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Donald Trump and “Law and Order”

The Lone Wolf



by Alton H. Maddox, Jr.

I did not need to wait until July 21, 2016 to hear the diatribe by Donald Trump against blacks and Indians. The U.S. Supreme Court had already defined our fate in Scott v. Sanford, 19 How. (60 U.S.) 373 (1857). The “Indian Dred Scott case” was announced in Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock, 187 U.S. 553 (1903).

In 2015, I had an early morning conversation with our revered ancestors. Blacks should plan for a 2016 National Black Political Convention to prepare for Donald Trump. A planning conference was scheduled for October 3, 2015 in the nation’s capital. That date, would be fifty years after President Lyndon B. Johnson had signed the 1965 Immigration Act.

Since black men received the “right to vote” absent any protections from the U.S. Justice Department which was only established in 1870 to provide cover for the Ku Klux Klan, no enabling clause accompanied the Fifteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. This is like the white man giving Indians a peace pipe without any tobacco.

When President Abraham Lincoln gave his “Divided House” speech, he was not talking about the United States. President Lincoln was referring to the households of the former slave quarters. The black woman was still a “chattel slave” in 1870 without enjoying the right to vote. Cf. Bradwell v. Illinois, 16 Wall (83 U.S.) 130 (1873).

If black men were able to get past the Ku Klux Klan without the “right to bear arms” as was announced in United States v. Cruikshank, 92 U.S. 542 (1876), they would be able to vote absent state-sponsored terrorism. Cruikshank ruled that it was permissible for the path to the local courthouse to be lined with booby-traps and minefields.






In 2016, the courthouse is still an auction block where the criminal justice system and the prison-industrial complex are buyers and sellers. Black lawyers are “junior prosecutors.” White lawyers are partners with senior, white prosecutors. Judges have Ku Klux Klan attire under their black robes.

The late Attorney Robert Burns and attorney Colin Moore were officially disbarred from the practice of law in New York. I was wrongfully suspended for five years after I had been indefinitely suspended from the practice of law for four years. In 1999, I was automatically entitled to resume the practice of law but I refused to apologize for defending Tawana Brawley. Only black attorneys were disbarred or, in my case, barred.

I had to be banned from the practice of law even though the 1994 suspension order stated that I had a “clean disciplinary record” except for a bogus reprimand as announced in Maddox v. Mollen, Civ. No. 4181 (U.S.D.C., E.D.N.Y. 1989) because of a perjurious affidavit from Robert Strauss, chief counsel of the Brooklyn Grievance Committee.

The Kings County district attorney’s office has been asked to convene a grand jury and investigate this criminal transaction coupled with the false declaration made in Maddox v. Prudenti et. al. Index No. 5444 (U.S.D.C., E.D.N.Y. 2004). Alton Maddox was disbarred according to these defendants, and Maddox is still searching for the date of the hearing that led to the disbarment.

Blacks erroneously believe that the right of representation is a personal right. The right to practice law is a personal privilege. There is a distinct difference between a right of legal representation and a privilege to practice law. The above-mentioned criminal transactions are public offenses. Accordingly, a pre-approved committee, and not myself, should meet with the office of Kings County District Attorney.

President Richard M. Nixon and Vice-president Spiro Agnew ushered in “Law and Order” in 1968. It has always meant “War against Blacks.” Abnormal psychology against anyone who would not call for an emergency meeting this weekend especially, since in New York, it means the criminal prosecution of children as adults. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.: “The Negro cannot win … if he is willing to sell the future of his children for his personal and immediate comfort and safety.”

Since Dr. Calvin Butts was concerned about genocide on July 21, 2016, he must have been shaking in his boots after the “law and order” speech of Donald Trump. I am certain that this entire weekend will be reserved for an emergency session at his church. Call Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem for details. (212-862-7474).

Today, Donald Trump said, “If we win in New York, it’s over.” This means that blacks hold the balance of power in New York. Thus, he is wrong. Only a “slave” would not allow this power to be converted into political leveraging and bargaining. On the plantation, “slaves” were not allowed to bargain for anything including decent wages and habitable living conditions.

Self-determination means that we must define ourselves rather than to be defined by others. I won the right of self-determination for United African Movement and Freedom Party as the “lone wolf.” This was sui generis. In 2016, blacks can enjoy self-determination at UAM and Freedom Party facilities. Are blacks, in New York, willing to stop practicing “plantation politics?”

“The Lone Wolf”




The late Dr. William A Jones.

The “Lone Wolf” is not a recent phenomenon. He or she is deeply rooted in slavery. The late Dr. William A Jones of the historic Bethany Baptist Church in Brooklyn would often say: “The white man is rational on every subject except race.” On the subject of race, he will conveniently take the “Fifth.” The last sentence is mine.

Therein lies the problem. The white man is routinely consoled by “leading Negroes” and “Negro selected parrots.” I have always been a sacrificial lamb to prevent the white man from focusing on the black masses. The harbinger is United States et. al v. Texas et. al. Executive orders are always the problem. On June 28, 2016, the High Court’s decision on immigration became a harbinger.

Donald Trump’s “henchmen,” who spoke last night, are well-known to me. One was an adversary and the other was a sitting, federal judge. I am not optimistic about our chances with his legal advisors. It may not be too late for blacks to listen to Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. “The Negro cannot win …. if he is willing to sell the future of his children for his personal and immediate comfort and safety.”

“Negro” law enforcement officials are also intolerant of the “Lone Wolf.” Chief David Brown of Dallas, TX has the extrajudicial remedy for the “Lone Wolf.” This is why I refuse to list the names of the “executive committee” of Freedom Party on the stationery of the Freedom Party. The white man may be unable to separate “friend from foe.”

Donald Trump resides in a penthouse apartment in New York County and he is a member of the National Rifle Association. Trump is white. The “castle doctrine” is available to him. John White, on the other hand, resides in a luxury home in Suffolk County and he is also a member of the National Rifle Association. John White is black. The “castle doctrine” does not apply to him.

Ask Assemb. Charles Barron the difference between the Appellate Division: First Department and the Appellate Division: Second Department. No black selected parrot has ever questioned judicial gerrymandering. It is sad for blacks that only an attorney, barred from the practice of law in New York, has ever raised the question.

The answer can be found in Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s “Miseducation of the Negro.” In writing this classic, he flipped the script. After Harvard University, it took him more than three decades to get it right. Time is not on President Barack Obama’s side.

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1 Comment on "Donald Trump and “Law and Order”"

  1. A true warrior of righteousness, Black people and Tawana Brawley. Your words give me strength in our “HELLOCAUST”.

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