It wasn’t permitted for Blacks to read or write back in the Slavery Days. That left the Slave Masters and their families alone to learn. What they learned was all part of the Willie Lynch letters….Link provided below for you to read the Letter. This is what blacks mean by…You destroyed our entire culture….and fed us what you wanted. By the time we were allowed to read…Our culture was long gone, you totally revamped the truth and the Slave Master didn’t know what the truth was either!! So even if we were to meet a Sympathetic Slave Master….he wouldn’t have no truth to tell.   #GameOver (( http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/Perspectives_1/Willie_Lynch_letter_The_Making_of_a_Slave.shtml ))

The Willie Lynch Letter was designed to keep people separated by race, size, age, etc etc. This was supposedly designed for the Slaves….but the Slave Masters didn’t understand that they were a part of the whole plan. They were convinced that they were the Superior Race. Convincing them that,…. would enslave Blacks and others beyond the physical slavery for many years. The things we are seeing now are proof of it.

Now back to the original question ….Why don’t they understand what Blacks are going through?….It’s simple!!  They were mis-informed on purpose to create that separation. The entire education system was designed to keep a group ((actually everyone)) mentally held back. Now that the truth is coming out….it’s hard for most whites to have this conversation. We can even start with the Bible itself….((But I might hurt some feelings))… It’s really hard for the average person to admit they were wrong….so imagine having to admit to a race that we treated you horribly?? We honestly don’t want an apology….we are just trying to warn you that you’re a slave too. Mentally enslaved. Racism is a learned behavior…and it’s stilled being taught. This might force some to hate their Grandparents or whomever teaching the behavior. In fact look up Jane Elliot. She can tell you…and she’s Caucasian. It’s time we talk my White Friends!!  #WakeUp


Notes: Look up…..Willie Lynch Letter & Jane Elliot

Yes…we will all agree that King James is one of the best Players to ever play the game…..BUT…..this is a team sport. You win the game as a TEAM. Not as an Individual. I am a little bias because I am a Heat fan so I didn’t like his departure….but I’m no idiot either. I would have never left The Heat to go back to a team that it will only be you leading the team. I said to myself……”the only way Lebron can be mentioned in the same sentence as Jordan….is to win this Finals”….and that he did not. Better luck next time Bro.



Rachel Dolezal  has taken over the WEB & AIR WAVES. To me, this issue is a non-factor but some are making the most of it. I have learned over the years that this is the time to watch our Politicians and Policies. This is the time that garbage policies are pushed across the table on us. They even notify everyone but if we are distracted on BS,….we will miss it. Let me do my research and see what’s being pushed over on us. Peter Bailey, of Nite Cap, reminded me of this tactic.


Post PicRemember that show we did when we talked about:

  1. How Much Should a Wedding Ring be?
  2. How many times per week show we have sex?
  3. How many times should you cook dinner at home?
  4. How many times do you forgive a person for the same sh-t?

Well here it is….Just for you! All you have to do is press play, sit back & RELAX!


Because of “our” President, many things exist today. ((“Our” refers to The United States of America)) To include Black Music Month…..So this month ,…June…..is for us to celebrate the contributions that Black Music has brought and still brings. Here it is from POTUS himself.

“NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim June 2015 as African-American Music Appreciation Month. I call upon public officials, educators, and all the people of the United States to observe this month with appropriate activities and programs that raise awareness and foster appreciation of music that is composed, arranged, or performed by African Americans

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-ninth day of May, in the year of our Lord two thousand fifteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-ninth.”