This is a response to the forum question: If a large number of so-called Black People are under and uneducated how then can it be explained how some of these folk can become the top professionals and the leaders of so-called blacks in the United States of America?

Looking Back
At those who said
“That nigga’s crazy”

In high school, on a cold December day, an argument begins because I made a statement that went like this “Alexander Pushkin, was a negro”
The name Pushkin had come up in an English literature class, but the textbook had not mentioned anything about Pushkin being a person of colour. In the 1960’s if nothing was said about the complexion of a person, that is mentioned in a historical article, then it was assumed (and still is) that the person that is being written or talked about is a so-called white person. I remember the words, “nigga, there ain't no such thang as a colored Russian”.
That same attitude, more or less, is still around today. I have mentioned this fact about Pushkin in lectures and seminars and I have had to suffer so-called educated Black people walking out in a huff muttering “that nigga’s just making that shit up”.

I am talking about teachers and superintendents of school districts. I’m talking about college professors and heads of the departments of black studies programs. I am definitely talking about civil righters and the decendents of slaves. I am talking about those who have been mis-educated so that they can be counted on to under-educate those folk that must be controlled in order for the construct to continue the status quo of as IT IS. And, as it is, SO, it is supposed TO BE.

Before you continue reading this blog-note please look in the wickapedia library and read the page about Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin.

Now that the so-called white man’s technology is publishing the information, so-called Black People, not only, will not argue the fact, but will behave like they already were aware of this knowledge. I can remember how I would try to introduce to my peers the information about Pushkin’s great grandfather who was a ward of Peter the Great, a Russian Czar. Look this up also when you find Pushkin on wickapedia. The ancestor of Pushkin was Alexander Hannibal or at least that is how I had learned the name as a child in the 1950’s. As age and time passed and upon more study I would later learn that his name was also translated as Alexander Gannibal. The Russian General and architect, A. Hannibal (Gannibal), builder of bridges was considered to be one of the great Noblemen of the Russian Empire. This person was the great grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, the father of Russian Literature. And now since wickapedia is posting this information I guess I can get the last laugh.
If you are interested in learning more about these attitudes of powerless so-called Blacks,
Leave a comment and I will try to tell some of the stories about living among the under and mis-educated, as they were being groomed for their present jobs at CNN and as black teachers and spokes-persons.
Cliff Black
Copyright 2009

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Comment by Clifford Black on November 28, 2016 at 12:52pm

And it really gets interesting when 'Life imitates Art'.


Comment by Bryan Van Randall on November 28, 2016 at 11:39am

This post is very interesting.  The amount of anger the so-called scholars convey.  When all they have to do is ask more questions or do the research for themsleves to see if what is being presented is true or false.  

One of the most compelling scenes from the film "The Matrix" is when the backstabbing character begs the agents to put him back into the Matrix.  He could not deal with the reality.  Reality was too overwhelming and scary for him.  He wanted to go back to is veiled existence. So much so that he was willing to sell out his fellow man to make a deal with the machines.  Art imitating life I guess.

Comment by Clifford Black on November 2, 2015 at 8:17pm

For those who may be seeking!


Comment by Clifford Black on November 21, 2014 at 12:54pm

Maybe this thread will get a visit for the holiday season!


Comment by Clifford Black on November 19, 2013 at 12:25pm

The introduction of this thread to the new neo's is a very interesting moment.  Hope you make it down and through the hole intact.


Comment by Clifford Black on July 6, 2012 at 7:45am

Do not worry, you have entered the rabbit hole, relax.


Comment by Tereka M on July 5, 2012 at 9:46pm

I'm new to the notion of actually studying and learning for myself.  It's taken me 35 years to get to this place.  And every time I peek out of this "box" I've been in, there is a whole lot of things that I'm finding that need a second look.  Or even things I've never paid attention to but I've built a lifetime of beliefs and ideals around.  Phew!!  This thing is big!  I get a little lost in where to begin sometimes.  I feel stuck.  I don't know where to begin!

Comment by Charles Cartwright (Neo) on June 28, 2012 at 4:45pm

Namaska, Dr. Black once again another missing piece of the puzzle to study and learn.

Comment by Clifford Black on June 28, 2012 at 12:26pm

It makes my day for me to see that this moment in life can be of help to someone, whereas evolution is an important component relative to existence.

Comment by Adisa on June 27, 2012 at 10:08pm

I was about to call it a night after reading this post.  I checked the wiki page and skimmed through it and decided to check the 1935 Columbia Encyclopedia as was glad that I decided to look to see what the finger was pointed at.

Aleksandr Sergeyevich Pushkin 1799-1837, Russia's greatest poet, whose importance as a prose writer is overshadowed only by his verse.  he was born in Moscow, of a famil of ancient lineage; Peter the Great's Negro, Hannibal, was his great grandfather on the maternal side.

I recall hearing of Pushkin growing up, but the only thing I was told about him was that he was Russian.  Nothing more about his lineage or anything else was shared or even hinted.  Was this done purposely?  Nevermore posted the question, "How do the un and under educated rise to the top?"  Are they really at the top, or is it just their perception of being on top?  I have had discussions with those who may perceive "WE" have made it and I get disgusted by some of the comments when I suggest there is more to be gained.  There are several layers and the perceived top of one layer could very well be the floor for someone else to stand.

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