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Negative Nancy Strikes Again!

Negative Nancy Strikes Again!

When Negative Nancy strikes, look out! Because if you even thought for a minute that the black race could lift itself out of its current situation as an underclass, she will make sure to tell you that we can’t, and then use statistical evidence (which we all know can be manipulated and used to spin the narrative of the data collector), as proof that you can’t now, and will never attain any kind of social, political or economic power, unless you get a…

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Building a Nation Full of Rotten Apples

Building a Nation Full of Rotten Apples

Rotten Apples: the Barriers to Black Progress Can you start a new nation with drug addicts, rapists, murderers, pedophiles, prostitutes, gang members and/or drug dealers? How about those that don’t see color or think that blacks coming together to build something while excluding other races is racist? Is constant prayer to God to deliver us without putting in the work going to free us from our oppression? Will race mixing help strengthen the black race or kill it from within? Can…

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365 Free Food Giveaway!

365 Free Food Giveaway!

Yes, you read it correctly. There is free food, ready for the taking 365 days a year and it’s not sponsored by the government nor is it a food pantry handout. No WIC or food stamps needed. So, who’s giving away this food? God is, that’s who (aka mother nature). As a society in general, we have become dependent on others to feed us whether it is the grocery store owners, farmers, restaurant owners or the government. Growing up in…

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Pan-African Congress 2017

Pan-African Congress 2017

Get your ticket to the 9th Annual Pan African Congress held in Atlanta, GA on August 12-13, 2017. The Pan-African Congress will feature the most important thinkers and activists in the Pan-African Community. Together, our honored speakers will chart an agenda across all 9 areas of life for the entire movement! Elders over 65 and youth under 18 get in free!  

White Supremacy is Helluva Drug

White Supremacy is Helluva Drug

The black driver in this video clip from the documentary, The One Percent, is a classic example of the self-sabotaging mindset of Africans of the diaspora. This kind of dangerous thinking has made black people a group of enemy loving fools who think that treating those who use and abuse us with kindness, patience, love and understanding will eventually result in them treating us with “equality” and giving us a share the wealth. Well, you will be waiting my friends. That kind…

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Did Obama Block Reparations for Black People? Yes, he did.

Did Obama Block Reparations for Black People? Yes, he did.

Claud Anderson, bless his heart, sued the government for reparations for black folks – even used $250K of his own money to fund the effort. Interestingly enough, a settlement was reached and the Obama administration blocked it – no soup for you! So glad, so sad. I guess now we have to stop begging for reparations and move on (sarcasm). And maybe black people will stop worshipping the first biracial president of the United States, who by the way, did nothing to…

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Donald Trump is President?

Donald Trump is President?

A lot of people were surprised that Donald Chump was elected President of the United States in 2016. I wish I could say the same, but nothing surprises me these days. Whomever will help the elite 1%er’s agenda will be the one that gets the post. After all, that was the reason for putting Barack Obama in that role. No, it’s not because whites like us now or are colorblind. Anytime that whites are promoting and backing a black or…

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Are Blacks Three Fifths of a Person?

Are Blacks Three Fifths of a Person?

There is a common perception held by blacks in America that the U.S. Constitution declared all slaves (Africans) only three-fifths of a person, because of their perceived inferiority to whites. Many pro-blacks and conscious chitlin circuit lecturers also operate under this misconception, as I’ve heard them say this many a times. However, this interpretation is false. The truth of the matter is that the African slaves (or blacks) were not considered people at all, but property like cattle; a mere means to an…

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