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Health Care—a “Sick Care” Industry

By Tingba Muhammad It should be no surprise that the industry that comprises one-fifth of the American economy generates much of its record-breaking profits through Black sickness and ill health. Blacks spend more per capita on health care, and are sicker than any other people, at a significantly higher rate. The business of treating the many diseases, conditions, and syndromes, Continue Reading...
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Setting the record straight on the Malcolm X Assassination #BettyandCoretta

By Demetric Muhammad -Guest Columnist- Farrakhan is Innocent, the FBI is Guilty “Only one movement [The Black Muslims], though looked upon by disfavor by the major black civil rights groups, remains consequential—strong, cohesive, influential….”  —Philip E. Hoffman, American Jewish Committee, 1972 *** “For years the Bureau has operated a counterintelligence program against the NOI and [Elijah] Muhammad…despite these efforts, he continues Continue Reading...
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Presidents & High-Ranking Politicians on SECRET GOVERNMENT

[These statements have been confirmed except in two cases where noted. This does not mean the statements are false, just that the sources are deemed unreliable.] The Honorable Minister LOUIS FARRAKHAN speaks on “The Shadow Government“ From an article By Ross Pittman posted at ConsciousLifeNews.com, “Warnings from Former Presidents About Who Really Runs the Show: Verified Warnings From Former U.S. Presidents Continue Reading...
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Blacks Should Take Donald Sterling’s Advice

by Tingba Muhammad NBA team owner Donald Tokowitz Sterling has gotten Black people very upset. Even the first Black president sounded disgusted: “When ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don’t really have to do anything, you just let them talk. That’s what happened here,” the president said. President Obama also said Sterling’s alleged comments are an example of how Continue Reading...
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Massa David Stern & the NBA Plantation

Tingba Muhammad Black sports commentator Bryant Gumbel has endured some curiously harsh criticism for his scathing analysis of how National Basketball Association (NBA) commissioner David Stern runs his business. Gumbel said that Stern seemed “hellbent” on “demeaning the players” and that he “has always seemed eager to be viewed as some kind of modern plantation overseer, treating NBA men as Continue Reading...
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Exploiting the Tragedy of Murder

The tragic murder last week of three Christians near Kansas City, Missouri, was rightly described by the Anti-Defamation League as a “cowardly, unspeakable and heinous act of violence.” The frequency of these senseless acts is the product of a society that has lost its way to the oneness of God. But when prominent Jewish institutions, Jewish organizations, and Jewish individuals Continue Reading...
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China Research on the Human Rights Record of the U.S.

China Research on the Human Rights Record of the United States  Facts and Figures: U.S. human rights situation BEIJING, April 10 (Xinhua) 2010 — China’s Information Office of the State Council, or cabinet, published a report titled “The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2010” here Sunday. Following is the full text: Human Rights Record of the United Continue Reading...
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Black Face, Jewish Pockets

By Ilia Rashad Muhammad -Guest Columnist- The recent production called The Black-Jew Dialogues has been touring the country claiming to spread “diversity” and “promote discussion” among Blacks and Jews, but it is no more than an updated version of blackface minstrelsy, a century-old mainstay of Jewish entertainment. According to its own literature, the two performers—one Jewish and one Black—“find humor in … Continue Reading...
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Wasteful Black Consumerism: Set in Motion by Slavery

Wasteful Black Consumerism: Set in Motion by Slavery Tingba Muhammad, NOI Research Group One of the most profitable revenue streams of white wealth is the Black behavior of unrestrained consumerism. When Blacks expend their entire paychecks on goods and services of white businesses they are seen as fulfilling their proper role in the American economy. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan Continue Reading...
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