Neely Fuller Jr says in his book, The United Compensatory Code System Concept, that Black culture is a reaction to White Supremacy. The first time I read the book, I did not understand what he meant, the second time it became more clear. We wait until a racist kills a member of our community to […]Read More Reactionary Culture
Over the past week and a half or so, everything on all forms of media has been about the Las Vegas shooting at Mandalay Bay. All news outlets are pointing fingers at I would go as far as to say confirmed white supremacist Stephen Paddock killed 58 people and wounded over 200 more, alone. The […]Read More Frame Your Own Narrative
I want to start off by apologizing for the lack of post, life has gotten in the way and I haven’t been motivated to write. Now with that out of the way, lets talk about the foolishness in Charlottesville, Virginia. For those under a rock the past couple days the media has been flooded with […]Read More Unite The Alt-Infight
With the big McGregor and Mayweather fight coming in the following weeks I’ve noticed that a lot of white supremacist are letting their racist rhetoric fly. It has made me think critically about the sport. As a life long sports fan I haven’t really thought about the racism in sports until I read the 40 […]Read More Boxing and Bullshit
Those are the three words that Neely Fuller Jr uses to describe the white supremacist, and personally I have never read anything more true. Understand this, we are in a melanin war and if you are a person with melanin in your skin you are a target. You are not protected by being a woman […]Read More Tacky, Trashy, and Terrorist.
Never forget, a phrase often time associated with the Jewish Holocaust applies to the horrific experience that many Jewish people faced. Another holocaust has been going on since the 1600’s and its the African American Holocaust, most people in dominant and melanated society refuses to acknowledge it as a holocaust though. I can understand why […]Read More From The Devil’s Punchbowl to the Superdome.
When you clock in at your job, are you tired of laughing when nothing is funny, smiling when you don’t feel like it, or nodding and smiling just to survive. If you have answered yes to any portion of that question, know you are not alone. I’m still learning how to deal with it. There […]Read More Clocked in chronicles