Harriet Tubman learned early that if you sought to free a “slave” from bondage, it was not enough to simply go onto the plantation and armed only with the “art of persuasion”. The “slave” world run back to the master and inform him of your presence on the plantation. The rest is history.
To keep “slaves” ignorant and stupid, censorship was the order of the day. From the beginning, it was illegal to teach literacy to “slaves”. A “slave”, armed with literacy, could “write” himself or herself right off the plantation. These plantations were governed by “pass laws” . A “slave” had to travel for the benefit of the master.
If a “slave” became literate, he or she would not be a “slave” eternally. “Slaves” resented a Black person with intelligence and armed with literacy. This was a “smart nigger”. The “slave” was the master’s “eyes and ears”. Negroes are taught today to be aware of a “smart nigger”. Today, a “slave” still will not listen to a “smart nigger”. The evidence can be found in pre-K.
Today, Black talk radio is the slavemaster’s “eyes and ears”. White supremacists finance it. Invariably, it is hosted by a Negro ignoramus. If it is discovered that a radio host is a “smart nigger”, he or she is immediately given the axe. There is a difference between the “airwaves” and the “drum”. Don’t be confused.
Anyone who is not afraid of “smart niggers” should assemble on Monday, July 29 at 7:00 p.m., at the Brooklyn Christian Center, 1061 Atlantic Avenue (bet. Classon and Franklin) in Brooklyn. Take the “C” train to Franklin Ave. Walk three blocks to Brooklyn Christian Center in a well-travelled area. This is a special meeting. The regularly-scheduled UAM forum will happen on Wednesday, July 31 at 7:00 p.m.
“Smart niggers” will be discussing the historical origins of “Stand Your Ground” laws and the true remedies for Blacks. Marching (pacification programming) is not an option and censorship will block the truth. “Only the truth shall set you free”. This was Justice S. Barrett Hickman’s instruction to the jury in Pagones v. Maddox, et. al.: “Truth is no defense to defamation”. Why?