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August 20, 2017 / No Black Pete

High Lie Society

Greenwald then drew upon this passage from Orwell's Notes on ...AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY

By Douglas Harper [Edited]

Abolitionists may talk twaddle till the crack of doom, but after all, Colonization is to be the great cure of negro slavery in this country, or it remains uncured. You may free the [enslaved] in the South, but he is nevertheless [enslaved] North or South. His shackles are only to be cast off by returning to the land of his forefathers. Here he is surrounded by a wall of prejudice as indestructable as the everlasting hills. The fires of the volcano are not more inextinguishable than this prejudice, and we would therefore remove the black man from its influence, instead of encouraging him to break it down by an insolent bearing towards those who are in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred, his intellectual superiors. �newspaper editorial, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1854.

Ever since pre-Revolutionary times, white Americans had discussed sending freed [Africans] back to Africa. The notion became a formal movement in December 1816, when delegates from several states met in Washington, D.C., and organized the American Colonization Society. They voted to immediately begin seeking voluntary removal of U.S. black people to Africa or whatever place Congress thought fit. Read more…

August 19, 2017 / No Black Pete

High Society

Marcus Garvey: Life and Lessons

Edited by Robert A. Hill and Barbara Bair, 1987

Lesson 8

The Social System

Society is an organisation of mankind to safeguard and protect its own interest.  When society is organised and is made evident by regulations, rules, and laws, every member of that society must obey the said rules, regulations and laws. Always, therefore, live up to the organised system of society of which you form a part.  The only alternative to this is rebellion.  You should never join rebellious movements against society except there is good reason and justification for it.

Society is intended to maintain the greatest good for the greatest number, and that is always uppermost so that in thought you may have to reform.  Any society must be calculated to bring about the greatest good for the greatest number, and you must obey its laws, otherwise you are an evil genius living in the midst of that society and that society will seek to destroy you or compel you to obey its rules, Read more…

August 17, 2017 / No Black Pete

Garvey Files


Biographical Essay

Marcus Garvey was born in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, on Aug. 17, 1887. He went to elementary school there and at the age of 14 became an apprentice in the printing trade. In 1903 he went to the capital, Kingston, to work as a printer. He soon became involved in public activities and helped form the Printers Union, the first trade union in Jamaica. He subsequently published a periodical called the Watchman. In 1910 began a series of travels that transformed Garvey from an average person concerned about the problems of the underprivileged to an African nationalist determined to lift an entire race from bondage and debasement. He visited Costa Rica, Panama, and Ecuador. After briefly returning home, he proceeded to England, where contacts with African nationalists stimulated in him a keen interest in Africa and in black history. In each country he visited, he noted that the black man was in an inferior position, subject to the whim, caprice, and fancy of stronger races. His reading of Booker T. Washington’s Up from Slavery at this time also had great effect upon him. On his return in 1914 from England, where he had done further study, Garvey formed the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) and the African Communities League. These organizations were intended “to work for the general uplift of the Negro peoples of the world.” Read more…

June 3, 2017 / No Black Pete

Ben Carson Speech

Image result for ben carsonBen Carson’s Speech at the National Prayer Breakfast (2013)

On February 7, 2013 prominent neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson became a nationally recognized political figure when he gave a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. that was critical of President Obama’s policies and particularly Obamacare when the President and First Lady Michelle Obama were seated just a few feet away. The speech launched Carson’s political career and resulted in him becoming a major conservative candidate for the Republican Presidential Nomination in 2016. Although Carson left the race, he was eventually appointed Secretay of Housing and Urban Development by President-Elect Donald Trump. Carson is now the only African American serving in the Trump cabinet. His 2013 speech appears below.

Thank you so much. Mr. President, Mr. Vice President, Mrs. Obama, distinguished guests – which included everybody. Thank you so much for this wonderful honor to be at this stage again. I was here 16 years ago, and the fact that they invited me back means that I didn’t offend too many people, so that was great. Read more…

June 2, 2017 / No Black Pete

Clarence Thomas Speech

Image result for clarence thomasClarence Thomas, “The New Intolerance – Law Day Address” (1993)

Thank you all so much. Thank you, Judge Bell for your kind words, and I also thank you for all the kind things you’ve done for me in my life, especially over the last three or four years. I — This is a real pleasure to be here. I didn’t thing so many people would be interested in what I had to say. There isn’t that great a demand for my opinions.

As you all can see, I kinda had to hobble up here. I had decided to play basketball with my law clerks and snapped my Achilles tendon. If that wasn’t bad enough, I also tore it. But I was looking around for some precedent as to what happens to people after they’ve injured their Achilles tendon, and in looking I found that some very good things happen. Dominique Wilkins is the second leading scorer in the NBA. And he also makes several million dollars a year, so I may be changing jobs after this heals. Read more…

June 1, 2017 / No Black Pete

Posing American Bourbon

Bildergebnis für bourbonHouse of Payseur
From Truthcontrol

The first Payseur in America was Daniel Payseur, who was in fact Crown Prince Louis of France.

The French Revolution of 1789 was wholly engineered by the the Bavarian Illuminati…After the ‘revolutionaries’ executed Queen Marie Antoinette, her son, Crown Prince Louis, was smuggled out by his doctor.

The Payseurs have gone to extreme lengths to corrupt government documents. They have hidden the births of many of their descendants, and have covered over with extreme secrecy most of their monetary holdings.

A battle continues for control of the former Payseur holdings, but at the moment it appears they are controlled by the Rothschilds. David Icke / The Biggest Secret

In 1872, a Payseur company, the Charleston, Cincinnati and Chicago Railroad, established a telegraph company called Western Union. It formed a subsidiary called AT&T in 1875 and today it is one of America’s biggest telephone and communication companies. Read more…

May 31, 2017 / No Black Pete

Methods of Mind Control

Image result for brain butcher artSeven Future Methods of Mind Control
by Nicholas West, July 1, 2013, from ActivistPost Website

The mission of a small “elite” group to control the masses is nothing new. It has always been a tool implemented in the form of propaganda used to alter perception and thus steer the direction of large populations. The modern methods of mind control are in many ways merely higher-tech extensions of what always has been predictably successful: religion, sports, politics, education, etc.

With the advent of television, a whole new world was opened up for would-be controllers, as news media was easily corporatized and made uniform enough to translate core messages, while encouraging passivity, and also presenting the illusion of choice.

Simultaneously, choice has been reduced in fundamental areas such as finance, education and health with reams of legislation and “incentives” to ensure compliance. Read more…