Quote of the Day

Race does not exist.  In biology there is nothing in our genetics that defines us by a specific race.  “Race is a social construct.”.  If we as human beings want to rid this world of prejudice, stereotypes, and profiling then we must first understand where it all comes from.  It is a creation by the powers that be to keep us divided.  Every population in every part of the world has divided themselves into sub categories within their region in order for a section of people to feel superior to another.  But we must accept that we are one species.  We must appreciate and celebrate our differences.  But not let ego and pride regin over our humility.  We must change our thoughts and hearts.  It is not an issue that can be solved by taking physical action based on an emotional reaction.  But an issue that can be resolved by rational thinking.  Yes, there are many instances of injustice based physical appearance.  But we must overcome and continue to move forward.  In the end, only love can destroy it all.  

This is not a quote from a man who grew up in a predominately black culture and environment, but a man who is a conscious human being.  A rational, logical man who has hope for an even better future than today.  Progress is a slow process but it’s getting better everyday. 


Food For Thought:  Homicide Rate Is Down

According to the FBI data, homicide in the US is at its lowest rate since 1963.  A mass shooting is defined as a shooting that involves 3 or more deaths.  If this I the case then why is the media trying to portray an idea that mass shootings are an epidemic right now in this country.  Please read this article below and put thought into it.


Research Topic of the Day:  Zero Point Energy 

This is a new installment for my blog where everyday I want to mention a topic that I feel everyone should know.  Instead of me writing in detail about it I will like for you (the reader) to research it on your own.  These topics will be interesting, stimulating, and will open you mind to different perspectives.

With that being said, today’s topic of ease arch is Zero Point Energy. 

Do Not Be Fooled:  My Thoughts About Jessie Williams’ Speech 

Do not be mislead by the illusions we see on tv.  By now most have heard and have some sort of emotional response to Jessie Williams’ speech last night on the 2016 BET Awards.  Somethings I agree with like police brutality (for all cultures) and some I do not.  But what I want to talk about is the background of the person delivering the message and the stage as to which it was deliver.  

Firstly, BET is a channel dedicated to black people.  The programming and commercials are prodominately black actors.  It was started by Robert L. Johnson in 1980 and became a full time 24 hour channel in 1983.  Then in 2001 Johnson sold the company to Viacom.  The same company that owns MTV.  So basically the programming that is on MTV is copied and pasterd to BET but with all black actors and tv personalities.  It’s all about business and increasing profits, while at the same time dumbing down society.  There is no foundation in uplifting or educating anyone on black culture.  Thus the name, Black ENTERTAINMENT Network.  I personally find it ironic that a speech talking about racism was spoken on a channel that was sold by a black man to a majority owned white corporation.  For me, because of that reason, I do not watch BET.  I do not agree with the hyprocracy of the channel.  We have to stop and educate ourselves about these topics.  

I also find it hard for me to speak about racially charged issues as well.  Yes, I grew up in a prodominately black neighborhood.  But I also had friends of other ethnic backgrounds.  I have dated, was married too, and I am currently with a white woman.  I have no preference as to which ethnicity I date.  My children our mixed as well.  Based on my personal experiences growing up I can identify with issues of profiling and stereotyping.  But I will never consider myself as being a victim of racism.  I feel that is disrespectful to those who came before me, such as, my grandmothers generation.  I have never experience anything closely related to what they may have been through.  Therefore, I can not compare my self and my current world to theirs.  I speak only for me.

To bring all this back to the speech that was given last night at the 2016 BET Awards, I have to question the person who gave the speech.  I do not want to negatively discredit him but only ask, how can a person whose mother is of Sweedish descent, speak about black women.  Yes is message was encouraging and I applaud it but he did not grow up with a black woman as his mother so what is his influence.  He has every right to have an opinion and speak positively about black women or any other culture of women.  But it makes me wonder who is Jessie Willaims and what is his background.  What are his experiences with racism that has brought him to these opinions.  Maybe he experienced racism at Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island.  His father is of African and Native descent.  His family were slaves so he has heard their history and he has also received formal education from Temple University.  There he majored in African Amercan studies and Filmakimg.  Can we honestly believe this man cares about the issues he is voicing or does he have another agenda? 

Do not allow the media, television, the elites, or anyone to influence you.  Question everything you hear or see and question everyone who speaks.  This includes myself.  Research everything that I have spoken of.  The plan is to divide and conquer.  They want us distracted and in conflict with each other over meaningless issues.  While the real issues continually get ignored.  It’s not black people that are slaves, WE ARE ALL SLAVES!  We are slaves to debt, society, and the elite rulers of this world.  If you want to be mad then be mad about that.  Be mad at the REAL issues. 

Poem of the Day: Bonnie Found

It took a while but my prayers have been answered.  I’ve finally been blessed with a woman who is nothing less than spectacular.  This whole thing, I thought would have never occurred.  I’ve found my partner, my loyal best friend.  The person who helped put me back together again.  No longer am I damaged.  I now feel like a champion.  Someone who has conquered all the obstacles on my quest of finding the greatest woman for me that I could have imagined.  I swear like All 4 One or maybe more like Savage Garden that “I dreamed you into life”.  This is all without question that our paths crossed for a reason.  This is way beyond being destined.  God put us together because this is all part of a master plan.  A grand design that we may not understand.  But this journey I will ride with you until the end……  I am lucky and deserving to have you in my life.