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Message to the Blackman/woman.

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( Since the inception of American slavery, Black women have been the cornerstone of Black life. The majority of them spent many years, months and days slaving over hot stoves simply to quell the hunger pangs of sedentary, satanic slave masters. They were the lucky ones. The not-so-lucky female slaves were forced to doggedly pluck cotton while simmering under a scorching, unrelenting sun. They persevered because they knew that the lives of other Black slaves depended upon their proficient production.

One unusually courageous slave, Harriet Tubman, had other plans. She conducted the Underground Railroad; and, subsequently, liberated plenty of Black people from their sadistic enslavement. Unfortunately, her own blood-brothers, Ben and Henry, probably spiritually maimed and neutered by fear, decided to derail their escape. Initially, they abandoned Harriet, and voluntarily returned to their plantation. Perhaps the Devil they knew was better than the Devil they didn’t know.

In any event, history is written by the conqueror; therefore, when history repeats itself, it is more of a strategically planned act as opposed to a simple coincidence. For example, in 1989 former CIA director George H.W. Bush was elected President, and he immediately initiated the “War on Drugs.” This political ruse led to the mass incarceration and re-enslavement of millions of Black men (the US Constitution’s 13th amendment legalizes slavery for convicted law breakers).BLACKMANANDWOMAN-2015

Instead of picking cotton for slave masters, these 20th and 21st century servants made license plates and other materials for greedy corporations such as Wackenhut, Corrections Corporation of America, and Community Education Centers. In fact, in the last two decades, the CCA has seen profits increase by more than 500%!

The profits were so good that many of Wall Street banks began investing in private prisons, i.e., Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and JP Morgan/Chase. Once again many Blacks were viewed as chattel. Similar to military POW’s, a large percentage of the prisoners received hefty, lengthy sentences. And like the slaves before them, by the time that many of them were paroled/manumitted, their spirits were broken, their self-esteem shattered and their courage filched.

On the other hand, drug-dealing brothers who were fortunate enough to evade the law became illegitimate capitalists. These greedy goons narcotized and victimized entire neighborhoods. In addition, the crooked thinking brothers adopted America’s dog-eat-dog and rat racing philosophies; therefore, they happily poisoned their own people for profit. Black gang turf wars claimed almost as many lives as America’s Civil War.

As an unintended consequence many Black women were left alone to protect and provide for themselves and their children. These women quickly became fair game to those who masterminded the disarmament, disenfranchisement, and re-enslavement of Black men.

Nowadays, Black women are more independent than ever. However, with no one to protect them, they are also more vulnerable than ever! There are far too many instances underscoring this reality: Eleanor Bumper was sixty six years old when a NYPD officer murdered her; Yvette Smith was forty-seven when a Texas cop killed her; Malissa Williams was only thirty when a Cleveland cop stood on the hood of her vehicle and shot additional rounds of high caliber ammunition into an already bullet-ridden Black body; Rekia Boyd was only twenty-two when a Chicago cop gunned her down; and Aiyana Stanley-Jones was only seven-years-old when a Detroit police officer slaughtered her!

However, the most recent death of Texan Sandra Bland is reminiscent of the abuse suffered by

Fannie Lou Hamer in 1963. Although Ms. Hamer survived her ordeal, she was beaten and raped in the bowels of a Mississippi jail. A couple of cowardly Black inmates in cohoosts with white officers tortured Ms. Hamer.

Over a half century later, Ms. Bland is found lynched in the bowels of a Texas jail. The officers called her death a suicide. From viewing the footage of her traffic stop, Ms. Bland didn’t appear suicidal. She was feisty. She went word for word with the flatfoot. Suicidal people aren’t fighters. Suicide is the ultimate submission. The final stage of giving up! Ms. Bland didn’t appear to be surrendering. Not at all!

Nevertheless, we have to remember that when civilians murder one another is called a homicide. When law enforcement officials murder one of us, they call it suicide by cop. In fact, the only American atop the FBI most wanted terrorist list is a Black woman, Joanne Chesimard (Assata Shakur). Her infamous crime is based upon surviving a violent traffic stop one dark night while riding on the New Jersey turnpike, the birthplace of racial profiling. Had she succumbed to her bullet wounds, the news would have, in most probability, reported another suicide by cop scenario.

And let’s not forget the scores of church bombings. The bombers are well aware of the fact that Black churches are attended-for the most part–by women and children.

My only message to the seemingly invisible Black man, the supposedly provider and protector of the Black family, is to paraphrase Vince Lombardi, the great Green Bay Packers’ coach: “When you throw the football three things can happen—and two of them are bad. In a parallel sense, remember, you have three choices, and two of them are not good, at least from my perspective. One, you can choose to do more to protect yourself, your women and your children. Two, you can choose to continue to turn a blind eye and deaf ear to the aforementioned atrocities. Three, you can simply grumble, rap or sing about your individualistic gangsterism while other people have their way with your women and children.

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8 Responses to “Message to the Blackman/woman.”
  1. Marque Anthony says:

    For Their Own Safety, Police Can Order People Out of Cars in Routine Stops, Court Rules
    Published: February 20, 1997

    WASHINGTON, Feb. 19— The Supreme Court ruled today that police officers may order passengers out of the cars they stop for routine traffic violations, even in the absence of any reason to suspect that the passenger has committed a crime or presents a threat to the officer’s safety.
    The 7-to-2 decision, adopting a position long advocated by police organizations, was an extension of a 1977 Supreme Court decision permitting police officers to order the driver out of the car in a routine traffic stop.

    ”On the public interest side of the balance, the same weighty interest in officer safety is present regardless of whether the occupant of the stopped car is a driver or passenger,” Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist said in the majority opinion today.

    The two dissenting Justices, John Paul Stevens and Anthony M. Kennedy, objected that the decision marked a substantial contraction of the Fourth Amendment right to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures.
    ”The Court takes the unprecedented step of authorizing seizures that are unsupported by any individualized suspicion whatsoever,” Justice Stevens said. Justice Kennedy said the result would be to place ”tens of millions of passengers at risk of arbitrary control by the police.”

    The decision overturned a 1995 ruling by a state appeals court in Maryland. State courts around the country had been split on the question. Thirty-eight states joined Maryland in asking the Justices to overturn the Maryland ruling, and the Clinton Administration showed its support by having Attorney General Janet Reno, in her first Supreme Court appearance, argue on behalf of Maryland when the case was heard two months ago.

    The Maryland court, ruling that the police need ”some individualized or particularized suspicion” before ordering a passenger out of a car, refused to permit the prosecution to introduce the crack cocaine that had fallen to the ground when a passenger, Jerry Lee Wilson, obeyed a state trooper’s order to get out of a car that was stopped for speeding on Interstate 95 near Baltimore.

    In his opinion today, Maryland v. Wilson, No. 95-1268, Chief Justice Rehnquist said that ”in one sense” a passenger has a stronger case than a driver for not being ordered out of the car: it is the driver, and not the passenger, who has committed a traffic offense.
    But there is little difference ”as a practical matter,” the Chief Justice said, because all occupants of the car have already been stopped ”by virtue of the stop of the vehicle.” If there is evidence inside the vehicle of a more serious crime, he said, ”the motivation of a passenger to employ violence to prevent apprehension of such a crime is every bit as great as that of the driver.”

    Chief Justice Rehnquist cited Federal statistics showing that in 1994, 5,762 police officers were assaulted and 11 were killed during traffic pursuits and stops.

    Justice Stevens, in dissent, objected that these statistics gave no indication of how many of the incidents involved passengers; whether the passengers were inside or outside of the cars; or whether the violence would have been prevented had the passengers been ordered out.
    In response, Chief Justice Rehnquist said, ”It is, indeed, regrettable that the empirical data on a subject such as this are sparse, but we need not ignore the data which do exist simply because further refinement would be even more helpful.”

    When the case was argued in December, the Maryland Attorney General, J. Joseph Curran, appeared to startle most of the Justices by making the sweeping argument that not only could police officers order passengers out of the car, but they could also prevent passengers not suspected of any crime from leaving the scene — to hail a taxi, for example. Chief Justice Rehnquist said today that this issue ”is not presented by this case, and we express no opinion upon it.”

  2. Marque Anthony says:

    Wisdom dictates that if you are in a battle you are not likely to win at that moment, you do not undertake the battle at that moment. It is therefore not a matter of rights, it is a matter of surviving the encounter and being around to handle it legally later.

    Wake up people. If you go head to head with the opposition when they have the huge advantage, even if you are right, you may lose the encounter. YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT IS NOT HOWTO BATTLE. Ask any military trained person. WAKE UP!

  3. Marque Anthony says:

    To All Real African American Men,

    If the woman is a queen, know that you are a King, the head, the leader. You do not have to ever accept the negative, vile, profane, obscene, out of control or abusive mouth of a black woman. None of us of any race are perfect but deliberate put downs of the black man by the black woman have
    to stop and stop NOW.

    They are told by their moms not to settle so black men don’t need to settle either. Teach your sons that black men. If a woman talks down, profane or obscene to you, she disrespects you and she does not care about you like she says she does. Actions do speak louder than words but sometimes the actions are the words.

    We won’t take it from the white man or the cop apparently. So why should we take it from the black woman? Have a spine men. Have some balls men. Be a man and draw the line in the sand. Don’t be a victim of the slave master’s vessel. A good black woman (and there are many) knows this and agrees.


  4. CD Smith says:

    Why is the national discussion concerning abortion of black children being muted? 1/3 of all children being aborted are black. Yet, confederate flags and isolated incidents like this article are being manufactured daily to create some reaction in the black community. Over 90,000 black citizens were executed last year under the blessing of this government. Hello out there…

  5. Marque Anthony says:

    Pardon the typographical errors, computer keys were sticking and I was typing fast.

  6. Marque Anthony says:

    Regarding Sandra Bland and thee black woman’s mouth, many of you reacted without looking at all the evidence, knowing the law or admonishing the facts. That is denial in it’s purest form. I am disgusted that people jumped on the bandwagon with writers like Levar on this site, though he could not even say what he has done for our people. And his solutions of just not going to Florida etc? Really?

    African Americans are falling into a trap that many factions of the government hope our race will fall into. They want us to ignore the facts and riot. That is how they will advance martial law and justify it. They want us to fight with bottle and bricks while they have guns, tanks and HumVs from the military.

    The Social Security Admin only a few years ago bought half a million rounds of ammunition. Our people have no idea as a whole about the Eugenics extermination process that has begun. White officers killing black men is just the tip of the iceberg. We cannot afford to play into their hands while we walk in denial of what we did to fall into the trap.

    Sandra Bland did not know her rights, that’s evident. And I have done countless free session to teach our people their rights but they would rather watch the game or Trikki Minage or Kim Kartrashian. Our people have been dumbed down and I know exactly how it is being done. Its programming in the music, in the video games like Grand Theft Auto, its in the images we see and the people our youth emulate. It’s in the street weed laced with hundreds of ingredients in addition to marijuana.

    Too many people read this article written by Levar and agreed. They lost focus on the real issues and that is what the powers that be expected. TYoo many people wanted to just be angry but not think through what is really happening, the bigger picture or that this happening repeatedly is all a set up.

    The hardest thing I do in my field of expertise is work with deprogramming our people from slavery mindsets, mindsets that keep division alive and keep us walking in denial of personal responsibility. Our people, as a whole, have walked in the darkness of denial for so long that they fight their own kind to stay in that darkness brought in by the oppressors. I can show you a ton of research done by BLACK WOMEN about the black woman’s mouth but our race still won’t face facts and try to fix them. I can show you hundreds of my cases and dozens of case studies and books, many done by BLACK WOMEN, but a lot of our people will ignore them. I can show you dozens of BLACK FEMALE police officers who know the law and who will attest to the fact that Sandra Bland broke the law and that her mouth and attitude made things go south.

    The fact is that I believe I battling, standing against injustice and winning, but not by undertaking battles that obviously won’t be won like with a State Trooper in his state and on the side of the road. We have so many other options and that is what I am trying to tell all of you. Options that handle the problem but still minimize risks to ourselves.

    If our people do not learn how to battle strategically, we will lose and lose big – like it or not. I am not the problem and I bow to NO white person. But I have wisdom in how to fight. The problem in the black community is DENIAL.

    Peace will never come from war, only oppression and dominance will. Peace comes from planting the seed of peace in and insane and racist world. Martin Luther King overstood that and the boomerang affect. The Caucasian race as a whole does not have a clue but by now, I had hoped our African American brothers and sisters would. Reactions based on anger will only make us lose while strategic moves based on wisdom and intellect will help us win. To be such a great people, we have forgotten that and who we are.

  7. Marque Anthony says:


    According to the laws of Texas, when Sandra Bland failed to use her signal, she broke the law Texas Transportation Code Title 7, subChapter C, Chapter 545.104:


    (a) An operator shall use the signal authorized by Section 545.106 to indicate an intention to turn, change lanes, or start from a parked position.
    (b) An operator intending to turn a vehicle right or left shall signal continuously for not less than the last 100 feet of movement of the vehicle before the turn.
    (c) An operator may not light the signals on only one side of the vehicle on a parked or disabled vehicle or use the signals as a courtesy or “do pass” signal to the operator of another vehicle approaching from the rear.

    Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 165, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1995.
    An officer who pulls you over has the option to do nothing, give you a warning, give you a ticket or arrest you. Yes for something as minor as failure to use your signal. And being that this happens quite often in Texas, it is not likely an issue of racism.


    When Sandra started using profane and obscene language, according to Texas law, she broke the law again and could be arrested for disorderly conduct under the Texas Penal Code. Or she could be charged with Simple Assault under Texas penal code. That is the law in Texas, like it or not.


    (a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly:
    (1) uses abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language in a public place, and the language by its very utterance tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace;


    In Texas you cannot resist arrest, search or transportation if the officer has probable cause. She had broken the Texas state law by making an improper lane change so the Trooper used that as grounds to remove her from the car. See the Texas law below and read carefully. Like it or not.

    TEX PE. CODE ANN. § 38.03 : Texas Statutes – Section 38.03: RESISTING ARREST,SEARCH, OR TRANSPORTATION

    (a) A person commits an offense if he intentionally prevents or obstructs a person he knows is a peace officer or a person acting in a peace officer’s presence and at his direction from effecting an arrest, search, or transportation of the actor or another by using force against the peace officer or another.

    (b) It is no defense to prosecution under this section that the arrest or search was unlawful.(c) Except as provided in Subsection (d), an offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor.(d) An offense under this section is a felony of the third degree if the actor uses a deadly weapon to resist the arrest or search.

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