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Saturday, April 08, 2006


Shem Hotep ("I go in peace").

"Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering”


To all my sisters, I would like to take this time to tell you that on behalf of all my Brothers, we have failed in our duties as men. What we really needed were role models, we needed lessons and we needed LOVE. What we gave to you in terms of attitude was the one we saw as children from our Fathers. What we give you in terms of support was what we saw our Fathers give our Mothers it was never enough! Our king of the castle approach was good enough for our mothers, no wait it really was never good enough for you or our mothers. Please excuse our pre-occupation with making it, we learned it from fathers. Please excuse us for not getting to know the kids until they were grown. We were taught by the best. Please excuse our double standards it was passed on to us without our permission. Please excuse our ignorance in raising two families at the same time. You never saw the wrong in it, though we were taught that two wrongs never made itright. Forgive us for changing from run of the mill Joe at work to KING OF THE CASTLE once home.

Everyone wants to be KING. If only DAD could have been more we could have been more. Hindsight is always 20/20. The real reason dad couldn`t be better is because his father was not any better. Sisters you have to understand that your Black man is a product of his family history. He is fighting DNA, environmental and historical factors. This mean without proper knowledge of self he will repeat all the mistakes of the past in his treatment ofyou. If he could control those things he could be the MAN that you want him to be. You are expecting a love he may know nothing about. Is he wrong in his lack of perception about what you are asking of him. You could not understand a foreign language without some lessons or could you? Listen beautiful sisters, every one of you, I applaud your decision to still have us with all of our faults. If we consider the hardships in dealing with society as a despised and rejected people, making a decision to carry our seed is making a statement to the world that maybe just maybe WE are somebody.

Yes sisters your acceptance of us is our validation. FOR you sisters looking to validate a brother, let me give some unasked for advise. When you think that you have found the right brother, here`s what you do. Check out his family and his relationship with them. If he doesn`t show any interest in his family it may be better to rethink your choice. Pay close attention to what this means. Only men suffering from some type of family dysfunction have no interest in their family. This brother will usually exhibit some type of negative behavior that will manifest itself in one way or the other. This is the rule, please don`t go looking for the exception.
Sisters, I know you deserve better so give yourself a chance for happiness. It is a testament to who you really are that despite all the things that you go through with us, you can turn out childrenthat have chances to be really special. Your care in not putting their fathers down is remarkable. Your ability to budget next to nothing into a decent way of life is something magical. Your consecutive day`s streak is not talked about like millionaire athletes and you do it for free.
I love the way you sisters sit back and won`t even make a big deal about being the first human BEING the CREATOR put on the planet. You are the MOTHER of them all. It is you that were entrusted with life itself. We as men, as powerful as we think we are canonly imagine the whole process of maintaining life in the womb.

Your value to this planet has never been properly stated or even understated but still you continue on. Society has wrongfully accused you of being the Eve in the Adam and Eve story.


You were handling our business long before then. Don`t even believe that you are responsible for the world`s problem. You have always given life and man has always taken it away.
You my sisters need to be more demanding of YOUR world.
Your guests on this planet have not been respectful of your true power.
You gave out the first invitations to join you in the continuation of life itself. Never let us forget that it was you that made this possible. This earth and the people on it need only to look to the original mother to find its way.
Be there always and forgive our ignorance. It was passed on to us without our permission. Black Women you have made a believer out of this STRONG brother. I will never question the role of the black women on this planet. You should be celebrated with the dawn of every day. Rise up my sisters and assume your rightful throne.

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I Stand Accused!

As a blackman in America, I’m appalled that my sexuality is being exploited and questioned by other segments of society. People are profiting from attempts to allegedlyopen the closet door on bisexual black men at the expense of defaming all black men. This means I stand accused. I stand accused of being everything from the scourge of society to the genocidal mass destruction of my race. It’s bad enough that black men are often vilified and accused of being drug addicts, drug dealers, and gun-toting gangsters. I would be remiss if I left out sexual and violent deviants. Some of the accusations are accurate. There are drug addicts and convicted drug dealers among us. Some of our youth did grow up as members of notorious gangs, and we have committed our fair share of sex crimes. Yet, as a black man in America today I now stand accused of being a genocidal weapon of mass destruction. Statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia, say I stand accused of being less likely to heed safe sex, there-by posing a health risk to my female partner.
Who are my accusers? They consist of a handful of for-profit entities that use scare tactics to target us. The focus of this latest vilification is the alleged identification of a new group of black men who don’t identify as bisexual or gay, but participate in same-sex dalliances. As a black man in America, I’m not defending this alleged new entity of men, nor am I negating the seriousness of their posed risk and health threat to society. If only we could find a reliable source that would release accurate figures that likely will show even this group of black men represents a small minority.
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There are books on the market that portray black men as living on the down low. In other words, the authors project images of black men who are willing to cross sexual lines without consciousness. There arebooks that proclaim to provide accurate information to help black women determine whether their man is gay or bisexual. Many unsuspecting, heterosexual black men are now suspect and must put up with women who allegedly search for signs of the men’s sexual preference.
A female friend informed me recently of what took place at a Waiting to Exhale party. Women at the party shared “how to” advice when it comes to dealing with their mate’s sexuality. The most interesting topic, my female friend maintained, was a discussion that included advice on how to tell whether a man was having sex with another man. It was suggested that during sex the women get their man into a compromising position to examine the tightness of his anus or rather the lack thereof. I have overcome many of the defaming accusations targeted at me as a black man. I have never taken an illegal substance or sold one. I have never attacked, raped or maimed anyone. I am not gay or bisexual. Guess what? There are plenty of black men in society who are just like me. Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man, a black man who struggled in a world that refused to acknowledge his existence. And guess what? There are many of other black men who don’t fit the stereotypical portrait of what society has tainted of us. One would think that black men would be applauded or appreciated more for overcoming what seems to be an all out attack of our livelihood. Instead, we are forced to remain vigilant in defense of our character, our freedom and our lives. What’s next?

What in the blue hell is going on?

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Why do some Black men call them self dogs?
Definition of dog:

1. A domesticated carnivorous mammal (Canis familiars) related tothe foxes and wolves and raised in a wide variety of breeds.
2. Any of various carnivorous mammals of the family Canidae, such as the dingo.
3. A male animal of the family Canidae, especially of the fox or a domesticated breed.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Made In America!

Shem Hotep ("I go in peace").

"Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering”

Made In America!

Welcome to America Where white is right and everything else is wrong
Where blacks still sing `Redemption Songs Where race is an issue that’s `dragged` through the streets And crimes are committed that only a policeman can `beat where the powers that is the power! And everyone else just gets paid by the hour
Where people go hungry to feed drugs into their vein in a feeble attempt
To keep from going insane where money is flowing yet its trickle down effect is slow and the average person is living at poverty or below Welcome to the American way Now that you’re here...Are you sure you want to stay? Welcome to America Home of the brave And warehouse of slaves where mental prisons Keep people captive without bars barely functional with emotional scars.

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King Kong, race, sex. Is King Kong racist?

Any movie that features white people sailing off to the Third World to capture a giant ape and carry it back to the West for exploitation is going to be seen as a metaphor for colonialism and racism. KING KONG - Racist conceptions of blacks often depict them as subhuman, ape or monkey-like. And consider the plot of the film: Kong is forcibly taken from his jungle home, brought in chains to the United States, where he is put on stage as a freak entertainment attraction. He breaks his chains and goes on a rampage in the metropolis and with a penchant for skinny white blonde, until finally he is felled by the forces of law and order. The causative factor in his capture and his demise is his fatal attraction to blonde. As Denham says in the last words of the film, “Oh, no, it wasn’t the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast.” If we look at KING KONG in terms of a racial metaphor, “Beauty” turns out to be “the white woman.

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White privilege is the other side of the coin of racial oppression. Therefore, it should not be surprising to see that the culture of white privilege is a mirror image of the culture of racial oppression.

1. White culture perpetuates the ideology that white people are morally and intellectually superior to people of color. For example, many suburban white women and men think they get into college because they are “more intelligent” than Chicanos, Native Americans or African Americans; when, in fact, they get into college because their high schools prepare them more effectively for college boards than do most high schools in urban areas.

2. White culture stereotypes figures and behavior of white people. A common method is to take some cultural attribute~ which is the result of hundreds of years of institutionalized white privilege in the United States, and projecting this attribute as solely the result of the person’s individual, heroic efforts.

For example, the son or daughter of a European immigrant is portrayed as having risen to wealth and power from initial poverty solely as a result of moral fortitude and hard work. But, in fact, European immigrants historically have both worked hard and received privileges from the U.S. government that people of color
(Whether they were immigrants, indigenous or kidnapped) have been historically denied at different times.

European immigrants (differentially for men and women) had the right to become citizens, the right to own land, the right to bring and to live with a family, the right to travel in search of work, the right to vote, the right to practice their own language and religion without interference, the right to organize
mutual self—help societies and small businesses without being broken up by white mobs, the right to a public school education, the right to bring suit and testify in court, and the right to hold public office.

3. By defining reality as white, and convincing white people that it is their reality, the culture of white supremacy is portrayed as universal, applying to all humankind. For example, a “History of Western Civilization” begins with Greece, then moves to Rome, then Europe, ending with the United States. But this is a course on Europe, (which is fine provided the course begins with the contributions of Kemet to Greece), but it is not a course on “western civilization.” Another
example: ABC network tells its reporter covering the elections in South Africa to put an “Americans in South Africa” spins on the story; otherwise U.S. readers will not be interested in the story!

4. White culture provides a normative standard of behavior for one living in a system of white privilege. These norms are usually manifested in the arrogance of white entitlement —— and assumption of how a white person expects to be treated in the world.


Absence and falsification of a nation’s historical memory fosters a personal and collective denial of Responsibility for racial injustice and oppression, past and present. White people say, “I didn’t own any Slaves,” as if living in a system whose wealth was created by enslaved African labor did not directly benefit their ancestors. Liberal whites assert, “I don’t see color; I just see people;” a statement of Unwillingness to look at reality. Whites of conscience justify their unwillingness to protest racial Injustice by complaining that, “I have no power,” when any accurate reading of history indicates that organized protest creates the power to effectively challenge racial injustice.

Sunday, April 02, 2006


Shem Hotep ("I go in peace").

Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering”



A Tribute to Black Men

Hidden treasures you were, deep in the mother land... until wrestled from her arms by the treacherous white man Forced onto slave ships like just so much chattel, to be sold into bondage though as brave warriors you did battle
Out gunned and out numbered you were reluctantly subdued...
and my souls creams at all the horror which thus ensued
Many were lost on that ill-fated ship of human plunder age and humiliation...
as onward against your will you were brought to a strange and cruel nation
A nation which boasted and claimed itself supreme, superior to all others at any cost it would seem Ensnared and enslaved, many tortures you endured...
never losing faith that this situation our Lord would soon cure
Generation after generation you watched in helpless agony...
as those you loved were beaten and raped, and cried out to be free
You saw your women taken to the white man’s bed, then saw upon her face afterward degradation and dread... but she never said a word of her unfortunate plight...
knowing that if she did, to the death you would fight
You watched as her belly grew heavy with the white man’s child...
and though you said nothing it was driving you wild
Your life was endangered when `massa`s wife set her eye upon your strong ebony back, and longed for you to give her what the `massa did lack...
for though` she desired you with wanton white lust, her promise of your safety you never could trust...So damned if you would and damned if you wouldn’t, you gave her what she craved but you still felt you shouldn’t
Then there were times when you saw your brothers and sister’s beaten with many hot stripes, for trying to run for freedom, and from your eyes silent tears you did wipe
You were hung from tall trees and hastily lynched, if you dared make eye contact with any white wench... Many the times your pain you tried to hide, but all these things stripped and tore at your pride You often rebelled and said "I’ve had enough, I ain’t taken` no mo`a da white man’s stuff"... so you struck out with all you had in you, fighting and dying with your dignity still in you...leaving others to mourn your valiant retaliation, and that we ever were kidnapped into this cruel nation
Your children were sold on the auction block...sold to the highest bidder as merely livestock Yes my regal black Princes and Kings, I know you have suffered all of these things! But God has delivered you round by round, out from the darkness where light can be found... You’ve marched and protested and demonstrated that Princes and Kings cannot be emasculated you’ve struggled hard and long since the emancipation, trying to gain ground in this so-called free nation...

Up-hill you’ve climbed, and for every victory you’ve won...I’d love to write your names across the blazing sun! I would that I could paint the sky with your faces, and show my love for you above all other races... If I could teach every single bird what words to sing, they’d sing of you, my regal black Princes and Kings!
If I could but train each blade of grass to grow in formation, they’d spell out the names of every black man in the nation! I’m a sister who knows, and one who understands...that success comes twice as hard for the worthy black man...
So if I could have my way you’d all wear robes and crowns befitting Princes and Kings...and upon every royal finger I’d place diamond rings Now although you still are last place in this nation, I’m here to tell you that’s not a bad station... even though it makes my tender heart bleed. For there’s a scripture that gives me great comfort as it reads..."But many that are first shall be last; and the last shall be first"


Shem Hotep ("I go in peace").

Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering”

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1. The first Americans or Native Americans going back to 13,000 BC were black! Look up the Folsom people who lived in Arizona.

2. One of the best reasons to stop our use of the term African American and say Black. A white person who was born in Africa, who moves to America is An African American and qualifies for financial aid, etc., but will get the jobs/pay privileges afforded to whites.

3. Look up the Slavery Law of 1665 (which stayed in effect until 1968) and the Maryland Doctrine of Exclusion (1638): both laws state that blacks must be excluded from the benefits afforded whites, and that blacks must remain noncompetitive with whites, except in sports and entertainment.

4. Two white men: Bill Gates and Larry Elision, combined have more wealth than the combined wealth of all 36 million blacks in America.
Civil Rights did not change the economic landscape or the balance of power in America.

5. Asians received 80% of all government minority set aside contracts. Hello!!

6. Blacks eat more fish than whites by a 4 to 1 margin. For every dollar that whites spend on fish, blacks spend $9 on fish. Fish sold wholesale for $1 will retail at $2.50 - $3.00. Guess what business we should be in as Blacks?

7. There isn't any black owned national cable, or major network television stations. Cathy Hughes, the black woman who owns our only black owned radio stations, plans to sell to white owners after hearing the deal Bob Johnson received for selling BET. (Cathy Hughes is from OMAHA y'all!)

8. There are no black owned companies on the Wall Street Stock Exchange; where blacks own the majority or controlling interest of the stock.

9. Ninety-six percent (96%) of all black inmates are men.

10. Over the next two years 440,000 black inmates will be released from prison. The State has no place to put them as they re-enter society. A profitable business would be a Halfway house!

11. In 1860, 98% of all Blacks in America worked for White people. In
2001, 98% of all Blacks in America still work for white people.

12. In 1860, blacks in America had a combined net worth of one half of 1 percentage point. Guess what, in 2001, after Civil Rights, Jesse Jackson, Oprah, Shaq, NAACP, and Urban League, our combined net worth is half a percentage point.

13. For every dollar earned by a Jewish person, that dollar touches
12 to 18 Jewish hands before it leaves their community. For every dollar earned by a Black person it leaves the community soon as he or she earns it.

14. The last week of April 2003 in Washington, DC black teenagers where arrested and booked for eating McDonalds on the metro subway.
Cops cited the recent 5-4 court decision as the permission to arrest law breakers even for minor offenses.

15. Sixty-seven percent (67%) of all hate crimes in America are against blacks.

16. After we get through being pleased that we have carpet in our office, a secretary, our name on the door and make six figures, we do not own anything.

17. What will happen if you miss 6 months of work without pay? All we've left for our children is debt not an inheritance. You cannot pass welfare or food stamps onto our kids as a nest egg! We are not even in the race.

18. By the way, the word "race" hit the English language in the 16th century when Europeans held a contest to see who will win the race to gather the most wealth through exploitation of blacks.

19. You must read Powernomics by Claude Anderson. This is our blueprint to create wealth, not just have a job, but be a business owner, so you can hire people, be listed on the stock exchange, and develop businesses to meet our needs.

This is "Good Food" for thought.