Sunday, February 28, 2010

If Black People Had Listened To This Man 40 Years Ago Millions Of Us Wouldn't Be About To Die From Diabetes & Cancer Today

How To Eat To Live
By Messenger Elijah Muhammad

Eat one meal per day- nothing between meals and eat the right food.We eat meat but meat was never intended for man to eat from the very creation of man. We have been eating meat.Why? Because the ruler of this nation of earth for the past six thousand years (6,000 years ) is an enemy to the Original Man who has inhabited the earth from time unknown to man.

A people that have been populating the earth here for billions the trillions of years would not eat the wrong food if they had not been made to suffer for guidance under a made enemy of theirs. And, the enemy does not follow what we, the Original Man had and was practicing.

It is true, according to the Teaching of Almighty God to me that he caused us to eat the wrong foods. He is doing it himself and any man (the Original Black Man ) Who comes into his civilization, he tries to force him to eat the wrong foods.

I have seen him doing this and, we, whom he reared himself and had the power over us after destroying the knowledge of self from us.

Everything he eats, he tells you it is alright. So, if you follow the white race's [Plantation] food eating, you are bound to eat the wrong food for your consumption.

So, I warn you against the food of this race. [Plantation] They do not eat the good food because they found us eating the good food and to make a world different from ours, they had to resort to eating the wrong food so that they could say that they established something which we did not have or were not doing.

The Holy Qur-an Refers to the white man [Plantation] as eating like a beast. They eat as the beasts.This is true; they do not deny it.

The Bible teaches us against eating their dainty meats, which is a warning that you may be eating the wrong meat. Since they learned that their time was limited among us on earth, they have studied everything possible that was an enemy to us to make us to accept that enemy and like the enemy.

David Mills Wrote An Article About Sister Souljah In 1992. It Helped Put Him On The Map

By David Mills

Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, May 13, 1992

"Souljah was not born to make white people feel comfortable. I am African first. I am black first. I want what's good for me and my people first. And if my survival means your total destruction, then so be it. You built this wicked system. They say two wrongs don't make it right, but it damn sure makes it even."

- Sister Souljah, from the song "The Hate That Hate Produced," 1992

After the Rodney King verdict and its fiery aftermath, Sister Souljah, a rapper and orator, appeared on NBC's "Sunday Today" with Sen. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.) and Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.). And she sat alongside black professors from Yale and Columbia on Bill Moyers's PBS series "Listening to America."

She calmly explained that African Americans are "at war," and that the explosion in Los Angeles was "revenge" against a system of white oppression.

But during an interview in Washington last week, Souljah's empathy for the rioters reached a chilling extreme. Forget the statistics emerging on the racial variety of looters and people who died. Forget the economic motives of those who plundered stores. To Souljah, this was a black-on-white "rebellion," plain and simple and righteous.

"I mean, if black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people? You understand what I'm saying? In other words, white people, this government and that mayor were well aware of the fact that black people were dying every day in Los Angeles under gang violence. So if you're a gang member and you would normally be killing somebody, why not kill a white person? Do you think that somebody thinks that white people are better, or above dying, when they would kill their own kind?"

(Read the rest of the story after the jump.)

As she said on "Sunday Today": "Unfortunately for white people, they think it's all right for our children to die, for our men to be in prison, and not theirs."

Sister Souljah will be back on "Today" this morning, live from Burbank. Consider it a wake-up call.

Whose analysis of the violence in Los Angeles, in the months and years to come, will matter more? The conservative pundit's, placing blame squarely on young criminals who "terrorized" a city? The liberal politician's, bemoaning poverty and the neglect of our cities? Or the radical rapper's, asserting that white people and Korean merchants had it coming?

Ask the kids who watch MTV.

The King verdict and its backlash have shown America the power of hip-hop music as a political medium. Television coverage of the crisis confirmed, as never before, the status of hard-edged rappers as spokesmen for the black lower class, delegates of America's angry youth. Opinion-makers. Leaders.

"Whoever wants to speak to young people will have to come through the corridor of hip-hop," says Sister Souljah, whose debut album, "360 Degrees of Power," came out last month. Born Lisa Williamson twentysomething years ago, she was a New York community activist and established public speaker before launching her rap career under the auspices of Public Enemy, standard-bearers of hip-hop's militant wing. As rap has grown in popularity among black and white listeners, offering everything from cute kids (Kris Kross) to professing Christians (Hammer) to raunchy comedians (2 Live Crew), political rappers have come to be considered its conscience.

"When it was really understood that rap music makes millions of dollars, and that rap artists represent the voices of millions of young people," Souljah says, "I think that's when all the institutions of America came to their senses about having to involve a rap artist in their analysis. {With} a rebellion carried out primarily by African youth, how could you ignore African youth? It would be impossible. Not if you were a serious journalist."

Bill Moyers showed a clip from one of Souljah's fulminating videos -- The time for scared, lip-trembling, word-changing, self-denying, compromising, knee-shaking black people is over! -- then asked her, "How would you like me -- I'm white -- to interpret your work?"

"Well," she responded politely, a bit of the Bronx in her voice, "I don't make my work for you to interpret it. I make it for black young people so that they can understand that we are at war, that we have to be strong-minded, that we have to be productive, that we have to be unafraid of expressing ourselves and getting what we want in this society."

Rappers like Sister Souljah are shattering the boundaries between performer and audience, and between entertainment and politics. When a jury acquitted the four Los Angeles policemen who'd beaten Rodney King, X-Clan, a Brooklyn-based activist rap group, was performing at San Francisco State University. The rappers got the news, stopped the show, then led an impromptu march of about 200 people, chanting "Whose streets? Our streets!" and "{Expletive} the police!"

Which echoes N.W.A.'s infamous revenge fantasy "{Expletive} tha Police," a dream of "a bloodbath of cops dying in L.A." That song, denounced by the Fraternal Order of Police, concludes with the rappers sitting in judgment of a white officer: "The jury has found you guilty of being a redneck, white-bread {expletive expletive}." And the cop pleads, "I want justice! I want justice!" That came out in 1988.

Two members of N.W.A. were interviewed by "MTV News" (MTV News?) when the burning and looting got started in south-central. And appearing live on MTV was Chuck D of Public Enemy, whose words "fight the power" reverberate on the soundtrack of Spike Lee's "Do the Right Thing" while the white-owned pizzeria burns to the ground. That came out in 1989.

And Spike Lee begat L.A.'s John Singleton, whose hit film "Boyz N the Hood" took its name from an old N.W.A. song. That movie launched the acting career of ex-N.W.A. member Ice Cube, who provided a new rap for the album "How to Survive in South Central," yet another piece of ironic foreshadowing. Be alert, stay calm, as you enter the concrete Vietnam ... That came out last year.

As did Ice Cube's warning to Korean merchants: Pay respect to the black fist, or we'll burn your store right down to a crisp. That's from his million-selling album, "Death Certificate."

Entertainment as politics? Politics as entertainment?

On "The Arsenio Hall Show" last Thursday night, while Johnny Carson and Buddy Hackett were laughing it up in another universe, rapper KRS-One was committing "lyrical terrorism," unleashing brand-new rhymes:

Now I'm hardcore, walking on the ave,

Watching white people look at me then walk fast,

After beating us, raping us and robbing us.

Four hundred years of that's what's inside of us.

Take a look at me now, I'm really your creation ...

Even ABC's "Nightline" felt the funk. On May 4, Ted Koppel's extraordinary open-air conversation with L.A. gang members ended with one of them looking into the camera and rapping over a hard beat:

When you're living in poverty, crazy you gotta be,

'Cause ain't nobody out here looking out for me but me ...

This is a new media age. Top 40 radio is dead, and "{Expletive} tha Police" is in the American consciousness. Carson is history, and KRS-One is in America's bedrooms requesting "amnesty" for 13,000 (presumably black) prisoners in Los Angeles. Daily newspapers are folding, and in record stores across America you'll find Ice Cube's news-pegged commentaries, such as this from a duet with Sister Souljah: "You teach freedom of speech, as long as black men don't say Howard Beach, Rodney King or Bensonhurst. Tawana and Tasha, we ain't forgot ya."

Remember too: Everything that has happened in Los Angeles since the King beating is due to a camcorder. The video images were news, and they were evidence, but they also became a unit of language for hip-hop artists. They were spliced into a video for the group B.W.P., and reenacted in a video for Public Enemy. Just as electronic images of the riot/rebellion are bound to show up in rap videos too.

CNN today, MTV tomorrow. At this rate, not only will the revolution be televised, it'll be on pay-per-view. With lots of rap stars.

An Eye for an Eye Sister Souljah was sitting in the Capital Hilton lounge pantomiming her "dramatic" stage persona for the benefit of a photographer. Scrunched brow, out-thrust fist, round hot eyes, lips moving staccato.

A finely dressed, middle-aged white woman, sitting nearby with her spoon in some ice cream, stared oddly at the young black woman, then smiled when caught by the eyes of a third party.

Souljah was in Washington last Tuesday to tape an appearance on Black Entertainment Television. This Sunday she'll be here again, as the keynote speaker at the Malcolm X Day Celebration in Anacostia Park. (X-Clan will be there too, performing.) What she thinks matters.

And the interview at the Hilton may foretell how the militant wing of the hip-hop movement deals with the L.A. crisis in its art. In one sense, Souljah is emblematic of rap-as-politics. Her "360 Degrees of Power" contains probably the most fervid denunciations of white people ever marketed by a major label. (She's signed to Epic Records, which is owned by Sony. How's that for blacks, whites and Asians working together?)

But "360 Degrees" is off to a slow start in the marketplace, and some observers say hip-hop fans consider it too shrill, even though Souljah is a respected voice. "She's not afraid to take a stand," says James Bernard, senior editor of the Source, a magazine of "hip-hop culture and politics." "She's one of those uncompromising voices."

But "I'm not sure what Sister Souljah adds to the music, in a musical sense," he says. "When she rhymes, people don't say, 'My God, that's the most incredible line I ever heard in my life.' "

"She kind of screams it out. That's her whole delivery," says Havelock Nelson, rap columnist for Billboard magazine. "When I see her speak, I feel the passion and I become moved. You can feel the pain, the anger, whatever she's trying to put across. But I don't think it transfers to the record. I don't think the people want to hear the same lecture in the middle of a jam. A lot of people aren't giving her their ear."

Ironic, then, that Souljah declares on her album: "America is always trying to strangle and silence black people." How does that jibe with her own status as a blossoming media star? Her place in Bill Moyers's Rolodex?

"There's a difference," she said. "I don't evaluate the world solely on my own individual accomplishments, because I recognize that I'm an unusual victory {under} this system of oppression. Usually this system is successful in crushing the spirit, the mind and the hearts of young people. Because I've been able to grow up in the welfare system, and go through the public housing system, and go through all these government programs, and come out still in control of my own mind and thoughts, it's unusual. And it would be naive for me to try to evaluate everyone else by that standard."

Souljah is a woman of poise and intelligence. She attended Rutgers University between 1981 and 1987, majoring in history, though she didn't earn a degree. According to her publicity material, she has lectured in South Africa, Europe and the Soviet Union.

Her views on the violence in Los Angeles are, to say the least, challenging. Consider Rodney King's own televised news conference, during which he beseeched the rioters to stop. "Can we all get along?" he asked in a cracking voice. "We've got to quit. ... It's just not right."

To many who saw this, King's appeal was heartfelt and touching. But Souljah compared it to the scene in "Roots" where Kunta Kinte is beaten and beaten until he accepts the slave name "Toby." That news conference was Rodney King saying, "My name is Toby."

"After you beat the hell out of somebody, of course they're going to submit to you," she said. "Why would I think that Rodney King, after being beaten brutally by the police, is sober-minded? Why would I think Rodney King, as a black man who has no power in this system, would think that he {could} say what he really thinks and believes? So it meant nothing to me. He's just a symbol of what has happened to our people historically.

"Rodney King is only a symbol of a million other black men that have been beaten -- brutalized by the police -- who didn't have what we thought was the benefit of having it on videotape. Rodney King is only a symbol of a criminal justice system that leaves 25 percent of {young} African men in this country in prison or under court supervision."

When America saw young people rampaging on the streets of Los Angeles, and buildings ablaze, and white men being dragged from their vehicles and beaten, didn't that only reinforce the presumed attitude of the Simi Valley jury -- thank God for the police, the thin blue line that protects us and our property from those violent criminals?

"Black people from the underclass and the so-called lower class do not respect the institutions of white America," Souljah replied. "Which is why you can cart out as many black people on television as you want to tell {them} that was stupid. But they don't care what you say. You don't care about their lives, haven't added anything to the quality of their lives. And then {you} expect them to respond to your opinions, which mean absolutely nothing? Why would they?"

But the people perpetrating that violence, did they think it was wise? Was that wise, reasoned action?

And this is when she said, "Yeah, it was wise. I mean, if black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people? You understand what I'm saying?"

But what's the wisdom in it, the sense in it?

"It's rebellion, it's revenge. You ever heard of Hammurabi's Code? Eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth? It's revenge. I mean, that seems so simple. I don't even understand why anybody would ask me that question. You take something from me, I take something from you. You cut me, I cut you. You shoot me, I shoot you. You kill my mother, I kill your mother."

And the individuals don't matter?

"What individuals? If you killed my mother, that mattered to me. That's why I killed yours. How could the individuals not matter? You mean the white individuals, do they matter? Not if the black ones don't," she said. "Absolutely not. Why would they? If my child dies, your child dies. If my house burns down, your house burns down. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. That's what they believe. And I see why."

The temperature of the conversation was rising. Souljah was asked if her endorsement of revenge -- "Revenge is acceptable, yes" -- was outweighed by any sort of transcendent respect for human life.

"Am I human?" she said sharply. "Do they kill us? Do they kill us and beat us? Police. Did they kill Latasha Harlins, did the Koreans kill her? They killed her, and they were convicted of the crime. They did not one day in jail. The Korean woman did not one day in jail."

Grocer Soon Ja Du was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the 1991 shooting of teenager Latasha Harlins in a dispute over a bottle of orange juice. She was sentenced to probation, a fine and community service. That shooting, like the King beating, was captured on videotape, by a store security camera, though much of America didn't see it until after the riots.

But did all the Korean merchants in Los Angeles kill that girl?

"No, but guess what? Then the Koreans, if they don't want to be lumped in the same pot, they should have condemned and moved to prosecute that woman. And shown that they gave a damn about African life. But when they didn't, they verified that that was okay, and brought on themselves that which they received."

Would, then, any degree of "revenge" have been morally acceptable to Sister Souljah?

"This is my statement: I don't think that anything we can do to white people could ever even equal up to what they've done to us. I really don't," she said. To her, apparently, racism is original sin. White people are born guilty. And there's no Redeemer.

"Will I condemn the people for what they did in Los Angeles? No, I don't condemn them for that," she said. "In the real world, black people die on a daily basis. Always rooted in the hands of white supremacy. That's what I know."

The discussion came to an end when Souljah refused to address a hypothetical question: "Had you been there at the time, would you have struck a match?"

London Guardian: Public Loses Faith In Climate Change

Inhofe Calls for EPA Probe of Scientists' Climate Change E-Mails‎

Scientist admits climate errors were 'embarrassing'

By Juliette Jowit~London Guardian

Public conviction about the threat of climate change has declined sharply after months of questions over the science and growing disillusionment with government action, a leading British poll has found.

The proportion of adults who believe climate change is "definitely" a reality dropped by 30% over the last year, from 44% to 31%, in the latest survey by Ipsos Mori.

Overall around nine out of 10 people questioned still appear to accept some degree of global warming. But the steep drop in those without doubts will raise fears that it will be harder to persuade the public to support actions to curb the problem, particularly higher prices for energy and other goods.

The true level of doubt is also probably underestimated because the poll only questioned 16 to 64-year-olds. People over 65 are more likely to be sceptical, the researchers said.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

"Climate Change" IS A Conspiracy Theory - The Plantation Tries To Replace Truth With "Consensus"

I, for one, genuinely wish that the climate crisis were an illusion. But unfortunately, the reality of the danger we are courting has not been changed by the discovery of at least two mistakes in the thousands of pages of careful scientific work over the last 22 years by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. In fact, the crisis is still growing because we are continuing to dump 90 million tons of global-warming pollution every 24 hours into the atmosphere — as if it were an open sewer.

It is true that the climate panel published a flawed overestimate of the melting rate of debris-covered glaciers in the Himalayas, and used information about the Netherlands provided to it by the government, which was later found to be partly inaccurate. In addition, e-mail messages stolen from the University of East Anglia in Britain showed that scientists besieged by an onslaught of hostile, make-work demands from climate skeptics may not have adequately followed the requirements of the British freedom of information law.

But the scientific enterprise will never be completely free of mistakes. What is important is that the overwhelming consensus on global warming remains unchanged. It is also worth noting that the panel’s scientists — acting in good faith on the best information then available to them — probably underestimated the range of sea-level rise in this century, the speed with which the Arctic ice cap is disappearing and the speed with which some of the large glacial flows in Antarctica and Greenland are melting and racing to the sea.

For Those That Need A "Study" To Tell Them To Not Eat Cloned Animals

Jaydee Hanson said ...
The safety of meat and milk from clones is unproven. The FDA approved food from cloned cows, pigs and goats after reviewing very few and small studies. The largest study (on cloned cows' milk) used only 15 animals but found significant differences in cloned animals' milk. Get in on the Debate! Sound off! Share your opinions about the safety of meat from cloned animals in the comments section below.

Only one study assessed the toxicity of cloned products: Twenty rats ate meat and milk from clones for 14 weeks. The rats had significant immune-system changes.

Most beef studies found differences in clones' meat composition; both pork studies found significant differences. These small sample sizes would not be adequate to assess a new drug; they cannot assure the safety of meat or milk from clones.

Nevertheless, at the end of the Bush administration, the FDA hurriedly approved clones. Most clones die before birth or in the first few weeks of life. Cattle clones often suffer "large-offspring" syndrome, wherein the fetus grows twice as large as normal, sometimes causing death for both the cow and calf.

The surviving calves are often sicker than ordinary calves. Some studies found that defects in clones could pass down to offspring. The data on cloned pigs' offspring display troubling findings: smaller litters, slower growth, 25 percent of progeny dying, and an abnormality rate two-and-a-half times that of normal pigs.

You Don't Hear Me Though

Friday, February 26, 2010

Conspicuous Consumption

Research has shown that all meat eaters have worms and a high incidence of parasites in their intestines. This is hardly surprising given the fact that dead flesh (cadaver) is a favorite target for microorganisms of all sorts. A 1996 study by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) showed that nearly 80 percent of ground beef is contaminated with disease-causing microbes. The primary source of these bugs is feces.

A study conducted by the University of Arizona found there are more fecal bacteria in the average kitchen sink than in the average toilet bowl.

This would make eating your food on the toilet seat safer than eating it in the kitchen. The source of this biohazard at home is the meat you buy at the typical grocery store.

Hottest Joint On The Planet - "Only One Man For My Poom Poom" - Pro Family Countermove To The Feminist Malthusian Headfake

Tiger Woods Punked Out - Became A Victim of The Secular Pharisees & Man Hating FemiNazi Propaganda

CNu said...
The conspicuous consumption brand called Tiger Woods was one of the purest products of the dopamine hegemons.

Having disgraced the brand, (way of life) and disgraced his daimyos - this bitch ninja should've done no less than commit seppuku.

That mealy, and self-serving "apology" was just so much hot air from a now deflated and utterly useless gasbag. samuel l. jackson spits the fiery truth on what becomes an EPIC FAIL ninja vassal.....,

More Parents Resist Vaccinations - Docs Must Allay Vaccine Worries With Education, "Experts" Say

Vaccinations Widespread but Worrisome for Parents

March 1, 2010—

Nearly 90 percent of parents vaccinate their children as medically advised, but more than half still express concern over the safety of the vaccines, a survey from the University of Michigan found.

For Virginia Anderson, mother of two from Hendersonville, N.C., the number and frequency of vaccinations given to her children was a bit overwhelming when she first became a mother.

"I was concerned that too many shots were given at the same time and I wouldn't know what side effects I was witnessing," she said. "As a first-time mom, [it's scary] when your child wakes up with a 102 fever and you're not sure what it's from."

But fortunately, Anderson said, her pediatrician made the process more comfortable by openly discussing side effects, risks, and benefits, and helping her to decide which vaccines made sense for her kids.

"He never made me feel like I have to do [every vaccine] or that I shouldn't be concerned about it, but he made me realize where the benefit outweighed the risk," Anderson said.

Amy Carson, co-founder of Mothers Against Mercury, believes vaccines should be given with as much supplemental material about risks, ingredients and side effects as is currently provided for prescription drugs.

"With vaccines, we go to the doctor's office and ... don't know what's in it and what we're being given," she said, even though "it is one of the only drugs you have to sign a consent form to receive."

Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Usual Suspects ...

Making your way in the world today takes everything you've got.
Taking a break from all your worries, sure would help a lot.
Wouldn't you like to get away?
Sometimes you want to go

Where everybody knows your name,
and they're always glad you came.
You wanna be where you can see,
our troubles are all the same
You wanna be where everybody knows
Your name.
You wanna go where people know,
people are all the same,
You wanna go where everybody knows
your name.

Lord Christopher Monckton Is The Blackest Man On The Planet - The Observable Truth Is The Ultimate Meme

Comedy ... Genius

fist tap Bra Wax

A Man Should NEVER Put His Hands On A Woman ... Unless That Bitch Hits Him First

"Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth.”Albert Einstein

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Global System of Black Supremacy

Is Lil Wayne Really Any More of A 'Conspicuos Consumer' Than Your Typical Hamburger & Pork Eating American?

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Meme vs Counter Meme

CNu said ...
conspicuous consumption is a core symptom of dopamine hegemony...,

dopamine hegemony is the antithesis of Black supremacy

the antithesis of Black supremacy is pure deviltry

here's a symptom of Black supremacy

imitation highest form of flattery

conspicuous Blackness?

accept no substitutes...,
But CNu,
What consumption is more conspicuous than obesity?

Submariner said...
I can agree with the comparison DV except for a couple of qualifiers. One is that the wholesome variety of foods that you justly advocate for are quite expensive.

Not by just a few cents or even one or two dollars. The other is that physical fitness requires a fair degree of leisure. Again a class dependent feature. A striking experience for me was to go back to the hood and see guys my age who were physical hegemons in their youth until they got full-time employment and families.
Denmark Vesey said ...

Yes. Wholesome, natural foods are expensive.

But they are cheaper than cancer.

CNu said ...

The only location in metro KC carrying Chia seeds, for example, is waaaaaay out of the hood and wants $23/lb for those joints...,

Denmark Vesey said ...

How much does a month's supply of the leading diabetes drug Avandia costs?

It was just linked to heart attack deaths.
What does that really cost ... per pound?
Submariner said...

A striking experience for me was to go back to the hood and see guys my age who were physical hegemons in their youth until they got full-time employment and families.

Denmark Vesey said ...
Nah Bra Sub. Employment and families did not reduce the physical hegemons of your youth to the physical disappoints of your present. Their Plantation Diets inevitably caught up with them. Just like factory farmed herds of cows, hogs, chickens and now fish are fed a diet they cannot digest ... the Plantation feeds, what is in their institutionalized mind, herds of peasants a diet they cannot digest.

Which is the essence of my of my thesis.

Eating cloned meat IS unsustainable.
Eating Genetically Modified Food IS unsustainable.
Diabetes IS unsustainable.
Half the population on prescription drugs IS unsustainable.
A vaccine full of toxins for every microbe du jour IS unsustainable.
Normalizing homosexuality IS unsustainable.
Outsourcing US Foreign Policy to Israel IS unsustainable.
A man without a woman IS unsustainable.
A man without a pistol is unsustainable.
Man without God is unsustainable.

All things considered Benzes, Brioni and few rounds of golf in the Caribbean are quite reasonable.

The Denmark Vesey AHEAD OF HIS TIME Award Goes To - Bra Wax

What Kills More Black People Each Year ... Pork or Crack? Think About It Before You Answer

Free Mumia Abu-Jamal & Lil Wayne

Raw Organic Unprocessed ... Brothas Gonna Work It Out

The R said ...

Day two and I have pooped out a baby. my skin is tingling and I didn't even wake up to pee last night. I need to do this forever.

lol. I know from doing this before that the first three to five days are the hardest. After that it's overdrive. I do feel more alive already though.
Come on in!

The Blackest Breakfast On The Planet - CHIA SEEDS - The Diabetes Killer They Don't Want Plantation Negros To Know About

"Chia seeds are an ancient super food that has been used by the Mayans, Aztecs and Incas. In fact, Chia means "strength" in the language of the Mayans, and was considered running food because messengers could run all day with the help of these tiny seeds. Chia seeds were considered medicine and were actually prized more than gold due to their incredible health enhancing properties."

Monday, February 22, 2010

The Blackest Lunch On The Planet - Raw Brownies

Raw cacao
coconut butter

Breakfast of The Blackest


The Good Ol' Days

INTERIOR DAY The house is quiet. Which is strange. But if aint broke, don't fix it. I'm stretched out on the couch watching Tiger trying to sink a 20 footer on the 17th hole. Wife at Trader Joes. Kids upstairs reading. All is well in the world. Peace. Until ...

Piercing blood curdling scream from the kids bathroom. AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! DAAAAA DEEEEEEEEEEE!! DAAAAA DEEEEE!!!! Oh God. That's Snack. Did she slip on the tile floor? Is she hurt bad? Oh God, my baby aint up there bleeding is she? I told her brothers to dry the floor when they got out the shower. Damn! Man, she better not be hurt.

I hit the steps running. Boom. Boom. Boom. I'm at the top.

"DAAAAA DEEEEEEEEEEE!! DAAAAA DEEEEE!!!!" I'm here baby. I'm here!

I burst into the bathroom. Baby girl is standing in the middle of the bathroom floor ballin' like she's been shot. Her green and yellow Gymboree pants are gathered around her ankles.

What's the matter baby!

"Ughh Ughh Ughh ... Da Da Daaaaaa Deeeee!!! My brothers put something on the toilet seat!!"


"My brothers put something ... nasty ... on the toilet seat!!"


She turns around revealing a heart shaped circle of white shaving cream framing her butt. It looks like a halo.

I try not to laugh as I get into drill sergeant mode.


Who did that!

I march into her brothers room. Big brother sits on his bed pretending to read. His head is down and he is laughing so hard his shoulders shake. Little brother is stares up at me like he has no idea what I'm talking about. In his hand is a tall can of Gillette Foamy Shaving Cream. The cap is off and white foam is all over his clothes. There is more evidence linking him to this crime than was in OJ's Bronco.

Trying to sound like Samuel L. Jackson in Pulp Fiction -
"I'm gonna say this once. Who... Put... ShavingCreamOn TheToiletSeat?!"


Little brother looks at me like I asked him who shot JR Ewing. He has no clue what I'm talking about. Big brother is trying not to laugh so hard tears are streamingdown his face. Little sister stands behind me with her lips poked out. "Give him a beatin' Daddy!"

Little Brother shouts "I aint do nothin' to you!"

What he says is so preposterous, even he had to laugh.

"Aight. Look. Since you think I'm crazy. I'm going upstairs. I'm getting all of my belts! If by the time I get back, that mess is not cleaned up, that shaving cream not wiped off your sisters ass and the bathroom is not cleaned up before Mommy gets home, I'm going to start swinging and I don't care who I hit!"

I walk out of the room, put my hand over my face and collapse against the wall quietly cracking up.

Snack comes out the room.

"Don't cry Daddy. I'm a be alright."

Estrogen In Pollution Causing Fish To Turn Gay • Does This Explain GMO Eatin' Negros With Tits, Poked Out Lips & Child Bearing Hips?

A third of male fish in English rivers are changing sex due to 'gender-bending' pollution, alarming research shows.

Experts say female hormones from the contraceptive pill and HRT are being washed into our rivers and causing male fish to produce eggs.

The problem - which is country-wide - has raised fears that the pollutants could also be contaminating our drinking water - and even be affecting the fertility of men.

The Environment Agency study looked at the health of more than 1600 roach found in 51 rivers and streams around the country.

Overall, a third of the male fish were between sexes. However, in one waterway, near a particularly heavy discharge of treated sewage more than 80 per cent had female characteristics.

Tests showed the males developed female sex organs and were producing eggs. Such fish also produce less sperm and the sperm that is produced is of low quality. Females may also be affected, producing abnormal eggs.

Previous studies have that cod, trout and flounders are all being feminised.

Researcher Professor Charles Tyler said that the fish are swimming in a soup of oestrogen-like compounds, found in the Pill and in HRT.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

The Apotheosis