Friday, November 27, 2015

January is Black Economy Month; will you not participate?

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By Xavier James


What better tradition to spark up then a black economy month? When Dr. Carter G. Woodson started black history month it was only a week but now black folks are studying black history 365 days of the year? This Black Economy Month is a time for you to withhold your black dollars from any other culture but your own. It's the time to go the extra mile to find the black business that has the product that you want.

Teach your children financial discipline. Black youth love clothes and gear. Explain to them that 99% of all clothes are made overseas for cheap and then depending on stitching patterns, are then labeled with designer labels and over-priced, then sold to them. Tell them that with a couple of patterns and a connection in China or Korea they can design their own clothes and sell them. A Black Economy Month will lead to Black Economy Years and inevitable shift in economic power. Introduce them to the work of Black Economists like Dr. Claude Anderson. Literally make them sit down and watch constructive documentaries on economics.

During Black Economy Month town hall meetings should be taking place all across America. How? Simple; reserve a room at your local library or church, pass out flyers, post the time and place on Face book and Craig’s list, then get busy. The people who show up will become your business and investment partners. Make sure everything is done in writing and with contracts. BACK ECONOMY MONTH ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:

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Monday, November 9, 2015

Michael Brown Became the Emmett Till of His Generation


By Xavier James



Most people don’t know that Emmett Till’s death in 1955 sparked the civil rights movement; not Rosa Parks. Mrs. Parks mobilized the boycotts and sit-ins but the images of fourteen-year- old Emmett Till tortured by Ku Klux Klan terrorists (beaten mercilessly), burned into the minds of every black person in America; especially the youth.


White supremacists made three mistakes with Michael Brown:

  1. They shot and killed the unarmed teen.
  2. They left his body lying in the street.
  3. They let the racist cop get away with murder.


They unknowingly awoke every teen his age and older. All the rap music and consumption subsided and an entire generation of kids said “ENOUGH!” The youth are the backbone of any movement; period. Then Facebook and Twitter became less about Little Wayne's raps about non-sense and more about a murdered teen that could’ve easily been them. Our kids were never afraid, merely distracted and sleep.


And since their awakening, voting rolls are up, activism is in full swing and future presidents are answering real questions. The police have their hands full now that their crooked, racist ways are being exposed. Social media has become less about booty butt cheeks and star gazing, and more about changing the power dynamic. All because black youth realized how much power they really had.



Today, black folks got a refresher course in unity and tenacity. The University of Missouri President resigned because the Football team said they weren’t playing anymore games until he left. When you mess with white supremacist’s money, ‘you got to go’. That was preceded by a hunger strike, sit-ins, protests and all out media coverage of the college’s racist ways. The former president Tim Wolfe was emotional when he announced his resignation. Believe me, he didn’t want to go. It was the faculty and board of alumni that made him step down.


The handful of black faculty and students still realize they have a long ways to go. But it’s a start. This week was a great victory and inspiration to blacks all across America. And the one name they cited as inspiration was that of a young man who lived less then two hours away and will never set foot on their campus; Michael Brown.


The Missing: What happened to all the people no one ever finds?
by Xavier James


Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Don't let some fool convince you not to vote because your vote won't matter: BULLS**T




By Xavier James



It appears common sense is not so common after all.


Take a look at who keeps telling you not to vote. It's usually some black guy between the ages of 22-42 and nine times out of ten, he has a felony that's preventing his own black ass from voting. So he doesn't want you to vote either.


Black women don't go around telling you not to vote. White women don't even go around telling black folks not to vote. No, they tell you who to vote for. White men don't go around telling you not to vote but they go out of their way to try and stop you from voting, period. Only the black man goes around telling gullible black folks not to vote.


Meanwhile, Latinos are steadily getting voted into office by other Latinos and holding huge influence over black districts. All the while some buck-dancing coon is trying to convince you not to vote because it won’t do any good. I always ask them; "BRU ARE YOU AN AGENT? BECAUSE THAT NON-SENSE YOUR TALKING SOUNDS LIKE SOME UNCLE TOM SH*T TO ME."


Democrats beg black folks to vote. Republicans do everything in their power to stop you from voting.

Young, white REPUBLICANS are literally going to jail for trying to stop black folks from voting. Yet, someone is telling you your vote don't matter. And if your silly enough to believe that you’re going to keep having bad teachers and shi**y schools. Where do you think the school board comes from? VOTING!


The MAYOR appoints the superintendent in some states while the city council decides in others. And who elects the city council; you. Who hires the CITY MANAGER that's responsible for your tolls and repairing the pot hole in front of your house? The Mayor that you elected; basically you!


That brings me to the picture of Allen Iverson above. You were wondering right; if it was a misprint? No, Iverson would not be a future NBA hall of famer if not for your black votes. You see, white supremacists convicted Iverson of serious charges while he was in high school. Although they knew he was innocent, they railroaded the young brother with false testimony and evidence.


But guess what? The first black governor in America, L. Douglass Wilder pardoned Iverson who went on to Georgetown and inevitably the NBA. White folks in Hampton Virginia were so jealous of his talent and popularity that they were hell bent on destroying the kid. If not for the overwhelming support of Virginia's black voters, Iverson never would have made it to the NBA and the record books because Governor Wilder wouldn’t have been there to save him.


White supremacists were so mad that Wilder had the power to overrule their treachery, smoke was literally coming out of their ears. So, the next time some coon runs up to you with that "ain't no need to vote" nonsense, you think about Allen Iverson and tell that fool to STFU and go sit down.



Virginia Governor L. Douglass Wilder, the grandson of slaves,
 beat white supremacists on numerous occasions

because black folks made their votes count.