It has been over two years year since I began recommending my family and friends to Participate in the I M F and G-20 Organization, Global Currency Revaluations Program.  The program that started years back initially selected six countries to participate in it. These six countries were selected due to the fact that the value of their currencies was lowered during the wars they were involved in and never brought back to their former value after their war. 

This was especially a grave problem since their infrastructure had been destroyed.

Realizing that the reevaluation of each country is determined by the mineral resources on and under the ground in each country, I felt that by investing in the country of Zimbabwe, with all its rich mineral wealth, there was a great opportunity for friends and family. Although I felt the opportunity was great, little did I realize there would be such strong opposition to the program from the “Family of Three”; (the three hundred wealthiest families in the world). And, I should have realized that when working with 209 countries, there would be complications, complexions, interferences and hindrances.  All of which has brought about umpteen false-starts and numerous disappointments. Yes it's been a roller coaster ride and we have all felt the doom and gloom of this crazy on and off scenario. We hear a suggested date and get our hopes up and it comes and goes. And, we feel horrible for such high and low expectations to happen over and over again.  

Time rolls on and many of us have bills to pay; sickness from stress rolls in and some of you are faced with the possibility of the loss of your homes.

Real fear looms as thoughts surface of being ruined; wondering if you'll ever recover or if your lifestyle is being permanently downgraded.  The expectation of receiving the 800 number this past weekend makes you feel like you're being used and anger begins to rise and you then began to point your finger and start blaming; asking yourself, why are they doing this to me?  Don't they know what they're putting me through?  During the holiday season is when desperation can set in and when hope can begin to dissipate.

But during those moments of despair… maybe even right now… that's where the Lord really tests you.  Could it be that it's at this moment that you realize that it’s not about the money you're expecting from the currency reset that's important.  It's the Lord that you need because if you know Him, you can always depend on Him.  He's the only one to pull you through in troubled times.  Maybe during these quiet moments of desperation is when you can actually see how your faith is being tested. Could it be that this is what this is all about!

Those of us who have lived in poverty or homelessness know what I mean. What is it like to lose your home, your car, your job, or perhaps everything that you have identified with as who you are? Being homeless is bad enough, but facing not having food for your children is the very worst. Many of you know what I mean!

Now what has that to do with me receiving the 800 number, whereby I can go to the bank, James (you may be asking)?  Could it be to make us realize how blessed we really are and what we are to do with our blessings for humanity?  The “Family of Three”, have done nothing with the blessings they have. That's why we are going to demonstrate to the world what they should have done.  And soon it will be taken away from them.  In fact it has been a curse for them.  Oh yes, from a worldly standpoint this nation may see them as materially successful and maybe so, but they also may be miserable.   All because they forgot the key commandment from Jesus, which is to honor each other and love one another.  They have forgotten about human beings being human. (Humanity)

So from the Mother Earth of our ancestors, the Lord is going to bless us to serve humanity.  And He is testing us into the realization of why and for what our gift is for; and what we are to do and for whom. We are blessed to be chosen and what we're being tested on is patience and fortitude.  Let's continue to get passing grades because this week will be our graduation week as we march to the Redemption Center and get our Diploma Blessings.

Yours in Christ,



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LET'S GO TO WASHINGTON (Make Changes For Black Caucus)

Why is this March for our nation important? Because we the body of citizens of this country, are heading towards servitude as a people. There will soon be a point when the little gained through the efforts of our parents and grand parents will be lost for "lack of opportunity". The economic power base is taking control of our nation in such a way we will have no say in the policies and directions of our lives. (as Congress has reflected) It's somewhat like what took place in Germany. If you have the control, power and money to tell people "what you want them to hear" long enough, they'll start believing it. Five million Jews died as a result of that ploy, practice and policy.

At this time a group of Republican conservatives are the ten per-centers and power base of this nation. They own the major corporations, they own the financial institutions and they own the news media in this country. They have been having their advocators writing and broadcasting lies over these last six years about our President and his administration policies and have literally held this nation in hostage and bondage. We now have Black proponents who've picked up the banner and are now doing it for them. (naysayers) It's not surprising as they have the conservative news media to support them both politically and financially. They want our President to do supernatural acts of divine powers to change the mind set of Americans from the idiosyncrasies of racism, which has lingered on after over 150 years. I wish it was that simple. It's easy to criticize until you've walked in that person's shoes and it's easier when your agenda is to disrupt by philosophizing, sociological, economic theories with some meaningful, insightful comments, entertained by eloquent, meaningless, witty, facetious expressions. Can we get real for a moment please?
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WHY GO TO WASHINGTON?  (To Save Our Nation)   (Last of three part series)

Over the past several months I've stated there were three reasons we as a people should prepare to go to Washington this September. The first  reason was for the youth, the second reason was for "we as a people"  and the third reason is "to save our nation". Now this last reason may sound strange to most, however, I feel it's the most important purpose of that trip. We as a nation have become so immersed with self and greed in ourselves, we've lost the perspective of who we are and why we are on this earth.  The desire for wealth has consumed our way of life in such a way that we've lost contact with reality. 

That is "what is real" and "what's happening to us," as we live in fantasy land. While on that bandwagon, our power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints, is gradually slipping away from us in disguise of "freedom of opportunities". All the while our wealth is gradually being taken away from us through the system of  "political and lack of economic opportunity" by the ten per-centers. Yes the wealthy are richer and the middle and working class are getting poorer.  It's happening before our eyes as we struggle and focus on supporting ourselves and our family. 

Just for the record a recent labor report stated that a record 12.2 million Black people are not in the labor market as they have given up in actively looking for a job over the last month.  This is troubling as the unemployment rate for Blacks is 10.1 percent, which nearly doubles the overall national unemployment rate. And we are not up in arms of what is not happening in Washington regarding our livelihood? We as a race of people are being disproportionately killed in cold blood by the police.

A total of 111 people were killed by the police in the U S last month as compared to only 52 people having been killed in the United Kingdom since 1900 by the police.  The fact that our police department has killed twice as many people last month as police have killed in the modern history of the United Kingdom is derisory, absurd, ludicrous, nonsensical and ridiculous. That’s an average of more than three people killed each day in March by police in America. What is more delusional is police beat to death an unarmed man in New Jersey, shot and killed a 26 year old mother of three, shot and killed an unarmed man on his job at Goodyear in Atlanta, shot and killed an unarmed war veteran suffering with mental illness in Atlanta and yes there are 107 similiar stories.  How long are we going to be silient? 

Our brothers and sisters are imprisoned at higher rates than whites, are discriminated against in housing, financial services and employment and are witnessing our voting rights increasingly being eroded.Fifty years after the passage of the Voting Rights Act, 5.9 million normally eligible U.S. citizens are unable to vote. Of these people, an astonishing 2.2 million are African-American. That means around 1 out of every 13 Black adults in this country cannot vote..Oh no, but we will direct our anger at this Black man who is in the White House.  All the while as we point our finger at him, the rich are getting richer as the middle and working class are getting poorer. 

Yes it's happening in his administration, but why?   And what are we doing to prevent these atrocities and inequalities from happening?   Naught, zero, zilch and zippo!  If nothing else why don't we make him do better by helping him do something.  Why don't we "make him do it".There are 1,645 billionaires globally as of March 2014, up from 793 in March 2009. Hundreds of millions of people live in abject poverty without health care or education, while the super-rich continue to amass levels of wealth they will never be able to spend. 

The world's richest 85 people saw their wealth jump by a further $668 million per day collectively between 2013 and 2014, which equates to half a million dollars a minute. The world's 85 richest people's collective wealth is equal to that of the poorest half of the world's population. Far from being a driver of economic growth, extreme inequality is a barrier to prosperity for most people in this country due to greed and selfishness. These last six years have proven that the growing inequality between rich and poor hinders growth, corrupts politics, stifles opportunity and fuels instability while deepening discrimination.  (to be continued


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Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2014 02:56:10 -0000

"Tavis Smiley: ‘Black People Will Have Lost Ground in Every Single Economic Indicator’ Under Obama"

Earthlyvision said
Let’s be crystal clear. I admire President Obama for taking a risk, running for president and actually winning. I’m not loyal to any political party or politician. I only care about the well-being of humans. I never placed any real expectations on him. I knew along with many others, he would have a very difficult time. It is a fact; the wealthy people have gotten rich on every president’s watch and not just President Obama’s. From the looks of it, that won’t change.I know I’m probably
preaching to the choir. But here goes: By definition, a politician is a seeker or holder of public office,who is more concerned about winning favor or retaining power than about maintaining principles. 

With that said, I knew what and who I was voting for. Barack Hussein Obama is a politician. I only expected the best he could do as I have for all of the elected officials I cast my ballot in support of. That means the republicans, democrats and independents I’ve voted for in my lifetime. I wasn’t under the illusion President Obama would be a “champion” of the poor, minorities or the disenfranchised. Almost every decision he’s made thus far in my opinion has been politically motivated and not related to some deep rooted moral compass as some may perceive.It is what it is. I always felt President Obama was a centrist politician. It is quite clear he is not a progressive liberal. Which I don’t think is a bad thing.

me of the president’s policies have not been in the best interest of the poor and minorities. But as a human services professional, I can see the positive difference some of the policies have made. So, it’s sometimes a dual edged sword or a damned if you do and damned if you don’t. Yeah, I know about the cuts to food stamps and the like. But when I looked at the cuts in food stamps, there were only four states {Michigan, Wisconsin, New Jersey and New Hampshire) affected. All but New Hampshire have democratic governors. Even those states have all found ways to compensate for the cuts.
President Obama has made a number of bad decisions and those decisions are duly noted (Iraq, Wall Street, NSA to name a few). But, he’s made a few good ones too. So, I won’t throw out the baby with the bath water. For purposes of this post, I’d like to focus on the good ones.  
Increased infrastructure spending after years of neglect. Initiated a $15 billion plan designed to encourage increased lending to small businesses.   Took steps to improve minority access to capital. Dismantled the Minerals Management Service, thereby cutting ties between energy companies and the government. China’s largest manufacturer, Foxconn, is building a large plant in Pennsylvania Worked with Apple Computer to get them to build more product here, and the company is building two large plants to manufacture products here; one in Texas one in Arizona Reduced the federal budget deficit from 9.8% of GDP in Fiscal Year 2009 under Bush, to 2.9% of GDP in FY 2014 

Along with Congressional Democrats, pushed through and got passed Dodd-Frank, one of the largest and most comprehensive Wall Street reforms since the Great Depression. By signing Dodd-Frank legislation, created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Created rules that reduce the influence of speculators in the oil market. Fashioned rules so that banks can no longer use YOUR money toinvest in high-risk financial instruments that work against their owncustomers’ interests. Supported the concept of allowing stockholders to vote on
executive compensation.

I have been impressed by some meaningful, insightful comments and entertained by many eloquent, meaningless, witty, facetious, satirical expressions. Johnw11, ElrodPonder , Janet Williams, Yuhel,  dedav2222, JayContreras, DebraDaniels, soul60 and many others, I've read your and others psychological,  historical,  philosophical, socialistic analysis of our President's short
-comings. Earthlyvision I'm very impress with your reasoning because you have stated some very important facts on what the President has attempted to do with news articles of verification.  Now my question to all of you is, Why just complain and  analyse?  We are good at that. I have requested on two occasions for you to join with me in a call for a march on Washington.  You seem to be well educated scholars, college wise or street wise. You also know that complaining only brings "ignorance of the problem" by those in charge. But if there is a movement of those such as yourselves with the many other  Livefyre commentators to began pressuring the Black media to move in a call for a march on Washington. Then we are not just complaining, but rather "making a cause for something to happen," engaging and doing something other than just kvetching. Then your commentaries have merit.  I've read how skillful your responses are in highlighting answers by skirting the main issues and urging and pushing your agendas.   Let's get serious, we have two more years with our President. Those  years could be spent motivating  all Americans to move this country forward and stop this deliberate attempt to hinder it's progress. OR WE CAN JUST KEEP ON COMPLAINING USING SCHOLASTIC OR STREETWISE IDEALISTIC IDIOMS TO FLATTER OUR EGO.

 Why don't we use our ability with the pen to push for change through these Black Organizations. Rather than spending funds they receive from conservative businesses for social functions to honor themselves, let's push them to use the contributions they receive to move for a march on Washington.  Our President gained much success by using the social networking media.  As it worked successfully for him, why not those of us who feel disenfranchised, disbanded, deprecated, dishearten, dismayed, disillusioned and just plain disgusted, use the same mechanism as he for our cause.

Through social media networking let's get something going. Let's target the Black newspapers, bloggers, radio and magazines in each of our cities to push for this as our source of direction for the movement. Do we really want another two years of "do nothing" as the last four have been.  We are a force and we can promote this change and it needs to go forth now.  So those who don't think the President is doing a good job, join up with us who feel that he is doing aswell as possible and let's go to Washington this Spring with a mighty voice of unity for CHANGE. (However you want to interpret change)  LET'S STOP COMPLAINING AND START PROCLAIMING.   WE ARE TOO BIG A PEOPLE TO JUST COMPLAIN AND PERMIT A FEW TO CONTROL US!  I really want to hear from all of you.  Let's not get deaf now. WHAT DO YOU THINK.


Sent: Thu, Nov 13, 2014 12:20 PM

Thank you for your comment qweenofmeanest.  I began to think Satan had again tricked "we as a people" with his favorite ploy of deception "man's inhumanity to man," this time through vulgarity".  Yes we should all began to wonder if there has been much progress in our standard . 
And that old antic of divide and conqueror became the white man's gambit. So here we are today with a Black man as our President without any structured foundation as a race of people to build from.  We are still in the wilderness seeking  identification.  That's why many who have made some inroads financially are confused, befuddled,  and discombobulated.  And we who have gotten some education are philosophizing sociological economic theories.

 That's why there is a need for a MARCH ON  WASHINGTON.  To come together as a people and include the poor, our underpaid women workers, the unemployed, the minimum wage workers, the homeless, the college and college bound students, our immigrants, our farmers, our homeless veterans and of course our minorities who soon will become our majorities.  And this time it should be that group who should dictate the terms of the contract and structure it for the Black Organizations and others to follow.  YOU'VE GOT TO BREAK THAT COGNITION OF WHO REALLY ARE THE LEADERS OF "WE THE PEOPLE". TODAY IT SHOULD BE the disenfranchised, disbanded, deprecated, dishearten, dismayed, disillusioned and disgusted ones who must take the lead. And that can and should be done through the social networking system.  You now have a voice and it must be heard.  We have been quiet too long only mumbling amongst yourselves and peers. So again I appeal to all of you who have a cause. Let's do something except just complain.  Let's put such complaints into words with action.  Let's all two million of us go to Washington this spring with an agenda. And that is "we will not accept a "do nothing Congress" anymore.   cartwrightcarty
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Tue, Nov 11, 2014 03:37 AM

CarolParks said
Good morning Sir! I think it is a wonderful idea you have, & I am not going to say it won't work, because if nothing else it will bring attention. 
But, I personally feel, until our political system as a whole changes, things are only going to get worse for EVERYONE. Whether you are a Democrat, or Republican it seems both parties are doing things that not only hurt this country, but all of our future endeavors. They are destroying the Unions, taking away benefits from jobs, killing Pensions, not increasing the minimum wage, cutting Food Stamps, cutting programs that help the poor. And one of the worst cutting funding for schools, & making it impossible for students to afford college. 
I don't want to be doom & gloom here, but honestly things are looking bleak. And with the Supreme Court upholding these laws for Super Pac's, & members of Congress spending everyday with Lobbyists for half the day to raise funds for themselves , nothing will change until the American people as a whole revolt, & DEMAND a new system as a whole. 
And I don't see that happening yet as so many are brainwashed, especially with this " Entitlement BS". Social Security is not an entitlement, but they have convinced these fools that it is. And by doing so they will cut S.S., and Medi-Caid, & there will come a day when it is ONLY the poor, & the Rich. 
I keep waiting for people to get fed up, but with the Militarization of the Police all across the country, I don't hold up much hope. You should have seen the horrible treatment against the Occupy protestors here in S.F., & Oakland. They almost killed a soldier who had just returned from Iraq. These protestors were peaceful, it was the police who sprayed tear gas, & beat people bloody. A little girl who had been riding her bike too close to the protest was dragged off her bike by a cop, & hit in the head. There was a lot of videos on UTUBE documenting all of this. 
So, just beware of what you are going up against, & I wish you well.



Where do I begin? First, I worship no one, especially not a political party. President Clinton passed NAFTA, which in turn destroyed manufacturing in the U.S. All of a sudden in the 1990's, instead of our products being made in the U.S., they were made in China , Taiwan, & other foreign countries. Then you had GW Bush, who further took America into a depression, with the loss of homes, jobs, & the stock market almost collapsing. The scams on the American people were numerous, but Wall Street, & the Banks got away with it. The Middle Class paid a huge price. The War in Iraq was another fiasco, with so many young kids dead, & injured for life both physically, & mentally.

Ronald Regan, was one of the worst Presidents in history. It started when he was Gov., of Ca. He shut down most of the States Mental Institutions, which resulted in thousands of mentally ill living on the streets. It was the first time in history that we had so many homeless people. I never will forget my parents saying what an a$$ he was. When he became President, he shut down the Mental Institutions across the United States which resulted in millions of homeless people, & the crime rates soaring. If you notice the school shootings are almost always done by someone who should have been in an asylum, only now it's almost impossible to have anyone committed. Prisons are full too with the mentally insane.

Then of course you have the Iran-Contra Scandal. President Regan was horrible.

Many people have compared many of President Obama's policies as being republican. Even the health care bill was copied from Romneys. The reason that the corporations that are in charge of people's benefits were made to include all Womens healthcare, like birth control, etc... Was to ensure all Americans had equal healthcare. I too have an excellent healthcare plan thru my job. My insurance was not affected. But, health Insurance has been going up for years, & they tried to blame that on Obama Care. Only I am not buying into that BS. The Pharmacy Industry, Health Insurance Industry will ALWAYS try & make more money at any cost. Both are Business's, & they don't give a shyt about the America people. And yes, I know all about the programs for the poor, but many are put on waiting lists, & that cuts your chances if you have cancer or any serious illness.

And if you are poor and need to see a dentist, forget about it. I volunteer at a soup kitchen, & have seen & heard nothing but horror stories.

Anyone appearing on Fake Fox Lies, has no credibility with me. That is owned by the GOP, & they skewer everything towards their party, & against the President. They don't even report half the important news stories if it reflects bad on a republican. They are a bad joke, & their audience consists of people over 65. Needless to say, they won't be around in ten years. And SEAN Hannity is about as evil as you can get.

That poverty tour that Tavis, & West did was so they could sell books. They made a lot of money from that, & gave ZERO to the poor communities.

Is President Obama perfect? No, but I will take him over any of these other scam artists, any day of the week. Again, take a good, long look at the GOP Congress. A lot of the problems are centered right there.



It is going to take at least a year to get organized.  You cannot depend on the NAACP and other organizations unless you are trying to promote them.  Have you contacted the NOI and see how long it took them to organize the Million Man March.  The time frame for obtaining permits will be a major time crunch. 
 @queenofmeanest @cartwrightcarty Please understand.  Many Blacks upon Obama's election thought and had made plans in their life that we as Blacks had arrived and now were headed to the Promise Land with freedom of opportunity, a state of prosperity or fame and would enjoy great success.  Unfortunately the economic foundation for we as Blacks working together had not been laid. I explained that earlier. Now we unfortunately being disillusioned are pointing our finger at our President as our failure whereas, we should look to ourselves with disappointment. Because the call was made years ago with the Black Power Movement, however, we would not hear because we had pattern our concept to the erroneous thinking of the American way.  Hopefully over these past six years we now know better.

The problem now lies with what are we going to do about it. Under normal circumstances yes we could restructure our thinking and began patronizing each others business, supporting each others products and creating a greater desire for cooperation economically.
Unfortunately that will take time. But in the meantime, we have two more years in Congress of this disrespect, contemptuous, checky, impudent, insolent, impertinent, insulting regard they have shown for we the people who they are suppose to represent.  Are we just going to sit around and complain as they continue to disregard our human values?  Or are we going to make things happen. I have called for a march on Washington to take place during the early Spring. Usually it takes time for such a gathering as many permits and other clearance procedures must be made months in advance. Procedures and rules are made to be broken with no exceptions. During critical times, Washington will have to hear the cry of the many and relax their procedures for us to go there.

To many Americans are starving, living homeless on the streets, without jobs to support their family, can't afford to go to college, are being deported illegally, being killed on the streets because of our color, being discriminated against, being racially profiled, being illegally arrested to fill the corporations built and run jails and prisons. Too many veterans are not receiving health care, food to eat or housing to live in. Too many men and women are not receiving a fair minimum days pay.  Too many women are not receiving equal pay for equal work. Need I go on?  The people we send to Washington know this, but they have no voice or are too frighten to speak out possibly for financial repercussions..  So what else is there for us to do, but go there for all to hear our voice and see the faces of the disenfranchised, disbanded, deprecated, dishearten, dismayed,  disillusioned and just plain disgusted  Americans who do not want to wait on some White Savior to come to our rescue.  That day will never come.  It is time for us to make our voice heard and recognized.  Let's go to the facebook, twitter, linkedin, youtube, blotters and all other social networking sources and establish the fact that we determine our future (not the tea party or billionaires) and are going to Washington to make it known.

 Let's put pressure on all National Black Associations informing them that we are going to Washington with or without their help or support.   Either they disband their organization or follow us.  It is now time to move to action.  Contact the Black Newspapers in our cities and tell them either support us or stop leaving newspapers on our lawn, call all black radio stations and tell them to help us in this cause or we will stop tuning in listening to them.


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