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Re: “In Summerville, Muhiyidin D'Baha's work lives on in a free youth academy

This sounds like it is a blessing that this is happening in our community, and it will help protect our local children from a world where they are currently constantly bombarded by an onslaught of algorithmic demographically targeted propoganda media they call FACEBOOK/Youtube/ http://worldstarhiphop.com these days.

All of this is paid for and controlled by companies paying the highest bidder for the search placement (who care more about raising future customers than helping to raise educated men an women.) They will go to any lengths to captivate the children with dances, violence, music, clothing lines, sex, drug use ect... (even if it means educating a growing individual towards the path of self destruction)

This academy sounds like a solution to me, and this is what our cultures have done since the beginning of time to hold their sense of community and tradition in an ever changing world. This is a wonderful idea, and this is the way to teach future generations about the new tricks from the evil one that is out to destroy them with ad placement (all done very sterile with robots and algorithms).

I also liked how this article focused on what D'baha's mission was actually trying to do (focusing on his passion and not just the political stunt he did at that rally about the flag he became infamous for). That scared people, because it was seen as encouraging violence and hooliganism during peacefull protests. It probably did scare those people holding the flag half to death as well. Personally I was not a fan of that moment in his career because his action was done with physical force.

This is the truth for a change. He didn't spend his time intimidating/menacing people who saw the confederate flag as heritage. He spent his time being an activist in his community to try to protect these kids from the same PROPOGANDA BOMBARDMENT he faced..

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Posted by zee on July 20, 2018 at 12:38 PM

Re: “A reflection on humanity away from social media

Good story! I liked it so much I had to force myself to wait to comment on it for two days. I like how you turned your experiences into this testimony on the universality of humanity! I agree (and it may even surprise you) on how the people here are some of the nicest and most caring people you will ever meet in the world.

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Posted by zee on July 20, 2018 at 10:41 AM

Re: “A Note on Suicide

Very important article everyone should read.
RIP Nathan Sally and everyone else we lost recently to suicide locally and abroad. I still have regrets, and I wish that I could go back in time and change the past. I had no idea, and now it is too late.


Alot of people think that killing yourself is a selfish act aimed at hurting everyone you love (which is what it does), but this helps me understand that Nathan had alot of pain and inner demons he was fighting with and wasn't trying to hurt his loved ones. I think he was just really drunk.

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Posted by zee on July 20, 2018 at 10:24 AM

Re: “Renderings revealed for Emanuel Nine memorial by designer of Sept. 11 memorial

The white color of this "sail colored" escalator to nowhere memorial wall design just so happens to be the SAME COLOR AS THE CHURCH ITSELF thereby equating the church to the "white wall of sails+slavery" they are building right outside.

This WHITE coloration being the same intentionally to portray that the escalator to nowhere walls they are building are synonymous to the church itself ( this is done by the designer choosing the same color). I find this design INSIDIOUS and I vote two thumbs down. Could this church be so blind as to build a memorial that equates the AME church to the establishment of "white supression"?

That is just how I see this design. It looks like an escalator to no new heights. It is almost satanic when looked at from that angle.

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Posted by zee on July 16, 2018 at 3:26 PM

Re: “Renderings revealed for Emanuel Nine memorial by designer of Sept. 11 memorial

The picture kind of reminds me of an escalator (one that doesn't go to new hieghts like at an airport) from the picture.

Then it looks like this escalator (going to no new heights) becomes a white wall you can rest comfortably inside to block out the noise from the streets...

It kind of feels alien to what actually happened here *when a LONE NUT who watched too much brainwashing news media went crazy and murdered all of those good people, because he was mad over kim kardashian.

Is that curved stone at the middle spot of the memorial a place to put giant hardboiled eggs they are about to eat representing our children?

Is there another company out there that builds monuments? or do these 9/11 commemoration architects like Arad have a monopoly in this market? He sure is a world famous name brand now though he profited so much from 9/11 tragedies?

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Posted by zee on July 16, 2018 at 3:06 PM

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