Sunday, May 04, 2008

The New Underground Railroad in Michigan by Akindele Akinyemi



We need to free Detroit today.

Urban conservatives must began to do things differently that is focused on revitalizing moral values in the inner city. Detroit is Godless because we have moved away from God and have moved towards the most negative energy a person can conceive.





The effects of psychological slavery are real in society. Detroit is not just the only city that is Godless but even the suburbs I visit often are feeling the same effects as Detroit.





I remember One Network member I.C. Jackson from Grand Rapids talking to me a while back about a new underground railroad. She might be onto something. I later found out that the concept was linked to Mason Weaver from California.





Detroit suffers from single-parent homes, drugs, promiscuity, abortion and sexually transmitted diseases, high school dropouts and poverty. Not one Democratic leader in office in Detroit talks about this crisis openly. They are committed to keeping the residents here on the plantation.





Last week, the Detroit Branch of the NAACP had their 53rd annual Freedom Fund dinner. While people were eating and listening to the rhetoric of Rev. Jeremiah Wright there was Rev. Dr. Levon Yuille outside protesting with a group of pro-life supporters. Rev. Yuille is the pastor of the Bible Church in Ypsilanti, MI. If anyone is fighting for freedom it's Rev. Yuille. The NAACP supports abortion because they receive donations from Planned Parenthood. If anyone knows Planned Parenthood's history you would know that they target Black children in our community. Yet, the NAACP fights for racial injustice. If this is NOT racial injustice then I do not know what is.





In fact, the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, said this about Blacks:





"We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members." Margaret Sanger's December 19, 1939 letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, 255 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts.





Because the NAACP and the Black Church have sold out their own to be part of a $4 billion industry called abortion we probably cannot rely on them in the long run.





So I.C. is right on this one. It's time we conducted an underground railroad and build our safehouses in the urban community. The LGBT community build safehouses to support their twisted lifestyles. How come Blacks who are seeking a way out cannot build a safehouse?





You would think the church community would be on board with this underground railroad. Not when 90% of the church in our community are practicing emotionalism and only 10% believe that the Bible is the moral absolute truth. That alone is a pandemic.





An new underground railroad will not be conducted by liberals for urban conservatives who are serious about seeking the true experience of God. We must connect with our spiritual nature first (I did not say anything about religion). Urban conservatives then must begin to restore the family structure in our community. This means men must understand their role as the spiritual head in the house. Because liberal politicians KNEW over 40 years ago that if they removed the Black man from the home in the inner city the family would collapse. This was shown in television shows like Good Times (which ran from 1974-1979 on CBS).





Overall, the traditional family is under siege and the challenges for young parents have never been greater. Never before in the history of this country has there been a lower probability that a child of any race will grow up in a family with a father and mother present. We now approach, as a nation, one out of every three babies being born out of wedlock.





Organizations like the Family Rights Coalition here in Michigan are helping us put together a new underground railroad. The Executive Director of the Family Rights Coalition is Michael T. Ross M.D. Here is a man who I have found more passionate about changing Detroit than most church leaders. On Monday, June 9, 2008 Dr. Ross will be speaking at Marinelli's in Madison Heights on the subject of Safeguarding Marriage And Family. I urge you to join in the discussion and join not just the Family Rights Coalition but also support the DADS and MOMS of Michigan.





Children Needs Both Parents are helping us on the New Underground Railroad here in Michigan. This is headed by Minister Ron Smith. Children Needs Both Parents is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, founded and incorporated in 1993. This is a FAMILY organization who advocate the rights of FAMILY and it's members. Their goals include counseling to both parents, supervision of visitation which will allow parents to go on escorted outings with their children as opposed to visitation taking place in a designated room and workplace support.





Robert and Angela Pedersen, R.N and Darrick Scott-Farnsworth runs A Child's Right from Battle Creek, Michigan. A Child’s Right advocates what current research, common sense, and public opinion demands; EQUAL parenting by BOTH fit parents. It is a Child’s Right to have EQUAL and substantial time with BOTH fit parents after a divorce.





If anyone is on the new underground railroad its Robert Pedersen. His commitment to children runs so deep that he plans on cycling 758 miles from Lansing , MI to Washington D.C. A grueling 758 mile cycling trek to raise awareness of a child's fundamental right to be loved, guided, educated and nurtured equally by both fit and willing parents. Cycling for Children's Rights. After pedaling 758 miles the cyclists will arrive in Washington, D.C. within five days. Later in the week the cyclists will be greeted by and speak to thousands at the Family Preservation Festival. on the Mall in Washington D.C.





There are six fathers that will peddle to Washington D.C.





Robb MacKenzie - 2007 cyclist. Upper Penninsula of Michigan - US EPBT Founder.
Robert Pedersen - 2007 cyclist. West Michigan -
Brian Downs, Esq. - Grand Rapids MI - Running for Judge in Kent County MI in 2008
Derek Bailey, MSW - Traverse City MI - American Indian. Founder of Dance4Equality
Mike Saxton - Lansing MI - Dads and Moms of Michigan
Bill Koellner - Pennsylvania - Cycling4Children





These men and women are examples of the new underground railroad here in Michigan. If we do not begin to support people who are pro-family and practice what they preach then our communities will fall even further into the abyss. I cannot understand how Blacks in our community put things like family, pro-life and education on the backburner and continue to support anything that keep us in a emotional funk without thinking about our actions and consequences first. I find more White people in conservative circles MORE interested in bringing conservative values to the city of Detroit while Blacks sit and talk about insurance redlining, pouring more money into the schools, etc.. It's time we give those Black politicans who represent us a report card from a realistic approach. If the NAACP gives out report cards urban conservatives should join in and grade the NAACP, Urban League, and other Black organizations who have sold out to the highest bidder.

I can hear the Black Nationalists/grassroots and liberation theologists now. They have people "struggling" for our "liberation," for our "freedom" and fighting against "racial injustice." This is so far from the truth. It is all based on lies and fallacies.

The new underground railroad here in Michigan must be based on economics not social justice first. Whenever you hear Black people in our community fighting for social justice please RUN. That is exactly what it is...social just-us. Just-us Black folks moaning about what has been done to us. We have to take a Booker T. (Washington) perspective and begin rebuilding our communities economically first.

Instead of opening a church on every single corner in our community how about merging several of those churches into one to create a faith-based engine to save souls. Then create banking institutions in the community so that people in the community who may not have a bank account can learn how to obtain one.

Instead of voting for name recognition we need to support people who understand who God really is and help us transform Detroit into a financial market. I grow tired of people just running for the hell of it and cannot even articulate one position they are running on.

Instead of saying no justice and no peace all the time let's try to promote justice and peace by supporting institutions of learning and faith based organizations that are promoting traditional values in our community.

The reality is Detroit needs MORE Black Republicans and independent conservatives to help balance out the economic, political and social structure of the city. The days for urban conservatives being in the closet is long gone. People are dying for leadership and guess what? They are NOT seeking liberals anymore. They want us to step up and take control of our city and region.

The unions are a thing of the past, Detroit Public Schools MUST die off at once and the automotive industry will never come back. We need Jesus to help guide this city back to glory. 90% of churches are based on emotionalism but 10% believe that the Bible is the moral absolute truth. That is a serious pandemic.

The reason for a new underground railroad?

  • We have a church on every corner and have the highest levels of crime, prostitution and drug use/selling. Why open a church in Detroit?

  • Detroit Public Schools brag about how their teachers are certified. Only 24% graduate from DPS. 76% drop out. Need I say more?

  • We have a Mayor who brags about Next Detroit and building houses. (1) No one is moving into the houses and (2) people are STEALING copper as well as gas meters and electric meters off the houses BEFORE they are built 100%. Thanks a lot Mayor Kilpatrick.

  • The Democratic Party has a monopoly on the political spectrum in Detroit. Can someone please tell me what has changed in 30 years? This is nothing but straight slavery 2008 style.

  • Black power dominates our city. It has also decimated our city as well. What good is telling people Jesus is Black if Blacks do not even represent Him well with our negative behavior? Sounds like feel good behavior to me.

  • People blame the Republicans for cutting services in the city. If we learn to conserve money and stop spending money on spinners on our Yukon Denali or Suburban then perhaps that money can be kept in the community. With all of these churches in Detroit we do not need state government taking care of the elderly or children. That is when free market economics come into play.

  • AIDS, Herpes and STDs are rampant in our community. Yet, our children are banging on the stairways, empty classrooms and back hallways at the public high schools.

  • We talk about being healthy but there is a fast food restaurant on every corner in our community. Yes, some of our very own Black people own these restaurants that are the main contributor of diabetes. This is racial injustice. However, liberal Black leadership is quiet on this issue.

  • We talk about how we need affirmative action. No we don't. The reason? Now parents have to get up off their butts and educate their children and be responsible for their academic success.

  • Black schools should be teaching MORE about Booker T. Washington, Clarence Thomas, Condoleeza Rice, Star Parker, Mason Weaver, Keith Butler, Shelby Steele, Thomas Sowell, Alveda King, Michael Steele, J.C. Watts, Janice Rogers Brown, Larry Elder, Angela McGlowan, Jesse Lee Peterson, Armstrong Williams, Walter Williams, John Hope Bryant, Ward Connerly, and many other local urban conservatives who have made a serious contribution to helping us get off the plantation. We are so saturated with Black Nationalism and socialism that we never talk about these great men and women of American society.

So yes, I agree with my sister I.C. Jackson. We do need a new underground railroad here in Michigan. I hope you are ready to leave the plantation because there is room over here for those who are seeking the experience of God. Through His power we can transform minds and hearts. But you have to be willing to take that step off the plantation. Otherwise, nothing will never change in our city and region.

Help those family organizations build stronger families in Detroit. Help those urban conservatives build charter schools in Detroit for our children. Help those who care about your health support Melalucca. Help those conservatives promote a free Detroit effort by utilizing the free market. Help support equal parenting rights for children. These are things Black organizations are not talking about at all and its sad.

Help urban conservatives free Detroit today by helping us conduct the underground railroad.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Coopted ExProgressive - Racism against Black Afrikans & People of Color is immoral - Sexism against Women is immoral - the lack of compassion that Michigan has against the poor is immoral - your mentioned Conservative leaders have not helped rid Black Afrikans of the disease of White European-American racial supremacy - but have been used by the system to further subjugate Black Afrikan people to the immoral doctrine of White European-American racial supremacy
FreeMan

Akindele F. Akinyemi said...

"but have been used by the system to further subjugate Black Afrikan people to the immoral doctrine of White European-American racial supremacy."


This SOUNDS silly. You can't even give a concrete reason of this.

Anonymous said...

Coopted ExProgressive You are using deception - Connerly is used by the system to eliminate business & educational opportunities from Black Afrikans this furthers White European-American racial supremacy
FreeMan

Akindele said...

you have no proof of this.

maidintheus said...

It's correct that anonymous has stated nothing that proves. I'd further contend that it's just an anonymous opinion. This is fine. Being able to formulate an opinion is important.

Because the subject is so crucial and opinions are indicative of where you're going and what you can achieve, what if you're a bit wrong, anonymous? I would ask you just in case, to thoughtfully look into these matters again and thoroughly. Don't let fear, prejudice, or what others say, get in the way of truth and your best interest. Only good can come from this if you are extremely observant of actual facts. You will have shown yourself to be correct or you will have done yourself the great service of updating pertinent facts that will have profound impact on you and those you know. Either way, it's a win.

dorkey said...

I can hear the Black Nationalists/grassroots and liberation theologists now. There are peoples "struggling" for thier "liberation," for their "freedom" and fighting against "racial injustice." This is so far from the truth. It is all based on lies and fallacies.


dorkey
Michigan Treatment Centers