Tag Archives: Documentary

BROTHERHOOD WATCH: I Never Knew TV Production

A production giving many meaningful interviews with people from different walks of life. However, the interview that was done with Yahki Awakened (the nutritionist and herbalist that can break down the science of food) was very useful, informative, and enlightening.




More and more it is becoming apparent that the school was designed to programmed children to be loyal to government, country, and be obedient workers. To be a group of people that conforms and not think, that takes what government provides without question or opposition.

Though education teach mathematics and other subjects, the conditioning is also meant to control the mind and be puppets. In knowing this, homeschooling seems to be the solution, but many parents don’t have time. Most have become obedient workers by going through the education system.

Janks Morton: Dear Daddy Documentary

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Janks Morton is back with another serious, insightful and emotional documentary. This time he goes into the minds of how girls feel growing up without a father. This documentary is not only for men but for women as well. Women should realize as much as the men that keeping the father from seeing his child does have repercussions on the kids. As much as women use the kids against their once loved man, it does something psychological to the kids as well. Though not many children will understand that the reason daddy is absent is because of mummy, the absence is damaging. Continue reading

Paying Homage: Michael Baisden

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When it comes to entertaining, enlightening and educating, no one in talk radio compares to Michael Baisden. His high energy and love for interacting with his listeners is just one reason for the popularity and success of The Michael Baisden Show. Michael ignites heated discussions with explosive episodic themes like: Living Your Dream, Your Body Is Your Temple, Do Women Know What They Want, and Pimps In The Pulpit. Continue reading

Dark Girls Documentary: One of the effects of the Willie Lynch Letter

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A lot of people have been brainwashed to think light skin is good and dark skin is bad when truth be told, if you really want to go deep into it, the daker you are, the more melanin you have to survive the sun. If you really want to go deeper than that, black is not a colour but absorbs all colours. White is a colour. So that means black absorbs white colour which contains all colours of the spectrum. In other words black contains all colours. It is the beginning. If you add all the colours in the world together, you get black (dark).

Even in religion, when it stated ‘let there be light’, darkness was first for there to be light. Light USES darkness to shine. Darkness has to be there first. Black (dark) doesn’t come from White (light) but white (light) comes from black (dark). But let’s not get scientifical, let’s stick to the surface, the visual stupidity of it all.


Slavery may be over but the programming is still on going. If you ask me what type of women I go for, I’d say both but it’s more likely I’d look at light skin more because my mother is light skin. So from a young age, my mother was the first skin colour seen, she was the first breasts sucked. My dad is much darker than my mother, that doesn’t mean there is disrespect for him or that there should be, it simply means what every eyes have seen, what every mind has confessed and what everybody knows and that is we all come in different shades and colour. Continue reading