“Jive at Five”: Negroes Ruling the Roost
by Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
The presence of Richland County Deputy Sheriff Ben Fields, in a classroom this past Monday as a resource officer and his interaction with a black, female student, has caused a national uproar. It is an ugly incident but the firing of Fields does not solve the problem. The structure remains intact in South Carolina and elsewhere. Blacks need solutions.
So far, television and radio have not scratched the surface. It is equally disturbing that P.O. Randolph Holder would be posthumously given a detective’s shield. No soldier is honored for catching a fatal bullet on the battlefield. A wounded soldier is given a Purple Heart. Contract law prohibits such an award to a soldier killed on the battlefield. Holder was performing a pre-existing duty. This is hornbook law.
The Federal Communications Commission requires children’s programming on Saturday mornings. Arts and entertainment is scheduled for weekdays. Whites enjoy public affairs programming on Sunday mornings. Blacks in New York have refused to honor and preserve the legacy of Gil Noble and Elombe Brath. Sundays should allow for a marketplace of ideas.
Locally, Medgar Evers gave his life to fighting censorship in Mississippi. Censorship violates the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Evers finally forced a local television station in Jackson, MS to honor the “equal time” doctrine. Enforcing a right can be hazardous to your health. Three weeks later, Evers was assassinated on his front yard.
No Sunday should go by without remembering Evers. As was once promoted by Sy Syms: “An educated consumer is our best customer.” Kwame Ture gave his life to providing a political education to descendants of enslaved Africans. He was in Mississippi with Sis. Fannie Lou Hamer and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. He co-authored “Black Power.”
Another Mississippian authored “Blueprint for Black Power.” He also saw the need for his people to acquire a political education. Dr. Amos Wilson gave the last days of his life to provide his people with a political guide. No black person should leave home without “Blueprint for Black Power” and “Black Power.” The key word in the U.S. Constitution is “power.”
You should demand your local public officials including Mayor William de Blasio of New York City and Hillary Clinton, an unchallenged black favorite, to provide an analysis of the incident in South Carolina by this Saturday. Television and radio stations should reserve time to discuss the safety of our children in public and in charter schools. Also, did P.O. Holder deserve a posthumous award for a pre-existing duty?
“Jive at Five”: Negroes Ruling the Roost
“Politics makes strange bedfellows.” This quote is confusing to “descendants of enslaved Africans” because “all that glitters is not gold.” “Black Solidarity Day” was fueled by this quote: “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” This is the only route to combating white supremacy.
The headquarters of the Freedom Party is a matchbox. Although every serious-minded black person should be a part of “Black Solidarity Day”, the headquarters of the Freedom Party has limited space. It is important that blacks exercise the right of assembly and the right to petition the government for redress of grievances. Our headquarters only allows for “free associations.”
There is a reason why Brown v. Board of Education 347 U.S. 483 (1954) preceded the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Blacks must avoid the “Black Friday” trap. “Self-preservation is the first law of nature.” We must think “Race First.”
White supremacists are bilingual. They only speak legalese and military science. This means that blacks lack the verbal ability to employ self-defense. Because of constitutional defamation, we suffer bad reputations. According to the Daily Blues a successful, black realtor from Oregon had to pre-pay before he could enjoy a meal in Vancouver, Canada.
This is why I never allowed a black person to take the witness stand. This included Rev. Al Sharpton and James Brown. I have never asked a client what happened, including Tawana Brawley, and, to the dismay of judges, I have never allowed a client to plead “guilty.”
Through a bill of pains and penalties from the New York Legislature which is unconstitutional under Article 1, section 10, clause 1, of the U.S. Constitution, I was charged with “refusing to cooperate with a grievance committee.” If I had told this grievance committee that I have never asked any client to tell his or her version of the story, I would have been charged with perjury. This is a perjury trap.
This is the problem for New York. It is improper, in public, to ask an attorney about his line of questioning to his client. It would violate the attorney-client relationship. If I had been asked this question in a court of law, the judge would have ruled that this questioning is improper. Since lawyers and judges are members of a secret society, New York has ruled that it is proper to violate the attorney-client relationship. This is a bait-and-switch.
Military intelligence requires that we reverse the order of Voting Rights Act of 1965; the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Brown v. Board of Education 347 U.S. 483 (1954). This is why the United States accords military intelligence a bottomless war chest. Every war against anyone is fought out of a war chest.
I will provide my analysis on my website on Saturday. I will also post any analysis of the Steering Committee of the Freedom Party on www.reinstatealtonmaddox.com. In the interim, any person who is capable of engaging in critical thinking should step forward and provide his or her analysis. Ancient Egyptians gave us think tanks. Blacks need critical thinkers.
Martha Leah Williams
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