Kobe Bryant, Black Mamba, R.I.P

Song – “To Live & Die In L.A.” – Makaveli (Tupac Amaru Shakur/2Pac)

Ferrelux Blog Quote:  Quid Magna Infortunii ✴ What A Great Misfortune

On Sunday, January 26th 2020, we hear for the New Year that Legendary Basketball Player Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianni Bryant, & 7 others died in a helicopter crash in the hills of Calabasas, California. And of course this comes as a SHOCK to everyone. In my GoodReads section of the site, in prior weeks I featured books about his success, & one he created, a young adult fantasy fiction worth reading called, ‘Legacy & The Queen.’ Like many of you, I too have been dealing with his sudden death. He was one of my favorite Basketball Players. Over the years growing up with him (in a way) from a TV perspective, being 3 years older, looking at his face & his wild antics on the court with the way he moved & the tongue flicking, & that face, I thought to myself, he reminds me of a snake, you know like the villain Kobra-Khan from the original animated ‘He-Man’. And LO & BEHOLD, he was out there proudly calling himself the Black Mamba, a snake of Southern Africa related to the Cobra, but without the hood, with a certain survival mentality in which Kobe incorporated in his work ethic & his technique for playing. When you know yourself & what you identify with, putting stuff like that out there is easy. You see, I’m a Serpent too. His career started in High School being a phenomenal player why at 17 the NBA wanted him. He also had excellent grades. He could have gone straight to college on Scholarships, then joined the NBA later, but opted to JUMP at the opportunity & work on earning his college degree part-time in Summer School instead, and that turned out to be a good choice. Kobe enjoyed a very successful 20 year Pro-Basketball Career, bringing home Olympic Gold for America & retiring at age 38. He’s described as a great Father of 4. The media projects he was working on won significant awards & those children books he was writing made an impact. He also cared about The Homeless in his philanthropic missions to help them. At 41 years old he passed too soon. There are still trying to find out what happened as new reports come in. Just on face value with the initial news reporting, I would figure a skilled pilot of a helicopter should know whether to fly that day or not, so if he chose to, from his perspective the trip was possible, especially if the skies were clear at the time. When you see A LOT of fog & have flown in conditions like that before, then you know how to navigate a craft. Some pilots chose not to risk flying that day though. From the footage on the news with what we see as the chopper flying around, he could have been looking for a safe place to land. When witnesses are saying they saw the chopper flying dangerously low like a free fall, the pilot may have somehow LOST control of his craft due to something interfering & was struggling to regain it. I don’t think he would have willingly free falled. Also, I don’t know why a trained pilot who haven’t had any flight issues before, would trust using an ill-equipped helicopter since The News reported that he lacked life-saving navigational equipment on board. Maybe before the flight, there was tampering of some sort with the vehicle or controls. We’re now hearing the 911 calls that were released to the press, BUT the 2 are from persons on the ground calling about an impending crash. What about the people on board? Wouldn’t they be calling someone too in a panic if they saw they were about to crash. I know with similar crashes we hear about there is that last phone call to a loved one or cops for help. So what is really going on hear? This is where some of you can get into some conspiracy theories about his sudden death, or sacrifice rather, because it’s suspicious, then again it could just be an unfortunate accident. I mean, you can speculate anything. The helicopter does not have a Black Box. The company who made the helicopter is now halting further production & use of their chopper due to perceived faults with it. Well, that pilot have used that same manufactured craft before with no known reported issues. The latest info out there in The News, depending on who’s broadcast network you mind, there was ANOTHER helicopter flying around at the same time & they’re looking for that pilot to ask him some questions. Well, this is fodder for some curious theories. There is no reason for Kobe, Gianni, & the 7 other victims to be dead right now. They were heading to a young women’s school basketball game where his daughter played. The idea that a wealthy, mentally ill secret elite group in Hollywood got together & decided to orchestrate a way to take him out that day hours before The Grammy, to fulfill a cult offering to a mystery god for a divine favor at an event or something is not only sick, but should strike you as a wickedness to condemn. People’s lives are not yours to play God over, deciding at any damn time whether they should have something or not. That whole Sacrifice thing in Hollywood has been exposed multiple times by many Youtubers. It’s up to you whether you believe that stuff or not, but the arguments are too compelling to ignore. You can’t keep having numerical & other interesting coincidences like that in each case story. And the subtle public clues in hindsight leading up to a tragedy are there, because someone usually knows beforehand. With a practice like that, let me say, FIRST OF ALL, human sacrifices aren’t even necessary to appease those Deities. You do so in error. Well versed practitioners of The Occult are more sophisticated in the art of dealing with certain Entities without vulgar practices. So these people getting their kicks picking off unsuspecting persons thinking they are impressing some god, will learn that same Entity has its own karmic conundrum in store for YOU because it knows The Laws of the Universe better than you do why something ill-fated keeps affecting your future surviving generations for example. It’s the unwitting price you paid just to have a fleeting one-lifetime experience of wealth. And anybody trying to be famous thinking & feeling like they have to bend to The Will of those people controlling Hollywood and all, my advice to you is to value the things that are not Corporal, which they have no control over: Time, Space, Reality, etc. These are things they cannot make. And just holding strong, struggling on your own with dignity may be arduous, but the power in doing so makes you a contending force they can’t control. It’s okay if you’re not as famous as who they just radically socially promote overnight; be content you’re not their slave. You still have a free will & divine freedom. Success comes on its own time. Falling prey to them is a much greater loss giving away your Consciousness & when you realize it & try to get out or break away, or expose something of theirs, it could mean your reputation being damaged, losing something or someone important to you, or YOUR LIFE as we’ve seen with certain Celebrities. You’re dealing with barbaric people here and them commercializing your legacy for profit. I’m not sure entirely what Kobe’s situation was in regards to any of that, but to the Ones responsible for the deaths, in The End there’ll be a Reckoning to account for the life you’ve lived. They did nothing to you to deserve that. You took away persons that will be very missed by their loved ones. Now, they can’t return to their daily lives. Among them, a young lady’s dreams of becoming a revered female basketball player making her Jersey number famous. The University of Connecticut (Uconn) honored Gianni Bryant in their women’s league ceremony calling her Mambacita (Little Mamba), she one day wanted to play for them. Now all we have of her is the #2 Jersey she wore in life in the making which people are celebrating. And of course, The Lakers, forever honoring Kobe Bryant. They cancelled the game they were supposed to play days after his death only to resume schedule playing Friday January 31st. Kobe is survived by his Wife Vanessa & 3 daughters. He left an indelible mark on the game he loved playing, & making history with 2 retired Jerseys in the NBA, numbers 8 & 24. Watching you play at court not only inspires up & coming basketball players, but the Mamba Mentality has infused itself into the minds of those now discovering & emulating that method into their lives as you spoke it. You will be missed. Kobe Bryant, Black Mamba, Rest In Power. MAMBA OUT!

Lhisa,
666

SOME LINKS
Mamba Sports Academy Statement On The Tragedy
Kobe Bryant Tribute Coverage
Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Crash Flight Simulations
All The Videos (Still Available) About The Ritual Sacrifice of Kobe Bryant
The Latest Article Info On Kobe Bryant

 

Kaepernick’s NFL Workout Fiasco

 

Song – Eric B & Rakim ~ “I Ain’t No Joke”

Ferrelux Blog Quote:  Audemus Jura Nostra Defendere ~||~ We Dare To Defend Our Rights

It was a disaster for the NFL, not him. So here’s what happened since we last left off with Kap. While the NFL tries to repair its image back to the heydays by getting 2 top Hispanic Singers, Shakira & J.Lo to sign on as performers despite other top performers who’re mainly Black refusing to because of the whole ‘side with Kap’ thing, to attempt to resolve it, they reach out to Colin Kaepernick. The NFL wanted the Workout to be held in a controlled environment of their choosing where the media will learn what they chose to disclose, but being a Conscious Brother, Kap wanted the venue to be more public so the people can see what’s going on. They should have never reached out to him! If there are still some grievances, that was a mistake. It wasn’t negotiated properly. I’m with Kap. After hearing the shit, he was right. At first, listening to the news account, the real info didn’t get out right why it sounded like Kap was a no show until the cameras got on him to explain what happened. It was a set up! A Black Idiot ESPN Commentator, Stephen Smith, always had something negative to say about Kaepernick, and he jumped on it the day before the Workout saying to Kap through the camera & pointing his finger, “You better show up.” Well he did, but the event created more problems than solutions. Had they just left Kap alone, it would have been better. What’s really going on here is that they don’t want him back. It’s like Fuck You Kap, you first took a knee on August 14th 2016, then got others to take it with you & ruined our brand, you sued, we paid you, now move the fuck on, get lost, go play with another league, but the public agrees with you that you should have your job back with us since we’re a GIANT football league here in the United States, having not worked in 3 years & you want to play ball. And he proved he was still fit & ready to play at the Workout. To be fair here, this whole conflict could have been avoided from the very beginning had some legally thinking person, left him the fuck alone. You see him there taking the knee refusing to recite the National anthem, just make a quick positive press remark about it and play ball. The NFL later on letting their blood boil, creating a big stink around it due to mounting political pressure from Trump, caused it to escalate to a valid movement. Ignore his Black Ass, get your press people on a side note to articulate some encouraging social change argument to explain his protest on YOUR football field and protect your brand. Nobody would have cared much had they kept everything else about the game, merchandise, & the half-time show. And stop focusing the cameras on him too much, it’s fodder for a trouble-making press person. The problem would have went away with the right grace & tactic. Is the NFL responsible for police brutality? No, but Kap used their platform to make a point. Was that fair to them? No, but it happened. So now we’re here. Their response could have been better. Addressing the issue in a sensitive manner since a lot of their players, about 90% are Black, would have been smart. A carefully worded ad playing on the airwaves supporting the political consciousness of your players would have softened any Right-Wing aggression coming against it to understand, though the games are meant to bring people together, we should strive to continue to repair the problems that divide us. The NFL missed an opportunity to be a proponent for change, when back in the 1980s ya’ll would have dealt with the topic wiser like the WWF, (now the WWE) & G.L.O.W (the original Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling). They had all kinds of diverse wrestlers & were smart to recognize their power in presenting forward thinking THEN on socio-political topics. If you couldn’t do that, then simply funding certain philanthropic projects in poor communities to help improve their daily lives would have been looked on as heartwarming since many of your players came out of there. But instead, after a number of days, the leaders of the NFL decided to attack Kap. Oh shut him up, remove him and let’s play ball, and life will carry on as usual, but a topic like Police Brutality can’t be removed from the table like that. You have a bunch of ‘Niggers’ playing ball for your league earning trillions of dollars for you and you can’t just dismiss their right to take a stand on a relevant topic. There was ample time for somebody to have delicately handle issues like that. I agree it shouldn’t be the elephant in the room when you take your family out to have a good time, but Kap was the player it emotionally affected the most to take a knee and NOT salute the flag, and no one in the administrative level was apparently equipped to discuss a proper method in dealing with it. Most problems can be diffused with the right person managing it. The NFL thought that person was Jay-Z but he drew criticism for some remarks that it’s time Kap move on from taking a knee and NOW some people are blaming Jay-Z for pushing the whole Workout event hoping it would turn out well, but simply offering him his rightful place back into the NFL would have wiser. So the ball is still in Kaepernick’s court. The NFL has not made any new motion towards Kaepernick since then. We’ll see if the Superbowl does well this year with the performances, since its last great success was with Lady Gaga before the Kaepernick controversy, and if ever their struggle with him gets resolved the right way. Anyway, you can enjoy more of Colin Kaepernick since the Workout incident now that sports gear giant NIKE released a new sneaker in honor of him.

https://kaepernick.nofyme.com/?vst=kaepernick&redirect=true
https://twitter.com/kaepernick7

L H I S A,
666

 

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

 

 

I, Tonya (2017 Film)

I, Tonya……..now on Dancing With The Stars (DWTS). The 2017 Movie, ‘I Tonya’ was great & the subject matter is relatable played by award-winning actresses Margot Robbie (Tonya) & Allison Janney (The Mother). Looking back at the time period of this story, I was in my graduating year in High School & Nancy Kerrigan was the skater almost everyone was rooting for….., but side opinions count. Some people liked Tonya & her hardship all the way to The Olympics representing America as well. It was fucked up what happened to her career. There are people that can relate to her story. Not everyone fits a mold for certain industries. Does this mean that you CAN’T compete? She was breaking a lot of rules. She didn’t let poverty get in the way, nor having the standard Ice Princess look or breeding hamper her chance at success & fame. And for THAT, she was punished. She was a victim of prejudice amongst HER OWN people. They loved Nancy Kerrigan. The dark-haired beauty could do no wrong. She had the judges in her favor even if she made a mistake on the ice, as long as it was not too bad, her marks were still high. Oh well…..you poor blond bitch, we don’t care about your scrapper way of getting here to our ivy league sport, you don’t belong & we don’t like you, so we’re gonna score you a little bit lower even though you were the ONLY American Woman to land the Triple Axel in 1991 in our International sport. THAT was the general attitude that poor child had to deal with even though she had A RIGHT to be there representing not only The U.S.A, but the downtrodden & disenfranchised rest of us. THEN IT ALL WENT WRONG ONE FATEFUL DAY. The asshole/loser she married to get away from her loud-mouth & funny, but abusive mother, couldn’t leave the skating politics alone & conspired with his friend to have a cohort go to where Nancy Kerrigan was practicing & whack her on the knee, where she famously screamed out, “WHY!” It injured her ability to do well in general, in an effort for Tonya to win Olympic gold ofcourse. There are those despite the old news reports & trial in the mid to late 90s, & now the current movie 23 years later partly told from Tonya’s perspective, who still doubt her innocence. The case was federally investigated & Tonya got banned professionally from the sport & competing nationally & internationally. So now for the first time ever in public, we’re seeing her at 47 years old (still able to land a triple axel while ice-skating privately) on the TV show ‘Dancing With The Stars’ competing for the Mirabal trophy along other respected athletes. But going back to that tragic event from the past, arguably the attack on Nancy Kerrigan was not necessary at all, since Tonya WAS the better skater if you look back at the old footage. The real problem here was the skating committee/judges who discriminated against her for being poor & rock n’ roll. She liked skating to heavy metal music, she looked like a hard rock chic in her outfits & I was into that stuff too & thought at the time watching her on TV, how refreshing to see someone different out there on the ice. Nancy Kerrigan was nice skating to the classical/contemporary themes, but she looked too much like the cookie-cut standard model with how she was carefully packaged. And the people in charge of the whole thing who could have made a difference, were too ignorant & blind to that. THEY are the real ones responsible, because had Tonya been treated more fairly,…..none of it would have happened.

More on the film……..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I,_Tonya
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/06/movies/i-tonya-review-margot-robbie.html
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5580036/awards

~ Lhisa Mrklon