Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Returning to Faithfulness

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Returning to Faithfulness." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 30 Apr 2019. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.
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Monday, April 29, 2019

Saving the Ole Swamp

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Saving the Ole Swamp." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 30 Apr 2019. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.
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Sunday, April 28, 2019

DECODED: The 'Victimhood' Talking Point

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Recognizing a Nation

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Harry Triple O - ‏Team #MAGA wrote: "We MUST find a way to keep Blacks (Especially the women), Gays and feminist from voting against Donald Trump in the presidential election. Someone that will also support our anti immigration narrative." 

"I have the PERFECT person:#ADOS #ADOSisMAGA"

Muhammad Rasheed - #ADOS #ADOSisBlackEmpowerment #ADOSisBlackUNITY

Harry Triple O - Yeah, #ADOS is really unifying our people.

Muhammad Rasheed - lol You'll come around. The movement is potent, but still new. It's just a matter of awareness and education.

Harry Triple O - Nah, after the presidential election is over YOU will be the one that comes around. Once you realize that HASHTAG #ADOS  is just a bunch of political BULLSHIT!

Muhammad Rasheed - Considering I'm operating out of truth versus you operating out of triggered propaganda, we'll just see which of us is right. I disagree with your position of wanting another 150 yrs that looks like what we just went through.

I prefer the fight and the freedoms it will bear.

Harry Triple O - If all you want is #Reparations RESEARCH on WHY you SHOULD get reparations.

Muhammad Rasheed - By its nature the payout of Reparations comes with the dismantling of anti-Black systemic racism. It's "all I want" along with all that the formal payout implies and acknowledges. It will set an expensive precedent and represent the beginning of the end of white supremacy.

Harry Triple O - ..and Nah bruh... I don't operate off of propaganda. They brought this BULLSHIT to MY city #Louisville, #Kentucky and I did THOROUGH RESEARCH. I KNOW what's going down. I think for MYSELF. Don't even insult me like that bruh.

Muhammad Rasheed - Meanwhile, you are only being triggered by propaganda. Let me guess: you are a 1st or 2nd generation Black immigrant? That's why you are triggered, isn't it? So far you haven't revealed any research to back why you are so triggered.

Harry Triple O - Meanwhile you're BLOCKED... I have no more time for HASHTAG bandwagoners.

Quest Art Jordan - Nah I'm not here for ADOS as an actual name for a nation. I'd prefer New Afrikan. Or something that doesn't forever mark us as descending from property. Also the name doesn't suggest that an end goal is to better integrate into AmeriKKKan society. I'd rather liberation. What are your thoughts?

Muhammad Rasheed - Quest wrote: “Nah I'm not here for ADOS as an actual name for a nation.”

American Descendants of Slavery” 100% describes the collective tribes of our specific ethnic group that form our specific Black Nation.

Quest wrote: “I'd prefer New Afrikan.”

Why? We built America and it’s where everything we know, love, hate, etc. lays. The Americas are our heritage. Right now the Africans are perfectly happy giving the continent (and their Black flesh/labor) away to our traditional enemy/rivals including the Chinese. The African nations have their own heritages and cannot relate to our specific experiences under America's "peculiar" institutions.

Quest wrote: “Or something that doesn't forever mark us as descending from property.”

We can’t change the past, Quest. That happens to be our heritage. It wasn’t OUR fault and we have nothing to be ashamed of about it. But they can watch us rise from that to become masters of the earth. We can certainly control that part.

Quest wrote: “Also the name doesn't suggest that an end goal is to better integrate into AmeriKKKan society. I'd rather liberation.”

Integration definitely doesn’t come from definitively naming who you are as a Black Nation in a way that declares your lineage and heritage. This toxic integration comes from wishy-washy labels like “black” and “African” that don’t tell us exactly who we are, that other Black people can exploit because they do have national identities that enable them to play both sides of the fence. ADOS keeps that from happening and marks us as a people. ADOS is our liberation.

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Friday, April 26, 2019

Creating Evil

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Anonymous - Can we blame each other for racism and hate or is it a natural occurrence?

Muhammad Rasheed - Racism and the hate that it produces is 100% artificial, and was socially engineered in the early seventeenth century by the formal delegation of chattel slavery to the enslaved Black people. The creation of a permanent bondsman class based on targeting racial phenotype to economically enrich another group favored based on racial phenotype was the birth of racism as we know it today. The only 'natural' aspect of racism is the vile greed that fuels it.

The race-based hatreds the system produces come directly from the multi-generational indoctrination required to maintain the system.


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Thursday, April 25, 2019

The Shallow Deep

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Anonymous - If we became a color blind (race) society, would all racism stop?

Muhammad Rasheed - No. The concept of “I don’t even see race!” is a defense of the White Supremacist Ideology. It functions as an attempt to simultaneously pretend racism is all in everyone’s head as a holdover from primitive evolutionary stages and that the vast wealth the white racist aristocracy has amassed came from them just being naturally smart and superior. If the ‘color blind’ proponents have their way, white racists won’t be considered racists anymore they will just be normal, and Black people will be returned to chains for their own good, it’s just that none of it will be considered to have anything to do with “race.”

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Stall Tactics II

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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Disarming ADOS

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Anonymous - Are race relations and self-segregation in America getting worse?

Muhammad Rasheed - Race relations are the same as they have always been, with the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) striving to attain full socio-economic and political citizenship freedoms while the white racist aristocracy — jealously guarding the obscenely lucrative anti-Black systemic racism that fuels their Whitopia — resent the effort.

In truth, a deliberate and planned self-segregation would actually help ADOS progress towards their empowerment goals.

Fred McManson - When you refer to “American Descendants of Slavery”, are you including Irish and Native American slaves?

Muhammad Rasheed - No. Both of those groups have their own national identification labels that serve them as both lineage and heritage. ADOS describes the Black American ethnic group alone who don't have any other national lineage/heritage identifier otherwise. It wouldn’t make sense—outside of appropriating greed along with race-based hatreds and resentments—for Irish people to attempt to add themselves to the group when "Irish-American" serves them 100% perfectly in every way.

Fred McManson - Is “Black American” not an ethnic group now? I wasn’t aware.

Muhammad Rasheed - The “Black” part doesn’t include lineage or heritage, just skin color/race alone, enabling it to be confused with the equally ambiguous “African-American” so that other non-ADOS Black immigrants can exploit us with semantic political games. The ADOS designation solves the issue and anchors us to the nation of our birth along with a specific lineage/heritage as a specific people.
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Monday, April 22, 2019

The 3-Card Monte of Social Progress

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Anonymous - Will diversity make the U.S. progress in the future?

Muhammad Rasheed - No. The so-called “diversity effort” is just a scam to protect white supremacy. By siphoning off the 13% brightest from out of the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) communities to work in white-owned companies and institutions instead of using their talents to empower their own people, the failure of the ‘Assimilated Integrationist Token’ era reveals “diversity” protocols to be little more than the risk response plan of the white racist aristocracy to protect the obscenely lucrative anti-Black systemic racism.

Franklin Oliveira - But in the 50s and 60s black people insisted on being integrated and even progress towards this end when deemed insufficient was cause for race riots!

Muhammad Rasheed - In his memoirs, Dr. Thomas Sowell wrote that he remembered when the civil rights movement moved from the fight for “desegregation” and its Black Political agenda laundry list, to the mysterious catch-all of “Assimilated Integrationist Tokenism,” and he remembered thinking the change was strange indeed and not likely to work in the favor of Black people. He was right.

The verbiage and tone of your post is suspicious, Franklin.

Tom Deyoung - Just so I understand the post clearly, is the problem that African talent is going to white corporations?

Muhammad Rasheed - The problem is that the white racist aristocracy is guarding itself and protecting the streams of revenue that have always come from exploiting the American Descendants of Slaves and plundering their wealth. A huge part of that has been the deliberate sabotage of ADOS efforts of political self-empowerment, entrepreneurship, and economic inclusion into the mainstream. With no ADOS business districts of their own, now their middle class work force are re-directed into white-owned companies to build up the aristocracy and helping whites increase the wealth gap to their own people’s detriment.

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Sunday, April 21, 2019

Activism is True Patriotism

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Anonymous - Not including race, what minority group are you in?

Muhammad Rasheed - I’m an American Descendant of Slavery (ADOS). Other than race, ADOS describes both my lineage and my heritage.

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Saturday, April 20, 2019

The Most Precious Asset of All

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Comically Self-Serving Analysis

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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Violating Natural Rights for Country & Culture

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