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Monday, June 15, 2015

What's real about this female?

Fake Hair sits on her crown. 
Fake eye lashes on her face, she's bad but hard to see how
Fake altered Nose.. Fake lips.. everyone knows
Make-up caked, false advertisement
Fake Nails
Fake Ass, Fake Tits
How to exist?

What's real on this female if nothing about her is legit?

Point is, don't fall for this. 
Who this person is you don't wanna live with

Fake hair is damaging, you may end up balding 
from hair disease
Fake eye lashes can cause blinding, besides who hair is it?
Nose jobs, breathing difficulties
Fake lips, infections spread easily
Make-up compiled from all kinds of cancerous things
Fake nails chemicals also a coprit
Fake ass, google the results of complications
Fake tits, another health binding

How to exist? Without any of this.

The Last Taino by El Yunque

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Love Smell

You smell like a million.. flowers not dollars. 

Rachel Dolezal: Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin

#RachelDolezal #transracism

Ever read this book, Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin? Many things offend me on a daily basis, shit like this book and now this bitch or when white people make comments about Black and brown matters as if they can relate to it. Or this bullshit of pulling the "black card" as if Racism Worldwide has ended. They can't and never will understand how it is to live in a oppressive system when the only outlet for a better future is to leave who you are behind and assimilate. Whites think that because our community doesn't practice the same hateful tactics of racist whites, they can come and blend, begin to talk a certain way to later just self-identify because we let them, so they can. But it doesn't matter if you end up mating with the dominating race and turn out to have Melaninated kids. The reason whites can pull off things like this, saying they mix or black when they are not, is because they lack Melanin.

When you lack Melanin, you can enhance your appearance now. You can buy darker make-up, go artificially tan in booths because the natural sun UV rays does not co-exist with the non-melaninates so darker hues they can only BUY, they are not equipped. When you are white, you can easily portray something you are not by adding other layers of falseness to your image. You incorporate darker hues, you can buy hair that would make your straight thin hair more fuller and thicker. You can buy anything to alter your appearance but one thing they can't buy is a Melanin Person SOUL. This is the difference. For instance, you can listen to Rhythmic Music but can you naturally DANCE without being trained or taught?  

Rachel Dolezal in front of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
You can try to act like any other ethnicity in which you are not, but one thing you can't buy is a Melanin Person Foundation of what makes us what we are. Some have commented on this issue saying that she has done more for the community than our very own community leaders. How is this so? What exactly has she done? She is misrepresenting herself as the devil has done and continue to do. No good for our people will come by letting a white lead the way of this oppressiveness.

White woman with braids

Rachel Dolezal, Spokemane, WA NAACP President and Professor at Eastern Washington University teaching Africanus Studies, has been misleading our people - this is HUGE. Passing as a Black woman when her two white parents say that she is not. She is of German descendant. She is not even Jewish, the Jews founded the NAACP.

White woman in Black Hairstyles
She makes up herself every morning as a Black woman by styling her hair from curly hair to braids to twist & locs. She appears to have gotten a perm, which makes white people hair curly and which does the opposite for natural curly hair. She has previously recieved a full scholarship to Howard University, a Historically Black College. She says shes proud of her "Natural Curly Hair" and even gives lectures on "nappy hair".

Rachel Dolezal should not be given a pass by just simply brushing this off as her being a Narcissistic, which means someone who has a personality disorder for having an excessive interest in something or self. This white woman is involved in non-white matters getting insights on community issues and gaining the trust of those who don't trust many of her own kind. She should be faulted for this, completely released from all positions she holds as a black woman because she is not.

This is beyond a "blackface", she is living a life that she will never get. It's a difference between symthpathize and empathizing. Her foster brother said that his adopted parents, Rachel birth parents, didn't celebrate or acknowledge black culture. Rachel is white, she is going to die white and she needs to stay outside of anything that isn't white.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Dressing like them 4 out 5 men

Indigenous VS. the overwhelming Non
I was reflecting on being Indigenous and how those who are Indigenous now really are just physically Indigenous. What sets us apart? We just look this way & that's about it. Besides my coils, besides my slanted Asiatic features, besides this Melanin, what else reflects my Indigenous? 

We don't speak our Indigenous language, we don't eat the Indigenous way, we don't practice our own Indigenous cultures & customs, this has all been taken away. We can't even DRESS Indigenous but they sho can on runways.. (that's a diff story).. Anyway, while online, I came across this Advertising from Van Heusen, so I decided to look up this company. When I first looked at this AD, I was disturbed, confused and felt total disrespect. Disturbed because, it's obvious. Who REALLY wouldn't be disturbed seeing this Advertising? Confused because this Indigenous Man looks wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy better in his Indigenous stage than with a collar shirt on like these white men. How we became to start dressing like THEM, this Ad explains. I was also confused because I started to think of today's "trends" and they all reflect the Indigenous; with nose rings, piercings, tattoos. Because of this total disrespect I felt.

This company, PHV, Phillips Van Heusen, Corporation has been around since the late 18 hundreds (1881) and still continues to reap in the 20th century. VanHeusen 

 Phillips-Jones Corporation first received a patent for the collar shirts in 1919 and also own neckties licenses for brands like DKNY, Nautica, Perry Ellis. They also own major American clothing brand companies like Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, IZOD, BCBG, Kenneth Cole NY, and shockingly, Micheal Kors, Sean John and Timberland. They provide these brand products to major department stores under these brands as well as under private label agreements. 

If you SHOP & spend money on ANY of these BRANDS, you contributing to the 4 out of 5 men on this AD.

Saturday, June 6, 2015

How would you rather live like?

I was doing some research on the Aboriginals Papua New Guinea when I came across this image. I just stopped and stared at it for a minute. What I gathered from the moment, from the Papua New Guinean, from their home was in essence, peace. I thought about how it would be if we were allowed (yes, allowed, it ain't like land is just free) to built our own homes. The Indigenous way of life home is not only the most creative dwelling but it's probably one hundred times better and healthier than the houses and apartments infested with lead and other hazardous, dangerous and unsafe chemicals. I started to ask myself, how is it that the way we live now, colonized, better than this? 

Imagine, building your home with natural resources like tree stumps and banana leaves. Having no worries, financially, because your home you would truly own. It wouldn't be owned by the bank or a lender. You know how cool it would feel in the daylight with the sun out and at night with the night breeze? I would rather live like this, The Indigenous life.

Which one would you rather live in? The home you could built on your own, or in a house with 4 walls or an apartment complex of about 80 units in them. 

Don't think with a material mind, but instead just an earthling living on Planet Earth attempting to just co-exist with it. How cool would it be to just live? Let's see...

Living Indigenous VS. Not living Indigenous

  •  In the Indigenous Home, weather, temperature, upholding and possibly predators would be, most likely, your only concern.

  • In Colonization, your home whether House or Apartment, requires a list of amounts of money owed to a corporation.Some of these bills would include paying bills like rent. Rent is a regular payment, usually paid out every 4 weeks or 30 days to the landlord of the property you are renting on. In addition, on a regular monthly basis, you are demanded to pay an electricity or gas bill, sometimes, even both. There is also a water bill that comes along with this possession and if you desire enjoyment like watching actors and performers on Television, a cable bill is charged and a phone bill if you wanted to tele-communicated. Not too mention, when you live in a house you have to pay a mortgage and despite how many years you have been paying on it, it will get foreclosed if you missed a payment. In addition to mortgage, property taxes and home insurance also takes a chunk of your income.  

Indigenous Papua New Guinea on the Left. On the Right, a foreclosure home in a community and an apartment complex.