some important information about civil rights

This article was originaly written some years ago by Clifford Black and has been recovered by a relative who feels that it is relevant at this time!!!


NOTHING stays the same. EVERYTHING “must change”. As seasons continue to come and go, FULL CIRCLE, it is incumbent upon all thinking individuals to learn from past experiences. In other words, while it is not certain that the weather will be the same this year as last, there is the possibility that if it happened before, it just might happen again. This thought is part of the fundamental constitution of all sensible farmers as they nurture the land they love. The farmer must be ever cognizant of the many complexities relative to the force of nature. Tenders of civil rights would do well to follow the example of the farmer.

Because of past experiences with nature, and her power to give and take, farmer George is extremely careful about where and when he plants his seed. Hoping to receive the maximum reward for his effort, the farmer is ever vigilant of nature’s laws. Knowing exactly “WHEN” to plant the seed, he must also aim careful attention to the many factors that are determinants in the environment “WHERE”, the desired culture will germinate. In consequence, if George plants the seed at the wrong time, or wrong place, he will not receive the “RIGHT” benefit of a fruitful harvest.

The seed of “Civil Rights” was naturally planted in the fertile ground of the U.S. Constitution. In the original document, known as the first draft, “Rights” were to be extended to “All” people in an equitable manner. The original “Constitution” was never to be ratified and therefore a second draft was cultivated (composed), as a compromise, which ultimately diluted the original intent of “natural rights” for all people. The predecessor of this “Civil Rights” seed was the “Treaty of Runnymeade” (1215 A.D.), where-in, King John of England GAVE the “Right of Privilege”, through the “Magna Charta”, to what is known as the English People.

The story of the “Magna Charta” is absolutely fascinating. The King, who was loosing the war of rebellion, which would have resulted in the loss of his royal head, decided on the wise action of giving the people what “he” called freedom. The Right of Kings declares that the Supreme Monarch of the land represents “God” in person, and, therefore holds the Right of life and death over his subjects. Two hundred years after John, another English King rescinded the Magna Charta and the common villager was returned to total subjection and bondage.

The framers of the American Constitution would later be reminded of this turn of events by Thomas Paine’s “Pamphlets on Common Sense”. Because of this reminder when, then, King George of England and Great Britain, who was losing the war against the rebellious colonies, offered to extend the Rights of The English Citizen to the colonial rebels, they refused. The colonist would tell George NO THANK YOU, they refused the offer saying: “What man gives to another, man can also take away.”

According to the renowned philosopher Voltaire, and other writers from the period in European history known as the “Age of Enlightenment”, certain “PRINCIPALS OF LIFE” are not to be given, nor received, by one person to another. The principal of FREEDOM, according to the colonial insurrectionist and their Enlightened Constitution, is a God given (natural) right and cannot be ordained by the hand of a man.

The authors, of the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Constitution for the United States, however, did not take into account that some of the people who would have to ratify this magnificent document, were in fact, egomaniacal hypocrites. In order to appease certain factions of the Confederated Colonies, and gain immediate acceptance of the Constitution, it was agreed upon that the rights of this Great Document would only apply to, what would be defined as, free white men (who owned land and were 21 years of age).

Consequently, a different seed from the one that had been intended by the great planter Jefferson was deviously impregnated into the American landscape. Old Tom (the Virginia planter), was never able to keep his word to those classes who were beneath his station. Subsequently, Thomas Jefferson died begging forgiveness from God for his spineless behavior and indiscretions against his fellow man.

The socio-political and economic advantage of American citizenship, from day-one of the ratification of the Independent Constitution, was given exclusively to the so-called American white man. The great freedom experiment would start the process of degeneration almost before it had begun. What this amounts to is real evidence regarding, so-called Christian-Western Civilization and its, propensity for forked tongue behavior (hypocrisy).

While declaring himself free and his liberty unencumbered, the so-called American white man would continue the practice of kidnapping, forced labor, incarceration and mind manipulation of Afrikan People. Furthermore, the tactics of Native American extermination as outlined by Nathaniel Beacon (1676), would continue under color of law. It should also be mentioned that the so-called white woman was also left out of the original “de Jure” contract, the first seven articles of the U.S. Constitution.

One aspect that should be clearly understood by these three groups - African Americans, Native Americans and so-called American white women - is the long proven fact that if FREEDOM can be appointed, it can also be disappointed. It should also be noted that the freedoms which have been given to these groups falls under the heading of de facto articles of the U.S. Constitution and are not guaranteed by the laws of nature nor by nature’s God.

There-in is found the roots of both modern civil rights and also what is now, being called, affirmative action. Civil rights were born out of the advantages that were given to the white male Christian settler, as he claimed someone else’s land, by right of manifest destiny. Because of unfounded beliefs, xenophobia and absolute greed the now independent ex-British subject/settlers (white-slave) would set into motion the dynamics that have lead to NUMEROUS civil rights acts that have been passed into law. The reason that there have been so many civil rights laws enacted, is that a piece of paper means absolutely nothing unless there is INTENT to ENFORCE the contract which has been agreed upon.

Civil Rights as a political reality, almost exclusively directed towards the African American community, began after the Civil War between the States (1861-1865). The Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth amended articles to the constitution (defacto rule), were supposed to mandate (give) Rights of Citizenship to the Afrikan Population in the United States. It never happened. Skipping a few instant civil rights statues we come to Susan B. Anthony and the women’s suffrage movement. Again, Rights are given out to people who accept what is given without regard to the hypocrites who are doing the giving.

In the 1960s an agreement was reached between a few American negroes, who wanted to be accepted by so-called white people, and the United States Govt. The agreement was to entail that the so-called black population would give up its separate facilities and merge into the dominant (majority) population and receive access to equality through programs such as affirmative action. We must remember that affirmative action had been the exclusive domain of the white settler since 1789.

At present, after a short thirty years of sharing the advantage with others, the settler is upset and has now decided, like the English Kings, to renege on the agreement. In the meantime, what is now the Afrikan American population, having dismantled their separate but [un]equal infrastructures, are now at the complete mercy of govt poverty programs.

All things considered, it may be best for those who are now in charge of the U.S. Government to take back the Trojan Horse known as affirmative action. This GIFT, like that of defacto civil rights, is just an empty box. After each fiber of the elaborate wrapping is removed and the box opened, nothing of substance can be found inside.

But maybe, if the whole scenario of CIVIL WAR is repeated one more time (practice makes perfect), those people who are truly suffering the bonds of oppression will stop permitting others to speak for them. Just maybe, in the future, Sons and Daughters of kidnapped People, will hold onto what they develop and allow it to grow. The season has changed. The storm is on the horizon and nothing will ever again be the same.

Maybe the former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, had the right idea as it pertains to the Declaration of Independence. Whereas all men are free to make themselves into a nation of independent people who must be willing to produce and then protect, by any means necessary, that production.

Newt declared that all people should enjoy, unencumbered, the pursuits of life, liberty and happiness with equal access to health, education, and welfare. The great protector of American culture and Constitutional Rights has advised that easy to follow instructions (for intelligent people) are to be found in the document known as the Declaration of Independence.

Those individuals who are truly concerned about the matter of affirmative action and/or civil rights should make all haste as they acquire copies of this great American document. After a comprehensive reading of this declaration of FREEDOM, each PERSON should then “AFFIRM” HIS or HER own-SELF and BEING, and then, “TAKE ACTION”.

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Comment by Adisa on July 23, 2014 at 1:55pm

1963 Birmingham Children's Crusade:  James Bevel came up with the idea of using children in the campaign. He spent weeks strategizing, organizing and educating Birmingham's elementary and high school students in the philosophy and techniques of nonviolence. Bevel then directed the students, 50 at a time, to march out of Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church and walk to Birmingham's City Hall to talk to Birmingham Mayor Art Hanes about segregation in the city. Almost 1,000 of them were arrested the first day. When they continued marching out of the church the following day, City Commissioner of Public Safety Eugene "Bull" Connor ordered that German Shepherd dogs and high-pressure fire hoses be used on the children. This action culminated in international public outrage over the cities use of force to stop nonviolent children from marching to Birmingham's City Hall.

Comment by Clifford Black on January 20, 2014 at 12:14pm

@Kim---start here, and we will evolve the new space.


Comment by Clifford Black on September 28, 2013 at 7:47pm

I am not sure as to how we arrived at this thread, but I am happy it is still here.  Those of you who are doing this work, have made this part of my existence worth doing.  Thank You!


Comment by Adisa on August 25, 2012 at 11:58am

JOKE:  1660s, joque, "a jest, something done to excite laughter," from L. iocus "joke, sport, pastime," from PIE root *yek- "to speak" (cf. Bret. iez "language," O.H.G. jehan "to say," Ger. Beichte "confession"). Originally a colloquial or slang word. Meaning "something not to be taken seriously" is 1791. Practical joke "trick played on someone for the sake of a laugh at his expense" is from 1804


Comment by Clifford Black on December 16, 2011 at 5:56pm

@Adisa---do you not find it strange that in the 60's there should be need to redress laws that were already in effect in the 1800s. Maybe we are witness to a bad JOKE.


Comment by Clifford Black on November 26, 2011 at 11:27am

The statement that U have just made now admits you to the first grade and entry class in hope that you will graduate to a better understanding of this very important issue regarding EVOLUTION!!!!!


Comment by Adisa on November 25, 2011 at 10:19pm

Dr. B, it is strange that there has been no interest. I decided to do a little re-search in the 1935 Columbia Encyclopedia. Civil Rights the rights by which a state's inhabitants enjoy under its consitution and laws, and in which they are protected by the courts. It is also distinguished from "natural rights" which are based upon a supposed natural law instead of upon civil laws. In American history the Civil Rights Acts refer to legislation passed in 1866, 1870, and 1875 with the object of granting to the Negro civil rights equivalent to those enjoyed by whites.
Sounds as if natural rights supercede civil rights! Why was the civil rights movement linked to the 1960s when the acts were passed in the late 1800s? Mighty "godly" of people to GRANT rights EQUAL to those enjoyed by whites.

Comment by Clifford Black on November 24, 2011 at 12:02am

@Adisa & Ali, do you not find it strange that there have been no interest in this information about civil rights.


Comment by Adisa on August 4, 2011 at 10:48am
Dr. B, please do not delete threads due to lack of response.  I'm new to the red pill and although I am soaking up as much information as I can, there is not enough time in the day.  With all the other information I need to verify, this thread has lead me to many other important pieces of the puzzle.  
Comment by Lumumba Ali on January 3, 2011 at 12:47pm

Hummm, civil rights is another one of these paradigms where the WE speaks for the ME. I never thought of it as evil because I was taught that this was a very good thing for us and we would still be without anything worth something if Civil Rights and integration had happened...not my thinking nowadays.

Like this passage says if a group of individuals can give you rights they can take them back, but not only that…they can construct and strategically lay those rights out so that they lead you straight to suffering, miseducation, and poverty ...this is an example of the farmer in this writing planting seeds….but these are the seeds of weeds in your garden to choke out all the good fruit and vegetables you need to be successful...aka Tulsa's Wall Street, community businesses, community banks and successful farming...etc

Give us affirmative action???? Lets define…-affirmative (adj.)

"answering 'yes,'" mid-15c., from use in logic; from M.Fr. affirmatif (13c.), from L. affirmativus, from affirmat-, pp. stem of affirmare (see affirm). As a noun from early 15c. Affirmative action "positive or corrective effort by employers to prevent discrimination in hiring or promotion" is attested from 1935 with regard to labor unions; specific racial sense is from 1961; now often used more generally in reference to hiring quotas, etc.

Take a look at the last definition, to meet a quota, reminds me of the townsmen going to complain to Frank James about Jesse James...give them somebody to complain and talk to and that'll make them think we care...BS, we have to have something setup so when they start trying to progress to much we can put up the glass ceiling and make him think we are fighting for him to succeed.

This once crippled me because if I was to be successful I had to fall in their graph of success not my own, go to school to get a job at a successful company, go vote because that’s how we change things (sorry if i stepped on toes), Ohhh now I'm able to go learn, I can also say what’s on my mind as long as I don’t offend folks...this to me is the example of someone giving you something that you always was able to do but constructing it so that it works for the benefit of another...more to come.


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