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Race and Dignity

by DAVID BROWN | | March 29, 2012

MLKLike MLK, as far as I’m concerned, the color of one’s skin is not as important as the content of one’s character. However, I am fair skinned and am thus generally envious of those with more color than me so you could say I tend to be slightly prejudiced against my pink brethren and slightly more positive towards those fellows –who by no choice of their own– are blessed with a darker skin.

Notwithstanding the above, I was raised in an all-white family and played with mostly white kids. I had a few friends who were Hispanic in origin but no black friends. Maybe that was the result of segregation, I just don’t know but I never saw any black people during my youth until we ran track in high school against another school that was almost entirely black.

I don’t recall having any negative opinions of black people and I have no recollection of my mother or father making negative comments towards our black brethren, so you could say I was agnostic on the topic of race; really having no experience on which to base any judgment. I was mostly curious.

After high school, I did have occasion to meet and greet a few blacks but just a few. I recall feeling bad for the blacks since they were slaves –or rather some of their ancestors were– and felt okay with my self-appraisal since I knew I was not prejudiced and had no ill feelings toward any person based on color. I would however go out of my way to be nice and friendly as a sign of respect and some misplaced guilt.

My mother dabbled in genealogy a bit and it is clear from her investigation that neither side of my family owned any slaves in the New World. In the Old World, that might be a different story however. My wife dug a little deeper into my family history and found out that I’m a direct descendant of a few ruthless folks including some Roman Emperors; but since the sins of the father generally carry down only seven generations, I conclude that I’m pretty clear in terms of family karma.

The only reason I divert into this little family history lesson is to establish my bona fides that neither I nor my family have ever owned any slaves in America.

So being white as the driven snow in terms of slavery and even whiter by skin color, I could safely say I don’t have a prejudiced bone in my body.

Now, do I like thugs, or anti-social people who want to rob, steal or hurt others? Nope. It doesn’t matter if they are white, black or poky dot, I do not like ignorant, violent people and probably never will in spite of any amount of media propaganda that says it is cool to be cruel. Am I suspicious of people who think they are gangsters or dress and act like a gangster? Yep. (BTW, if your mother drives you to school, you are not a gangster.) So if you dress like a gangster and/or act like a gangster or a thug, I will be suspicious and may not like you. And for the record, I don’t want to see your underwear or your white, brown or black butt crack.

Do I owe the blacks anything more than respect and dignity? Nope. Do they deserve equal protection under the law? Yes.

Since my youth described above, I have joined the work force and am happy to report that I have had two managers who were black: one a woman and one a man. Both were excellent human beings and deserved and received my respect and admiration.

Black Like Me

Black Like Me

Now just because I am pure in terms of racism, is no excuse for being ignorant of the real issues blacks have faced and continue to face to a lesser extent today in this country. To this end, I read a book called ‘Black Like Me‘ which had a profound impact on my view of racism in this country. If you haven’t read this book. Do it. It’s a 188 page diary written in 1959 by a white man who dyed his skin black and traveled anonymously as a black man and wrote about his experiences. It will curl your toe-nails and enlighten your brain and disabuse you of many false premises many whites seem to share including myself. This book allowed me to peer into the true nature and brutality of racism.

What this book taught me is that yes indeed I did have some racial preferences despite my proven purity explained above. Why? Because I realized that I never wanted to be black. I would rather be white. If I were to be black that would be okay but I wouldn’t want to be subjected to what many blacks endured in the 60s or prior. It also taught me that I was not sensitive or even aware of the many lasting deep scars this inflicted on our fellow citizens. ‘Black like me’ was proof positive of the soul-destroying, racial hatred and base prejudice that existed during this time. This realization provoked a deeper understanding and genuine sensitivity to the black man’s plight and exposed to my ignorant brain not just the casual, gossamer understanding of the importance of respect, but much deeper, sapient meaning of the word dignity. For the first time in my life the word dignity had salt to it. It had meaning. I realized that our racism had robbed an entire race of their human dignity with racial slurs, put downs, separate drinking fountains, restrooms, etc.

I turn now to Martin Luther King, Jr. to drive home my point from the very emotional and heart-wrenching perspective of a father. If you have no children, you cannot imigine the injury this causes to a father’s heart.

“Letter from a Birmingham Jail [King, Jr.]”

Martin Luther King, Jr., in jail in Birmingham, Alabama, April 1963

Martin Luther King, Jr., in jail in Birmingham, Alabama, April 1963

16 April 1963

My Dear Fellow Clergymen:

…”when you suddenly find your tongue twisted and your speech stammering as you seek to explain to your six year old daughter why she can’t go to the public amusement park that has just been advertised on television, and see tears welling up in her eyes when she is told that Funtown is closed to colored children, and see ominous clouds of inferiority beginning to form in her little mental sky, and see her beginning to distort her personality by developing an unconscious bitterness toward white people; when you have to concoct an answer for a five year old son who is asking: “Daddy, why do white people treat colored people so mean?”; when you take a cross county drive and find it necessary to sleep night after night in the uncomfortable corners of your automobile because no motel will accept you; when you are humiliated day in and day out by nagging signs reading “white” and “colored”; when your first name becomes “nigger,” your middle name becomes “boy” (however old you are) and your last name becomes “John,” and your wife and mother are never given the respected title “Mrs.”; when you are harried by day and haunted by night by the fact that you are a Negro, living constantly at tiptoe stance, never quite knowing what to expect next, and are plagued with inner fears and outer resentments; when you are forever fighting a degenerating sense of “nobodiness”–then you will understand why we find it difficult to wait. There comes a time when the cup of endurance runs over, and men are no longer willing to be plunged into the abyss of despair. I hope, sirs, you can understand our legitimate and unavoidable impatience.”

U.S. Marshals escorted Bridges to and from school

U.S. Marshals escorted Bridges to and from school

So I imagined how one of my children would feel and how I would feel being robbed of my human dignity in front of my children who look up to me and I became profoundly sad. All this became real to me. This experience has helped with my understanding. But does this mean we should further destroy a man’s dignity with a handout and not a hand-up by way of a job? No. Does this mean we should feel guilty? No. Does this mean we should offer up special privileges? No. Does this mean that all men should be treated equally and have equal opportunities? Yes. Does this mean that every man deserves dignity until proven they do not? Yes.

Old Ben Franklin

Old Ben Franklin

So for some wise advice on how to help a man when he is down, I turn to one of my favorite writers, old Ben Franklin:

“I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it. In my youth I traveled much, and I observed in different countries, that the more public provisions were made for the poor, the less they provided for themselves, and of course became poorer. And, on the contrary, the less was done for them, the more they did for themselves, and became richer.”

Benjamin Franklin died in 1790 at the age of 84. He had bought and sold slaves earlier in his life but wrote the following in 1772…

In an unsigned letter to the London Chronicle, he asked readers whether it was absolutely necessary to sweeten their tea with slave-produced sugar. Could such a “petty pleasure…compensate for so much misery produced among our fellow creatures, and such a constant butchery of the human species by this pestilential detestable traffic in the bodies and souls of men?”

Later at age 81 Franklin signed a public exhortation that declared “the Creator of the world” made “of one flesh, all the children of men.”

As a final thought on race, I turn to the US Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

An Historical Perspective from Richard Grove with Tragedy and Hope:
Justified Sinners / The History of Eugenics in America

US Government Found GUILTY Of Murdering Martin Luther King Jr.

Court – Martin Luther King Killed by the Authorities

Simona Kossak

Simona Kossak (1943-2007) was a polish scientist, an ecologist, an author of films and books and an university professor. People called her “witch” because she was very close to wild animals, and it looked like she understand their language. She believed that the key to happiness is living simple and close to nature..

from Rebecca van den Heuvel – Found on

Simona Kossak

Simona Kossak

Prepping for the next false flag event …

Prepping for the next false flag event …

Lessig: “I had dinner once with Richard Clark at the table and I said ‘is there an equivalent to the Patriot Act — an iPatriot Act — just sitting waiting for some substantial event just waiting for them to come have the excuse for radically changing the way the Internet works?’ And he said, ‘Of course there is’ — and I swear this is what he said, and quote — ‘and Vint Cerf is not going to like it very much.'”

i9-11: US Government Ready with a “Patriot Act” for the Internet

We’re not under threat. We are the threat

‘We’re not under threat. We are the threat’ — Oliver Stone
“These violent delights have violent ends” — William Shakespeare

Bill Van Auken: Alongside this official 9/11 rhetoric, which grows more hollow with every passing year, a different discussion is taking place within the ruling political establishment and the military and intelligence apparatus. It centers on a proposal that Washington recruit factions of Al Qaeda […] as its proxy troops in a simultaneous war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad

General Petraeus Calls for Recruiting Al Qaeda


I’ve been a Pinterest fan for years: One of the best places to find great graphics in almost any category from animals, to people to landscapes to art, news, history, etc. Beyond being able to look at all these great pictures, you can also setup your own filing system and save these pictures to a filing system that suits your needs.

Despite my love of Pinterest and despite its great features, I have watched Pinterest change for the worse over the years. Their visions of additional functionality have overrun their ability to provide an enjoyable end user experience. Many of their improvements have caused the site to run so much slower as to make it almost unusable. One great feature is their AI (Artificial Intelligence) that can fairly accurately guess the category in which you will place a picture you are viewing. Other improvements have caused the user’s browser to fill its cache, lose his place, requiring the user to start over at the beginning of his search for new photos wasting the user’s time reviewing previously viewed photos. In short, it seems that each and every tacked on feature has caused their program to run slower and slower and become more and more inefficient. Through all these improvements, Pinterest has lost its major asset which I call its ‘game play’. There is no game play anymore. What is left is a kludgy, thickly coded behemoth that does not and cannot scale as more and more photos, users and categories are added. So if Pinterest is interested in continued growth, they are faced with some serious decisions. Either they have to slim down and go back to their roots or they must rethink, re-architect and reprogram their codebase from the ground up so that it can scale as they add features.


I’ve been an iHeartRadio fan for years. iHeartRadio gives you access to over 1,500 crystal clear radio stations via your PC or your Cell. If you like news, like I do, you have access a plethora of live news talk shows around the USA via iHeardRadio: Rush, Levin, Clyde Lewis, Coast to Coast AM, etc.

Despite my love of iHeartRadio, with each and every upgrade, they have managed to basterdize the once great end user experience. First off, they try every trick in the book to get you to register. Once you register, it can keep track of your favorite radio stations. The problem is that after each and every very frequent update, this retarded program promptly forgets your registration requiring you to register all over again. This is a Pain in the ass so I have learned to never register to save my valuable time. Other problems for the end user, is that iHeartRadio seems to want to push one of their many music radio stations up in front of my news channels on a consistent basis. They would much rather that I listen to one of their mindless music channels than a news talk show. Maybe the music channels are more profitable than the talk radio news channels or maybe they don’t have enough listeners for their crappy music stations and need to push users to the music channels? Now each and every station is full of the standard ‘cut in commercials’ but that is not good enough for iHeartRadio, they insist on pushing additional commercials in your face before you get access to your favorite radio station. Another pisser is that iHeartRadio will spontaneously load without any user interaction. This can be embarrassing if you are in a meeting when iHeartRadio starts blaring from your coat or pant pocket. I have an application that kills iHeartRadio so that it cannot load spontaneously. Another problem with iHeartRadio and their affiliates is that they confuse Sports with News. Sports is sports and news is news. If I wanted to listen to sports, I would be listening to a sports channel. In short iHeartRadio has no respect for you the end user, just in squeezing out every last penny of revenue they can find.

Cyber Cars are not your friend

After the recent Fiat Chrysler recalls and the Jeep hacks revealed the very real and dangerous vulnerabilities of connected cars to cybersecurity attacks, the news media has been inundated with countless articles on how Intel plans to fix this problem.

What none of these technological luminaries ever touch upon however are the two most important issues: Number One: Any honest security expert will tell you that there is no such thing as cyber security. PERIOD!; and Number Two: The CIA and NSA are on record stating their desire to have back-doors installed in any and all security and encryption systems. So if Intel is going to save the day, and if Intel is tied at the belly button to the NSA/CIA what hope of real cybersecurity can we expect? Answer: None. Stop being their fool.

Car Cyber Attacks

Global warming is Social Engineering

Global warming is Social Engineering… is the snow black? Of course not. Is Global warming actually Global Cooling? How brainwashed are you? Experts say you should believe anything that comes out of their bought and paid for mouths. Can you think for yourself? Are you capable of objective, critical thought? Do you know what the scientific method is or what empirical evidence is? Science by consensus is not science at all but propaganda as anyone capable of critical thought would immediately recognize. Stop being their trained Lemmings and think for your selves.

It may be hoped that in time anybody will be able to persuade anybody of anything if he can catch the patient young and is provided by the State with money and equipment.

    This subject will make great strides when it is taken up by scientists under a scientific dictatorship. Anaxagoras maintained that snow is black, but no one believed him. The social psychologists of the future will have a number of classes of school children on whom they will try different methods of producing an unshakable conviction that snow is black. Various results will soon be arrived at. First, that the influence of home is obstructive. Second, that not much can be done unless indoctrination begins before the age of ten. Third, that verses set to music and repeatedly intoned are very effective. Fourth, that the opinion that snow is white must be held to show a morbid taste for eccentricity. . . . It is for future scientists to make these maxims precise and discover exactly how much it costs per head to make children believe that snow is black, and how much less it would cost to make them believe it is dark gray.   Bertrand Russell’s “Impact of Science on Society” (Page 30)

Is Climate Change Dangerous?

Published on Aug 10, 2015

David Dilley, former NOAA Meteorologist and current CEO and senior research scientist – Global Weather Oscillations, Inc., gives a presentation on Mind Your Own Business TV with Debi Davis. Mr. Dilley provides the viewer a full picture and understanding of climate change cycles and carbon dioxide cycles. Mr. Dilley combines his own research with peer reviewed research from other scientists and applies it to what is happening today, and to the likely dangerous climate change that will occur between the years 2019 to 2050.

Visit David’s website at:

Massive lies from NOAA… aka the politicization of science …

The day Al Gore was born there were 7000 polar bears on Earth.


Today, only 26,000 remain. – – Rufus Kings

Global warming strikes Peru… 170,000 alpacas die during brutal winter weather in Peru

Hillary’s Accomplishments

By now we’ve all heard that “Hillary Clinton Can’t Name A Top Accomplishment While Secretary Of State”. Of course most of us have watched her staunchest supporters struggle with this question for years so this is no surprise. Smartly, up until recently, Hillary has been able to avoid this question entirely. But seriously, a person who has become first lady, a senator and head the State Department of the most powerful nation on the face of the earth must have some accomplishments, and she does. The first and most obvious is that she married a serial rapist from Arkansas who became governor and then President. Secondly, Democrat Jerry Zeifman said she was fired from the Watergate investigation for lying. She was a student and pen pals with Saul Alinsky and she’s become rich selling political influence to foreign governments. Can you think of other Hillary accomplishments?

This Sea of Ignorance

by DAVID BROWN | | September 10, 2015

David Brown

David Brown

Sometimes it is a bit frustrating to debate people who have not taken the time to read Quigley’s  ‘Anglo-American Establishment’  or the many historical accounts of Antony C Sutton; but I must take the world as I find it.  Most of these people are smart and well-intentioned but lack key information.      Faced with similar frustrations, Joe Plummer would give away Quigley’s books in the hope someone would read them, only to find out the challenge was too great.   Rather than give up, however, Joe decided to write his own slimmed-down, easier to understand and updated book on Quigley called appropriately Tragedy and Hope 101.    In this sea of ignorance, how can we have an intelligent or sane conversation without 1) key information on the real players; 2) fundamental knowledge of methods and procedures and 3) the proven historical backdrop provided by Quigley and other researchers?   That is the question.   Without the historical context and an understanding of the genealogy and pedigree of the current batch of oligarchs, how can we advance our mutual understanding and how can we engage in an effective contest for our freedom as the collective noose is tightened around our collective necks?

We are encouraged by the rapid spread of information through the internet; and we are encouraged to understand, historically, the information wars can be won by as few as 5% of the populations.    I am also encouraged by the many people who have not read Quigley, yet by the sheer force of their own intellectual skills and keen observations, can impute without the direct information provided by Quigley.   Without Quigley, they point to inconsistencies in the official historical record and the official stories of finance, geopolitics and social engineering that deserve a complete accounting and then demand an explanation.   The interview below with Paul Craig Roberts is a very good example of the brilliant intellect of PCR who struggles without the benefit of Quigley.

Paul Craig Roberts Interviewed by John B. Wells, Caravan To Midnight

Another good example of brilliance overcoming ignorance without the benefit of Quigley can be seen in the excellent interview of NSA Whistleblower William Binney by Richard Grove here.
Obviously, Mr. Grove is well versed in Quigley, but the question must be asked:  How much more effective would Binney or PCR be if they had the benefit of Quigley’s and Sutton’s documented evidence?

I’ve often said …

“There are two kinds of people: Those who have read Quigley and those who have not; and it is very easy to tell the difference.” 

I didn’t say this to be offensive or elitist or to prove I’m smarter than anyone else. I said it simply because it is true. Once the truth of what Quigley said hits you, you can never go home again, you can never see the world the same way again. Your innocence is lost.   Your naive belief in the goodness of so many institutions is forever shattered by documented fact. You see with clear eyes and so you are more difficult to fool by those who build the walled-gardens of propaganda where most of your fellows live out their intellectual lives; never questioning the construction of these walls, built of ‘well-established’ assumptions which are in fact lies.

But even with the revelations provided by Quigley, Sutton and others, the picture is never complete and of course changes over time.   The old guards die, providing room for the new oligarchs and their attendant power structures; but these changes are mostly traceable and predictable. The footprints of the past are seen everywhere in the present. Today, we have a new generation of brave, brilliant investigators and heroes who have continued –sometimes at great personal sacrifice– to peel back the curtain so that we can observe those who seek to enslave the rest of us for their own selfish purposes. See the Julian Assange interview below.

Assange on ‘US Empire,’ Assad govt overthrow plans & new book ‘The WikiLeaks Files’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Published on Sep 9, 2015

Afshin Rattansi goes underground with the world’s most wanted publisher – the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. He has just co-authored a book – the WikiLeaks Files, and it paints a picture of systemic US torture and killing as well as the destruction of the lives and livelihoods of billions of people right around the world.

There are many examples of our Superstars who have read and understand Quigley and Sutton: