Black History Facts

John Henrik Clarke – January 1, 1915 – July 12, 1998.

  • Pan-Africanist writer, historian and professor.
  • Pioneer in the creation of Africana studies and professional institutions in academia starting in the late 1960s.
  • Founded the African Heritage Studies Association and the Black Caucus of the African Studies Association in 1968.
  • Challenged the views of academic historians and helped shift the way African history was studied and taught.
  • Actively deconstructed there lies, propaganda, and miseducation of white supremacy via lectures, debates, academics research, and books.
  • Met and mentored many of the great minds throughout the African diaspora.
  • One of his landmarks works is a documentary called “A Great and Mighty Walk”, about his life and the history of Africans throughout time and across the globe.

Dick Gregory – October 12, 1932 – August 19, 2017

Why isn’t any if this taught in school?

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  • Civil rights activist, social critic, writer, entrepreneur, conspiracy theorist, comedian and occasional actor.
  • Began studying African history after being told that Africans had no history before European colonization.
  • Took on a range of issues, including ending the Vietnam War, feminism, Native-American rights, and apartheid in South Africa.
  • Regularly fasted in protest of world events; was arrested dozens of times for his causes.
  • In 1961, joked in front of a white audience: Last time I was down South I walked into this restaurant and this white waitress came up to me and said, “We don’t serve colored people here.” I said, that’s all right, I don’t eat colored people. Bring me a whole fried chicken.”
  • Authored the controversial “Nigger: An Autobiography” in 1964.

Black History Facts

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Mary McLeod Bethune – July 10, 1875 – May 18, 1955

  • Educator, statewoman, philanthropist, humanitarian, and civil rights activist.
  • President of the Southwestern Federation of Colored Women’s Club from 1920 to 1925.
  • Founded the Daytona Beach Literary and Industrial School for Training Negro Girls, which eventually became a college, merged with the all-made Cookman Collage in 1929.
  • Founded the National Council of Negro Women in New York in 1935.
  • In 1938, hosted the White House Conference on Negro Women and Children, which highlighted the importance of Black women in democratic roles.
  • Notable quote: “Therefore, there can be no discrimination, no segregation, and no separation of some citizens from the rights which belong to all… We are on our way. But these are frontier which we must conquer…”

Bessie Coleman – January 26, 1892 – April 30, 1926

  • American civil aviator, known as “Queen Bessie”.
  • First woman of African-American and Native American descent to hold a pilot license.
  • In 1921, she received her international pilot license in France because no flight school in America would train a colored woman.
  • Her goals were to expose her people to the world of aviation. She desired to speak to audience, children to inspire them to get involved in the flight industry.
  • In 1926, she fell to get death while practicing for one of her famous stunt shows. Evidence later indicated her plane may have been tampered with.
  • Inducted into National Aviation Hall of Fame 2006.

Fannie Lou Hamer – October 6,1917 – March 14, 1977

  • Voting rights activist, civil rights leader and philanthropist.
  • Worked for the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).
  • Helped poor and needy families in her Mississippi community.
  • Vice-chair of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP).
  • Elected as a national Democratic Party delegate in 1972.
  • Died on March 14, 1977, and according to the New York Times, “None of us would be where we are today had she not been there then.”

Shirley ChisholmNovember 30, 1924 – January 1, 2005

  • Politician, educator, and author.
  • First African-American woman elected to the United States Congress.
  • Inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1993.
  • Was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2015 by President of the United States, Barack Obama.

Joan Higginbotham – August 3, 1964 – Present

  • Engineer and former NASA astronaut.
  • Third African-American woman to go into space.
  • Actively participated in 53 space shuttle launches during nine-year tenure at Kennedy Space Center.
  • Logged over 308 hours in space during her mission with the crew of STS-116; her primary task was to operate the Space Station Remote Manipulator System.
  • Mae Jemison was the first African-American female astronaut in space in 1992 aboard the Endeavour.

There’s no place you can’t go and be goal you can’t achieve; no dream you can’t make a reality.

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Timeless Tuesday! Appreciation

Goddess morning Royals. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

I’m appreciative of the time the Higher Power has afforded me upon this rock. I have faced life threatening situations wherein I feel like I should have died. Not sure how my book ends I learned from disaster after disaster and move on. I preach to teach of such incidents so others will know that if they decide to drive that road, some of the consequences they may face. I encourage then to go a different route but some believe that death is a game to be played.

Well this Tuesday I faced yet another challenge wherein I feel like it was over and still my book had not ended. No I’m not trying to end it but my health is becoming a challenge. I guess aging will do that to you, reason why my eating, sleeping, and movements has changed. I cannot walk the same as I did when I was a child, a teenager, nor a young adult. When your body calls for change then change it. When your mind and body is on the same page there is nothing you can’t do to improve your health, life, or spirit. If they aren’t in the same page, you will struggle and life will feel like a battle you can’t win.

Appreciating the time given will make the time taken feel like it didn’t happen. You learn to love the timeless moments and forgive the stolen moments. You long for captive days and pray for the days that got away. The little things becomes more appreciative and the bigger things are no longer. You grasp every moment you can get and when you can’t you don’t feel so bad about it. Time is too precious to wasted it on what could have been instead you hold on to what is, was, and can be. Living for this moment and appreciating it.

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Holiday Hypocrisy?

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January – the first month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the second month of winter: Happy New Year, or so they say January 1st, because I believe my New Year is the day I was born and that is all to that.  Have you ever stopped and thought why they would make a baby the birth of a new year when so many of our children were dying by the hands of those who wishes you a new year?  Then they swear by their resolutions that this year will be better, different from the years before.  Isn’t that the same song every year and will remain the tune until we learn to listen differently and take life seriously.  Why is it that they give you the baby you ask?  It because no one can resist a baby or reject a child coming into this world but they should because “society” chose for your child not to come into this world.  They put plans in motion for your child to be aborted so that they can exploit this well-designed baby new year in your face.  Is that fucking with your psyche?  You abort your baby only for them to shove baby Jesus and New Year in your face like those babies means more than yours.  Damn what a power trip and a fucked-up way of saying your child mean shit or doesn’t compare to the child born on “January 1st or December 25th.”   What a fucking message?

“Martin Luther King, Jr., birthday on January 15th, the very first of many distractions that obstructs our views and brain from growth.  We are taught to believe that Martin; who real name is Michael, born at birth, was all for his people, and this is the reason he was given a holiday.  Keep believing the hype, because that’s all it is.  Keep being blinded by the facade that “society” as well as Martin put on for you so you could be led down a road of turmoil and deception.  I saw the same videos you did and believe you, me, I have questions.  Questions that until this day has not been answered.  Why isn’t Nelson Mandela given a holiday, or Nat Turner?  How about Malcolm X, or Marcus Garvey, or Medgar Evers; where is their holiday?

Then there’s black history month.

February – the second month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of winter: Happy Valentine’s day.  President’s day, Washington’s birthday, Super bowl, Black Friday’s sales going on in Black History Month.

Now I’m not sure if you all are aware but they only mention black history like twenty-four times in this month.  Note* No other time in the year do they mention black history because they gave us a month. 

So that means that they mention black history once a day in February the same month designed or chosen for black history.  When they do, they allow “black people” to speak on something that they chose as their favorite person within black history.  First of all, black’s history happened everyday of the year.  So why are we just able to unfocused on it in February.  I’m not complaining at all but blacks created, designed, educated, empowered, invented, and motivated throughout the year. I understand they want us to be proud of what they are “giving” us, but we as blacks have to acknowledge our ancestry everyday of the year. Be proud of what they sacrificed in order to leave a legacy behind. They supposedly gave us a month but then threw everything on top of it, they could as a diversion from the already lies they were forcing down our throats.

Valentine’s day is a joke in its own rights.  They want your money and like blind people you all give it to them.  How as black people you think it is okay to love someone once a year and think that they are supposed to be loyal and trustworthy the other 364 days of the year.  Are you crazy or deranged?  Please understand that you are supposed to love your significant other every day of the year even when you are upset with one another.  If you don’t then someone else will. 

Fact: Valentine day was about beaten and raping of women with dead animals back in Roman times.  They decided to put a spin on it just to make it more profitable and romantic to those they could profit off.     

President’s day is another commercialized holiday because all the presidents I remember was okay with racism and slavery so why would you all celebrate or acknowledge this “holiday?”  That is all propaganda bull shit to sell you all something and then they have the audacity to give you days off at work for this crap.  You all can’t wait so that they can give you a day to celebrate the slave masters.

Now this is one that I really can’t speak on too much because I too love football, but why is it that it takes over black history month.  It is the only thing everyone including me can talk about, yet it is still a distraction from what is really important and that is black history.  Super bowl Sunday is talked about before the super bowl and then every day in February after the super bowl.  It totally takes away from the facts and hides the truth that we can be easily distracted when it comes to the importance of our race, heritage, nationality and ancestors.

Fact: The history of American football can be traced to early versions of rugby football and association football. Both games have their origin in varieties of football played in Britain in the mid-19th century, in which a football is kicked at a goal or kicked over a line, which in turn were based on the varieties of English public-school football games. The Pro Football Hall of Fame was dedicated at Canton, Ohio, September 7 1963. Green Bay defeated Oakland 33-14 in Super Bowl II at Miami, January 14. The game had the first $3-million gate in pro football history.

March – the third month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of spring: March Madness all relating to basketball, Saint Patrick’s Day

Now I am very curious first they tell us according to their bible that Easter was about the resurrection of Jesus, but then they only advertise a bunny rabbit.  If this supposed to keep from offending anyone because I believe it’s very offensive to Jesus himself.

Now I want to know what is Palm Sunday.  I went and researched the whole situation and this is what I found out.  The Sunday before Easter, when the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem is celebrated in many Christian churches by processions in which palm fronds are carried. I have nothing more to speak on for this holiday.

Saint Patrick’s Day is in celebration of the Irish and being as though I have Irish in my blood.  I can grasp that ever so slightly but to make it a holiday in association with the resurrection of Jesus kind of worried me.  St. Patrick is the Catholic Patron Saint of Ireland, and St. Patrick’s Day began as a religious celebration.  Catholic saints have their own feast days, with March 17 being the feast of St. Patrick.  In America, St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of all things Irish, but the true meaning of St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland is primarily religious.

April – the fourth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the second month of spring: Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, Palm Sunday and Weed Day

According to the Bible Easter Sunday is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, but instead the commercialize it with bunny rabbit and clothes and toys.  So “society” gives you a lie then cover it up with another lie. 

In retrospect, I have no idea what Easter Monday is about but I’m going to go ahead and guess more propaganda for us to spend more money on things we don’t need but to keep tradition alive and feed our children with this nonsense.  Then they have a weed day which is just ways to push their drugs in flavor in most of the black neighborhood.  I do believe “society’s” law enforcers turn their heads on this day just to stay face with the tradition of the holiday.  Doesn’t make sense because the very next day it is business as usual and they can arrest you for possession of an illegal substance.  Even if they themselves celebrate this holiday.

May – the fifth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of spring:  Mother’s Day, Memorial Day

Fun Fact: 1870 (Julia Howe wrote the first Mother’s Day proclamation asking women everywhere to join for world peace)

  • Founders: Julia Ward Howe | Ann Jarvis | Anna Jarvis
    • Earliest beginnings: 1868 (Ann Jarvis created a committee to establish ‘Mother’s Friendship Day’)
    • Became nationally recognized: 1914 (proclamation signed by Woodrow Wilson)
    • Founding country: United States
    • First celebrated: 1908 (Anna held a memorial for her mother Ann)

In other words, before Black People became free from the captive.  Now I’m not saying honoring your mother is wrong but in truth you should honor your parents without someone making it a holiday for you to follow.  Remember they are here for you 365 days a year than you should honor them 365 days a year. 

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces.  The holiday, which is currently observed every year on the last Monday of May, was held on May 29, 2017.  The holiday was held on May 30 from 1868-1970.  It marks the start of the unofficial summer vacation season, while Labor Day marks its end.  On this day most veteran get things for free but any other day they get treated like crap.  “Society” doesn’t really care about their war vets just need for the world to think they do so when it is time for another war, people will want to go and fight for their country.  Afterwards ask what have your country done for you after you have served and sacrificed for their so-called freedom”

June – the sixth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of summer: Father’s Day

Only came about because of the celebration of Mother’s Day, as well as Sibling’s Day, and Grandparent’s Day.  Being of color you celebrate the life of your family every cookout, every wedding, baby shower, graduation, engagement, and so forth.  We used to honor our family for everything and long before they started making everyday a holiday of some sort.

July – the seventh month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the second month of summer: Independence Day aka 4th of July. 

Fun Fact: Independence Day of the United States, also referred to as the Fourth of July or July Fourth in the U.S., is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago in 1776 on July 4 by the Continental Congress.

Here is something that you should know that black people were slaves at the time.  So, the signing of the Declaration of Independence does not represent the black slaves only “society.” 

The reason I do not take part in this holiday nor do I acknowledge it or reference it in any of my daily conversations. 

August – the eighth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of summer: What is amazing that August has no Federal or State holidays accredited to this month.    

September – the ninth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of autumn:  Labor Day.  Also, one the nation’s most tragic situations shook America.  Nine-eleven happened and put the country on high alert as well as forced people together as one nation.  When this tragedy happened it crippled America but it also strengthened us as well.  We know it was man made but still it happened.

Labor Day is dedicated to American workers and is used to celebrate their contributions to the country through the year.  It is an annual celebration of those that have given to the prosperity, economy, and the well-being of the country.

October – the tenth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the second month of autumn: Columbus Day; Halloween

Columbus Day is a national holiday in many countries in the Americas and elsewhere which officially celebrates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492.  The landing is celebrated as “Columbus Day” in the United States, as “Día de la Raza” in many countries in Latin America and as “Día de la Hispanidad” and “Fiesta Nacional” in Spain, where it is also the religious festivity of la Virgen del Pilar.  It is also celebrated as Día de las Américas in Belize and Uruguay, as Día del Respeto a la Diversidad Cultural in Argentina, and as Giornata Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo or Festa Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo in Italy and in the Little Italy’s around the world.  These holidays have been celebrated unofficially since the late 18th century and officially in various countries since the early 20th century.

He discovered nothing but invaded a lot!

Halloween or Hallowe’en, also known as All Halloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, is a celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows’ Day and Reformation Day.  It begins the three-day observance of All Hallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints, martyrs, and all the faithful departed.

It’s also the day that “society” got dressed up and slaughter thousands of slaves as a game.  Countless lives loss because “society” was bored with themselves.  Now they want you to purchase the same costumes and tell horror stories to minors to scare them while giving them treats or shall I say sugar to fatten them up and slow their abilities to get away from you as well affecting their mental capacity.

November – the eleventh month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of autumn: Veterans Day, Thanksgiving

Veterans Day is an official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, that honors military veterans; that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces.  It coincides with other holidays, including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I; major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect.  The United States previously observed Armistice Day.  The U.S. holiday was renamed Veterans Day in 1954.

I’m not going to say too much about this holiday because I thank the men who served this Country but I don’t think greatly of War.  I think it is a waste of resources, lives, and costly.  With all the money, it takes to fight a war, “society” could have found ways to preserve that money into the United States.  What is even worst then them not understanding that is that they are fighting for someone else’s resources in which they could have just paid for the resource instead of going to war for it.  What they are teaching our children is that if you want it, even though it is not yours, just go and take it or kill for it.  When in retrospect all you have to do is ask and if the answer is no them find another resource.  There is always a better way then violence.  Leave it to “society” they are entitled to all the resources but as soon as my people think the same then it is all out war. 

Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada, the United States, some of the Caribbean islands, and Liberia.  It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year.  Similarly named festival holidays occur in Germany and Japan.  Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States, and around the same part of the year in other places.  Although Thanksgiving has historical roots in religious and cultural traditions, it has long been celebrated as a secular holiday as well.

This is how they tricked the indigenous to trust them enough to let them into their resources as well as manipulate them into teaching them their ways of survival. 

Hints the name thanks for giving us all your resources, time, efforts, skills, farming techniques and women.  Before long “society” knew all, they needed to know or so they thought and wiped out the Indians and all their land was or the taking.

I say if you teach an outsider all your skills you just replaced yourself out of a home, love, life, and work!


December – the twelfth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of winter:  Christmas

Christmas is an annual celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.  In Western Christianity, Christmas is celebrated on December 25.  For Christians, Christmas is considered the second most holy day of the year while Easter is the holiest day.

The great majority of Christians celebrate Christmas, and there are many rich and varied Christmas traditions around the world.  Religious Christians may attend special church services during the Christmas season and on Christmas Day that commemorate the birth of Jesus and call us to a life of devotion and following His teachings.

This is the biggest pagan holiday of them all.  This is where “society” makes the most money from everyone in the United States one way or another.  People get bogged down financially, while others successfully purchases everything on their family’s Christmas list.  Come on people we cannot be this blinded by “society’s” shenanigans that we can’t we how this makes poverty-stricken people look worst in their children’s eyes.  Stop feeding your children the lies that “society” feed our ancestors and know where we come from and what is right for us to celebrate.  Celebrate life and how to win where “society” has us failing. 

This Hippocratic bull shit has to come to an end or we will always be ten steps behind.  We will always slaughter our own people for what the next man can afford.  We will always be in financial ruins because our minds are programmed to materialistic things and not on advancements.  We are so caught up on the right now that we cannot see the future.  It is bleak to us because of the wool that is constantly being pulled over our eyes.  The real plan they don’t want us to see. 

The more façade the through in front of us the bigger our eyes get and the more we want, but they are stealing and consuming what we really need.  We no longer see what we need only what they want us to see. 

They prefer that we continue to speak like them, we walk and talk like them, we look like them.  They even want us to smell like them.  In other words, they want to replace us with them so they can now be the majority, the greater population and the rulers of this planet and we are giving them just what they want. 

They want us to believe we are of them but in truth they are of us.  We are the oldest, wisest, and indigenous people of this planet.  They find new ways to feed us their lives and we fall for it.

Now every day is some sort of National Holiday or day to celebrate.

They hype the “holidays” for one reason and one reason only to get you all to spend your hard-earned money.  They know you all can’t resist a sale or a good deal.  They taunt you all with “great deals” all the while taxing the hell out of the deal.  I do believe Congress and the President just went to the table on taxes and yes, they are going to raise them on the poor.  What most of you don’t know is that the rich pay taxes after they spend their money, while the poor can’t be trusted so they take ours out before we even see our checks.  Isn’t that amazing they wait for the rich to pay their taxes and as long as they can lie about where their money is then they pay what they want, but they snatch our taxes before we even know if we earned the right amount of money for the hours we put in to work.   

I don’t know about you but that doesn’t make any sense to me that you know how much taxes I am supposed to pay but have no idea how much taxes the rich are to pay.  Taxes is of the devil anyway.  You mean to tell me I give you all this money into an unseen account and when I file for my taxes back you are only going to give me a percentage of my money back.  Wow! 

Knowledge is power!!

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The Family Bond! Chapter 7…Segment 2.

Goddess morning Royals. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

We know what we need to do but we aren’t sure on how to do it, since we are radical thinkers.  They know the family bond in our people isn’t strong anymore, so they use that against us.  They know that if they save us from us then we will turn on them.  Therefore “society” has no mean of saving black people.  They make too much money from our demise and self-destruction to want to save us.  In reality who are they saving us from but our own kind.  As a nation, we are strong and a force of determination, with the will to do anything and everything we put our minds to.  The only way to continue to keep us down is if they continue to beat us down.

They force us to feel guilty about not being able to support our families the way they think we should.  In reality, they are controlling our homes and family’s lives.  Let’s be honest here what is guilt; the fact or state of have committed an offense, crime, violation, or wrong especially against moral or penal law; culpability.

We have no reason to feel guilty because we committed none of these things.  We do more than our best on what we have to offer our families and if we come together as a community, “society know we would have more.  When your child doesn’t get all that they want, remember this, they still have a roof over their heads, clothes on their backs, shoes upon their feet, food for their hunger, water for their thirst, and a person to provide it all for them, you.  Take pride in knowing your best is good enough for now.  Never thirst after what the next man has because you never know their struggle to get it.   

Learn to be disciplined in your spending, living, learning, growing, and waiting because not all thing is for everyone.  Like the old saying goes be careful what you wish for because you never know the cost of their fortune.  Preying on what the next man have could leave you with a bad taste in your mouth, pain in your heart, misery in your life and death at your door.  Be careful what you are willing to give up just to get what you want.

For me I’ll stay with the necessities.  I’ll gladly move pass the basics when the Higher Power guide my footsteps.  Moving without him causes two spaces ahead then drops you five spaces back so you end up worse than before you started.  Learn to be patient in your walk, talk, drive and relationship for you could end with nothing which is less you may have started with, when starting this journey.  Reminder, the Higher Power does things in decency and order.  You can’t run before you learn to walk and can’t walk before you learn to stand and you can’t stand properly without balance and understanding.

You must understand the process before you do a job, or before you buy a car or before you move to a new home or buy a new home.  There is a systematic order to do these things, thinking you are getting ahead of the game when you’re not.  You are actually setting yourself up for failure.  You ruin your own chances of success by not taking the necessary precaution to prevent failure.  So anxious to make it you forget that not all things come together as planned but if you’re not prepared for obstacles then you already failed before you began.

Knowing your status, stance, and prospective on success as well lost will have prepared you for anything life throws at you.  Understanding your goals not just achieving them, but really know them makes for a better business, work environment, and boss, also a better person, mother, father, neighbor, and activist.  My goal is to help black families come together and stay together.  To learn to face trouble head on, to overcome obstacles that they come to, and jump hurdles they encounter.  To love, pass the physical and enjoy the mental, to join in the spiritual and touch the soul.  To reunite the village and communize the unreached the lonely souls.  To rejuvenate the weary and idolize the helpers.

We can only tolerate so much before our tolerance level have reach a level of no return but with God’s help, we can reach a level where we can tolerate anything as long as it’s for our people.  I mean why not, we’ve tolerated all “society” gives or shall I say throw at us.  We have endured their shit for over 400 plus years but have a level when it come to our own kind, please are we serious!

The only reason “society” have the power is because we give it to them, or so they think.  The real fact is we as black hold the real power.  The power of spending, building, giving, sharing, and taking.  We spend over fifteen billion dollars a year in this country and they get rich from it, so if we stop spending on what they have then they will feel the pain.  No more movies, no more cable, no more cell phones, no more crime, no more corner stores, no more name brand clothes, or tennis, no more cars, no more drugs, and no more dinning out/partying.  They will feel the pain and know of the struggle.  They would know of our pain and hurt.  They would have to work themselves.

If we built our own banks for just us, made our ow movies just for us, communicated face to face, designed our own clothes and shops just for us, cars and grow our own food.  We ourselves would feel better, think better, do better, and recycle our money through our communities.  We would stabilize our families and increase the power of black thus decreasing the crime rate and the power “society” has over us.  We would finally be able to stand as a nation; a very proud, productive, and creative nation.

Stability is what we don’t have even those who have jobs.  Those jobs aren’t secured, they think we are expendable.  Make sure we are irreplaceable by being our own bosses and creating job for our own kind.  What we know is that it won’t happen overnight but with everyone joining in and putting forth the effort this could happen within three to ten years?  We ourselves have a lot of work to do on us for us to make it happen.

It’s not a hard task if we revert to our natural roots!  Not physically but mentally to take pride in our color and what we have to offer as a proud race.  Yes, I know you aren’t giving up on your cell phones but we as black need black own and black operated businesses that feeds our needs.  Our communities have suffered long enough, I remember when all the corner stores in East Baltimore was black owned and operated.  There wasn’t another culture or race that own another store in East Baltimore.  Now that’s all that own the same stores I use to buy my family’s goods from.  However, the carryout was owned by the Asians but that was for those like myself, who ate Yakami, Lo Mein, Egg Foo Yung or other Chinese cuisine; even the bars were owned by black.  Where did our status go?  Why did we as black fall so hard?  Because, those who couldn’t do for themselves didn’t want for those who could to continue with their success and “society” helping hand didn’t help at all.  For a matter of fact, they hurt the most by forcing crack cocaine and heroin into the city and then started a campaign for the war on drugs.  Are you serious and black people fell for the hype?  While “society” was pulling the wool over our eyes and pushing their drugs harder in our communities, we decided that forcing them down our own people throats, shooting them in their veins, or shoving it in their noses to get rich was the best thing for the neighborhoods.  But in all honesty, where are those drug dealers now?  Oh, yes in jail, prison, dead, or users themselves.  Yes, “society” knew exactly what they were doing we just didn’t have a clue. 

It was fast money and that is the problem with black people.  We all wanted that fast money, the get rich quick scams, but at what cost it didn’t matter to us.  We were suffering and didn’t even know it.  We were infecting our own lives and didn’t care because the fast money made everything look different.  At least when the dealers ate, I can say the neighborhood ate as well.  We have the audacity to think fast money is the best money, but we are slowly learning it isn’t.  It’s all comes with a price and sometimes that price is worse than living, death is the not a reward that equals a come up.  It is a sentence that equals exactly what it is; death!  Now look at our communities in the worse conditions that have ever been in since I can remember. 

I see our young children no longer the pushers but as junkies buying prescription drugs from addicts. 

First, they gave you a taste then when your power got big, they pulled the plug away and threw you in their prisons.  Making more money off you and all the while this was their plans from the beginning.  Either way they made money off us whether it was selling it, buying it, or locking you up for it.  Until this day they still profit what they can from the black communities. 

We lost our way because everything flashy looks good.  Plus, it looked good against the poverty we were facing.  Somehow, when the flash come, we missed the picture behind the glitter and gold.  We couldn’t see the future for the present looked appealing.  Now look where we are still scrapping for scraps and begging for more.  Why when we had it all, by supporting the black businesses, that was already established?  We missed our boat but the one thing I do know is boats and ship must dock to load and unload.  When it our turn, remember our best features we have is communication.  If we band together verbally, then our psyche tells us to do it mentally, and then physically. 

Sending you all love and kisses. #GoddessLove

The Family Bond! Chapter 7…Segment 1.

Goddess morning Royals. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

The Bond of Mending a Broken Man/Woman/Child

Yes, I know we can be very arrogant at times but sometimes situations call for it.  Then it’s those times when, are you serious, please sit down.  You’re losing and don’t have room from arrogance.   I mean know when to be full of yourself and when to humble yourself.

Don’t allow your ego to have you on a high horse one day and the next on the side of the road begging for money or food.  When you feel like it is all coming together to fast, slow your pace, and find a balance before it falls apart. Remember the real village is still around.

This is what you don’t want to do though is be as disrespectful as possible.

A – Antagonize the people who always had your back.

R – Repudiate your family because of your social status.

R – Renounce your heritage, birth right, or home.

O – Overlook your people suffering around you.

G – Go against the grain

A – Annoy everyone on your way up to the top.

N – Neglect who you really are and your family.

C – Co-exist with “society” to puzzle yourself into their world

E – Endorse yourself by disowning all others.

Being a fraud is not really black people’s thing it is a “society” thing, trying so hard to make yourself believe that your worldly possession is what make you, will also be exactly what breaks you.  There’s no God in materialistic things, only evil!

Remember this even “society” knows you can’t get anywhere in life without other people.  Even if “society” only prey on other’s down fall so they can have something to step on besides the ground God made.  They understand that’s what they need but they know they cannot make it without it; even if it’s ugly and evil. 

To “society” you are still just a footstool.  You never really belong they play the role with you because they need something from you.  What you may ask?  Your wealth, because to them you belong in the same poor house your ancestors belong in.  Shinning their shoes, taking care of their children, washing their clothes, cleaning up after them, but most of all taking their shit right up the backside.  They love showing you that without them your nothing and with them you’re still nothing.  I guess this is their way of showing their superior but only to those who believe they are superior. 

This problem has led to people being depressed as well as oppressed.

D – Deeply disturbed by sense of less than.

E – Entertained by nothing or no one.

P – Polite because you feel pressured to be.

R – Repulse the demons that haunt your happiness.

E – Enclosed in your own thoughts.

S – Study by psychologist for what reason.

S – Sentenced to medication for a life time.

I – Imposed sadness on those around you.

O – Opposed treatment to regain natural order of one’s self.

N – Never want change just darkness.

Because the oppressors are always finding a way to oppress us.

O – Ostracized anyone who doesn’t fit in your “society”

P – Portray people by displaying their down falls.

P – Promote hate to increase violence.

R – Repeat history as much as possible, to prove a point.

E – Encased facts from people to cover up your hate.

S – Seduce them with materialistic items to blind them.

S – Sarcastically give them a nudge of hope.

I – Idiots we are for trusting “society”

O – Onto new ways of trickery and false promises.

N – Note the oppressed as a success for “society”

We as people need none of this in our lives for the Higher Power has blessed us with a brain.  So “society” take your foot off our necks for we are not your “dogs” any longer.  We are not our ancestors; our mentality is a lot different but the same.

The Family Bond! Intermission

The Family Bond! Intermission

Goddess morning Royals. First, give praise and worship to the all High.

School Scenario: Two Black Guys – One is Dark-skinned and stays to himself. The other Light-skinned and always with a group of followers not of color.

Dark skinned brother enters a room – Good morning everyone

Light skinned brother – And who you supposed to be?

Dark skinned brother – I’m a brother like you’re a brother, trying to make it in a dream, where everyone seems to want me to fail.  Who you want me to be?

Light skinned brother – Who you talking to?

Dark skinned brother – Oh, it’s not a debate my brother. It’s just, I want you to understand I come from almost the same places you came from. Just because I speak properly doesn’t mean I wasn’t raised in the hood.  It just means I was raised by people who cared how I pronounce and announce word and how I sound. That’s about it!  My color is the same as yours.  No, it’s not about color and no it’s not a race war, but a little something more!  Something that we should be doing, we should be Uniting instead of Fighting! We should be wanting more for each other.  I’m here just like you are here, to get an Education.  To walk through those doors, just like you walk through those doors.  I’m trying to better myself and make a way for my people, my young one, my children, the generation coming up behind me.  No, I’m not trying to display you, nor diss you. I’m not even trying to displace you.  All I’m trying to say we are in the same place. That mean that your grades are just as good as mine grades.  Don’t down play me because I am here to fulfill a dream and you’re here to make a scene.  I’m not about that, I’m about another thing. I’m about trying to help the next, you down here try to break a neck. Oh, My God, I feel my pressure getting high but why?  Because, I don’t feel like I should be the one that’s about to die.  I didn’t do anything to you.  Aren’t you tired of seeing that?  The same thing on TV. Every time you turn around you see black killing black; I know that sounds whack.  But in reality, that’s what you are threatening me about.  How you going to take my life?  Yet in still you sit up here worried about the next white man and his life.  You are trying to be better than me.  I’m trying to be better than everybody.  Oh, not saying just you.  I’m trying to be better than him, him, and him.  I’m not trying to be that person that is sitting over here in the corner singing my “should’ve,” “could’ve,” “would’ve”.  I’m not trying to blame “society” for my down falls.  I’m not even trying to blame my parents for not being able to take care of me properly, but someone loved me because I am here.  Someone loved you because you here.  I don’t care if you fought the fight and loved yourself enough to get here.  I fought the fight and someone else loved me enough to get me here. All that really matter is that we are here! So, this way we can better ourselves.  Yeah, I know you want to be the tough man on campus.  I’m not even going to debate it.  Just because I am another brother on campus doesn’t mean I am here to be better than you in the fight race, I’m here to be better than everyone in the educational race.  That’s it!  My mindset and your mindset could be on the same page.  Just because my grades are higher than yours doesn’t mean I can’t get you up on that level.  Why I can’t pull my brother up, because that’s my whole means, the whole reason I am here, is to help better my society.  Help better my people. I’m not here to kill nobody, not here to degrade nobody.  I’m only here to help me. That’s what my loved ones sent me here for.  I’m saying you don’t have none, I’m not say no one cares.  That’s not what I am trying to say, so don’t read into this the wrong way.  I need you to understand. I’m just here trying to be a man, the same reason you are here.  I’m not here to show nobody, nor raise nobody’s hopes pass where they are.  I’m not here to even the score.  Naw, that’s not what I am here for.  I am here to better me, because that’s who I know.  The only person I know. I don’t know you, but Hi! I would like to introduce myself.  I’m your brother from another mother. My name is “Love,” that’s me.  Oh, you don’t want to shake my hand? That’s fine! Still makes you a man.  It didn’t make you less than, just because you didn’t want to do one thing, introduce yourself to me.  See I already know who you are!  I always know who everyone is, everywhere I go. I make it my business to know who’s around me. I need to know what kind of danger my life is in, whether they are of color or not, because no one can be trusted.  You are proving that to me right now.  Our colors are the same.  You match me perfectly.  Don’t even know if you are related to me. All I know is every black is not black and every white is not white, every green is not green and every blue is not blue. Some are off white, eggshell white, cream but not all white, just representative of white. Some is midnight black, blue black, black but once again just a representative of black.  Some are greenish blue, and representative of green and blue.  Some browns are tan, khaki, beige and cocoa.  So, every color isn’t the same color and every heart isn’t the same heart.  Just like every person of color isn’t the same person of color.  So, what I need you to do is understand this, is that I am here to run the race and nothing more.  So, allow me to run the race and make it to where I am going, and I’ll stay out of your lane.  By the way my brother, you have a great day! PEACE

As he tried to keep their attention from the fear that is building in his heart and showing in his sweat. Then taking his exit before allowing any of them a word or a chance to react.

School Scenario 2: Same to brothers meet again.

Dark skinned brother – Damn here we go again!  Didn’t I just run into you last week trying to do the same thing.  Oh, do it not get tiring, do it not get tiresome?  Sigh

Light skinned brother – Oh, wait a minute brother.  It’s not even why I am here.  Had time to think about what you said to me last week.  Our encounter was kinda scary.  Yeah, I thought I was gonna have to deal with you.  Everybody was putting false things in head about you.  But, now I’m here to extend my hand and introduce myself, be that man.  I’m no longer the same brother from the last time.  Our last encounter was something unbearable, but you spoke truth, you spoke reality.  Now all I wanna do is extend my hand you like a fellow colleague.  Now don’t get this wrong, I still have that I’m better than you attitude, because you instilled that in me.  To be better than who I was, so now I aint even mad atcha. Now I just wanna do what you extend me to do, help me up, raise me up. Let’s be brothers on this campus of love.  Let’s no long have this roar against our own kind.  I just wanna be the man, the man I came here to be.  The one that’s laying in the back of my mind. I want to bring him to the forefront, because I know I’m better than that.   Naw, I don’t wanna smoke weed, I don’t wanna roll blunts.  I’m not trying to stunt no more! What I’m trying to do is be better than before. Now, don’t get it misconstrued, I’m still a tough person and I still understand that I have those defaults! But they are no longer the parts that I’m trying to work from they are the parts I’m trying to work on.  I’m here to do exactly what I struggle to get here to do.  No, I’m not trying to be the big man on campus.  I have plans! I have goals!  Now that’s my focus.  Yeah, I do understand that somebody loved me at one point in my life, that why I was birth.  Somewhere along that line it got fucked up and now I’m here on this planet, called Earth to do my own thing. No, I’m not mad, at first, I was, anger build up inside.  Didn’t know whether I was gonna have to kill or die, but now, I’m on another plane of existence to do the things I was here to do from the beginning.  You know, work my magic, put my thought into plans.  No longer into man of destruction, but into actions of deliverance.  That’s why I am here, God have found me a new way so I’m gonna use that way. No longer will you have to worry about me being the shoulder that you have to look over, worried about whether or not I’m behind your back. Naw, right now I gotcha back. So, from this moment on, look at me as that brother, from the same or the other mother.  Doesn’t really matter.  You might be right our colors do match! We could be related, but that’s no longer a debate. All I’m worried about now is how far we gonna get together?  How we gonna walk out this campus together as one Unity, Power? That’s where I’m at now.  My heart has stop being sour and started being happy, because you ain’t the one that left me.  That’s where that anger was at, deep down inside.  I knew that I shouldn’t have done anything to anyone, but the anger had taken over.  So, now my anger is in a better place! No longer is it covering me, no longer is it hovering over me, but now it’s right here in front of me, to do nothing but excuse me. Push it to the side and walk pass it.  Get outta my way, now I’m seeing it from my rear-view.  I ain’t afraid! I ain’t looking over my shoulder, no need for that.  Now I am a better brother! LOVE

This may not be how it goes in the streets or in a real-life situation but this is how it should go.

Sending you all love all kisses. #GoddessLove