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Domestic Violence Programs and the African American Church

Personal View about Being a Black Man in America

Please be advised the speaker is using profanity in audio, but his points are valid and common among many black men, but not all.  Show your brother some love!


Dr. Benjamin Carson Speaking at Nat'l. Prayer Breakfast

Who or What Have We Become?

Dancin', singin', playin', hollerin'
wild, crazy, unique, a lady?

Dribblin', jumpin', dry humpin',
confused, who is this?  A man child, a baby?

Been cryin' broke for years.
Keep runnin' away from fears!
Tired of car note, rent, gas, lights...
Man, I'm just wonderin', is my future, bright?

I'm all over the place today,
got the courage to pray,
even if I didn't know what to say.

Should have saw it comin'!
There it was, a jury summons.
Called into court for testin',
I ain't that one for confessin'.

An enemy bit me a long time ago,
so my answer is, "I don't know, is it time to go?"

Look, I see things that others don't see.
I recognize the evil within me.
It takes one to know one.
A battle lost, a battle won.
Who or what have we really become?

There was that child who looked like you,
tried to do all he could to act like you.
Then there was his friend, who walked in sin,
decided one day to hit him in the shin.

This is how fools act in real life,
start with us, create some strife.
They may look like us,
ride the long bus,
pop some gum and start to cuss.

Try to speak some truth, and expose some lies.
But they huff and puff and roll some eyes.

More interested in that big booty shakin'
and feeling good off some baby makin'.

Always happy when they get some money,
then when it's spent hold back the honey.

Listen up and listen real good!
I know you wish that someone would...
but before we get all angry and stuff,
and vow to make someone's life real rough,
may I bring to you just a little news,
and open your eyes to those that abuse?

There is a game many play
and it's called, "He say, She say...
and Do What I Say!"

Control you, control others,
then go around and put down the brothers!

Create a war between friends
and then take them for their few ends!

Bring pain upon those cryin', insane!
Quiet their mouths and tell them, "Stay in your lane!"

Move on men who like to preach,
give them a paper and tell them to teach.
"Say what we tell you and don't deviate from the script,
do real well and we will give you a gift."

If you don't know the meaning behind "The Man,"
then put your head down, put it in some sand!

Cause people are showing you there is more to this life,
and it's not about reality fake show strife!

Look at those around you and what do you see?
A man, a boy, and a half naked B?
Or do you see human love, innocent and peaceful like that of a dove?

No time to build or cultivate,
ideas get put off, they incubate.

Got more time for those who sign a check,
less time for those headed for a train wreck.

Will suffer when the devils catch up,
will cry and wish for God to take your cup!

But personal griefs will come until you are done!

While the world keeps shakin' and baby makin'
men will lie and compromise.

While the world keeps cryin' and many keep dyin'
fathers will run from their sons,
tradin' their lives for a little fun.

While the world keeps movin' and promisin' to soothe,
daughters will find someone that will use and abuse.

While the world keeps robbin' and mommas keep sobbin',
there will be those that will continue to expose...

skin, men, women, and biblical sin
which group will you be in?

Nicholl McGuire also writes poetry at Spiritual Poems by Nicholl and Love Poems By Nicholl.


Defending a No Good Man/ No Good Woman will Cost You

She has a problem with her man so she confides in a friend about this often difficult person to live with, talk to, etc.  Her friend is growing weary of these conversations about a man who has cost her best friend years of happiness, so she says, "Can I tell you something without you getting offended?"  Her friend responds, "Yes, go ahead, because I know you will keep it real!"  So her friend starts with, "I am so tired of you telling me about your no good man, I mean..."  Uh oh.  Now the friend could have phrased her words differently and been nice about it, but the truth is, her friend's sad relationship stories was making her start to think about ending her friendship with this woman she has known for 20 plus years! 

You can only imagine where this conversation was headed after the best friend's statement!  The friend, with the no-good man, starts defending him.  The bold friend shares a few more things that was on her mind.  Before long, the two hang up on one another.

Then across town there are two brothers spending some time eating a meal and talking about women.  The young brother becomes visibly irritated with the other about referring to his fly-by-night romances as "no-good and scandalous and that's why mama never likes the women you pick..."  Uh oh, we have a problem.  Of course, the younger brother starts bad-mouthing his brother's relationship of 10 years to a successful entrepreneur.  "Check you done lost your mind," says the older brother.

So I have to share this point with some of my readers who are in the bed with someone who you know isn't right for you, "That man/woman is going to cost you in more ways than one!"  From a loss of friendships to a loss of income, some don't get it!  I recall my days of Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate, where I lost everything that I deemed lovable, respectable, and more including my mind trying to appease a man who was obviously suffering from some childhood trauma involving his mother that he never got over.  All women who crossed his doorstep and stayed had to pay sooner or later.  I didn't know this until I stayed awhile.

No good men and women are labeled "no good" by exes, mamas, papas, and siblings because they have a long track record of lying, cheating, deceiving, and more in order to get selfish needs met.  These cold-hearted people don't care who they hurt to get what they want!  So that fine looking man or woman ends up being a bitter, angry, and selfish person when he or she no longer sees you acting generous, kind, and loving toward him or her.  Eventually people, all but the lovers, see through the smokescreens.  Now some who have seen the no-good type in a past life do see true colors and know what they got, but they just don't know how to let go.  They rather push everyone else away, find fault with other's relationships, or do other things to keep from facing the truth!

One of the worst things that we do in the black community is defend our no-good relatives, mates, friends, bosses, etc. but put down the do-good types.  Those do-good types are the ones who play by the book, have decent lives, and help others even passing over relatives and friends who have been in their pockets more than enough wanting hand-outs.  The minute the Good Samaritan in the family messes up, the firestorm of gossip starts.  Haters start talking about how this person should have and could have, but when that smooth-talking, nice-looking, no-good uncle, aunt, cousin, co-worker, or whoever acts up, they are given a pass because, "Well you know, he messed up...he can't keep no woman, but he helps out...Yeah, well she might be bad when it comes to men, but she alright."  Meanwhile, children are learning who knows what living with that one who refuses to leave his or her no-good mate.  The sad part is many do-good types stay because of the children.  But if the children had a say, many would cry out, "Just leave him mama....Why we have to stay here daddy with her, you know she crazy?"

A leopard doesn't change his spots, so the old adage goes.  As much as you pray, attend church, and do whatever else you think might help some men and women, we just have to face the truth that there will be those who will not change.  Notice I didn't say all.  Sometimes a little medication, some rest, and proper eating and exercise is all many need to have a better perspective on life, but for others, nothing helps!  From rehab to jail, they are lost!  The demons go into hiding for a time, and then they come out when provoked.  "You don't tell me what to do...I know my man...Don't tell me about my woman!" the "I love my no-good man/woman" type screams.  Yet, some of you reading this, the one with the relationship drama has come to you and asked you for advice, needed a place to stay, your money, time, and whatever else.  Stop enabling these people who refuse to come up higher!   You don't need to keep assisting people who want to defend their no-good mates.  And if you are the one with someone who doesn't mean you well, isn't it time for you to do something different?

It takes one to know one.

Nicholl McGuire is the author of Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate, When Mothers Cry and other books.


The funds misuse case against Jesse Jackson Jr.

Leading up to the events that took place on Friday, February 15, 2013, the media had reported that the son of civil rights leader Jesse Jackson was having various medical issues.  Ironically the feds laid out details of the case during none other than, Black History Month!  Coincidence?

Jesse Jackson Jr. entered a plea to a felony charge for inappropriately spending campaign monies along with his wife.  See articles below:

In the first article, written back in the summer, you will notice the focal point is on Jackson's health problem and less on the investigation since details had not been given at the time.  However, if you read similar reports back then, it seems that the media was attempting to get the public's sympathy rather than their criticism.  It was more important at the time to be careful how Jackson's story was reported, because the re-election of President Obama hadn't taken place yet.

The last thing certain media outlets wanted was the public's opinion to be swayed in any form where it looked like a shady black politician was up to no good.  Being that we live in an ignorant world, many would have subconsciously thought of Obama in a negative light, even though the story had nothing to do with him.  So the media downplays Jackson's case for a time and packages it real nicely by highlighting his medical issues and not the fact that he may potentially go to jail.

In the second article, that is more recent, it is specific as to what Jackson spent some of the money on, but leaves out his medical issue.  Wouldn't that have been important to include and remind the public about since bi-polar disorder is known to cause one to shop impulsively?  But since Jackson is no longer looked upon as a potential candidate for public office, it isn't necessary to draw on the public's heart strings, now is it?  You already have your black president.


How Much Does it Cost to Whistleblow?

There aren't too many people in this world that would give up their clothes, shoes, food, and other basic needs in this life for a fellow brother or sister.  Matter of fact, they are the ones who will tell you to be quiet when you should be speaking up and speak up when you ought to keep your mouth closed.  Those who remember what it was like to have nothing, don't want to go back so they have a master's degree in C.Y.A.  In case you don't know, you may have heard this out on the street, "Cover your own a**!"  Others who remember everything from the butt-whippings to the threats that were made on their lives for telling truth have long been beaten into submission.  This is why, dare I say it, some of our so-called "wise" elders aren't good for too much of anything except taking us back to the days of haves and have-nots--what did they really learn?  Does this describe you?  Look around and what do you see in our communities?  Enough said. 

Has someone closed up your mouth, backed you into a corner, or told you in so many words, "Say something again and I will..." so you said, "I don't want any trouble, all I was trying to do was..."  Maybe I'm not talking to you, but your friend.  Well I have seen this sort of thing, not just offline with relatives and friends, but online too!  People who once were very vocal speaking truth about this issue and that one, gaining some steam and a following, and sharing real truth, have been watered down.  The fire is out!  They are reaching for topics to talk about that are, dare I say it, safe, nice, sweet, and politically correct, etc.

So how much does it cost to whistle blow? Well it all depends on who you ask.  If you ask someone 70 plus, they might not care much about what this one and that one says/does, "I'm dying anyway so I don't give a d*mn what anyone thinks.  I will tell you like this..."  If you ask a rebellious teen who has been in so much trouble that he can't see a way out, he might say, "I don't care whether I live or die, so I will snitch on whoever!"  Then you have many who rather just live life quietly, "Don't get me involved!  I'm not interested in what they are doing on the umpteenth floor...just let me be!"

If you are going to live long in this life, sooner or later you will be put in a position to have to open up your mouth on this issue or that one whether you want to or not especially when it has something to do with your bread and butter. 

Someone or a group is going to expect you to say something and if you move right, there will be a consequence and if you move left, there will be a consequence.  Either way you look at it, you are stuck!  Some will just take the plea bargain, others will keep quiet until someone beats them so bad that they wished they had talked, while many will just lie, fake ignorance, or run their mouths to the point that everyone in the group will be in danger.  No matter what one does, the truth is going to get out and many will be asking in the future, "Where is God in all of this?" 

I alerted you to how the media uses stories to make them black related in a previous post then low and behold if the manifesto, allegedly written by a black man, wasn't circulated all over the news!  I tried to see us in it and posted accordingly even with doubts about the whole thing.  

But the question remains, when it is your turn to speak, confront your enemies, will you come forward and say, "They are lying...they don't know what they are talking about...that man is innocent...that woman didn't do it...You a lie, I didn't do anything!"  Notice, no one connected to Dorner declared his innocense while he was supposedly on the run.  Would your family get on every television screen, be in the news, and elsewhere saying, "I know my child...He is an honest person...There is no way my brother did this!"  It seems that the programming is working, blacks beaten into submission, keep quiet.  "Don't start organizing, putting hoods up, and all that...we know you're kind.  You just believe what we tell you, that Obama type of black did it--that's right a nice looking, intelligent black did it!  Yeah, we know you saw him throw some stuff away--oh no we didn't prompt him to do anything... Oh the video of him killing and shooting officers, no we don't have that, not yet...but keep on spreading the word, he did it," says those who know how to work the media to their advantage.

The civil rights leaders of yesteryear are getting old, dying, or paid off which means there won't be any one to call, come to your neighborhood, or name drop when non-blacks wrong you.  "I'll just call Al Sharpton, Louis Farakhan or Jessie Jackson..." 

It's only a matter of time that someone or a group will rise up and sway public opinion systematically against any one of us, edit our videos, mishandle our quotes, lie on us or our loved ones, then what?  "Don't do what they think you might do, flip the script on them," an older gentleman told me one day.

Just something to think about.

Nicholl McGuire


Uh Oh! News Source in Mexico Reports Dorner Says He Didn't Do It

You might want to check this out in case you wondered whether the ex-cop situation was true or not.

This blogger asks questions that many of us should be asking when it comes to the Dorner story. Check it out:

Note:  After I included the Dorner piece on this site, I noticed that for two days not too much was happening with this story (2/10-2/11).  Then I checked on YouTube around the same time, couldn't find one local saying anything about the Dorner story that was controversial.  No mention of the Spy Drone (notice Dorner last name similar) around that time either.  But then when the Big Bear situation took place, spy drone information criticism was available, videos that had been recorded calling this story "fake, hoax" was in plain view.  All that was different two days prior--just saying.  It appears the controversial videos were held up for such a time as this-- it all seems fishy. 

So now a man's body is all burned up, no preserving his brain to examine it for football concussions or possible study on antidepressant usage for depression and how it might have impacted his mind to think violently (if he really did what they claim, but a media report in Mexico says differently)--end of story, right?  I doubt it, at least for awhile.  They have to make the less powerful puppets in our world believe that events occurred without question.

"Dorner has become the first human target for remotely-controlled airborne drones on US soil," according to a UK newspaper.  Please copy paste what is in quotes because repeatedly I tried to link it and to know avail.

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Ex-Cop Tried to Play By the Book, Live Right Then Lost His Mind or Really?

Christopher Jordan Dorner, the ex-cop accused of murdering the daughter of the retired LAPD Captain and her fiance, is one black man who any person, who has had to deal with unethical practices, racism, lies, and just simple craziness on the job, can relate.

I have included excerpts from his manifesto relevant to the African American subject matter presented on this blog in the past to not only show that this man isn't as crazy as the media and critics you may know think.

Did he really commit those acts of violence or was he forced via mind control?  Did he really write the manifesto that the media talks about and if he did, did someone tweak it?  Well unless someone saw him do anything, then we can't believe too much when it comes to mainstream media that is known for embellishing stories and hiring actors and actresses.

It doesn't matter whether you believe Dorner is guilty, was set up, or someone wrote his manifesto, for purposes of this blog entry, I am taking the liberty to shine some light on his disturbing yet enlightening manifesto.  I must say that I do question the validity of it and I also find that there will be those groups that will utilize it in such a way to get non-blacks to fear the big black guys around our world, to racial profile, and to add more black men to jail cells.  Something like this work attributed to Dorner appears to have evil intent, but we can turn it around and use it for good.

You know the contents of his manifesto some of you can relate if you have ever had to deal with the police specifically the LAPD.  According to Dorner,  "Unfortunately, this is a necessary evil that I do not enjoy but must partake and complete for substantial change to occur within the LAPD and reclaim my name. The department has not changed since the Rampart and Rodney King days. It has gotten worse. The consent decree should never have been lifted. The only thing that has evolved from the consent decree is those officers involved in the Rampart scandal and Rodney King incidents have since promoted to supervisor, commanders, and command staff, and executive positions."  So from this, you know that back when we celebrated with Rodney King about his justice, the truth of the matter,--nothing had changed! 

We will get to LAPD lies and cover-ups that this man reveals in his manifesto later in this blog entry.  But let's start with a few statements Dorner made that I personally heard as a child. In between his rants, threats, shout-outs and boasts about what he knows and has in his possession, he took me back and he probably made some of you think about the past too when you read his manifesto which can be found on the Los Angeles Times website.

1.  "The question is, what would you do to clear your name?"  Dorner pens.

Now when I read this, I remember hearing relatives say things like, "All you have is your name...If I don't have my name, I got nothing...Protect your name."  He adds later in the report, "I want my name back, period." 

As we all know, innocent brothas in jail, having fits, just wanting someone to come and clear their name--it happens and some have lost their minds too as a result.  Years of fighting a system they can't win.  Many are truly innocent, yet law enforcement, lawyers, a judge, fellow in-mates, even some relatives don't believe anything they say.  If you have ever been falsely accused of something, you know how you felt.  Dorner warns readers, "Never allow a LAPPL union attorney to be a retired LAPD Captain,(-----). He doesn’t work for you, your interest, or your name." Again Dorner refers to his name elsewhere in the Manifesto, "Do not dwell on my recent actions the last few days. This was a necessary evil that had to be executed in order for me to obtain my NAME back."

 2.  "Sometimes humans feel a need to prove they are the dominant race of a species and they inadvertently take kindness for weakness from another individual. You chose wrong." 

I think of how when my relatives and friends would get angry after all their giving to certain people and groups they would say, "So you taking my kindness for weakness?"  When they had enough with someone being disrespectful, "You chose wrong."

There were times when you did right by the wrong people over and over again.  You got angry and wanted to get even.  Apparently, on numerous occassions Dorner had filed a complaint with the department about a variety of issues, but the one that stood out the most for him was about his fellow police officer kicking a mentally-handicap person in the face and chest leaving a visible injury.  The whole thing was caught on videotape.  His bringing this to the attention of his superiors is what started the attack on his name.  Dorner was angered by the woman lying on him, having the position she had because there was a conflict of interest because of her connection in the department, retaliation efforts to ruin his name, etc.  Because he snitched on fellow employees--didn't follow "The Blue Line" (more on that later), he believed that is what caused problems for him.

3.  "People who live in glass houses should not throw stones...   How ironic that you (LAPD Headquarters) utilize a fixed glass structure as your command HQ..."

I couldn't help but think of those who I knew upset, because someone who had no business talking negatively about them, with skeletons in their closets, had something to say.    "You live in a glass house, don't throw any stones!"  One relative said to another.

The three statements used above made me think of past times, but it didn't thoroughly convince me that the manifesto was completely written by him.

So let's talk about that "Blue Line" that Dorner mentioned previously.

Blue Line

This term that Dorner uses refers to a club, so to speak, where those in the group take an oath and swear not to reveal secrets, cover for their brothers, etc.  Like a good-old-boys club within the organization.  "Unfortunately after reporting it (the kicking incident) to supervisors and investigated by PSB (internal affairs investigator Det. -----), nothing was done. I had broken their supposed “Blue Line”.  Unfortunately, It’s not JUST US, it’s JUSTICE!!!"

Some of you may have cliches at your workplace where only certain people interact with one another and keep others out who don't fit in while bad-mouthing people because of ethnicity, gender, preference, or ethics.  Dorner writes, "Terminating officers because they expose a culture of lying, racism (from the academy), and excessive use of force will immediately change. PSB can not police their own and that has been proven.

The blue line will forever be severed and a cultural change will be implanted. You have awoken a sleeping giant.  I am here to change and make policy. The culture of LAPD versus the community and honest/good officers needs to and will change. I am here to correct and calibrate your morale compasses to true north." Dorner mentions another blue line reference after an altercation over the word "n*gger" ensued conflict used by racists cops on the force.  Pushing and shoving took place.  Dorner wrote, "I heard Officer ----- call an individual a nigger again. Now that I had confirmed it, I told ----- not to use that word again.I explained that it was a well-known offensive word that should not be used by anyone. He replied, “I’ll say it when I want”. Officer -----, a friend of his, also stated that he would say nigger when he wanted. At that point I jumped over my front passenger seat and two other officers where I placed my hands around -----’ neck and squeezed. I stated to -----, “Don’t fucking say that”. At that point there was pushing and shoving and we were separated by several other officers. What I should have done, was put a Winchester Ranger SXT 9mm 147 grain bullet in his skull and Officer -----’s skull. The Situation would have been resolved effective, immediately. The sad thing about this incident was that when Detective ----- from internal affairs investigated this incident only (1) officer (unknown) in the van other than myself had statements consistent with what actually happened. The other six officers all stated they heard nothing and saw nothing.  The incident caused him and others to be disciplined, "Don’t retaliate against honest officers for breaking your so-called blue line.  I hope your son -----, who I knew, is a better officer than you, Detective -----. The saddest part of this ordeal was that Officer ----- and ----- were only given 22 day suspensions and are still LAPD officers to this day," Dorner pens. 

Racists Police Officers

Besides hearing officers use derogatory terms used to talk about blacks including the President and his wife, Dorner heard other ethnicties being ridiculed.  He complained and eventually was labeled a bully.  He writes, "During the BOR, the department attempted to label me unsuccessfully as a bully. They stated that I had bullied a recruit, -----, in the academy when in reality and unfounded disposition from the official 1.28 formal complaint investigation found that I was the one who stood up for ----- when other recruits sang Nazi Hitler youth songs about burning Jewish ghettos in WWII Germany where his father was a survivor of a concentration camp."

Lengthy Use of Force

The officer who Dorner had the biggest grievance with had "a lengthy use of force record and has been flagged several times by risk management...She found it very funny and entertaining to draw blood from suspects and arrestees," according to the former police officer. So if this was the case, why wasn't something done early on before it got so bad that a mental man had to take a kick to the face and chest?  How many others in the LAPD and other police departments around the world have people abusing power and fellow officers just stand by and let things happen?  What type of climate is one working in that they don't feel comfortable enough to report someone who may be troubled?  Elsewhere in the Manifesto, Dorner describes the woman as often visibly angry.  No one in management could see that the woman was stressed, unhappy?

Paper Trails and Hearings

Dorner refers to hearings, reports and other things that would be easy for an investigative journalist to obtain--that's if they aren't destroyed or re-written.  Noting your findings and including dates and times is always a helpful move in the event you are called to court or have a grievance with someone at your workplace.  I also maintain a workplace blog you might want to check out that talks about his manifesto as it relates to those in leadership managing employees with concerns, see here.  But beware, people might try to discredit you or do what was done to the ex-cop when you tell on them, so have a back-up plan.  Dorner pens, "The department attempted to paint me as an officer who could not write reports."

Pride Comes Before a Fall

It is obvious from reading this man's manifesto that the former officer was not a humble gentleman and he wasn't into faith, religion, and other spiritual things.  Dorner was trained to kill and one following this man in the news must remember that!  He also didn't connect himself with what society would consider the typical mainstream black professional as the following:  "I’m not an aspiring rapper, I’m not a gang member, I’m not a dope dealer, I don’t have multiple babies momma’s. I am an American by choice, I am a son, I am a brother, I am a military service member, I am a man who has lost complete faith in the system, when the system betrayed, slandered, and libeled me. I lived a good life and though not a religious man I always stuck to my own personal code of ethics, ethos and always stuck to my shoreline and true North. I didn’t need the US Navy to instill Honor, Courage, and Commitment in me but I thank them for re-enforcing it. It’s in my DNA."

Department Ethics, Practices Revealed

Some thought-provoking things Dorner mentions about his fellow officers are as follows which I found interesting:

1.  Officers worry about things like: " call from internal affairs or from the Captains office wondering if that is the day PSB comes after you for the suspects you struck when they were cuffed months/years ago or that $500 you pocketed from the narcotics dealer, or when the other guys on your watch beat a transient nearly to death and you never reported the UOF to the supervisor."

2.  "From 2/05 to 1/09 I saw some of the most vile things humans can inflict on others as a police officer in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, it wasn’t in the streets of LA. It was in the confounds of LAPD police stations and shops (cruisers)."

3.  "Are you aware that an officer (a rookie/probationer at the time) seen on the Rodney King videotape striking Mr. King multiple times with a baton on 3/3/91 is still employed by the LAPD and is now a Captain on the police department? Captain ----- is now the commanding officer of a LAPD police station (West LA division). As a commanding officer, he is now responsible for over 200 officers. Do you trust him to enforce department policy and investigate use of force investigations on arrestees by his officers? Are you aware ----- has since promoted to Sergeant after kicking Mr. ----- in the face. Oh, you Violated a citizens civil rights? We will promote you. Same as LAPD did with the officers from Metro involved in the May Day melee at MacArthur Park. They promoted them to Sergeant (a supervisor role)."

4.  "Those Caucasian officers who join South Bureau divisions (77th,SW,SE, an Harbor) with the sole intent to victimize minorities who are uneducated, and unaware of criminal law, civil law, and civil rights. You prefer the South bureau because a use of force/deadly force is likely and the individual you use UOF on will likely not report it. You are a high value target."

5. "Those Black officers in supervisory ranks and pay grades who stay in south bureau (even though you live in the valley or OC) for the sole intent of getting retribution toward subordinate caucasians officers for the pain and hostile work environment their elders inflicted on you as probationers (P-1's) and novice P-2’s. You are a high value target. You perpetuated the cycle of racism in the department as well. You breed a new generation of bigoted caucasian officer when you belittle them and treat them unfairly."

6.  "Those Hispanic officers who victimize their own ethnicity because they are new immigrants to this country and are unaware of their civil rights. You call them wetbacks to their face and demean them in front of fellow officers of different ethnicities so that you will receive some sort of acceptance from your colleagues."

7.  "Those lesbian officers in supervising positions who go to work, day in day out, with the sole intent of attempting to prove your misandrist authority (not feminism) to degrade male officers.You are a high value target."

8.  "Those Asian officers who stand by and observe everything I previously mentioned other officers participate in on a daily basis but you say nothing, stand for nothing and protect nothing. Why? Because of your usual saying, ” I……don’t like conflict”. You are a high value target as well."

9.  "Those of you who “go along to get along” have no backbone and destroy the foundation of courage. You are the enablers of those who are guilty of misconduct. You are just as guilty as those who break the code of ethics and oath you swore."

10.  "Citizens/non-combatants, do not render medical aid to downed officers/enemy combatants. They would not do the same for you. They will let you bleed out just so they can brag to other officers that they had a 187 caper the other day and can’t wait to accrue the overtime in future court subpoenas. As they always say, “that’s the paramedics job…not mine”. Let the balance of loss of life take place. Sometimes a reset needs to occur."

11.  "It is endless the amount of times per week officers arrest an individual, label him a suspect-arrestee-defendant and then before arraignment or trial realize that he is innocent based on evidence. You know what they say when they realize an innocent man just had his life turned upside down?. “I guess he should have stayed at home that day he was discovered walking down the street and matching the suspects description. Oh well, he appeared to be a dirtbag anyways”."

12.  "When your family members die, they just see you as extra overtime at a crime scene and at a perimeter. Why would you value their lives when they clearly don’t value yours or your family members lives? I’ve heard many officers who state they see dead victims as ATV’s, Waverunners, RV’s and new clothes for their kids."

13.  "Why would you shed a tear for them when they in return crack a smile for your loss because of the impending extra money they will receive in their next paycheck for sitting at your loved ones crime scene of 6 hours because of the overtime they will accrue. They take photos of your loved ones recently deceased bodies with their cellphones and play a game of who has the most graphic dead body of the night with officers from other divisions. This isn’t just the 20 something year old officers, this is the 50 year old officers with significant time on the job as well who participate."

14.  "How do you know when a police officer is lying??? When he begins his sentence with, 'based on my experience and training'."

Then near the very end of Dorner's manifesto, after all the shout-outs and remarks about different people he admires and hates, he writes, "Blacks must strive for more in life than bling, hoes, and cars. The current culture is an epidemic that leaves them with no discernible future. They're suffocating and don't even know it. MLK Jr. Would be mortified at what he worked so hard for in our acceptance as equal beings and how unfortunately we stopped progressing and began digressing. Chicago's youth violence is a prime example of how our black communities values have declined. We can not address this nation's intolerant issues until we address our own communities morality issues first. Accountability.We need to hold ou"

It ends just like that.  He doesn't complete the last sentence. Now I took the time to extract the significance of this manifesto, because it just reinforces what many researchers and victims of groups have tried to convey, but those who are programmed with all sorts of oaths, secrets and the like refuse to see.  Men who stand for something don't go down easily.  If this man is nothing more than a mere puppet, then the script back-fired on some elitists, because people will remember what was revealed in the manifesto and hopefully act peacefully.  We have to be mindful that there are those who are trying to start a civil war so that they have an excuse to establish new laws on citizens.  So if one does protest any police department nationwide, don't be tempted to sin, so to speak.  For some of you activists, you might want to review some old MLK strategies and check out some of the things Internet activists do.  But whatever you do, don't buy into anything that is going to make you act like a fool and start shooting up people. Thanks for stopping by.  Feel free to subscribe to this blog. Nicholl 






Masking an Agenda to Look Like a “Black” Issue

When we listen to black news, our black relatives, and black leaders at the workplace and church, we typically don't think too deeply about what they are telling us. Why? Because you might share common experiences like being unfairly treated by certain non-blacks. So the last thing you think about is that person on or off TV, in a magazine or standing before you is a mind controlled person who is just regurgitating what he or she believes is a “black” problem.

But when someone or a group tries to convince us that something is important to us when it really is not, they are going to say some “trigger” words related to what they think they know already about us. Whatever the words might be, the skilled leader, writer, teacher, etc. will carefully plant them in his or her speeches to get you up off your seat, out into the community, or simply keep you in bed thinking about nothing but getting your fleshly desires met. Now roll over and go back to sleep!

For instance, I tell you that a certain athlete is up to no good off the court and why people should stop buying his sneakers and paying for game tickets to see him. But you like the athlete so you don't want to look beyond his performance. In our conversation, we start throwing some names around of athletes we both know back when we were in college and how their reputations mattered both on and off the court. You and I both agree. But then you start talking about some negative experiences you had with them and also share some stories about what you heard. Through your personal experience, I take you back to my original point. By the end of the discussion, you are plenty angry about what you have learned about your star athlete. You say you will consider not buying your children his sneakers anymore or going to his games.

Now that example was simple. You have one person with a thought that may or may not have been generated by media influence. After talking for awhile you might question further what do I know that has made me think that way. When in a conversation similar to the example, a person should look beyond the scope of a celebrity's performance to see how might his or her actions or inactions might affect sons and daughters and others in the family unit since they might idolize this person.
Now think of the power play of persuasion used in the example on a grand scale.  A person convincing you to believe something that may or may not be true of someone or something. When most people don't like something or someone they usually don't keep their personal opinion to themselves. What most likely happens is the individual will persuade others to go along with what? The programming!  From television programming to “What my mama said” programming. Non-blacks do this all the time in media and will put select top-charting, block-buster movie performing blacks up to spreading their messages that are supposed to be about black people!  We have enough issues within our own family structure so why take on more orchestrated by the media!

Another black man or young boy is gunned down on a city street and this is popularized in our media  once again to do what?  Psychologically keep black folks in line, especially when police brutality is involved, reminding us to stay in our place or else. Of course, there are many random acts of violence that happen to all sorts of people, but to single out blacks so often in media, in my opinion, is due to the looming threat that if we set our minds to it, we will organize on a mass scale, this time without the need of a white man or woman acting like Jesus Christ to help us behind the scenes.
If one wants to keep a people mind controlled and oppressed, the enemy is going to use the group's own people to say things he or she may know about us already, but the evil one is going to magnify them in such a way that they benefit him. “Well, he got a point, our people always know we can't organize to save our lives...” Non-blacks hear what we say amongst each other and then they use what they have learned against us.  Sometimes we have to just stand up like we do with the word n*gger and say, “We might say that amongst each other, but you don't have a right to say what you want to say to us and think we are going to be okay with it.” Just because one has walked with a black, ate with a black, and may have even had sex with a black, doesn't mean he or she knows or is black. However, we have those in our community that divide us because they “think” they know. Their causes are more important then walking in peace and righteousness. They start believing that their own man-made/demonic agendas made up of selfishness, deceit, and witchcraft is going to really help the collective even though that is untrue, but they even persuade themselves on their own lies!  Those in powerful positions around the world attempt to convince us through everything they can think of to go along with that agenda masked in black!   From a black singer dancing seductively in black to a created script of chaos about black to get everyone fearful and upset about black.  Get it?  Blacks serving other blacks with an agenda that was never really about black! 
Talk show hosts, comedians and others that have sold out for more fame and money are used heavily to perpetuate myths, stereotypes and more while ultimately destroying what little critical thinking skills that the disenfranchised blacks have. Sure, he or she sounds like us, acts like us, but are not truly representing us!  And let's be honest, what really is “us”? You and I may have common interests and experiences, but there really is no “us” where we can sit down and agree on everything that we do and say--that doesn't even happen with bloodlines. Yet, it is in the best interest of those at the top of the food chain to treat us all the same. Because if they do that, eventually we are going to shop at the same places, eat the same foods, talk the same talk, walk the same walk (notice rappers and brothas from around the way), and act like whatever they want us to act like just so long as it is very close to the same this and the same that--it's cost effective, easier to manage people with similar behavior, interests, buying patterns, etc.  No originality creativity, no new perspective to help humanity, and no new way of doing things! 

When you least expect it, our so called “reputable, trustworthy” media (see what I say about this on my YouTube Channel: nmenterprise7) will take an issue that really has nothing to do with you or I, our families, neighborhood, business associations, church community and the like, then spin it so that it is about you! There we are ready to rip our mates, relatives and friends a new one over an issue that really doesn't have anything to do with your relationship, business, raising children, spirituality, etc.! 

When some bring the manufactured hype to you, you should say, "What happened to this one and that one's child is unfortunate, but that is not my child.  'It might could could have' is fear- mongering.  Matter of fact, when was the last time you spent time with your own child while you are getting so upset about someone else's?"  I'm sure you can phrase this statement better, but you get my point. 
The famous black athlete gets arrested, so what! Consider it a big payback for all that lying and cheating he was doing on and off the court finally catching up to him—they don't pay those "chosen" hand-sign waving players the big bucks for nothing! 

The award-winning African American journalist, singer, rapper, talk show host, or someone else we think we know goes down for this issue and that one, then what do some of us do? We act like the whole community is going down with him or her, “They don't let us have see the man is up to his tricks again...” so he is, then expose him on it.  Don't convince me to go along with "the program."  Tell the complainer, "I dare you to walk up to The Man and tell him about his ugly ways and then organize a protest."  I personally got on people's bad side for making a stand, and guess what?  I don't care.  I don't lose one night of sleep for speaking truth. 
But what do the sell-out entertainers, lawyers, doctors, teachers, government leaders, business men and women do to attain and keep their positions? Whatever their handlers tell them--some give up sex and sell-out their own children, others give up relationships, murder, abort babies, cause chaos, fix games--whatever! 
Ask yourself this, has any celebrity you pay your local cable company each month to watch on TV, between brain-washing commercials personally or professionally, helped you?  Think about that for a moment. 

Let's be real with ourselves and stop going along with mass media brainwashing! Tell yourself, “Not my issue,” particularly when you know the media wants you to toss those hoods up, raise those hands, buy this, vote for this one and support this cause, protest, and give to that. Most of the over-hyped messages directed toward blacks are typically coming from a cowardly, house slave entertainer who refuses to speak truth—real truth—not manufactured hype. However, we don't want to look away so much from current events that we become ineffective when it comes to spreading real truth among family and friends either! 

Be more concerned about what is affecting your life AND your brother and sister's as well—if you have a faith you know what I am talking about, I'm not encouraging anyone to cast their pearls to swine, no matter what color that swine is—black, brown, pink, or shady!  But what I am saying is be viligant when it comes to truth-telling and let your Creator guide you.

When a black face stands before masses, supposedly having something “important” to say, and this message is pretending to address a “black issue,” you have got to remember that there is more to the story. Pay attention, close attention, to what has taken place leading up to such an event such as:  the death of a celebrity, a tragic event, or a supposed feel-good story or victory decorated with black characters.  Why does media really want you to know this?  For example, if you saw a black couple all over the media winning a large amount of money.  You would know that the media is encouraging you to waste more money on lottery tickets not so everyone would be so happy for this couples' win.  With enough programming, you would fall for it and have most of your spending money gone by Friday trying to keep those numbers in--some of you know who you are! 
Notice what club a puppet for the media belongs to, because you should know by now, that many business people have club associations, you might be one who is connected with a group yourself. What might be the topic of the day coming from the top at your organization? Who is really at the top, have you looked beyond the group's propaganda to figure that one out? (Researcher Steve Coakley told many blacks about The Boule, did you do your research yet?  This elite group made up of the wealthiest blacks in America has been known for being the gatekeepers for the white secret society, Skull and Bones.) 

Think about this for those of you who belong to churches, why does your group and others tend to be active when it comes to the same political issues approximately the same time, despite having nothing in common, and supposedly separate from government? Think about the many patterns with churches across all denominations who will preach similar gospels supporting one political issue, gender group, news event, etc. Who is governing them? When you think about all these questions, you have to also think who is really benefiting from the national civic group's, mega-church's, fraternity's and women's club members' time and money ? How long does one stay with the group before he or she can branch out on his or her own and still be successful? You see, “The Agenda” behind the black issue matters to only a few. No matter what level you are in a community group, secrets stay at the top unless someone chooses to reveal something worthwhile which most often not.

Have you observed during a presidential campaign year after year the same issues keep coming up?  The powerful minority rarely organizes nor demands that new issues be put on the table that affect all people not just blacks  and the "real" majority's efforts usually get shot down by traitors who work within the group. Who really takes responsibility for old issues that have yet to be rectified--politically, spiritually, mentally, etc.?  Who?  No one knows.  All you have is a puppet politician, lawyer, doctor, teacher, civil rights leader and others who tell you another lie.  Yet, the same powerful individuals running our world will use the over-hyped topics year after year to sway the masses to abandon critical thinking skills and keep going along just to get along.

In closing, do keep your eyes wide open on any topic that is deemed a “black” issue. Never assume that a black entertainer with millions of dollars and a large platform “Got you...” or “feel you.” Maybe there are some remnants of emotion left over from “Back in the day...,” but seriously, those puppets have changed!  When these players disappoint their masters, they get on the Internet and elsewhere and start confessing in between jokes, comments and the like, "I sold out to the devil...they tried to kill me...the entertainment industry ain't nothing but..." and that's when their career dies, a loved one dies or they die. When the sell-out starts breaking programming, refusing to mask the agenda as a black issue, they have to pay a dear price because of it.  It is then, that they, my friends, become martyrs for our land. 
The truth will set masses free in time, so spill it!  God bless.


Black History is Everyday of Your Cotton-Pickin' Life

"Cotton pickin'..." I heard that statement used in a sentence not that long ago as a filler when one was frustrated about something, but as you can see it is something that was done by slaves in past years. 

Crazy to think that Black American slavery took place only a generation or two away. Many of our grandparents or great grandparents were slaves if you are 30 plus years.  SLAVES!  Like many of us still are today.  Sex slave, mother slave, angry slave, entertainer slave, lawyer slave, whatever your profession, when you have a boss you are a...that's right worker, employee, or dare I say it, a slave! 

Sure, you may have a nice house, own a car, and have a savings account, but our ancestors in one way or another tend to speak out from their graves, "Hey Negro!"  Yes? we answer.  "You're a slave!"  Not just blacks either, but anyone who isn't in a position where they can sit back and get fat off the land and must work almost everyday. 

"Hey House Negro!" the field slave calls out.  Yes? we answer.  "Just wanted to remin' you to pray to the Lord, you gon' need Him!  Devil is still at work.  He is trickin' you...gon' take your mind and your babies, better watch 'em!"  says that slave who once sang old Negro gospels to get him through the day.

Whether you are "out in the field" working or "at the big house"or "in the office" slaving away, you are doing some cotton-pickin' for someone.  Pickin' over files, pickin' up paper, pickin' up a pen, pickin' up new get the idea.

So I thought about Black History Month for a moment and thought everyday there is some form of Black History Month in my household.  The children question, "What is it that you are saying?" when old-school terms fall off my lips, so I share a family story.  Then there are those times that my sons bring home something from school that is all about white history, so I take a book off the shelf about my family history as well as black inventors and have them draw black faces.  I also have my own black history moments that aren't about strangers, but about where I've been and where I am going and sometimes I share with others and sometimes I don't.  The way I see things, Black History Month is a good thing as long as your programming is controlled by you!  Don't leave it up to mainstream media to honor your history.  It's far too easy for the master to pull out all the bad of your past and re-program you to shimmy and shake for him, sleep with him, think you are dumb, a mere slave, and to sell yourself and your family out for a few pieces of gold.

Look back on your past for yourself based on the needs you have now!  What do you need?  Encouragement? Love? Peace? More patience? A faith?  Search your family history for these things and if you can't find them, better yourself mentally, physically and spiritually now!

Nicholl McGuire


Elitists, New Age Shift, Superbowl 45 and Beyonce

Superbowl 45 Half Time Show Occult Symbolism

From the manufactured hype about Beyonce's Superbowl performance to an "interesting" Baltimore win, the truth sits underneath the lies. 

Lights were out at this game (like at Candlestick park when the 49ers played the Steelers), but it wasn't going to be a win for the city of San Fran this time around.  Like half an eye was darkened during the opening of the show on select 49ers, so was half the stadium after everything went dark intially.  Those that were enlightened to the happenings of this event took their cue.  

The city of Baltimore has been on the move lately (see this article) with an increase of immigrants last year flocking to the city, but nearing the end of the year reports showed the economy was headed in the wrong direction (see here). 

Being that the 49ers and Ravens Superbowl match up had larger coverage than previous Superbowls and also more women viewers (which has steadily increased in previous years according to online news reports--thanks to Beyonce), the international community needed to receive a message straight from the top to world leaders.  Think: a large event like this is never wasted especially in the occult world.  Like in previous years, the hidden hand was at work with its ancient god worship and symbolism (ie. six hand signs, Egyptian pyramids, color black theme, astrological sign, ritualistic dance to evoke spirits, and more). 

While many think that shows like the Superbowl are all for show, those "in the know" know that it's time to make a move.  A new age shift has come upon our nation, out with the Aquarius, and in with the age of Gemini.  For the slave, I mean worker, it just means follow the orders of your master and stay tuned for new instructions affecting all aspects of your life.  More changes, the big bosses' agendas are to be put in effect.

As much as you and I would love to just focus on the simplistic routines of our daily living, those of you who read the Holy Bible know that we aren't too be concerned over what to eat, drink and wear.  We are supposed to be about seeking truth and helping our brothers and sisters be delivered from an enemy hell-bent on destroying them!  But I digress...

Know that there is more than meets the eye.  Do check out my hub page here and get personal commentary on some of Beyonce's performance by scrolling down the following hub page, subliminal programming.

Nicholl McGuire


Crisis Actors Used in Media News Stories and Elsewhere

When most people think of acting, they think of stars, blockbuster hit movies, etc.  but rarely do they think of actors being used in media to further convince you that a tragedy did in fact happen in the way that it has been reported by so-called reputable journalists.

But it is happening.  When you connect the dots, you realize that the fake cry from a supposed grieving parent (or lack of emotion) is nothing more than someone acting.  You know that what you are seeing is unbelievable, but you most likely don't think anything further and go along with whatever the majority believes--the situation happened end of story.  However, for those who are discerning, the perceptive type who doesn't buy into everything being seen as real, you need not give up on questioning what you see.  Chances are one day your relative, friend or even a stranger you may know of online will be in a situation that will leave you guessing, "What the...happened?  Who is responsible for this?  Why was this person targeted?  Are people just acting?"  Don't be one of the ignorant ones perpetuating lies.

Here is a little worthwhile homework for you to keep you in the know.  Begin with one of the more popular ones below and keep researching other mainstream news stories that left you with few answers and more questions.

Sandy Hook

When the man featured in the following video started asking questions, what do you think happened, he didn't die but...

Notice on the following website's page, CNN and other outlets use their services.  So why would they?  For any number of reasons including not being able to get interviews with certain people, a desire to increase ratings, a need to get a story out first, and more.  Since links tend to go dead, do look up crisis actors to discover more interesting information about how they are used in media manipulation.

As you learn more, you will find that prior to this event, there were accounts set up specifically to collect money.  Pay attention to dates and times at multiple locations when you are checking whether someone or something is revelant, accurate, or truthful. 

Thanks to Youtubers posting up compelling videos, you can clearly see that days in advance some people were aware of what was going to take place.  Also, researchers of past events like 9-11, London Bombings and Sandy Hook said similar drills were ongoing in the area where events took place.

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