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Roving Protesters Attacking Racist Statues

Song – “By The Rivers of Babylon” – The Melodians (1970) adapted from The Bible, Psalms 19 & 137

                                     Ferrelux Blog Quote:  Dimitte Populum Meum 😈 Let My People Go

Congratulations Black People, on running amuck with the Global Protesting taking the lead with your other racial allies helping to fight your cause and getting some new civil laws passed in our communal interest. You’re successfully going around all media, attacking brand imagery like Aunt Jemima & Uncle Ben’s but when is it going to stop? I get the need to remove what are perceived as historically racist statues but once that door is open, we’re going to need to go all the way with that. Like, removing every last object depicting, symbolizing, or anything that reminds you of systematic oppression. And somehow this is realistic to you amidst a system you still don’t yet control. You see, that should have been done back in the Colonial days when the Slave Uprisings were happening all over the world. What happened? Well, you stopped. Some bargaining & treaties were made & you went right back in your place while THEY remained ruling like you’re poised to do now. So you’re comfortable just as long as you are given the right to sit alongside a White person while riding a bus, or given an extra dollar to work, or offered some recognition as “The First Black to” do something. Now you’ve rustled some feathers that we’re seeing a pushback from some uncontained racists randomly targeting unsuspecting Blacks again with hate crimes. ALL THIS, coming off the heels of a series of events starting from that Covid-19 shit, government mandates to quarantine & mask-up in public, the rationing of needed food & supplies, the racist deaths of a few Blacks targeted during this sensitive time, and Black Outrage over it. So ofcourse, you have a right to Justice, but what concerns me more is the real revolution that needs to happen within the race. You still don’t have that. Before Colonization, we had our own land rich in resources, an intact culture & customs, homogeneous race, our own non-Christian & non-Muslim & non-Jewish faith, our own Mother Tongue, a Calendar, a system of work & finance, our own system of education, our own government, our own society and empires, coming of age & marriage ceremonies, & so forth. Now we’re in a ridiculous structure to date, where another race of people are controlling whether you have a right to a job, financial accounts, housing, or the right to generally live your way as a free people. Billions of dollars are put into studying your ghettoism, nigger shit, and how to keep those conditions alive to ultimately destroy you. But do you know why for centuries now they are still unable to exterminate you? Well, your Ancestors know & have left a timeless blueprint for you, that whosoever has the wisdom to, & can read that shit, will know & can lead. And you know what, you don’t even need that if you are intuitive enough, it is very much in your genetics. So it’s imperative you get that and know you are One with The Universe. What you need to do is recognize the god in you & the god in the one before you. You have the power to manifest reality. When the first Europeans came to Africa, the folklore about The People there were well known. It was so important to The White Man to convince you that it was The Devil, and dispel the Magic of Egypt, drive out the tribal Shamans & Witch Doctors of The West and the East, and poison the minds of Africans to give up their gods whom they knew for millennias, in favor of a European god-figure named Jesus Christ, till it hit the Southern parts of the continent. And when you did that, you lost the one thing that defined you, empowering a foreign god to enslave you to this day. You can argue all you want that the original Jesus of the Scriptures is Black & so forth, but you’re in a spell right now. You spiritually co-signed on another people’s beliefs agreeing with them that HE IS GOD. So it’s no wonder why THEY are seeing you as a stupid people to piss & shit on because the bible says you’re their property since you subscribe to that thinking. NOW, before Colonization, you had respect. They were fearful of those wild rituals you did where you had spiritual power, seeming god-like and news of it can only be found when really digging through the archives to learn some story that baffled European soldiers who were attacking Africans in their primitive habitat, but got mysteriously fucked up, to which they attributed what happened to witchcraft. Believe me the shit works. So I caution you to get back to the root of things. Stop wasting time with theatrics. You need way more self-respect, worship of each other, and some code of conduct only WE understand. The time is coming when spiritually, we will see WHO is The Master.

LHISA,
Goddess Supreme

 


Colin Kaepernick: Nike, The NFL & Jay-Z


Song – Marvin Gaye ~ “What’s Going On”

Ferrelux Blog Quote: Genua Obstrepentes Quia Nigrum Certamen (I Kneel In Protest For The Black Struggle)

You know the name and the controversy. I knew not jumping on this particular story on the onset of his movement, would yield more for me to cover after we’ve seen the shit play out over the airwaves from last year till now. Who is this Hispanic-looking Brother with an Irish name? Colin Kaepernick is the bi-racial child of a blond-haired blue-eyed Mother & African-American Father and he’s a football athlete who plays for the San Francisco 49ers. With the on-going police brutality against “Black” Men & Women everywhere in America, him taking it upon himself making a striking political statement at NFL games by taking a knee during the singing of the American anthem, is in the praise-worthy spirit of deceased Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This move drew angry criticism from a segment of the population that were “White” (racist or not) who didn’t think the NFL was the right platform to protest urban bigotry & that it showed disrespect to the flag and The Nation. Well…. Other attacks on the issue has been done before by Newscasters, Youtubers, The Common Person on the street, etc. Kaepernick is the only Football Player to put a spotlight on the problem by using the Sports Industry. The only other pivotal moment in history was the 1968 Olympics when 1st & 3rd place medalists, (Tommie Smith, Gold & John Carlos, Bronze) dark-skinned track & field athletes playing for the United States, went on the Olympic stand proudly wearing there medals, through up the Black Power fist during the American anthem for the World to see protesting in the struggle for the same racist persecutions going on at the time in America where The Black Panthers took a political stand opposing the Governments treatment of us. Admidst those medalists was the solitary 2nd place winner from Australia, Silver-Medalist, Peter Norman. People don’t know much of him, since he’s not the primary focus in that iconic photo, but he too as a “White Man” was involved in the protest in his humble way, because he decided to wear the Olympic Project for Human Rights (OPHR) badge in support which was contoversial, and ofcourse even though he was already a medalist, Australia didn’t use him again because of it for the next Olympics, but he’s also noted in history for taken that stand at the time. America punished the 2 Black athletes too expelling them from the team. The 3 athletes kept in touch with each other in life re-creating the historic pose as old men. Australia later repented declaring a Peter Norman day. When he died, the 2 surviving Black athletes carried his coffin. Why the protest at the time? THEY had to, and Kaepernick had to, the police brutality, etc. When you’re “BLACK” and you’re living it everyday, something is wrong if you’re not protesting in some way. Yes, the move drew anger from President Trump and Kap got fired. He filed a lawsuit against the NFL because after all, it IS his Constitutional right to make an expression like that. The suit yielded some pay, but not to great satisfaction, he did not get his job back. So as time went on, Sports giant Nike, entered the fray embracing Kap, and that move upset those same people who don’t like what he did. Nike stocks dropped for a while, but they kept Kaepernick & he looked and sounded great in those print and televised ads. Soon, the minds of people changed back in favor of Nike & the sales happened. And as we went on again in life, another change happened where recently Rapper Jay-Z made the comment that ‘it’s time to move beyond kneeling’ and this drew much criticism. It was taken as a diss, but the comment is subject to interpretation. Do we keep marching & kneeling as an oppressed people? That’s how many movements start before it gets physical. What he did was effective enough to draw attention to the issue. Kaepernick’s motives have been criticized by some who feel he’s just looking for attention, he wasn’t a great enough athlete and they were going to cut him, so he did that move as a tactic. Well, that’s all speculation. He got fired anyway, the point is, he inspired other NFL players to take the knee with him and The Brother, showed where he stands politically, rocking his fro. So what now? Well….., the NFL has Jay-Z with them as a part Owner and some see that as a betrayal, but Jay-Z is another strong Black Brother who declared he wants Kaepernick re-hired. Whether he has the power or not to make that happen remains to be seen, the point is, they are trying to clear up a problem. The NFL has seen a steady decline over the years in ratings & interest. They’ve lost their heyday. Just trying to pick the right Halftime performer to hold the audience & hope everything goes right is a daunting task. When they chose Adam Levine last time, Cardi B, like Rihanna stood with Kap and chose not to perform the song they did together, ‘A Girl Like You’. Adam Levine & his band Maroon 5, should NOT have taken the job, but he thought the controversy was good for him, not realizing he was further exposing himself. Months before that on ‘The Voice’, he fucked over DeAndre Nico, a strong soulful Black Contender on his team for some lesser singer (Reagan Strange), a young white female he knew personally, who was nearly voted off the prior week, who got voted off the competition the next week BECAUSE, America didn’t like that, and the fiasco was all over social media . So HIM, opposing Kap, and doing a lame performance at the Half-time show, also hurt the NFL. Until they properly solve this issue with Kap, their general approval will continue to drop.

Lhisa 666

SOME LINKS
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Kaepernick
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1968_Olympics_Black_Power_salute
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Carlos
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Norman
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommie_Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_Project_for_Human_Rights




The american sprinters Tommie Smith,John Carlos and Peter Norman during the award ceremony of the 200 m race at the Mexican Olympic games. During the awards ceremony, Smith and Carlos protested against racial discrimination: they went barefoot on the podium and listened to their anthem bowing their heads and raising a fist with a black glove. Mexico City, Mexico, 1968 Mexico city, Mexico, 1968

 

 


Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Queen Movie Review

Ne Cede Malis, Sed Contra Audientior
Do Not Yield To Misfortunes, But Go Forth More Boldly To Meet Them (Virgil)
PLAYLIST ~ Music By Queen

Ofcourse somebody would want to make a film about the late great Freddie Mercury. I had mixed feelings over it. ALOT of the info in the movie and timeline is false. It’s a piece of fictional work designed to convey what they wanted you to know about him and the band and there experiences. Well, for something more factual, go look at the many documentaries and interviews online. For the film, they tried very hard to make the Egyptian actor Rami Malek, look, sound and act like him. The real Freddie was a physically bigger man and his striking actions and majestic persona are hard capture. I wasn’t entirely convinced of the performance and I don’t know why Rami Malek was chosen, I was more impressed at the actor’s work at the end of the film when he really came alive on stage as Freddie Mercury at the Live Aid concert. Yes, I expected it to win ALOT of awards, because of some elements in the film, even though critics like myself didn’t fancy it much. At the time when I saw the movie, I wasn’t really happy with it to go write a rave review, but as I continue to think about this man and his work, I have to say something. Prior to the film, the music of Queen for years were in movies, TV shows & commercials, and now AFTER the film, it’s still everywhere arguably as the band with the most hits heard in ads. Now this is a testament to their greatness, the mass commercial appeal as of late. There was a time in my development where Queen was one of the rock bands, I designated a moment of my life consistently listening to. The man was a musical genius. I felt the film focused too much on the gay shit. Some of the dialogue consisted of cheesy faggot comments that made Freddie looked like he was some Rupaul Drag person, when in reality, he carried himself more like a man. He was never out there in the public eye talking like that, seeming like that, or carrying himself like that. In reality, he was masculine, that was why when he died at age 45 in the early 1990s, it shocked people when we heard he lost his life due to complications with AIDs. I remember, it saddened me as a teenager back then the way the news of it was suddenly delivered over the airwaves. I missed him. He died too early. And now, so many years later in the current heyday of the flamboyant gay rights movement, they go and make a movie using HIM & his life to be a part of the gay agenda. If you study Queen, you’d know that Freddie himself when he lived, had no interest in being a point person for the gay movement or a Spokesperson on AIDs. He was a private man who was more mindful about HIS MUSIC. I’d think if you were going to do a movie about him, you’d more concentrate on his musical genius and things that really mattered to him. His lyrics hold philosophical content. He’s a Composer, right up there with Mozart, Bach, etc. Looking at the first half of the film was making me visibly upset with them focusing on homosexuality as if that was the main thing about his life, when other people around him at the time, can account for aspects of his personality being non-gay. In reality, heterosexuality was something he valued that the movie could not deny and had to show in some way since there was a woman he was romantically involved with, that he still loved till the end of his life and he left a great deal of his fortune to her even though she married and moved on. Something happened to Freddie as a young Indian boy born in Zanzibar/Tanzania when his family moved there to flee the Uprising in India. Then he developed as a person in England. We may never know the missing info, but there might be clues out there in cyberspace and alternative media. The movie could have been done better without the gay politics. Now we have content Millennials misunderstanding some things about his life and art as we go on as a society. He’s now a Gay Icon. Oh God! He was never seen as that before though. Nor decades before now, was he dug up and embraced as one of them, even at the time he lived. Some people say he was openly gay at the time, but there is evidence suggesting otherwise. Also, homosexuality (Buggery) was still seen as a crime in Britain in the 1960s. To many Americans & others around the globe, it was either a mental problem, or a vice you engaged in and some of us still think so. And for some, cross-dressing was a look you adopted or played around with, but it didn’t mean you were actually gay or lesbian, or something. And people eventually realized if you were or not. If he was privately exploring or finding himself because of some personal issue and I saw that, I wouldn’t make a film depicting that as the central theme of his life. It was more a gay movie, than an real biopic. There was so much more beyond that and what he never got to do in life. I don’t know how he himself would feel about this film they made about his life. I know though, he would have composed a better film about his story.

Lhisa Mrklon,

 

 

 

SOME LINKS ON FREDDIE

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_Mercury

http://www.freddiemercury.com/

http://www.mercuryphoenixtrust.com/

https://ultimateclassicrock.com/freddie-mercury-teeth/

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0006198/


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