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Racial Divide

Racial Divide

  We are all victims and accomplices of this matrix melting pot. The illusion of race itself was created to justify the exploitation, oppression and slaughter of the various Native people who populated the lands in which the monarchs of Europe set their imperialistic aspirations. Yes, there have always been tribal, cultural distinctions and ethnic divides,  but racial hierarchy didn’t exist before the European’s maniacal reign on this planet. This planet and its “races” have been around for thousands upon thousands of years before there were ever anyone living in Europe and so we must be honest and acknowledge the origin and intent of racism. White supremacy continues to be at the foundation of our global society and as our global society becomes more complex, intricate and veiled so do the techniques and purpose of this racial divide in the world at large. Defining race and its hierarchy has allowed the global masses to accept the atrocities of the “explorers” (aka invaders aka pirates aka slave holding corporations) as just part of history and civilization’s natural immaturity. This is so very far from the truth. The race game was not only set in place to shackle, stunt and reduce the mind of the “colored” (All non whites were referred to as “colored” upon America’s first 300 yrs) into a subhuman being, but this calculating form of forced propaganda also classified the races in order to separate the working class whites from the “colored”, thus effectively producing a crab-in-a-barrel mentality where the hatred and envy which stem from the hierarchical division of racial barriers and skin pigmentation benefited the minority White wealthy class. The biggest fear of this 1% white wealthy class, whose still in control of our world, is that all of the exploited 99% would someday unite and topple the 1%. The ruling class has used white supremacy and its ideological and sociological implications to ensure racial divisions remain embedded in American culture. Strategic indoctrination was imposed onto both “Black” & “White” communities by the ruling elite business families in order to instill white superiority within the social construct and the maintenance of white supremacy in government, business, education and religion at large. The emerging free and cheap labor industries, which jump started the corporate colonies into becoming the mega rich world financial powers they are today, could have only maintained their control by traumatizing and mentally castrating the Black and Red man in America, along with provoking segregation between the “races” and instigating and then directing the blood spilling fear-hatred which brewed within the average White man of 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th century America.This was indeed an example of social engineering and business...

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A Movement Designed to Fail

A Movement Designed to Fail

Why was the 1960’s civil rights movement a failure? There is a difference between two things being equally valuable vs. being totally equal. Black people in America were marching and sitting in and doing some more marching and more sitting in…turning cheeks and getting slapped and turning other cheeks and getting slapped again while marching some more..They would get beat up here and there and then march some more. Water hoses, Billy-clubs and German police dogs were familiar during the 1960-1970’s civil rights struggle. Whites only counters, colored only drinking fountains, segregated department stores, overtly racist laws, etc..…of course America needed civil rights as the world did. During this era freedom was ringing the ears of resistance from Algiers to the Congo to South America to Southeast Asia global humanity was calling for equality and corporate accountability. The non violent movement was met with federal government intervention, support and direction while this same government used violence and terror to eradicate many other civil rights movements of the day. Non violence can only be an effective weapon of resistance if there is an economic threat involved to provide leverage and therfore instigate a shift in power. In the 60‘s bus boycotts became this prerequisite economic threat for change. This cry for freedom, equality and civil rights was pacified by the shiny illusions of integration and the systematic façade of freedom. Very similar methods of pacification can be found during the reconstruction era where grandiose ideas of equality and freedom were strategically dangled in order to galvanize the post civil war southern districts, stabilize government authority, disguise corporate agenda and control civil unrest. Once the new world was back in order the rights, positions and value of the free blacks who took government office in the South during the reconstruction era were cast aside. The concern over civil rights was suppressed for the next hundred years. The fear of anti-capitalists, race relations and the indoctrination of American imperialism at home and abroad remains prevalent in American society today. The propagandized red scare swept through the western world in efforts to keep communism from threatening capitalism’s social ethic stronghold in America’s British Empire. Whenever corporate capitalism is the foundation of society, imperialism soon follows. They remain hand in hand rationalizations that instigate global policing and foreign invasion. For the record, I understand communism as just being a more overt form of government control, so this isn’t a communist vs capitalist debate. This irony brings to mind a few lines in one of my first poems: “I am definitely not equal to that white man that can so viciously enslave another’s soul. I am definitely not equal to...

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Why does “Race” matter?

Why does “Race” matter?

  There was no such thing as a Puerto Rican, Dominican, Mexican, West Indian or Latino prior to slavery. Understand where your definition of self has evolved from and who has defined you. Melanin is the key and our genetic bloodline will reveal this. Our uniqueness is in our diversity because we are all shades of one color, that color which is devoid of all and all inclusive. Blackness; The depths of the soul and the universe; Dark matter. There was no such thing as a “white” or “black” man prior the 16th century! Men-women were classified in tribes, lands, states and general descriptors like Franks, Venetians, Vandals, Moors etc. Early white colonist knew this and in their efforts to conquer the people of the southern hemisphere and consolidate the mind, heart and agenda of their own European bloodlines they created divisive racial labels. These racial categories served to divide human kind into target groups of exploitation. The creation of the race provided justification for the slaughter of millions, the stealing of massive amounts of riches from the “darker nations” as well as inventing a united purpose for the White man who continued to compete among themselves (Africans, Asians and Indians  were eventually all defeated by germs and guns) for the control of the world’s natural resources and trade routes. Research how this racial divide came about. A good start is to research what was going on in the “intellectual circles”  at the time in England. The Bavarian Brotherhood (1776) was founded with an overt ideology of global domination. About a century later organizations like the The Fabian Society emerged during the industrial revolution and suddenly became  leaders of the labor movement.  They firmly believe in slowly progressing imperialism through subversive techniques and covert attacks. The Fabian society is named in honor of the R0man General Quintus Fabius Maximus. His Fabian strategy used attrition and harassment tactics rather than head on battles with the great Africa military genius known as Hannibal. They cloak  agendas like avatars and their wolf in sheep clothing symbol perfectly describes their ideological approach to the rest of the world. These social Darwinist are just one of the many organized think tanks which thrive off of trickery, deceit and illusion. The scramble over the “colored” world was a criminal free for all. The industrial revolution organized these criminals into cartels and blood-lined brotherhoods. This made the chess game color coded long ago, like the pieces pushed on the board. The proud imperialistic off spring of royal pirates, slaveholders and snobbish bankers began to build organizations,  foundations and spark movements on both sides of all social networks available. Socialist organizations, revolutionary groups, labor parties, civil rights groups, woman’s rights,...

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