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Don’t Eat Your Dead Brothers
Published July 17, 2008

In the name of God we as Black men need to stop eating our dead brothers’ flesh. That term comes out of the holy book. It is about the good people of the earth that talk about our brothers behind their backs or in secret, it is terribly wrong and girly-like in nature for us to do that.

They say that men gossip more than women. Well that is not true when you apply it to real Black men. Because real men don’t gossip, only @#%$&*** do that type of foolishness. 

Brothers, I want for this to be a sting to your heart and a reminder to your mind that the mic is always on when you open your mouth. Don’t talk about cutting off the private parts of another Black man when you know how we have suffered with the past concerning the castration of us as a people from our land and knowledge—then to the actual sick ritual of wanting to do something like that to any human being especially another brother.

Why would you want to do something like that to the future president of the United States? If you are a Black leader I think it is time for you to practice what you profess to be, not what money has made you think that you are.

Things are at a point of deep hatred between the old guard and the new one these days because of the so-called house mouse mentality of some of our leaders. I personally did not like the statement made by one of our greats but what can you say. After all, faith-based money is the fuel for our demise in some cases.

So, know that when you start accepting the cash these days, the mic is always on when you are in the public. I really wonder what DR. KING would say about the statement that was by his homie concerning the castration of a Black man. So whether you are talking about doing something to our president or just dreaming about it… Get it out of your mind because OBAMA is not with the old aiding and abetting what we did to help keep Americans in the holes of injustice and ignorance.

It is time for my son to see a Black man become president, especially one that doesn’t bend, bow or shuffle when someone talks about taking away the blood based faith money. Black leaders, stop thinking that money will buy your way to heaven because it won’t.

If you know like I do, nothing of great need ever comes down to the people that need it the most. In my lifetime I have never seen any thing that was made for poor people get to poor people except the three strikes law. And remember to help get rid of three strikes and bring our prison soldiers home so they can take care of their families.

I smell grounds for a mass petition to the courts and a quick reversal in the law. Here is my cell (323) 424-2265.


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