Let's be clear about this so that you and everyone you know can stop wasting valuable time and financial resources. As a reader
of this publication, you will have access to the information written on its pages that will require you to take action; either
introspectively, intelligently by researching the true state of Black America and the future of our children, or by learning
more about the real power in America --- corporations. Even the state and town
you live in, work in and will eventually die in... is a corporate entity in some fashion or form.
Your Church, Synagogue/Synagog, Mosque or Temple is also a corporate entity if it is located in America and you are
a member of it. 99% of them are 501(c)(3). America's current government and every major organized entity your mind
can think of that exist in America; that has power or influence; whether specifically indentified and stated or not, is a
corporate entity; either for profit, nonprofit or humanitarian.
Black’s Law Dictionary, (7th
ed, pg 341) defines a corporation in pertinent
parts as; “[A]n entity (usu. business) having authority under law to act as a single person distinct from the shareholders
who own it and having rights to issue stock and exist indefinitely; a group or succession of persons established in accordance
with legal rules into a legal or juristic person that has a legal personality distinct from the natural persons who make it
up, exists indefinitely apart from them, and has legal powers that its constitution gives it.”
“[T]he most common type of tax-exempt nonprofit organization falls under category 501(c)(3), whereby
a nonprofit organization is exempt from federal income tax if its activities have the following purposes: charitable, religious,
educational, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering amateur sports competition, or preventing cruelty
to children or animals.”
Corporations exist in law. Therefore, you must view them in law, understand them in law and use law to own, manage
or operate one; either individually or collectively as an organized group. The bottom line is: A corporation is
a... legal person...or entity whether you know it or not or believe it or not.... and the collective you can create
one or participate in one. Those that understand this, have organized themselves in order to collectively earn millions, billions
and trillions of dollars. This income and its influence is then used to protect them, their families and assets; as well as,
direct legislation at all levels of government that will also benefit and protect corporate owners – the shareholders.
When the corporation is big enough and control billions or trillions in assets or have billions in cash on hand - like African
America's upcoming New Age Corporations™, they are considered – “TOO BIG TO FAIL”.
Therefore, the writer of this publication challenges the reader to find anyone from any-where on earth...and/or...from
anywhere in the known..or unknown universe.. and/or... from any dimension that might exist, (that modern science has no way
of proving does not exist), to present a better economic development strategy, system, concept or program or...for this discussion...
any economic development strategy, system, program or concept that can compete with New Age Capitalism™
as an economic development engine for African America in the here and now where our position and condition are getting worse.
“[T]he Black Family Is Worst Off Today Than In The 1960’s, Report Shows.” This is
according to an online post by yourblackworld.net on July 4, 2015, The post states, “[a] report released by the
Urban Institute, stated the African-American family is worse today than it was in the 1960’s. “In 1950, 17 percent
of African-American children lived in a home with their mother but not their father. By 2010 that had increased to 50 percent.
In 1965, only eight percent of childbirths in the Black community occurred out-of-wedlock. In 2010 that figure was 41 percent;
and today, the out-of-wedlock childbirth in the Black community sits at an astonishing 72 percent. The number of African-American
women married and living with their spouse was recorded as 53 percent in 1950. By 2010, it had dropped to 25 percent.”
“[T]he original report titled “The Negro Family: The Case for National Action,” was released
in 1965 by the late New York Sen. Daniel Moynihan. Moynihan, who was the assistant labor secretary at the time of the report’s
release, laid out a series of statistics on the African-American family. Moynihan, in his report’s conclusion declared,
“at the heart of the deterioration of the fabric of Negro society is the deterioration of the Negro family. It is
the fundamental source of the weakness of the Negro community at the present time.” Sadly, the outlook of the African-American
family is more bleak than when Moynihan wrote his conclusion.”
Source: 7/4/2015 -
We must focus
on the here and now. As far as religious philosophy goes...If you are a Black American Christian, you do not need money or
assets in Heaven. According to Wikipedia:
“[H]eaven , the heavens or seven heavens, is a common religious, cosmological, or transcendent place where heavenly
beings such as gods, angels, jinn, saints, or venerated ancestors are said to originate, be enthroned, or live. It is commonly
believed that heavenly beings can descend to earth or incarnate and that earthly beings can ascend to Heaven in the afterlife
or in exceptional cases, enter Heaven alive. Heaven is often described as a "higher place", the holiest place, a Paradise,
in contrast to Hell or the Underworld or the "low places", and universally or conditionally accessible by earthly beings according
to various standards of divinity, goodness, piety, faith, or other virtues or right beliefs or simply the will of God. Some
believe in the possibility of a Heaven on Earth in a World to Come.” Source:
7/4/2015 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heaven.
is spiritual. Here and now is actual. If you are a Black American Muslim male, your heaven may have 72 virgins.
Returning to Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia;
“[I]n Islamic mythology, the houris or ḥūr
(plural of ḥaurāʾ, "gazelle-eyed (woman)") or ḥūrīya (Arabic: حورية)
are commonly translated as "(splendid) companions of equal age (well-matched)", "lovely eyed", of "modest gaze", "pure beings"
or "companions pure" of paradise, denoting humans and jinn who enter Jannah (paradise) after being recreated anew in the hereafter.
Among non-Muslims, the concept of the houri received wide publicity as "virgins" (most usually 72 in number for each shahid)
promised as a reward to Muslim shahids (martyrs), after their death. However, contrary to such reports, the Quran states that
all believers (not just martyrs, and nowhere either is it said it's just men) who go to Heaven shall be granted the company
of more than one houris—explicitly mentioned in the plural, and the number 72 comes from a hadith with a weak chain
of narrators (i.e. less than totally reliable), and not the Quran.”
Source: 7/4/2015 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houri#72_virgins
If you are an
African American practicing Buddhism, you probably will not need any money when you reach the state of Nirvana.
Again at Wikipedia the free online encyclopedia, an article states the following in pertinent parts;
“[N]irvana is most commonly associated with Buddhism. In the Buddhist context nirvana refers
to the imperturbable stillness of mind after the fires of desire, aversion, and delusion have been finally extinguished. In
Hindu philosophy, it is the union with Brahman, the divine ground of existence,and the experience of blissful egolessness.
In Indian religions, the attainment of nirvana is moksha, liberation from samsara, the repeating cycle
of birth, life and death.”
Source: 7/4/2015 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nirvana
Far to many are
focused on the hereafter. If you are a Black American that is a faithful Mormon, there is probably no need for money on the
planet Kolob. Wikipedia,
the free online encyclopedia states the following in pertinent parts about Kolob;
“[K]olob is a star or planet described in Mormon scripture. Reference to Kolob is found in the Book of Abraham, a work that
is traditionally held by adherents of the Mormon faith as having been translated from an Egyptian papyrus scroll by Joseph
Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. According to this work, Kolob is the heavenly body nearest to the throne
of God. While the Book of Abraham refers to Kolob as a "star", it also refers to planets as "stars", and there-fore, some
Mormon commentators consider Kolob to be a planet. The idea also appears in Mormon culture, including a reference to Kolob
in an LDS hymn.”
Source: 7/4/2015 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolob
If you are an
African American in the Norse tradition, you won’t need money or assets in Valhalla. Wikipedia, states
in an article (the free online encyclopedia) the following in pertinent parts about Valhalla;
“[I]n Norse mythology, Valhalla (from Old Norse Valhöll "hall of the slain") is a majestic, enormous hall located in Asgard,
ruled over by the god Odin. Chosen by Odin, half of those who die in combat travel to Valhalla upon death, led by valkyries,
while the other half go to the goddess Freyja's field Fólkvangr. In Valhalla, the dead join the masses of those who have died
in combat known as Einherjar, as well as various legendary Germanic heroes and kings, as they prepare to aid Odin during the
events of Ragnarök.” Source: 7/4/2015 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valhalla
In fact, if you
believe in any other final resting place after your physical life on earth is over, you will not need money and/or assets.
However, your children will....and their children, if you have any children that survive you....or have friends or relatives
with children. Over the years, since the Civil Rights Movement, the plight of Black America has gotten worst. If it is still
online by the time this publication reaches you, an article by Jonathan Zhao, entitled; The plight of black America
that was posted on May 27, 2015, could have been found. Excerpts from the article are written on the next page for your review.
“[T]he greatest obstacle to the advancement of black Americans isn’t racism or past injustices
but rather the black community itself. Instead of paving a road to prosperity, the self-defeating economic policies advocated
for by the black community are shackles of poverty and disillusionment, miring blacks in a cycle of underachievement and social
immobility. In addition to failed economic policies, there are also cultural issues within the black community such as the
erosion of marriage that must be internally overcome. Because the economic and cultural problems are casually interrelated,
they must be addressed simultaneously if any real progress for black Americans is to be achieved.”
“[W]hile well intentioned, the economic policies enacted to aid blacks in attaining success almost
invariably serve to do the opposite. For example, President Johnson’s war on poverty with its slew of social welfare
programs has not only failed to eliminate poverty but has exacerbated it to the detriment of blacks. The objective of the
war on poverty, to end government dependency, remains unmet more than 50 years later and after having spent more than 22 trillion
dollars. In fact, the official poverty rate in 2012 was higher than it was in 1966, and the black-white poverty gap has widened
over the past decade despite the bevy of redistributive welfare schemes. It’s hardly surprising that paying people welfare
subsidies to not work and punishing them for working with taxation results in a portion of the population voluntarily choosing
to be unemployed. That’s not to imply that these people who choose a lifestyle of living off welfare are lazy or inept;
they are actually making a rational decision given the costs and benefits of the welfare and work tradeoff. As is often the
case with do-gooder legislation, welfare distorts incentives and produces perverse results. Black Americans should come to
the realization that welfare is an anchor weighing them down and that true economic independence as envisioned by President
Kennedy and Johnson, the originators of the war on poverty, can only be achieved by severing dependency on government welfare.”
Source: 7/4/2015 -
is filled with truths the Black community does not like to hear and issues the Black community ignores or does not confront
and/or address in an intelligent manner. The plight of America’s Black Youth is another nasty truth that is ignored
by the Black community. If Liberal White America ignores it, Black America ignores it as evidenced by the following excepts.