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Wednesday, July 09, 2014

The REAL Reason Why Ray Nagin Is Being Charged With Corruption

  I suspect that this situation is what has been called a "high tech lynching".  Mr. Nagin pointed out some truths doing Katrina. All "Black" people should remember how the "status quo" responded slowly to the Katrina situation. It was one of those ripples in the system of White Supremacy that wakes many of its victims up (all eyes were wide open) to what the system is and how it works. Nagin's efforts by taking it to the media, forced the "powers that be" (who are made up of extremely smart and powerful White Supremacists) to put some "pep in their step" because the whole world was watching. Nagin's use of words prompted them to respond with the help that was needed. He exposed them for who they are. He pointed out their Racism. And for them to have a "Black" male in the position that he was in, thinking like he thought, was detrimental. I'm speaking of the connections he had made with other people in the areas of Economics and Politics.

  The true meaning of "Black" Power means that "Black" people in political positions would have the power to bring justice to the people in their prospective jurisdictions. Nothing more than a dream. "Black" power doesn't exist for long in a system of White Supremacy. "Black" power is resstance to White Supremacy. Today the "status quo" promotes the idea that "Black" power means the same thing as "White" power. Any fool that does a little research will find that it doesn't. History is best qualified to serve those who do the research.

  There has been and continues to be a long standing pattern where "Black" politicians of big cities are viewed as corrupt (or some kind of criminal), especially the "Black" conscious ones. When I say "conscious", I mean that they are the ones among us who are constantly aware that there is a system of White Supremacy working against "Non-white" people. This is opposed to the unconscious mentally dead state that most "Non-white" people are in and aren't aware of unless there's a ripple.

 Even then their awareness is brief. White Supremacy lulls them back into a coma. The system works fine because everyone is in constant co-operation with it. It's like a smooth pond of water. Nice and calm because everything is going according to plan, until there's a ripple.

Those of us who've learned about thousands of ripples remain awake, and constantly try to point them out to the masses, but the "status quo" distorts our images in the eyes of the masses with various forms of Propaganda. Ray Nagin used the truth in an attempt to get justice for the "chocolate city" and the Racists punished him for it. The Racists (White Supremacists) have a pattern of doing this with "Non-white" people who are popular, are involved in politics, and speak against the injustices of Racism (White Supremacy).

Marion Barry  former mayor of Washington DC and a Counter Racist, set up on video tape smoking crack with an incorrect government informant. He is known to have done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Kwame Kilpatrick  former mayor of Detroit and a Counter Racist, brought up on charges of corruption. He is known to have done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Sheila Dixon former mayor of Baltimore, "a city jury found her guilty of stealing roughly $500 worth of retail gift cards intended for the needy." I suspect that she has done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Leslie Thompson  former mayor of Jonesboro, LA sent to jail for recommending and voting along with other city council members to have his wife fill in as a temporary mayor in his absence. his attorney said that having a wife fill in as mayor is a common practice in their area. Altogether now
R-I-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S  I strongly suspect that he has done constructive things for the "Black" collective.
Tony Mack former mayor of Trenton NJ, charged with corruption. I suspect that he has done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Larry Langford  former mayor of Birmingham, AL, charged with bribery and fraud. I'm sure they went after him just because it's Birmingham!!! I suspect that he has done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Bill Campbell former mayor of ATL, charged with corruption and tax evasion. Corruption charges were dropped, but he was convicted of tax evasion.  I suspect that he has done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Patrick Cannon  former mayor of Charlotte NC, set up by undercover enforcement officials 114 days after he was elected. He was charged with accepting bribes from them. I suspect that he has done constructive things for the "Black" collective.

Read the comments in the above videos about Ray Nagin and you'll see that the system is fully functioning with no interruptions....... until the next ripple.

Stay Strong In The Struggle to Replace White Supremacy With Justice.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Notes on "Black" Love?

As I write this I sit in a small corner in the Intensive Care Unit of a San Francisco hospital. I have two chairs that I propped together. They've served as my "bed" since Thursday. I don't have a change of clothes. I can't stand being here. Nothing here but sickly people, germs, and machines. The machines are constantly beeping. At times there's so much beeping going on that its a symphony. Only it sounds terrible. There's absolutely no harmony to it. They beep and the staff here is so numb to the sounds (or to busy) that they'll let the beeping go on and on for at least 15 minutes, or until you buzz them to come and stop it. I've resisted the urge to go and do it myself on many occasions, for fear that I might affect my "Wife's" condition negatively. And germs. Bacteria, viruses, etc, those invisible single-celled monsters that can lay you out in no time flat. They're so tiny that they can't be seen with your eyes only. But, you know that they're here, because of the hundreds of latex glove and hand sanitizer stations everywhere. I always find dried specks of blood somewhere. Usually on a wall or on the floor. "Do they carry blood borne pathogens (Google it!)?"is a question that I ask myself sometimes. And the people? what can I say? it's a hospital. When I walk to or from my "Wife's" room, I see light blue and flowery gowned people, tubed to machines. It's not a pleasant site. I've been in their situation before. In 1989, I was stabbed three times by rival gang members. Laid up in the hospital for two months. I was told that I would have died if I didn't make it to the hospital in the time that I did. People die here, for any reason that you can think of. Being a naive young Victim Of Racism, with absolutely no understanding of how the system worked at that time. I vowed that I would never come back to a hospital. Which brings me to "Black" Love. You may not be aware of the terrifying history that "Black" people have had with Western Medicine. Google terms "Bad Blood", the Tuskegee experiment, Dr. J. Marion Sims ( produced the majority of the medical information that they call Gynecology from experimenting on "Black" females), and others. see medical apartheid for more details.

Basically, I am a saying that I am here in this got damn hospital, because my "Wife" wants me to be by her side. I am here because I love her and believe that this how a "Husband" should show his love. I could be anywhere but here. She doesn't want to be here either. The problem is that so many people aren't used to seeing this kind of love. They aren't used to seeing a "Black" male sleeping in the corner of his loved ones hospital room. They are so not used to it that when they enter the room, some of them have a surprised look on their faces. Some of them will act as though, I'm not in the room as they talked to my wife about the "Visitor" in her room. Others will look directly at me and refer to me as her "friend" and / or "boyfriend". When certain doctors start updating her on her condition, and I start asking questions, they have this look on their faces like they're thinking "who the hell does this guy think he is?" Out of all of the medical personnel whom we've encountered, in the eight years that this ordeal has been going on, I remember only two people, who referred to me as her husband.

The rest don't mind referring to me as a visitor, friend, boyfriend, or associate, by mistake.

"I'm, her husband."

"Oh, I apologize."

Why don't they take the risk of assuming that I am her husband and then apologize if I am not?

Because seeing a "Black" male attempt to be a "Husband" / "Protector" to his "Black" female "Wife" in the hospital is so unheard of that it isn't the first thing that comes to their minds.

This is why I put "Husband" and "Wife" in quotes. I agree with the code when it says that when talking about "Non-white" people in a system of White Supremacy, we should be called "Attempted Wife" or "Attempted Husband", because were under domination and subjugation, everyone knows that we're just playing house, but rarely will they admit it.

And so, "Black" Love is attempting to be a "Husband" to your "Wife", while she is in the hospital, for heart disease, and everyone assumes that you don't have the "White man's Good House Keeping Stamp of Approval" which in this case, is commonly known as (c.k.a.) a Marriage Certificate, assume first that you are a "visitor".

I am here attempting to love my mate unconditionally the best way that I know how. Sacrifice. I am sacrificing my fears. My time and my energy. My mind coping with the noises of people moaning, and the beeps from the machines. My body enduring the pain from the insanity of trying to make a bed out of two chairs, barely getting any sleep. My tired feet coming out of these oxford style shoes, after two days of no air, made me almost sick. I didn't want to be here

It's a shame that it has to be called "Black" Love and not just love. But,unfortunately, while under the system of Racism (White Supremacy), no behaviors can or cannot happen without them being associated with your skin color and / or Racial Classification. If you think that they don't, then your understanding of what Racism is, and how it works, will continue to confuse you.

The word "Black" is associated with most things negative. Applied to my brown skin by a Racist Suspect named Blumenbach, it helps to desensitize the minds of people to my mistreatment. Its affect causes me to appear to be monster and / or monstrosity in the eyes of others. But,

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Are You One of The Effective Number?

The Counter Racist Family Wants You!

If you're sick and tired of being sick and tired from the affects of Racism (White Supremacy), its time to do something about it. Please read the section entitled  Facts About The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept on pages 14 to 18 in The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept  (textbook/workbook). Go ahead I'll wait while you read it.

Okay, do you now see how you can be apart of the Effective Number?

On page C, it is suggested that we read The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept  (textbook/workbook) "thoughtfully, and carefully", in its entirety at least one time. I suggest that you read it more than once. Because sometimes you can get more understanding out of things that you study and/or "read" more than once.

After you learn and start implementing this very important part of the code, you become apart of the Counter Racist Family.

How do you implement it?

You can start a blog.
Go to or

You can write a book.
Go to

You can make a video.
Go to

You can make a forum.
go to

You can make a webpage.

You can make a internet radio show.,, or

You can make a TV show.

Contact your local public access station

You can make a local radio show.

Do something....

Stay Strong In The Struggle To Replcae White Supremacy With Justice!

Thursday, March 20, 2014

12 Years A Slave: My thoughts on it. This is not a Counter Racist Movie review.

Is it too late to comment? I've heard a lot of "Black" people criticize this film.
Here is a story written by a "Black" male, Soloman Northrop, 161 years ago, whom most of you (unfortunately) wouldn't have heard of, if it weren't for another "Black" male, named Steve McQueen, making it into a film. This post is for the never satisfied. Those of you who cries (when you see a movie about the victimization of the "Jews", "Native Americans", "Japanese", etc) that no one makes a movie about our holocaust. Those of you who complain that the movie Roots didn't accurately describe the real brutality and treachery of slavery. Those of you who have a strong dislike for history and reading anything other than fiction. To you I say how and the hell are we going to get people (mostly our people) to know and understand what happened to our ancestors if people like McQueen, don't step up to the plate and make their stories into movies? This film helped many Victims of Racism pay their bills! More power to McQueen even though he is in a tragic arrangement.

Monday, March 03, 2014

About General Nat Turner

The tree they killed Nat Turner on.
I was researching Nat Turner (a victim of racism who re-acted violently towards Racism/White Supremacy) and found a picture of the tree that they hanged him from. While looking at that tree, a chill overcame me and all of sudden I could "see" his body swinging from it. It was shaking and jumping all around. I could hear the gurgling sounds of his voice. Then, I saw all of the slaves standing around, watching his breath leave his body. I saw their oppressors standing around them, holding weapons. I could feel the fear that was transferred into their minds, as their captors explained to them that they'd meet the same destiny as Turner, if they think about doing what he did. The fear from that image (forced into their minds) would last for centuries as it passed on from generation to generation as a warning to never fight against the injustice of White Supremacy.

The tree (which was probably used to lynch other Victims of White Supremacy before and after Turner) served as a reminder to them that torture and death are worse than being a slave. So they'd rather breath air and be slaves, than die to be free.That was brain-trashing in it's purist form. The threat of violence. Violence! Is the second tool of the Racists! The youth heard about that tree when the elders whispered about it in the fields. "Dat's da tree dey swung "General Nat"(as one 1831 newspaper called him) from. You bes' behave before you swing too!" Or something along those lines. Nat used violence as well! Killing "White" people everywhere.

He and his soldiers spared no one. They killed man, woman, and child. Like a Dr.Khalid speech turned real! Nat was a preacher too! He was what the Racists would call an "Uppity Nigger." The kind of nigger that could READ! That could WRITE! That could RITHMETIC! (see the second paragraph on page 41 Message To The Blackman by Elijah Muhammad)

The kind of nigger that can THINK! It's still a mystery to them today, "Who taught that nigger to think like that?" Oh they have theories, but from what I can see there's no evidence that shows how he learned the basics (reading,writing, and arithmetic) for thinking. An article on states that it was from his first slave master Benjamin Turner.

In the "THE CONFESSIONS OF NAT TURNER, THE LEADER OF THE LATE INSURRECTIONS IN SOUTHAMPTON, VA. As fully and voluntarily made to THOMAS R. GRAY" Turner is alleged to have said "The manner in which I learned to read and write, not only had great influence on my own mind, as I acquired it with the most perfect ease, so much so, that I have no recollection whatever of learning the alphabet—but to the astonishment of the family, one day, when a book was shown me to keep me from crying, I began spelling the names of different objects—this was a source of wonder to all in the neighborhood, particularly the blacks."

The fact is that they didn't want the slaves to get anymore ideas and they put a bunch of laws in place to help them keep the slaves from having another insurrection. Turner was extraordinary. He valued thinking! Even by today's standards when you think about the terrible state of mind that is possessed by huge numbers of "Black" people today (especially our youth).  

Huge numbers of us view thinking as though it is a difficult task or emotion, that is only to be used (when your paid to think for someone else). When asked to think for ourselves we whine "I don't FEEL like thinking, today, can I do it later?" Shaaaaame! shame! shame!

You're brain is the most powerful weapon on the planet. All you have to do is THINK!!!

General Turner when talking about his childhood, allegedly said "....when I got large enough to go to work, while employed, I was reflecting on many things that would present themselves to my imagination, and whenever an opportunity occurred of looking at a book, when the school children were getting their lessons, I would find many things that the fertility of my own imagination had depicted to me before; all my time, not devoted to my master's service, was spent either in prayer, or in making experiments in casting different things in molds made of earth, in attempting to make paper, gunpowder, and many other experiments, that although I could not perfect, yet convinced me of its practicability if I had the means." This slave was a scientist!

Anyway, I suspect that the majority of the slaves that died on that tree, were just as smart and bold as Turner. But they never got their goals accomplished, because of the Racists seeing that they had the kind of spirit that would inspire other slaves to be "free." 

The Racists not only hung him, but they skinned him as well. They made a purse out of his skin. Back in the 80's when the system was less refined, I saw a picture of it in a book produced by the Smithsonian Institute. The purse has "disappeared" these days.

I suspect that the tree remains. This tree and way too many others became symbols of fear in the areas where they still stand today. There are hundreds possibly thousands of such trees "from sea to shining sea."  Just being in the presence of the tree probably sent a great fear into the minds of those who resided in the surrounding areas. I'm talking about a fear that was passed on from generation to generation. One soldier (in General Nat's army) named Will, said that he would obtain liberty or loose his life, when Turner asked him why he joined their ranks.Will recognized that death was an inescapable event. He had no fear of death. So did Turner. 

When I was in the National Alliance Of Black Panthers, I had a phone conversation with a brother who knew of a "Hanging Tree",and wanted to organize people to destroy it. I was down with his idea, until it hit me "Why make the tree suffer, for what the Racists had used it's branches to do?" That tree had no choice. Removing it would destroy a history that should never be forgotten. 

Every hanging tree should be treated the same way that the concentration camps in so-called Germany are treated today. They are museums! The Jewish holocaust will never be forgotten.These trees should be treated as monuments. Plaques should be placed near them. 

The plaques should list the names of every Victim of Racism that hung from them.Some of them were the ones who had the guts to go against the unjust laws that held them captive. They had the nerve to go against the status quo to be "free." 

They knew before hand that they'd meet death, if caught, but decided that it was better than slavery. Many were smart. Their intelligence was a "fetish" to many Racist women. Some of them turned down the sexual advances of Racist woman, and were still accused of rape. 

Some others accepted those advances under secrecy, never knowing that if caught, she'd turn on them for fear of never being touched by a "White" man again. All females are attracted to smart males, no mater what their skin color. These "black" males (and some females too) died for the cause of Racism (White Supremacy). They were killed so that we could fear. 

But, we could easily believe that they died so that we could say never again! And our offspring could learn about this holocaust merely be walking past the tree and reading the accompanying plaque.

If you know the location of these trees in your area, please comment below. I can list them on here. Then organize to get the plaques with the victims names on it, placed next to the trees.These trees should serve as reminders to help us overcome the fear of Racism (White Supremacy).

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Learn Something About Everything: Mobile App Basics

Try to learn something about everything. Take an interest in everything that happens, and in everything that exists in the known universe- from Page 65 in the area of Education, The United Independent Compensatory Code By Neely Fuller Jr.

What’s a mobile app?

A mobile app is a software program you can download and access directly using your phone or another mobile device, like a tablet or music player.

What do I need to download and use an app?

You need a smart phone or another mobile device with internet access. Not all apps work on all mobile devices. Once you buy a device, you’re committed to using the operating system and the type of apps that go with it. The Android, Apple, Microsoft and BlackBerry mobile operating systems have app stores online where you can look for, download, and install apps. Some online retailers also offer app stores. You’ll have to use an app store that works with your device’s operating system. To set up an account, you may have to provide a credit card number, especially if you’re going to download an app that isn’t free.
Data Plans and Wi-Fi: Two ways to access the internet from your phone
You can access the internet using a data plan tied to your phone service, or through a Wi-Fi hotspot. Phone companies generally charge a monthly fee for a data plan that can connect you to the internet.
Wi-Fi connections usually are faster, but you have to be in range of a hotspot to use one. Most public Wi-Fi hotspots – like those in coffee shops, airports, and hotels – don't encrypt the information you send over the internet and are not secure. Get tips for using public Wi-Fi.
To set up a home wireless network, you'll need to pay for internet access and a wireless router, and you’ll want to take steps to secure the network.

Why are some apps free?

Some apps are distributed for free through app stores; the developers make money in a few ways:
  • Some sell advertising space within the app. The app developers can earn money from the ads, so they distribute the app for free to reach as many users as possible.
  • Some apps offer their basic versions for free. Their developers hope you’ll like the app enough to upgrade to a paid version with more features.
  • Some apps allow you to buy more features within the app itself. Usually, you are billed for these in-app purchases through the app store. Many devices have settings that allow you to block in-app purchases.
  • Some apps are offered free to interest you in a company’s other products. These apps are a form of advertising. 

Questions About Your Privacy

What types of data can apps access?

When you sign up with an app store or download individual apps, you may be asked for permission to let them access information on your device. Some apps may be able to access:
  • your phone and email contacts
  • call logs
  • internet data
  • calendar data
  • data about the device’s location
  • the device’s unique IDs
  • information about how you use the app itself
Some apps access only the data they need to function; others access data that’s not related to the purpose of the app.
If you’re providing information when you’re using the device, someone may be collecting it – whether it’s the app developer, the app store, an advertiser, or an ad network. And if they’re collecting your data, they may share it with other companies.

How can I tell what information an app will access or share?

It’s not always easy to know what data a specific app will access, or how it will be used. Before you download an app, consider what you know about who created it and what it does. The app stores may include information about the company that developed the app, if the developer provides it. If the developer doesn’t provide contact information – like a website or an email address – the app may be less than trustworthy.
If you’re using an Android operating system, you will have an opportunity to read the “permissions” just before you install an app. Read them. It’s useful information that tells you what information the app will access on your device. Ask yourself whether the permissions make sense given the purpose of the app; for example, there’s no reason for an e-book or “wallpaper” app to read your text messages.

Why do some apps collect location data?

Some apps use specific location data to give you maps, coupons for nearby stores, or information about who you might know nearby. Some provide location data to ad networks, which may combine it with other information in their databases to target ads based on your interests and your location.
Once an app has your permission to access your location data, it can do so until you change the settings on your phone. If you don’t want to share your location with advertising networks, you can turn off location services in your phone’s settings. But if you do that, apps won’t be able to give you information based on your location unless you enter it yourself.
Your phone uses general data about its location so your phone carrier can efficiently route calls. Even if you turn off location services in your phone’s settings, it may not be possible to completely stop it from broadcasting your location data.

Questions About Advertising

Why does the app I downloaded have ads in it? 

Developers want to provide their apps as inexpensively as possible so lots of people will use them. If they sell advertising space in the app, they can offer the app for a lower cost than if it didn’t have ads. Some developers sell space in their apps to ad networks that, in turn, sell the space to advertisers.

Why do I see the ads I do?

Advertisers believe you’re more likely to click on an ad targeted to your specific interests. So ad networks gather the information apps collect, including your location data, and may combine it with the kind of information you provide when you register for a service or buy something online. The combined information allows the mobile ad network to send you targeted ads – ads that may be relevant to someone with your preferences and in your location.

Malware and Security Concerns

Should I update my apps?

Your phone may indicate when updates are available for your apps. It’s a good idea to update the apps you’ve installed on your device and the device’s operating system when new versions are available. Updates often have security patches that protect your information and your device from the latest malware.

Could an app infect my phone with malware?

Some hackers have created apps that can infect phones and mobile devices with malware. If your phone sends email or text messages that you didn’t write, or installs apps that you didn’t download, you could be looking at signs of malware.
If you think you have malware on your device, you have a few options: you can contact customer support for the company that made your device; you can contact your mobile phone carrier for help; or you can install a security app to scan and remove apps if it detects malware. Security apps for phones are relatively new; there are only a few on the market, including some with free versions.

Mobile App User Reviews

Can I trust all the user reviews I read about an app?

Most app stores include user reviews that can help you decide whether to download. But some app developers and their marketers have posed as consumers to post positive comments about their own products. In fact, the Federal Trade Commission recently sued a company for posting fake comments about the apps it was paid to promote.

Kids and Mobile Apps

What should I know before I download an app for my kids?

In a recent survey of mobile apps for kids, FTC staff found that kids’ apps might:
  • collect and share personal information
  • let your kids spend real money — even if the app is free
  • include ads
  • link to social media
What’s more, the apps might not tell you they’re doing it.
To learn more about an app before you download it, look at screen shots, read the description, content rating and any user reviews, and do some research on the developer. You also can look up outside reviews from sources you respect.

Are there ways to restrict how my kids use apps?

Before you pass the phone or tablet to your kids,  take a look at your settings. You may be able to restrict content to what’s right for your kid’s age, set a password so apps can’t be downloaded without it, and set a password so your kids can’t buy stuff without it. You also can turn off Wi-Fi and data services or put your phone on airplane mode so it can’t connect to the internet.
The best way to keep up with kids’ apps is try them out yourself and talk to your kids about your rules for using apps.

Friday, January 17, 2014

Happy Birthday To Muhammad Ali! He attempted to Counter Racism (White Supremacy) in His Prime and I am Greatful For His Inspiration.

"draft me? I'm a boxer, trained in sport, not to maim, destroy, or kill. War is wrong. Besides those people ain't done nothin' to me, no Vietcong ever called me Nigger, my enemy is right here in America....if I'm in a plane to drop a bomb, I'm liable to fly it over D.C.!"-Muhammad Ali

"Service to others is the rent you pay here on earth."-Muhammad Ali

Saturday, January 04, 2014

The Institute For Counter Racism Science site update

We no longer have use of the site shown in pictures here.

The Racist Suspects that own it decided to go up on the rent and my attempted wife, didn't want me to spend the money on it( and yes we could afford it). We argued and I lost. In order to avoid further conflict, I gave in to her. (Can one ever win an argument with a female?) Anyway this is a prime example of the "Black" female not supporting her attempted husband in attempting to do something constructive. See "Crabs in a barrel"

I'm still learning!!!