African American Manifesto: My Black Agenda for Mellenium 2000

African American Manifesto: My Black Agenda for Millennium 2000

African Slaves[I am touched that you wrote me. I have been planning to start a Black business bureau for some time now. I have not written out the plan, but this seems as good a time as any. This letter will not only go to you, but I am now, because you inspired me, will be sending this out to every Black church, Black politician, Black organization in the entire country. I can dedicate a few thousand to this letter and campaign. I am also an online marketing genius and will be doing a major press release of this letter as well. Thank you for inspiring me. Here’s my response to you.]

When African slaves were sold or stolen from Africa, they were first sent to an island just off the coast of west Africa. On this island, they were mind-wiped and the men were brainwashed against the women. For, 95% of Africans were sent to central and south America. In central and south America Africans could hope to live the ripe old age of 23. However, they actually were treated quite a bit better, since they learned skills. However, because their death rate was so high, they never grew in population.

Well, what about that 5% that was sent to America? Because the US had a constitution that said “all men are created equal”, Americans went overboard to make sure Africans were never seen as humans. They went through TWO different mind-wiping sessions. One off the coast of Louisiana, and a 3rd at the auction blocks. However,they were treated with kid gloves, compared to south America. However, they were kept as dumb as rocks. They learned absolutely nothing and it was forbidden to teach them anything, by law. Americans were deathly afraid they would revolt, which actually happened several time, but was kept to just that city. One town was completely slaughtered by Africans. There is even a famous painting about it, however this is not taught in public education.

When slavery was abolished in the US, Africans had been able to live to a much higher age than in south America and grew to be 30% of the population. However, these Africans had been mind-wiped 3 separate times, stripped of religion, origin, family, and culture. Upon their release they knew nothing, literally nothing.

Africans had to teach themselves how to read and write, make a family, farm for themselves, etc. Two things they could not teach themselves: their religion; their cultural origins. Even with these horrible odds, Africans became 80% literate in 50 years, something unheard of in human history.

While there were Africans that flourished in the new free era, most barely got by. A lot were slaughtered by racist white people who saw African freedmen as an economic threat to their livelihood. Many new laws were passed to keep tools out of the Africans hands; minimum wage laws were passed to keep people from hiring Africans; and anything produced by Africans was not allowed to come to market. Many African farmers went under from not being able to sell their produce.

The answer is not a question of just pouring money into the modern African American community. It requires a COMPLETE overhaul.

  • – branding: African Americans need to be branded as a viable and independent political group with our own identity, culture, religion and origin from Africa
  • – BRANDING: we need to produce new art, media, entertainment that if Pan-African, African centered and African inspired, with Africans as the only people in such media [THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN ALL OTHER POINTS]
  • – we need to denounce any and all other groups that try to co-op our history, culture and art, who systematically claim it as their own and as their origination [like the Egyptian story; jewish story; our music; our culture]
  • – as a political group we need to acquire and send lobbyist to every state legislature and the federal congress, to lobby for African political and economic gains [NOT CIVIL RIGHTS]; we need things like the war on drugs stopped, which was intended and used as a racial profiling thing to send Africans into the prison system, to the tune of 75% of all Africans in prison today are there based on drug charges, to the tune of a $75 BILLION a year price tag; we need to remove all racist legislation; we need to understand, read and hold politicians responsible to the constitution, which is our best and only way to eradicate racist legislation; we need to remove Africans off of all social welfare legislation, this has destroyed the African family
  • black married couple and kids– as an independent political group we need to divorce ourselves from the Democrat party; if we are serious about our independence we need to have the capability to vote as a group; voting for the Democrat party has made the Democrats take our votes and voice for granted
  • – we need to control African finance and African money; we need to open and gather in every city African run, operated and owned credit unions; we need to aggressively educate and finance African business; we need to arrest and stop any 3rd parties that are financing and control African business
  • – we need to control all African disposable income and spending; we need to arrest and stop any 3rd parties that are selling commodities in our communites and to Africans in America
  • – we need to control all African necessary expenditures, this includes food, energy and real property; we need to arrest and stop any 3rd party that controls necessities Africans have to pay for
  • – we need to go into our communities, move back in, fix them up, and open up all forms of business that Africans need and use on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis; we need to target and pick locations that have high concentrations of Africans already in them and do our best to move out 3rd parties; we need to open up convenience stores, credit unions, grocers, transportation and everything else needed, in each community so that Africans do not need to go outside of the community to spend money.
  • – we need to start regional stock markets that trade in African produce, commodities, and equities in African firms; this will get African farmers to produce and transport their produce to African stores as one big giant economic circle
  • – we need to connect these regional stock markets with stock markets in the motherland, which are now booming and coming online; 2 new major stock markets have come online recently in Africa and they need more business
  • – we need to understand that marriage is the most stabilizing social factor in our modern time, and we need to encourage our community to get married at every opportunity; marriage also is very strategic and economically good for both people; we need to launch a national campaign to encourage Africans to marry each other; we need to put African marriage in front of our people, through pictures, art, music, entertainment and as a sound business strategy [since it is more economic to be married]
  • – we need to purchase and take private, all historically Black Colleges; we need to control all African education; we need to arrest and stop 3rd parties from mis-educating our African youth, young adults and young professionals; this is exactly what all other groups do; we need to open and start vocational and skill based education for high school and young African adults; we need to access and encourage our youth to understand what they are good at, what they desire and to realize that college is not the answer for nearly 60% of the population; we need to educate our youth that colleges are a business and that they are putting out propaganda that you “should” go to college, in order to rake in money, at the young African’s expense, which they’ll be paying for, for decades; we need to encourage our young African to develop skills, such as automotive, electrical, plumbing etc, for blue collar paychecks, instead of minimum wage

If we are to survive this next century, we need to take some serious stock of what we are doing. We need to realize that, unless we get organized and think of ourselves as a group, we will be treated as chattel, misused, miseducated, and state dependent victims to a socialist state, with our wealth stolen year after year.

As it stands now, Africans in America cannot do anything to protect, save or help our countries in the motherland. Our people are being raped, murdered and wealth stolen by nearly every western power on the planet, and now Asia is getting in on the taking. We need to clean our house and get it in order.

"Don’t Call Me African-American" says he

“Don’t Call Me African-American” says he

In response to my article and video “I’m not African-Amercan” says he, many people defended themselves saying that they hadn’t been to Africa and denied being from there.

All original people, Nubians (Blacks), came from Africa.

“But I never been to Africa.”

Now apparently they didn’t read the last paragraph. Italian-Americans call themselves Italian, even 3rd and 4th generation. Sweedish-American call themselves Sweedish, again even 4th generation. It is only in the Nubian community that we find a major sector of the group that does everything they can, to distance themselves from both their heritage and their continent of origin.

This country has a history of treating Nubians as second class citizens, and sub-humans. It would behoove us then, to be excellent, better than whites, in all things, and to eggregiously remind them that we are Nubians, and that the motherland and origin of man, is in Africa.

“Most Black folk don’t even know where they came from in Africa.”

Of course 80% of the African-American population that do not know their actual country of origin is in Africa.

  • We were destroyed for 60 years. 
  • Our families were destroyed. 
  • Our names were destroyed. 
  • Our heritage was destroyed. 
  • Our religion was destroyed. 
  • Our culture was destroyed.

It is no mystery 200 years later they cannot trace their root beyond 5 generations. Yes, even Nubians can trace their predecessors 5 generations up.

A lot of people think that Articles like this, speeches like this and debates like this are unnecessary. The problem is, the conversation has never taken place, even between Nubians. The general population reads things like this and bury their heads in the sand, hoping it will go away.

Nubians were rounded up, slaughtered, psychology destroyed, sold into chattel slavery, treated like chattel by society and by the law of the land, “set free”, and are still treated like chattel to this day.

The national opinion of Nubians is that we are still sub-human chattel, unfit for anything other than physical, low-paying labor. It doesn’t matter that one half-Nubian became president. It doesn’t matter than one Nubian is an astrophysicist. It doesn’t matter that one Nubian is a brain surgeon. The national opinion is that Nubians are unfit and not to be trusted.

Until Nubians realize this, comes to terms with this, comes to grip with this and realize that we cannot change opinion, and that we do not need to change opinion about us, then and only then can we proceed to the next logical step.

The jews put out holocaust pictures, movies, television shows, documentaries every month. No one says they are harping on the past. But, if a Nubian says that Nubians are being mistreated in this country presently, they are told, “stop living in the past, stop bring old things up.”

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The Real Meaning of Black History Month

The Real Meaning of Black History Month

We now have idiot stars like Morgan freeman coming out against Black history month. We have traitorous Black youtubers posting stupid videos with millions of views coming out against Black history month. The bottom line is they are shills for the white power elite. Someone has told them something in a soothing logical sounding voice and they have completely ignored the true meaning and purpose of Black history month.

The Idiot Morgan Freeman

The true aim of Black history whould be African history.

No other group comes to these shores without a complete and intact sense of their own people’s history, culture and values.

All of our history was stripped from us and is constantly denied and rewritten into a white superiorty view.

A people’s history is the foundation upon which they build their future. The white powers that formed the country were well aware of this. African Americans are so distanced from their beginnings that they now deny even coming from African ancestrally, however foolish that sounds.

Ultimately, learning about one’s history is not about some childlike feel-good view of a bunch of Black inventors, it’s about capturing a complete foundation of a people and building a financial future. The reality is Black people burst the bottom of every possible financially list in existence or even thourhgt up.

Who cares about slavery if that knowledge does nothing to further us? How many years has Black history month been implemented? Yet, the economic divide between white and Black income is getting worse, not better.

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"I’m Not African-American," says he

“I’m Not African-American,” says he

You have to realize a lot of “Black” people hate being Black. And even worse, being reminded they came from Africa. I’m not going to put labels like “self-hate” on them, but … there you go.

Now, as for me personally, I am OK with being called:

African-Americans
  • negro [which simply means Black]
  • African-American [which is descriptive, and since I’m an artist, I think in color anyway, unlike most people who actually think in black and white]
  • Black [which is short, quick and to the point ]

I for one, am not hating being Black. I lived in Africa. It’s the richest continent on the planet, … uh … natural-resource-wise, but the IMF / World Bank has raped every single country there and colonialism has NOT stopped … but I digress.

Back to the self-haters … so Black folk are now making videos against being called African-American. It is a slap in the face of everyone of those people in the 60s that were shot, mamed, jailed, beaten up, dogs sicked on, abused, just so white people would recognise us as 1. humans and 2. Americans just like everyone else. I’m not some idiot that doesn’t study history, and the 60s is frankly not that far back, i mean … seriously.

For Black people to sit up here in turn of the mellenium and act all high minded, is pathetic. People died so we could be called African-American and not colored or worse. It’s pure ignorance and hubris to put their memory to shame.

One Black guy made a video claiming he had never been to Africa … :/  Nor have half the Italians alive in this country, but will say point blank they are italian … or scottish … or irish … or french … or german …. or japanese … or korean.  Only Black people have a problem with where they’re from.

At the end of the day WE’RE ALL IMMIGRANTS.

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The "N" Word

The “N” Word

Oprah had a series of shows where she was trying to get Black “artists” [ yes the word is used rather weakly ] to stop using the “N” word.  Mind you, the only Black “artists” that would even use the “N” word, would be those who aren’t artists at all, if you get my meaning, yes rappers.  So she called on several artists to stop using the word and made them promise on national TV to stop doing so.  Well for a few weeks, her rating were up for that.  Then she moved on.

There was no stopping using the word.  The stupid “artists” are not the ones who are even promoting using the word.   Most, nearly 99%, rap songs are written by white or jewish “lyricists” who work for big huge music industry corporations.  They have entire departments dedicated to making sure the “N” word stays in fashion.  They have already figured out that the market loves using the “N” word.

It might shock you to know that 75% of all rap music is bought by suburban, white, male, teens.  That right, little white kids are the largest audience for Black rap.  So the target market is a group that is outside of the actual genre, looking in.  Black rappers are not speaking to a Black audience.  They are speaking to a white audience.

That being said, the prolific use of the “N” word in rap and music and on TV in general, is for a white audience.  Everyone, the average unintelligent American, thinks Black rappers are saying the “N” word amongst themselves.  I happen to be Black.  I don’t use the “N” word and have plenty of Black friends who never use the “N” word.  The only time the “N” word is used, is to insult someone.

Yes, the “N” word, is, was, and will always be, an insult to BLACK people.  Anyone saying it’s for anything other than a Black person, is an idiot, and unfit to live.  [ but that’s just my opinion ] [ I’m almost kidding ] [ no I’m not ] [ ok maybe I am, but you’ll never know ]

How Does the “N” Word Survive

Of course, everyone knows that the “N” word dates back to slavery.  It was used to describe and denigrate a race of people and keep them subjugated.  It was normally coupled with: filthy; no-good; heathen; disgusting etc.  So, no it was never a descriptive word talking about someone’s work ethic or their lack of motivation.  [ I have had people try and describe the word to mean those things *sigh* ]

Now, slavery only lasted a few decades, actual slavery.  It was over in one generation.  The aftermath of course, is another story.  And, that’s where the word really comes into play.  To keep the Black population subjugated, the “N” word was prolifically used.  The white population in America wanted to make sure that the Black population never gained any wealth, nor power and “stay in their place”. 

The only way that the “N” word survives today, is through media.  Media promotes the word at every opportunity it gets.  If the word is coming out of a Black face, noone can say that it is a white man subjugating a Black man.  His own people are using it, right?  The truth is, that for the word to survive, ONE GENERATION HAS TO TEACH IT TO THE NEXT GENERATION.

Now, only an idiot would keep alive something that is such a scar on your life and the lives of your ancestors.  Only a brazen imbecile would promote that which harkens to the days when you were not considered human, nor worth the full worth of a white man.  Am I right?  Why would you keep the word alive?

The word needs to die.  For the most part, I never hear racial slurs about other races.  Or, shall I say, I never hear racial slurs to anywhere near the frequency that I hear the “N” word.

Stop being idiots and lets put that word to the grave, buried with the slaves that were whipped with it during their lifetime.  It needs to die along with our ancestors.

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Obama Not Doing Enough nor Anything for Blacks

Is Obama Snubbing Black Americans on Purpose?

Ask any political group [with a brain] and they all agree, “Obama is following lock and step with the policies set forth by George Bush.” With a disproportionate representation in unemployment and severely disproportionate representation in incarceration, Blacks America is hemorrhaging from what everyone else sees as a slight slump in the economy. Reports across the nation show Black Americans showing 50% unemployment in some sectors, “last hired, first fired.”

  • Blacks disproportionately go to prison [keyword disproportionately]
  • Blacks don’t get job when they are qualified for them [keyword qualified]
  • Blacks pay more for insurance
  • Blacks are still being redlined [keyword still] (Redlining is the practice of denying, or increasing the cost of, services such as banking, insurance, access to jobs,access to health care, or even supermarkets to residents in certain, often racially determined, areas. The term “redlining” was coined in the late 1960s by community activists in Chicago. It describes the practice of marking a red line on a map to delineate the area where banks would not invest; later the term was applied to discrimination against a particular group of people (usually by race or sex) no matter the geography. During the heyday of redlining, the areas most frequently discriminated against were black inner city neighborhoods. Through at least the 1990s this practice meant that banks would often lend to lower income whites but not to middle or upper income blacks.)
  • Blacks do not get access to mortgages, even when they have credit scores that are at or above the appropriate level. [keyword appropriate level]

Now we come to the Congressional Black Caucus.

The Caucus describes its goals as “positively influencing the course of events pertinent to African-Americans and others of similar experience and situation,” and “achieving greater equity for persons of African descent in the design and content of domestic and international programs and services.”

The CBC encapsulates these goals in the following priorities: Closing the achievement and opportunity gaps in education, assuring quality health care for every American, focusing on employment and economic security, ensuring justice for all, retirement security for all Americans, increasing welfare funds and increasing equity in foreign policy.

On its face, I, as a Black man, think the CBC is a complete failure, a failure the heights of which are boundless. The country which had hundreds of Historically Black Colleges to give Black Americans an equal footing and offer even remedial courses to give the poor and the illiterate Blacks a fighting chance, has seen them close in record numbers. Yet the CBC continue the regular congressional practice of adding pork and fat in legislation for their own, state, pet projects. Who cares if the bridge to nowhere gets funding if the local Black college shuts down, throwing tens of thousands of your own constituents back into the dark ages. [but I’m not here to point fingers, so you didn’t read that]

In a show of solidarity and trying to appear as if they cared, the CBC came out to the press against the complete lack of attention to Black America as perpetrated by the Obama administration. For the record, I completely agree. For the list provided above, any president, with a heart, would bend over backwards to eradicate once and for all institutional racism which targets the second largest group of Americans in the nation. You can’t build a solid tomorrow when whole segments of the population are targeted both by the private and public sector as scapegoats and a means to money launder ill-gained goods.

This administration turns a blind eye to a very obvious and sinister practice: target and make money off of Blacks. This isn’t just a case of someone being racist. Racism at its core is nothing. You don’t like someone because of their skin, so what. Go cry on someone’s shoulder that cares. What I am talking about, and the data shows it, is that people have discovered they can target Blacks and due to government subsidies and programs, make billions of dollars off of it.

Incarcerating a Black person makes $30,000.00 yearly. An academic study in 2001 found the national and state average annual cost to be roughly the same, about $22,600. Adjusting for inflation, the current annual cost figure would amount to $28,200. The federal government’s Bureau of Justice Statistics says that 2,310,984 people are in state and federal correctional facilities. That implies an annual cost of $65 billion. For those of you keeping score at home, that’s more than global beverage giant Coca-Cola’s (NYSE: KO ( 57.24 ↓1.18 (2.02%)) entire annual revenue in 2008.

Do the math. If incarcerating Black people makes more money than Coke makes around the entire world, do you think just maybe those Blacks might not be as “criminal” as you think? Americans need to grow up. In business, these days, if you can get away with lying, cheating, and stealing AND make a profit doing it, you’ll do it. If you can pass mandatory sentencing for petty crimes and misdemeanors, you’ll do it. Everyone is aware that congress passes legislation according to campaign contributions. Why is it so bloody hard to understand that nearly every law is now passed that way.

Why are Blacks behind bars? It is statistically impossible that a population that is only 13% represented in the country, could represent 25% of the entire world population behind bars. There are FOUR times the amount of Black people in jail and prison in America than the rest of the world prison population combined. So why are Blacks in jail? Because it makes so much damn money. It makes an ungodly amount of money. It makes so much money you can’t even count it nor understand the number.

It’s a $1.6 billion outfit based in Nashville that owns or manages half the outsourced prison beds in the country. It keeps the 44 facilities it owns and the 20 it leases full: In 2008, 2007 and 2006, its average compensated occupancy was 95.5%, 98.2%, and 95.0%, respectively. That’s far better and with a greater economy of scale than the nation’s hotels, which were only 58.5% full as of April 2009.

Can the same be said for higher insurance premiums for Blacks? That’s a no-brainer.

Can the same be said for refusing to hire or readily firing Blacks? Ah, you have to remember that there’s legislation…. remember way back when hiring Blacks was an issue? and they came up with this whole “Affirmative Action”. It was supposed to make everyone equal. They had charts and graphs, figures and spreadsheets. Affirmative Action was supposed to cure Jim Crow southern America. But, what people didn’t know is Affirmative Action only applied to corporation with government contracts and who received government money. So to make money they complied with Affirmative Action. So you comply by putting into plan to hire minorities and women. Hire them. Then fire them immediately after you have your money. The same is said of schools. Schools comply with affirmative action, then raise tuition for all students, which is their ultimate goal anyway. The more government money they receive, by barely complying, the larger their coffers become. No more Blacks are educated today than they did 25 years ago, in fact the numbers have gone drastically down.

Did the Clinton or Bush administration speak to these issues? No! Has the Obama administration spoken to these issues? Let’s see what the Congressional Black Caucus has to say.


Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said that the administration hasn’t done enough to target the African-American community when drafting economic recovery plans. African Americans, she said, have suffered a “devastation” during the economic downturn unlike the pain felt in other communities.

“When you have disproportionate pain, when you have the kind of devastation that we’re having in our community….You have to target legislation and actions so that you can deal with that devastation,” Waters said on TV One’s “Washington Watch.” “You have two sick patients. One has pneumonia and one has a cold. You don’t give aspirin to the one with pneumonia.”


Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) agreed. “It’s absolutely ludicrous to us that most Americans took a haircut in the recession,” Cleaver said. “African Americans took a beheading. To say that we’re going to ignore the community in terms of doing damage, but to say that we’re not going to target them [in the recovery is] ludicrous.”

“There’s no rift between the Congressional Black Caucus and the president and the administration,” said Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.). “I believe the president gets it.”


It has been said that President Obama is following the Bush policies succinctly. If you lay the two administrations plans side by side, you can clearly see that there is little to no deviation. Some even say that the Obama administration is the Bush policies carried to the next level, greater spending and more money laundering by Wall Street under the guise of these bailouts. Clearly the administration, that progressive whites and Blacks alike had hoped would put to wrest the question of racism and the complete subjugation of whole sectors of Black Americans has gone not only unanswered, but ignored.

In fact one reporter that asked President Obama, in his 100 days speech, directly “what will you do about the 50% unemployment rate of Black men in New york,” was completely ignored.

The hand writing was on the wall way back then. We are now closing in on the one year anniversary of the Obama presidency, and nothing has been done, in fact it is now worsened with rising unemployment. The entire world expected president Obama to “clean up” America’s long standing apartheid practices. The U.N. constantly spoke out against Bush not doing anything about the apartheid situation in America, and now they see with the Obama administration those speeches are falling on deaf ears.

It is a case of the first female to get a position of power so she overcompensates by being harder than all of her male predecessors. President Obama is going out of his way to avoid Black Americans. One political pundit said he is trying to avoid being looked upon as a civil rights activist.

Frankly, in my opinion, ALL of our civil rights and civil liberties and constitutional rights are being treaded upon by the Federal Reserve Bank, Wall Street, congress and this administration and state and local governments. We need a president to stand up for us and uphold the constitution.

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

However the patriot act is still in place and is being enforced in such a manner that people cannot even tell you they are a victim of it. White people think they have it great right now, but all of these atrocities are going to be visited upon them, then who will speak out for them?

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Black People in Public: Exploring Us in Detail

Is There a Problem with Blacks in Public

This is a series I have wanted to do for a long time. From time to time I have worked in a public situation, coming face to face with customers. I have heard every gruesome tale from both coworkers, other customers and management. The general consensus is that Blacks in public is a negative situation. In this series I will go situation by situation to explore whether there is a right side or wrong side of the equation. I will give my opinion all the way through.

Right, so let me detail what the situations are and in the following series I will research, debate and explore each circumstance. These will be:

  • Eating out
  • Retail shopping
  • Working in a restaurant as a Black person
  • Working as a retail salesperson
  • Owning a Black owned customer oriented business
  • Working in a customer service position

Eating out – I will explore the tremendous negative opinion everyone has about serving Black customers.

Retail shopping – I will explore the tremendous negative opinion everyone has about both being Black and going shopping and workers hating to approach Black customers.

Working in a restaurant as a Black person – I will explore the sheer and utter stupidity of the public in dealing with a Black waiter, host or bartender.

Working as a retail salesperson – I will explore the complete shameful behavior of the public dealing with a Black salesperson.

Owning a Black owned customer oriented business – I will explore how a Black business owner deals with the dastardly behavior of the public dealing with a Black owned business, whether they know or don’t know that the owner is black or that the person they are talking to is the actual owner and not some mere salesperson.

Working in a customer service position – I will explore the awful experience Black workers face versus racist bosses, racists customers and a system geared to making sure Black workers are constantly fired and trying to build up a reputation in a customer service industry.

I would appreciate lots of input and comments from you, my readers. My research is quite thorough on each subject, so understand that I am speaking with actual numbers behind each of my topics, and not my opinion [in fact none of my blog is my pure opinion].

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