LOOKING PAST FOOLS AND SHAME: 2008

(12-31-08)

Academic Freedom Academic Woes

Part 1: Economic Exploitation: The Contradictions of Education

Part 3: Black Agents of Control

Part 7: Preliminary Examinations of Mis-Education

 

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Part 3: Education

 

Editors Note: Man trains the mind. God trains the heart. The world’s knowledge may offer you bread and wine, however the Truth of God will provide all things and Peace and Paradise forever.

 

In the name of Almighty God, Master of the universe Ruler of all the earth

 

Greetings Brethren,

 

Peace be unto you. To the Church and believing Christians everywhere. To those that believe in the Bible as the supreme authority that governs all of humankind. In this we give thanks to God the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit that leads and guides us the straightway.

 

The tragic results of forced integration in the public schools eventually led to what those people at the FreedomJournal call mis-education. Meanwhile, the demand and interest in the historical record of those once held in bondage camps also produced a sham called Black or African-American Studies. Black Willie was born in Georgia and was kin to Africans; however he was Black like me. However, the African, although Black like me came from a land once known in antiquity as “The Land of The Blacks.”  They call this land mass in 2009 and last year and many years hence as Africa. Then came the man child from Africa to America and gained citizenship. The African became an African-American; the man child from Georgia was just Black like me.

 

The Panacea Of The School House

 

From time I can early remember, I was

told and taught that an education would

bring comfort to those poor, Po and Black

like me in Georgia, Tennessee and even

in Africa the land of the Blacks.

 

We had good teachers then because,

down south there were separate schools

and where I came from they were good

schools much better than the schools that

developed after the Busses came.

 

Then I believe as I reach back and look as

the Spirit would have me to look was a

time when Black teachers taught Black

youth principles, morals and values. Hip

Hop was not upon us nor were the many,

 

Vices that came with a world that made

the transition from Liberal to all things

immoral and ungodly. Well anyway, the

Busses came and the walls of segregation

and Jim Black Crow were allegedly torn down.

 

What did they make room for? White folk

fled to the suburbs and many private schools

became clandestine places for privileged

education. The poor and Po took over the

inner city schools and PoVerty was not,

 

Even a theory as the FreedomJournal was

in the formative stages as they went through

this fire to reflect now and send to the masses

what we have seen and heard. Eventually though

there was the need to further this education.

 

If you came out before the Busses came, did

you have a better chance? Well anyway I

saw the Black Awareness Movement and I

felt many of these things while serving in the

military.

 

Black pride rode in the gun and the hand

shake and the Black fist was clinched. Many

Black youth cried out on many college campuses

for the right to see and read the history of their

ancestors.

 

Recruitment came upon the Black and poor as

the Po were not in college. They sent many of

the poor corrupt pseudo intellectuals to stock the

departments that came about allegedly making

claims to Black Studies.

 

Mis-education as told by Carter G. Woodson went

to another level and the FreedomJournal is here to

tell about it in “Fallen Letters: Mis-edcuation and

Intellectual Confusion Essays on the Black Experience.”

There were sad days for Kwame Nkrumah and even,

 

Sadder days for the Georgia born, Tennessee born

Black man who wanted the Truth about the Black

experience. Some schools said you are just supposed

to act like you want to know. Change your name and

dress African and be a part of the game.

 

Thus many, yes African men and women came

upon the scene many of our youth also died as

some could not take the sham. Many also gave up

the Ghost to drugs, alcohol and many minds became

depressed and tired.

 

Institutionalized education is rote memory and

programming to be brainwashed at the best Black

and White schools. What of individualism and the

personal quest for learning? What also if you take God

with you? Just where did the independent mind go?

 

During the Dark Days of my time I thought that

the distortion of the historical record of the Black

experience extending from Africa was the greatest

crime committed against the Black man, woman

boy and girl.

 

Now I see and feel the Spirit, now I know that the

greatest crime against humanity is the distortion of

the true history of the Church and Christ. Now I

know that Christ is the answer to all problems Black

or White. Is this a crime?

 

Cont. Part 4: Einstein, Religion and God

 

Introduction: The Name Game: The Defense of Black American & African American

Part 1: The Existing Tangible African Ancestry of Black Americans

Part 6: A Theory For Analysis: The Dialectical Conclusions of Economics & Racism

 

 

Peace and Golden Paradise, Carl A. Patton a willing slave and servant of Almighty God writing for the FreedomJournal 13 January 2009 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

 

 

 


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