Saturday, May 13, 2017

The Powerlessness of African Americans (Black People)

Dr. Amos Wilson On Power (3 minutes)
Just read the transcript and watch just this part of the video.

Ultimately even when we talk about so-called black on black violence or where we talk about the mis-education of our children or many of the other problems that we talk so much about you must come to recognize that to a very
great extent these problems flow from our powerlessness as people they fall from the fact that we have not
developed the power to change our circumstances
and that we will not change our circumstances until we develop real power there's no other way around it trying to get other people to have goodwill and live between sisters and brothers ain't going to work I'm telling you it's not going to do it you got to have power to even get them to believe
that powerful people don't pay much attention to the sermons of the powerless now preaching and ranting and
raving that those other folk but it's not going to have much influence on their behavior why should they pay your inattention you don't represent anything
okay so you gotta have power even convinced them to love you to be brotherly and to be sisterly why should I
be sisterly to you these what does it mean you can't do anything to me that's what they say you can't do anything for me so what's the point why should I love you what I have a game about nothing here yeah sorry a lot of us you know think that we can just preach the enemy into submission ain't gonna happen but if you got some power behind what you're saying things happen you see people listen to powerful people don't they if we want to be heard if by people have a different message if African people have a different message a different philosophy and ideology then African people must back that ideology up with power but as long as you don't have any power your message can it be as beautiful and it's wonderful that you want it to be nobody's going to hear you know that's going to pay you in mind.
Dr. Amos Wilson
You Tube Transcript

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Stop The Crime In Chicago Now!

Stop The Crime In Chicago Now!

A lot of the crime and murders are perpetrated by African American (Black) men, so let’s focus on them.  If Chicago’s political, business, and community leaders are serious about stopping the crime they should consider some or all of these suggestions.

  • Encourage the under-educated, unskilled, and uncouth young Black men to move out of the city Chicago.     
  • Provide a universal basic income for the under-educated, unskilled, and uncouth young Black men. 
  •  Provide WPA (Depression Era) style U.S. government jobs for the under-educated, unskilled, and uncouth young Black men.   
  •  Help young Black men become educated, skilled, and well-mannered.

Middle class residents of Chicago have to demand an infusion or redirection of resources to help low income parents raise educated, skilled, and well-mannered young African American (Black) men.

Marc Sims

Sunday, March 19, 2017

African American (Black) Chicago's Last Hope?

Most of African American (Black) Chicago is in a decline and part of that decline is because of failed (Negro) leadership.

City of Chicago Treasurer Kurt Summers gives me hope. He is one of the last hopes for Chicago’s declining African American neighborhoods.

Most of the educated and successfully integrated African Americans (The Black Bourgeoisie) got paid, and left the Black poor and working class in the lurch.

New visionary leaders are needed to help the poor and working class African Americans create crime free vibrant neighborhoods.

Marc Sims



Harvard University researchers found that in Chicago, gentrification seemed to grind to a halt in places where the population was 40 percent black.

Why Don't Black Chicago Neighborhoods Gentrify?
Natalie Moore