here is almost a year old. Since last June, Donald Trump has run a presidential campaign on bigotry, racism, s*xism and frat-house insults. The show has attracted the interest and endorsement — surprise! — of white nationalist groups and figures such as David Duke, a former KKK official.”

 

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~Elizabeth Warren Emerges to Attack Donald Trump on Twitter~

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/iRhu4hAGW6Q

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/05/10/us/politics/elizabeth-warren-donald-trump.html?referer=

By

ASHLEY PARKER

MAY 9, 2016

 

“Ms. Warren is one of the few high-profile leaders in either party to repeatedly challenge Mr. Trump with clarity and directness, portraying him as both dangerous and a charlatan. She began her assault in a March 21 Facebook post, describing his candidacy as a “serious threat” and calling him “a loser” — one of the worst insults in the Trump lexicon.”

 

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~“Some Africans Are Lazy Fools Only Good At Eating, Lovemaking And Stealing” – Donald Trump~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-GiX6d-L4E

Published on Nov 3, 2015

 

“Once again, US business magnate Donald Trump has expressed his deep disgust for Africans by referring to them as lazy fools only good at eating, lovemaking and thuggery.

Speaking in Indianapolis, Trump who is also the republican Presidential torch bearer reiterated his promise to deport Africans especially those of Kenyan origin including their son Barrack Obama.

“African Americans are very lazy. The best they can do is gallivanting around ghettoes, lamenting how they are discriminated. These are the people America doesn’t need. They are the enemies of progress. Look at African countries like Kenya for instance, those people are stealing from their own government and go to invest the money in foreign countries. From the government to opposition, they only qualify to be used as a case study whenever bad examples are required. How do you trust even those who have ran away to hide here at the United States hiding behind education? I hear they abuse me in their blogs but I don’t care because even the internet they are using is ours and we can decide to switch it off from this side.”

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/h43fhinwvVQ

 

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Donald Trump Warns Nigerians : “IF I WIN, YOU LEAVE”

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/AVNZcvFXgtN

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATFMvZRgQjw

 

“American Billionaire and Republican Presidential Front-runner, Donald Trump, has shot a subtle warning to the Nigerian Community in the United States, after he said all Nigerians would be made to leave the country “when he becomes President”.

 

He made the “threat” during a rally at Wichita, Kansas. According to Donald Trump, Nigerians ad Mexicans have taken all the jobs meant for honest hard working Americans.

 

“To Make America great again, we need to get rid of the Muslims, Mexicans and the Africans, especially the Nigerians. They take all our jobs, jobs meant for honest hard working Americans, and when we don’t give them the jobs, the Muslims blow us up”, Trump said.

 

“We need to get the Africans out. Not the blacks, the Africans. Especially the Nigerians. They’re everywhere. I went for a rally in Alaska and met just one African in the entire state. Where was he from? Nigeria! He’s in Alaska taking our jobs. They’re in Houston taking our jobs. Why can’t they stay in their own country? Why? I’ll tell you why. Because they are corrupt. Their Governments are so corrupt, they rob the people blind and bring it all here to spend. And their people run away and come down here and take our jobs! We can’t have that! If I become president, we’ll send them all home. We’ll build a wall at the Atlantic Shore. Then maybe we’ll re-colonize them because obviously they did not learn a damn thing from the British!”

Published on Jan 17, 2016

READ MORE: http://tinyurl.com/hgwru9z

 

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“When you look at ‘Baltimore,’ ‘Chicago,’ and ‘Ferguson,’ you know, a lot of these gang members are illegal immigrants! We’re gonna get them out!”

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/iosaKxXZyV7

 

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Ohitika Píško

 

“If you want to see the REAL donald trump exposed for what he really is, Here it is, the early 1990s documentary that was banned because Trump did not want the world to see this. He fought and threatened to sue networks if this was ever released to the public in the 1990s..

Brace yourselves, this truly is the SMOKING GUN.

It’s funny that Trump claims he is not a washinton insider, but the FACT is he has been one of the biggest finacial contributer for politicians over the years. He buys politicians. This is all facts exposed in this film.

It proves that just about everything Trump has campaigned the last year on is blatent lies.

He has had his nose so far up politicians assholes for so long, he gets nose bleeds.”

Not only that, but he has broken so many laws it aint funny. He is a “HUUUGE” career criminal in so many aspects.

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/hPfdBktkn1n

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq0zw0hPoUM

 

~Trump What’s the Deal? Donald Trump Documentary: You’ve Been Trumped 2011~

“This Is The Film That He Tried To Have Banned!”

…He doesn’t want anyone to see this film!

Is This Truly The Smoking Gun?

 

When it was announced that the documentary was to be given its British television premiere on BBC Two on 21 October 2012, Trump’s lawyers contacted the corporation to demand that the film should not be shown, claiming that it is “defamatory” and “misleading”.[2] The screening went ahead. The BBC defended its decision, noting that Trump had repeatedly refused to be interviewed in conjunction with the film.

Published on Apr 17, 2016

You’ve Been Trumped is a 2011 documentary by British filmmaker Anthony Baxter. The film documents the construction of a luxury golf course on a beach in Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, by developer Donald Trump, and the subsequent struggles between the locals and Donald Trump and Scottish legal and governmental authorities.

 

When it was announced that the documentary was to be given its British television premiere on BBC Two on 21 October 2012, Trump’s lawyers contacted the corporation to demand that the film should not be shown, claiming that it is “defamatory” and “misleading”.[2] The screening went ahead. The BBC defended its decision, noting that Trump had repeatedly refused to be interviewed in conjunction with the film.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq0zw0hPoUM

 

Donald Trump just threatened to cause an unprecedented global financial crisis

Updated

by

Matthew Yglesias

on May 6, 2016, 11:10 a.m. ET

@mattyglesias matt@vox.com

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/BbQLEx483xV

http://www.vox.com/2016/5/6/11607464/trump-haircut-default-debt

 

“I would borrow, knowing that if the economy crashed, you could make a deal,” Trump said. “And if the economy was good, it was good. So therefore, you can’t lose.”

 

With his statement, Trump not only revealed a dangerous ignorance about the operation of the national monetary system and the global economic order, but also offered a brilliant case study in the profound risks of attempting to apply the logic of a private business enterprise to the task of running the United States of America.

 

Applying this idea to the United States would destroy the economy!

 

Trump is a German immigrant? And his real biological parents were cannibals.

Wow, why am I not suprised.

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/SkGrxJK7ecW

~Bizarre: The REAL Donald Trump Exposed – The Truth About His Biological Parents~

http://now8news.com/bizarre-the-real-donald-trump-exposed-as-he-learns-about-his-biological-parents/

 

Political leaders have called for his certified German birth certificate!

 

“One night in 1954, in a drunken stupor, Fred Trump drove his new Buick Road Master over his six-year-old son Donald, killing the boy. In an effort to avoid embarrassment ( and legal consequences ) a search was made to find a replacement for the dead child. A suitable look-alike was located at an orphanage in Kansas. The boy, born in Munich, Germany, was brought to New York, assumed the name Donald Trump and was raised by the Trump clan as one of their own. At the age of 14, through a bizarre set of circumstances, “Donald” learned that his real mother had been a psychotic drug addict who was executed for killing, and cannibalizing his real father.”

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~ “The Barrel Of The Steal Is Still Smoking” ~

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Rachel Maddow Drops A Truth Bomb By Crushing The Myth Of GOP Resistance To Trump Racism

By Jason Easley on Wed, May 11th, 2016 at 9:27 am

Rachel Maddow hit Republicans with a ton of reality bricks by destroying the myth that the GOP is resisting the racism of Donald Trump and his supporters.

 

Rachel Maddow hit Republicans with a ton of reality bricks by destroying the myth that the GOP is resisting the racism of Donald Trump and his supporters.

https://plus.google.com/101361411397323635452/posts/c9aZaX8wrHv

http://www.politicususa.com/2016/05/11/rachel-maddow-drops-truth-bomb-crushing-myth-gop-resistance-trump-racism.html

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“All Gave Some, While Some Gave All!”

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

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“To Kill an American” (A Re-Post)
http://blackhistory.com/content/238660/to-kill-an-american

http://byanaustraliandentist.blogspot.com/

“You’ve probably missed this in the rush of news, but there was actually a report that someone in Pakistan had published in a newspaper, an offer of a reward to anyone who killed an American, any American.
So an Australian dentist wrote an editorial the following day to let everyone know what an American is. So they would know when they found one…”

“An American is…”

“You’ve probably missed this in the rush of news, but there was actually a report that someone in Pakistan had published in a newspaper, an offer of a reward to anyone who killed an American, any American.
So an Australian dentist wrote an editorial the following day to let everyone know what an American is. So they would know when they found one.

‘An American is English, or French, or Italian, Irish, German, Spanish, Polish, Russian or Greek. An American may also be Canadian, Mexican, African, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Australian, Iranian, Asian, Arab, Pakistani or Afghan.

An American may also be a Comanche, Cherokee, Osage, Blackfoot, Navaho, Apache, Seminole or one of the many other tribes known as Native Americans…
An American is Christian, or he could be Jewish, or Buddhist, or Muslim. In fact, there are more Muslims in America than in Afghanistan . The only difference is that in America they are free to worship as each of them chooses.

An American is also free to believe in no religion… For that he will answer only to God, not to the government, or to armed thugs claiming to speak for the government and for God.

An American lives in the most prosperous
land in the history of the world..

The root of that prosperity can be found in the Declaration of Independence which recognizes the God given right of each person to the pursuit of happiness.
An American is generous… Americans have helped out just about every other nation in the world in their time of need, never asking a thing in return.

When Afghanistan was over-run by the Soviet army 20 years ago, Americans came with arms and supplies to enable the people to win back their country!

As of the morning of September 11, Americans had given more than any other nation to the poor in Afghanistan.

The national symbol of America, the Statue of Liberty, welcomes your tired and your poor, the wretched refuse of your teeming shores, the homeless, tempest tossed. These in fact are the people who built America

some of them were working in the Twin Towers the morning of September 11, 2001, earning a better life for their families. It’s been told that the World Trade Center victims were from at least 30 different countries, cultures, and first languages, including those that aided and abetted the terrorists.

So you can try to kill an American if you must. Hitler did. So did General Tojo, and Stalin, and Mao Tse-tung, and other blood-thirsty tyrants in the world… But, in doing so, you would just be killing yourself – Because Americans are not a particular people from a particular place. They are the embodiment of the human spirit of freedom. Everyone who holds to that spirit, everywhere, is an American.
~Written by an Australian Dentist~

The Family Boulware*Butler:

Beginning with My GrandFather, ‘Ernest “Buster” Boulware,’

Ernest.Buster.Boulware_1911.5.28.16

…Our family has been made up of ‘Sailors’ in the United States Military Service. We’ve even had a few cousins who’ve been in the ‘Army’ and ‘The Marines’ as well. The latest of whom has come home from the ‘Air Force.’ Yes, My Beautiful Granddaughter, the eldest of my granddaughters, “I’Tia Gina Boulware” has gone and become an Airmen. Two of my sons’ (my eldest son and the one in the middle, of three) significant others were in the Army – the mothers of my Grandchildren!

We are a proud Black/MultiRacial American Family…I, as the head of this clan bear an enormous pride in all of my children as well as those who have passed on before us.

Thanks to All Who Have Served – For US!

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(2nd from left)

My Eldest Granddaughter
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Wednesday, November 11, 2009
“Our Family Veterans”

“Our Family Veterans”
by
Gregory V. Boulware

“Hey y’all, wake up…get up!” “I’m here!”

That was the 4:30 a.m. and/or 5:30 wakeup call to arms by my/our Grandfather every time he came to town from New Haven, Connecticut; we loved that cadence! “Ernest (Buster) Boulware”, formerly of 142 Cedar Hill Avenue, New Haven, Connecticut 06511, was the love of my life!

“Ernest (Buster) Boulware” was born to…
http://ourfamilyveterans.blogspot.com/

‘WINNSBORO’
By
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.
https://boulwareenterprises.wordpress.com/2016/02/16/723/

During the late 40’s and early 50’s, ‘The Boulware*Butler Family’ migrated from…

Winnsboro, South Carolina:

“Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues,” an industrial folk song of the 1930s with lyrics typical of the Blues, refers to working in a cotton mill in this city. Textile mills were constructed in the area beginning in the late 19th century and originally workers were restricted to whites. The song developed after the textile mill had been converted to a tire manufacturing plant, reflecting the widespread expansion of the auto industry. The song has been sung by ‘Lead Belly,’ Pete Seeger, and other artists.
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“All Gave Some, While Some Gave All!”

Thanks to All Who Have Served – For US!

Gratefully,

‘G’
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‘The True Meaning of “Great Again”

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

http://blackhistory.com/content/293106/the-true-meaning-of-great-again

http://blackhistory.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?id=641608   

 

 

We should “Pledge Ourselves to Resist To The Bitter End, The Efforts of Our Deadly Enemies in Attempting to Mold A Sentiment Against Us After The Southern Method. Our Deadly Foes Are Now Busy Education Their Children to Hate Us And To Believe That We Are Low, Degraded, and Vicious Because Our Skins Are Dark!”

 

 

Within this current ugly convoluted and racially charged so-called quasi politically charged ‘Presidential’ race for the top administrative position and the “White House” of these United States of America, raises the ire of many ‘right-thinking’ voters. Right thinking is not to be confused with “right-wing” or “left-wing” positions in this divided nation of ours. The term is meant to identify those of us who know the difference between right and wrong.

 

In the past, it was deemed treasonous to insult, bemoan, ridicule, chastise, criticize, and/or to call any sitting president outside of his or her name. If anyone was to be accused, heard, or recorded doing so would give just cause for the ‘FBI,’ ‘CIA,’ the Secret Service, or the Police to immediately arrest and detain that person or persons for threatening the head of state – The President of The United States. Today even those rules and respect for the office seem to be meaningless. Doctors, Lawyers, Cops, Politicians, Judges, and the average Joe state with ease condemnation and villainy with regard to whoever occupies the seat of the “Oval Office.” Their disdain and hatred of our ‘First President of Color’ is simply frightful knowing that these individuals will never be brought to bear witness and prosecuted for this practice.

He has been called by many, “Nigger, Fool, Animal, and a few other blasphemous, vile and wicked names; right out in full public view of the news media and on the street as well; without any fear of legal ramification or apprehension. They have also been quoted in saying that ‘the President Should Be Shot!” They do believe however, that they are truly untouchable and exempt from any legal and just prosecution. This act of sedition appears to be true because not one of these boisterous individuals has been brought before a judge to face justice as it should be administered.

 

Many of the presidential (and lesser offices) hopefuls have been heard (and recorded) and overheard stating “We’re going to take back America – We’re going to make America great again!”

The first thought is – take it back from whom? – ‘isn’t America already great?’ The whole world knows that the usurpers from Europe and elsewhere how the indigenous people of the American lands were confiscated as opposed to moving in and living side-by-side with those who taught them how to live and survive on this continent. Oh no, they had to have it all! And they took it from them at a terrible cost.

Every time I hear such rhetoric, I can’t help but think about the massacred ‘Indigenous Americans’ who’ve died and continue to suffer under the not so invisible yoke of oppression and sub-human living conditions. Oh yes, I’m talking about my “Red-Skinned” brothers and sisters. Many have forgotten the blood ties and relationships of the Black and the Red. Our Asian and Latino relatives are fully in the mix of things as well. How can we ever forget what has been done to our people in the name of making America great.

When that phrase is utilized in its over-killed tradition, it can only mean one thing – ‘A Return to Jim Crow and Slavery – the Domination of whites over all people of color!’

 

Many instances of white domination continues to surface right out in plain view. Some folks believe the practice is a clandestine action. How could this be when derogatory and hateful statements are made and brought forth by so-called leading political figures with the “right-in-your-face’ attitude? Police shoot, kill, and harass our country’s citizenry on a regular basis and are exonerated and justified while being encouraged to do so; when it is obvious to all their actions and practices are contrary to the justice and laws of the land? It seems such practices are supported and condoned by those who are supposed to administer unbiased expedition to justice as written in the American Constitution.

 

Mr. William Loren Katz cites America’s atrocities in his books for all to bear witness – to remind – to never forget how and why this government came to power in its infancy. The success of their European master plan came to fruition on the backs of ‘free Black labor and their self-sustaining dominance utilizing the trickery and deception by dividing us – mentally, physically, and politically.

 

What have we learned?

 

Someone said we should not concentrate or dwell in or on the past. The quintessential truth is, “One cannot move forward without learning from lessons of the past.”

 

‘The Black-Indian campaign for full citizenship was carried on with forceful but respectful language. In 1879, a group of Black Cherokees petitioned for equal rights:

“The Cherokee Nation is Our Country; There We Were Born and Reared; There Are Our Homes Made By The Sweat of Our Brows; There Are Our Wives and Children, Whom We Love as Dearly as Though We Were Born With Red, Instead of Black Skins.

There We Intend to Live and Defend Our Natural Rights, as Guaranteed by The Treaties and Laws of The United States, by Every Legitimate and Lawful Means.

As Natives, We Are Attached To The People Among Whom We Have Been Born and Bred. We Like The ‘Chickasaws,’ as Friends and We Can Live With Them in The Future in A Close Union.”

 

As written, we should “Pledge Ourselves to Resist To The Bitter End The Efforts of Our Deadly Enemies in Attempting To Mold A Sentiment Against Us After The Southern Method.

Our Deadly Foes Are Now Busy Educating Their Children To Hate Us and To Believe That We Are Low, Degraded, and Vicious Because Our Skins Are Dark!”

 

Seminoles, whose African America Brethren often had been dear friends and family members, quickly accepted ‘Emancipation and Equality.’ Choctaws resisted for a generation and Chickasaws fought the issue almost to the end of the century. Except for the Seminoles, within each nation Black members faced years of legal challenges and political protests to win citizenship rights, land, education, and equality of opportunity. As recorded for all times, we all know that this ‘African American’ effort in Indian Territory and Lands throughout the country such as ‘Tulsa, Oklahoma,’ has reflected their wider and less successful campaign for equality during this era of reconstruction in the southern states. Parents and elders of our people have shown an avid interest in education for our children, and the adults who attended night schools in the effort of learning to read and write.

Black members of many Indian Nations have worked vigorously for equality, land ownership, and education. Whatever unfairness they felt among their Indian friends could not match what they knew they would experience among the dominion of the whites. They knew they would never be lynched of brutalized – nor would our sons and daughters suffer such atrocities at the hands of the Creeks, Seminoles, Cherokees, and other Indian Nations throughout the land.

African Americans made major economic strides that could hardly and rarely be duplicated in European-American society.

As early as 1866, John B. Sanborn, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, reported from the Indian Territory:

 

“The ‘Freedmen’ are the most industrious, economically, and in many respects, the more intelligent portion of the population within the Indian Territory.

They all desire to remain in that territory upon lands set apart for their own exclusive use.”

 

That report says a great deal and lends support to those who abdicate separate and sovereign existence from the society of whites.

 

The Black thirst for education blossomed throughout the former slave states as well as within the realm of the Indian Five Nation Society. Black Indians built their own schools, hired and paid teachers, and then emboldened enough to demand and/or ask for additional government aid.

An 1866 government report on ‘Black Creeks’ revealed the anxiousness to educate their children and a determination to profit from the schools formed at their own advance.

 

The Supreme Court in 1896, May 17, issued a landmark constitutional decision on discrimination against so-called minorities in the United States. The “Plessy v Ferguson” decision ruled seven to one that segregation anywhere in the country was legally and constitutional! “Separate But Equal” became the law of the land. This racist legal maneuver lasted until it was overturned by the high court in 1954 with the decision and just vote of the “Brown v Board of Education” case.

 

“In 1890, the state of Louisiana passed a law (the Separate Car Act) that required separate accommodations for blacks and whites on railroads, including separate railway cars. Concerned, a group of prominent black, creole, and white New Orleans residents formed the Comité des Citoyens (Committee of Citizens) dedicated to repeal the law or fight its effect. They persuaded Homer Plessy, a man of mixed race, to participate in an orchestrated test case. Plessy was born a free man and was an “octoroon” (of seven-eighths European descent and one-eighth African descent). However, under Louisiana law, he was classified as black, and thus required to sit in the “colored” car.

 

On June 7, 1892, Plessy bought a first-class ticket at the Press Street Depot and boarded a “whites only” car of the East Louisiana Railroad in New Orleans, Louisiana, bound for Covington, Louisiana. The railroad company, which had opposed the law on the grounds that it would require the purchase of more railcars, had been previously informed of Plessy’s racial lineage, and the intent to challenge the law. Additionally, the committee hired a private detective with arrest powers to detain Plessy, to ensure that he would be charged for violating the Separate Car Act, as opposed to vagrancy or some other offense. After Plessy took a seat in the whites-only railway car, he was asked to vacate it, and sit instead in the blacks-only car. Plessy refused and was arrested immediately by the detective. As planned, the train was stopped, and Plessy was taken off the train at Press and Royal streets. Plessy was remanded for trial in Orleans Parish.

 

In his case, Homer Adolph Plessy v. The State of Louisiana, Plessy’s lawyers argued that the state law which required East Louisiana Railroad to segregate trains had denied him his rights under the Thirteenth and Fourteenth amendments of the United States Constitution, which provided for equal treatment under the law. However, the judge presiding over his case, John Howard Ferguson, ruled that Louisiana had the right to regulate railroad companies while they operated within state boundaries. Plessy was convicted and sentenced to pay a $25 fine. Plessy immediately sought a writ of prohibition.

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How many of us would like to return to those days of racial trickery and forked tongued promises?

 

Even after a bloody civil war, decades of legal arguments, legislation, and constitutional amendments promising equality and justice, the legal lid was clamped ever so tightly over ‘Emancipation’ aspirations for people of color. However, we are constantly being told on a daily basis that we are going to take back America and make America great again.

 

“People of Color share the experience of genocide, brutality, exploitation, colonization, and marginalization. We also have tangled histories that place alliances on a slippery slope.”

‘Divide and Rule’ flourished when European colonizers, white enslavers, and a white congress, president, and court system set rules while issuing orders. It has been proven over and over again how the domination and clandestine trickery of a powerful white society is and was able to pit one people of color against another ever since during and before and after 1492. This has been a paramount and ultimate goal.

“Various types of subjugation and cruelty stir different response and acts of resistance. Unlike African Americans, Native Americans did not seek to integrate into a dominant society or to assimilate with the whites. Blacks seemed to be saying that white society was bad, but they wanted it anyway,” as noted and written by the noted Native American Scholar, Brother Vine Deloria Jr.

Deloria also noted that many Native Americans claim their primary fight is for land and self-identity. It’s been said that some even view their tortured confinement and painful separation on and to reservations as at least preserving their cultural integrity.

 

If Native Americans undertook a political position, they would and have overwhelmingly more often prefer to identify with ‘Brother Stokley Carmichael’ and ‘Brother Malcolm X,’ who both built a mighty ‘Black Power Movement’ promoting separation from white society as opposed to the belief of ‘Brother Dr. Martin Luther King.’

 

In today’s current events highlighting the presidential race between the democrats and the republicans, the growing interests in and of the ‘Black Indian’ story has yet to eradicate centuries of educational neglect, racial division, and animosity.

“The election of a US President with an African father and European descended mother; with a wife of African and Native American lineage; has helped highlight the role of ‘multiracial’ and ‘multicultural’ people in America and the world as a whole. So has the recent rise of Indigenous and Black Indian Presidents in Latin America.”

But schools, texts, and the media introduced in the United States have only lightly and lukewarmly begun to examine this magnificent heritage. They are truly slow to embrace let alone support its honorable if turbulent history.

 

“Understanding of the racial or Negro question does not ultimately involve understanding by either Blacks or Indians. It involves the white man himself! He must examine (or re-examine) his past. He must face the problems he has created with himself and within others. The white man must no longer project his fears and insecurities onto other groups, race, and countries. Before the white man can relate to others he must forego the pleasure of defining them.”

~ Vine Deloria Jr. ~

 

And with the ending of this message, I ask you ‘People of Color, and Right-Thinking-Good Willed People of European Descent,’ will you stand idle and do nothing to right-the-wrongs of our nation, and/or allow for a dictatorship – losing the right of a free society and a caring government, or set us back to when America was not great – AGAIN?

 

 

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