There will never be brotherhood until men sees the mutual benefits between them



                             The strength of a nation lies not in the imagination of a few, but the ingenuity of the masses.


   The Flags On The Left...Built The Flag On The Right!   These great, smart, talented, Black men and Women, from the beginning of America, and the migration of mankind from Africa, invented things that enriched Caucasian males and modernized America and the world. No one can point to any business in America, pass and present, without pointing to the item, or items, invented by the genius of these inventors. No one can point to their riches, and comfort, without pointing to  the geniuses of these great Inventors that produced it. Isn't it time the cloak of lies that have hidden these geniuses for generation be thrown off? Isn't it time to stop their great products from being claimed and benefited from those who lied, debased and stole, for their personal gains? Isn't it time truth and facts be told about these great inventors and the thief of their products? Watching the news; wouldn't you think "Apple" invented the cell phone?


  Solution To The Confederate Statues Fight


I say don't remove any of the statures; Let them stand, although some can be moved to a different location; if desired.


   On a big plaque; in big bold letters; describe the person, their ideology, character, and what they stood for, or fought for. Example; on the George Washington Monument, tell about him owning Slaves, having slave mistresses, and going around the country sleeping with women. Tell the whole factual story and not some ginned up lie to make him look good. Tell he was the first president under the constitution, after the name changed from the Articles of Confederation to the Constitution. Do this with Jefferson, and every confederate stature around the country. Let the history stand; just make it truthful. Let the world see these characters as they really were.



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  If I was an island, I could stand alone. I'm not, so I will be realistic, I'll live like I depend on someone, maybe many; because I do.  


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