AfroAsiatic Perspectives15: Defining the 3 Types of Humans

Takuan Amaru

Maybe not, but there may be 3 distinctive human types

Maybe not, but there may be 3 distinctive human types

Molecular anthropologists are often asked if DNA, bone marrow, or other markers can tell what “race” you are. Although some scientists claim there are a few distinguishing marks on our genes, most seem to agree the short answer is “no.” Or, that the differences are so subtle, this cannot be seen as an exact science.

So, does that mean all people are the same?

On the surface, this seems to contradict common sense. How then, do we explain the “soul” in Black Music? Can you imagine Blacks or Latinos not dancing? It’s an ingrained part of our culture…it frees us from the “mundaneness” of the world. Likewise, can you imagine seeing large groups of Asians or Caucasians on the dance floor really feeling the groove without the direct influence of Blacks (and not drunk)? Whenever I ask about this, many are quick to point at Eminem, Bruce Lee…or even Elvis. Even if these three qualify as “having soul,” can we say they reflect the majority of people.

Let’s go deeper, how do we explain the smiling spectators at public lynchings posing next to the murdered corpse? lynch 4It’s one thing to want to see justice done if a criminal is executed…but to watch it like a spectator event while eating lunch? And let’s not forget, these men and women were innocent of any crime. You should have seen the looks on my Japanese student’s faces when I revealed the derivation of “picnic” is “pick-a-nigger.” Forget baseball, this was America’s favorite pastime on the weekends. Some will say, “Oh, that was such a long time ago…that’s irrelevant now.” In that case, how do we explain cops who shoot down black people in cold blood? cop hits womanOr, beat up women to the point they cannot be recognized by their own family members?

No, there is obviously some sort of disconnection in certain groups of people that many know exist but do not want to admit. This article is attempting to explain the unexplainable solely for the reason that it needs to be defined within the lexicon of the English language.

The Honorable Elijah Muhammad summed his explanation up with a simple sentence: “The white man is the devil!” I’ve recently heard Professor Griff, on his blogtalk radio show NME Mindz concur with this. In his own words: “Yes, all white people are devils,” he calmly stated. If you watch the news and see the atrocities being committed around the world against non-white people, it is easy to agree with his assessment. However, I learned in school that if the word “all” or “none” appears in a True / False test, the answer is false 99% of the time. The reason for this is simple. It only requires one exception to make it untrue.

So who is this one exception? If you know one living white person who qualifies, please comment at the bottom of this article. Surely, it could not be one of these so-called “liberals” who basically espouse a more flexible version of the same old white supremacy. For me, the one exception is John Brown. Even the venerable, Harriet Tubman, had nothing but praise for him at the time of his execution. But damn! Do we have to go back over a century to find a Caucasian who does not qualify as a white supremacist?

On the flip-side, I recently met a guy from Nigeria at a party. He is married to a friend of mine who is also Nigerian. A very handsome and intelligent brother, he is a grad-student studying for his PhD in Japan. Because I know his wife loves to dance, after a few minutes of talking with them, I decided to leave them so she and he could take to the dance floor…especially because I saw the young lady tapping her foot to the song the deejay put on. An hour later, I returned to the same area only to find them still seated. When I asked if they had danced, the young lady said “No” in a brooding, somewhat complaining tone. “I can’t dance,” the young man said. “I’ve never danced in my life.”

What does the inability to dance and being a cold-blooded murderer have in common?

I believe it has something to do with the magical substance known as “Melanin.” I am not concerned with the melanocytes in the skin, but rather, the neuro-melanin which is contained in the nervous system. Scientists have confirmed that melanin exists in all living things. However many people may lack the hardware, so to speak, to process it through the pineal gland. These people are said to have a ‘calcified’ pineal gland. Dr. Wayne Chandler, in his book, Ancient Future, describes melanin as “the body’s organic receiver.” Many spiritual systems claim the ability to interact with neuro-melanin is equivalent to one’s level of spiritual development. Hence, for those lacking a healthy pineal gland, this may explain their “disconnection” from the universe. In the cases mentioned above, in the form of sound vibrations in the music…or even hating other people based on something as shallow as the color of their skin.

In my life, I’ve had the pleasure to meet many decent people; some of them were Black, some of them were Asian…and yes, some of them were Caucasian. different racesWriting my life-story made me confront this issue head-on. Since I cannot fully concur with any notions (in today’s world) of a race being either inherently good or evil, my mind-computer sought out a way to explain it. Therefore, I use “Melanin-Rich,” “Melanin-Challenged,” and lastly, “Melanin-Deficient” to satisfy the left hemisphere of my brain. While the first and third terms have been explained, Melanin Challenged is slotted in between the two. It can refer to those who have made a conscious effort to behave like the western man, turning away from their own culture probably due to having some self-hatred issues.

I’m sure many people will not agree or accept this theory…and that’s okay. But to those skeptics, I have a few questions: How do you explain the inhuman grins at the lynchings? Or, the inability to process sound vibrations to the point of dancing off-beat?

Lastly, can YOU dance?

lynched shadow

This AfroAsiatic Perspective is part of a series to introduce the novel, GAIKOKUJIN: The Story of Race, Redemption, and the Quest for Christ Consciousness.

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives 14: Half Man…Half Amazing!

Takuan Amaru

Half man - half amazing

“Nas is like the Afrocentric Asian, half man…half amazing!” ~ lyrics by Nas, It Ain’t Hard to Tell

In 2000, for the first time in history, the United States Census Bureau offered respondents the option of identifying themselves with more than one race / ethnicity. People of mixed-race heritage selected from the following list: White (or Caucasian), Black or (African American), Asian, Native American, or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, other Pacific Islander, or Some other race.

This growing multiracial identity movement in the U.S. reflects a desire by people to claim their full identities, and there is considerable evidence many Americans today are multiracial without knowing it. In 2010, the number of Americans who checked both ‘black’ and ‘white’ on their census forms was 134 percent higher than it had been a decade earlier.

Many people claim the election of President Barack Obama proves racism / white supremacy is long gone. When Senator BarackObama was sworn in on January 20, 2009, he and his wife, Michelle, and two daughters, Malia and Sasha, were a novelty to say the least. While it’s debatable whether he’s the first “Black President,” or if he even qualifies as being “Black,” no one ever questioned Michelle’s blackness.Prez Inaug

“Just the fact that he has a ‘real black woman’ next to him makes him special to me.”

It seems many blacks agree with these sentiments, expressed by one woman in her twenties. And this is natural considering that prior to the Obama Administration, the only visible role-models for black youth have been primarily entertainers and athletes. So, just seeing Barack and his wife in the oval office has been the difference between night and day for many.

However, is the president black? Or is he mixed?

Zaza Ali, who just released Black Matters, a book which assesses black people’s lives in America, was called the “half white chick” due to her biracial background by a detractor. Her reply was simple: “I’m a black woman.” Well, like her, I’ve pretty much always considered myself a black man despite having a Japanese mother. However, to get to the crux of the matter, I recently joined some Asian-mixed-heritage social media sites on Facebook, and was surprised to find the overwhelming acceptance of terms like “haafu,” “hafu,” “hapa,” and even “gaijin.” These labels have traditionally been considered pejoratives but, nowadays, many so called mixed-race people embrace them. If these words are meant to be negative, why would the victims turn around and feel pride in using them? Is this the same as blacks’ (and others) fascination with the infamous “N-word?” Given the extreme examples in the media showing victims siding with their open enemies, such as the black woman who “loves the confederate flag,” can we just write all this off as a sort of Stockholm Syndrome?

Something else which caught my attention in these groups was how many of the Asian-mixed-Caucasians segregated themselves from Asians mixed with anything not considered white; this includes mixes of two Asian cultures. After noticing this on more than one site, I searched Facebook to see if any exclusively White/Asian closed groups existed. I didn’t find any. I wonder why?

Is this just another residual of the same old white supremacy?

racismAre Asians-mixed-with Caucasian regarded as white? And if so, do they enjoy the same privileges as Europeans? Yumi Nakata, in her article entitled “Growing up as a Hafu in Japan” states: “Typical Eurasian Hafu children are admired for their ‘exotic’ Eurasian look, while Hafu Asians like myself are looked down upon.”

Maya Inamura, another “Hafu” mixed with Caucasian, wrote a stirring article about the current Miss Japan (who happens to be a Black Japanese woman). It is entitled “Ariana Miyamoto: Colorism and Anti-Black Racism in Japan.” In it, she states that “All mixed people face discrimination…there is no singular hafu experience.” But she also says: “Being visibly part white can confer privilege…” and Japanese-mixed-with-white are “overrepresented” in the Japanese Entertainment Industry. She sums her analysis up by saying that her own (Japanese) grandmother thinks she (Maya) should be famous solely upon the grounds that she is Japanese mixed with white.

Conversations about racism cut deeply for a host of different reasons, so it is understandable that many do not wish to participate in them. I normally avoid directly inserting my opinion in articles, but due to the personal context of this writing, I had to make an exception here. From my experience, any critical discussion on racism is a very, very mature topic. It is not suited for everyone. For those who are afraid to participate, to express yourself, or to just open yourself up and think about what racism actually is, I agree that you should remain silent (and stay out of the way). silentThis is an adult conversation at the ‘adult table.’ Perhaps you would be more comfortable at the children’s table. There, you can discuss cartoons, sports, video games, and the latest gossip. But for those of us who take being an adult seriously, meaning that we understand we dictate what happens on this planet, this discussion is not an option. No disrespect intended but this needs to be stated.

Dr. Francis Cress Welsing, a behavioral psychiatrist based in the Washington D.C. area teaches the system of white supremacy victimizes ALL “non-white people” (she specifically states “black, brown, red and yellow”) but it is mainly directed at the darkest folks. So it seems this would also include “mixed people.” This theory, taught to her by Dr. Neely Fuller more than three decades ago, is the only one I’ve heard that seeks to address racism in its entirety. May I also add she’s been challenging experts for years to pose a better theory. She claims if someone can, she’ll change hers. And I likewise pose the same challenge. Especially to those Asians, or Asians-mixed with Caucasian (or Latinos) who see themselves as white.

And I can’t forget all the patriotic blacks as well.

“Many people are seeking to find a comfortable place inside the system of racism/white supremacy.” ~ Professor Griff, Public Enemy

And this is understandable, maybe even logical. Let’s face it: who wants to be homeless living under a bridge, locked-up in prison, or even just ostracized from family and friends due to having views which are considered “controversial.”

In closing, I’d like to include my Asian brothers. Many darker-skinned people might scoff at the notion that Asians too, are the victims of bigotry. And this may be because many Asians try hard…real hard to gain even minimal acceptance into the white society. twinkiesMatthew Salesses, in his article “How the Rules of Racism are Different for Asian Americans,” covers this issue in one quote. “I have been called “chink” and “flat face” and “monkey” many many times.” He makes some good points throughout the article but, for me, the statement that best expresses his opinion is: “…why aren’t white people happy enough with EVERYTHING?”

When it’s all said and done, can we lump Asians and Blacks into one group with all the  mixed-races and label it “the victims of white supremacy?” I think it’s safe to say many would disagree. Some would be horrified at the mere suggestion. Sometimes the most difficult thing to do is to see ourselves objectively. Perhaps, instead of concentrating on what you consider yourself, or other races to be, it’s more useful to ponder how the dominant culture views you. How can this be done? Simply by considering the established rule of thumb when it comes to race: the “one-drop” rule. Does it apply to mixed-races? Here is what one blogger had to say: “I don’t remember it referring to any ethnic group other than blacks. But ask yourself this: if this were during WW2 and you were mixed with Japanese and white, do you think you would have escaped being hauled off to the internment camps? Or at best, living in fear of it?”


Stay tuned for the next AfroA Perspective...peace!


“Never trust anyone who says they do not see color. This means, to them, you are invisible.” Nayyirah Waheed

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives 13: When will the Force Awaken?

by Takuan Amaru

Darth Vader Motti

“Don’t be too proud of this technological terror you’ve constructed. The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force!”

~Darth Vader to Admiral Motti, referring to the space station, “Death Star”

In December, episode VII of the Star Wars saga, The Force Awakens, will hit theaters worldwide. According to insider’s reports, the new movie will feature some old familiar faces. has leaked that we can expect to see Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Han Solo again. And not only that, the original actors, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford, will be doing the acting—albeit much older versions of the young, swashbuckling trio from the 1977 blockbuster.

“I’d like to wear my old (cinnamon buns) hairstyle again—but with white hair. I think that would be funny.” ~ Carrie Fisher

How has this cosmic battle that occurred a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away been able to keep movie-goers spellbound in their seats for three generations? Well, some might claim this is an easy question being that all of the essential ingredients for a good story are evident throughout the saga: The element of good versus evil, a “forbidden love” story, great fight scenes and special effects, tragedy, betrayal, revenge, etcetera, etcetera. However, many not-so-successful movies and books also feature one or more of these elements. So, what separates George Lucas’ masterpiece from the rest of the crowd? Could it have something to do with the mystical, supernatural energy known as “The Force?”

In Star Wars, this metaphysical, ubiquitous power holds enormous importance for both the Jedi and Sith monastic orders. The Force was introduced in the original film and has been a focus of every incarnation of the series, including the expanded universe of video games, novels, and comic books. Lucas said the concept for this supernatural flow of energy is Prana (also known as Qi/Chi/Ki), which has been labeled the “all-pervading vital energy of the universe.” In the movies, the Force contains many categories and actually gets rather complex, but the important thing to remember is that it’s an energy field created by all living things that surrounds and penetrates living beings, and binds the galaxy together. In the words of Obi-wan Kenobi, played by Alec Guiness: “It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together.”

alec-guinness-as-ben-obi-wan-kenobi-in-star C3po_r2d2

Undoubtedly, both the lovable and deplorable characters in Star Wars also account for much of its success too. Children as well as the elderly fell in love with the ‘Laurel and Hardy’ duo of R2-D2 and C-3PO. And who could ever forget Jabba the Hutt, or some of the strange and eerie characters at the Mos Eisley port? But as a collective, the most intriguing group the series has to offer its fans is the heroes known as the Jedi Knights. As fighters, Jedi’s are depicted as being without peer or rival; so many jumped to the conclusion that Lucas based this battalion of warrior-wizards on the Samurai of Japan. Similar to “the Way of the Sword,” which was the life-long goal of generations of Samurai, mastery of the Force is the objective of the Jedi. So, both the Force and the Jedi are based on something real, but we still need a few more details about how George Lucas came up with these concepts.

It has been reported that Lucas was influenced by a 1958 Japanese film, The Hidden Fortress (隠し砦の三悪人), which was directed by Akira Kurosawa, and a little-known 1963 abstract film called 21-87 by Arthur Lipsett. However, this may not be the entire story.

220px-The_Hidden_Fortress_poster       150px-Arthur_Lipsett

Justin Thomas, a self-proclaimed “Star Wars Nerd,” is a lecturer, public speaker, and author. His research on the origin of the series has turned up some interesting facts. In a 2011 interview on the show Truth2Power, hosted by Ms. Beverly D, Thomas states that back in the 1990s, he was immersed in deep esoteric studies. In a book he was reading entitled, The Ankh: African Origin of Electromagnetism, he stumbled upon the word “Djed.” Sometimes pronounced “Tet,” “Zed,” or “Jed,” Thomas explains that the Djed Pillar symbolizes stability, and is represented by the spine of the Egyptian god, Osirus. “It exemplifies kundalini and goes into the DNA and melanin,” Thomas claims. “All you have to do is put an “i” at the end of ‘Jed’ and you have Jedi.”

“Who’s lying? And who’s using my stuff?” ~ Justin Thomas, explaining his mindset during his research projects

In order to understand Star Wars, Thomas studied the series from the perspective of both a writer and someone with an Afrocentric mindset. Although George Lucas has admitted the Samurai are part of the picture, Thomas claims that in several interviews Lucas became “a little bit rebellious” about some of the things being said about his movies. During one of those interviews, Lucas reportedly said, “No, the Jedi are not totally based on the Samurai.” Justin claims this caused him to raise an eyebrow.

In spite of all the research available which refutes the notion of Caucasian rulers in the ancient world, movies like Exodus have been the standard in Hollywood stretching all the way back to The Ten Commandments. Justin claims when it’s all said and done, Star Wars is just another case of Hollywood white-washing.

“Don’t get me wrong, I’m a big (Star Wars) fan…but we know that within Hollywood, these guys are heavy occultists…they’re using our knowledge to project themselves how we (blacks) were in ancient times.

According to Thomas, the origin of the Jedi Knights is none other than the ancient “Djedhi Khepri,” better known as the “Wisdom Keepers.” These legendary warrior-scholars were the guardians of sacred knowledge in black kingdoms in and outside of Africa. A global order, he explains they had various names depending on the geographical location. On the Mother Continent, some of the groups studied the ‘Dark Side’ as the Order of Melanophoris and the Order of Seth (Sith Lords). The “Amaru” clans inhabited the Americas, and in parts of Asia, they were known as the “Lung”, or the “Nagas.”

Nagas woman

So it seems that instead of asking if the Samurai were the inspiration for the creation of the Jedi, perhaps a better question is: Did the Samurai descend from Nippon’s version of the Djedhi Khepri?

Thomas goes on to explain that all the orders, in all the lands, looked to the Djedhi Khepri to guard their scrolls and bound papers. Not only did these male and female, black warrior-priests guard these sacred books, but they also were required to master the knowledge contained within them. In a day and age where power is known to corrupt, it may be difficult for us to imagine that the deadliest scholars, professors, and philosophers were also hailed as being the most benign and upright citizens. As leaders, they added the stability that may be lacking today in modern society.

Some may ask: Why is it so important to specify that these people were black?

Dr. Francis Cress Welsing teaches that the dominant system in the world today, i.e. racism/white supremacy, is an ongoing 24-7-365 phenomenon. For this reason, she teaches that all of us should be talking about racism and its effects every day.

Justin Thomas points to a scene in The Empire Strikes Back where the black-white issue may have been subliminally played out in the mind of Lucas. Who could ever forget the fight-scene, as well as the ongoing conversation that took place, between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker.

“Back in 1980, this big, black figure (chuckles) looks at this little whiteboy and says, “I am your father…and the quick denial by Luke to scream ‘No!’ That was such a powerful scene if a person is conscious because you see a huge black figure…his armor is black but the voice is James Earl Jones…telling this whiteboy that ‘I am your father!’”

darth and little luke  darth-vader

 Thomas goes on to emphasize the blackness of Darth Vader, calling him “a shadowy figure,” and even “black, black, I mean negro black.” The interview is a must-hear for all Star Wars fans for even deeper reasons too because Justin Thomas takes the conversation to the occult level by pointing out how the colors of the light-sabers reflect the chakra level of its owner. “That’s why Master Windo, played by Samuel Jackson, had a purple light-saber…he was the leader, the crown chakra,” Thomas explains. “Green is the heart chakra…whenever you see a Jedi using a green light-saber, you know he’s gonna win the fight.”

the-djed-pillar      light saber

Is the origin of the light-saber the Djed Pillar? Did George Lucas visually depict the ancient Egyptian ceremony called the “Raising of the Djed Pillar” in one of the scenes, as Justin claims?


Recently, Professor Griff on his show, NME Mindz, hosted by himself and Ms. Zaza Ali, asked his listening audience if anyone knew what the occult meaning was of why judges wore black robes in court. Dr. Ashra Kwesi points-out that in addition to judges, umpires, referees, and graduating students are also ritualistically clad in black. “To sum it up,” Dr. Kwesi says, “black attire for ministers, priests, judges, and scholars is the norm in the white supremacy system and culture, worldwide.”

luke and fatherThe Jedi Knights are usually cloaked in black, or some dark color too. Is there a connection? According to Dr. Aseer Ali Cordoba there is. “The Force is Allah manifested through melanin,” he says. “That’s why Luke and his pops wore all-black.”

Nowadays, in the conscious community, whenever the topic of darkness or the color black comes up, a discussion on melanin is not far behind. Scientists have revealed that melanin absorbs all forms of energy and the darker the shade, the more potent it is. But science aside, what color do you think is most appropriate to symbolize omnipotent wisdom and strength?

What do you think?

Note: This is the part of a series to introduce the trilogy entitled: Gaikokujin: The Story of Hip Hop, Race, and Pursuing the American Dream.



Justin Thomas Interview:–the-ancient-djedhi


The Ankh: African Origin of Electromagnetism; by Nur Ankh Amen

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives #12: Back to Black…the Key is in the Melanin

By Takuan Amaru

Back to Black or Black to the Future...

Once upon a time, Human Beings were exactly that, ‘Hue’ (color) Man Beings” ~Dr. John Henrik Clark

Does Black equal Melanin-Rich?

Although “Black” is a color similar to other colors (blue, red, white, brown, etc.), there is something special about it. Black is the key carbon (color) of the universe. Black equals melanin. That said, melanin can be found in every known substance.

Think about that for a moment.

It is in coal just as it is in a bicycle. It is in everything from the almighty sun to dirt in a field. This substance is in people, plants, animals…even in the air. In fact, according to Dr. Jewel Pookrum:

Melanin is the face of the Universe/ God (Goddess)”

Melanin is literally the universe in a microcosm. It is a biological, living light-source interacting and reacting upon itself. This pigment literally absorbs ALL FORMS OF ENERGY: heat, light, sound, intelligence, electricity, radiation, solar, nuclear, etc. This may explain why in the western system, men who are supposed to have knowledge of justice (judges) are always dressed in black.

The historian, Dr. Ashra Kwesi, challenges us to think about why scholars are clad in all-black, academic robes at their highest point of achievement (graduation)?

To sum it up, black attire for ministers, priests, judges and scholars is the norm in the white supremacy system / culture…worldwide!” ~ Dr. Ashra Kwesi

Why would this be the case if the color black is so evil?

This is evidence that, at some unconscious level, the collective white psyche has an awareness that the color black is essential to be in touch with the god-force of wisdom and justice”

As stated earlier, melanin is the “universe in a microcosm”, with the macrocosm being space itself. In other words, when a melanin-rich person looks up at a clear, beautiful, black, night sky, she is looking at a reflection of her own face! All the colors of the spectrum visible to the visual eye are related to melanin. So you see, melanin can be found as a pigment anywhere from pale yellow to reddish-brown to blue-black.

Green chlorophyll (in plants) is said to be the first cousin to melanin.

Melanin, if properly understood, could lead us to solving many of today’s problems such as racism, sexism (all forms of discrimination), wars, famine, etc. Once the scientific facts reach the masses, the racist-imposed concept of the male, white Jesus/ God and the superiority of the so-called white race over the majority, “First World Peoples” can be refuted. When this happens, the lion’s share of the people around the world will be free to love themselves through their own image of the Divine Spirit. This is an indispensable step in healing ‘Hue-mans’ from their self-bondage/ hate, and lack of knowledge of themselves.

Melanin is the key ingredient that produces color in the skin of Asiatic people (Ethiopians, Nigerians, Ainu, Aborigines, Borinquen, Indians, Caribbeans, Sicilians, Israelites, etc.) of color. This is a blessing from God as melanin is the key component that links us with everybody and everything in the universe…hence a scientific reason to envision the Divine as being Black (i.e. having color).

ASAR: “Lord of the Perfect Black”  AMEN/ AMUN: the Hidden (Black) Spirit in All of Us.

Statue of Buddah in Japan's most ancient, capital city, Nara

In addition, many religious statues including those of Krishna, Buddha and Mary & Jesus are often depicted as black.


Fudo-Myo: "I cut thru ignorance with my sword and bind demons with this beware!"

Melanin is produced in the pineal gland, which is located in the brain. Although we all have some, there are those who possess only trace amounts (melanin-deficient) or have calcified pineal glands, which thwarts the production of this magical elixir. This may result in a pale or albino (not white) appearance.

Scientific research explains that melanin is secreted into the blood stream in one of two forms: “Seratonin” or “Melatonin”.

Seratonin, which is secreted in the daytime, regulates the body’s cells with regard to the discharge of waste and in the absorption of nutrients from the blood.

Melatonin is a nighttime hormone. One must be in a dark atmosphere for this to be secreted. It uses the nutrients absorbed during the day and is responsible for rebuilding new, healthy cells.

Put another way, “…we die in the daytime only to be regenerated at night” ~Dr. Pookrum

Melanin, in its blackest form, is the greatest absorber of ALL forms of energy. This explains why melanin-rich infants sit, speak, stand and walk much earlier, generally speaking, than those babies who are lacking this substance. This also explains why Original People can dance…

We are naturally able to absorb the sound, become one with it, and express this thru song and dance.

In short, the more melanin a person is able to process and utilize, the more at peace this person will be because of her ability to relate to others. Melanin-deficient, western societies are very quick to kill, destroy, and discriminate (“otherize”) people as well as even plants and animals.

Due to their lack of Melanin, is it possible that they are less able to discern that all is one?

Dark Ages or “White Ages”?

The "White Ages"

Do Europeans comprise a distinct race? Or, are they actually a group of discarded albinos from amongst the world population that has amassed over the centuries?

It has been theorized by brilliant scholars such as Dr. John Henrik Clark that when the “Grimaldi” Africans emerged from the caves and hillsides of Europe following the Ice Age, they were basically savages. They had lived for thousands of years removed from culture, knowledge, human compassion and ethics…not to mention the Divine Spirit. They had lived amongst wild animals and had learned to copy them in order to survive.

Could this be the birth of the “western (beast) consciousness”? Is it possible that the philosophy that is now deceiving the world is actually nothing more than a primitive set of survival tactics?

The Grimaldi Africans lost themselves in that dark, alienated, cold state of existence. They brought on the so-called “Dark Ages” in Europe, dubbed by Dr. Kwesi as “the White Ages. Meanwhile, the vast majority of people, the hue-mans, flourished in truly remarkable epochs of advanced technology and culture.

Did the Grimaldi African devolve into what is regarded today as the western, European? Has he deceived the world with his “white ages” thinking? Has he imposed his lifestyle onto the majority of the world with the use of violence?

Pederasty, eating raw meat / cannibalism and abstaining from bathing or other personal hygiene are only some of the highlights of the actual history of Europe. This is a far cry from the “advanced civilization picture” that many western scholars would have you believe. However, even in that reprehensible state, the original inhabitants of the world were still able to see the divine in them.


Perhaps, it was due to the abundance of melanin for it is a mentally and morally stimulating hormone.

In the words of Dr. Carol Barnes:

“…your mental processes (brain power) are controlled by the same chemical that gives blacks their superior physical (athletics, rhythmic dancing) abilities. This chemical is Melanin!”

This is the 2nd part of the series. If you missed the first part, please check it out and…stay tuned for the next episode of AfroAsiatic Perspectives…Namaste!

Our Ankh-cestor, Dr. John Henrik Clark...peace be upon him...Ase!


  1. Book: My Life in Search of Africa; by Dr. John Henrik Clark
  2. Book: Vitamins & Minerals from A to Z; by Dr. Jewel Pookrum
  3. Video: African History vs. Biblical Myths; by Dr. Ashra Kwesi
  4. Book: Melanin: the Chemical Key to Black Greatness; by Dr. Carol Barnes

Note: For more information on this divine, magical substance, please check this link.  To view this post in Japanese.

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives #11: “Stereotypes of a Black Male Misunderstood…”

by Takuan Amaru

"His Story" of the Black Man in the Americas

Part I: Empathize

I thought about the black men who turned their heads during slavery as if they didn’t know the white master was raping their wife, daughter, sister, and even mother. I tried to understand what it was that gives black men the capacity to say and do nothing while they are being so obviously violated…. Were they cowards or just survivors?” ~Sister Souljah; from the novel, “No Disrespect”

Could the same sentiments be uttered in 2011 about the state of Black Manhood?

Before and After Civil Rights

Well, things may not be perfect, but you must admit, we have come a long way” ~politically correct sentiment


Is there any difference in how adult, black males “say and do nothing” while Oscar Grant, Shawn Bell or Aiyana Stanley Jones are murdered in the public eye and when innocent, black youth such as Emmitt Till were lynched in the public square?

Today, perhaps it is impossible for us to fully grasp just how much “strange fruit” was hanging (rotting) on trees all around the US. Put it this way, it was to the point where the main medium of communication, the English language itself, was forced to create appropriate idioms of expression for this ‘peculiar culture’.

Brief “Crackanalysis” of Language

The ‘cracka’ was the man who whipped the slaves on the plantation. Most times the man who cracked his whip was a lower-class, white overseer or foreman, however, sometimes the cracka was a melanin-rich man who felt pressure to turn against his own.

It has been known for years that the origins of the word ‘picnic’ were rooted in the Jim Crow era lynchings. These regular afternoon gatherings became family-fun-filled events when some of the local, “good ol’ boys” would go out and “pick-a-ni**er”…

…to be lynched.

Men, women and children of all ages would gather for these barbarous spectacles to witness a (usually) black male get whipped, beaten and kicked to within an inch of his life for the appetizer, but always being sure to save the loud, crisp, eerie sound of the snapping of the vertebrae…the actual roped execution, for the main dish.

Oh, and for dessert… The ‘settlers’ would enjoy the customary surgical removal of the testicles and penis…to be kept “as souvenirs.”


Despite the fact that so much information (including ‘post-card type’ photos) remains of these monstrous “family celebrations”, there are many people who still try to deny that the very foundation of the United States is built on murdering and exploiting melanin-rich people with a special focus on the male in this regard.

The origin of the word "picnic"?

The horrible, grisly truth many wish to hide is that lynching darker complexions has been the nation’s pastime more so than even the beloved and cherished sport of baseball.

Part II: The Ritual

A Legacy of the Neutered and Raped

Where were all the government appointed psychologists and mental health specialists for the millions of females and boys who were repeatedly raped over several generations by “massa” after the so-called abolishment of slavery?

If President Lincoln’s cabinet really intended on all of the people in America coming together to live in a “united state of existence” equally under one banner, wouldn’t they have provided some sort of psychological therapy, not to mention a ‘new-career workshop’ or two…something to assist and welcome these new “citizens”?

Use your common sense.

Even in the 20th century, many everyday, working class mothers and wives were forced to stoop to the level of prostituting their bodies to feed their families when the “honky” came honking his horn in the evening for a quick shot of (melanin-rich) sex after more than a couple shots of whisky at the bar.

And what about all of these women’s husbands, brothers and fathers? Since they were denied opportunities for employment due to racism, they could not have possibly met the basic, minimum requirement necessary to qualify as “bread winner” in the home.

How long does it take for a man’s self-esteem to erode when he has no way to earn any money to feed his family? And even beyond that, what happens to his role within that family structure…in the bigger society?

What are the compounded effects to the psyche of the black male who has sat by helplessly for centuries and watched the barrage of insults and abuse from western society transform the reputation of what-was-once the world’s most beautiful and virtuous wonder into the modern day “Whore of Babylon”?

These now broken spirits have been denied access to their true lineage as the descendants of great heroes in the ancient world…the legendary giants of folklore whom all tales of chivalry are based. The ones whose title to knightliness compelled the Spaniards many centuries later to address them as “Knights of the Granada, Gentlemen, albeit Moors.”

The feared as well as venerated, “Black-a-Moor”, who not only colonized Spain for 7 centuries (until the nightmarish year of 1492) but also attempted to civilize all of Europe with the wonders of math, science, literature, and music.

Who would ever believe that the origin of the warrior’s code of ethics, or bushido”, made famous in Japanese culture, could arguably be traced to a group of disenfranchised men who are held in contempt, not honour, for their achievements?

In 2011, any one of these neutered and housebroken pets could easily be said to be more reminiscent of a harmless lion at the zoo than any fearful Samurai of the Emperor.

America is an unhealthy society…for anybody. It’s based on greed and materialism” ~Umar Abdullah-Johnson

Umar Abdullah-Johnson

Umar Johnson, a respected school psychologist / child therapist, serving the greater Philadelphia community states that “there is nothing healthy about American society.” But over and beyond even this grim dilemma stands an imposing system of “sick-lical”, self-hatred set up to poison the minds of our children.

The absence of traditional family values, which begins with a healthy concept of womanhood / manhood virtues, is directly proportionate to the growing number of homosexuals within the black community. This is only one of the many “psychological imbalances” that is devastatingly detrimental for the entire community.

So, where does this sick, cycle of self-hatred begin?

Ironically, we learn it begins innocently enough with the indoctrination known simply as “school.”

The only thing people care about with black boys (in school) is whether or not they can sit still long enough to be ‘mis-educated”

For the children not interested in “sitting still”, they are sent to what was once known as the department of “child psychology” or “mental health”, but now has been renamed, “behavioral health.” Once there, without a second thought, these trusting souls are quickly prescribed mentally and physically damaging, psychotropic drugs by strangers in white coats who barely get to know the youngster’s names.

Incidentally, why all the departmental name changes?

Umar Johnson explains that this clearly illustrates how they feel about our children:

We (the system) don’t care that the boy is depressed. We don’t care that he has lost his father…or maybe a friend to gang violence. We don’t care that he was molested… All we care about is how he acts (behaves)…’Behavioral Health”

Too many of these abused children grow up totally neglected in a home environment where human compassion is virtually non-existent; so they have little opportunity to experience any feelings of love or grace…not even from family members.

Think about that deeply for a moment.

No one ever took time to talk to them or teach them anything; no one ever made them feel special…feel like a human being.

And as a result, they have no respect for their elders…hence, no respect for themselves.

Hmm, is this what rapper Li’l Wayne’s album entitled, I’m not a Human Being” is all about?

And then many of us are shocked when a young brother pulls out a gun and blows another brother’s brains out (just) for stepping on his toe… How could he do that? It’s easy…he never learned the meaning of compassion…that stuff needs to be learned!”

The Emotional Pain Body and Marriage

Two mentally sick people cannot make a healthy relationship, nor can they raise happy children…”

The Emotional Pain Body (EPB), is a “chip of self-hatred” that is suppressed in the subconscious of a person and can be activated suddenly and without warning if she / he is put in a stressful situation. The duration and severity of these “post-traumatic stress disorders” vary from person to person.

Bro. Umar stresses that those people with a severe EPB should not even consider entering into a sexual or marital relationship.

But in many cases, this is exactly the opposite of what occurs.

One thing we have to recognize is that the self-hatred that has been conditioned into the minds of African people also affects our relationships…”

All melanin-rich people learn very early in life to be actors when in the presence of white folks. After so many years, has the act finally caught up with us? Are we now trying to deceive each other…even ourselves?

Just a “Little White Lie”?

Since black women only stand a 25% chance to marry a black man anyway, given the state of affairs as we know them today, this alone is easily more than enough motivation for a woman to “overemphasize” some of her more positive characteristics while simultaneously focusing on concealing some less attractive traits when dating a young, debonair brother.

A person advertising more of their positive side while consciously camouflaging a few less appealing qualities is nothing new, nor necessarily sinister in the institution of courting. But where do we draw the line between introducing our positive-side-only, “representative”, to our date and straight-up lying?

Bro. Umar tells us that some young couples date for as long as 2 or 3 years and actually fall in love with each other’s representatives only to find out later…after it is already too late (married / family) that the level-headed, intelligent person they thought they were in love with is actually a manic depressant, bi-polar psychopath.

Of course these issues are only revealed once the “dating” and “honey moon” phases have completely ended. In other words, when the stresses of ‘real life’ begin to manifest, it is inevitable that those carefully suppressed EPB, bi-polar “bones will come out from the closet”.

Since “no man in America has more stress than a black man”, what does all of this imply about the home and marital affairs of the victims of the “constant onslaught of white supremacy”?

Civil War in the Home by Design

For every problem that is in our community that the white man says, ‘I have nothing to do with it’…we all know that he is (in fact) the very one who set it up…”

Once a young man realizes that the environment he lives in is hostile towards his very existence, he learns to be careful…too careful. The result of this is that unfortunately his home becomes the only institution where he feels he can truly express himself.

Since this societal outcast is constantly harassed by the cops, disrespected and otherwise cannot assert his manliness all day while at work or whenever he is away from his home, he develops a tendency to “over-compensate” for all of the expression of manhood that he had to suppress during the day as a survival tactic. Thus, when he returns from work, this frustration explodes out, over and ugly onto his family and into his home. This tragic, often overlooked side-effect of white supremacy transforms many black men into “dictators and oppressors of their own women and children.” This explains why black males are at a slightly higher risk to become domestic abusers.

If that is not enough fuel for the fire, Bro. Umar keeps it coming.

Now when he comes home from work and expects not to be challenged for the position of leadership in his home he is met by an ‘educated’ sister who has been “trained by the white man” that since she has a college degree and might make more money than her husband, that gives her the right to rule over him”

Domestic civil war erupts in the home.

He is trying to compensate for the manhood he is not allowed to express in white society and she is trying to dominate him because she has been taught to do so by that same society. He is cursing her out, she is cursing him out and…

...the children are watching…closely.

The little girl watches her mother get physically abused so she grows up with a distrust and disrespect for men. The boy sees his father become emasculated and talked down to by his mother and so he grows up suspicious and spiteful toward women.

According to Umar Johnson, both of these situations pre-dispose our children to the psychological imbalance of homosexuality.

He also says that this is “a cycle that is constantly perpetuated.”

Part III: The Mysticism

2011 Resolutions: “The Mother Ship Connection is Here”

Black people are crazier now than in any other time in history…” ~Bobby Hemmitt

Believe it or not, despite what may seem to be a gloomy situation…is actually quite the opposite.

This is the year of mastery for our people. It’s time to focus inward.

An expert-occultist, who simply goes by the name of “Panic”, relates that the number “11” is a master number symbolizing duality: Universe A and Universe B.

However, although there are two scenarios or stages, there is really only one resolution:

Do You!”

Universe A represents the physical, visible world as we have come to know it…cars, flowers, careers, etc.

The Universe A resolution is pretty simple and basically relates to working things out in this 3rd dimension. Some of the highlights on this level are: home schooling the kids, eating more natural, organic foods (especially vegetables), meditation, prayer, exercise, buy gold, etc.

If this resonates with you, great… Do you.

But, for those interested in advancing beyond the illusion of duality, to the level of mastery, where 2 becomes 1…

Universe B Resolution

Universe B, on the other hand, is the “dark side” that reflects a parallel existence to the physical world, both in the past as well as in the future.

Please try to imagine “dark” as a positive attribute from now on.

This is the year the “gateway” or portal opens to Universe B. In addition, there are 9 distinct occasions during the year when the binary code (01) is prevalent in the date and these days are linked to an abundance of untapped reservoirs of energy.

A clear example of this was the so-called “new years” day, or 1/1/11 or 01/01/11. This also was the day of the (natural?) phenomenon that resulted with piles of dead birds and fish all over the world. Brother Panic says this rare occurrence in nature represented the power associated with those days.

This is just part of a much larger prophecy that has been associated with the Mayan (Illusory) Calendar; just one of the events we have to look forward to during this “2012 Exodus Season”.

So, the “Mother Ship Connection” of George Clinton fame, or Universe B, is actually nothing more than a union with an existence which knows no bounds or limitations…the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end.

Remember, we run this *ish; they run around in it” ~Bro. Panic

If this seems like strange nonsense or science fiction stuff…that is exactly what it is…please return to Universe A…

But for those that know…

Do you, and…stay tuned for the 12th Edition of AfroAsiatic Perspectives1


Quote: “Stereotypes of a black male misunderstood…and it’s still all good” ~Notorious B.I.G.; lyrics from song, “Juicy”

Quote: “Just Do You” ~Sis. Yaffa Bey

Picnic: was a shortening of “pick-a-nigger” and referred to an outdoor community gathering during which families ate from box lunches while a randomly-chosen black man was hanged for the diners’ entertainment.

  • The word was originally derived from the term pick-a-nig. Pick-a-nig was a gathering for slave traders and their families back in the 17th/18th centuries. They would get together after slave trading and have a big party, called pick-a-nig.


Book: No Disrespect; by Sister Souljah

Book: The Story of the Moors in Spain; by Stanley Lane-Poole

Blogtalk Radio: Bro. Umar Johnson joins Know the Ledge

Blogtalk Radio: Bro. Panic on the Remix

Final Note: This was the most difficult AfroA Perspectives that I have written to this point for several reasons.  Perhaps no one captures and delivers that “difficulty” better than the immortal Lady Day herself, Ms. Billie Holiday

Lady sings the Blues

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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is doing awesome!.

Crunchy numbers

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa has 296 steps to reach the top. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2010. If those were steps, it would have climbed the Leaning Tower of Pisa 4 times


In 2010, there were 11 new posts, not bad for the first year! There were 15 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 731kb. That’s about a picture per month.

The busiest day of the year was November 3rd with 54 views. The most popular post that day was AfroAsiatic Perspectives#1: What is all the hub-bub and hush-hush about Melanin?.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were,,,, and

Some visitors came searching, mostly for count constaintine de volney, aganist mind control, horemakhet,, and afro asiatic perspective.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.


AfroAsiatic Perspectives#1: What is all the hub-bub and hush-hush about Melanin? September 2010


AfroAsiatic Perspectives #8: Holidays or Hell-i-daze? The Season to be Jolly has begun… October 2010
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About September 2010


AfroAsiatic Perspectives #6: Consciousness on the Internet; Blogtalk Radio Booms… September 2010
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AfroAsiatic Perspectives #10: 2011… Mind Control vs. the ‘Resolutionary’ December 2010

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AfroAsiatic Perspectives #10: 2011… Mind Control vs. the ‘Resolutionary’

by Takuan Amaru

"Ignorance is a food source" ~Dr. Phil Valentine

“I think a lot of us are increasingly recognizing that the dominant culture is killing the planet… I think it’s very important for us to start to build a culture of resistance, because what we’re doing isn’t working, clearly.” ~Derrick Jensen, author of “Resistance against Empire”

Derrick Jensen, author of 15 books critiquing contemporary society and the destruction of the environment, is known as the “poet-philosopher of the ecological movement.” In an interview, he recounted a very bizarre episode from a book called The Nazi Doctors that occurred in the Death Camps of the 1940s. These German doctors, despite their allegiance to Hitler and the Nazi party, couldn’t resist the innate, human desire to help the oppressed holocaust victims.

He said they would help the inmates in various ways such as dispensing extra blankets or aspirins for those complaining of cold or fever.

They would do what they could to help, except for the most important thing of all, which is they wouldn’t question the existence of the entire death camp itself…”

Despite the doctors gradually becoming aware that they were part of something sinister, they still could not bring themselves to openly oppose the system or refuse to participate. Instead they would tirelessly work within the rules to try to “improve conditions marginally.”

Jensen concludes “in retrospect, of course, that’s just not sufficient.” However, he sees himself and other long-time activists of being guilty of the same type of illogical malaise and states the inherent problem with working from inside the system…or from inside “the box.”

The problem is, whenever we figure out a way to use their rules to actually stop them…they change the rules”

Mass Movements / Organizations are ‘Played Out’

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results” ~Albert Einstein

Demonstrations, marches, boycotts, strikes, riots, a million men in Washington DC…you name it, if it’s a type of mass movement we have done it to a higher degree and with more success than the powers-that-be ever thought we could. That said, if we look at the results from all the hard work and dedication that Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King, the NAACP, the Young Lords, or any grassroots organization or gang since the Mau Mau Revolution has put in, what do we see?

A Real Revolution and Resolution

Despite a so-called “African-American President”, the year 2010 witnessed record numbers of murders, incarceration and even character assassinations of melanin-rich citizens all over the world. Corruption, war, poverty, unemployment, police brutality, domestic and sexual abuse… How about taxes, healthcare, the economy in general…

Where is the improvement? Can we look in the mirror and truly say our standard of living has improved at all? No, the real question is:

Can we say it hasn’t gotten worse?

Thinking outside “the Box”, Satellite Terrorism and Mind Control

Anything is possible with a devil that has this much technology at his disposal” ~Bro. Polight

If someone told you that micro-antennae, micro-chips, fluoride and aluminum were deliberately put into the food and water supply for the purpose of sending subtle messages to a distinct demographic of people to encourage them to kill and compete against their own kin, i.e. to act in an insane manner which goes against their very own self-preservation, what would you think?

Is someone who believes this ‘out of their mind’?

If you think so, there is still one other possible conclusion. Perhaps, someone or something is inside of yours.

After further examination, if “satellite terrorism” is not the culprit behind why Black and Brown people kill one another and sell crack-cocaine… If we are not receiving subliminal suggestions that persuade us to not only compete and disrespect our own, but also to NEVER turn our guns or sights on the real oppressor, the common enemy…the “tamahu” (western man and his belief system)…

…If that is not the reason for our self-hatred, Rev. Phil Valentine, Bro. Polight, along with Dr. Francis Cress Welsing and many others are waiting to hear all/any other logical explanations.

Like Cheikh Anta Diop, Gerald Massey, Dr. Yosef A.A. ben-Jochannan, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima and many others who have brought clarity concerning many facts about this “modern”, western civilization (white supremacy), since their well researched, documented facts cannot be refuted, the accepted methodology of the western intellectual community has been to simply ignore or try to discredit without addressing any relevant scholarship.

In an era known as the “Information Age” we can now communicate with people all around the world at the touch of a button. With high-definition TV’s, cell phones, palm-pilots, computers, I-pods, satellites, and other forms of “smart” technology being the order of the day, why is it so unbelievable that micro-antennae, micro-chips and other forms of mind control techniques are being employed?

Is the reason because such tactics are immoral, not to mention a violation of our human rights?

Since we know that a person’s (or government’s) reputation precedes them, what is the US Government’s “credibility” in such a case? In other words, if this type of technology exists…and it surely does, the only thing that would prevent a society from using it for illicit purposes would be a high level of morals, values, and ethics.

So, what type of reputation has western society earned over the years? What is their ethical credit rating?

Aside from the infamous Tuskegee and Nazi Experiments, or the barbarous episodes of small-pox being put in blankets by Europeans and given to Native Americans, how many people know that the self-proclaimed leaders of freedom, justice and equality, the US government, intentionally put poison into vast quantities of liquor during the Prohibition Era of the 1920s and 30s in an effort to scare the population into giving up “illicit drinking.”

So, they murdered several thousands of hard working Americans using a chemical warfare experiment because they wanted to “control” their drinking habit. There are so many incidents of the US and other western powers “experimenting”, or waging all-out biological / chemical warfare on original people around the globe that, without a doubt, these so-called “advanced cultures” now have zero credibility in regards to humanity, brotherly love, or even friendship.

Gandhi, when asked his opinion of “western civilization” by a European journalist, responded: “I think it would be a good idea.”

“Prevent the RISE OF A “MESSIAH” who could Unify and Electrify…”

In the Holy Bible, there is a story of King Herod ordering the killing of all male children 2 years old and under in an attempt to murder his potential rival before he could mature to realize his power as the Christ and his destiny to usurp the throne. Herod is described as “no stranger to political ruthlessness” and as a tyrant that lived a very “dog-eat-dog life.”

Could a US Imperial Policy that exploits the majority of the world, that sanctions against helpless, starving people, has several millions of incarcerated prisoners or commits daily human and civil rights violations against its own citizens be construed as using dog-eat-dog tactics? Could Bill S510 and the Codex Alimentarius Commission be viewed as political ruthlessness?

You be the judge.

It is also written that an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, “Rise, take the child and His mother and flee to Egypt, and remain there till I tell you; for Herod is about to search for the child, to destroy Him.” ~Matthew 2:13

According to many prophets, Herod is again on the trail to “prevent the rise of a messiah.” The only question remaining is what lengths will he go to…can he go to, in the “Age of Information” to prevent us from uniting and becoming “electrified”?

Stay tuned for 2011 ReSolutions in the 11th Edition of the hottest ‘awareness’ article on the internet, AfroAsiatic Perspectives…Shalom!

Resource / Notes:

Book: The Nazi Doctors; by Robert Jay Lifton

Quote: “Prevent the rise of a “MESSIAH” who can unify and electrify…” ~J. Edgar Hoover, COINTELPRO memorandum 1968

Perhaps he was a prophet after all...

Interview: Derrick Jensen / Amy Goodman, Democracy Now

Blogtalk Radio: Truth to Power; host Ms. Beverly Martin; Guests: Rev. Dr. Phil Valentine / Bro. Polight aka Amun-re

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