Racism is taught and it is child abuse


Carlotta Ferlito, don’t be mad with a better athlete than you, everyone has their gifts and I am sure you have yours.  Maybe you have to work a little harder instead of taking the easiest way out by being a poor loser and blaming the colour of a person’s skin for your loss.  How ridiculous. Blame your parents, your church, your society for injecting you with racist ideas that are unfounded. You did not expect a black girl to win  in a field that blacks were prohibited from competing in years ago. It shows when everyone is given a fair chance the cream of the crop always rises to the top but racist societies try to control nature by controlling access to equality of opportunity.  Today is a new day and many societies are trying to do the right thing, however, you must be open and willing to change or you will never be a champion. You have to be prepared to unlearn the lies you were taught about the black race and maybe you will achieve your dream of being number one. Your negative attitude is what may be keeping you back.

Good luck




‘Neighborhood Watchman’ Kills Unarmed 20-Year-Old Black Male

How many of young black men must be gunned down before something is done. This is getting to be too much to bear.  Unarmed young black men are gunned down at will. Why? The curse of America’s racism that is perpetuated over the generations. There can be no peace until equality  is achieve anywhere in the world. Everyone has waken up to their rights. Unfortunately some folks live in the past and expect white privilege to continue its merry way. Wake up for the sake of the future children of all races especially the white children. Do not fill their heads with the superiority nonsense that were fed to generations  before. Speak the truth and tell your children the truth that all people are c created equal.


We are one – Albert Einstein

A human being is part of a whole, called by us, Universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest…a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Albert Einstein

If you have chosen America to live because of its Freedoms Vote for Hilary Clinton – Your Freedom is in jeopardy

Donald Trump thinks because he is rich he has a right to rule, he thinks because he was handed over money  by his father and had a silver spoon in his mouth he has a right to rule. Donald Trump does not have a right to rule and does not understand politics.  many business moguls get their way by bullying, threatening and humiliation and that is the way Donald Trump is going to run America if he wins.  If you had gone through dictatorships or any kind, get out there behind Hilary Clinton and stop a tyrant from bringing down America. Poor white folks, this guy does not care about you, in fact he despises poor people as lazy and good for nothing.  There is no sympathy for the poor and disabled, you should be able to pull up on your bootstraps like he never did.

If Donald Trump Wins, better think of which country you would want tos ee refugee. There will be lots of refugees fleeing his reign of terror. It does not have to be like this, use your vote to change history in America, vote for a woman, a leader, a mother, someone with compassion, Vote for Hilary Clinton.  THERE IS NO CHOICE.  Here are some statements by some of America’s most reputable publications

Politico compared Donald Trump to Hugo Chavez and Augusto Pinochet. New York magazine noted a similarity between Trump and Kim Jong-Il and Joseph Stalin. Meg Whitman recently compared him to Benito Mussolini. And pretty much everyone who isn’t voting for him, including two former presidents of Mexico, has publicly or privately (or secretly to themselves) compared him to Hitler. Trump himself, although loath to accept these comparisons, seems to respect, if not like, Vladimir Putin, and it’s even been reported that for a time he kept a collection of Hitler’s speeches at his bedside table.

Boy, does this paint a picture. And what’s more, these aren’t facile comparisons. They actually reflect Trump’s persona, his values and his policies: his misogyny and his ridiculous “machismo,” an almost unabashed narcissism, his skill at blaming our problems on “the other,” whether they happen to be Mexicans, Muslims or immigrants in general, his relentless fear-mongering, and the fact that when he speaks or writes anything he is probably lying. Indeed, these are traits that would make Latin American despots, Communist dictators, eastern European strongmen and Nazis alike proud. And Trump embodies them all.