UICI Education & Training
New Age Capitalism 101 & UICI
New Age Corporations 101 & UICI
Words & Language - The Key To UICI's Success
Organizing UICI's Corporate Structures In The Black Community
Understanding UICI, The Legacy of Slavery & Jim Crow
The Importance Of UICI's Educational Process
Understanding 26 USC 83(b) & UICI's Founder's Stock
Understanding 26 U.S. Code 248 & UICI's Deductible Preincorporation Expenditures
Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Program FAQ
Understanding Contract Law & Breach of Contract
Forum Information - New Age Capitalism, Corporations & Thinking
Otis C. Harrison's - The Story Of Words
Stopping Corporate Defamation Before It Gets Started
UICI's Untold Connection & History
UICI Invitation Only
UICI Compliance, Operation & Governance
UICI Minutes Past & Present
UICI Resolutions Past & Present
New Age Thinking, New Age Capitalism & New Age Corporations
UICI Owner

New Age

Capitalism™ 101 & UICI™



The Opportunity African American Women Have Been Waiting For
New Age Capitalism & New Age Corporations
Now You Can Lead The Way To The Future
It is important for the UICI™ (hereafter called Unity) family, field cordinators, general partners, board members and shareholders/owners, to completely understand the philosophy upon which Unity and all other corporations that come after Unity is built. Perhaps this is better stated as "Guiding Philosophy". {Click here for Roberts Rule of Order}{Click here for ACDNAC}
New Age Capitalism™ is an asset acquisition philosophy and strategy based on Otis Harrison’s concept of "many paying a little" to capitalize, fund or provide money for a corporate entity that they collectively own. The term, New Age Capitalism™ was created by George Sistrunk on May 13, 2015 to describe Otis Harrion's concept. In a discussion with Otis Harrison, it was agreed,  New Age Capitalism™ was the new description.
Therefore, on May 13, 2015, many paying a little became New Age Capitalism™. The many paying a little concept came into existence because of the failure of government policies, as it relates to people of color living in America. There is too much apathy within the Black community; as it relates to self development and personal growth. In addition, there is rampant; as well as, deeply entrenched ignorance. {Click here for the "Historical Failure of Black Leadership"}
Especially, when it comes to the limitations and the devastating impact of government sponsored programs on Black people. {Click here to review the definition of perception @ #2} A new concept was needed because of the absence of the psychological and intellectual importance of community directed economic development. These maladies; that currently exist on a massive scale within African American communities and within our institutional structures, are self-defeating, self-limiting, debilitating and unproductive. {Click here to read "The Most Successful People Never Stop Learning & Educating Themselves}
New Age Capitalism™ can propel the African American community forward by putting an economic engine in place that can effectively compete around the world and enable millions of African Americans to participate in 100 or more New Age Corporations™ that they collectively own and manage, so thousands; if not millions, of African Americans can experience the economic empowerment that comes with them. Again... we cannot ignore the facts...Black America spent over 500 Billion dollars in 2014 on depreciating consumer products and non income producing assets. The term New Age Corporation™ was also created by George Sistrunk on May 13, 2015, to describe how Otis Harrison's concept with some extensive modifications, additions and inclusions can change the history of Black people living in America that never owned a major corporation and until many paying a little came along, were effectively locked out of corporate ownership since 1933. {Click here for United States Codes} {Click here W.E.B. Dubois' "A Negro Nation Within A Nation"}

What’s Happening in Africa - 02-26-2016?


In order to completely understand the importance of New Age Thinking, New Age Capitalism and New Age Corporations, we need only to to turn our attention to Africa. After being freed from colonial rule, foreign businesses are still exploiting Black people. After 1600 years of foreign domination, Africans still have not learned how to organize or empower themselves and manage their own countries. {Click here to read "From Breadbasket to Basket Case"} & {Africa - "Still a Basket Case"}

  • 48 million children in the workforce in Sub-Saharan Africa; 13.4 million in North Africa and the Middle East
  • 41% of children on the continent work — highest in the world
  • 30% of African children between 10 and 14 are agricultural workers
  • Estimated 400,000 child workers in Rwanda, 120,000 in the ‘worst forms of child labour’
  • 40% of child prostitutes in Rwanda had lost both of their parents, 94% lived in extreme poverty and 41% had never been to school
  • 4,600 children are estimated to be working in small-scale mining in Tanzania
  • 1.9 million children aged 5 – 17 in Kenya are working. 3.2% of those have gone to secondary school
  • 5 million children estimated to work in Zimbabwe
  • In West Africa, 35,000 children are involved in sexual exploitation 
The Socialist Workers Party and their fellow travelers have a very simple explanation for the backwardness of Africa, they call it Imperialism. For decades, centuries, the wicked imperialist (white) nations “sucked” the wealth out of Africa, and they still are with the help of African leaders looking out for themselves. Remember, many whites were kicked out of Africa and the wealth left to Africans. {Click to read "Blacks on 50 years of economic futility" - 3/2/16} {Click here to read "Fifty years after March on Washington, economic gap between blacks, whites persists" - 3/3/16}

At the height of the Rwandan genocide, the Socialist Workers Party’s weekly newspaper Socialist Worker stated: “The roots of Rwanda’s civil war lie in the divisions caused by decades of colonial rule by Western powers and the deep poverty that the capitalist world system has brought to Africa.” It concluded with “The only lasting way out is for Rwandans of all ethnic backgrounds to unite against the foreign troops and the rich”. However the party conveniently overlooked the fact that at that very moment, Rwandans were hacking each other to death with machettes while the wicked, Imperialist foreign troops were doing their best to end the horror and restore order. [Excerpted from ww.digitaljournal.com/article/310519 – 02/26/2016]

Definition of Stupid - Slow of mind, given to unintelligent decisions or acts,  acting in an unintelligent or careless manner, lacking intelligence or reason, dulled in feeling or sensation, slow to learn or understand; obtuse, tending to make poor decisions or careless mistakes, marked by or resulting from unreasoned thinking or acting, lacking interest or point, marked by a lack of intelligence or care; foolish or careless. A stupid person doesn’t have much intelligence or imagination, and they go through life making decisions that seem to lack all common sense. If you’ve got a brain but you don’t use it, you might be a bit stupid.
Done By: George M. Sistrunk - 803-347-6638


Images from Google's public source - 8/2015
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