Exodus from Willie Lynch

Exodus from Willie Lynch

I started publishing the newsletters that I email.  The last installment was from the email sent out in March 2019.  It discussed Willie Lynch's letter regarding how to keep a people perpetually enslaved for at least 300 years through the Machiavellian strategy of divide and conquer.  Under the Hegelian dialectic, since the purpose of the divide and conquer is thesis and antithesis, then there must also be a synthesis.  The synthesis under Lynch's perpetual enslavement mind control is to make the slaves only love and trust their white masters.

Willie Lynch purportedly wrote his letter to the slaveholders in Jamestown, Virginia in 1712.  Three hundred years later is 2012.  Slavery supposedly ended in 1865, but that myth was debunked in https://www.bellevision2020.com/13thamendmentinvalidity.  For now, let's say that delaying reparations for 150+ years is definitely justice denied.  It shouldn't even be argued that reparations are no longer due because no one living in 1865 is still alive in 2019.  (See https://www.mysanantonio.com/opinion/commentary/article/Reparations-What-a-lovely-gift-to-the-Republican-13709952.php.)  That's precisely the point of justice delayed is justice denied!  You can't use latches or a self-serving statute of limitations as grounds for saying reparations are no longer due.  That's unjust enrichment and insult on top of injury!  Moreover, if slavery wasn't effectively outlawed on a federal level because the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the Constitution are invalid, then there are potentially 45 million descendants of enslaved Africans who are still slaves in America and entitled to reparations.  The flaws in the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments need to be repaired before these flaws are used against people of African descent.

Here it is, 400 years since slavery began in the British colony that became the United States, and African-Americans are still proving Willie Lynch right: We don't need chains on our hands, feet, and neck anymore.  We still have chains on our minds through Willie Lynch-mind control.  We're still waiting for a Great White Hope or Messiah or (Great White Hopes and Messiahs) to save us as opposed to trusting each other and saving ourselves (and them).  Will we wait another 400 years or exodus from the curse of Willie Lynch mind control?

What follows below is the April 2019 newsletter.

Reparations has been in the news a lot lately.  Finally!  There are so many forces of alphabet soup to thank for the energy and synergy being drawn to this issue: All of you with RLU, NCOBRA, NAARC, ADOS, Movement for Black Lives, UNIA, NCBL, etc.  From ancestors to elders to young adults to youth to the yet-to-be-born, this 400th anniversary of slavery in the British colony that became the United States is experiencing a groundswell.  We are a magnetism like gravity.  This is the good news.
Let's look at the bad news: RLU, an organization in NCOBRA's coalition, was going to do a Reparations Summit on June 17-19, 2019 as the pre-convention to NCOBRA's annual convention on June 20-23, 2019.  RLU invited most of the declared Presidential candidates in the Democratic and Republican Parties.  (Yes, that includes President Donald Trump.)  We informed the candidates that the Reparations Labor Union will be endorsing candidates next year based upon their position on reparations.  What was their response?  Only one sent regrets.  The others did not bother to respond.  Why?  They went to the National Action Network's convention in New York.  They are coming to the NAACP's benefit dinner and annual convention in Detroit.  Michigan will be a battleground state in 2020 because Donald Trump won Michigan by less than 11,000 votes in a challenged election.  So why are the Democratic presidential candidates who voice support for reparations dissing a reparations organization and its potential endorsement?
An answering is emerging: Because they want to go backwards in time with the cause of reparations.  From 1989-2016, Congressman John Conyers of Detroit introduced H.R. 40 as a reparations study bill.  It never got out of the House Judiciary Committee.  In 2016, the United Nations' Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent presented its own study that concluded the United States owes reparations to people of African Descent.  Accordingly, Congressman John Conyers amended H.R. 40 to no longer be a study bill, but instead be legislation to develop a strategy for implementing reparations.  John Conyers paid a hefty price for his political courage: Later in 2017, he was forced to retire from Congress.  So now, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee is the sponsor of H.R. 40.  Two days ago, Senator Cory Booker introduced the Senate version of a reparations vill.  On this 30th anniversary of the original H.R. 40, and the 400th anniversary of slavery, will America delay reparations another 30 or 400 years?  Isn't this the paralysis of analysis that ends up carrying the water of the racists who have long refused to pay blacks reparations but may be donating to certain black career politicians' campaigns?
The Reparations Labor Union is sophisticated enough to see that, in a field of candidates whose rhetoric allegedly supports reparations, their actions are not worthy of our endorsement.  (We take "no" for an answer, just not very well.)  Black voters are not sheep.  Neither do blacks want to waste this Jubilee window of time and wait another 400 years for reparations.  We want reparations NOW!  Consequently, if we must be the change that we want to see in the world, then we must run our own reparations candidate and financially support their campaigns.  I therefore announced that I am seeking the Democratic Party's nomination for President of the United States.  See https://www.bellevision2020.com/candidacy-announcement.  
What are some of the future consequences of my decision to run for President? 
  • First, it means that the usual Reparations Labor Union's Passover Dinner that celebrates blacks' freedom from slavery will not take place next Friday, April 19th, 2019, on the First Day of Passover.  I will still be observing Passover, but it will be a private dinner.
  • Secondly, it means that the Reparations Labor Union's Reparations Summit is canceled due to lack of interest from all the presidential candidates who had declared prior to March 26, 2019.  However, the Reparations Summit of the Anita Belle for President's campaign will take place instead on June 17-19, 2019 in Detroit.  Please register for this Reparations Summit at http://reparations-summit.eventbrite.com
  • It also means that, to avoid the appearance of any conflict of interest, I will be resigning from my position on the National Board of Directors for NCOBRA, the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America, effective immediately.  However, I will not leave the local Detroit Chapter of NCOBRA and the Reparations Labor Union yet, if only because we are still the host city for NCOBRA's annual convention.  (Please register for the NCOBRA convention, June 20-23, 2019, at www.ncobraonline.org.  In fact, plan on spending the week of Juneteenth in Detroit!)  I will give NCOBRA-Detroit and RLU time to transition to fill the coming voids in leadership.  This means that relatively healthy, very consistent, and very persistent women must arise and rise quickly!  (NCOBRA is a balance between feminine and masculine energies.  The Detroit Chapter of NCOBRA already has a male co-chair, Stan Bragg, but he is still recuperating from a double lung transplant.  I need to be replaced as the local female co-chair.)
 How can I run for President if money is speech and I have no money?  Some people claim I also don't have experience, but I have experience as President of the Reparations Labor Union and Melanin Tech.  What does this experience mean if these organizations have no money?  Which money are you referring to?  We have our own digital currency.  This digital currency will be used to pay for our own products.  Stay tuned for details.

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