PINKHONEYSUCKLE

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As an author, the 60 year hidden story of the poor whites and blacks, along with one woman narrating the coming of age era of The Misinformation surrounding theDiaspora of southern people from the lower Appalachian farms to dismal city dwellings is shown, in truth, as how quaint towns, small farms, and independent people were turned into fully impoverished farm dwellers or large communities steered toward flood zones of Great Lakes Cities.

The author’s style of mixing humor into abysmal circumstances, or to take you into the cold fear of harm always lurking along the path from an agrarian child to city woman has led Amazon readers to 5 start declarations of the beauty, suspense, the unspeakable mixed with the salvaging of a soul and the deepest respect from roots of injustice and poverty. People speak of their inability to control tears from

People speak of their inability to control tears from the sorrows and then from the laughter as only a southern Sand Mountain born girl can tell of the darkness versing the light–The innocence always under attack from forces of evil, and how people place their hopes in the hereafter just to make personal degradation unhinge them from their and her families example of the multitudes who would make a decision to hang on or to head, “North.”

The historical age and the assassination of John Kennedy, The CivilRights Movement, and watching Washington burn after the death of Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King chills one into the reality that we were a country on the edge of collapsing from within for while, “Grapes ofWrath,” showed the mass migration to California of the Oklahomans–

Never before has the lives and deaths of Southern Appalachians people and places have never been recorded as the disaster and diaspora heaped upon American citizens without apology or even to acknowledge that such a move south to north was engineered.–The death of small farms and sharecroppers,the mystical experiences which separated these farm dwellers to know the seasons, to interpret the wind, and to know of angel interventions and it is all the made up pretty word, “Pinkhoneysuckle.”

The book, the movie in development took first place in Hollywood 2012and Honorable Mention in San Francisco 2012 Book Festivals. It is now known on both sides of the Rockies and has book followers as distant as, P.R. of China, the city of Wuhan.  2014 PBS WGUC, Cincinnati, interviewed by Lee Hay, Cincinnati, A noted PBS star in Mid West selected to do a series based on the life of Kentucky neighbors, Rosemary Clooney and Family.  Interviewed by Donna Seebo, Seattle radio and NW in program on, “Pinkhoneysuckle,”–Donna Seebo’s programs go on to Armed Forces Radio and Supports Wounded Warriors, USA.

The Author

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Revealing in truth and in fiction one woman’s experience of growing up in a 3rd world America hidden by the structure of its own roots as this country evolved from hidden people of the Appalachian mountains and valleys. The author will not allow you to know the places where fiction ends and basic facts of her life take over, for she says of it that pain is a treasure chest.

Open it, and look inside, but at the end of it; Long to find out more. How could one live the realities of the hidden white poor, especially when you were reminded every day of the horrid truth: Worse off than you were the black poor, and the bottom feeders in a river will fight for turf and for respect because a whole lot of people knew hunger, the absence of health care, and the adults wanted you, no; they warned you to keep your mouth shut or what hide you had, the skin the covered your bones would be beaten off, and until that happened.

You did not know, “Nothing.” Church called out that the prophets loved you, and there was going to be a day of reckoning, so like the apostles of old that it was all coming to an end left you petrified because one could never be good enough. Oh little girls and women; Just lean over, and if your skin shows; Then you have asked to be brutalized in the worst of ways. Girl, you’re not pretty, even though your skin is porcelain; you can see them in the classroom crossing their eyes and laughing that bunch of boys other school girls want something from.

You do not get it, for everything having to do with boyfriends until you find one like the television families growing up in Hollywood then is just a pack of danger. Everyone laughed at the idea that you wanted to fix your hair, but it grew like an Indian squaw and were it not for your old man putting the word he out that he would kill the son of a bitch that defiled you.

Then you would have been, “Mashed,” into the mud, for girls and women needed to be marked by the earth itself. You saw your friends get babies around school or disappear to girls homes, and words like incest, or laying down with a no good boy not desiring to marry left them worn out women, but, “No,” They were still girls like me. Daddy did a really good thing protecting us from the snakes he could see, but the hidden one was going to use you as a no account because he could get by with it. Daddy never suspected that family was not always virtuous. The trembling girl lived to tell the story. “God;” I lived.

http://www.amazon.com/Pinkhoneysuckle-Barbara-Everett-Heintz/dp/1461188202

Once Born Black, You Have An Extra Mountain To Climb

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There is no easy walk to freedom, the great Mandela could tell you the truth. He knew the rough road ahead of him was tough as a black man. He was denied his family, friends, wife, books and after 27 years in a notorious prison, he became the head of state of the country he fought for all his life.

African-Americans didn’t call for slavery. They were stolen from Africa, dragged in chains and loaded onto slave ships, under terrific sub-human conditions. Traded and profited, they worked from morning till evening on plantations and used to build America with sweat, blood and tears.

It’s unfortunate that after all these years, relationship between African-Americans and White Americans in many states in America is very poor. If there is any blame, it should be on the greedy and merciless slave masters but not the blacks in America.

Slavery is abolished, Apartheid bowed to democracy in South Africa, but racism still exists. Why? That can’t be. The world needs peace, love and the only way to achieve this is to love your brother as thy self and to let the dream of Martin Luther King Jr. stay alive.

Stupid Things That Undermine The Intelligence Of The Blackman

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Martin Luther King Jr had a dream, giving hope to African-Americans. He was the first African-American to be “Time” magazine’s ‘Man of the Year’ and also won the Nobel Peace Prize, honors that are given to people who have certainly made an impact, while Rosa Parks, the Civil Rights icon refused to give up her seat on a city bus in Montgomery. Both Martin Luther King Jr and Rosa Parks have made things easy and better for the Black man today.

The sacrifice of these two great people in the history of African-Americans, is what should inspire every black man. Unfortunately, there are many African-Americans, irresponsible behavior, actions and comments are total disgrace to the Black man. When one works hard and is blessed with money, that shouldn’t permit the person to behave like a moron, because when one black does something stupid, it affects all black people.

Couple of years ago, a hip-hop artist, Bryan Birdman, aka Baby Williams, made headlines like other hip-hop artists. According to Forbes Magazine, “He tries to wear $I million worth of orthodontics and jewel every day. Finally, he said he will bet $I0 million on Floyd Mayweather, whenever he fights Manny Pacquiao. One of the YouTube videos of Birdman, shows him advertising his wealth in dollars. He claims he has stacked money on the floor, everywhere and he walks on it. It’s embarrassing as I tried to figure out, why do people do that, are they looking for recognition or status?

Floyd Mayweather is one of the respected boxers in America. He has achieved what many boxers couldn’t and at the moment is considered to be one of the highest paid men in sports. But his pride has pushed him to do what many African-Americans have done to lose their respect. Recently Mayweather posted a picture of him sitting behind stacked money on bed.

I don’t know what comes into the mind of these people to do things like that, because such things do not give any respect but rather portray the Black man as stupid and moron. Everyone knows that you are rich, so what’s the need to send a picture behind thousands of dollars to the social media? Is that the way to get more fame or popularity?

African-Americans that behave in this way should put an end to it, because it undermines the intelligence of the Black man. If they really want to be famous, then they should follow my advice. Both Birdman and Mayweather should join a flight to Africa, Ghana. In Accra, they should board the bus heading to Cape Coast, in the Central Region of Ghana. Few kilometers to Cape Coast, they will see many villages along the road. They should stop and walk to any of those villages.

They will see the children of their ancestors, (because Cape Coast is where a lot of African-Americans were taken from) sitting under mango trees and roofless classrooms studying. They should try to provide them a place to learn, to escape the heat of the sun and the heavy thunderous rains, since they are so rich and don’t know what to do with their money. After doing all these they must return to America and see how the people and others from different parts of the world would say about them and be respected.

Racially Motivated Killers: Are Devils Among Us In The Likely Of Men?

How racial motivated crimes are tearing our society apart

“What do Belgian Hans Van Themsche and American Dylann Roof have in common? Both are violent racial motivated killers.”

Racial problem is like a disease tearing the society apart. It has no cure because history and society have succeeded planting the seed of discrimination and hatred into the minds of people, including children, so they grow up with it. I have said many times that “there is no child born a racist, adults contribute to both good and bad of child behaviors.”

Racial stereotypes based on nationality, colour, race, religion and other factors; create hatred and racism, often leading to death. A black can be a racist, but the most recorded bloody racial problems were started by a class of white people, such as the Ku Klux Klan, that think Whites are better and superior to other race. Slavery, the Holocaust, and McCarthyism were all inspired by racism.

Racially motivated crimes take place daily in our society, but are often ignored, until when innocent blood is shed, before the authority steps in to investigate. In Antwerp, Belgium, 2006, an 18-year-old high student named Hans Van Themsche, with head shaved, combat boots and a black leather outfit, went berserk on a killing spree to gun down foreigners, especially Africans, after purchasing a rifle from a gun shop in Antwerp.

After overpowered by the police, the investigation revealed that the racist killer’s aunt, Frieda Van Themsche, is a member of parliament for the ‘Vlaams Belang’ party, a party which originates from Antwerp, known for their hatred towards foreigners, opposing Muslim integration and against a multicultural society. Did the ideology of this party influenced and inspired Hans Van Themsche to carry out such atrocity?

 

Racially motivated crimes will it ever come to end

Hans Van Themsche, the Belgian student racist killer

Hans Van Themsche shot three people; a veiled Turkish woman, a two-year-old Flemish toddler on a tricycle and a black woman taking care of the child. The Turkish woman survived the shooting but the child and her nanny died. Being an African writer and a resident of Antwerp, I know perfectly well that, the authorities took this racially motivated killing as a serious crime, due to the Belgian child that died, because in Antwerp whatever happens to a black man is never considered an important case which needs attention.

Months after the death of Oulematou Nangadou, the decision to compensate the Malian babysitter’s family was challenged by the court, owing to the fact that the victim was illegally staying in Belgium. That was meaningless and unfair judgment orchestrated to promote or inspire more racism and likely to spark new racial violence or killings in Antwerp, but that didn’t happen.

In America, African-Americans still recovering from racially motivated killings were greeted by fresh racial motivated violence, when a young man of 21, identified by the FBI as Dylann Roof, opened fire on an African American church in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday night, killing 9 people. According to the police, the motive for the killings was to spark racial violence.

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Both Oulematou Nangadou, the Malian woman and Luna, the little girl she was looking after, died from gunshots by Themsche.

According to the Post and Courier newspaper “the emotional weight of the ordeal also brought local activists, Charleston’s police chief, and South Carolina’s governor to tears as they fought to find words to ease community members who fear further violence in a city with a long and complicated history involving race.”

While all these racial problems are tearing our society apart, what lessons are we learning from them? “I am so pleased that we were able to resolve this case quickly … so that nobody else is harmed by this individual,” said Mullen, the police chief, after Roof was captured.

I’m very pleased with the way African-Americans, including the victims’ families, proactively dealt with that situation, avoiding any further racial violence. ‘I had a dream that one day, the struggle of the African-Americans for freedom and equal rights will be a reality.’ Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. United we stand, divided we fall.

Do African Leaders, African-Americans And Africans In The Diaspora Know The Difference Between Adolf Hitler And King Leopold II Of Belgium?

“Merely by describing yourself as black you have started on a road towards emancipation, you have committed yourself to fight against all forces that seek to use your blackness as a stamp that marks you out as a subservient being.” Steve Biko.

By Joel Savage and Johan van Dongen

Somewhere in Nebraska, a state that lies in both the Great Plains and the Midwestern United States, there was a resident who decided to decorate his property with a hateful message boldly written “Thanks Africa for Aids, Ebola, and Obama.”

This Nebraska resident obviously lacks the knowledge over the history of the true origin of Aids, Ebola and the problems that the continent Africa has to deal with. He should have read about the German scientist Luhrs, who infected himself with Aids in the 1920’s of the last century.  He should have also read about the statements of Lignee, Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier, the so-called pseudo discoverers of the human immunodeficiency virus HIV.

Leopold II, Idi Amin of Belgium

Leopold II’s statue: There is no government on earth in their right mind will build the statue of a murderer. He killed 10 million Africans, including women and children

The absence of brain doesn’t count for well educated African leaders and African intellectuals, at least we hope not. If all African leaders, including Africans and African-American intellectuals and Africans in the Diaspora, want to be respected then they should take notice of the numerous statues of King Leopold II, in Belgium and the absence of statues of Hitler.

Who are to continue the works of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr, Marcus Garvey, Kwame Nkrumah etc; after all their struggles to bring the Black man to this destination? Are African leaders lazy and ignorant? Are African-Americans and Africans in the Diaspora still sleeping all these years after the assassination of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr?

Leopold II the butcher

Congolese demonstrators in Brussels over the murderer and rapist King Leopold’s statue.

If they are still sleeping I’m going to wake them up and ask them: If they know the difference between Adolf Hitler and King Leopold II of Belgium. Why for so long they have failed to ask Belgium, the reason there is no Adolf Hitler’s statue in any part of this word, because he killed six million Jews, but there are so many statues and streets named after a king that tortured, maimed and killed over ten million Africans, including children throughout Belgium?

If they try to know the reason, definitely that will bring their minds home to know the difference between the development  and the manufacture of the  Aids viruses in German Aids factories, as described by Luhrs between 1917 and 1925.

The same Aids virus was also noticed and described by the French veterinary surgeon Lignee, way back in 1843. This means that the so-called discoverers and Nobel-Prize winners Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier, committed plagiarism and fraud in the eighties of last century, isn’t it? In fact, Montagnier stated fiercely in one of his publications that the horse Aids virus of the nineteen twenties is identical to the human Aids virus. If such statement was made long before the outbreak of Aids and Ebola today, why are people ignorant to dispute the fact that Aids and Ebola viruses were long created in a laboratory before criminally used against Africans?

African leaders, African-Americans, and Africans in the Diaspora are you there?

This is what makes the book: “Aids and Ebola the greatest crime in medical history against mankind” a masterpiece among all health books about Aids and Ebola, because every book on the shelves over these two subjects is false. People should begin to use their money wisely and ask themselves, why such a great book can’t get any maximum support or publicity, because the media, the governments, pharmaceutical companies and World Health Organization are all involved.

However, the more those criminals try to deceive the public, the more we shall post articles to inform readers about the truth. People shouldn’t  think because it happened to Africans, there is no reason to care. Yesterday was Aids, today is Ebola, who knows what comes tomorrow? We Africans have passed the exams of pains, trials, and tribulations; the question is how would America and Europe cope up when the diseases the West and America planted in Africa begin to spread to their own country? This is the reason we are encouraging everyone to fight those criminals.

Is mustn’t be difficult for African leaders, African intellectuals, African-Americans and Africans in the Diaspora to understand that Africa natives are made susceptible for Aids and Ebola and Obama has nothing to do with it. The Rockefeller foundation, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Russia, the United States of America, Japan, and the World Health Organization are responsible.

As long as foreign Western countries, including Russia and Japan, as well as the media, dominate the news about the real origin of Aids and Ebola, things will never change and certainly never will change when making certain African leaders, companies and people with influence dependent of their money and their military equipment, because then it would be difficult to expose the truth.

After our messages to all African leaders about revealing the truth of the origin of Aids and Ebola, they’ve got the key to exposed themselves as real leaders of their respective countries. Therefore, it is a pity that many African leaders are unbelievably irresponsible and interested only in corruption than the welfare of their citizens. Certain African leaders have to stop immediately their criminal attitude and start to improve the living standards of the people, by strengthening its health care and democratic as well as political institutions.

 

Abuse of Congolese children by Belgium

Alice Seeley Harris with a large group of Congolese children. Alice Seeley Harris and her husband John Harris were missionaries in the Belgian Congo at the turn of the century. They produced a collection of images documenting the horrific abuses of the indigenous people of the Congo by the Belgian King Leopold II’s regime. Their photographs formed part of what was probably the first orchestrated multimedia campaign against widespread human rights abuses.

Imagine calling the media around Africa, including Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Ghana, Kenya etc; to speak about the crimes of Aids and Ebola, yet after sending the article, none of the media I spoke to published the news. Only NewsTimeAfrica published the article. How do we expect the Whiteman to stop his criminal activities against Africa when we behave in this way? Until Africans wake up from its slumber, the continent will always remain a mockery to the Whitman.

The fact that African leaders are lazy, corrupt and always depending on the West and America for miracles, they are too stupid and scared to speak against crimes the West and America committed against Africa. African leaders should work together in order to cope with their dependence and dominance of Western countries, Russia and Japan who committed war crimes against African people.

Therefore every natural person and every African government are hereby called upon to join our indictment with the goal to once and for all terminate all crimes committed by the above-mentioned countries. They should act like Chinese companies that are now transferring their operations to Africa, creating jobs there for both Chinese and Africans and transferring new technologies and know-how at the same time. That is what we call achieving co-prosperity.

Two books recommended to readers:  Little Boygium-Wonderful Experience and Aids and Ebola, The Greatest Crimes In Medical History Against Mankind.

https://www.amazon.com/Little-Boygium-Experience-Joel-Savage-ebook/dp/B013SJ7DCW/

https://www.amazon.com/Greatest-Medical-History-Against-Mankind-ebook/dp/B016W89W1G