UAM vs. Trump University ©

If ancient Egypt is the world’s oldest civilization, it would stand to reason that Africa, rather than Europe, should be the venue for any initial inquiry.  Africa is the world’s “alpha” and the world’s “omega”.  This is why the world is scurrying to get into Africa, the world’s breadbasket.

That being the case, the University of Alton Maddox was established on August 17, 1988 in commemoration of Hon. Marcus Garvey and is the signal support for “Lucy,” the most abused and least protected female in the world. Like Assata Shakur, Tawana Brawley is a litmus test.

For a generation, Alton Maddox was its sole investor.  Through Brown v. Board of Education 347 U.S. 483 (1954), our best clay would seek white sculptors to shape it.  This led to Mis-Education of the Negro.  Dr. Carter G. Woodson would admit that it took three decades to re-shape his “clay” in the image of the “First World.”

It was necessary that UAM have a Slave Theater.  The resurrection of the African requires “Negroes” to go back before we can move forward.  Among other things, it required the Slave Theater to enjoy the right of sovereignty. Unwittingly, Dr. Cornel West became the catalyst.  In the end, Southgate v. UAM would emulate the “Trial of Socrates.”

Maddox had to wear, at least, two hats. He had to lead by example.  This meant that he had to enter the lion’s den on behalf of a people who was even unwilling to raise a war chest.  His people would quietly sit in the bleachers in the “Roman Coliseum.”  Whites would chant the N-word and demand that Maddox play fair.  His mouth was aimed at the lion’s “Achilles heel.”

The struggle against Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896) had to be institutionalized. Howard University was its launching pad. Charles Hamilton Houston was its conductor. James M. Nabrit, Jr. would author Cases and Materials on Civil Rights.  This was a first for any law school in the United “States.”

As Alton Maddox said last week on his late sister’s Earth Day, whites had refused to lay a foundation for the Thirteenth Amendment.  In 1777, Vermont established the model for freeing enslaved Africans.  A state had to first lay the foundation.  The failure to lay a proper foundation invalidates its goal.

By 1804, all states north of Delaware had taken actions to abolish slavery.  They embraced the Vermont model either in the state constitution or in a statute.  New York and New Jersey took the slow lane.  New York added a prison-industrial complex.  Eventually, the Economistwould describe the United “States” as the “Jailhouse Nation.”

President Abraham Lincoln vowed not to free the slaves.  Congress followed by adopting resolutions in 1860 to reinforce slavery.  Like “Bush 43,” Lincoln had failed to carry the popular vote.  The Confederate forces attacked Fort Sumter, SC on April 12, 1861.  Lincoln declared this attack an “insurrection.”  Trump is predicting another “insurrection.”

Military science changes things.  As a war measure, Lincoln had to perpetrate a fraud on gullible blacks.  The 1863 Emancipation Proclamation was issued to maintain the statusquo.  It was not even an executive order and it had no impact on executive agencies.  Similarly, it had no impact on the military.

The Confederate States of America took note.  On May 1, 1863, the Confederate Congress passed a resolution to execute or enslave black, Union soldiers.  The U.S. War Department had established the “Bureau of Colored Troops” to address the recruitment and organization of black troops who were fighting for the Union as “slaves.”

Black women believed that they were “citizens” of the United States because Charlotte Ray had been admitted to the bar of the District of Columbia.  This was an administrative mistake.  She eventually became a teacher in Brooklyn, New York.  Brooklyn schools were “separate and unequal.”

The U.S. Supreme Court announced inBradwell v. Illinois, 16 Wall. (83 U.S.) 130 (1873) that black women must use “common sense” as that term was defined in Thomas Paine’s book of the same name.  It did not follow that white men, in 1868, would elevate the rights of black women over white women.  White men had lied to black women.

The Fourteenth Amendment was ratified to insulate Asian men.  Until 1954, Plessy v. Ferguson, 163 U.S. 537 (1896) controlled any rights that blacks enjoyed under the U.S. Constitution.  This was an upgrade from Scott v. Sanford 19 How. (60 U.S.) 393 (1857).  Yick Wo v. Hopkins 118 U.S. 356 (1886) allowed Asian men to earn a living independent of white men.

Plessy v. Ferguson was causing an unexpected result.  Blacks, in the South, were enjoying educational autonomy.  It was producing persons like Martin L. King, Jr., H. Rap Brown, Robert Williams, Harry and Harriette Moore, Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers, Fred Shuttlesworth, Jo Ann Robinson, Elijah Muhammad, Cassius Clay, Fannie L. Hamer, Vernon Johns, Willie P. Mitchell et. al.

  1. Edgar Hoover, Thurgood Marshall and Judge J. Waites Waring had to manufacture a “bait and switch” from Briggs v. Elliot 349 U.S. 249 (1955) to Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954). This was a shift from self-autonomy to a merger in violation of anti-trust laws.  The purpose of this merger was to end any semblance of racial autonomy.

Harper’s Magazine invited four, successful, class action lawyers to answer, “Does America owe a debt to descendants of its slaves?” Justice William H. Rehnquist of the U.S. Supreme Court would “father” the $ilver rites movement to sidetrack this class action question. Rehnquist sanctioned racial apartheid.

Hillary Clinton would use the $ilver rites movement to continue the aims of her husband, Bill Clinton, the first “”black president of the United States.”  This false belief emanates from racial disillusionment.  It would take a herculean resistance to circumvent a need for mental therapy.  No slavemaster was required to furnish mental therapy.

This omission is fatal to a claim that any lawsuit for reparations is time-barred.  I explained the need for conditions precedent to ratifying the Thirteenth Amendment.  This was a critical lecture to understanding a demand for reparations.  Justice for descendants of enslaved Africans can never be achieved without reparations.

Similarly, slavery is a “continuing wrong” for descendants of enslaved Africans.  A “continuing wrong” permits an aggrieved person to sue for reparations.  HELP explains the viability for pursuing reparations.  It would end the consolidation of wealth.  The economic life of “Super PACs” would come to a screeching halt.

The return of former Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders to New York must be different.  There must be no “dog and pony shows.”  This also applies, in the future, to states with presidential primaries.  A town hall meeting requires “mutuality of obligations.”  This means that voters, unlike “slaves,” must enjoy the right to bargain.  America was formed by Pilgrims. Reparations allows this country to have an accurate, balance sheet.

For the sacrifices of our revered ancestors, we owe them a demand in 2016 for a redistribution of wealth.  Because of intellectual property and black labor, there has to be a transfer of wealth into black hands.  No reason exists for any black person to be impoverished, landless and homeless except for the guile of HNICs.

UAM also offers a correspondence course in the law to help students effectively represent black and unpopular defendants. Persons who reside in states like New York can benefit from an accredited, correspondence course. Arthur Shores, a school teacher, enrolled in La Salle Extension University.  He was admitted to the Alabama bar on October 4, 1937.

Alabama had a scarcity of black lawyers in the 1930’s.  Shores became the third black lawyer.  At the time of the Scottsboro Boys Case, there may have been two black lawyers in Alabama.  The Protective National Detective Association sought to recruit black lawyers to Alabama.

New York barred Maddox from practicing law due to judicial ignorance and terrorism amid blacks. He was accorded a slave hearing and all blacks in New York took “the Fifth.”  Maddox insisted on a public hearing in a ceremonial courtroom. This means that the transcript of this slave hearing could not be sealed.  No one will challenge this slave hearing with a ten-foot pole.

In 2015, New York was pressured to hold a hearing on attorney discipline. The only black complainant was Maddox even though hundreds of black lawyers practice law in New York and Jim Crow exists in the practice of law. There were three venues and only Maddox had the temerity to offer testimony in Manhattan.  These unconstitutional practices against Maddox are having a “chilling effect” on all black lawyers.

During slavery, “slaves” did not have to know the law.  “Slaves” only had to obey all whites.  This placed “slaves” in compliance with the slave codes.  Code law is more oppressive than common law. Sen. Ted Cruz opposes the IRS because it enforces code law. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, supports code law. See also the UCC.

After slavery, blacks were presumed to know the law even though most “slaves” were illiterate and had been disenfranchised.  Many of these former “slaves” and their descendants are enrolled in “Jailhouse Nation.”  Alton Maddox is unable to practice law in state and federal courts because he refuses to be a “slave.”  This recalcitrant posture does not bode well for blacks.

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