please watch The Pyramid Code on Netflix!


“Zimbabwe’s military said early Wednesday that it had taken custody of President Robert Mugabe, the world’s oldest head of state and one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders, in what increasingly appeared to be a military takeover in the southern African nation. After apparently seizing the state broadcaster, ZBC, two uniformed officers said in a short predawn announcement that ‘the situation in our country has moved to another level.’ While denying that the military had seized power, they said that Mr. Mugabe and his family “are safe and sound, and their security is guaranteed.’ ‘We are only targeting criminals around him who are committing crimes that are causing social and economic suffering in the country in order to bring them to justice,” said the main speaker, who was identified as Maj. Gen. S. B. Moyo, the army’s chief of staff.’”

Source: The New York Times. November 14, 2017.

“A highly controversial interpretation by Martin Bernal argues that the Greeks borrowed many of their concepts about government, philosophy, the arts, sciences and medicine from ancient Egypt. Furthermore, the Egyptians, geographically located in North Africa, were an African people, and the origins of Western culture are therefore African. Though they recognize the interactions between Egyptians and Greeks, Bernal’s critics contend that he greatly overemphasizes Egypt’s influence on ancient Greece. While historians continue to debate the matter, tentative findings indicate that Egyptian-Greek contacts, particularly in Crete, introduced the Greeks to Egyptian knowledge and art.”

Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan, John G. Jackson, Ivan Van Sertima and many other black pan-Africanists have also said the same thing as Bernal, but they were always labeled “racist” or “black supremacists” for trying to correct the record and state historical facts.

Source: Foundations of Education. pg. 63.

“Hollywood prides itself on its progressive politics. Celebrities sported blue ribbons on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards to signal their resistance to President Trump. Winners mocked him onstage. They’ve routinely lambasted a White House that they view as hostile to immigrants, women and minorities. But the self-congratulatory liberal bastion has its own problems with diversity, particularly in regards to the showrunners — executive producers and head writers who make hiring decisions — and TV writers who shape story lines and characters, according to a report commissioned by the racial justice organization Color of Change. And efforts over two decades to diversify the writers’ rooms at TV networks have largely failed, the report found. Hollywood essentially “whitewashes” the narratives that influence the country, with shows that ignore or gloss over racial injustice, said Darnell Hunt, a sociologist and dean of social sciences at UCLA, who wrote the report and also co-authors the annual Hollywood Diversity Report pegged to the Oscars.”

“Brett J. Talley, President Trump’s nominee to be a federal judge in Alabama, has never tried a case, was unanimously rated ‘not qualified’ by the American Bar Assn.’s judicial rating committee, has practiced law for only three years and, as a blogger last year, displayed a degree of partisanship unusual for a judicial nominee, denouncing ‘Hillary Rotten Clinton’ and pledging support for the National Rifle Assn. On Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee, on a party-line vote, approved him for a lifetime appointment to the federal bench. Talley, 36, is part of what Trump has called the ‘untold story’ of his success in filling the courts with young conservatives.”

Trump, nor any president, would recommend an attorney of color this inexperienced for a lifetime appointment on the bench! How can the public have confidence in our nation’s judiciary to impartially uphold the law when unethical shit like this is happening?!?! It is embarrassing how desperate they are to fill the courts with racist and/or ideologically conservative white males.

Source: David G. Savage. Los Angeles Times. November 10, 2017.