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"Racism and ethnic differences allow the power structure to exploit the masses of workers in 
this country, because that's the key by which they maintain their control. To divide the 
people and conquer them is the objective of the power structure. It's the ruling class, the very 
small minority, the few avaricious, demagogic hogs and rats who control and infest the 
government. The ruling class and their running dogs, their lackeys, their bootlickers, their 
Toms and their black racists, their cultural nationalists - they're all the running dogs of the 
ruling class. These are the ones who help to maintain and aid the power structure by 
perpetuating their racist attitudes and using racism as a means to divide the people. But it's 
really the small, minority ruling class that is dominating, exploiting, and oppressing the 
working and laboring people."  Bobby Seale ... 
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Before MLK was Nat Turner, Prophet

Turner was born into slavery on October 2, 1800, in Southampton County, Virginia, on slaveholder Benjamin Turner’s farm. He recounts in his confession (published as The Confessions of Nat Turner) that even when he was young, his family believed he “surely would be a prophet, as the Lord had shewn me things that had happened before my birth. And my father and mother strengthened me in this my first impression, saying in my presence, I was intended for some great purpose, which they had always thought from certain marks on my head and breast.”
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Parents Preparing Kids For Higher Learning & Workforce

As a parent talking to a child, I would tell the child to increase their window of opportunity by gaining experience through working internships while attending college, only if you can afford to attend school without getting in debt with student loans. Children can also gain work experience by volunteering for nonprofit organizations. Just make sure they can cross-reference their experience later on. Loans have to be paid, and the student can’t afford to work for free, or risk destroying their credit rating at an early age. Promoting vocational education in the early years may put your child at a better advantage before they make decisions of career paths. A child may find more interest in the process of becoming an entrepreneur, and they will need the parent to be able to help them find out which/what resources, and what job skills will be needed to pursue such a career path. A parent helping a child to build their credit can be just as helpful as a parent encouraging a child not to get too much money from student loans. There are so many ways to get stuck working low-income wages that one has to be prepared to keep many avenues of opportunity open for gaining income. Parents have to prepare their kids to think strategically when dealing with higher education and the work force.

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Zayd Malik, Rap Artist, Family Man, & Revolutionary

Saye Taryor: Describe the blueprint of a political philosophy in which you would support?

Zayd Malik: I support the philosophy of Malcolm X, when he said something to the effect of, “when they come at you, they not coming at you because of your different ways of life, they come at you because you black", and with that said, me, and some of my comrades, from the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, have come up with 6 principles that any conscious “Nu Afrikan” (black person) can agree with. Those are, reparations, an end to sexist oppression, human rights, an end to genocide, freedom for all political prisoners and prisoners of war, and the right to self-determination, which we lack as a whole. These are the things we believe have been used to oppress us, and if we were to attain these principles, freedom will be actualized.

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+Bobby Ingram 
You don't even know the name of any of Dr. Kings books, let alone the idea that you have ever taken the time out to read them.  Not to mention the alone speach you have ever heard is the I have a dream speech ... only because of the spoon feed media.  People like you have not even read the entire Christian bible ... 

I know some black people who are just as ignorant as you. 

On the other hand, 
"Those who want to obscure the struggle with ethnic differences are the ones who are aiding 
and maintaining the exploitation of the masses of the people: poor whites, poor blacks, browns, red Indians, poor Chinese and Japanese, and the workers at large."  those are the people I affiliate myself with.  

Only a racist would not understand that, like you and your friends who hate blacks, not because of their color, but because of whatever reasoning they come up with daily...
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Twitter has a new look now.  Check this out.  https://twitter.com/sayetaryor
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Hi Saye I ran across this you may find it interesting ;file:///C:/Users/Public/Documents/Secrets%20of%20SS/%2317B%20%20SECRETS%20OF%20THE%20SOCIAL%20SECURITY%20NUMBER.htm
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Alcoholism is the 3rd leading lifestyle-related cause of death in the nation - It's also PREVENTABLE. Get the facts @ http://Healthyblackmen.org 
Promoting The Health and Wellness of Black Men Everywhere
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Check Out 
The Literary Work Entitled
"What Do You Think?"
Tackle issues of critical thinking and recognizing fallacies.
Read interesting quotes from interesting individuals
Explore over 100 questions

Questions to Explore 
 
• Out of all the books you’ve read, “in its entirety”, 
which one has been the most influential in your life? 
Why? 
 
• What is the most important thing you’ve learned in 
institutional learning, and how do you apply it in 
everyday living? 
 
• Who are you? On a sheet of paper, describe whom you 
are without providing your name, financial status, or 
listing your material belongings. 
 
• What factors did you use to determine, who you are, 
and how did you separate this from, who you would like 
to become? 
 
• What are the 10 things you like about yourself? Do 
not list anything dealing with material acquisitions 
or your economic status. 
 
• What are the 10 things you dislike about yourself? 
 
• Do you believe everything you read? How do you decide 
if what you have read is acceptable or not? 

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http://1upentertainment.synthasite.com/resources/What%20Do%20You%20Think.pdf
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Zayd Malik, Rap Artist, Family Man, & Revolutionary

Saye Taryor: Describe the blueprint of a political philosophy in which you would support?

Zayd Malik: I support the philosophy of Malcolm X, when he said something to the effect of, “when they come at you, they not coming at you because of your different ways of life, they come at you because you black", and with that said, me, and some of my comrades, from the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, have come up with 6 principles that any conscious “Nu Afrikan” (black person) can agree with. Those are, reparations, an end to sexist oppression, human rights, an end to genocide, freedom for all political prisoners and prisoners of war, and the right to self-determination, which we lack as a whole. These are the things we believe have been used to oppress us, and if we were to attain these principles, freedom will be actualized.

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http://www.examiner.com/article/zayd-malik-rap-artist-family-man-revolutionary
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Dealing With "The Man"

Examiner: How can the negative generalizations of police officers be changed, and what should police departments do to build better relationships within their districts, wards, or communities?

Retired D.C. Officer: There has to be more community outreach and more visibility. I think every officer should be required to spend time (like once every three or four months) volunteering with the boys and girls clubs in their zone or district. More bonding needs to take place between officers and citizens within each community. Police block parties should be utilized to bond and provide valuable resources within each community.

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Did you know that for a time in history, Dr. King was a Republican, while Ronald Reagan was a Democrat, before switching his allegence, in support of Goldwater.  Many Republicans in support of civil rights legislation voted Democrat that year, including Dr. King ....  Others like Reagan who opposed it, voted for Goldwater  (FACT)

Ronald Reagan LIBERAL DEMOCRAT.
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+Saye Taryor it take people like him and you to help educate our people so thank you brother Taryor keep up the good work
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Looks Like I have a new book to read.  

"The Wretched of the Earth" presents thorough critiques of nationalism and of imperialism, a discussion of personal and societal mental health, a discussion of how the use of language (vocabulary) is applied to the establishment of imperialist identities, such as colonizer and colonized in order to teach and psychologically mold the native and the colonist into their respective roles as slave and master, and a discussion of role of the intellectual in a revolution. Fanon proposes that revolutionaries should seek the help of the lumpenproletariat to provide the force required to effect the expulsion of the colonists. (wiki)

http://warriorpublications.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/wretched-of-the-earth-frantz-fanon.pdf
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