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Wednesday, April 22, 2015


"Identity Displacement"A residual cultural phenomena shared among Black slave descendants in the Americas who have been forcibly separated from their national ethnic heritage of origin through slavery in being systemically oppressed, suppressed, and denied equality or fair humane treatment while being subjected to abject cruelty, brutality and abuse physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually by means of racism. It effects Black American slave descendants psychologically, socially, and spiritually by robbing them of accurate knowledge about their ancestry through separating them from the culture they originally descended from, and forcing them to either accept their captor's culture or create one of their own in the land of their captivity.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

The Case of "CLASSISM"

"Classism" is an overlooked but consistently growing issue, and one I believe will eventually overtake even racism. What is "classism"? It is the discrimination against and biased treatment of people based on distinctions in social and economic differences which are most often enforced as policy by those who have the greatest control of resources and the most access to power socially, economically, and politically. It is the primary underlying cause behind many of the social and economic policies being put into place by our governments in the present day. It has an "elitist" global agenda that surpasses and encompasses all other governing policies and laws by the leading countries of the world. Under the enforcement of classism the poor, disenfranchised, and uneducated regardless of ethnicity become the new "niggas, spics, wops, white trash, chinks" and any other racial epitaph as part of the same "social class".

Thursday, April 16, 2015

We're Not "Free".....

The thing "slaves" fear most is "freedom". You wouldn't think so as much as we talk of being free or have "the perception" of freedom in this country we call the "United" States; yet remain so internally and racially divided. Black people in the Americas are "Socially Institutionalized" the same as inmates in prison. 396-years (since the first slaves were brought ashore in 1619) of ungodly, systematically wicked oppression on foreign soil under the controlled and closely monitored rule of the world's greatest colonizers will do that to you. We never left the plantation. They just took down the fence and made it look like we did, but the "massa's" whip left scars on the Black mind that must still be healed and removed for us to improve.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

9 Facts That Show White-on-White Crime Far Exceeds Black-on-Black Crime and How Media Outlets Conceal It

I took the original article and simplified the format for all to read. Taken from the article on the "Atlanta Blackstar" written by Curtis Bunn on March 3, 2015 at http://atlantablackstar.com/2015/03/03/9-facts-white-white-crime-far-exceeds-black-black-crime-media-conceals/

Edward Wycoff Williams, an author, columnist and political analyst for MSNBC, conveyed a reality that many do not seem to know is real. Williams wrote for 
The Root“It seems that the media in general and white American society in particular prefer to focus on crime perpetrated by African Americans because it serves as a way to absolve them from the violence, prejudice and institutionalized discrimination engendered for generations against blacks. It offers a buffer against responsibility, a way to shift blame and deflect cause and effect. But the truth, and numbers, tell a different story. At the heart of an increasingly violent society is not a subculture among Blacks, but the violence and criminality of many Americans, and whites in particular. No one seems to speak about this. Why? Because the snake oil was duly purchased and consumed. It is time for race-based pseudo-facts to be challenged and dismantled.”

Monday, April 13, 2015


Here's a "snapshot" of the solution process from my perspective as it pertains to racial injustice, civil rights, socio-economic & educational disenfranchisement, and human rights across the board:

1) We must unify before attempting to mobilize on finding a solution and not allow that unity to be broken over petty internal squabbling or we'll just become a mindless mob of egotistical ranters trying to make a name for themselves; as has been the case with past movements and groups. We must pose an unbreakable united front. Most civil rights or community organizations implode from the inside long before succumbing to outside pressure.

2) We must be consistent in our message and unwavering in delivering it. The Revolution may not be televised but the message most definitely cannot be compromised.

3) Any and all offered solutions must be practical and start at the grassroots level with those who are the "have-nots" because they are the ones suffering the greatest. You can not lay a foundation on top of those at the bottom but you must build it with those at the bottom because they are the true strength of your cause.

4) The "haves" among us must contribute their time, effort, energy, and resources to educating others on the issues and getting them involved to find communal solutions. They must be willing to risk their "standing" for the sake of what is right and use their positions to confront those in high places and on their level for those of us who cannot get access.

5) We must mobilize and aggressively engage the political process at every level to make those in leadership be accountable to the people they are suppose to be serving or have them removed and replaced with leaders who are looking out for our best interest across the board. This is the only way we can guarantee the equal administration of resources and equal opportunity for all in every community outside of raising the support ourselves from within our own communities.

There's a lot more I can say with much more detail but this is it in a nutshell. ~ I.J. West


Sunday, April 12, 2015

Information by Education

The most powerful tool or weapon you can give anybody is information by education. Present various views and opposing perspectives, and sometimes provoke their thinking by presenting an argument that forces them to take a position or question where they stand. Let them decide what to think and how to use the information on their own, but challenge them to do further research. If you give a person all the answers then there is nothing for them to learn except to repeat only what you've said. 

Even when you give the answers many times folks won't accept them or the way in which you gave them. Everybody that learns from you doesn't have to like you but you must love them and not allow their dislike or disagreement with you to stop you from doing or saying what you believe is right. It may not be until years later when they realize the good you have done and your true intentions. ~ I.J. West

Saturday, April 11, 2015

"Blind Bartimaeus" My Hero

"Blind Bartimaeus" sat by the highway side begging when he heard that the Lord Yeshua was coming down the Jericho road. At that point he began crying out loudly to Adonai Yeshua so he could receive his sight. Others tried to quiet him down and shut him up because his outcry disturbed their little bourgeois gathering that disregarded his need, but in desperate defiance he cried even louder the more they tried to shut him down. This man refused to shut up at all cost because his desire was so great to receive his physical sight. The message of a desperate voice is never ignored by The Most High though men try to cover their ears and walk by. Bartimaeus was positioned strategically by the highway where every one came and went and he couldn't easily be ignored. Don't stop because others who refuse to hear you want to stop you.

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Breaking My Silence About "EASTER"

I try not to comment about the holidays of "Easter" or "Christmas" and rather leave people to do as they please because of the wide proliferation of others commenting on the same subjects around that time each year. This is a brief synopsis on the pagan holiday known as "Easter". I celebrate both the birth and resurrection of Yeshua Messiah but not Easter or Christmas; they aren't the same. When you have knowledge of the truth you stop following the traditions of false doctrine. I don't condemn others for what they choose to follow but I do make the truth available as necessary for them to make their own decisions.