Sunday, August 21, 2016

What would U.S. State Department do if Donald Trump were a Presidential Candidate in Africa, Central & South America or Caribbean?

What would the U.S. State Department do if Donald Trump were a Presidential Candidate in Africa, Central & South America or the Caribbean?

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Redefining Racism by Reexamining Jeffersonian Democracy

Posted by SendMeYourNews on July 25, 2016 at 9:13am

Thomas Jefferson -- country will never honestly address today's racial woes while ignoring the nation's history.

By Ezrah Aharone ~

 As America celebrated 240-years of "democracy" on July 4, 2016, the longstanding tradition of hero-worshiping Thomas Jefferson continued.  Meanwhile, as the slaughter of Black people continues in parallel tradition, America tends to disassociate the 18th-century racism and violence of its founders from 21st-century racism and violence of its followers.  
Let me however state three points that are indispensable yet absent from today's public discourse regarding democracy and racism.  First, 21st-century racism needs to be redefined in modern connotations based on historical "processes and outcomes."  
Second, contrary to common perceptions, chattel slavery was not simply a matter of depriving Black people of freedom via chains and laws, whereby the solution simply involved the removal of chains and the ratifying of new laws. 
Third, Jeffersonian Democracy (America's founding practices and ideals as pretensed in the Declaration of Independence by Jefferson himself) is erected upon an "unprincipled relationship" which Euro-Americans have historically superimposed upon Black America as norms with virtual impunity. 
By "unprincipled" I mean that Jeffersonian Democracy is deliberately designed with dishonest ways and deceptive practices that have proven insufficient and unsuitable to redress the racial complexities it deliberately created, while Euro-Americans have benefited in consequence.  Hence, Black people have struggled incessantly for centuries on political hamster wheels to somehow show "worthiness" to wear the coveted badge of Americanization that they regulate. 
Thus in redefining modern racism I assert that "the unprincipled nature of this relationship is both racism and the purveyor of racism" . . . everything else is symptomatic.   This same "unprincipledness" breeds dense denial, apathy, and snobbery as personified by people like Rudolph Giuliani (Republicans and Democrats alike) whose thickheaded orientation to race is perched eye-level with the sociopathic-like tendencies of many founders.  To them, despite its inhumanities, Jeffersonian Democracy has always been a sanctified force of good, goodwill, and godliness that "civilized and blessed Africans to live in the greatest country in the world."
     But despite all pomp and religiosity, July 4, 1776 is a point of origin where any sincere examination of racism and violence must begin.  This incubates the spot where chattel slavery and Jeffersonian Democracy kissed as parent institutions that birthed perpetual incarnations of racism that has mutated and merged into the norms of society ever since, where nowadays you can watch pointblank shootings of unarmed Black people by "law enforcement" on Facebook and YouTube.  
      Here is what cannot be denied: In 1776 the founders had the moral authority and political opportunity to materialize true democracy.  All they had to do was self-apply the ideals they self-professed.  Nobody forced them or succeeding government administrations to enslave or segregate or subhumanize anyone. 
But in the swashbuckling spirit of John Winthrop, they were driven by the same aggression, exceptionalism, and profit motives that impelled 17th-century Europeans to cannonball themselves out of Europe seeking cash crops and resources on indigenous lands of others.  So in dual and calculated fashions the founders not only constitutionalized "Black life" as chattel, they also constitutionalized "gun rights" in part to make slavery possible.  Without guns, the scale of slavery would have been impossible. 
As such, there are unbroken threads that stitch together centuries of slavery and guns with violence and racism, when Black Lives [did not] Matter . . . When Europeans flooded Africa with hundreds of thousands of guns annually to capture and colonize Africans; when White men were required to tote guns to church on Sundays in South Carolina by law; when the Fugitive Slave Act of the constitution allowed Africans to be hunted down by gunfire by law; when the 13th Amendment allowed Blacks to be convict-leased and festively killed by law.
Chattel slavery no longer exists but "unprincipledness" still corrodes the core of race relations, even though integration somewhat window-dresses how power gets visibly dispensed (similar to South Africa).  Nevertheless, once 18th-century "unprincipledness" became constitutional and psychological, the proverbial train of Jeffersonian Democracy commenced running full speed nonstop to racist destinations of 21st-century disparities, disproportions, distrust, apathy and violence that now plagues society.
So in redefining modern racism, I further assert that the murder of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and the 5 Dallas policemen along with the robot-obliteration of Micah Johnson is not racism per se.  Nor is the murder of the 3 Baton Rouge policemen and Gavin Long racism per se.  They rather are emblematic of racism.  They are derivative outgrowths of racism.  They are scabby byproducts of racism.  They are natural outcomes of "manmade unprincipledness" that was metaphorically baked into the cake of Jeffersonian Democracy. 
Modern racism is then compounded by Black and White politicians (President Obama included) who use paddycake language to dodge hard truths that should otherwise be central to national discourse on race and democracy.  
Trying to address 21st-century racism without addressing its combustive 18th-century genesis is as insincere as a mugger who sends "Get Well Soon" cards to those he hospitalized.  Until modern racism -- in all its multiforms of "unprincipledness" -- is systemically understood and structurally confronted within the context of its political origin, societal practices, and psychological reaches, the quest to alleviate its ugly outgrowths and aftereffects will be as futile as the proverbial dog chasing its tail . . . determinately yet unendingly.   READ AT:
This article was culled in part from The Sovereign Psyche: Systems of Chattel Freedom vs. Self-Authentic... by Ezrah Aharone who is an adjunct associate professor of political science at Delaware State University.  He is also a political and business consultant on African affairs, as well as the author of Sovereign Evolution and Pawned Sovereignty. He can be reached at


Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Unborn Black Lives Matter

By  |  Since all Black Lives Matter, it follows that Unborn Black Lives Matter (UBLM) as well. African Americans make up about 12.6% of the U.S. population (U. S. Census), but Black mothers account for about 35.4% of all abortions (The U. S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)). African American mothers have over 5 times more abortions as white mothers (The Alan Guttmacher Institute). On the average day in America, 1,876 Black babies are killed by abortion.
A Social Worker and Civil Rights Leader once made a gruesome observation. A few years ago, 17,000 aborted babies were found in a dumpster in Los Angeles outside a pathology laboratory. Some 12,000 to 15,000 of them were Black babies (Erma Clardy Craven).
This has resulted in an astounding loss of life, and these are our own children that we're talking about. Some 16 million innocent Black children have been willingly and eagerly killed through legalized abortion since 1973.
Considering that the Black population of the U. S. today is about 36 million, the deaths of these 16 million innocent children constitute an enormous loss (Michael Novak). Without abortion, our Black population would be about 52 million, over 30% higher than it is with the killing of our own children. Abortion has killed three of every ten African Americans. In other words, African Americans should make up about 18.2% of our population instead of only 12.6%.
We may call this genocide--the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group. Or, we may call it infanticide--the act of killing an infant. We may also call it murder, whether or not the courts choose to extend the right to life only to "citizens."
Since 1973, for every African American that has died due to (other) "violent crimes," 42 totally innocent African American kids have died from abortion (CDC National Vital Statistics Reports). About six times as many African American children have died from abortion as the total number (all ages) of African Americans who have died from heart disease during this same period.
Consider the 1,876 daily abortions of Black babies in the U. S. At that rate:
- We kill more Black babies every day than all U. S. deaths in the 15-year Afghanistan War (1,742).
- In only two days, we kill more Black babies than the number of people who died on 9/11 (2,606).
- In only three days, we kill more of our own Black children than all U. S. deaths in the Iraq War (4,488).
- Every month, we kill more Black babies than all U. S. deaths in the Vietnam War (58,209).
- It takes only eight months for us to kill as many Black babies as all U. S. deaths in World War II (405,399). In other words, we cause more death to our own African American community every eight months as what Germany and Japan brought upon our whole country in four years of the worst world war in history.
- In a little over one year, we kill more Black babies than all U. S. deaths (both sides) in the Civil War (750,000). Again, we do to ourselves (our African American community alone) every year what it took four years of civil war to do to our entire country.
- Every two years, we kill more Black babies than all U. S. deaths in all wars (1,354,664). So, in the past 40 years, abortion has killed twenty times more Black children than all U. S. deaths in all wars. This is an astonishing number.
"[Martin Luther King, Jr.] once said, 'The Negro cannot win as long as he is willing to sacrifice the lives of his children for comfort and safety.' How can the 'Dream' survive if we murder the children? Every aborted baby is like a slave in the womb of his or her mother. The mother decides his or her fate." (Alveda C. King).
The African American community, and everyone else, should be revolted by this latest civil rights issue. Unborn Black Lives Matter because we have murdered 30% of our African American population through legal abortion--far more than all other types of death combined. Of all of those aborted Black children, how many would have grown up to be civil rights leaders, pastors, entrepreneurs, Congressmen, Senators, or U. S. Presidents?
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Psychological Warfare is being waged Against Venezuela

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Approximately one month ago, I made an intense ten day visit to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela as a guest of the Venezuelan Chapter of the International Network of Intellectuals and Artists in Defense of Humanity, and I can tell you that the Venezuela that I saw with my very own eyes is not the chaotic “hell-hole” of a country that the Western dominated mass media is projecting to the world!

Venezuela – as we all know – is currently undergoing a difficult period. The Venezuelan economy is centred on the petroleum industry, and with international oil prices having plummeted from some US $140.00 a barrel to in the vicinity of US $28.00 a barrel, the Venezuelan Government is facing a serious shortage of financial resources.

(And let it be recorded that knowledgeable observers of international politics are  aware that this drastic decline in oil prices is the outcome of a deliberate and sustained attack on the economies of socialist Venezuela and Russia by the United States of America and its Saudi Arabia ally!)

Furthermore, the effect of the decline in oil prices has been compounded by a currently ongoing effort on the part of the traditional Venezuelan elite or bourgeoisie to undermine the socialist Government of Nicolas Maduro by using their business networks to manufacture shortages of basic food, household and personal items in Venezuela, in order to make the ordinary people suffer and to blame the Government for their suffering!

Thus, during my ten day stay in Caracas I did see some evidence of Venezuelans having to wait in long lines to purchase some food and other household items. I also saw evidence of a scarcity of electricity supplies, and several Venezuelans expressed to me their concerns about the level of inflation in the country.

But I certainly saw no signs of desperate and hungry people who had resorted to eating dogs, cats, and rats, as claimed by the Western dominated news media! I also saw no signs of a shattered health care system and a 700 per cent increase in infant mortality, as is being suggested in several propaganda stories that are being published about Venezuela!

And-- contrary to the idiotic idea that is currently being peddled by the international news media-- at no time during my visit was I ever left with the impression that life was so hard and hopeless in Venezuela that our Caribbean islands were in imminent danger of having thousands of desperate Venezuelan migrants turn up on our shores in ramshackle boats!

Quite frankly, the people of the world are being fed a gross (and grotesque) exaggeration of the situation in Venezuela, compliments of a Western dominated establishment mass media apparatus that is intent on bringing down the socialist Government of Venezuela, and returning that country to the fold of US neo-colonial client states.

The simple fact is that the establishment forces in the United States of America and in the private sector of Venezuela have never reconciled themselves to the fact that the late great President Hugo Chavez effectively nationalized the tremendous oil resources of Venezuela (the largest in the world), and took them out of the hands of their traditional US multi-national and Venezuelan private sector elite exploiters!

Not only haven’t they reconciled themselves to this fact, but they have remained ever determined to destroy what they perceive to be the threatening socialist and nationalist  Movement that Chavez and his Bolivarian Revolution catalyzed all over the Latin American continent.

And with the untimely and tragic death of Chavez in 2013, the US establishment and their elitist private sector Latin American allies sense that now is the time to press home their attack. Hence, the orchestrated and determined onslaughts against virtually all of the socialist or nationalist leaders of Latin America – Christina Kirchner (Argentina), Dilma Rousseff and Lula Da Silva (Brazil), Evo Morales (Bolivia), Rafael Correa (Ecuador), and of course Nicolas Maduro (Venezuela).

Those of us who follow international affairs know very well how this works! Once the US or British establishment has determined that a country and/or its leader is their enemy, they subject them to a comprehensive and relentless mass media-based Psychological Warfare campaign!

They put their powerful news agencies (United Press, Reuters, Associated Press) and their multi-national news corporations (CNN, BBC, FOX, NBC etc) to work on manufacturing a particularly damaging image of the country or leader and foisting such image on the people of the world.

Permit me to give two particularly outrageous examples of this phenomenon in order to drive home the point I am trying to make.

When the USA and Britain were getting ready to invade Iraq, they told the people of the world – among other things – that President Saddam Hussein was in the habit of going into hospitals at night and deliberately killing little babies lying in incubators! And many people in Barbados and other countries of the world actually believed this ridiculous propaganda – because they heard it on CNN!

Similarly, when they were preparing to destroy Libya, they “confirmed” that President Muammar  Gaddafi was giving his soldiers “Viagra” and instructing them to go out and rape Libyan women! And yet again, many people around the world actually believed this vile and ridiculous propaganda – because they heard it on the BBC!

The reality is that if the powerful Western powers intend to try to  destroy you, their news agencies will publish a steady stream of negative news stories about you. Indeed, if anything negative happens in the targeted country or to the targeted leader it will be highly publicized; if anything positive happens, it will be suppressed; and if there is a neutral  happening that can be twisted and subjected to a negative interpretation, it will be given precisely such treatment!

And so we know that with Venezuela and Nicolas Maduro being in the cross-hairs of the US State Department, we cannot trust any “news” that the Western news agencies and multinational media corporations publish about these subjects! Furthermore, we can be certain that they will not publish any news about constructive measures that President Maduro and his PSUV Government are taking to rectify the economic situation in Venezuela.

I am therefore hereby calling upon the seasoned and veteran journalists of Barbados and the wider Caribbean who know how this wicked system works, to bestir themselves and seek out alternative sources of objective information about the unfolding situation in Venezuela. I am beseeching them not to simply publish news stories that are fed to them by the Western news agencies.

Let us not – through intellectual laziness and naivety – play into the hands of those forces that intend to do everything in their power to keep Latin America and the Caribbean in a subservient and exploited condition!

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

African Americans: Decide Your Destiny, Master Your Mind, Part 1

"If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." Maya Angelou.
Our ability to exercise self-discipline is key to taking control of our destinies. It is the ability to delay self-gratification while working toward the rewards of your long-term goals. It is also the skill of getting yourself out of unproductive emotional states and into more productive and more resourceful states using proven strategies.
Many times, we do not realize how much control we have over how we feel at any given moment. How we feel is determined by the meaning we give to events regardless of whether they are real or only perceived events. For example, we all know that the boogey man does not exist but the fear we may have experienced as children is just as legitimate as if he was real. Perceived and real threats can both cause physical manifestations such as goose bumps, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure and cause your hair to stand on the back of your neck. Managing our emotional states is one of the most powerful skills we can acquire. Many people make decisions about business, money and relationships while in unresourceful states which can lead to disastrous consequences. Emotional mastery is achieved once you are able to recognize the emotional states you are experiencing at any moment and alter them so that your emotions are serving you instead of controlling you. Think of the parent that takes a few deep breaths and counts to ten before acting upon seeing the destruction their little one left in the living room. The parent instinctively knows that it is better to take control of her emotional state first so that she can deliver just enough punishment for it to be effective without being overly harsh. An overreaction to this situation could confuse the child and create unintended lasting impressions on the child.
The reason this is a very critical skill for African Americans such that I mention it as the first skill in my book, "The 7 Simple Secrets to Wealth Building", is that a large number of us are vulnerable in this area. The higher percentages of African Americans living in poverty, who are fatherless and live in communities where crime and violence are pervasive as well as the negative and stereotypical images of African Americans in movies, television and music videos are all damaging to our sense of self esteem and are an assault upon our spiritual and emotional fortitude.
Reversing these statistics can dramatically give us the edge we desperately need to give our future generations. Strong families, strong faith, a sense of security at home and school and positive images of black families can uplift and shield our self esteem from the negative influences in the world. There is no better gift we can give our children then to provide them with these blessings.
Many of the great successes in African American history suffered loss and defeat before ultimately achieving victory. A fragile self-esteem will find it very difficult to muster the perseverance and resolve needed to recover from defeat and succeed against the odds. Here are some strategies you can employ to successfully get yourself out of unproductive states and into more resourceful and productive states.
  • Generate Passion Using Visualization
  • Gain Ultimate Leverage-Know Your Values and Beliefs
  • Prayer and forgiveness:
Each of these points will be discussed in more detail in subsequent articles. The key here is to recognize that the unique experience of African Americans calls for a different view on the solutions presented. Simply doing what "Whites" do is not an adequate solution to "Black" problems. We must create our own solutions that satisfy our needs. Each of these strategies attempts to do just that.
About The Author
Posted on January 08, 2005 - this article is an excerpt from the downloadable ebook by Bret Searles titled "The 7 Simple Secrets to Wealth Building: An African American's Guide to Wealth Building in the 21st Century and Beyond" available at

Sunday, May 1, 2016

What Is Sin? Its Origin and Blindness

By   Religions claim that certain activities are due to sin and that their priests can literally wipe the slate clean so one can still go to heaven. It's a trick! There is no such thing as sin and the devil is actually God (Isaiah 45:4-8). How do I know this and why speak about it? Isn't it enough that the world is organised and some have a degree of happiness with the status quo? Why upset things and open a can of worms that may have no limit?
Following my reincarnation and linked to the Spirit of the Universe, the real God, it commissioned me to tear down the wall of blindness and bring in the harvest. We are at the end of the day and things occurring now are proof of it. The huge spike in population and the unsustainable growth of humanity is testimony that all that have lived are back ready for the judgment (Isaiah 26:19).
Reincarnation was buried by the wall put up by the first beast. That is the sun-star of Babylon that was shown to me in a vision whereby the early dawn's rays were dispersed through an aperture into the brilliant rainbow-coloured rings of moving light. Central to it is the right-angled cross. The circle and cross are sacred signs.
Stylised into a woman named 'Mary' men considered they could 'marry' the god and rise into with the light. It first recognised religion was named 'Zoro Aster' or 'Morning Star'. The city was occupied by the Amors who built an empire while spreading their doctrine throughout the Mesopotamia region as Islam.
The blindness of those who died on crosses for this purpose could not be erased while notions born of it grew. The first evidence of crucifixion is found here and the elders of the city performed rituals the like of which are practiced today. The chief God of Islam is the sun, and its five-pointed star sits on its flag and over the systems of the world.
'Sin' is derived from 'sun' which is also the same as 'san' and 'son'. Vowels were not used in language as such and their sounds 'float' throughout. 'I-s-el-am' means 'eye of light-god mother' or written as 'I-s-ma-el' is translates as 'eye of light-mother god' and all religions are based on it.
The Amors built Roma (reverse Amor) and continued to plunder, overrun nations, enslave, murder, and steal throughout Europe and Africa. One of them was Constantine who established the Catholic Church in 325 AD based on Islamic principles. He is identified as 666 in Revelation 13:12-18. He put up the image of Jesus Christ and reinstated Mary as Mother of God.
Sin is a trick to get people into the religion and keep them there and it is derived from 'sun'. While priests claim to forgive them hell is the lock on the door. This strengthened the wall that grew too big to circumvent.
Reincarnation is fact and everyone is back for the judgment at the end. They are turning to the Mountain of God, which is the Internet to find the answers promised to be given at this time (Micah 4:1).

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Saturday, April 2, 2016

George Fraser speaks at the State of the Black Union (2005) Economic Empowerment for the Diasporic African in America.

Networking is as natural as breathing, we do it all the time. The problem is, we have not systematically worked out a schematic for making it pay us every day. If we did, we as a people, would be on the road to financial independence.

We can and should seek out opportunity within our own community before crossing over to accept what someone else passes off to us as opportunity. The best way for us to be certain is to establish meaningful relationships from the networking connections we make with one another.

Our challenge now is to take "re-affirmative action", not only for ourselves and the short term personal gain a business opportunity may offer, but for our families and our community. God has blessed us with natural gifts. One of them is the ability to network. We are a visual and oral people and have lived by that tradition all our lives.

Think about this for a minute. It was only a few short years ago that email, instant messaging, text messaging, ecommerce and video sharing ... just to name a few services, didn't exist. Companies providing these services like MySpace, YouTube and Ebay went from zero to billions in just a couple of years. Many make more money than large corporations who have been around for decades.

People now have the potential to use social networking sites to connect, communicate and co-operate.

New software or web-based applications are quickly being introduced with new ways to do things and old applications are just as quickly, being set aside or seen as obsolete.
Here's something to consider, did you know that in spite of the economic and "Black in America" forecast being portrayed in the media, there is plenty of money in circulation and wealth is being accumulated every day? Yes it's true!

The problem for many Black people is, that not enough of that money and wealth remains within our grasps. We're on the internet, but many of us are not using it correctly. We haven't been given the real purpose for the "tool" and no one is really showing us how to use it.

Blacks are left behind economically because "they have nothing to sell." That is, we offer nothing of our own that we control the development of, manufacturing and distribution for, on any significant scale. This simple thing, is one of the reasons the "lion's share" of resources, ie, capital, manufacturing and distribution capabilities, remain in the hands of a few outside our community.

What we need is a way to increase and keep a larger portion of our share. If we would work together collectively and grow to any size or significance, we could do something about some of this and start to effectively change things

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Thursday, February 25, 2016

New Survey Results Reveal The Most Employable College Majors

As Posted By KWASI Akyeampong on TheBlackList, February 24, 2016

Express Employment Professionals released new survey results today revealing the most employable college majors. Engineering was the most popular response at 17 percent, followed by accounting (15 percent), business (14 percent) and computer and information services (nine percent).
Express Employment Professionals released new survey results today revealing the most employable college majors.
The findings come from a survey of 134 Express franchisees across the nation. Respondents were asked, “Which college major makes someone the most employable?”
Engineering was the most popular response at 17 percent, followed by accounting (15 percent), business (14 percent) and computer and information services (nine percent). No respondent chose education or finance. In a similar 2014 Express survey, business topped the list, followed by engineering.
Not all respondents felt strongly about a single college major, though. The most popular response, at 22 percent, was “doesn’t matter,” indicating that they may place greater value on “soft skills” like work ethic, attitude, and accountability than on degrees or certifications alone.
“We’ve often said there’s a mismatch between the skills people have and the the skills that employers are looking for, and this survey indicates which college degrees confer the skills that are most in demand,” said Bob Funk, CEO of Express, and a former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
“While we always need a workforce with diverse educational backgrounds, college students would be wise to consider which degrees will offer them the greatest chance of employment after graduation. Guidance counselors, parents, and educators would also be well advised to pay attention to the demands of the modern job market.”
The survey of 134 Express Employment Professionals franchisees was conducted in July 2015.
If you would like to arrange for an interview with Bob Funk to discuss this topic, please contact Sherry Kast at (405) 717-5966.
About Robert A. Funk
Robert A. “Bob” Funk is chairman and chief executive officer of Express Employment Professionals. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, the international staffing company has more than 750 franchises in the U.S., Canada and South Africa. Under his leadership, Express has put more than five million people to work worldwide. Funk served as the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and was also the Chairman of the Conference of Chairmen of the Federal Reserve.
About Express Employment Professionals
Express Employment Professionals puts people to work. It generated $3.02 billion in sales and employed a record 500,002 people in 2015. Its long-term goal is to put a million people to work annually.
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Monday, February 8, 2016

The Pimping Of The Ancestors

Towards The End Of History:
This Black History Month, Stop Pimping The Ancestors -
do the 
job we were handed the baton for.Let the dead R.I.P.! 

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

King Holiday Lamentations - MLK's "I Have A Dream" and Michael Jackson's "Man In The Mirror".

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, it seems, is about being politically correct and the worship of Dr. King - a prophet.

On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, it seems that Spike Lee, Jada Pinkett Smith and some others forgot about theCONTENT OF CHARACTER NOT THE COLOR OF SKIN when they blast the Oscars for not nominating African Americans for the Actors.

Why must an African Americans be nominated by the Oscars? Why? Why? Because they are African Americans?

On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day the "I have a dream" speech in played over and over. It is "I have a dream" not we have a dream. That was his dream. What's your dream? What's my dream?

It seems to me that the opportunity of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is to do as Micheal Jackson implored us.Take a look in the mirror - MAN IN THE MIRROR.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. started with the Man In The Mirror - "I have a dream."

Man in the Mirror

"I'm starting with the man in the mirror
I'm asking him to change his ways
And no message could have been any clearer
If you want to make the world a better place
Take a look at yourself and then make that
Change!" ~Michael Jackson

I have resolved for myself, now - I'm not out to change one thing about the world nor even make a difference in the world.

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I am the One I am waiting for.

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A journey begins with the FIRST step. I Am the FIRST person - can't have We without Me. We never do anything without Me. If I am not doing it, we aren't. I am the one to get the ball rolling. ME + YOU = WE. I am the One I am waiting for. …Continue
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I know there is a god. I created him.

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Ancestors, phooey! Steve Jobs didn't have an ancestor a computer ancestors are mankind...

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Ancestors, phooey! Steve Jobs didn't have an ancestor a computer ancestors are mankind..."whatsoever man has done man can do", said Marcus Garvey. #sophicContinue