Have you noticed… that most TV commercials will not portray black men and women together?

Posted: November 16, 2015 in Uncategorized

I just received an email from a black female I’ll call Stacy:

“Have you noticed that the commercials on TV have almost completely eliminated the black female especially if there is a black male on scene. The new black female is the white woman.”

My response:

“I have, and it’s true in the movies as well. It should be clear (to anyone with two working eyes) that the white supremacist system wants black males with ANYONE BUT a black female

(for fear we’ll BREED more black babies and somehow, find a way to unify with each other)

They would rather see a black male with a white, Asian, or Hispanic female or even lying in bed with a white male in a homosexual relationship

THAN WITH A BLACK FEMALE

If you doubt this, check out the TV commercials with black males surrounded by white people and often paired up with a white female while black females are usually ABSENT

Check out the movies and TV shows where the black male rescues and partners up with white and Hispanic females but NEVER partners up with a black female —

that’s if she can be found in the movie or TV show to begin with EXCEPT as ‘wallpaper’ (a non-speaking role)

And check out the movies and TV  shows where the black female is the side whore of a  white male who grudgingly agrees to have sex with her AND that she is ALWAYS the one who initiates sex?

OR

she is in a “relationship”  (if you can call it that), with a married white male (Scandal) who will NEVER leave his white wife for a black whore

Or in a “committed” relationship with a white male who does not value or respect her (like “How to Get Away With Murder”)

Perhaps because she is always portrayed as a BLACK WHORE who sleeps around– with white men, biracial men engaged to white women,  and, yes, even with white females

But she will NEVER be seen loving, kissing, hugging,  or sexing a black male because that is TABOO

HOWEVER

that doesn’t stop the black audience from spending our money AND time watching our humanity degraded and the all too fragile black male/black female relationship being shred to bits right before our eyes

Surprisingly, the ABSENCE of black females from the lives of TV and Movie black males doesn’t stop the millions of REAL-LIFE (and, often SINGLE) black females from FLOCKING to TV shows and movies that degrade us, marginalize us, inferiorize us, and make us INVISIBLE in the lives of black males

In shows like EMPIRE that push interracial sex, homosexuality, and disrespect between black male and black female, and disrespect between black son and black mother down our throats while the ONLY EDUCATED AND MARRIED BLACK MALE

“wifes-up” a blond white female

On the FOX TV NETWORK–of all networks

(Did you know the TV show script for  “Empire” is written by a white person?)

The white supremacists KNOW their programming WORKS  and they know far too many of us don’t have the will OR the SELF-RESPECT to stop watching our own degradation

If I sound too harsh (I make no apologies for it), try to imagine the REVERSE:

Black people writing and producing films and TV shows that degrade the white male/white female relationship or show white women as black males’ whores and white males ONLY saving and rescuing black females

Dr. Kambon once said, “Black people are serious about not being serious.”

It’s hard to argue the point as the white supremacist TV set babysits our children and literally destroys their self-respect right before our eyes

So, it’s pretty clear what kind of CROP we will be reaping in the coming future:

  • black males who are super-white identified and low-self-esteemed who rely HEAVILY on white validation
  • mentally ill, demoralized, angry black females who will raise the next generation

RESPECT OURSELVES

And we will shake our heads and wring our hands and bemoan the future of the ‘black race” for YEARS TO COME

But it is not too late.

Each individual can take a stand and stop supporting white supremacy in ALL forms of entertainment — including, the Tyler Perry BUFFOONERY sitcoms — and at the least STOP PAYING FOR IT.

Because whether we realize it or not, this programming is SEEPING into our brains and DIRECTING our behavior toward each other

And I don’t care how smart you think you are, or how smart I think I am, it is SOAKING into our brain cells and poisoning us against ourselves AND each other and you can see the growing detachment, resentment, mistrust, and uneasiness between black people — male AND female.

The white supremacists are working NIGHT AND DAY, 24-7 to make sure that we are so confused and self-hating and black-hating that by the time they MAKE THEIR MOVE AGAINST US

It won’t matter what they do to other black people — and my greatest fear is

They might be right…

I talk about all the above at length in my book, “Black Love is a Revolutionary Act” and “The Interracial Con Game”

And even if you never read one of my books, I want you to start making your own observations (if you haven’t already)

And talk to other black people, talk to your family and friends and your children and coworkers about it.

Just DO SOMETHING and prove Dr. Kambon was wrong.

When he said, “Black people are serious about not being serious.”

 

Comments
  1. Shanequa says:

    Daniel Holtzclaw Cries Uncontrollably During Verdict. I’m sorry but his tears aren’t for the black women lives he ruin but tears because of a system that benefits him turn against him. Dr. Neely Fuller stated that in a lecture like cases like these when a racist kill or harm a black person the system will turn against the non black to give black people an illusion that justice is being serve. He even stated that white supremacy will have to take some lost for their team just to keep the system floating.

    I really do feel sorry for our black sisters who were victims of this fucker because justices really haven’t been serve for them even though they found him guilty. I pray that these sisters find mental & spiritual healing from this experience. Furthermore I’m glad they spoke up about the incident to stop it from happening to many other black women. Its time for black women to take a stand & protect black womanhood. This story really pissed me off because my great- great-great grandmother was a rape victim & had children by her white male attacker. My great-great-great grandmother been dead for 96 years and she kept this shame & embarrassment under the rug. Also black women are always silent when they are victims of rape because they fear ridicule & people not believing them.

    I also believe the reason why they found Daniel Holtzclaw guilty because the women’s stories were all different, if the stories were all the same like the Bill Cosby accusers they would have said these black women were lying. Again anyone can physically, verbally, & sexually assault black women with no punishment.


    • Timothy says:

      @Shanequa

      I’m so happy that he has been convicted. His tears shown by him is a tactic by him to try to gain sympathy, but he should receive no sympathy. He’s a monster and a rapist.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy
        I agree with you 100% but he needs a harsher punishment.

      • Phazex_Female says:

        This idiot must have forgotten that he is NOT a total “white” individual, an “honorary” White/Asian maybe, that has the mind-set that other ethnicities have that sistas have”no value.” I HOPE that “Bubba and dem” show him how much value he has–“daily.” This should serve as an example to other would be perpetrators/rapists, but somehow I see this as a “hollow” victory not to mention that the “character” of the victims is in question. WTH does their character have to do with being assaulted? Say a woman “strips” for a living, to feed her children, to get through school, etc. Many people would frown upon her for her method of “maintaining a life.” Does this also mean at the same time that she is “supposed” to accommodate the whims of every Tom, Dick or Harry? I think not. Not to mention that I was told as a teen by an elder that black women are perceived to be overly sexualized.

        I was not around during the run of the ‘Panthers, but my father’s brother (Uncle) told us that there was misogyny and mistreatment in their ranks with some of the women. This is no better than the idiot that raped these sistas!

        Truth be told, if left to me I’d castrate the SOB. But then again him being raped daily is not a bad thing at all. Not at all. (Forgive me, that is the Scorpio in me!)

        • lischelle says:

          Thanks for the article update Courtney, and I hope that everyone read it…especially the last couple of paragraphs that clearly showed that black women still get the shaft regardless, even in our own community…smh.

          “…But the community can’t celebrate the punishment of this criminal while ignoring the greater, more prevalent problem of black girls and women being sexually assaulted and exploited by black men and then told not to snitch or guilted into putting another black man in jail, that is, even if they are believed.

          “The Department of Justice estimates that for every white woman that reports her rape, at least 5 white women do not report theirs; and yet, for every African-American woman that reports her rape, at least 15 African-American women do not report theirs.

          According to an ongoing study conducted by Black Women’s Blueprint, sixty percent of Black girls have experienced sexual abuse before the age of 18. More than 300 Black women nationwide participated in the research project. A similar study conducted by The Black Women’s Health Imperative seven years ago found the rate of sexual assault was approximately 40%.

          There are many reasons why Black women may choose not to report incidences of sexual assault. Survivors of all races often fear that they will not be believed or will be blamed for their attack, but Black women face unique challenges.

          Historically, law enforcement has been used to control African-American communities through brutality and racial profiling. It may be difficult for a Black woman to seek help if she feels it could be at the expense of African-American men or her community. The history of racial injustice (particularly the stereotype of the Black male as a sexual predator) and the need to protect her community from further attack might persuade a survivor to remain silent. [SOURCE]

          In both instances of the rape and exploitation of black women, the perpetrators are using their power to elicit silence from the victims in order to escape punishment and continue to commit these crimes without fear of punishment. The cop had the power of his position. gender, and whiteness. The black men who do the same have to power of their gender and victim status as targets for incarceration to guilt women not to speak up. One is not worse than the other. They are equally evil, and the punishment should also be equal. Rape is rape.”

          • Courtney H. says:

            @Sister Lischelle:

            Thank you and you are welcome.

            I posted the above links (as well as the Village Voice article about R. Kelly) to show how Black women are victimized all around. Malcolm X did say that Black women are the most disrespected people on the planet. Again, thank you for reading the article commenting.

            May have a blessed week!

            • lischelle says:

              In the spirit of Kwanzaa Courtney, on this third day I say UJIMA!! That means “collective work and responsibility” to ALL!!

            • lischelle says:

              Hey Courtney and ALL,….you might enjoy this short video of Hawaiian royalty destroyed by this government in the 1950s (IF I copied the link correctly that is…LOL!!)

              • Timothy says:

                @Sister lichselle

                Thank you for showing the video Sister as we should learn about this history. Many schools in America are not taught about how the people of color in Hawaii were stripped of their lands and resources by American imperialists. When you look at the origin people of Hawaii, it is obvious that they originated from Black Africans (as genetics and science have shown also). The video showed the old racist cartoons that we part of the propaganda campaign of the white racists. The racists wanted to portray themselves as savior when these racists were brutes. They abhorred anyone living in peace without their direct control. We, as black people, just want to live in peace. This story of Hawaii is a sad story. Ironically, the President was born in Hawaii. Queen Liluokalani’s memory won’t be forgotten by us. Therefore, you are certainly show to show this video. The person who made the video is blessed too. we do this in defending truth for the sake of our ancestors who shed blood and died for us. We want real freedom for our black people.

              • lischelle says:

                Thanks Timothy, a FB friend sent me a new link/book we need to remember as well. This happened during MY own era…smdh.

                https://books.google.com/books?id=FPn8GOx7SiMC&pg=PA49&lpg=PA49&dq=negro+families+forced+off+own+land&source=bl&ots=9i2Gag_x5_&sig

              • Timothy says:

                @Sister lischelle

                Thank you for the information found in Facebook. I will certainly look at the research about our history. I’m sorry about the typos about my previous response about Hawaii. Yes, Lowndes, County in Alabama suffered injustices. That is why many people in SNCC formed voting drives and an independent political party there decades ago (with the logo of the Black Panther) in order to give black people in Lowndes County political and economic power. The struggle continues.

                You’re a very intelligent Sister.

              • Courtney H. says:

                Sister Lischelle:

                Thank you for posting this video. I understand that the reason the U.S. invaded Hawaii is because of the natural resources. This Senator Dole (from the Dole fruit company) was one of the ones in Congress who instigated the invasion. I noticed how the native Hawaiians were depicted in a racist fashion in the cartoons.

                My mother told me years ago that a native Hawaiian friend told her how the missionaries told them to bow their heads to pray, and when they looked up, the Whites had taken over the island.

                I watched a documentary earlier today on PBS World about how the native Hawaiians who fish naturally cannot anymore because of big business fishing. It’s hard for them to maintain their way of life because of this.

                Again, thanks for posting the video.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Courtney

              Have a Blessed Week Sister. 🙂

  2. Sharon53 says:

    @Everyone
    I had never heard of this brutal kind of torment done to our people even though I am not surprised. This is beyond mental illness. These people have to be Satan in the flesh to come up with this evil-doing and they would show a slave beating the other slave right before they crucified him on that cartwheel. I know slaves beat other slaves like this but if that slave did not want to meet the same fate as the other slave, he had no other choice but to beat him.
    http://rewindingblack.com/the-breaking-a-form-of-crucifixion-to-criminals-and-rebellious-slaves/

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Sharon53

      I’m speechless.

      No words can describe the torment that slaves have endured. I haven’t heard of this story until now. Yes, these white racist barbarians are just Satan in the flesh to do these cruel actions against our black ancestors. These racists knew what they are doing. They are sadistic and they harbor a hatred of black people. Also, there are other unspeakable actions that slaves endured. Our ancestors inspire us and they want us to continue in the fight for justice. For slaves to be beaten harshly in a cartwheel shows the demonic character of white terrorism. We will never forget the Maafa and slavery. Thank you for showing this information Sister. We are in total loyalty to the truth and we love black people.

      #Never Forget .

      • lischelle says:

        To ALL, here is another holiday book for you to read –

        When Sisters of the Yam: Black Women and Self-Recovery was originally released in 1994, it won critical praise and solidified bell hooks’ reputation as one of the leading public intellectuals of her generation. Today, the book is considered a classic in African American and feminist circles.

        In Sisters of the Yam, hooks examines how the emotional health of black women is wounded by daily assaults of racism and sexism. Exploring such central life issues as work, beauty, trauma, addiction, eroticism and estrangement from nature, hooks shares numerous strategies for self-recovery and healing. She also shows how black women can empower themselves and effectively struggle against racism, sexism and consumer capitalism.

        As hooks’ first book on psychological concerns, Sisters of the Yam paved the way for her more recent and popular writing on love, relationships and community. This South End Press Classics Edition will include a new introduction.

        Praise for Sisters of the Yam: Black Women and Self-Recovery:

        “By confronting topics avoided in polite company—including progressive black folks—hooks helps us tackle our deepest fears, those we harbor about our self-worth as African Americans, and get on with the business of becoming.”—Village Voice Literary Supplement

        • Phazex_Female says:

          (Head nod @ Sister Lischelle)

          Yes ma’am! My whole family consists of “readers,” so this book is just another activity for us to read and discuss during our down-time this Kwanzaa season. Thank you for sharing!

          Phazex_Female

          • lischelle says:

            You’re welcome, Phazex, like I said before I LOVE the creative spark of any wordsmith, so some of you might benefit from listening to songs from my era as well. Motown had some awesome artists that fueled the Civil Rights movement, but don’t forget some white artists as well. I just listened to “The Day the Music Died” and although it was about a white singer that died in a crash, I couldn’t help but think of the horrible rap that is now the rage and just smh, because black music died as well. You don’t have to buy it if you go to YouTube to listen to K T Oslin, Celine Dion, the Temptations, Al Jarreau to name a few. I mention white artists because I got my sister-in-law hooked on Oslin and that was the only time she gave me a sincere Thanks for anything.

        • Shanequa says:

          @ lischelle
          That was a good book I read by Bell Hooks a couple of years ago her other book “Ain’t I A Woman” is a good one as well. I have read many of Bell Hooks book an they are good.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Lischelle

          Thank you for that information Sister. Bell Hooks is a great scholar and a great author. We should find ways to heal our community.

          • lischelle says:

            You’re welcome Timothy, but I am trying to keep the momentum of this site going so we don’t LOSE our history again and have to bring another generation up to snuff before we get enslaved all over again. You guys are the hope for the next generation methinks, so keep learning and sharing what you have learned as well.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister lischelle,

              I understand where you’e coming from Sister. Learning is a life long process, so we want to show history to the world. It is very important for black people, especially the black youth, to witness the truth about black history.Black youth should learn about he greatness of Nubia, Axum, Ghana, ad other black civilizations. They should learn about the courageous resisters of slavery and oppression. They should learn about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad too. Yes, I will keep on sharing the truth. We stand on the shoulder of giants (who are our black ancestors). They inspire us and they give us strength as Brothers and Sisters. When 2016 comes about, I’m going to study history, culture, sociology, etc. in another level.

    • Shanequa says:

      @Sharon53
      Thank you for sharing the information with us. Its a lot about our history that haven’t been told especially the harsh treatment in the hands of Europeans. Europeans are sick people that can’t be saved period. During slavery time when the male slave was sent out to breed with other female slaves if the female didn’t get pregnant the male slave penis was castrated. Furthermore I remember watching a lecture that back then during & after slavery the white males that attend Georgetown University were raping & harassing black females. It was so bad that black females were in fear. Anthony T Browder mention this in one of his lectures I seen a couple of years ago.

    • Courtney H. says:

      Damn!!

  3. Sharon53 says:

    @everyone
    Not sure what happened but I tried to post this earlier and it did not show so I am posting it again.
    I never heard of this also and wanted to share:
    http://rewindingblack.com/the-761-tank-battalion-soldiers-known-as-the-black-panthers-during-world-war-ii/
    Also see the following URL for more information:
    http://www.thehistoryreader.com/modern-history/761st-tank-battalion-pattons-panthers-quit/

    • Courtney H. says:

      @Sharon53:

      Thank you for providing the links to those military stories! I greatly appreciate you bringing this history to us. The second story about the tank battalion was very well-written!

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Sharon53

      Thank you for showing this story.

      World War II history is very important to study and know about. Many black soldiers fought against the forces of Hitler (who was a racist and a murderer). I’m glad that the Allied forces won. We are still fighting fascism today. The sacrifice of these soldiers should never be forgotten. The Battle of the Budge was brutal and the Allied won. You are blessed to show such great information about the 761 tank battalion.

  4. Sharon53 says:

    @Everyone:
    Not sure if anyone has heard about this yet but it is very disappointing. If anybody feels that the struggle is over and we no longer need to fight, this should be another wake-up call. The raging war continues!!!
    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/12/16/freddie-gray-deliberations-reach-third-day-baltimore/77409910/

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Sharon53
      Here is a video clip of Freddie Gray’s stepfather speaking to the media. What’s so sad is that the parents weren’t upset with the jurors decision but have faith in another trial that will reach a verdict. When they do have another trial I strongly believe the verdict will be not guilty.

      • Sharon53 says:

        @Shanequa
        I watched the video and I have to agree with you. I was SMH as I was listening to him and the only reason why I did not quit listening to it was because it was a short video. What the stepfather did was just gave the next jury a license to hand-down a not guilty plea. It will be a miracle if a guilty plea is found but I am not holding my breath to see.

      • Timothy says:

        @Sister Sharon.

        I feel for Freddie Gray’s family.

        The jury having a mistrial doesn’t surprise me. The criminal injustice system is truly abhorrent. A black man died and there is no accountability. I don’t believe that any of the officers will be convicted. If a conviction does happen, it will be on a token charge.

        • Sharon53 says:

          @Timothy
          Thanks for your comments. I agree with your statement “If a conviction does happen, it will be on a token charge.” By the way, token charge is a good term for it because it really sizes things up.

          • Timothy says:

            @Sharon53

            You’re Welcome Sister.

            Token charge is certainly an accurate statement. it is really bad where the powers that be wants to show crumbs to us as a way for them to manipulate people and to show the myth that somehow the justice system is fair. No family should experience what Freddie Gray’s family is going through. We have empathy for Freddie Gray’s family and friends. A guilty sentence will definitely be a miracle from the Most High.

  5. Sharon53 says:

    @Everyone
    This is worst than the way they did black men back in slavery. It is incomprehensible.
    http://yourblackworld.net/2015/12/18/man-sentenced-to-48-years-in-prison-because-woman-dreamed-that-he-raped-her/

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Sharon53

      Thank you for showing both links. Clarence Moses El was innocent and he is a victim of the injustices of the criminal injustice system. This story is very bad and many innocent black people (both men and women) are in prison today. Many black people were lynched for crimes that they didn’t commit. Many white racists even used postcards to gloat over the lynching of innocent black men, black women, and even black children. This story should cause anyone to have indignant anger at the evil criminal injustice system. No words can describe the pain that Clarence Moses El and his family have been through for decades.

      Sister Cynthia G is right to say that we should never bow down to white racists. White terrorism is in epidemic levels in America today. The police institution is tied to the prison industrial complex as a way for both entities to promote oppression against black people. They also use economic exploitation (from gentrification, unfair traffic tickets, austerity policies, etc.) to strip resources from the black community too. Her experiences are not uncommon. Many black people have been harassed and pulled over for no reason. She is right that we should use legal, economic, political, and other methods to fight back against oppression. Fighting evil empowers ourselves and we need more empowerment in the black community. There is nothing wrong with empowerment that is positively used to bless us. We have every right to fight oppression in order to allow ourselves to be liberated.

      We can use our economic power, unify, and fight back in strategic, unique ways in trying to get results. We also need to develop our infrastructure too.

      Thank you for showing great links that deal with issues that we care about.

  6. Sharon53 says:

    @Everyone:
    I thought this was a very good presentation from this young woman. Sad to say it, but she is wiser than some older blacks.
    http://yourblackworld.net/2015/12/17/cynthia-g-stop-bowing-down-to-racist-white-people/

  7. Sharon53 says:

    @Everyone:
    I cannot get the audio of this speech from Malcolm X but from reading the text on the website, it is as if he is speaking from the grave. If anyone can hear it, please advise on it:
    http://rewindingblack.com/a-malcolm-x-speech-that-predicted-so-much-of-whats-going-on-today/

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Sharon53

      Hello Sister.

      The quotations from Malcolm X come from His Democracy is Hypocrisy speech. It is from in my view the early 1960’s since he had no beard in the video. It is found in Youtube in a video entitled, “Malcolm X Speech Democracy is Hypocrisy.” His words were ahead of its time since the issues that he talked about then like about police brutality, democracy, etc. are relevant in our generation in late 2015. The criminal injustice system is blatantly racist, sexist, classist, and just plain injustice filled. So, Malcolm X’s speech was directed to the black community and to remind us that we live in a hypocritical society filled with police brutality, racism, and other evils. American democracy is disguised hypocrisy. From the Maafa to the epidemic of police brutality, the international Western white supremacist power structure has shown its brutality against black people overtly. Over 50 years later, we still catch oppression just like back then. We advocate political independence. We need to duplicate more of the unity and solidarity that our community had during the 1960’s and the 1970’s (which talked about Black is Beautiful beyond a slogan, but as a way of lie). We have to repair broken relationships in our communities. This is an international movement since black people live globally. We want all black people in Africa and in the African Diaspora to be liberated. That means that we are not just concerned about Black Americans. We are in solidarity with also Afro-Brazilians who are fighting discrimination including the Afro-Colombians too. Malcolm X advanced pan-African unity and he’s right. To advance goodness, we have to fight evil. Fighting evil is a prerequisite for liberation. Righteousness is what we cherish and liberation is what we desire as black people.

      Thank you for showing the link Sister.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @Sharon53:

        Thank you for showing the video, Sister. Malcolm X’S words are definitely prescient!

      • Timothy says:

        @Sister Sharon53

        I made a typo. I meant to write:

        “We need to duplicate more of the unity and solidarity that our community had during the 1960’s and the 1970’s (which talked about Black is Beautiful beyond a slogan, but as a way of life).”

        @Sister Courtney

        I had a great weekend Sister Courtney. Also, the great news is that I’m on Winter break now from my job. I’m enjoying today indeed. 🙂

        God Bless You Sister.

      • lischelle says:

        Timothy, I keep harping on EDUCATION for a reason, it is sorely needed for our UNITY. Check out the prison pipeline in California going on now:

        “…For years, the government, media, even Hollywood has been calling for an increase in educational programs aimed at helping black youth get out of poverty and into college in order to break the cycle of poverty.

        Apparently, several University of California universities have been playing for both teams. It seems that the universities are happy to take the money from black students who qualify to get in and become students. And what of those that did end up in prison, instead?

        According to the Black Student Unions of nine undergraduate University of California campuses, the UC system has been investing its money in private prisons to make money off of the black youth that end up there, as well. They have filed a petition that demands the universities divest from these private prisons and asks for a ban on any future investments. They are also calling for a UC divestiture from Wells Fargo who receives profits from the prisons. The UC system is said to have nearly $23 million invested in private prisons.

        According to the Atlanta Black Star, the Afrikan Black Coalition said, “If we truly believe that #BlackLivesMatter from the hood to the academy, we must stand with our brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, cousins and extended family members who are currently incarcerated or are at a higher risk of incarceration because of their very Blackness.”

        The students spoke out after a report from the Office of the Inspector General of California, High Desert State Prison in Susanville, California, was released and detailed a number of failures at the prison. Among the “culture of indifference” among the guards, and an acceptance of gang activity within the prison walls, there is also a “culture of racism” that is pervasive in the prisons…”

        • Timothy says:

          @lischelle

          Thank you for showing that information about prisons Sister.

          Prisons are one of the instruments that the powers that be use to harm the lives of black people.

          For some universities to fund private prisons is a total disgrace. The Afrikan Black Coalition has worked hard to try to end university funding of private prisons. The prison industrial complex has stripped many black people the right to vote, economic opportunities, and other rights (even against nonviolent offenders). We are fighting against multiple evils. The system of racism/white supremacy deals with the promotion of anti-black propaganda, the glamorization of negative stereotypes, and the advancement of more prisons (which grew since the 1980’s. Also, Bill Clinton signed laws during the 1990’s that increased the mass incarceration state too). Black people from across the political spectrum do agree that education is very important. We need to advance accurate, inspiring education for black youth (in dealing with STEM fields, history, culture, etc.). Any civilization needs education and infrastructure to develop. Black people worldwide have the right to experience a strong, progressive form of education. Wells Fargo has been sued for predatory lending accusations for years. The corporate elites want profit at the backs of our labor. We want black liberation.

          • lischelle says:

            You’re absolutely right Timothy, I mean the entire system appears to be designed to kill us or keep us in prison for life. And btw, your comment about the Clinton presidency….it was his advisors that gave him that jacked up sentencing guidelines. They caught a LOT of third strike white boys with that one, then the meth epidemic started effecting whites in the suburbs and politicians kids as well…LOL! You should have seen them trying to re-word that racist law….ROTFL!!!

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister lischelle.

              You have made excellent points about drugs about the meth addiction. The media now are talking about meth addiction since mostly white people are experiencing it in America. When black people were suffering the crack epidemic of the 1980’s, the media called black people every name under the sun and even glamorized the harsh laws from the Reagan administration. Reagan is also responsible for a lot of evil War on Drugs policies in America. Yes, Clinton’s advisers (many of them were CFR members, members of the Trilateral Commission, etc.) were responsible for the racist guidelines in drug policies. I was a child and a teenager when Bill Clinton was President. He beat George H. W. Bush during the 1992 election because of the U.S. recession back then. In retrospect, Clinton was a centrist not a very strong progressive. You’re right on the system (which wants to control and destroy black people). The system was never originated created for us to begin with. Our ancestors were treated as property and our ancestors built this nation. We know how they roll. That is why I believe in revolutionary solutions for our black people.

              Thank you for your words Sister.

            • Courtney H. says:

              @ Sister Lischelle and Brother Timothy:

              Here is a video about what you are talking about with the racist double standards and the drug laws:

              Warning — this video contains a lot of profanity.

              • Timothy says:

                @Sister Courtney

                Good Afternoon Sister Courtney

                I have listened to the video from Harvey. He has made accurate points about the double standards involving drug use. White people numerically and percentage wise use more drugs than black people in America. The organizers of the drug trade aren’t black people. Historically, white supremacists have used opium to oppress people of color like they did during the Opium Wars against China during the 1800’s. So, they or the white racists falsely used black people as scapegoats for the problems that they have established in the first place. Most black people aren’t abusing cocaine and the mainstream media lied to assume that a massive amount of black people are abusing drugs. I do agree with legalizing hemp and medical marijuana for those who need it. I don’t agree with recreational use of drugs whatsoever. That’s dangerous and that will cause physical, emotional, and genetic harm to human beings. Drugs should be used in limited circumstances to help people. We should change laws to give nonviolent black drug users job opportunities, voting rights,etc.

                The War on Drugs has been a war on the black community for decades. Since the early 1900’s, the War on Drugs have occurred in America. Therefore, the truth must be shown. Also, for pregnant women to be on heroin and given birth to child and those children died is a tragedy. We know how wars have involved drug trading from the Vietnam War to the current war on terror. It is hypocritical for the mainstream media to show sympathy to white heroin addicts, but black people suffering addiction are called every name under the sun. When drug addiction is involved the white community, then the powers that be want to talk about sympathy, etc. Many addictions are triggered by environmental factors or even by other incidents, so we have to fight the evil of addiction via many different means. We, as black people, are increasingly showing the truth. I don’t agree with Harvey in some of his language, but I understand exactly where he is coming from. Little babies should be cherished. The deal is that we should speak up and use action in getting liberation.

                Thank you Sister for showing the video.

        • Courtney H. says:

          @ Lischelle:

          Thank you for this information about the CA University System and the prisons. I did not know about this! You always provide good information! Again, thank you for this info.

      • lischelle says:

        Also, this is another reason why I don’t DO organized religions!! They can all take their racist deity and teachings and SHOVE IT!!

        “…Slave status has been passed down through the generations.[11] The descendants of black Africans captured during historical slave raids now live in Mauritania as “black Moors” or haratin, some of them still serve as slaves to the lighter-skinned “white Moors” or Beydanes,[1] (Berbers or mixed Berber-Arabs, descendants of slave-owners known collectively as al-bidhaan).[11] According to Global Slavery Index, slavery of adults and children in Mauritania “primarily takes the form of chattel slavery” (i.e. the slaves and their descendants “are the full property of their masters”).[7] Slaves “may be bought and sold, rented out and given away as gifts.”[7] Slavery in Mauritania is “prevalent in both rural and urban areas”, but women are reportedly “disproportionately affected” by slavery. Women slaves “usually work within the domestic sphere”, caring for children and doing domestic chores, but “may also herd animals and farm.” Women slaves “are subject to sexual assault by their masters”.[7] Because slave status is matrilineal, slaves typically serve the same families that their mothers and grandmothers did. They usually sleep and eat in the same quarters as the animals of their owning families.[2] Slaves are “not restrained by chains” but by “economic” and “psychological” factors. They are denied education in secular fields that provide job skills, and taught that “questioning slavery is tantamount to questioning Islam”.[2] There is also a “grey area”[12] or “a continuum” between slavery and freedom in Mauritania[2]—referred to politely as the “vestiges of slavery”—where sharecroppers and workers are exploited by Beydane landowners and bosses.[2] According to Ahmed Vall Ould Dine, of Mauritanian Human Rights Watch, “Slaves tend to develop very close relations with their masters; the freed ones, who are poor and have inherited nothing from their parents, chose to remain under the auspices of their ex-masters as they provide them with basic necessities of life.”

        Two academics, Ahmed Meiloud and Mohamed El Mokhtar Sidi Haiba, have criticized statements on slavery in Mauritania by anti-slavery organizations and writers for alleged exaggeration, lack of statistical sources, factual errors, and criticized one source (Charles Jacob) for alleged anti-Islamic motivation and a desire to “divert attention” away “from the atrocities committed by Israel”….”

    • lischelle says:

      This is just awesome information Sharon53, thanks for finding and sharing this…..he was absolutely SPOT ON!! The author has to be a white male because he got it right as well

      “…It’s a turning upside-down of fairness, with the victim being the only one to suffer if investigations by law enforcement conclude that the attacker’s actions don’t merit prosecution. When no charges were filed against Ferguson’s Darren Wilson or against NYC’s Daniel Pantaleo, who took Eric Garner’s life, we were stunned all over again. How can this be fair?…”

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney.

      Goldie Taylor was a victim of physical abuse. So, I have a massive amount of sympathy for her. She believes in racial justice and social justice. We can just assume that Harvey is no fan of Goldie Taylor and Tamron Hall. Goldie Taylor doesn’t view every black man as a villain. Her IG page has her praising many black men and she acknowledges the black men who are doing what is right and just. Melissa Harris Perry married a black man. My personal view is that people have the right to buy or not buy music from R Kelly. Me personally, I won’t buy music from R Kelly, because of his exploitation of young girls. That’s my personal choice. I won’t co-sign his behavior at all. R Kelly tried to marry a then teenage girl and that was wrong on R Kelly’s part. Harvey is right that black men are demonized in society, but he’s wrong to put R Kelly into the mix. R Kelly is a predator who abused girls. I can’t co-sign that. Also, Harvey ignored the epidemic of violence and abuse of black women in society. Many black women experience misogynoir by many people (even by many black males). Also, I don’t agree with Harvey views on little girls in the mall. A grown man should never touch a little girl period. I don’t care what a little girl does in a mall. Pedophilia is an evil abomination period. Not only are black men suffering in society.

      Black women are suffering in society too. He is right that FOX News and CNN has demonized Trayvon Martin while glamorizing the evil murderer George Zimmermann. He is right that there is a glamorization of the emasculation of black men. Mainstream society readily hates Black Love or the showing of black men and black women loving plus caring for each other. Therefore, we have to make a distinction between us supporting black people doing what is right (and not supporting black people who are doing massive evils). We should always oppose white racism and white terrorism. I don’t agree with Harvey cursing out Goldie Taylor and Lamont Hill. No black woman should be called out of her name. I don’t believe in using racial slurs either. Also, I do believe in exposing the anti-black woman statements of Lee Daniels (who has self-hatred and is involved in producing plus creating disturbing shows that benefit the system of racism/white supremacy). Therefore, I’m adamantly opposed to many of Harvey’s views in this video. We want black men and black women to be liberated. We want our communities to grow and to do that, we have to condemn evils, make people to have accountability, and promote our interests. Many non-blacks do exploit black communities and that is why I believe in pan-African unity, so our strength and unity can further develop. We should support black people who have integrity, honor, and strength.

      Thank you for showing the video and the link from Clutch Sister.

      You’re a Blessing. 🙂

      God Bless You Sister Courtney.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy
        I agree with everything you stated in your comment. One thing I notice in several of Harvey’s video is that he comes off as being misogynist. I agree with certain points he makes but others I don’t, furthermore his information sometimes doesn’t be accurate or misleading. He also has it bad calling black women out of there name. One recent video he did was about mental issues and he mention the young black girl that was brutally attack by the police officie in her class he called her a bitch. A grown man calling a underage female a bitch. He did the same thing about Gabby Douglas calling her a chipmunk. What also piss me off about him he mention how black men speaks out when black women being attack but not black women. I’m surprise know other youtuber call Harvey out on this but I can see it happen in the future. I strongly believe he has issues with black women as well.

        Furthermore, R.Kelly gets what he deserves I’m tired of our people defending this child molester. I had a grown black man tell me the victim R.Kelly touch was a 14 year old whore she needs to be held accountable too. I told him she’s was child that was manipulated by a grown man. Any black men that will defend R.Kelly or take up for someone that is attacking innocent black women is less of a man.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Shanequa

          Good Afternoon Sister,

          I agree with you totally Sister. We have to defend the victims of abuse. No woman should be called out of her name. No woman should be called the B word. I’m also a little surprised that he hasn’t been called out in YouTube for his usage of misogyny. Other people have spewed such language like Jesse Lee Peterson, Sgt. Pete, Tommy Sotomayor, etc. I agree with certain parts of Harvey’s videos and other parts, I definitely don’t agree with him. He’s wrong to call a black girl, who was the victim of police terrorism, the B word. In our community, we should never mimic white racist savages who degrade black people. We can discuss, debate, and agree to disagree on many issues without using anti-black language. Gabby Douglas is obviously a beautiful Sister. Yes, black women have been speaking up for black men for thousands of years. It is time for more black men to defend and speak out for the interests of black women (when black women suffer police brutality, abuse, discrimination, sexism, etc.). One part of spirituality is reciprocity. In this generation, we have to stand up to the plate and speak up for the human rights of black women (since black women are already on the front lines defending the rights of black men from rallies, programs, etc.). In that sense, black men and black women can reach the Promised Land. Harvey does have issues with black women, especially black women who disagree with him.

          I will never curse someone out if someone disagrees with me. R Kelly is a sick person. He has admitted that he has 19 year old female friends in an interview with Toure and he was in his 30’s back then. A grown man should never touch any girl. It is disgusting that some people want to blame the victim of abuse instead of the perpetrator of abuse. Any man who defends R Kelly or defends any anti-black misogynist is not a real man. That is why Aretha Franklin said it best in her classic song “Respect.” We have to promote RESPECT in our communities. At the end of the day, we are fighting the same enemy and we want liberation for our black people.

          • Shanequa says:

            @ Timothy
            Thank you for your statment. I know of a black male who was very misogynist toward black women. He blame black women for the problems with the community then had the nerve to state black men are more oppressed then black women. He was a Tommy Sotomayor supporter. His misogynist ways was disturbing & I got tired of dealing with him. I eventually told him I didn’t want to be bothered with him. When I stop talking to him & distance myself from him he kept calling, texting, & leaving voice messages on my phone for 2 months when I was avoiding his messages. When he finally realized I was finished talking too him he text me 6 months after the incident to ask me how I was doing. I never felt scared in myself especially experience a situation like this before.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              I’m sorry that you have to go through that.

              I hope that more people are calling out Sotomayor and his ilk. Obviously, as Malcolm X has stated in public, black women are the most disrespected people on Earth. Malcolm X defended black women and that is why the haters decided to assassinate him. Malcolm X was ahead of his time just like Ida B. Wells and other heroes. Therefore, we are in a fight. We are fighting racism, misgynoir, and classism. I appreciate your wisdom and the wisdom from Sister Courtney including other Brothers and Sisters here too.

              @Sister Courtney.

              Have a Blessed Day and Enjoy your Holiday Season Sister. 🙂

              You’re a great human being.

              • Shanequa says:

                @ Timothy & Everyone
                The American Girl Doll ain’t shit why the black doll Addy have to be a runaway slave. This is the historical era they gave her the civil war era. They have several dolls from different historical era’s but the white dolls are seen more in a positive way. The historical dolls have several books telling the story of each doll but the characters aren’t rule people. Why couldn’t the black doll be in the 1960’s civil rights/ black power era.

                http://www.americangirl.com/shop/dolls

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              I have looked at the The American Girl Doll link and it is aggravating. It is very taboo for mainstream companies to promote dolls that give homage to the sacrifices made by Sisters during the Civil Rights/Black Power era of the 1960’s. Black dolls should be made respectfully, so black youth can be inspired and see the beauty in themselves. Black is Beautiful. Also, we should make a note of corporations that disrespect us, so we can strategically tell other black people what places we should not buy from. As others have said here, we should support black bookstores, and other black enterprises.

              • Shanequa says:

                @ Timothy
                Thank you!!!!

              • Courtney H. says:

                @ Sister Shanequa:

                I remember when those American Girls dolls first came out. They were all White. I guess somebody complained, because Addy was the first doll of color introduced. At the time, people were complaining about the fact that Addy was a slave.

                I think those dolls are too expensive, anyway. However, a lot of people buy those dolls for their daughters. My sister, relatives and I went to the main store in NYC earlier this year, and the store was packed!

                @ Brother Timothy:

                I agree that we need to be better represented in media.

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Courtney H
      R.Kelly is a child molester and he needs to be held accountable for his actions. Furthermore, he can’t blame our people for not buying his music because now days good music isn’t being made and also his music isn’t good anymore. R.Kelly want us to forget about his past cases of being with underage girls but every since that sex tape video came out we all look at R.Kelly different. I remember on a song he did for the movie “In Too Deep” soundtrack in the song lyrics he mention ” if your I.d. underage you want get no 12 play” which could have been left out of the song especially with his past history.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @Brother Timothy & Sister Shanequa:

        Thank you both for comments responding to the videos and the article.

        Before I begin, I thank both of you for your compliments. I greatly appreciate it. Both of you are are great people, too.

        I strongly agree with what both if you have said. Harvey obviously has issues, since many of his commentaries are misogynist. He denies that in the comments section of his YouTube videos, but people often deny bad behaviors that they are guilty of committing.

        R. Kelly should be boycotted because he is a pedophile. I am so sick of seeing Black people excusing misbehavior in our community just it has been committed by a Black male. Sure, Black males are being persecuted in this country, but so are Black women. We should condemn persecution against all Black people. That’S part of our unity.

        Again, thank you for your compliments and comments concerning the video and article. I greatly appreciate it.

  8. Courtney H. says:

    @ Everybody:

    What do you think of this?

    http://www.tariqradio.com/main/december-23rd-2015

    And Merry Christmas!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney.

      I have listened to his views on Star Wars.

      People would get sensitive about Stars Wars since millions of fans of Star Wars exist worldwide. One major actor in Stars Wars is John Boyega and he’s a very talented actor.

      I haven’t looked at Stars Wars series like that, so I can’t make elaborate points about the plot or story lines of the Star Wars series. What is true is that many movies show a talented, qualified black person in a film as a way for corporate heads to try to show the myth that our society has some sign of progress being established (when black people are being oppressed by police brutality, mass incarceration, discrimination, economic injustice, etc.). I have no problem with Tariq’s views on Star Wars in its agenda. Being in a movie is not equated to liberation. We want to create more of our own sci fiction stories and movies. The character Finn according to the viewers of the movie is mistreated in the film and has given no dignity. It is the same tactic from the white supremacist of promoting the “ILLUSION OF INCLUSION.” Movies of this magnitude show propaganda and they exist with an agenda. The Finn character was disrespected in the movie. The movie showed a role of white leadership and black subordination. So, Tariq Nasheed is right on his views on Star Wars as promoting the agenda of white supremacy.

      We need to have a stronger black media to tell our own stories accurately.

      On his views about Mademe Noire, Tariq Nasheed was acting immature and misogynistic. We should expose all the pedophiles from R Kelly to government politicians. That doesn’t mean that R Kelly’s crimes should be omitted. R Kelly is a sick predator. Likewise, he or Tariq was immature to call black women who disagree with him out of their names. There is no justification and no excuse for Tariq to disrespect the gorgeous Sister Jamilah Lemieux. We, as a community, have to learn how to debate and discuss issues without degrading each other unfairly. That means that R Kelly, Dennis Hastert, and the rest of them should be exposed. Any pedophile should be in prison. Tariq seems to minimize R Kelly’s crimes while he refuses to expose the epidemic of misogynoir in our black community. Black women are suffering sexism, racism, and other evils. Tariq is right to expose the racism found among many Colombians. Steve Harvey shouldn’t be called racial slurs at all. That is why Black Afro-Colombians are fighting for liberation now. I’m in solidarity with the Afro-Colombians. I believe in pan-African unity. The first enslavers were the Spanish and the Portuguese.

      I like Clutch Magazine too and they have great articles.

      Thank you for showing the link.

      Happy Holidays to You Sister Courtney. 🙂

      Happy Holidays to everyone here as well.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Brother Timothy:

        Thank you for responding to the podcast. I know that you took some time out, since it was a little more than an hour long.

        I agree with everything that you said. I also do not know much about the latest Star Wars movies, since I am not interested in them. I agree that it sounds like the Black character in the film is disrespected. That does not help with the self-esteem of Black viewers.

        I agree that Tariq — like Harvey — has issues with Black women and is misogynistic. He attacks Black women who disagree with him, yet claims that he does not hate Black women because his wife is Black. That is no different than a racist White man who claims that he is not racist because he is married to a Black woman. Both racism/white supremacy and misognynoir should be condemned in the Black community. I also am sick of Black men calling Black women all kinds of names but then turn around and say that we need to stick together as Black people. It is like they are talking out of both sides of their mouths!

        Again, thank you for listening to the podcast. Merry Christmas! 😀

        Merry Christmas to everyone here! 😀

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Courtney

          I totally agree with your words. Yes, no one can be for black liberation and call black women out of their names. We have to respect each other. Black women gave the black community life literally and any black person should acknowledge the sacrifice and the contributions that black women have made throughout human history.

          You’re so Sweet.

          Have a Great Christmas Day too. 🙂

        • Shanequa says:

          @ Courtney H
          Tariq Nasheed wife is biracial, her mother is white. Furthermore a while back someone put Tariq Nasheed on blast even had pictures of his biracial wife, mother & her children which all have different fathers. I have watched several of Tariq Nasheed videos an notice when his light skinned son is on his show he gets real happy when someone mention his complexion. Tariq Nasheed love calling black women negro bed wrenches for sleeping with a non black man but give black men a pass for being in interracial relationships. Harvey does the same as well toward black women I can’t wait till they get call out.

          • Courtney H. says:

            @Sister Shanequa:

            Thank you for that info about Tariq Nasheed. I didn’t know that his wife is biracial, and that she has kids by different fathers. I also didn’t know about his attitude about his light-skinned son.

            I have also noticed how a lot of so-called brothers date/marry White women but go off on Black women who date/marry non-Black men. That is hypocrisy of the worst kind! Tariq and these other so-called brothers need to be called out. And they will be, because karma is something else!

            Merry Christmas! 😀

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Courtney and Sister Shanequa

              I knew something was up wit him. He’s a hypocrite for condemning black women who have non black spouses, but his wife is biracial. I saw his wife on Youtube one time. His wife looked very light skinned and I knew that she is biracial. Hypocrites like Tariq (since he claims to be for black empowerment, but he mocks and curses out black people unjustly just because some people disagree with him) will experience their Karma no doubt. No real revolutionary would call black women out of their names. These are same so-called Brothers who view Kim Kardashian as not white, which is ludicrous. My opinion is that Tariq knows full well that he can’t marry a white woman since that exposes him completely. So, he would marry a biracial woman to assume “cover.” I knew that he would never marry a dark skinned woman. This situation is about promoting integrity in the black community. The problem is that the system of racism/white supremacy has damaged the black community and we have the right to stand up for our human rights.

              Courtney, on this Day, I will be stuffed with foods. LOL. 🙂

              Enjoy your Day.

              • Courtney H. says:

                @ Brother Timothy and Sister Shanequa:

                Thank you for your responses. Here is another video by Harvey about R. Kelly:

                I agree with you about Tariq Nasheed and his hypocrisy. A lot of so-called brothers mess around with non-Black or light-skinned Black women as cover for their preaching about Black empowerment. And you cannot slam and curse out your own people and then expect people to see you as a leader. Know-it-alls who have a problem with people who disagree with them have serious pride and inferiority complex issues — I know from experience.

                Timothy: My sister and I are eating leftovers that we ate at a party that we held last week, so we have already been stuffed! 😉

                Merry Christmas everybody! 😀

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Courtney

              Hello Sister.

              I have listened to the video from Harvey on Christmas Day. First, it is important to discuss about many issues. He’s right that there is a privilege of the rich in the industry and in society in general. Rich people should never have the license to do what they want to do as he said. There are double standards in society on how black and white people are treated. There is white privilege and black people are treated harsher in the criminal justice system, in employment (even if a black person and a white person have equal qualifications), and in other facets of society. Some black rich people are arrogant against the black poor and the black middle class. That’s true, but no rapist and no sexual predator (I don’t care what color of the rapist or sexual predator is) should get a pass. With that being said, I don’t agree with his views on R Kelly at all. Just because families aren’t going after R Kelly, doesn’t mean we should be silent on this issue. We should never be silent. We should speak up in defending the lives of black girls and all black people in general. It doesn’t matter if the families of the victims press charges or not.

              The victims should be respected and R Kelly must be held accountable for his crimes against little girls. I don’t agree with his words on Aaliyah. Aaliyah was a teenage girl and her actions never justify R Kelly’s behavior. Aaliyah was a great singer. Not to mention that Jewish people don’t forget the Holocaust, we don’t forget slavery, etc. So, we should never forget the torment that the victims of sexual abuse have suffered. Also, many black men and black women are innocent in jail and some have only been freed after decades in prison. So, we should not forget the innocent people in prisons. He seems to forget that the powers that be target both black men and black women. Black men are not the only people on Earth suffering injustices. Also, TMZ is not liberal. LOL. TMZ is notorious for its racism and bigotry against black people. TMZ promotes gossip, agitation against people, and immaturity. Huffington Post is an establishment organization. I don’t justify Justin Beiber’s actions or the actions of Charlie Sheen either. I don’t agree with Steve Harvey being called racial slurs. He shouldn’t be mocked in a disrespectful way. I have no problem with promoting integrity. We should not mimic white racists and social nihilists anyway. So, the major point is that there is an agenda to target black people in general. Black Men and Black Women have every right to reach higher heights by advancing integrity, honor, and compassion for black people.

              On another matter: You are already stuffed. I ate little food in preparation to eat a lot of food today. I’m ready. I love to eat. LOL. 😉

              Thank you for showing the video Sister.

              Have a Blessed Christmas Day Sister Courtney. 🙂

              • Courtney H. says:

                @Brother Timothy:

                Thank you for responding to the video. I am not going to add to anything that you said, since I co-sign your entire statement.

                Harvey is making all kinds of excuses for R. Kelly, though he claims that he is not. If White shouldn’t make excuses for Justin Bieber and Charlie Sheen, we shouldn’t make excuses for R. Kelly. Like you said, we shouldn’t follow corrupt culture.

                My sister and I had a large breakfast this morning and opened presents, and we’really at a friend’so house for an early dinner, so we’really going to be stuffed again.

                I love to eat, too. LOL 😉

                You have a blessed Christmas Day, too. 🙂

            • Shanequa says:

              @ Courtney H
              Correction Tariq Nasheed wife mother has several children by different men.

              • Courtney H. says:

                @Sister Shanequa:

                Thank you for clearing that up for me. I think that I was confused.

                This is proof that a lot of White women have kids by different fathers, since it’S always Black women who are stereotyped this way.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy
        Thank you for your comment. My father is a Star Wars fan an he went too see the latest release. The young black male in the movie is talented but he was kind of a wimp in the movie. Black actor Bill Dee Williams was in the old Star Wars but in the early eighties but he was betrayed as a traitor. Hollywood isn’t going to betrayed black people in a positive way period.

        I thank you again for calling out Tariq Nasheed because he’s misogynist. One thing I notice about black males some of them can’t tell when their being misogynist. Our people need to be careful on who we follow & listen too. Tatiana Nasheed & Harvey make good points but they do misleading. Tariq Nasheed be talking down on his supporters & the black conscious community he will eventually have his day reckoning.

        P.S. Timothy I glad you & other black men understand & call out the mistreatment black women face because our voices go unheard. I have heard stories of black women leaving the conscious community because too much misogynist & not many black males showing action in believing black is beautiful when it comes to dark skin women.

        • Timothy says:

          @Shanequa
          You’re Welcome Sister.

          Tons of people are Star Wars fans. It is taboo to make a black male as a strong, super intelligent character in any movie of Hollywood (with rare exceptions like Denzel Washington, Sidney Poitier, etc.). So, it is not shocking for Hollywood to play Finn like that. I remember that Bill Dee Williams was in Star Wars too back during the 1980’s. The M.O. of Hollywood either deals with them spewing stereotypes about black people or using deception to try to promote the illusion of inclusion.

          You know me Sister. I will call out misogynists. Tariq Nasheed is something else. Some black males refuse to acknowledge their misogyny because of ego and some believe that they want to maintain a male supremacist society. Super egocentricity is a detriment to any society. Tatiana Nasheed. LOL. Go head on with ya good self then. Karma is no joke. The condescending attitude of Tariq Nasheed towards his own supporters and the black conscious community will cause him to experience Karma.

          Tons of the voices of black women go unheard. That is why as long as I’m alive, I will stand up and speak up for the human rights of black women. Also, many black women worldwide from Brazil to the States are speaking up for their human rights too. I was raised by a great black woman, so I will always love and appreciate black women. All black people should experience dignity and respect. In that sense, both black men and black women can be truly free. Colorism is a scourge and it’s evil. Dark skinned black women have been demonized and slandered. That is wrong. We will fight. Lord willing, I will be here on the Earth for more than 5 decades, so I will continue to oppose misogynoir and all evils in the world.

          • Shanequa says:

            @ Timothy
            I appreciate everything you stated brother.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              I appreciate your words as well Sister.

              @Sister Courtney

              I’m about to go for today Sister. I’ll be back.

              I’m glad to communicate with a great person like you. I appreciate your kind words and your great information from history to social matters in our communities. Bless you Sister. 🙂

              • Courtney H. says:

                @Brother Timothy:

                Thank you for compliments, Brother. You are,a great person, too. Bless you, too, Brother.

                Merry Christmas! 😀

  9. Courtney H. says:

    @ Everybody:

    Here is Dr. Boyce Watkins and another radio host talking about R. Kelly . . .

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney

      I listened to the video from Boyce Watkins.

      I don’t view the interview from the Huffington Post as a publicity stunt. I think that R Kelly didn’t anticipate an interview going in that direction. Huffington Post is a liberal establishment entity, so they would issue strong questions to R Kelly. I think that both men made a great points about how just because someone has been given the verdict of not guilty doesn’t mean that the person is innocent. Many cops have been given the not guilty verdict, but they have brutalized black people. Some celebrities are given a blind eye by many factions of society to some of the evils that they have done. Many celebrities have yes people who try to minimize evils. We should fight back against pedophilia. R Kelly isn’t the only one. There are many other predators in the world as well. We have to fight against the disrespect sent to black girls and black women. Sisters should be treated with dignity and with respect. Victims like Lisa Van Allen should receive prayers. Both Boyce Watkins and the other black person gave many great points about the psychology of a pedophile (which includes manipulation, deception, and other things). R Kelly saying that black people owe him to buy his album is the height of disrespect and egocentric behavior from R Kelly. Today, R Kelly has much less popularity than over 10 years ago. If someone acts very upset at a reasonable question, than that person has something to hide. Political leaders should be asked tough, great questions too. At the end of the day, we want our communities to be safe and protected. We want stronger black communities in the future.

      Thank you for showing the video. 🙂

      Goodnight Sister Courtney.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy @ Courtney
        This is a very interesting video you need too watch this video.

        • Timothy says:

          @Shanequa

          Things happen for a reason. The Creator is providential. So, I have listened to the first top video before.

          Tariq Nasheed is wrong to use the N word. It is shame that he exploited many of the black scholars in his Hidden Colors series as a way for him to get profit. That is why my intuition prevented me from buying the Hidden Colors series. Him being a vulgar rapper from back in the day doesn’t surprise me. He isn’t tough at all. He hasn’t publicly apologized for his vulgar rapping career or for his serious mistakes at all. For him to say that he wants to beat up a woman shows him to be a total punk. He’s a hypocrite from claiming to desire an end to white supremacy, but he has issued pro-domestic violence language against a black woman. This is why we need ethics in our community. No one should treat our people in any way. Our people deserve to be treated with dignity and with respect.

          The video from Pearl Jr. is very interesting. She made a great point about getting back to basics. Many black men are in prison and suffering bad straits. The solution is that we need to end the wedge between black men and black women by building people up (and making sure that those who do evil are held accountable for their actions). The solution is also about making programs that build up black families and promote mentorships, etc. Tariq Nasheed (who is making up stats and making stereotypes about black women) is trying to talk over Pearl Jr. and she wasn’t having it. The second video on the bottom is a window into the bad soul of Tariq Nasheed. A real man should never be a “mack.” A real man should never be just about his “paper.” A real man should defend truth and stand up for black women. Tariq doesn’t advocate men to fight misogyny, to stand up against poverty, to promote education progressively, and to fight the misogynoir. Pearl Jr. stood strong and it is a shame that she had to deal with the absurd rhetoric from Tariq. Tariq is very disrespectful by saying that he can go out with Pearl Jr. For Tariq to disrespect the woman after she is gone shows that he is a afraid of a black woman hat disagrees with him. One thing about these misogynists is that they don’t like people who debate them.

          There are a lot of other words that I can mentioned about Tariq (we know the words), but he is not worth it.

          Thank you for showing both videos Sister Shanequa.

          • Courtney H. says:

            Oops! I meant to say **I just finished reading …**

            @ Sister Shanequa: Thank you for providing these videos. You said that you wanted Harvey and Tariq Nasheed to be called out, and you have definitely called out Tariq Nasheed!

            That first videos shows what a hypocrite he is. He slams rappers, but was a foul-mouthed rapper himself, and like Brother Timothy said, he has not apologized for it.

            That debate was something else! First of all, both of them did not have to do all that cussing. It was so unprofessional! Anyway, I agree with both of you about Tariq Nasheed.

            The fact that he threatened to beat up Pearl Jr., and called her all kinds of names definitely shows how insecure he is and that he is a misogynist and a misogynoirist. One thing about abusers is that they are very insecure. I agree with Brother Timothy that Nasheed showed a great deal of immaturity during the debate, and I am glad that Pearl Jr. stayed her ground and did not let him get away with his garbage.

            Both of those videos were really eye-opening. Thank you both Sister Shanequa and Brother Timothy, for providing the video and commenting.

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Courtney @ Timothy Merry Christmas
      This was a good video with many good points. R.Kelly aka “Chester the Molester” gets what he deserve. Robert Kelly the child molester paid off his victims because he knew their parents will settle out of court. When a grown man or woman that decide to have sexual relationship with a child something is mentally wrong with them and they need to be kept away from children. R.Kelly is getting his wake up call because he’s no longer needed in the music industry to bring in money. His album “Chocolate Factory” was his last popular mainstream album that came out in 2003 then after that his popularity & music slowly started to decline.
      Furthermore since he sings about sex all the time then looking at the evidence of him having sexual relations with underage females bothers several people. Also this isn’t the first time R.Kelly been clown a while back on his twitter account he tweeted “Ask R.Kelly”” which backfire on him.

      @Timothy
      You never let me down with your comments and you made excellent points. When our people support people like R.Kelly and others like him its disrespectful toward the black female victims. Furthermore its bad enough when black females doesn’t report crimes of being assaulted because they feel they will get backlash or the accuser will get more support then the victim. Also when I see this it basically telling me as a black woman, that its okay too physically, verbally, & sexually assault black females because you want get punish. I have heard several times from black men & women that stated, “black women need to stop calling the police especially when it involves a black man.” If the black female is being assaulted who else does she suppose to run too for protection. When you’re being harass or assaulted its not a pretty experience for any black females to go through. I have been harass by a black male before but it wasn’t physical but verbal.

      http://www.villagevoice.com/music/askrkelly-backfires-mightily-on-twitter-6599093

      • Courtney H. says:

        @Brother Timothy & Sister Shanequa:

        Merry Christmas and Happy Kwanzaa.

        Thank you both for your responses to the video. I agree with all of your points. I read article about the tweets in response to “#AskRKelly. Some of the tweets were really funny.

        I have just reading the article that was in the Village Voice. I remember reading that article before years ago. It goes into grat detail about the case and the allegations against R. Kelly and, more importantly, how the victims were affected. I really wonder if Harvey and Tariq Nasheed have ever read that article. (P.S. to Shaequa for providing the link.)

        It’S early, so I’m going for now. Thank you again.

        May you all have a blessed weekend! 🙂

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Courtney and @ Sister Shanequa

          Thank you both for the kind words. I wish both of you a very great Holiday Season (from Christmas to Kwanzaa). You have made excellent points on this issue. R Kelly is experiencing his Karma. Black youth are very vulnerable in this day and age with police terrorism, abuse, etc. Anyone who abuses black girls should have no contact with black children whatsoever. R Kelly was never made accountable for his evil actions. There were monetary settlements without R Kelly experiencing prison time. We have a serious problem of misogynoir where many people want to place physical and verbal abuse against black women plus black girls under the rug. That should end. When one person attacks a Sister, they attack all of us. We are against white racism and anyone else who abuses our people. The mentality of solidarity is important to advance, because it builds strength, promotes unity, and it focuses on combating the actions of criminals who desire to harm others.

          I wish both of you a great weekend. 🙂

          To Shanequa: I’m very sorry that you have to go through verbal abuse. No human being should be harassed or assaulted at any circumstance. Liberation deals with autonomy and black person has the right to human autonomy, dignity, and freedom. Women, who have been abused, should call the authorities (and they have the right to access resources to help them as well). Victims should receive help from the black community too. Criminals should be treated as criminals. Victims of abuse, whether they experienced abuse from police terrorists or by other human being, should have the resources to make sure that justice is served. Many victims don’t report on crime because of fear. That is why we, as a community, have to increase awareness on this issue, so more victims can feel comfortable in telling their stories and being active in making sure that criminals are punished. Victims are not gender specific. Some males are victims of abuse. We want a future where black girls and black women are protected, safe, and able to live out their own lives as human beings. We are in a war. Part of fighting this war is for us to stand up for the equality of black men and black women. I’m glad that you are calling out these anti-black women haters.

          To Courtney: I’m about to leave for now too. Bless you Sister. 🙂

          • Courtney H. says:

            @ Brother Timothy and Sister Shanequa:

            I agree with everything that both of you have said regarding R. Kelly. Yes, the Village Voice article is disturbing, and should be read by everyone who cares about the victims of abuse (both male and female) and people who excuse their abusers.

            Bless you two, as well. 🙂

  10. Courtney H. says:

    @ Sister Shanequa & Brother Timothy:

    Here is the Village Voice article about the allegations regarding R. Kelly:

    http://www.villagevoice.com/music/read-the-stomach-churning-sexual-assault-accusations-against-r-kelly-in-full-6637412

    Warning — this article contains some profanity and sexually explicit language.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney and Sister Shanequa

      The Village Voice article is one of the most disturbing articles that I have read in my life. R Kelly has sexually abused many girls and what he did is rape. It is very obvious that we have an epidemic of misogynoir and abuse of black girls plus black women in our community. We have to fight against rape and abuse. We will never be silent. Lives have the right to be protected. Many victims have been slandered and disrespected. This is why we will show compassion to victims of abuse and we will forever believe in justice for our black people.

      Bless both of you gracious Sisters.

  11. Courtney H. says:

    @ Everybody:

    What do you think of this?

    It is very interesting! Warning — this video contains A LOT of profanity.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney

      Good Evening Sister.

      I have listened to the video from Prince Solomon.

      Here are my views.

      There should be a balance. People should not obsess with nitpicking with someone else’s views in an overly emotional fashion. A male acting very emotional for an unjust reason is not a good look. Yet, people should never tolerate injustice shown by anyone either. We have the right to check those who show misogynoir like Tommy Sotomayor, etc. So, he’s right that some males act too whiny and too irrational in their behavior. At the end of the day, we should always discuss, debate, and respect each other as black human beings. There are many people who comment and talk about issues that have nothing to do with the issue shown in various issues. I do agree with him that more black women conscious voices should be shown in the Internet and outside of the Internet. Black women have every right to show their views without apology.

      Black women have great views that should be listened too and respected. Human beings shouldn’t be egotistical if they have a Youtube account as Prince Solomon has stated too. At the end of the day, we want the system of racism/white supremacy to end. We don’t desire stagnation. We desire a real change in the world. I don’t agree with him using excessively vulgar language. During the end of the video, he showed a very great point. Those who hate black women excessively have issues. Some of them, who really hate black women, are really closeted and can’t stand women in general. That is just the plain truth. That is why real people will always give praise to courageous, active, and progressive black women. Black women are dynamic and black women are beautiful (in many different hues, shapes, and sizes). We need more unity among black men and black women. He’s right on that point as well. UNITY, STRENGTH, AND SOLIDARITY are ideals that we believe in wholeheartedly.

      So, the gist of the video is in my view is that we have to get back to basics. We have to focus on family, community, and express solidarity with the pan-African Diaspora. We should care for each other. Selfishness and an obsession with selfish individualism will not work. We ought to advance a communal mentality since it will take a village to solve our problems as one great African proverb has stated. We have black people suffering poverty, the prison industrial complex, sexism, discrimination, and other evils. So, we have to show the truth, stand up for our principles, respect ideological diversity in our communities, and keep our eyes on the prize.

      Goodnight Sister Courtney.

      Bless You Sister 🙂

    • lischelle says:

      Great video Courtney, and adult language doesn’t bother me a bit, but thanks for the heads-up and his message was SPOT ON….at least to me.

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Courtney H
      Thanks for posting this which it does need to be discussed. I notice this as well when a concious black women speak out & voice their opinions, we are under attack especially when we speak the truth. When black men do support these conscious black women they are consider simps. Majority of the time when I do see black men that support black women on youtube it be the black women that are dogging out other black women like a black female Tommy Sotomayor. He’s right it is time for black women voices to be heard instead of sitting quit behind black men.

  12. Courtney H. says:

    @Brother Timothy & Sister Liscelle:

    Thank you for watching the video. I agree with what both of you said in your responses.

    • Timothy says:

      @SIster Courtney

      You’re Welcome Sister. We can learn from each other as we are part of the same community. 🙂

      • lischelle says:

        I want you guys to check this out as well, seems that their cousins over in England have the exact same attitude with regard to black people…smh. I would have copied the entire article with all the insults to the black community in England 20 years ago, nothing has changed for them or us unfortunately.

        “…The Labour MP Chuka Umunna, whose Streatham constituency includes parts of Brixton, told The Independent: “The attitudes towards the black community exhibited in the paper are disgusting and appalling.

        “The tone of it in places is positively Victorian. I hope the authors will feel thoroughly embarrassed and ashamed at what they wrote back then.”

        He added: “The authors of this paper illustrate a complete ignorance of what was going on in our community at that time, as evidenced by their total and utter disregard of the rampant racism in the Met Police which caused the community to boil over – there is no mention of that racism in their paper.”

        • Shanequa says:

          @ Lischelle
          Thank you for sharing this information because many African Americans believe that our African brothers & sisters in Europe doesn’t face the same racism as we do in the United States. A lot of this thinking come about is because of the high interracial dating in Europe furthermore we are constantly shown how interracial dating is more acceptable over there.

          • lischelle says:

            “…A lot of this thinking come about is because of the high interracial dating in Europe furthermore we are constantly shown how interracial dating is more acceptable over there.”

            Shanequa….LOL!! Are you kidding me?….smh. Black people in this country are really THAT stupid, when the British taught them how to be racists and colonialists in Africa and all across Europe? Sheesh…they don’t even respect black celebrities let alone the average Tyrone or Rayquan. We need to get out of the ghetto more often.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister lischelle

          Thank you for the information Sister.

          The story said that the racist issued some faux “apology.” They always issued an apology after being caught making racist remarks. The truth is that rebellions existed for many reasons. The British Empire was one of the most murderous, racist empires in human history. One racist Brit named Cecil Rhodes wanted to divide up and conquer Africa for the British Empire. So, their cousins in the UK will definitely advance racial oppression against Afro-British human beings. Racists doesn’t just include a person in the street. They also include politicians and the members of the corporate power base too. Many of the same problems that we face as black Americans in America, Afro-British people face in the UK from racism, economic injustices, and to civil liberty curtailment.

          • Shanequa says:

            @ Timothy
            Thank you for posting this information the racism our people face in Europe is no different what we face in America and other parts of the African diaspora. Furthermore we always hearing about the Jewish holocaust but never the holocaust our people had to face in Germany and the rhindland bastards is one example.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              You’re Welcome Sister.

              Yes, many black people were murdered by the Nazis in the Holocaust (including biracial people who were called by the racist Nazis “Rhineland bas___ _ _”). African American GI were killed in he concentration camps too. There are many websites and books that talk about this issue too. In fact, Hitler was inspired by the evil American sterilization laws in order for him to promote his genocidal, wicked agenda. The struggle continues. When one Brother or one Sisters suffers an injustice anywhere on Earth, then we suffer that injustice too. We are a global people and I love to study the culture of the African Diaspora.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Brother Timothy:

        Thank you, and you’re welcome, too. 🙂

        • Shanequa says:

          @ Courtney H
          Thank you for sharing more information about about blacks during the holocaust. Here’s a book I read about it for the first time a couple of years ago “Germany’s Black Holocaust, 1890-1945: The Untold Truth!”
          I tried my best to read the second article all the way but he was trying to make white people as the victim’s & black people as the villains. What made me even more mad when he stated a 12 year black male child looks like a man when you can clearly see he’s a child.

          • Timothy says:

            @Sister Shanequa

            Thank you for showing information about the book.

          • Courtney H. says:

            @ Sister Shanequa:

            You’re welcome, and thank you. I have never heard of that book before. I have never read this book, but I have heard about it. it’s titled “Destined to Witness** by Hans Massaquoi, a Black man who grew up in Germany during the Third Reich. He passed away in 2013.

            The article on Chauncey’s blog contained comments from a white supremacist website about the Tamir Rice case. What Chauncey was doing (by displaying those ugly, hateful comments) wasto prove that conservatism and white supremacy are one and the same.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Courtney

          Good Afternoon Sister Courtney. 🙂

          First thank you for showing both links.

          I’m a history buff, so I like to study about history and culture. The Holocaust was an evil crime against humanity. Black people were the victims of it. I’m glad that the Nazi Empire was defeated. The evil of Nazism is an abomination indeed. We remember the memories of the victims of the Holocaust, so we can continue to promote justice and righteousness in the Universe. World War 2 has a long history. Many years ago, I didn’t understand a lot about WWII. Now, I do know a significant amount of information about the history of World War 2. Afro-Germans were discriminated against in Germany and murdered by Nazi criminals.

          I have looked at the link from Chauncey De Vega too. He is right to expose the “Free Republic” site. I knew of that site for years. That site is blatantly racist and far right wing. The racists disrespecting Tamir Rice are nothing more than cowards. Tamir Rice was an innocent black child who was murdered by a cop in less than 3 seconds. He was murdered when he posed no direct threat to any cop. The only person responsible for the death of Tamir Rice is the police officer who killed him. The Free Republic website is a total disgrace with their propaganda and the commenters who mocked the death of Tamir Rice are totally evil. Many of these white racists are spewing their lies since they hate us and they want to share their poison to others.

          RIP Tamir Rice.

          You always come up with great information Sister Courtney. 🙂 I’m glad to communicate with a great person like you.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sharon53

      Hello Sister.

      First, there should be always a condemnation of rape and any form of sexual abuse. Cosby has admitted under oath that he brought drugs for the purpose of wanting to have sex with women. So, he’s an adulterer without question. I have my views on Bill Cosby. I don’t agree with his pound cake speech, etc. The truth is important. If he’s guilty of these charges, then he must be punished. We shall see what the trial will entail. I send empathy to any victim of rape and sexual abuse. This is a serious charge. This should be taken seriously. Cosby, obviously, will deny the charges. Dozens of women have accused Bill Cosby of rape and sexual abuse. These women have shown many similar details and they stretch from many walks of life. This story is a lesson that women in general should be treated with dignity and with respect. It is a reminder that we must oppose any abuse and any rape.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy
        I 100% agreed with everything that you have stated, but if these women have made false statements of Bill Crosby raping them then they should be punish as well.

        • Timothy says:

          @Shanequa

          I do agree with you if the women made false statements about Bill Cosby then they should be punished as well .That is fair. I have my views about Cosby. Regardless of what I think about him, we want the truth to be known regardless of where it leads to.

  13. Shanequa says:

    @ Everyone
    This brother made real good points in the video, as well as many other videos he has made on youtube. He’s very intellectual & has a nice speaking voice that will catch your attention. For some strange reason when I listen to him speak I get this Malcolm X or H. Rap Brown vibe from him. I always find black men like the one in this video and the other two I mention attractive especially on a intellectual level.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Shanequa

      I have listened to the video from the Brother. He has a great sincerity. He loves black people and he made great points about how we need to come together as black men and as black women. In the final analysis, we are all we got literally. Black families have been harmed via austerity, deindustrialization, the War on Drugs, various recessions (which have been caused by Wall Street banker speculation, etc.) bad policies from the state, and other reasons. With the events going on, we can’t be on a selfish, individualist path. Many of our people have tried that path for decades and obviously it is not only wrong. It just doesn’t work. There is obviously an epidemic of disrespect, abuse, etc. of black women. In order for black people to be free, we have to end misogynoir once and for all in the world. Many black women are frustrated not only at white racism, but at how many black males have dropped the ball in standing up for black women and the black community in general. He made the great point about how black women have suffered worse than any other demographic in history. He is right in desiring black men to be leaders, protectors, and show that strength.

      Many black women have been on the front lines in protesting police brutality, discrimination, mass incarceration, etc, which is great and inspiring. It is time for more black men to step up to the plate and stand up too. It is time for more black men to acknowledge the voices of black women and to recognize the many Sisters who have died as a product of police brutality, abuse, and other injustices. Black women have the right to show their voices and speak their minds. So, men and women have the right to be leaders and protectors of our communities. Malcolm X and Dr. King were leaders and protectors. Ella Baker (who was the inspiration behind SNCC) and Harriet Tubman were leaders and protectors. I heard of H. Rap Brown too. He was part of SNCC during the 1960’s. All black people should be accountable for his or her behavior as adults. No black man and no black woman should do evil. We reject nihilism. We want stronger families and we want voluntary, healthy relationships between black men and black women. That is how the black community can grow since stronger families will lead into stronger communities. We need more dialogue and discussions among black men and black women, so we can heal. Also, we have to teach the youth about the importance of respecting black people of both genders. His illusion comment was another great point. We live in an age of the “illusion of inclusion.”

      Since the old school civil rights movement, there has been the growth of the black middle and upper class, but the masses of black people still suffer poverty and massive discrimination. Since 1968, there has been a growth of income inequality in America. Since year 2007, our median income levels in America (in our community) have been in a struggle. There must be the growth of our economic, political, and social infrastructure. We want poor black people to be respected not scapegoated for every issue in our community. We want an end to misogyny and misogynoir (which is a form of evil, physical colonialism). We want equality.

      I have no problem with group economics or cooperative economics as well. We want black people of the Diaspora and black Africans to be free and liberated as human beings. This is an international struggle for justice.

      Thank you for showing the video Sister.

  14. Alicia says:

    Happy New Years all! One new years resolution for myself as it pertains to this topic discussed is to stop waiting around for whites racists to change. Keep waiting for it on my job, keep waiting for it in everyday life. By white racists, I am including Hispanic white supremacist’s too because many of them have views and attitudes that are in line with white racists, some hispanics hold worse white supremacists attitudes of us/display worse behavior towards us, than everyday white americans.

    I keep waiting on my job for the sick, cruel attitudes and behaviors to end. It’s been over 5 years and hasn’t ended, it slows down them pops back up again. Keep waiting for some sort of “normal” behavior from racists, hasn’t happened yet. I have just learned I need to include as one of my new years resolutions as Maya Angelou said “When someone shows you who they are, believe them. No amount of kindness can change the heart of someone filled with evil!

    I have other more positive New years resolutions by the way 🙂 That’s just one I felt I should include.

    I also have to include a new-found understanding of black peoples behavior too. I have come to learn that i have to give up any hopes of being able to depend on black people to be kind or supportive or even nice.

    The same evil, jealous, cruel behavior found in whites is also, unfortunately, found among Blacks. As painful as it is and while I prefer living in a middle/lower income black area and doing “black” things, I have come to realize not to expect kindness.

    I guess I am just taking the world for what it is and will stop being so wishful of change and good energy from other people, many don’t have anything good to give out. So many people seek to hurt. I will never understand it, but it is the way it is.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Alicia

      Happy New Years Sister Alicia

    • Courtney H. says:

      @ Sister Alicia:

      Happy New Year’s! 🙂

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Alicia
      Happy New Years!!!
      I agree with everything you stated, furthermore I have came across non black Hispanics who look down on our people. Also non black Hispanic females think they are better then black women especially when getting a black man. I avoid any conversation discussions black issues with non black people because they wouldn’t understand our people struggle.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Sister Shanequa:

        I agree.

      • Alicia says:

        Yup, because I’m dealing with White males mostly right now, however before this i had awful experiences with some white women and also Hispanics.

        I posted yesterday about working to accept that white supremacists will never change, it will be a struggle though. I guess we always wish for the best outcome or when the behavior is so loony or cruel, you expect a person to eventually see the folly of their ways.

        I’m going to read Maya Angelous quote (“When someone shows you who they are, believe them”) everyday because I think we think by being nice to hateful people, that they can eventually change. I also ponder how the older racists could maintain that attitude, behavior and thought-process for so long. Because I’m pretty sure that the older racists I’m dealing with were just as horrible when young. It’s a scary thing.

        I realize I have to accept it and don’t wait for them to change. I can only change myself, how I think, build up myself.

  15. Courtney H. says:

    Happy New Year’s, everyone!

    What do you think of this?

    http://www.tariqradio.com/main/ep112-coordinating-your-system#comments

    Warning — this podcast contains some profanity.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney

      Happy New Years Sister.

      I will listen to the audio and make a commentary Sister.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Brother Timothy:

        Thank you and you are welcome.

      • Timothy says:

        @Sister Courtney

        Good Afternoon Sister.

        I have listened to the audio from Tariq Nasheed. Here are my thoughts.

        2016 is a new year and we should coordinate our situations in life more. As for the sellouts, we should expose the sellouts in public and in private. I agree with him in exposing sellouts and the like. I don’t agree with much of some of his language. I don’t agree with his classism. Now, his major point of Star Wars is accurate to expose the racist propaganda in Star Wars. Mainstream movies never exist out of anywhere. Movies have productions, directors, etc. So, they will show an agenda and the character Finn was portrayed in a negative, stereotypical light in the movie. George Lucas saying “I sold them to the white slavers that takes these things, and…” (and then he started to laugh) was offensive.

        Also, he or Lucas issued a token apology afterwards. He is married to a black woman, so just because a white person is married to a black woman doesn’t mean that this white person will not make racist remarks. He or Tariq is right that the white racists would use deflections in trying to talk about “black on black crime” (when intraracial crime in the black community has declined since 1980 as validated by stats) when police brutality is being exposed in public. Don Imus said evil words about black female basketball players and he was never fired form any mainstream TV show. He was just moved into another network. Tariq is right to expose the brutal rapist Daniel Holtzclaw. Tariq is right to expose the truth about how the death of Tamir Rice was unjust and evil. The authorities giving no indictments to cops who killed Tamir Rice, Sandra Bland, etc. is a total disgrace.

        He talked about Bill Cosby too. People know how I feel about Bill Cosby. Regardless of my views about him, he has been charged and we desire the truth to come out. Rape is evil and it’s wrong. If he’s guilty, then he should be punished. Bill Cosby was charged just before the statue of limitations ran out in January 1. There are over 50 women who accused Bill Cosby of rape, sexual abuse, or other forms of misconduct. The case being tried involve a woman who lives in Canada presently. I don’t agree with Cosby on every issue. I will say that rapists like Stephen Collins (who admitted that he raped a person), Roman Polanski, etc. should be charged. That is fair. The important thing is the truth involving the rape case regardless of what the truth is. So, we have to fight against the system of white supremacy and stand up for the human rights of any victim of rape. I will wait and see what the truth will turn out to be totally. As for Lebron James, he can at the bear minimum to give a strong statement in condemning Tamir Rice’s murder and call for social activism in the country. Also, we have the responsibility to do something in standing up also not just Lebron James. It is not just Lebron James’ responsibility alone. We should do something too. I have no problem with coordination and cooperation in the black community. That’s great.

        Thank you for showing the audio Sister.

        You’re a Great Person.

        Enjoy your New Years Sister Courtney. 🙂

        • Shanequa says:

          @ Timothy
          Something came to my attention especially since the non black woman made a video being cat call by black men ever since that video the media has been painting black men as oversexualize brute who are harassing white women. Now we have Bill Crosby being charged for sexual assault by a white woman. If Bill Crosby did do assault he needs to be charged if he didn’t the women need to be punish. We’re back in the Jim Crow days were black men are punish for looking, speaking or having relationships with a white or non woman and white or non men can sexually or physically assault black women an don’t get charge.

          • Timothy says:

            @Sister Shanequa.

            Good Afternoon Sister.

            We do have a problem where many in society want to falsely stereotype all black men as oversexualized brutes, criminals, etc. Emmett Till was an innocent black child who was murdered by white racist brutes. Therefore, the evil of demonizing black men unfairly is just as nefarious as the demonization of black women. Bill Cosby is now accused of sexually assaulting a white woman. We live in a society where a black person can be assaulted and killed unjustly. This reality refutes respectability politics once and for all. White men and non black men have brutalized and raped black women for a long time and the media doesn’t talk about it at all (unless in rare exceptions like with the Daniel Holtzclaw situation). We shall see what the Cosby trial will lead up into. I am in favor of the truth. The lesson with these events is that we are all we got as black people literally. We should promote integrity and realize that unity and solidarity are important values to advance as black people.

            • Courtney H. says:

              @ Brother Timothy & Sister Shanequa:

              Both of you are smart to bring up that phony “cat call” video and how it relates to Black males of all colors being demonized as brutes. This is definitely Jim Crow 2.0.

              • Timothy says:

                @Sister Courtney

                We certainly live in Jim Crow 2.0 indeed Sister. It’s a shame. The good news is that there is a remnant of black men and black women who know what time it is and are fighting back against injustice.

                Thank you for you kind words. 😉

            • Shanequa says:

              @ Timothy & Courtney H

              I agree with both of you.

        • Courtney H. says:

          @ Brother Yimothy:

          Thank you for taking the time to listen to the podcast, especially during the last day of the year (I know that some people have plans).

          I agree with everything that you said, so I don’t have to repeat anything that you said.

          You are a great person, too. 😉

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Courtney H
      Happy New Years to you too.Tariq made good points on this discussion.

  16. Sharon53 says:

    Hello Everyone,
    I really like this video. Please check it out.
    http://yourblackworld.net/2015/12/30/racism-white-women-bill-cosby/

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Sharon53

      First, Happy New Year Sister. 🙂

      I have listened to both videos. The first video was from Yarima. He is entitled to his views. The greatest point that he has made is how many whites may smile in people’s faces in public, but behind the scenes they spew racism in the Internet and call black people the N word and every name under the sun. He has been called slurs and other offensive words. That is evil and wrong. We know about the discrimination that has been executed against black men and black women. So, I view his video as mostly in support of Bill Cosby. He talked about the OJ effect. To me, the OJ Effect is about a naive black person committing adultery with a white women and believing that everything is fine (and that black person believing that white society will respect him). Then, later, he is caught up in a scandal regardless if he is innocent or guilty. This has happened to Bill Cosby, OJ, Tiger Woods (technically, he is biracial, but in the eyes of the system of white supremacy, that system views him as black) and other people. Regardless of the truth of Cosby’s charges, rape is evil and any form of sexual assault must be condemned. There are many black womanists and black feminists who disagree with Cosby not because they want to suck up to white feminists. They just have a view based on their analysis. I think that people have the right to view Cosby as innocent, neutral (in terms of the charges against him), or guilty. We believe in defending the human dignity of innocent human life.

      As for Dr. Boyce Watkins’ video, he is absolutely right that black women have the right to voice their views. There are similarities and differences between men and women. The more we honor and respect those similarities and differences, the better off that we will be as one black community. Black women are entitled to write, to speak, and to be apart of black leadership (like black men have been leaders too). Evil sexists have prevented many black women from voicing their views on many subjects. Only a weak person would disrespect a black woman period. We will always show love and respect to black women. Black women gave black men life. Tommy Sotomayor is a traitor. Tommy is a coward. Black women should be respected and Black men should be respected too. Black people can agree to disagree on issues without disrespectful, immature commentaries. When black women are slandered, black men should defend black women’s human dignity. Boyce is being criticized by the misogynists, but I encourage him to keep on fighting for the truth. Boyce is a very smart Brother. So, Dr. Boyce Watkins have made great points.

      Thank you for showing the links Sister Sharon.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy & everyone
        Watch the video clip below. I find this clip disturbing especially hearing the parents laugh in the backgroung. Just look at the white girls face when they see the black dolls they received as gift for Christmas. This also tells that the family enjoy mocking our people for laughter behind close doors

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Shanequa

          Hello Sister.

          I agree with you totally Sister. That parent was truly sick and vindictive to disrespect her own children and black dolls in that fashion. That is why I do support great black dolls being given to black children, so black consciousness can develop. It is obvious that racism is not just found among adults. It is harvesting in the youngest of many white children. White parents readily teach their children lies about black people and they want to disrespect a black doll in this situation. There is nothing funny about this video. It’s quite disturbing. Behind closed doors, many whites do say racial slurs and other horrible language about black people.

          Thank you or showing the truth once again.

          • Shanequa says:

            @ Timothy
            Thank you brother!!! I believe 2016 is going to be hell for our people. I just heard that a law has been passed that you can openly carry a gun in public but in a holster. This is going to be a problem for our people because Europeans will be quick too shoot us with no question ask.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              You’re Welcome Sister.

              2016 will be something else. The bigots will certainly do more evil. Our discernment should be strong and on alert.

      • Sharon53 says:

        @Timothy
        Happy 2016! Thanks for your comments. I have to agree that he made a great point when he spoke on how whites will smile in your face while at the same time are about as fake as a $2.00 bill. The song from the early 70s called ‘Smiling Faces’ by the Undisputed Truth describes whites to a “T.” Don’t know if you are familiar with that song but it goes something like this “Smiling faces, sometimes pretend to be your friend / Smiling faces show no traces of the evil that lurks within… Smiling faces, smiling faces sometimes, they don’t tell the truth / Smiling faces, smiling faces tell lies.” LOL!!!
        He does seem to be very much for Cosby. This may seem odd but I never was a fan of Cosby, but not because I have something against him. I just have never been into comedy that much. The only thing I really liked by him was the animated stuff like “Fat Albert.” I know he is looked upon as a black icon by many and it is nothing wrong with that, but as for me, I never have been one to look up to famous people as role models. The people that have had the greatest influence in my life were people that I grew up around in my community.
        If Cosby is guilty of the allegations he is accused of, then he needs to be held accountable and I would never side with an evil-doer. I have not been really following this case that closely, but some say Cosby admitted to giving a young lady drugs to have sex with her. But to the best of recollection, I thought I heard that he said he only gave someone some cold medicine but I heard nothing about him admitting it was done to have sex with her. Unless he is really perverted, I find it hard to believe he had to drug some woman to have sex with her, because some women tend to throw themselves at men with his kind of fame and fortune. I personally believe Cosby has ticked somebody off with a lot of power and they are coming after him left and right. I have always felt people with his kind of success are monitored by the FBI, CIA, etc. and the most they probably have on him is that he fooled around on his wife and are probably paying someone to add all the date/rape stuff. I remember when Rock Hudson died of AIDS back in the 1980s, the word was out that J. Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI, always knew Hudson was a homosexual long before the public found out. That is because Hoover, no doubt was monitoring him. So you know if they monitor white people, you know they are watching black folk. We will have to wait to see what happens at his trial. It really boils down to who the jurors believe, because what real evidence do they have that Cosby did these things? I only hope justice prevails.
        I agree with your comment that “regardless of the truth of Cosby’s charges, rape is evil and any form of sexual assault must be condemned.”
        I also agree with your statement “only a weak person would disrespect a black woman period.” Thank you so much for having some backbone and standing up for what is right.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Sharon53

          You have made great points Sister.

          I heard of the song Smiling Face. My parents were around when the song originally came about originally. That shows the truth about the white racists. As for Cosby, he has been involved in many ventures. He said under oath that he brought drugs or the reason to have sex with women. When someone was about to ask whether he had voluntarily had sex with women (or had sex with women with their consent), he didn’t answer that question. We will wait and see what this trial will be and what the future will hold for him. We can handle the truth regardless of where the truth leads into. You’re correct about J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover was a terrorist. He hypocritically claimed to be for democracy and freedom while he was the head of the FBI, but he enacted COINTELPRO and other policies that violated the law, harmed people, slandered people, and caused the murder of many people. Fed Hampton was murdered by the Chicago police with FBI approval. Many Black Panthers were killed by FBI informants or by the police. Many social activists were violated of their rights by the FBI constantly. Hoover had a wide collection of files on celebrities and politicians, so it is not too far reaching to say that he kept a file on Rock Hudson. So, they or the establishment definitely monitor black people even today. That is why mainstream media outlets are filled with FBI and CIA agents (as documented in Operation Mockingbird, etc.). Therefore, we will stand up for what is right and stand up for the human rights of black women and black people in general.

          Thank you for your words Sister.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Sister Sharon53:

        First of all, Happy New Year! 🙂 Thank you for posting the podcasts. I have listened to both of them, and the Brothers are telling the truth!

        @ Brother Timothy:

        I agree with everything that you said in your eloquent statement and response to the podcast! And again, Happy New Year! 🙂

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Courtney

          Happy New Year to you Again Sister. 🙂

          I ate a lot of food at the Logan’s restaurant, so a Brother is stuffed. LOL.

          Bless you 🙂

          • Courtney H. says:

            @ Brother Timothy:

            Thank you and you welcome.

            My sister and I ate black-eyed peas with our meal, with money under our plates, per tradition. We got full quickly, too. 😉

            May you be blessed, too.

    • Timothy says:

      @Sister Courtney

      Hello Sister.

      My Goodness

      She passed away.

      Dr. Frances Crees-Welsing was a legend. Her wisdom was incredible. She loved black people and she wanted to stand up for the truth. She was a great elder. Her words were prophetic and she was one of the greatest scholars in history. We send prayers and condolences to her family and friends.

      I agree with Harvey’s views about picking up the torch as the elders are passing away more and more. We should give a great deal of respect to her. She gave great inspiration to the conscious community in general. So, we should remember and honor her legacy.

      Also, RIP to Natalie Cole.

      Natalie Cole was an amazing musician and a great singer.

      • Courtney H. says:

        @ Brother Timothy:

        Thank you for your heartfelt response. I agree with your comments.

      • Shanequa says:

        @ Timothy
        100% AGREED!!!! We have lost two great amazing talent before we could get settle in with the new year. Natalie Cole been sick for a while but I didn’t know it was that bad especially Dr. Frances Cress Welsing.

        • Timothy says:

          @Sister Shanequa

          I agree with you Sister. Frances Cress Welsing was a Strong black woman. Her legacy is solid. She is with the ancestors now in spirit. Her insights back in the day and today were ahead of its time. We will miss her and Sister Natalie Cole. Natalie Cole was always nice to people and she was a Sweetheart in terms of her grace and in her personality. Her music was incredible.

          @Sister Courtney

          Thank you for your words Sister. Many elders and legends are passing away. Their lives inspire us to live out our lives in integrity, love, and black solidarity.

          I will make a commentary soon on those 2 links that you have shown on police brutality and racism.

          Stay Tuned. 😉

          • Courtney H. says:

            @ Brother Timothy & Sister Shanequa:

            You’re welcome and thank you for your responses. I greatly appreciate it. I agree with both of your that many of our great elders and teachers are passing away.

            I know that I have posted this link in other threads, but speaking of injustice to Black folk . . .

            http://studysites.sagepub.com/gabbidonstudy/articles/Baker.pdf

            It’s pretty lengthy, but if you scan it, it’s easy to get the gist. This paper is very well-written and researched.

            Thanks! 😉

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Courtney

              I have read the links about Tamir Rice and police brutality

              The one about the police union leader of Miami Javier is truly disturbing. Javier is wrong and a racist to slander Tamir Rice as a “thug.” The truth is that Brother Tamir Rice was not a thug. He was a young child who was playing in Cleveland, Ohio and he was murdered by a cop. There is no justification of Tamir Rice’s murder at all. The police union members stick together and defend cops who are involved in police terror against black men, black women, and black children. Ortiz is a disgrace by disrespecting Tamir Rice’s mother and his family with his sick comments. I have noticed that the racist white trolls in the Internet are slandering Tamir Rice, his mother, and his family. So, we will set the record straight and defend Tamir Rice, his mother, and his family.

              There are other incidents where white people have pointed a loaded gun to the police, yet the police never killed that white person in less than 2 seconds. One example of this is a white person named Joseph Houseman pointed a loaded rifle at cops, he threatened the cops verbally, and the cops arrested him after a standoff. They didn’t shot him immediately. Tamir Rice had a toy gun and he was no threat to any officer, yet he was murdered by a cop in less than 3 seconds. The murdering cop (who killed Tamir Rice) was let go out of a previous department, because of police officer’s bad behavior. The grand jury involving the Tamir Rice case was a whitewash.

              Prosecutor McGinty also recruited pro-police “experts” in the grand jury. The Grand jury was heavily biased.

              The other link exposes the evil racist Officer Michael Pauly and his openly racist wife, Angela. As you have mentioned, these racists are devils. Angela is a bigot, an Islamophobe, and just an extremist. For Angela to disrespect Tamir Rice’s mother shows that she’s a coward and a demonic, evil person. Tamir Rice’s mother is going through unspeakable pain and she deserves our prayers and support. These racist devils know what they are doing. They aren’t insane. They just want to disrespect black people in a perverse way because of their own inferiority complexes. Michael being silent about Angela’s views means that he doesn’t have a problem with his wife’s over the top, vile, and racist words in the Internet. Angela and Michael aren’t alone. There are tons of white people with the same views as both of them. The difference is that they or these other white people aren’t on the Internet. This is a problem since we pay taxes and these cops hold the power of life and death over lives. So, Pauly shouldn’t be cop with his racism. They or the 2 white racists are devils without question. The system of white supremacy owns the courts, the police, the government, etc. This is a war for our survival as black people.

              Also, I thank you for showing the scholarly paper about the injustices done to black people. Black female executions have existed for a long time. We have the same views about the death penalty. Racism and sexism has a great deal to do with the executions of black women throughout American history.

              Thank you for showing the information Sister Courtney. 🙂

              • Courtney H. says:

                @ Brother Timothy:

                Thank you for taking the time for reading the articles that I linked. I appreciate your thoughtful comments in response. Yes, these racist devils are sick. I used to call bigots “racist dogs” but that is an insult to animals, since animals show more empathy than they do. If you can’t show compassion for another human being (especially a child) because of the color of that person’s skin, then you are not even human. These are monsters. So, I agree with everything that you said about these racists.

                I also agree with what you said about the lengthy article about the Black women executions. That is a very good source. We need to know our history about injustice in this country, since this continues to happen to this day.

                You are welcome, and thank you for your compliments! 🙂

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Courtney, Sister Shanequa, Sister Sharon53, and everyone else.

              This video shows Sister Dr. Frances Cress Welsing talking about gentrification, Washington, D.C., black people, white supremacy, and many issues in an interview. Her brilliance is shown here and this is from October of 2015, so this view outlines current events. This interview is a great one.

              RIP Sister Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

              • Shanequa says:

                @ Brother Timothy
                Thank you for sharing the information.

              • Sharon53 says:

                @Timothy,
                Thanks for sharing this video of Dr. Welsing showing how brilliant she really was. I was very saddened by her passing. I loved this video so much that I am listening to it for the second time. I love how she speaks on how we are allowed to only talk about the symptoms of the problems. Until we deal with the root cause, a solution to the problems will be elusive. Another profound statement is when she says there is hardly any collective self-respect. She mentioned about us not really not knowing any better about our situations and that is so true but also scary. I have seen a lot of that. You know we have to be ‘totally out to lunch’ if we can’t see there is a big problem with all the outright killings of black men, women and children, discrimination is down in our faces when it comes to getting jobs, loans, justice under the law, etc. Not sure any more what it is going to take for us to wake up out of this coma.

            • Timothy says:

              @Sister Shanequa

              You’re Welcome Sister. The video from Dr. Frances Cress-Welsing had amazing jewels in it.

              @Sister Courtney

              You’re Welcome Sister. 🙂 You’re always show magnificent wisdom.

    • Shanequa says:

      @ Courtney H
      Thank for this information I just now finding out she passed by your post. I read her book “The Isis Paper” twice. A lot of our great black historians & sociologist are passing away.

    • Sharon53 says:

      @Courtney,
      Thanks for sharing this video. For once, Harvey acted a little more sane on this video without all the profanity. I agreed with most of his comments about Dr. Welsing.

      • Timothy says:

        @Sharon53

        You’re Welcome Sister.

        Dr. Frances Cress Welsing’s video was very instructive indeed. Without black collective self-respect, there is no liberation. You’e right on that point. She made the excellent point about finding the cause on why things are in the first place. The handwriting is on the wall, especially in our generation. There is high levels of Lead in Flint, Michigan (which has a high level of a black population) and the murder of black men, black women, and black children. So, we have to not sleep. Our enemies definitely don’t sleep on us.

        RIP Dr. Frances Cress Welsing.

        • Courtney H. says:

          @ Brother Timothy, Sister Sharon53, Sister Shanequa, and everyone else, here is Harvey’s take on the water situation in Flint, Michigan:

          Warning — this video contains a lot of profanity.

          • Timothy says:

            @Sister Courtney

            Good Morning Sister Courtney

            I have listened to Harvey’s video. The Flint, Michigan situation is a tragedy. The sad part is that authorities knew about this problem months before the Governor issued a state of emergency. So, that Governor is something else. High levels of lead in the water system (which can harm human beings for life) is a disgrace. The Governor issued policies that used emergency managers to take over the functions of Detroit (because of the recession). People have to get bottles of water in Flint. Harvey is right to expose the serious situation in he city of Flint. That is why many social activists want the Governor to be arrested or impeached. Rachel Maddow has reported on this story for a while. Many black people are suffering in Flint, Michigan. Many people should be charged for negligence and other charges. No one should suffer this poisoning in America or in any place on Earth. There should be federal aid in helping the citizens of Flint.

            The declaration of emergency should have happened a long time ago. It will take billions of dollars for Flint to be recovered in a high level. Months ago, studies exposing the problem have been ignored by many authorities. Governor Snyder is notoriously anti-union, pro-privatization, and he is just a reactionary. Babies are harmed by this lead. Snyder should be arrested and other authorities for this man-made crisis. This is why I do believe in a strong infrastructure in U.S. society. Snyder (who refused to release emails in relation to this issue) allowed some pastors to get water filers in August of 2015, but not others. He used quiet methods. This is a representation of foreknowledge and that is why the DOJ in investigating people in Flint. Criminal charges could be made. Families who are victims of this lead poisoning should be compensated. Harvey is right that when someone helps black people or the disadvantaged, then that person is a threat to the power structure.

            I will give my take on the Tariq video soon on the teacher.

            Stay Turned. 😉

  17. Alicia says:

    It happened again today. Just as I think things are changing. In a meeting, I’m focused on the meeting. Not many people in the office today. I turn to a black guy on the team. I notice the vibe towards him from the White guy ( angry, republican white male) that he’s uncomfortable with his manhood or any attractiveness any woman( of course, black) would find in him. I then start getting vibes that I should be feeling like crap.

    Gay vibes toward the black male, an attitude that me, as a black woman, should feel unwanted. *sigh*

    While black women are walking around attacking each other, it’s like a serious NIGHTMARE out there. What is going on with white supremacists and their subtle obsession with black women? it’s weird and seemingly will never end.

    • lischelle says:

      Alicia, Try not to let it get to you…read below and work your own plan while krakkas work their own.

      Excerpt from “The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors” by Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

      What then is to be done? What short- and long-range strategies and tactics do Blacks need to employ in order to neutralize the ongoing white supremacy thrust for white genetic survival, which is achieved through Black infant, child and youth inferiorization? As an initial response to integration and face the difficult reality that most Black people prefer to ignore: you do not win a chess game if you have no knowledge of the exact objective and rules of the game. It is imperative that all Black people understand they are not in a benign environment of benevolence and support, and that the surrounding highly structures environment is deadly; a very specific warfare is being waged against Black and other people classified as non-white in this social system. Further, all must understand that the specific war is racism for the purpose of white genetic survival – by any and all necessary means, inclusive of chemical and biological warfare. (Chemical warfare is designer drugs, such as crack and PCP. Biological warfare entails the production of cultural and ethnic organisms in viruses such as AIDS.)

      Additionally, Black people must recognize the following points:

      1) The war of white genetic survival achieves a major effect through inferiorization or failed psycho-social development, creating dependency, negative self-image, negative self-concept and vulnerability.

      2) The war of white genetic survival attacks the functioning of Blacks in general, but most specifically attacks the Black male, as it is the Black male who most specifically threatens white genetic survival at a level the Black female is unable to approach.

      3) Blacks must learn to counter the thrust of white supremacy and Black inferiorization effectively.

      4) Blacks must discuss openly those means by which Black male infants, children and youth can be supported and developed maximally in order to counter the attack of white supremacy on Black male development and functioning.

      5) Black male infants, children and youth need their fathers constantly present to support the behavior and identity of Black male children. And, because of the historic removal of Black fathers from homes, classes are needed to promote high-level functioning of Black males in their roles as fathers.

      6) The white supremacy attack upon the Black male causes a collapse of Black family life and a distortion in the role of the Black female. This, in turn, causes a distortion and collapse of the support system for Black infants, children and youth, thereby beginning the process of inferiorization.

      7) Black must think about and openly discuss, not how to beg white people to stop racism (because white people will have to continue their efforts for white genetic survival), but instead, how Black people can organize their own behavior on an ongoing basis, specifically to neutralize white supremacy and its impact on the development of Black offspring.

      8) It is futile to beg white people to give grants and funds to foster the maximal development of Black people. To do so is to ask white people to commit white genocide.

      9) Blacks must be able to discuss openly the logical necessity for Black inferiorization in whites’ struggle for white genetic survival.

      10) The singing of “We Shall Overcome” will not combat white supremacy or Black inferiorization any more than singing any song will help to solve a problem in medicine or physics.

      11) Immature and overwhelmed fathers and mothers cannot promote psycho-social development and counter Black inferiorization in the next generation.

      12) Single female teenagers cannot promote psycho-social development in male or female offspring. And, most certainly, they cannot develop male offspring. They only can prepare these male offspring to spend their lives in penal institutions, while preparing their own daughters to become teenage mothers.

      13) No Black female should become a mother before 30 years of age. No Black male should become a father before 35 years of age. Each Black family should have no more than two children, no closer together than three years apart. And, both Black males and females should, at a minimum, complete high school and become fully self-sufficient before marriage and parenthood. These structures are specifically for the purpose of countering the thrust for Black inferiorization and failed psycho-social development, under the conditions of white supremacy.

      14) Maximal development of the collective Black genetic and constitutional potential will take place by the efforts of Black people alone – through their knowledge, understanding and behavior.

      It is my hope that eventually every Black person in the healing profession will master an understanding of the etiologic chain that leads to Black inferiorization. Furthermore, it clearly would be to the benefit of Black people if Black professionals, in their efforts of healing, pass on this knowledge to their Black patients – enabling the patients to neutralize the impact of white supremacy on their lives and achieve a development of their Black genetic and constitutional potential, second to none.

      • Phazex_Female says:

        @ Lischelle:

        “Spot on.” And I especially agree with numbers 5, 8, 10 and 11. But again, with many of these EGO and ARROGANCE play continuing roles in this besides white supremacy.

        And again, Spirit loves a humble person.

        Phazex_Female

      • alicia356 says:

        I don’t think I got to see your reply. Thanks. It’s a struggle, hopefully one day soon I won’t have to rely on any sort of toxic workplace to be able to put food on my table & a roof over my head.

  18. BillyDe says:

    LOL HAHAHA Whoever wrote this article is funny. You make me giggle, hee hee. Is this an April Fools joke? hee hee.

    > > > If not, you are so brainwashed about being the victim of racism it’s gotten to be quite funny, hee hee

    BLACK LIVES MATTER

  19. Courtney H. says:

    @ Everybody:

    Here is this video dealing with this issue:

    This is Harvey, so this contains a lot of profanity. Enjoy! 😀

  20. Michael Craddock says:

    Rather than complain about the lack of relations ships, understand that what is really happening is a continuation of the slave mentality that started long ago. We have been taught to feel inferior as a race for so long that we believe it. Need proof? What do you black ladies wear on your head? Someone else’s hair? Our biggest mistake has always been to seek acceptance in a white world and adopt it’s values. We are easily distracted by what we see on TV. Understand that the white world has always and will always portray us negatively. Arguing about black men with white women is not relevant to anything important. I have always believed that we have stayed here too long. How can we hope to become like white people until we adopt there real ways to take instead of beg for things. Independence is the only way. Black women have been lost to us black men since the first ship landed. That revolution we waited for never happened because our women will eagerly betray us every chance they get.

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ Michael Craddock

      Dialoguing about an issue is not “complaining” unless you want me to refer to your post in the same manner. I could also say you’re complaining about someone else complaining?

      I have a problem with black males ONLY pointing out the dysfunctional behavior of black females WITHOUT addressing their own issues.

      And when it comes to “hair” black males are just as self-hating as the black female. Black males went through a period of hair processing and Jherri-curling and perming and cutting their hair down to the scalp because as one brother told me, “I don’t like naps.” I have known black males who were attracted to black females primarily because their hair was long,

      As a black female who wears a medium length afro I have discovered that many black males do NOT like natural hair on black females. I got a lot more favorable attention when I wear my hair permed, so please, let’s dismiss this nonsense that black females are the only ones with hair issues.

      Your statement —

      “How can we hope to become like white people until we adopt there real ways to take instead of beg for things?”

      I do not “hope” to become like white people. Perhaps that is your goal, certainly not most of the people who come to a blog like this

      As far as black females “betraying black males every chance they get” — that speaks VOLUMES about YOU, given the FACT that black females are the most loyal support system black males have.

      I won’t even list the many ways that black females CONTINUOUSLY rescue black males. I won’t tell you how many adult black males are living with (or off) some black female be she momma, grandma, auntie, cousin, sister, or lover. I won’t tell you how many black females are the ONLY ones to put money on the “books” for incarcerated black males and not their male “homies” and how many “save black men” movements were ACTUALLY started by black females and that the majority of marchers are black females. I won’t tell you how many black men tell me they owe EVERYTHING to their mothers, that she raised them and put them through school. I’m not knocking black fathers, there are good ones out there. My point is you cannot build your self-esteem (or ego) on the backs of others.

      It is obvious that you have a tremendous amount of work to do on YOURSELF. I suggest you devote more time to that.

  21. alicia356 says:

    I just had to share some experiences related to this topic that I am still UNBELIEVABLY dealing with. I keep waiting for it to stop amongst certain white males at my job or that I come across while out and about yet it just keeps happening. Are we as black women really supposed to walk around feeling like crap and feeling jealous of asian, hispanic and other women? This is how White men often come at me as if they expect and desire me ( because I’m a black woman) to feel horrible about myself and feel jealousy towards Asian and other races of women.

    Just when I think the bull has ended then it starts up right again.

    I know black men can face police brutality or other violent forms of discrimination however in my experiences around whites, it’s black women that White supremacists come for and focus on. That’s just what I’ve seen around me.

    They want black women maligned.

  22. alicia356 says:

    Also, someone needs to be clear with younger black women that it’s a media trick and LIE to make it seem like black men by and large interracialy date and is a huge white supremacist LIE! Interracial couples are focused upon by the white supremacist media because this is what they want. it’s not truth though at all! Most black male athletes and celebs and everyday men are with black women! Most people of all races prefer their own.

  23. Twalk says:

    I literally googled this because I’m soooo tired of seeing black men with everyone else but a black Woman on commercials. I though am I the only one noticing this! It really pisses me off. I see every other race in a commercial with their own when it comes to representing the family.

    I know the shows you are referring to however I don’t watch them and never will. I love this article because it speaks to everything I’ve been thinking and have noticed. I hate the divide I see especially being a dark skinned woman. I wish people would wake up know their self worth and realize that there is an agenda against them.

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ Twalk

      Posts like yours and the reason I write blogs like this. To help others realize they are not alone in their observations and feelings and to encourage those who don’t see to open their eyes.

      The evidence of the WAR AGAINST THE BLACK FAMILY is everywhere. The white mainstream media — which is a very effective tool of white supremacy — is dedicated to turning the black male and black female against each other

      that is the major method to conquering our self-esteem and sanity.

      Sadly, from what I have seen most blacks either do not care or are so lost and brainwashed they have zero protection against the psychological and spiritual assault being waged against black people.

      Please share this post and have that conversation with other black people, in particular, black females because we are COOPERATING with our own degradation and invisibility by supporting TV shows, movies, artists, and sponsors who deliberately degrade us

    • alicia356 says:

      I have worked in corporate America for a long time and while I did not see this occurring when I was around Whites when I was younger, as an adult I see a lot of white supremacy has to do with maligning black women. I have seen, witnessed with my own eyes where white men try to persuade black men to shun black women/girls. In fact I have faced it and witnessed it. I am on a team where there are like 5-6 black men yet I am the only black woman. White supremacists like to focus on black women/girls to hate on and malign. It’s scary but the truth. What you see playing out in the WHITE media represents what white supremacists want. I do not watch the white media in any way because in so many different ways, it represents the racial issues behind those whites producing the media. I would recommend you stay away.

      It has also been mentioned before that many white males see themselves in competition for black males. They want to homo-sexualize black men and do anything so that black men do not want black women.

      It’s scary and that’s why I have lessened the time I spend among whites.

  24. Willie Jackson says:

    They would never make a Jewish show LIKE HOW TO GET AWAY the WITH MURDER. THE face of a black female. Or SCADEL. The face of a black female. EMPIRE this show is just disfunctional & BEING MARY JANE. This one is about how many men one black women can sleep with. Jewish people don’t degrade themselves like we do with shows like, FRIENDS, BLOSSOM and do not forget the show Cheers.

    • Trojan Pam says:

      @ Willie

      You’re right. The vast majority of Jewish images are positive and humane. They have become the STANDARD for all humanity. It is no accident that the majority of black images are openly OR secretly denoting some type of inferiority when it comes to intelligence or character. IT is also no accident that whites/Jews control ALL our images.

      What we can do about it is to STOP FINANCIALLY SUPPORTING THOSE IMAGES. But it is difficult to get us to make even one small sacrifice to help ourselves.

  25. Darkseid LoA says:

    Its all propaganda, to sway the younger generation into swirl politics. U.S Census shows most black men (80%) are married to black women. In reality this is the last ditch effort Elijah Muhammad discussed, and No I am not Muslim. I just read alot. Elijah Muhammed sayed the white man would offer the white woman (kryptonite) as a last ditch effort to destroy the black family. Black women and men need to start IGNORING ESAU or the pale deceiver! All they do is lie. Their goal is to cause discontent, suffering, and disharmony among us, because they know they are dying. U.S. Census bureau states Latinos population growth is 28%, Asians 26%, Nubian people 8%, while Caucasians are below 2%, which translates into a non-sustainable population growth rate. This is also happening in every European country i.e. (Russia, France, Amsterdam, Sweden, Italy, etc.). In essence as Public Enemy said: “Don’t, Don’t, Don’t believe the hype!” Focus on black love, forget about Caucasians, well you could prep for the Apocalypse, but that would be it. You know water, food, underground shelter etc. THese pale deceivers are planning WWIII cause they are facing extinction. They would rather destroy the world than live in the Fear of A Black Planet! The Second Sun is appearing worldwide, The water level is rising world wide, All of the earthquakes, sinkholes, and whether indicate things are escalating, but its all in THe Bible.

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