The Poor Understands Late Fees

The Poor Understands Late Fees ©

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By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
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            I did not say that the poor loves late fees.  I said that the poor will pay late fees and exorbitant interest rates to retain a credit card, which is good for interstate commerce.  Credit cards became important after President Lyndon B. Johnson penned the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  There was a catch, however.
            “People of Color” had to trade in their citizenship rights for an upgrade in interstate travel throughout the United States. Congress had refused to enact the Civil Rights Act of 1875.  It took a Civil Rights Movement before Congress would enact the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  This was a “bait and switch.”
            This is “the rub” with the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  It only enabled “people of color” the right to travel on an interstate highway system with some legal protections. You have no federal protection on a state or on a local road.  This is especially true for “undocumented immigrants.” States’ rights are fair game for them.  Blacks and Latinos paid the interstate “highway tax” for the entire nation.
            Now, President Donald J. Trump is bent on tightening up the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.”  Trick me once, its shame on you.  Trick me twice, it’s shame on me.”  Those who fail to learn from the lessons of history are condemned to repeat the mistakes.” Infrastructure means building a wall between the rich and the poor.
            When the “swamp fox” says that he will drain the swamp, these are “code words” for “Make America White Again.”  Swine flu is contagious. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. is associated with the Civil Rights Movement. Dr. King was a preacher and not a lawyer like Charles Hamilton Houston, the architect of the Civil Rights Movement.  Dr. King had a dream.  He was a social engineer.
            I penned Compromise of 2015, which contains all the information you need to end monopoly politics, on Capitol Hill, in 2018. United African Movement/Freedom Party, led by Leah Williams and Geneva Butts, insisted on being “social parasites” while I penned it with slave labor.   I am still using slave labor for the correspondence course.  A correspondence course needs a classroom and a fair wage.
In the interim, Leola W. Maddox died under mysterious circumstances and importantly, from the “Trump and Tenant Court.”  The suspects are still at large.  Unlike any white, executive director of a political party, I have never received any compensation from UAM/Freedom Party.  White supremacists are more humane than Negro activists. Landlords use extermination.
Leola died because UAM/Freedom Party refused to provide even a housing allowance for decent housing as an alternative to a “fire trap.” I must pay a corresponding secretary to publish my political messages.  Mr. Garvey penned “Negro World.”  Where is the political duopoly and its responsibility?
            At this stage, Blacks and Latinos must take one step at a time to avoid the swine flu after the State of the Union Address on Tuesday evening. The firs step is to elevate business over a “hobby.” A hobby is not taxable.  A business must be started in a law office and it is taxable.  Slaves are exempt from the proceeds of their labor.  Income is not given on a plantation.
            Unless you pay a late free, Black and Latino professional athletes will find themselves back on a cotton field picking cotton and not on a football field with an NFL Player’s Association and providing for collective bargaining.  This is the “Divided House” syndrome.  Otherwise, you will see Colin Kaepernick and Marshawn Lynch tied to whipping posts.
            Too many Black parents raise their sons to entertain whites who love the “Roman coliseum.”  These parents hit the lottery at the NFL draft. They get an opportunity to move, temporarily, off the plantation and away from the “Big House.”  We love to watch “The Rich and Famous.”  This is a replica of the White House with a fence to keep away unfortunate, family members.
            You will be better off, in the long run, paying the late fees and interest by purchasing an overnight delivery by USPS and send a “thank you note” to Hon. Marcus Garvey in order to send a message to the U.S. Government.  This is called survival politics. You can use my name.  I have always taken the blame.
I have no medical insurance, no dental insurance, no social security benefits and no burial insurance.  There are bans on the right to travel; the right to decent housing and the right to earn a living. I am an investor and am civilly dead.  President Trump will give me a pass.  I did it pro bono. This means for the ‘public good.”  This is Wall Street ethics.
            President Donald J. Trump, like President Richard M. Nixon respects investors.  I chose to invest all of my money into racial survival.  This is a capitalist society. Today, I am running on fumes.  Blacks are “deadbeats.”  President Trump hates them, like all landlords do.  He is preparing to sign the final executive order.  It’s not personal.  It’s business.  It might be racism.
Deadbeats hate quid pro quo.  This keeps the whip off of your back and transfers it to mine.  In New York Black parents sought welfare to defend their children. Today, I am “civilly dead.”  Someday, I will be physically dead.  Hopefully, someone will ship my body back to Sunset Cemetery in Newnan, Coweta, GA.
            In the interim, send your “thank you note,” today, by express mail to:
                                    Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey
c/o Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
P.O. Box 35
Bronx, NY 10471
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