We shall base all our understanding on Trump based on who he said he was during his presidential campaign.
Trump described himself in many ways. He told us who he was in his spirit-soul, mind and emotions. Trump gave us a very good executive summary of what his entire life boils down to.
If Obama had said just one of the sick things Trump said, Obama would have never been president. If Hillary had said one of those things, she would have never been the Democratic Nominee. Donald Trump is a proxy for the reestablishment of in-your-face white male lunacy as the ultimate right upon which America is founded. We know this is true, because supposedly an email scandal kept white woman Hillary from becoming president, yet an openly racist, discriminatory, doofus white male became president. The election, like all elections is not what the people wanted, it is what the elite who controls the electoral college and the voting machines want. Any person who does not understand this or who simply trusts information from any level of government or trusts information from most media, is in deep trouble.
Trump is not the elite. He is the bottom of the feet of the elite. The elite are not people to be admired. They are the scum of the Earth pus-producers who have reproduced into billions of scum children. Trump is the scummiest of the scum children. There are millions of others just like Trump and millions of others who are scum children who outrank Trump. Trump is one of the worst ones in the family, but the elite still love him and so do all the scum children, because Trump is family. Do not be deceived by the various kinds of charades. This is why you are told to stay away from their protests. In the racist world being played out in many countries of various ethnicities, there are Trumps but Africans are always still considered lower than every Trump. For these reasons alone, African black male threat Steve Harvey's decision to have a meeting with white male lunacy, thinking there is a benefit to anyone who is not a white male, is just a bad decision. It was a lose-lose situation for Steve and for the young people he is trying to help.
Some Of What I Assume1. Steve realizes he is a role model for a significant number of people. 2. Steve's thought process discounted who Trump is based on what Trump told us. Steve has a short memory. 3. Steve believes what he was told as to the purpose of the meeting and how the meeting came about. This is troubling and an indicator of what came next. 4. Steve does not understand the multiple dimensions of psychological warfare. 5. Steve's public persona brand name has money influence and power influence. 6. Steve partially understands this influence and does not want to jeopardize his advertising money on his radio show or game show or his next whatever. 7. Steve wants to increase his power influence, because Steve said he asked God to increase his global influence. 8. Steve's thought process concluded a meeting with Trump would increase his global influence. 9. Steve does not understand racism, the European Asili, the European Utamawazo, the African Asili or the African Utamawazo. 10. Steve has fallen prey to self-deception of money and/or power providing false information upon which self-estimation is based. If this were not true, he would have smelled the okie doke and realized Trump and nobody else needs Steve Harvey to help them provide better housing in the inner city. 11. Steve either does not realize it or accepts his role as a pawn in the psychological chess game. A pawn thinks they are an “ally” but are always sacrificed because their impact on the game is limited. A pawn is out front. The power is behind, protected. 12. Steve does not understand you can't win a war in partnership with the enemy. What is the historical precedent that has happened enough times so as to convince us that strategy is reliable? Somebody give me some examples please. 13. If Steve had considered the common theme of the comments about his meeting, he should have been able to at least say, perhaps he didn't fully think it through, his decision to meet with Trump. There absolutely are some valid points made. Steve's commitment to defending his mistake of judgment is ugly. His justifications using the poorly constructed unfinished incomplete metaphor of “a menu” is as ridiculous as feeling good about influencing the choices in a vending machine while the cafeteria that feeds the masses is serving junk. His justification of “we can't be mad fuh-evah” is collectively insulting. It suggests we' black folks just like being mad. Mad is what we do best. We've been mad for a long time for something that happened a long time ago. To the contrary. Our madness is explained by Dr. King in his book, “Why We Can't Wait.” Dr. King was not totally a gentle, non-violence-loving pacifist hooked on forgiveness. All sane Africans understand we incur enough continuous injuries to be mad about the right here and right now without need to refer to yesterday. Steve's attempt to suggest “black people are jumping on him” is also ridiculous. 14. Steve is double-speaking and triple-speaking and okie doking. 15. Steve does not understand the moment the house nigger, the Uncle Tom, the sellout, the Judas, the Benedict Arnold, the white collective, and the scouts who helped the European invaders, all made their deals with the Devil Destroyer, it was a lose-lose situation for the dealmaker in the significantly weaker position. Steve was summoned to a meeting and he went like a child being called out of their room by parents in another room. Steve was called out of his room via an email. 16. Steve does not understand, regardless of what he was able to “accomplish” with Trump, that his global influence among Africans would be diminished. This is what the enemy wanted. The meeting was not about housing. 17. Steve does not understand that his speaking positively about Trump and his administration or about racist America, neutralizes his influence, except among the like-minded. 18. Steve does not realize, even if he reversed course right now, he will be held suspect regarding anything he says. Steve you have been conquered by your own self-esteem. 19. Steve does not realize white male lunacy ALWAYS & FOREVER seeks to neutralize the power of anything that is not white male. They play the old game of giving back crumbs out of the bottom of a stolen bread basket. Just as the Creator has a plan years in advance, so also do white males. You might think you are living in the moment, but you are actually living in the past of what they have already lived and planned in their imagination. That is how the game of chess is played and won. You must understand all moves and all strategies. 20. Steve is correct in saying positive can come out of doom and gloom. However, that positive will not be due to the virtue of white male lunacy or America or racism white supremacy. It will be due to the first truth. It will be from those working on the other side against the enemy. The body does not get healthy due to the virus helping out and “doing the right thing” and giving up ground. If this does ever occur, you are being setup to be checkmated. When it is easy to take a chess piece, think long and hard about doing so. 21. Steve does not understand that whatever needs to be done to set things right in the inner cities, in America, in Haiti, in Brazil, in the islands, In Africa, in India, in Prisonville, in murder mentality, is all well known. These people are not dumb, just decrepit. These people don't need to ask any black person, white person or anybody, “what do they want” or what needs to be done. Being drunk feels good, momentarily, but the effects of impaired judgment lasts much longer. 22. Steve does not understand the enemy has an enormous number of people in all walks of life and all fields of study, in all institutions who are collaborating and strategizing to win this spirit-soul war being played out physically. Whatever these people do, before they do it, they have already outlined possible responses and possible counter-responses. 23. Perhaps Steve understands his actions confirm the miscalculation of logic that says, its okay to do things in order to get money and power to help the few at the expense of the larger African black collective that helps us solve the problem of identity and unity. Steve's agenda was put before the African agenda. Steve helped racism's divide and conquer strategy. 24. Steve does not have a sufficient group of advisers or does not listen to them. Even so, on his own, he should have heeded the warning signs and warning bells within. Either way, if he didn't listen to his ancestors telling him not to or if he didn't get any such messages, the net result is stupidity, especially when the same level of ignorance remains with us as we get older.
Things I Do Not Assume But Instead KnowSteve is just like a lot of us. He and we would benefit by getting wisdom from African Ancestors who understand the nature of the struggle and the strategies of the struggle. Some of the topics have been listed above. Some of our master teachers we should listen to are: Dr. Frances Cress-Welsing, Dr. Marimba Ani, Dr. Edwin J. Nichols, Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Dr. Yosef Ben Jochannan, Dr. Cheik Anta Diop, Dr. Theophile Obenga, Dr. Neely Fuller, Sr., Dr. Leonard Jeffries, Dr. Asa. G. Hilliard III, Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango, Dr. Charles S. Finch III, Dr. Joy DeGruy, Nesut Bity Akenaten, Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey, Kwame Ture, Listervelt Middleton, Gil Noble, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Wade Nobles, Dr. James Smalls, Dr. John G. Jackson, Dr. Jacob Carruthers, Drusilla Dunjee Houston, J. A. Rogers, Manetho, Amos Wilson, Chancellor Williams, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Dubois, Carter G. Woodson, Journal Of Pan African Studies and an incredibly long list of more teachers covering any topic you need to understand right now from an African Utamawazo perspective.
Per Nana Sangodare, “ . . .the most important reality to define is the meaning of one’s human beingness. That’s nobody’s conversation but ours. We can’t even allow them to enter in the possibility of engaging in conjecture...they can’t even wonder about what it means to be Afrikan unless you’re Afrikan. That’s no one’s business but our own.” and “...we can’t have mental liberation if we don’t engage in the reconceptualization & reconstruction of Afrikan reality INDEPENDENT OF white conceptualizations...”None of us are perfect, but those who are seeking restoration to the first truth side of the equation, are in no ways as imperfect as any of those who knowingly use their free will in league with the second truth. We don't need any new evidence. We don't need any more meetings with the enemy. As you can see, this is not about Trump, Steve Harvey or America.