Everyday struggle for Kushite Prince!

Me Everyday...

When I’m blogging I try my best to speak the truth.  I want to give my subscribers information I feel is important.  But as always I have to deal with racist white trolls who come on my blog to disrupt things.  Sometimes I block them depending on my mood. But I also have to deal with self hating black people visiting my blog as well.  I really get tired of the fake people pretending to be black but are really white.  And I deal with these racist whites and brain dead negroes in real life as well.  It can be very stressful trying to wake your people up and sometimes you feel unappreciated for your hard work. This pic(above) definitely describes my current mentality.

Boxing Match:Mayweather vs McGregor(Black Power vs White Power)

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I’m not sure how many of you follow boxing.  But there’s a big boxing match coming up.  The date is set for August 26,2017 in Las Vgeas. I think it could break pay-per view records. The boxing champ is Floyd Mayweather.  Mayweather has held the welterweight,light welterweight and light middleweight title. His challenger is MMA fighter Conor McGregor.  A boxer fighting a mixed martial artist is a bit unconventional.   McGregor has never even had an amateur boxing match.  Mayweather shouldn’t even be fighting this clown.  So I understand why some die hard boxing fans are against this.  They feel it’s disrespectful to the sport of boxing.  But this is clearly for the money.  Both fighters are looking to cash in. But boxing is about big fighters with big names.  And the truth is Mayweather has beaten all top contenders. Mayweather is a big loud mouth.  He’s great at trash talking and it really pisses off a lot of boxing fans.  This is a pattern that has gone on for many years.  Back in the sixties and seventies you had Muhammad Ali.  Ali didn’t want to go to Vietnam for religious reasons.  But many whites saw that has disrespectful and looked at Ali has a traitor to his country.  Many whites wanted to see Ali lose his heavyweight title.  Mayweather is much different than Ali.  Mayweather doesn’t really speak up for black people and is apolitical for the most part.  He is very flashy with his money and it turns off a lot of people. And he is currently have trouble with the IRS.  I know many black people that don’t like him.  But most I know will be rooting for him against McGregor.  Conor McGregor talks a lot of trash too.  But of course it’s a double standard when it’s a white man. Some say Conor is a racist.  Not a big surprise there right?

The bottom line is white people are always looking for their “great white hope”.  And they are really excited about tis fight.  As a matter of fact,most non-blacks always root against the black man.  Most Mexicans,Asians  and whites are going for McGregor.  I know Mexican coworkers that hate Mayweather with a passion. Most of them can’t stand to see a black man at the top of any sport.  They know they can’t compete with black men in basketball or football. That’s why so many Mexicans like soccer. They like sports where they can see themselves.  Nothing wrong with that.  But boxing is about one on one power.  And when a black man dominates in an individual sport they don’t like it.  And make no mistake this fight represents Black power vs White power.  That’s why boxing matches that are interracial create the most buzz.  Mayweather is American right?  McGregor is from Dublin,Ireland.  So where are the white Americans rooting for fellow American Mayweather?? I don’t see very many.  That’s because race trumps nationality.  It’s the same reason most whites root against Serena Williams even when she faces foreign tennis players.  Her black skin makes her an “other”.  Whites see her has different.  It’s the same with Mayweather.  Most whites want to see his 48-0 record broken.  Who better to blemish his record than a white man.  They are hoping for the “luck of the Irish”.

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Am I a huge Mayweather fan?  Not really.  He’s not pro-black or a Pan African.  As a matter of fact,he was asked a few years ago about helping out African.  He replied “What has Africa done for me?”  So he’s obviously not a very conscious black man.  He’s a loud mouth to likes to show off his expensive cars and planes.  But he has the right to spend his money any way he likes.  I’m not mad at him for his success.  I just wish he was a more positive role model.  I think he could do a better job at inspiring black youth who dream of big success.  Having said that, I still would like him to beat Conor in their bout.  I’m lookin at the bigger picture.  I think it’s important from a historical boxing perspective.  Many whites don’t want him to break the boxing record held by heavyweight champ Rocky Marciano.  Marciano was the heavyweight champion from 1952-1956.  He is a big hero in many Italian neighborhoods. His record was 49-0.  He never loss one fight.   But he only defended his title six times.  That’s not very much in my opinion. Other champs have defended it many more times. Not only that but  he beat a lot of weak fighters and their is speculation that many boxers threw those fights.  Boxing was(and still is) controlled by the mafia from what I understand.  And I think these Jewish promoters and Italian mobsters don’t want Marciano’s record broken.  And definitely not broken by a black fighter.  Mayweather has already tied Marciano at 49-0.  That’s why if he beats Conor his record will be 50-0.  But there’s a catch! If Mayweather beats him this win will have an asterick(*) next to it.  Conor is not a “real” professional boxer.  So whites people will be able to say Mayweather’s last fight was not against a real boxer so it doesn’t really count.  In their minds he’ll still be tied with Marciano.  And the record by their “great white hope” will still stand.  They sure are slick aren’t they?  White people never miss a chance to put one past you.  But regardless I still hope Floyd beats his ass!  Just on principle alone.

More Athletes need to speak up and stand up!

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Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose made one heck of a public statement by showing up to a game wearing a t-shirt with the words, “I can’t breathe” on it before a Saturday game against the Golden State Warriors.   The shirt was a tribute to the late Eric Garner, who died at the hands of the New York Police Department.

Of course we know about the protests nation-wide against the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Daniel Pantaleo in Garner’s death.  ”I can’t breathe” were Garner’s last words before passing.

Derrick Rose is just one of many athletes to take a stand against police brutality, police terror and the mass incarceration of black men.  Millions of black people across America are consistently stopped, searched and questioned by police without probable cause, leading to more police interactions that can result in beatings, arrests and deaths.  The same black kid who might end up in handcuffs over a $5 bag of weed would never be bothered if he were a white frat boy on a college campus with LSD in his bookbag.  Why?  Because police almost never raid college campuses.

Five players from the St. Louis Rams came onto the field with their hands up in protest of the decision of the grand jury in Ferguson not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. This is part of a long string of protests by athletes and entertainers, including Diddy, who recently called upon rappers to use their leadership role to convince black people to do something other than drink, smoke, pop mollies, shoot each other and waste all their money at the club.

Rose is also joined by LeBron James, who made statements this week about the recent incidents.  James encouraged other athletes to get involved and speak out about the many social problems being faced by our society, particularly those that impact young black men.

As I watch all of this take place, all I can say is “amen,” and it’s about damn time.  I can also say that Rose, LeBron and young black male athletes have become America’s worst nightmare.  For decades, the miseducation of black male athletes served the purpose of indoctrinating them into a way of thinking that was simple-minded, myopic, self-absorbed, materialistic and devoid of social consciousness.  This deliberate effort to keep our most powerful athletes and entertainers distracted occurred for the same reasons that Joe Louis was told that he would only be given a chance to fight if he ensured that he would never behave like Jack Johnson.

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Big, strong, wealthy, famous, influential athletes are an inherent threat to national security and white supremacy.  Thus, there are always those who seek to constrain, misdirect, distract and mute these voices at an early age.  One example is in the film, “The Express,” where Syracuse star running back Ernie Davis was told by his white coach to avoid getting involved in the civil rights movement and to “do his talking on the field.”  All the while, the film portrays the outspoken Jim Brown (who was an even better athlete than Davis) as the “bad negro” because he refused to remain silent about the injustice all around him.

For too many years, we’ve been forced to deal with athletes like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Charles Barkley, who seemed to feel that the life of a privileged, wealthy black athlete was entirely detached from the experience of most black men in America.  All for the sake of tap dancing for money, the richest and most powerful athletes in our communities have been misled into believing that being the silent, polite, apolitical negro is the way to be successful.  So, while a few of these men were living the dream, millions in their commuity were enduring a nightmare.

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Barkley, Jordan and Kobe might be wise to realize that many of the “threatening” black men being beaten, arrested and shot by police are also as physically large as they are.  Both Michael Brown and Eric Garner were seen as threats by police, in part, because they were big black men.  The only difference is that, rather than being accepted as entertaining athletic specimens, men like Brown and Garner have been defined to be menaces to society.

So, like old horses shot in the pasture, uneducated black males who lose their athletic gifts are often marginalized in the same way as Eric Garner.  In fact, Garner was roughly the same size as Barkley himself.  Similar to Garner, Barkley once had a very serious altercation with police that could have cost him his life.  The only difference between Barkley and Garner on that fateful day is that one of these men was accused of selling loose cigarettes and the other was a millionaire NBA star for the Houston Rockets.  Had Barkley been a black man with no athletic ability, he would have likely ended up in a prison cell, hospital bed or a casket.

The reason to rejoice about the presence of brave and intelligent souls like Derrick Rose and LeBron James is that these men, like black athletes of the sixties, fully understand the capacity for black male athletic leadership that goes beyond being able to dribble a basketball in front of a crowd full of white people.   I also give Diddy credit for realizing that, unlike his perpetually muted and hyper-materialistic colleague Jay-Z, his purpose isn’t to simply stand in front of a crowd of white folks and call himself a “n*gger in Paris.”

You see, to get the world to respect and appreciate the humanity of the black male, black men themselves must communicate this humanity.  It’s hard to explain that you are a complex, sensitive, richly-composed human being who is worthy of dignity when you let some corporation market you as a one-dimensional “thug n*gga” or as some kind of big, black buck who carries a ball.  It’s difficult to justify the murder of a human being, but no one feels sympathy for a “thug.”

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These athletes, by using their collective voice, are showing that they understand that power should have purpose, and that this purpose should be greater than buying another fancy car, a big house or winning NBA championships.  These men are meant to be as intelligent as they are athletic, as righteous as they are entertaining.  Their power can be used to lift the same community that made them into who they are today.  That’s what great black men do.

We are seeing, what I would argue to be, America’s worst nightmare, but black America’s dream come true.  We are witnessing the awakening of the black male athlete and entertainer, who is now finding that he was put on this earth for a purpose greater than entertainment.  Now that this power has been unleashed, sit back and watch this country change right before your very eyes.  These brothers are doing something special.

Article by Dr. Boyce Watkins 

Black Athletes: Idenitification with Power

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Last Saturday I heard the news that MMA fighter Anderson Silva lost his title. He lost to some guy named Chris Weidman. I’m not very familiar with him but I’m sure he will be marketed as “the great White Hope”. Anyone that follows MMA fighting knows that Silva will go down as one of the greats. His record is (33-5,16-1). In my opinion he is the greatest UFC champion of all time(bar none). But that’s not enough for some guys.Many of the guys at my job were quite elated at his lost. They seem to take a lot of pride in his loss. I noticed that none of the guys were black by the way. As a matter of fact,they were all white or Mexican men. They were in the break room hooting and hollering about how great it was that Anderson had lost. Many of them said he was a showboat and deserved to lose. They claim he was a show-off and had it coming. The more I thought about it I asked myself: “Why do they always root against the black man?” The obvious answer is that people tend to root for those of the same culture and heritage. You identify with those most similar to yourself. That’s true to a large extent. So it should be no surprise that blacks root for the black man in boxing matches. And Mexicans do the same thing. And of course white men always go for the white man in just about any sporting event. But it goes deeper than that. I think it has a lot to do with power identification. In a system of white supremacy, the white man dominates in politics,media,education,war and economics. That makes the white man the KING in a white dominated society. But in the sporting world it’s a bit different. I’m not talking about team sports like football,basketball and baseball. I’m talking about sports like boxing and MMA/UFC fights. Sports where it’s just one on one. There’s no knives,guns,nuclear weapons or outside interference. This is where the black man is KING. In boxing/MMA fighting black men are the best. I even had a white co worker once tell me that black athletes tend to be faster,stronger,jump higher and more skilled. This is what many people call an “open secret”. In many ways Anderson Silva reminds me of a young Muhammad Ali.
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Ali used to predict when he would knock his opponent out and then went out and did it. The mainstream media couldn’t stand it! Black men are not supposed to have any pride,dignity and self respect in a system of white supremacy. The white man is supposed to be seen as God, so anytime a black man is champion it’s a threat to the establishment. Or at least a perceived threat in their minds. That’s why they didn’t like when Ali spoke out about the Vietnam war. And they stripped his title from him. Of course he later won it right back. But the fact is that since black men are seen as “naturally” better athletes their non black opponents are the under dogs. I noticed this because my Mexican co workers always root against whoever the black men fights in boxing matches. I know that many of them are Manny Pacquiao fans. They have told me many times they believe that Floyd Mayweather is afraid of him. Mayweahther is another one they say is too brash and bold. He needs to be put in check.
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Ali was sent to jail right? And Mayweather was sent to jail as well. Hmmmmmmm……am I seeing a pattern? Is the black man punished for not bowing down to the white man? Maybe so. But the reality is that this hatred from non black sports fans is too blatant to ignore anymore. I have challenged many white/Hispanic co workers on their obvious bias. And I can handle my own in debates. I don’t back down from ANYONE.I think it’s important to start calling these racist hateful bigots. They fear BLACK strength. They fear BLACK intelligence. They fear BLACK dominance. Basically they fear BLACK POWER. And so anytime a black man is seen as a champion it empowers the mind of the black masses. It makes black people see themselves as kings and queens and in a different light. It can change the consciousness of a people. This is a big no-no in a system of white supremacy. This is why I think Anderson Silva had to lose. He couldn’t be allowed to retire on top. He had to be knocked out and by a white man no less. Was the fight fixed? Some think so. Cree7 has a great theory on her blog. She says:
“Silva had a couple of choices last night: 1) throw the fight as “asked,” or 2) anger Dana White’s mafia thereby putting God-knows-what and God-knows-who at risk and being forced into fights with little notice, enduring “accidents” by training partners, being tasked with super-fights in which he would have to lose weight, then gain weight, etc..
And, all the while, having to cap his testosterone so as to not offend white guys. He chose #1. And, he did it in such a fashion so as to deprive white men of chest-thumping while, at the same time, protesting that he had to make that choice. His corner men were visibly concerned and confused at Silva’s agitated behavior between the first and second round. This was not the man they knew.

After Weidman obliged Silva’s repeated invitations to knock him out, Silva said he had no desire to fight for the championship. No desire to be premier exhibit of big-game being taken down by the white hunter. This was Silva’s way out—five years later than when he’d first announced it. Dana White, UFC president and spokesman, said he has other plans for Silva. Anderson Silva is TIRED.”
I think we can all relate to being tired. And I think Cree makes some excellent points. We’re all tired of this racist and hypocritical system. I’m not angry anymore at these non black fans who root against black athletes. I’ve seen it from Filipinos,Koreans,Mexicans,Cubans,Puerto Ricans etc. They ALL do it. Don’t give me that we are all “people of color” nonsense. I used to believe in that. Not anymore though. After reading the comments from racist sports fans on different blogs–I have seen the “light”. They believe the black man should be on the bottom rung of society. And a black champion of any kind threatens that anti-blackness belief system. Same goes for why white fans root against Venus and Serena Williams. Even when they play against white girls from foreign countries. The motto in AmeriKKKa is to “always root against the N****r”. From now on I will take it as a compliment when they root against us. We are such talented and gifted athletes they have to create fictional champions because they don’t exist in real life.
How many Rocky films have been made?lol
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Rooting for Rocky is like pulling for Bugs Bunny.Or Tweety Bird or Bart Simpson!lol You can keep Rocky Balboa. I’ll take Anderson Silva any day.