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Did Africans sell fellow Africans into Slavery? (Videos)

Are you tired of Racist and/or uninformed people using the line, “Well you all sold your own people into Slavery”? I thought you would be. But NOW you have a weapon… Whenever that comes up, Post this video as a response. Another Truth and Edutainment Production.

"Is Michelle Obama A Man?" The Racist Implications (video)

NB Commentary: So, let’s talk about the racism and its implications on why folks believe Michelle Obama is a man. I briefly mention it in the 5th video in this series but I want to develop it a little more in this video.   Let me start by saying….. Racism/White Supremacy is a disease that has infected everyone, Black and White. The controllers felt that it was time to step it up a notch so they invented Racism/White Supremacy to enhance their control over the masses. Folks need to check out Tim Wise, a white boy, who candidly talks about Racism/White Supremacy/White Privilege.


Humans have always been discretionary in their interactions with other humans. It started with clans and tribes. Back in the ancient times, for the most part, everyone was of the same ethnic group so there was no need to promote separation by ethnicity. They would just divide themselves into clan groups, you know, the Hatfield’s and the McCoys, Hausa and the Fulani.  When the world became smaller due to humans moving out of their respective covens, they began to fear loss. This fear of loss caused them to be even more selective and exclusive. With the advent of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade indigenous peoples who already had their own clan identities were shipped into the Western world among mostly Europeans and their descendants.
Europeans were just as tribal as the Africans but now they had a new threat. The African. In order to preserve their place and protect their fears, they created the notion of race and race superiority.  I am not going to mention the names of the forerunners of this ideology, except to say, that I know the story, but I sometimes forget the names. Mr. Wise could probably give you those names and dates.
Over time, White supremacy became the calling card and Africans were relegated to the level of the underclass, ignorant, stupid, moronic with no moral values and no religion. Making these statements part of the educational system gave the Controllers ample ammunition to sustain their power, their property, their ideology and their Supremacy.
Politics became the stomping ground for the perpetration of the myth of racism as they separated the people into two groups. Whites and coloreds. they further instigated the divide by demonizing anyone who would want to protect and/or see the coloreds as equals with inherent human rights.
That started with the so-called Founders of this nation, most if not all whom were slave owners.  The so-called Founders did not have women or coloreds in mind when they said “all men are created equal.” They only had themselves and other rich landowners and bankers in mind. The words are lofty and people want to say them, but the intent was far from it.
The electoral college was established, and in counting the population of the United States, the African was considered 3/5 of a man in order to gain representation during the process of selecting the President of the United states. Blacks were only included because the southern states had a large population but did not feel they were equally represented, because they were not counting the Negroes. The 3/5th’s of a man clause was added, and clearly demonstrates the racism/white supremacy of those in power at the time.
The next move was to get the whites to rally behind the political leaders, even to their detriment and even against their own interests, if it meant that they could be part of the White Brotherhood, or the perceived White Privilege that would be granted to them due to the color of their skin. I could go on but I don’t want to make this video too long.
The whole thing is so convoluted.
Now, today, they are trying to say the Trump is dividing America. They are projecting their racism/white supremacy onto Trump. He gets to be the sacrificial lamb when in essence racism was there long before he got to the white house. Racism is a part of American culture. It is embedded into it.  And it is insidious and well hidden in many respects, not all, but in many.
So, when Obama became president the US, it showed just how divided this country was.  Some would like to say, they are not racist, because they voted for Obama. But, if you read articles and comments under them, you can get an idea of how racist folks really were. I believe they simply voted for him out of their desire to show the world, they were ready to open their hearts and minds. Unfortunately, as soon as he started doing stuff they didn’t like that old shoe came hurling out of the closet.
But you know what? I believe it’s all part of the agenda. It’s like slicing in to a whole pie.  You take one slice at a time till it’s all gone. Obama was used to start the pie slicing. The Puppet masters knew about the deep seated racism in this country because they spent centuries planting it. So, the horrible stuff that came out after he won, along with the death threats, to the point that they had to give his limo with extra protection,  Folks have tried to jump the wall, they arrested skin heads who threatened his life, and the Tea Party/Birther movement emerged with Trump at the helm. Quiet as it’s kept, blacks are still fighting for equal rights as citizens of the United States and they have birth certificates stating they were born here.
Attacks by the police skyrocketed and then, throw in the numerous false flag shootings and blaming Obama for being a Muslim, and you are down to a very few slices left to completely divide the country.
Personally, living in this country every day, what they should be saying is that the Obama’s needed their heads examined for even putting their lives and their children’s lives in jeopardy. Folks claim they are not racist, but they don’t understand how we process racism nor have they been the brunt of it.
We know that to call Michelle a man because she has masculine features is racist and goes all the way back to the slave trade.  We know that exploiting our women and their sexuality goes back there too. We know that the model of beauty and femininity is that of a white woman. We know that saying Obama is married to a man is racist because they are saying he is not man enough too have a real woman.  We also know that the cry for Obama to defend his woman is a reminiscent of the many times, our men were not even allowed to defend their women and had to watch their women abused in the most horrific ways.
Why is it that they see African Americans, in the position of POTUS and FLOTUS and point out that they are using taxpayers money? It’s a slap in the face, as if to say they are welfare recipients, another racist slur.  But isn’t that what Presidents and their wives and families do. They are getting paid to lay their lives out there for the entire world to scrutinize and that is how this system is set up, to use Taxpayer’s money. They make bombs to kill people with taxpayers’ money.
We know that black manhood has been the brunt of racism from saying that Michael Brown looked like a big beast, and he scared the Police officer. to making Obama effeminate.
We know this, but today, many don’t realize that they are racist, and that’s why I am bringing the aspect of racism being the hidden reason that folks want to believe Michelle Obama is a man.
Racism has gone into the dark corner of this country’s mind. It has been glossed over, powder puffed, affirmative actioned, and regentrified in communities across America, however, it still exists, because It’s etched into the DNA of whites and blacks, here and around the world.  Whether they were a party to any of it, the Ancestors, black and white, were.
African Americans do not have the luxury of forgetting that racism/white supremacy exists in this country. We see it everyday in some of the most insidious ways. We know what it looks like. We brace ourselves for it whenever we interact with White folks.  We know that sometimes they just don’t realize they are being racist.  Some of us know, that giving us a White God to Worship, is the most racist thing that could have ever been done to the Black Man.
The only way to stop it is for White folks to step out of their denial and accept that it’s there. Like an old shoe left in the closet, collecting dust, it’s still there and that old shoe, when the individual feels the most threatened, will be hurled.  Whites will then have to examine the many ways they show it and stop it!
White folks have to face the ugly past of their Ancestors and examine the thousands of ways their Ancestors perpetrated racism/white supremacy and be honest that it ain’t all gone, there’s still some tentacles of it left in them.
And then, and only then will white folks be in the position to cut away the tentacles of racism/white supremacy. And they may need a little help from their black friends who can tell them that what they said or did was patently racist.
Divide and conquer is the name of the game. If you got this far in my video I am grateful, and I want to say to all of you. We are all human beings, we have one home, planet earth, we are all of one race, the human race. We have ethnic differences and some advantages, but we are all human and like my mom used to say…. “our behind holes all point to the ground.”
Links of Interest

Racist Cartoon Depicting The First Lady As A Man
By Black Fu on May 19, 2016
http://www.blackfu.com/racist-cartoon-depicting-the-first-lady-as-a-man/
10:44 AM – 13 May 2016


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https://twitter.com/GrrrGraphics/status/731132987547340800/photo/1
Racist Cartoon Compares An Angry Masculine Michelle Obama To A Happy Dainty Melania Trump  by Simone C. Porter
https://www.clutchmagonline.com/2016/05/racist-cartoon-attacks-michelle-obama-praises-melania-trump/
https://flavorwire.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/rupaul-drag-race.jpg
Check Out Ernestine Shepherd: The 75-year-old bodybuilding grandma
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https://www.thatsister.com/wow-these-black-female-body-builders-are-stronger-than-your-average-man/
Incredibly Muscular Female Competitive Bodybuilders
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DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING PREDICTED DONALD TRUMP’S VICTORY!!! (videos)

DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING PREDICTED DONALD TRUMP’S VICTORY!!!
Third generation physician and author of the Isis Papers, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing passed away in January 2016. Weeks before her transition she told her Cress Welsing Institute students that Donald J. Trump would be the next president of the United States. Her clairvoyance was a a product of her scientific brilliance and her unparalleled understanding of Racism/White Supremacy. It is a colossal loss not having her with us to dissect the results and take a bow for extra-ordinary forecast.
Third generation physician and author of the Isis Papers, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing passed away in January 2016. Weeks before her transition she told her Cress Welsing Institute students that Donald J. Trump would be the next president of the United States. Her clairvoyance was a a product of her scientific brilliance and her unparalleled understanding of Racism/White Supremacy. It is a colossal loss not having her with us to dissect the results and take a bow for extra-ordinary forecast.
Frances Cress Welsing (born March 18, 1935) earned a B.S. degree at Antioch College and in 1962 received a M.D. at Howard University. In the 1960s, Welsing moved to Washington, D.C. and worked at many hospitals, especially children’s hospitals. In her writing, Welsing discusses that white people are the result of a genetic mutation of albinism and are the outcast offspring of the original peoples of Africa. (Wikipedia)
Peace to a Warrior Scholar – Dr. Frances Cress Welsing
Posted by ALI JAMAL on JANUARY 5, 2016
Heavy hearts and open minds.

Open to a renewed sense of struggle, only brought forth by greater understanding…
Our dear sister, Frances Cress Welsing brought an energy only understood by the god within.  Her delivery was poignant, undeniable, critical, thought-provoking, painful, instructional, enlightening, and most importantly, empowering.
When the sister of 80 strong said peace to the nation, she left her imprint for truth, dialogue, and mass movement.

Let us a take a moment to remember our ancestor, honor her physical life as Frances Cress Welsing, read her words, watch her speak, and feel the greatness that she fought so valiantly to bring out of each and every one of us.
…rest from this realm, my sister, and bring forth the love and guidance you will forever posses.  We, your close and distant descendants and kin, say thank you. Your work was not in vain.

Louis C.K. – You cant take a People’s historical context away from them.

Louis C.K. – You cant take a People’s historical context away from them.

Early life
C.K. was born on September 12, 1967, in Washington, D.C.,[2][4][12][13] the son of Mary Louise Székely (née Davis), asoftware engineer, and Luis Székely, an economist.[2] C.K.’s parents met at Harvard University, where his mother was completing her degree in a summer-school program.[1] They were married at St. Francis Church in Traverse City,Michigan.[14] C.K. has three sisters.[15]
When C.K. was a year old, his family moved to his father’s home country of Mexico, from where his father had earned a degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico prior to graduating from Harvard.[14] C.K.’s first language was Spanish; it was not until after the move to the U.S. that he began to learn English.[16] He has since mostly forgotten his Spanish.[17] C.K.’s paternal grandfather, Dr. Géza Székely Schweiger, was a surgeon. Székely Schweiger was aHungarian Jew whose family immigrated to Mexico, where he met C.K.’s paternal grandmother, Rosario Sánchez Morales.[18] Sánchez Morales was a CatholicMexican.[17] C.K.’s grandfather agreed to have his children raised Catholic, but was (according to C.K.) “quietly Jewish”.[19]
C.K.’s mother, an American with Irish ancestry, grew up on a farm in Michigan.[20][21] She graduated from Owosso High School in Owosso, Michigan. She attendedUniversity of Michigan and graduated from Ohio State University Phi Beta Kappa. C.K.’s maternal grandparents were M. Louise Davis and Alfred C. Davis.[14]

At age seven, C.K. left Mexico with his family to move back to the United States and settle in Boston.[22] Upon moving from Mexico to suburban Boston, C.K. wanted to become a writer and comedian, citing Richard PryorSteve Martin, and George Carlin as some of his influences.[1] When he was 10, his parents divorced. C.K. said that his father was around but he did not see him much and when he remarried, C.K.’s father converted to Orthodox Judaism, the faith of his new wife.[19] C.K. and his three sisters were raised by their single mother in NewtonMassachusetts.[23] The fact that his mother had only “bad” TV shows to view upon returning home from work inspired him to work on television.[23] C.K.’s mother raised her children as Catholic, wanting them to have a religious framework and understanding, and they attended after-school Catholic class until they completed communion.[19] C.K. has said that his father’s whole family still lives in Mexico. C.K.’s paternal uncle Dr. Francisco Székely is an academic and an international consultant on environmental affairs who served as Mexico’s Deputy Minister of Environment (2000–2003).[24]
C.K. attended Newton North High School, and graduated in 1985. He graduated with future Friends star, Matt LeBlanc whom he would later be nominated with in the same category at the Primetime Emmy Awards multiple times.[25] After graduating from Newton North High School, C.K. worked as an auto mechanic and at a public access TV cable station in Boston.[2] According to C.K., working in public access TV gave him the tools and technical knowledge to make his short films and later his television shows. “Learning is my favorite thing”, he said.[7] He also worked for a time as a cook and in a video store.[15]

A Continuing Dilemma: Slavery, By John Burl Smith

A Continuing Dilemma: Slavery, By John Burl Smith
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The dilemma of slavery continues to dog the United States of America  (USA) 137 years after Pres. Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation  Proclamation (1862) freeing only the slaves held in the South.
Many historians say emancipation caused more problems than it solved.  These learned scholars opine that the Civil War was unnecessary because slave masters would have ended slavery because they would have realized supporting slaves was too great an  economic burden and that free labor was more productive.  However,  slavery was about more than economics and productivity.  Slavery was  the base of a value system that defined the Southern way of life.  It  was tied to a Southerner’s sense of personal worth and upon which the house of cards of  the Confederacy was built.
For the Southern gentry, it was not simply a question of freeing or not freeing slaves.  The proposition was intimately related to a  society’s unwillingness to accept as human property it was taught to  see as brut animals one owns like a horse or cow.  Slavery’s belief  system attributed everything good/righteous  to white people and  everything bad/evil to blacks.  Synonymous to the mind-set of English  lords, families that owned slaves were bred to believe in their inherent right to be masters just as they bred into slaves the rightness of being owned.  People who believed in that system could  never accept that the stroke of a pen could rob them of an entitlement  to which whites clung so tenaciously for generations and sacrificed  tens of thousands of lives to preserve.
The reality is Lincoln’s signature did not undo the mental underpinning that justified slavery and the dehumanizing process of  white supremacy that was supported by the socioeconomic,  educational, religious and political systems in the US.  Incidents such as those  that occurred in North and South Carolina recently are endemic to the  15 slave states and find their geneses in the forlorn hope of  returning to that erst while existence before emancipation.  That hope  is nurtured by Article I Section II of the US Constitution and state practices and policies that give rise to unresolved psychological  issues left over from slavery.

First in South Carolina, Anthony Hill, 30, a black man, was shot in  the head then dragged behind a truck for 11 miles, leaving a foot-wide  dark stain on the asphalt (6-2-10).  Newberry County sheriff’s  deputies said the bloody trail led them to the mobile home of Gregory Collins, 19, a white man now charged with murder. The County Sheriff  said the two men who were employed by Louis Rich, a chicken processor  in Newberry, had spent most of Tuesday together at Collins’ mobile  home, where Hill was shot early Wednesday morning.  The FBI has been  called in to assist in what is obviously a “hate crime.”

These types of gruesome “hate crimes” continue to occur from Texas to  West Virginia.  Such murders are not the result of wanton violence because the perpetrators are always white men and the victims black.  They are reminiscent of  ritualistic lynchings that were so popular from the 1890s through the 1940s.  They seem to be a result of latent or repressed rage that surfaces uncontrollably when a black man is perceived as challenging the master’s status.
The aforementioned historians would readily reject this hypothesis but when people who have been immersed in the use of dehumanizing hatred  which is tied to their sense of worth and power lose status to those  that are dehumanized, the affect can be intolerable.  Under such  circumstances totally despicable acts can result.
The next example relates to children.  Breeding slaves meant offsprings were notA 150-year-old photograph discovered in an attic in North Carolinarevived haunting images of the faces of American slavery. The picture shows two young black barefoot slaves, wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel.

children worthy of compassion but they were “pickaninnies.” 

The photo, which may have been taken in the early 1860s, is believed to be of a boy named John and an unidentified companion.  Will Stapp,  a photographic historian and curator for the National Portrait Gallery  at the Smithsonian Institution said the picture is “A testament to a  dark part of American history. What you are looking at when you see  this photo are two boys who were victims of that history.”  Found during a moving sale in Charlotte in April, the photo was accompanied by a document detailing the sale of John in 1854 for $1,150.
Keya Morgan, New York collector, who paid $30,000 for the photo album  which included the young boys and several family pictures and $20,000  for the sale document proclaimed, “I buy stuff all the time, but this  shocked me.  A portrait of slave children is rare.” Morgan believes the home in which the photo was found was owned by a deceased descendant of John. “This kid was abused and mistreated and people forgot about him.  He doesn’t even exist in history. And to know that there were millions of children who were like him, I’ve never seen another photo like that that speaks so much for children.”
Stapp said the photo was probably taken by Timothy O’Sullivan, an apprentice of Mathew Brady, the famous 19th-century photographer whose  portraits of historical figures such as Pres. Abraham Lincoln are legendary. O’Sullivan photographed what is believed to be some of the first slaves liberated after Lincoln issued his preliminary Emancipation Proclamation (1862).
Harold Holzer, an administrator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and an author of several books about Lincoln said, “To me, it’s such a moving and astonishing picture. Abolitionists circulated photos of adult slaves who had been beaten or whipped, the photo of the two boys  is more subtle,” only suggesting their horror.  Thinking of children who from birth to death, lived the dehumanizing misery of slavery, Ron Soodalter, an author on slavery and member of the board of directors at the Abraham Lincoln Institute in Washington, D.C. said, “The photo depicts the reality of slavery. This picture shows that the  institution of slavery didn’t pick or choose. This was a generic  horror. It victimized the old, the young.”
The absence of John and millions of slave children like him is no accident of history; they have been deliberately edited out of history by academicians who frame and write it.  Controlling that process is jealously guarded by universities; Dr. M. Cookie Newsom, director for diversity education and assessment at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill declares. “Faculty diversification for universities is seen as “affirmative action.”  There’s no delicate way of describing the lack of commitment many top research universities demonstrate as they talk about diversifying their faculties.”
When confronted with the dismal statistics, Newsom says university decision-makers offer: 1) There are not enough qualified candidates of  color; 2) There is no need to interview them because they are in high  demand from other institutions; and 3) They are too expensive. Recalling an instance at UNC where a black female staff candidate was  disqualified on the claim she didn’t “fit well” and because she “spoke  too loudly,” Newsom proclaimed “Underlying the excuses is an insidious  presumption of inferiority. Diversity research has not focused on the  inner workings of the tenure process in committees…. that is where  most of the biases emerge.”
Newsom’s conclusions are drawn from research and statistics that show,  while peer research institutions have documented plans to retain and  advance minority faculty, the outcomes reflect nothing more than lip  service. “If you are an African-American, American Indian or Latino  with a Ph.D., your odds of ever receiving tenure at a Research I  (school) are between slim and none.” Between 2001 and 2007, black  professors consistently represented just 3 percent or less of tenured  or tenure-track faculty year after year at Harvard University, Ohio  State University, University of Florida, University of California at Los Angeles and Berkeley, University of Illinois, University of Texas, Stanford University and the University of North Carolina, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
“It’s racial discrimination,” she said unapologetically. “We know what’s wrong; there is inherent bias in committees and negative perceptions based on race.  “Institutional racism’ is just the door blocking entrance, once inside scholars find other superficial barriers for junior faculty, including overburdening service work,  undervalued qualifications, and the lack of mentorship and support from senior faculty,” Newsom reiterated.
Myths, misconceptions, deliberate distortion and outright lies taught about black people during slavery are still a part of white folklore regarding African Americans and continue to be taught.  These socioeconomic, educational, religious and political processes serve the same purpose now they did during slavery; they are the base of an American value system that defined a way of life — white supremacy.  This value system is no longer tied to just southerners’ sense of personal worth and power; it is as American as the “Tea Party Movement.”  For a white man, there is no worst position or condition to be in than to be beneath a black man, because he is educated to see  a black as totally worthless.
The continuing dilemma of slavery is the shared value it holds for whites, so much so, they support each other as though status in the US is a zero sum game.  The US Constitution still values slave descendants as 3/5 of white men.  That is why the status of slave descendants can not be allowed to change.  Whites are educated to  believe they deserve a status above blacks and the failure to achieve it can trigger the kind of response displayed by the young man in South Carolina.  White supremacy is a psychological disease left over from slavery that affects most white Americans and black people suffer  its effects as institutional racism and acts of violence.  

Footnotes:
Hell on Wheels (TV series)
A haunting 150-year-old photo found in a North Carolina attic shows a young black child named John, barefoot and wearing ragged clothes, perched on a barrel next to another unidentified young boy.
Mathew Brady Biography Photographer (c. 1823–1896)
Timothy H. O’Sullivan
“The stunning account of modern-day slaves and traffickers in the land of the free”
Scholar Says Research Universities Not Serious About Faculty Diversity
South Carolina police: Black man shot to death, body dragged
The dragging of Hill’s body sheds light onto how much the death and destruction perpetrated upon African-Americans in this country hundreds of years ago still resides in this country’s DNA. 

Pasted from http://www.africanamerica.org/topic/death-of-south-carolina-man-shot-and-dragged-for-ten-miles-investigated-as-hate-crime?reply=168056827305523459

How Ironic, two men, same name both killed, five years apart. How Ironic!

Anthony Hill: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

The Laughable Idea that Cosby would Change the Stereotypes of Blacks if He Had a Network!

The Laughable Idea that Cosby would Change the Stereotypes of Blacks if He Had a Network!

by Nana Baakan  Jan. 14, 2016

Why do people think that if Bill Cosby had NBC that would make him more powerful. Come on Folks!! NBC????
Irritated Genie on Bill Cosby & NBC
What makes folks think that that is power? And what makes people think that if he got it and did all that stuff that folks think the Powers that Be don’t want him to do, that he would be successful? A take down is a take down and they don’t care what kind of Psuedo power you have. Besides, it’s commerce… people really don’t have a clue how this shithole works when it comes to fame, money, fame, money, politics, fame, money and corruption…
Even Ruppert Murdock has some running competition and he owns a bunch of media. Don’t get it twisted folks. Cosby would have to be in a whole other league to be untouchable. Perhaps create his own TV Network? Perhaps, but buying NBC is so laughable and people keep saying this over and over.
His power days have long since been gone. And when he had it, that was the time to really do something for the Black Community.
If they really wanted to shake him down, they would have “allowed” the buy out and then expose him to the world, what better way to pull the rug out from under him.
Cosby said “No” to somebody, and that did not go over well. So they launched a well hidden campaign to defame him in the eyes of the masses. This campaign has been hidden for some time, and held on to, for just the right moment and then, boom to the moon!
 Okay, for the sake of argument, let’s say that the conjecture that Cosby was gonna change the stereotypes of blacks in the media and that it was gonna make a big difference int he black community and that this difference was gonna scare white folks so much so they had to take Cosby down. Let’s just say you might have a point.
Now.
Let’s take a look at reality. If all it took was righteous examples of Black Folks in the media to change things around, how come there are hardly any, no where? Is everyone who comes up with the idea being threatened with a take down?
No, in fact Spike Lee did his fair share of changing that image and you see what happened to him right? I ain’t just talking about what the elite did to him. I am talking about what Black Folks did to him.
Black folks support shows that are very stereotypical. They support the rap artists

that talk about bitches and hoes and gangsters and drugs. They watch BET and the TV shows. And the MEDIA knows that!! Black folks participate quite handsomely in their own demise.

Look at the food we eat, the music we listen to, the TV shows we watch. If there was no market for it, then it would not sell and they would have stopped portraying Black folks like that a long time ago.
So the idea that Cosby was gonna do ANYTHING is laughable, because Black folks would soon tire of a zillion Cosby Shows and Fat Alberts. And we have to face that fact. If it were not for Blacks spending their money on the things that destroy them, there would be no market for the stereotypes. Cosby would soon have to fold because nobody would be watching his boring, tired, unexciting network full of do-gooder black folks, going to college and having their own businesses, being respectful to each other and helping the homeless. GIVE ME A BREAK! That network would fold in 6 months for lack of advertisement sales and viewers. Let’s be serious.
People wanna see muck, mire, debauchery, crime, punishment, illicit sex, scandal, corruption, etc. That is why it sells. Do you think Oprah is living high off the hog with her whining and crying Network?? Heck no, she don’t care now cause she don’t need the money!! LOL
Black folks need to stop being apologists for Cosby and open their eyes. It’s a rabbit hole and it’s way deeper than you think.

As far as the Media is concerned, Blacks have got to stop blaming the white man for their depictions of stereotypes! If you don’t like it, don’t buy it, don’t buy their music, don’t buy their fashion and cosmetic lines, don’t support any artists who are not uplifting and liberating the Black community. Don’t support businesses that do not support the Black community. Don’t go to their institutions of learning and stay the hell out of their jails.

Blacks complain and complain about White Supremacy in one breath and support the Machine in the next. That is why the idea is laughable because the Machine knows that the majority of Black folks would not support a Network that wasn’t catering to the lowest most defiled images of Black Folks, they know that and that is why they are rich because of it.

We really gotta wake up to what is happening and take responsibility for our actions and stop blaming the white man!

Bill Cosby, Hollyweird’s Manchurian Candidate

Bill Cosby, Hollyweird’s Manchurian Candidate

The Media gave us Bill Cosby, a relatively unknown comedian who reached meteoric stardom. They made Bill Cosby and gave him certain privileges that they would not give to any other Black man during the 60’s & 70’s and like Fred Sanford would tell us, if the white man is doing it than it must be right. Remember how he wouldn’t go to a black dentist? Well, during that time we too were struggling if we could trust a Black professional “anything” over a white one. Once Cosby was sanctioned by “white America” then Black America felt it was safe to throw their support behind him.
What we miss out on is that it is a selection process. They chose Bill Cosby and the Media took it from there. He was allowed to do what no other Black Man in those times and even these to do. They gave him position and status in their circles, rubbing elbows (and whatever else) with “their women” and basically making him part of the in crowd. Couple that with the fact that he was a “clean comic” on stage, which was another part of the selection deal. He was a favorite of not only blacks but he WAS ACCEPTED BY WHITES!  So, we cannot compare him to any other Black Man by saying, because he was Black they would not have allowed him to do any of what he is accused of by white women. This little caveat is missed in the debate. It has a lot to do with we as a people and how we, especially during those times, aligned ourselves with those “Black Folks” that white folks approved of.
Now as before, there is a different atmosphere around our feelings about successful Black Folks, we don’t need the sanction of the “White Man”  as much as we did in the past, but how trusting are we of a successful Black professional, unless the White man sanctions them? This is just another nuance of this whole situation and its impact on the Black community. When we go to the root, the actual history of this man and how he became a superstar, we can clearly see that it was part of an agenda. Was it a divide and conquer strategy, as we know there were other comedians, more like Black Market comedians who were NOT embraced by white audiences.
The question remains, what price did he have to pay to be 
Hollyweird’s Manchurian Candidate?
Cosby took the bait, he agreed and that meant he had to do whatever they said. I am almost certain he was guaranteed millions and a pristine image in the public eye. News outlets and tabloids would not be allowed to defame him in anyway or suffer the consequences. They protected him from the peering eyes of the public and maintained, sustained and protected the illusion they created call Bill Cosby, the clean comic, who appeals to all audiences world wide.
His attempts to cover his tracks through philanthropic donations and support to the Black Colleges etc., was most definitely done by his wife, Camille, his business manager.  She was behind every single act of charity. Was that her effort to conceal his back-door deals and prop up his reputation keeping him squeaky clean in the eyes of the masses, but behind closed doors, anyone who knew him personally knew a very different guy? This is true.
Cosby’s head is on the chopping block. He is no longer needed. His chip of protection has been removed. The White Establishment that propped him up have all pulled out their support and turned their backs on him abandoning any and all promises of protection. He has been thrown back into the pool of Black American opinion, that is, much to his dismay, an opinion that is shaped and manipulated by the powers that be. Cosby became a house nigger, to coin a phrase. He was allowed to be the Misses Playmate.  But once he completed his chores he was thrown back into the field with the rest of us along with all the shuckin’ and jivin’ he did to keep his house nigger status. 
A person who does not learn the lesson from his past history is bound to repeat the mistakes in his future. We must become more discerning as a people. We must support our own whether or not they get the stamp of approval from the “Wizard of OZ”. We must prop up those genuine folks who are in all sincerity attempting to improve our station in life on this planet. We must rally around the sincere folks who are making changes that will benefit our youth and generations to come. We must stop looking at our people through the Willie Lynch lens and work with those who have shown their honest nature and work. We have so many others scientist, inventors, statesmen, philosophers, educators and performing artists who are deeply dedicated to the emancipation of our people and are not simply perpetrating a fraud hand crafted by the Elite Media Moguls.
Once we get there it will be very difficult for anyone to sully the image of these dedicated men and women.

Again, I say, the Media gave us “Cosby” and the “Media” has taken him away. We need to think about how duped we have been and continue to be by Mass Media and develop discernment, particularly when it appears that a White Supremacist culture has seemingly stepped beyond their racist inclinations in support of a person of color. In the final analysis, if we can identify this issue as racially motivated, we cannot in all honesty, see any of his meteoric success that has proceeded this current attack on Bill Cosby as any more than a part of a racially motivated agenda of power and control.

SOMETHNG TO THINK ABOUT!

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