Nov. 26, 2022

Marcus-Medgar-Malcolm- Martin Training Our Young Black Boys Right

It is my feeling that if our young black males were exposed early enough in their lives possibly grades 3-8 to the M Principles of Black History just maybe our communities wouldn’t have the major problems that currently exist today. You may ask what are the M Principles and how would those principles dramatically affect the potentialities and possibilities of young black boys growing into achieving black men. The M Principles are based on the lives and actions of 4 renowned black men in our history.

These 4 ancestors are Marcus Garvey, Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, the Marcus-Medgar-Malcolm-Martin Principles that will project the following into the hearts and minds of our young black boys: leadership, scholarship,
achievement, unity, and love of brotherhood.

4 M’s from the study of Marcus Garvey the energy he focused on was universal black unity which was one of the primary goals of his global organization the Universal Negro Improvement Association or UNIA. In unity, Marcus Garvey believed you will find purpose and through purpose, you will find progress.

From the study of Medgar Evers, you find the leadership skills necessary to reach and exceed your personal goals. Although Medgar Evers had support all around him from the National Association For The Advancement of Colored People or NAACP, Medgar understood that being out in front required that you had to be fearless and determined and often alone to build the capacity of growth not only for yourself but also for others.

The study of Malcolm X saw the brilliance in himself when others may have seen failure. Our youths will understand the importance of scholarship because although Malcolm X never attended a high school, university, or college he learned that the expansion of his intellect came internally not externally. Our black boys must gain the belief that learning is driven by the passion inside of oneself not always driven by a formal classroom setting. Malcolm X could discuss with educated men and women who thrived in a classroom because he understood his brilliance was mastered internally.

Finally, the study of Martin Luther King Jr.’s beloved community concept will bring out the passion for living fully and not harming others in that process. It will also deliver the concept of achievement against all odds to energize our youths to meet the challenges of life fully. The 4 M Principles will create engaged communities of vibrancy and soul, creativity and love, and purpose to help others.

Nov. 25, 2022

Jerry Jones

Jerry Jones to his CowBOYS regarding taking a stance on the National Anthem


Cowboy Kneeling Policy

Jerry Jones Has A Long History of Bigotry 


I didn't have time to post this about Jerry Jones until today but here it goes.


“But most of all I want you to remember, you are the actors, but this is MY stage and you will play the role I tell you to.”


Mr. Plantation Owner Jerry Jones to his field workers prior to training game when they will put their physical bodies on the line for his Dallas Cowboy STAR in Dallas in 2018. Now, listen here boys I pay each of you well and the last I seen my checks don’t bounce. We got all the pain relievers and body enhancers you need to produce today and tomorrow. We have confirmed that 20 years from now some of you players will not remember the day of the week, your wife’s name, or the names your loved ones, and the records you accumulated while wearing the star. I got some serious talk for you this here Friday before we square for another season. Naw, We got ourselves a big young buck behind center now, Dak Prescott, we told him to forget kneeling because I’m Jerry Jones, so get ready for my double dealings . So Dak if you kneel you had better get use to wearing teal. Hey Elliott the only kneeling you can do is in the end zone after a score but make sure that right hand is over your heart. Don’t play around or you will be searching for job. Is Dez working yet?  



You all had better not, and I mean better now embarrass me by projecting any sign of national protest against the mistreatment of your people before this game, or any other game.  You know that there are plenty more negroes like yourself out waiting for the planter’s truck to be paid for this here field work.  Yes, I said fieldwork you don’t get paid by the baskets of fruits, cotton, or veggies you pick any longer. You now are paid by the tackle, yards gained, passes caught but once you are done with those skills and are mentally and physically ill, and I’ve had my fill, you can get the hell out of my grill.  Don’t you dare even think that I will not chill? You see Jerry Jones pays all these Cowboys bills.  The police can unjustly kill, jobs for your friends will never be filled, and we the plantation, oh team owners aren’t going to share anything other than some of these bill. Because we are the plantation, oh team owners and we control this damn National Football money-making mill.


So you better not kneel I don’t care what you think about injustice or police brutality. As long as I own that star on the 50 yard line, I am the master and the interpreter of justice. So if you hitch aboard this cowboy ride I own your thoughts.  If you decide to bend to your knees. You had better believe your paycheck, I’ll freeze. I don’t give a damn if black bodies continue to lay dead in the breeze. Don’t you dare try me I, Jerry Jones, is no one's damn tease? You represent me and I am king of this lair, you can kneel when you control the owner’s chair. 


Otherwise, just grin and bare it because if you act a fool I’ll certainly take your damn mule because you cats are under Jerry Jones’s rule. Colin should be loose and hung by a noose on a damn spruce. I simply don’t care how much he can produce. His kneeling for justice well that’s not any damn excuse. Just remember boys, oh yes I said, boys, you play without making any agitators noise. You see you are owned lock, stock, and barrel and you are my personal Jones CowBOYS.


Oh, and by the way for my black players know this I been historically bigoted for quite a while. I even fought to stop your parents and grandparents from integrating into schools because they didn’t understand that the white man must rule.

Nov. 11, 2022

America’s History

Nov. 10, 2022


Nov. 10, 2022

Black Art by Amira Baraka Voiced By The Blackman Who Reads Aloud

4 minutes of prose power