Lead a Nation

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This is a picture of Khalid Muhammad and rapper Tupac Shakur. Any black person that has a way of reaching the youth is seen as a threat to the white supremacy social structure. Muhammad was a powerful speaker that could touch the youth. And of course Tupac was the son of a Black Panther.  Tupac had the ear of millions of fans of all races.  But by being a great speaker he could get black people motivated as a collective.  If Tupac was allowed to live he could’ve been a great leader. He already had the pro-black influence as a child.  They were both seen as threats to this racist,corrupt white society.  Which is the reason they’re not here anymore.

Jesse Williams: Deconstructing the Message

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It seems as though the Jesse Williams speech at the BET Awards has caused quite a bit of controversy.  I have seen a lot of arguing between black people on social media.  Some black people say the speech was on point.  Some say he’s biracial and can’t be trusted.  Some black women are swooning over his light skin and light colored eyes. Some believe he’s an agent for the white power structure.  And some believe he was given the platform to confuse black people even more.  I wanted to put up some videos that may give a different perspective on this man,his speech and his intentions.

This is a great video by Holipsism.  Holipsism wants to know what is the end result of the speech.  Does Jesse want Black Power? Is Jesse just pushing social integration?  Holipsism raises some very important questions many have not brought up.

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This video(above) is  by Radical HomeGoddess.  She explains why she doesn’t trust Williams.  She explores the evidence of him being down with the homosexual agenda. He even compares the black struggle with the so-called gay struggle for rights.  Which we know there is NO comparison.  He is also working on a documentary about the Black Lives Matter movement.  Of course anyone who has done some research knows the organization is funded by white racist George Soros. So check out the videos and draw your own conclusions.  Is Jesse down for black liberation?  Or does he just know how to give a good speech?