Wednesday, October 14, 2015

One Million Black Voters and supporters & Your Opportunities Are Bigger Than Your Oppression

Join One Million Black Voters for FREE and FREEdom !

This movement is simply called, "One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors" (OMCBV&C).

We are calling for (minimally) one million Race-conscious Black voters to join forces with us, and as our One Million continue to hear and heed our call-to-arms, the abundance of talent, skills, and expertise to be found among you will readily become evident, and each of you will begin to find or make your place in our ranks, and take on assignments critical to our eventual success.
What is a "Conscious Black Voter?" The One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors Movement refers to Black individuals who are fully aware that our race needs the best-and-brightest we produce to place the interests of our people collectively in "first-position." In doing so, we put into practice what all other racial and ethnic groups do routinely and automatically.

By calling the best and brightest among us to join forces and pool resources to build the capacity of our race to advance and protect its collective interests, the One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributors campaign seeks to have black people do what other groups have done and do every day: Lift ourselves out of our lowly condition by our own collective efforts! A conscious Black voter would do this by voting as part of a solid block of Black voters determined to influence public policy decisions so that they favor rather than hurt black people, and open pathways to a better future for our children.

Correspondingly, a conscious Black contributor would readily pool his/her financial and other resources and resourcefulness to provide the wherewithal to underwrite the costs of projects and programs designed and intended to serve the needs and interests of our people.

To the skeptics out there who think Black folks are too individualistic to come together in such a large number, that one million Black folks will not cooperate, that we have too many schisms among us, and we will not trust one another, we say, "Not so."

To the doubters who continue to have faith in Democratic AND Republican platforms, which have ignored our needs, collaborated against our best interests, and engaged in flawed analyses of problems and the solutions thereof, we say, "not so fast."

We submit to you that even within the most reactionary, non-revolutionary Black person there is at least a REMNANT of a DESIRE to love Black people; and it is that residue of unrequited love that we are appealing to. Our assertion is that there are at least 1 million Black folks actively seeking for ways, means and reasons for us to come together to take corrective ACTION.

We invite you to become One of the Million Conscious Black Voters and help us break the ties that bind our people to dependency, self-negation, and the lowest rung on the political, social and economic ladder of American society.
Be "One of the Million" and let's finally let our people and everyone else know that we are very serious about being economically and politically empowered.  
ed posted: " To my younger brothas and sistas out there, if you want to make black lives matter and make a difference and betterment of yourself more than what the sorry worthless elder black generation has done and left nothing for you to build upon, then you need "

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Message to Our African-American Young Adults – Your Opportunities Are Bigger Than Your Oppression

by ed
Young black couple in love leaning head against each other
To my younger brothas and sistas out there, if you want to make black lives matter and make a difference and betterment of yourself more than what the sorry worthless elder black generation has done and left nothing for you to build upon, then you need to think different and approach the challenges differently. Overall, in the 21st century, your opportunities are greater than your oppression and somehow you young African-Americans been distracted to focus more on your oppression than take advantage of your opportunities. If you are not focusing on your opportunities, then you are self-oppressing yourself.
You have to learn STEM and that is not a generic statement and let me be very specific with your ass. You have to learn how to create your own media instead of wonder why the bigoted mainstream media don't cover African-Americans. But you have to do it in a way that you compete for the same audience as mainstream media and don't try to make it some "black media" crap. Don't ever do a damn thing in your life as a black-orientated operation, you focus on making whatever you do global and mainstream and take over the world because the world is yours.
You have to learn technology and how to build. This means you need to learn how to manage data science and data analytics. The number one thing you cats are lacking where you getting your butt kicks is you do not have proper data sets to build intelligence and decision making upon. You have to read up on how to create and manage databases and data sets. Then you have to learn how to build service structures to perform tasks and also create business enterprise systems using open source software from call centers to peer-to-peer payments to manufacturing.
But here is the secret and this is what you young African-American adults need to do. You need to learn how to fail fast and get rejected fast. Failing fast means try something and know instantly that ish ain't going to work and you better try something new the next day. You still see old ass African-Americans talking ish about reparations and pooling our money together not realizing those are failure models but they still run their mouth about that crap. You instead better recognize a failure model and focus on another way to accomplish something real fast after failure to move towards a success model.
In addition, you have to learn how to get rejected fast. That means knowing quickly that Venture Capital firms in Silicon Valley do not want to invest in inner city technology firms ran by black people and will reject you – don't sit around trying to pander to bigots who don't like you. Learn quickly that mainstream media and local news are not friends of black people and only show African-Americans in a negative light. Learn very quickly that certain groups of people don't like you and don't sit around trying to get them to like you – find out immediately where people stand when it comes to liking/disliking you. Fast rejection is also a strategy in dating and relationships, don't sit around thinking someone like your ass the same way you like them, approach them and look for a fast rejection or fast acceptance so you can keep it moving.
Once you learn how to fail and get better, learn to quickly know who rejecting you and who accepting you and you get the skills up, then you African-American adult youth will be poised to take advantages of the opportunities around you and there are huge and big opportunities. We are talking about urban transformation in your hoods that you can repurpose into a world-class city and that is your spot. We are talking about working with other emerging economies worldwide like China building megacities and South Africa economic modernization and middle class growth and being advisors and consultants to bring urban culture to these areas. We are talking about financial technology solutions to build up capital and resources such as homegrown mobile payments as well as crowdfunding. And we are talking about manufacturing everything from shoes to electric vehicles. And infrastructures such as building think-tank collectives and technology clusters right in our own communities.
The opportunities are greater than your oppression and stop focusing on the negative things that will go away the minute you take advantage of your opportunities. This Dream and Hustle blog – cats out there are desperate to keep you away from reading this blog and the solutions we got. You will see more black self-important clowns more desperate for you not to know about this blog. I don't write anything in this blog for popularity or for any of you guys to admire me, I write this damn blog to help you see solutions and see they can be implemented. And it's time for you to stop having other people tell you to focus on oppression and negativity and change your ways and approach to focus instead of the opportunities and that is what me and my crew is here for. We have the information here at Dream and Hustle and I have my hand extended out to you to help bring you up in this world – please step up and rise up.
ed | October 14, 2015 at 12:00 am | Categories: Editorial | URL:
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