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The Pro-black Commandments

I often hear blacks use the term pro-black and wonder what does it really mean.  Some say that pro-black means spending with your own race; while others say it means not working for the white man at all.  I have concluded that the last thing a black man can afford is over spending or not working for the white man.  How many blacks have successful businesses and can afford to hire another black enough wage to care for his family?  While it maybe a few; it is definitely not enough.  So how are we realistically supposed to accomplish “pro-black.”  We can’t while we might want to fatter ourselves into thinking it’s possible to manage a family and get ahead relying strictly on our successful brother or sister, it’s by no means possible at this point, and if someone’s tells you differently, I suggest you verify that he or she is totally “pro-black.”  More than likely they are supported by white dollars, and depending on your dollars for their achievement and success.  Don’t believe the hype.

While I support the idea of advancing black dollars and business; I have to be realistic and say, “we are not there yet.”

Let’s put this in perspective.  I have heard many “leaders” say don’t deal with the white man.  Don’t friend him, don’t spend with him and some have even said don’t accept his money.  However, after closer observation I find that most of these so called “leaders happen to deal very closely with the white man and his dollar.  For funding, platforms, and even collaborate with them whenever possible.  I even saw one brother that was having a hard time making money on YouTube as “pro-black” say, he was going to get a job.  From the white man.

So let me get this straight.  We are the one race with the most challenges, then any other race; but suddenly we can afford through generational wealth, to follow the pro-black commandments.  Don’t buy from the white man or sell to the white man.

The strangest thing is when you try to deal with the “black community” it seems the only love they have for you, is hate.  They will pull the very mustard off your bread, and feed it to the dogs, just to witness your downfall.

Since when has the black community gotten so uppity that even if we thirst to death, we will not eat from the white man’s plate; yet we will not support the brother or sister, unless they bow down to you, “the white man’s puppet”.

I am so tired of hearing “what we need to do is this” and “what we can’t do it that.”  While these so called “leaders” sell us out for a dollar to “the man!”

The blind cannot lead the blind.

Do you brothers and sisters and when we get to the point that we can afford to do ourselves, we will.  But above all take care of your family the best you know how.

Peace and Blessings.

The Destruction of the Black Man

In, Michael C. Ruppert writes an article in ’99 entitled, “Blacks Were Targeted for CIA Cocaine It Can Be Proven.”  This article sets truth to understanding about the commitments to destroy the black community; that is often sentenced on the black and brown community.

Towards the beginning of his piece he states, “Leaving the unsupportable arguments aside, is there a supportable case that CIA directly intended for African-Americans to receive the cocaine which it knew would be turned into crack cocaine and which it knew would prove so addictive as to destroy entire communities? The answer is absolutely, yes.”

Hilary Hanson reported “Nixon Aide Reportedly Admitted Drug War Was Meant to Target Black People”.


So we know of the many obstacles that have been compiled to disenfranchise the black community.  The Prison Pipeline, as reported by, Carla Amurao on “Travis Smiley Reports” Carla Amurao worte an article entitled “Fact Sheet: How Bad Is the School-to-Prison Pipeline?”


Amurao’s fact sheet shows that the greater damages were done to the African American community, from suspension and expulsion to incarceration.

Then you add in the equation of African American families that are divided.

You begin to see the complexity of the situation.

It’s almost like a domino effect.  The community is barely surviving.

So it’s not something that is whispered in the ear of the elitist, it’s something that society has accepted for far too long.  The destruction of a whole race of people; without ever declaring a war against them, publicly.

This is why as black people, we must hold the flag of our people, so that our people can receive the determination needed to demand that this racist system is changed.  So that we as a race can say, “not one more”.  Not just in America, but throughout the world where black and brown people are being depleted.

We must demand our own education, our own representatives, and our own financial stability.  So that we might achieve the same success that so many other nationalities have been afforded; and yet and in still, have not fought obstacles such as the ones against the black community.

“I appreciate the work that the good cops do.”

“I appreciate the work that the good cops do.”

We must continue to encourage them to put a spotlight on the bad cops.  So that we can live in a community where everyone is treated the same and justice is delivered the same, regardless of race.  We need a equal justice system; that protects the innocence but allows a defendant their day in court.


I use to think Love was the most important word in the world, that it would solve all the problems in the world today.  I now believe its respect.  Not respect, that we feel is due to us, but respect for others.

Respect is the glue that keeps love from falling apart.