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Bad, Journey, and Love: Machine Gun Kelly Tapped To Play Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee In Netflix Biopic "The Dirt" @balleralert M A CHIN GUN KELLY THE 2 7 TOUR WHIT Machine Gun Kelly Tapped To Play Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee In Netflix Biopic “The Dirt” - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ColsonBaker, who is better known by his rapper name, MachineGunKelly is taking his skills to the big screens to play Motley Crue drummer, Tommy Lee in a new Netflix biopic called “The Dirt.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The movie is based on the 2001 autobiography “The Dirt: Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band,” and will portray the band’s journey to stardom, from the good to bad. In addition, it will highlight the rock era during the ‘80s on the Sunset Strip. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The film has been in development since 2006. Jeff Tremaine (“Jackass” movies) will work as the director, Rich Wilkes, and Tom Kapinos will be scriptwriters. Chris Nilsson, Steve Kline, and Rick Yorn will be executive producers; and to top it off, Motley Crue members will also be contributing as co-producers. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Motley Crue’s genre is a mix of hard, heavy and glam rock. The LA-based band debuted its first album “Too Fast for Love,” in 1981 since then they’ve gone on to sell millions of albums across the world. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The last time the band had a performance was back in 2015 on New Year’s Eve at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Bad, Journey, and Love: Machine Gun Kelly Tapped To Play
 Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee
 In Netflix Biopic "The Dirt"
 @balleralert
 M A CHIN
 GUN
 KELLY
 THE
 2 7
 TOUR
 WHIT
Machine Gun Kelly Tapped To Play Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee In Netflix Biopic “The Dirt” - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ColsonBaker, who is better known by his rapper name, MachineGunKelly is taking his skills to the big screens to play Motley Crue drummer, Tommy Lee in a new Netflix biopic called “The Dirt.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The movie is based on the 2001 autobiography “The Dirt: Confessions of the World’s Most Notorious Rock Band,” and will portray the band’s journey to stardom, from the good to bad. In addition, it will highlight the rock era during the ‘80s on the Sunset Strip. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The film has been in development since 2006. Jeff Tremaine (“Jackass” movies) will work as the director, Rich Wilkes, and Tom Kapinos will be scriptwriters. Chris Nilsson, Steve Kline, and Rick Yorn will be executive producers; and to top it off, Motley Crue members will also be contributing as co-producers. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Motley Crue’s genre is a mix of hard, heavy and glam rock. The LA-based band debuted its first album “Too Fast for Love,” in 1981 since then they’ve gone on to sell millions of albums across the world. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The last time the band had a performance was back in 2015 on New Year’s Eve at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Machine Gun Kelly Tapped To Play Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee In Netflix Biopic “The Dirt” - Blogged by: @RaquelHarrisTV ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀...

Books, Life, and Love: Tina Turner To Release Autobiography in 2018 @balleralert Tina Turner To Release Autobiography in 2018 – blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Three decades after the release of her first autobiography, TinaTurner will release her second memoir - “Tina Turner: My Love Story.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The new book, which is set to be released in October of next year, will aide in celebrating the singer’s 60th anniversary in music. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Atria Books announced the new release on Monday, adding that it will focus on Turner’s life after Ike Turner, as she struggles to find love and survive a “life-threatening illness.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The new novel is said to be a sequel to Turner’s previous memoir, “I, Tina,” which was turned into the popular film, “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” starring AngelaBassett. That book and film focused on the abusive relationship between her and her late husband, IkeTurner. Although the two were successful together, Ike’s history of violence against her led to their separation and subsequent divorce in 1978. Since then though, Turner went on to find solo success in music and film. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Turner, otherwise known as The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, is one of the world’s best selling artists of all time, deemed the most successful female Rock ‘n’ Roll artist. Now, with the release of her new book, Turner will be looking to match the success of “I, Tina” which was a worldwide best-seller.
Books, Life, and Love: Tina Turner To Release
 Autobiography in 2018
 @balleralert
Tina Turner To Release Autobiography in 2018 – blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Three decades after the release of her first autobiography, TinaTurner will release her second memoir - “Tina Turner: My Love Story.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The new book, which is set to be released in October of next year, will aide in celebrating the singer’s 60th anniversary in music. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Atria Books announced the new release on Monday, adding that it will focus on Turner’s life after Ike Turner, as she struggles to find love and survive a “life-threatening illness.” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The new novel is said to be a sequel to Turner’s previous memoir, “I, Tina,” which was turned into the popular film, “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” starring AngelaBassett. That book and film focused on the abusive relationship between her and her late husband, IkeTurner. Although the two were successful together, Ike’s history of violence against her led to their separation and subsequent divorce in 1978. Since then though, Turner went on to find solo success in music and film. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Turner, otherwise known as The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, is one of the world’s best selling artists of all time, deemed the most successful female Rock ‘n’ Roll artist. Now, with the release of her new book, Turner will be looking to match the success of “I, Tina” which was a worldwide best-seller.

Tina Turner To Release Autobiography in 2018 – blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Three decades after the release of her first autobiograp...

Africa, Books, and Children: There's no better way to inform and expand your mind on a regular basis than to get into the habit of reading good literature. SOULAR SOULIA MENT I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: There's no better way to inform and
 expand your mind on a regular basis
 than to get into the habit of reading
 good literature.
 SOULAR
 SOULIA
 MENT
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

Africa, Books, and Children: SHARE THIS IMAGE, BECAUSE IT WILL NEVER MAKE IT TO THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA BLACKTIVIST I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: SHARE THIS IMAGE,
 BECAUSE IT WILL NEVER MAKE
 IT TO THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA
 BLACKTIVIST
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

Africa, Books, and Children: Book shelf goals I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: Book shelf goals
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

Memes, Business, and Indonesia: RKSD Sosok Dukun yang hadi Penasihat Spiritual Soeharto HUMANDoD Soeharto adalah Presiden ke-2 yang memimpin Indonesia selama 31 tahun. Sosok Soeharto terkenal dengan aturan hidup yang kental dengan budaya Jawa. Hal itu juga yang membuat Soeharto tak lepas dari kesan mistis. Benar saja, ternyata selama memimpin bangsa ini, Soeharto dibantu oleh Mayor Jenderal Sudjono Humardani. Dia adalah staf pribadi Soeharto yang memegang urusan keuangan dan ekonomi. Kedekatan Sudjono dan Soeharto diungkap dalam buku biografi Liem Sioe Liong berjudul 'Liem Sioe Liong's Salim Group: The Business Pillar of Suharto's Indonesia. Dalam buku itu diketahui, hanya Soedjono yang boleh masuk ke kamar Soeharto selain Ibu Tien. Bukan hanya staf pribadi, Sudjono juga dikenal sebagai dukun andal yang menjadi penasihat spiritual Soeharto. Para jurnalis asing yang tak mengerti konsep mistis Jawa, melihat Sudjono adalah sosok yang aneh. Keterangan salah satu jurnalis mengungkap bahwa Sudjono menerima duta negara barat di ruangan gelap. "Dia mengenakan semacam kostum Jawa, berjalan dengan kaki telanjang dan ada beberapa barang yang sepertinya mengandung kekuatan gaib," kata jurnalis itu dalam buku tersebut. Ya, saat itu Sudjono diketahui menerima tamu dengan kaki telanjang. Dia menerima tamunya di ruangan yang hanya diterangi cahaya lilin. Hingga akhirnya muncul julukan untuk Soedjono, yaitu 'Menteri Urusan Mistis'. Namun bila ditelisik ke belakang, hubungan Soeharto dan Sudjono memang sudah lama terjalin. Keduanya adalah murid spiritual Romo Diyat. Pada waktu itu, Romo Diyat pernah berpesan kepada Sudjono untuk menjaga Soeharto yang diramalkan akan menjadi orang hebat. Namun Soeharto justru mengecilkan peran Sudjono. Dia membantah menjadikan Sudjono sebagai guru spiritualnya. Hal itu disampaikan Soeharto dalam buku biografinya yang berjudul Soeharto: My Thoughts, Words and Deeds; An Autobiography'. "Saya mendengar orang-orang mengatakan bahwa dia mengetahui ilmu mistis lebih dari saya, namun Djono dulu sering sungkem ke saya. Dia menganggap saya sebagai senior yang mempunyai lebih banyak mengetahui soal mistis jadi bagi siapa yang berpikir bahwa Djono adalah guru mistis saya, maka dia salah,"kata Soeharto. Sumber: https:-m.otonomi.co
Memes, Business, and Indonesia: RKSD
 Sosok Dukun
 yang hadi Penasihat
 Spiritual Soeharto
HUMANDoD Soeharto adalah Presiden ke-2 yang memimpin Indonesia selama 31 tahun. Sosok Soeharto terkenal dengan aturan hidup yang kental dengan budaya Jawa. Hal itu juga yang membuat Soeharto tak lepas dari kesan mistis. Benar saja, ternyata selama memimpin bangsa ini, Soeharto dibantu oleh Mayor Jenderal Sudjono Humardani. Dia adalah staf pribadi Soeharto yang memegang urusan keuangan dan ekonomi. Kedekatan Sudjono dan Soeharto diungkap dalam buku biografi Liem Sioe Liong berjudul 'Liem Sioe Liong's Salim Group: The Business Pillar of Suharto's Indonesia. Dalam buku itu diketahui, hanya Soedjono yang boleh masuk ke kamar Soeharto selain Ibu Tien. Bukan hanya staf pribadi, Sudjono juga dikenal sebagai dukun andal yang menjadi penasihat spiritual Soeharto. Para jurnalis asing yang tak mengerti konsep mistis Jawa, melihat Sudjono adalah sosok yang aneh. Keterangan salah satu jurnalis mengungkap bahwa Sudjono menerima duta negara barat di ruangan gelap. "Dia mengenakan semacam kostum Jawa, berjalan dengan kaki telanjang dan ada beberapa barang yang sepertinya mengandung kekuatan gaib," kata jurnalis itu dalam buku tersebut. Ya, saat itu Sudjono diketahui menerima tamu dengan kaki telanjang. Dia menerima tamunya di ruangan yang hanya diterangi cahaya lilin. Hingga akhirnya muncul julukan untuk Soedjono, yaitu 'Menteri Urusan Mistis'. Namun bila ditelisik ke belakang, hubungan Soeharto dan Sudjono memang sudah lama terjalin. Keduanya adalah murid spiritual Romo Diyat. Pada waktu itu, Romo Diyat pernah berpesan kepada Sudjono untuk menjaga Soeharto yang diramalkan akan menjadi orang hebat. Namun Soeharto justru mengecilkan peran Sudjono. Dia membantah menjadikan Sudjono sebagai guru spiritualnya. Hal itu disampaikan Soeharto dalam buku biografinya yang berjudul Soeharto: My Thoughts, Words and Deeds; An Autobiography'. "Saya mendengar orang-orang mengatakan bahwa dia mengetahui ilmu mistis lebih dari saya, namun Djono dulu sering sungkem ke saya. Dia menganggap saya sebagai senior yang mempunyai lebih banyak mengetahui soal mistis jadi bagi siapa yang berpikir bahwa Djono adalah guru mistis saya, maka dia salah,"kata Soeharto. Sumber: https:-m.otonomi.co

HUMANDoD Soeharto adalah Presiden ke-2 yang memimpin Indonesia selama 31 tahun. Sosok Soeharto terkenal dengan aturan hidup yang kental deng...

Africa, Books, and Cars: Respect to all my brothers posing next to books instead of bottles,cars and money. It's been a long day, Goodnight x I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Cars: Respect to all my brothers posing next
 to books instead of bottles,cars and
 money.
It's been a long day, Goodnight x I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

It's been a long day, Goodnight x I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyd...

Africa, Books, and Children: You May Be Handsome But What Can I Learn From You? You can have great sex but if that's it... what's the point? I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: You May Be Handsome But
 What Can I Learn From You?
You can have great sex but if that's it... what's the point? I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

You can have great sex but if that's it... what's the point? I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching oth...

Africa, Books, and Children: Me trying to gain knowledge like... Chakabars I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars
Africa, Books, and Children: Me trying to gain knowledge like...
 Chakabars
I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't debate with people on racism, or holistic nutrition, if they have read no books on the subject and just have opinions via the news and their poor education of the dichotomy. It's always the poorly educated and those who feel the most subconscious guilt who are the most in denial, but guilt helps nobody, you didn't create racism, yet some do benefit from it today. Learn about it and destroy it. I think it's useful to be able to stand up with "thugs" or debate with scholars. Many opinions on Race (original acronym definition The Royal African Company of England, this was created during European enslavement of Africans) but not so much reading of books with African authors will leave the Africans frustrated-apathetic and the Europeans feeling guilty-apathetic and there is really no need. All of this psychology has been created. Here is my reading list, please share :) The autobiography of Malcolm X as narrated to Alex Haley How Europe underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney Black skin white masks by frantz fanon The spirit of intimacy by Sobonfu some African holistic health by Dr Llaila o Afrika Nutricide by Dr Llaila o Afrika Handbook for raising black children, A comprehensive holistic guide by Dr Llaila o Afrika The African origin of civilisation by Cheikh Anta diop The destruction of black civilisation by Chancellor Williams Dead Aid By Dambisa Moyo Two thousand seasons By Ayi kwei Armah Staying power by Peter fryer The Indian Slave trade by Alan Gallay The legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa by John Alembillah Azumah Behold a pale horse by Milton William Cooper Medical Apartheid by Harriet A Washington The new Jim Crow: mass incarceration in the age of colorblindness by Michelle Alexander The Star of deep beginning by Charles finch MD chakabars

I spend half of the time bettering myself and the rest of the time teaching others :) People ask me everyday what books I read, as I won't d...

Disappointed, Instagram, and Internet: WRESTLING NEWS Justin Roberts: Triple H Is Not A Hero, He "Keeps Certain Guys Down" April 12, 2017 Posted by @TheWWENewsPage on Instagram adERIN Former WWE announcer Justin Roberts says he told the truth about how he was treated in the company in his new autobiography Best Seat in the House: Your Backstage Pass through My WWE Journey - In a recent interview with Wrestledelphia.com, Roberts was asked about Triple H, JBL, and WWE executive Kevin Dunn coming off in a negative light in the book. Roberts says he only told the truth about his experiences with them, and readers have to come to their own conclusions about those individuals - "I didn’t really give my opinion on them," Roberts said of Triple H, JBL and Dunn. "I just told the story of my experiences and how they came into my story and what their involvement was. By telling the story, you as a reader can say that guy seems like a great guy or that guy doesn’t seem like a great guy. I tell my story and the role everybody played and how I was treated by everybody. I didn’t make anything up – that’s the best part of the book. It’s completely honest." - The former WWE announcer added that if Triple H, JBL and Dunn had treated him better, he would have put that in his story. Roberts feels that aside from those three, everyone else in the book came off in a positive light - When asked about Triple H specifically, Roberts feels fans who think The Game is a "hero" because of his NXT leadership might be disappointed. He claims to have seen Triple H holding certain talent back from succeeding to protect his own interests, despite no longer being an active wrestler himself - “It’s hard when you’re on the outside and you read things," he said. "We all see that Triple H is this hero among the internet. He’s the guy standing up for the wrestling fans, telling Vince to make this better. For us, internally in the company, we thought there’s a great chance he’ll be on our side and look out for us and try to help. Then you see him come in and clip the wings off certain guys and keep certain guys down. You realize he’s just looking out for himself." - WWE JustinRoberts TripleH WWENews WrestlingNews
Disappointed, Instagram, and Internet: WRESTLING
 NEWS
 Justin Roberts: Triple H Is Not
 A Hero, He "Keeps Certain
 Guys Down"
 April 12, 2017 Posted by
 @TheWWENewsPage on
 Instagram
 adERIN
Former WWE announcer Justin Roberts says he told the truth about how he was treated in the company in his new autobiography Best Seat in the House: Your Backstage Pass through My WWE Journey - In a recent interview with Wrestledelphia.com, Roberts was asked about Triple H, JBL, and WWE executive Kevin Dunn coming off in a negative light in the book. Roberts says he only told the truth about his experiences with them, and readers have to come to their own conclusions about those individuals - "I didn’t really give my opinion on them," Roberts said of Triple H, JBL and Dunn. "I just told the story of my experiences and how they came into my story and what their involvement was. By telling the story, you as a reader can say that guy seems like a great guy or that guy doesn’t seem like a great guy. I tell my story and the role everybody played and how I was treated by everybody. I didn’t make anything up – that’s the best part of the book. It’s completely honest." - The former WWE announcer added that if Triple H, JBL and Dunn had treated him better, he would have put that in his story. Roberts feels that aside from those three, everyone else in the book came off in a positive light - When asked about Triple H specifically, Roberts feels fans who think The Game is a "hero" because of his NXT leadership might be disappointed. He claims to have seen Triple H holding certain talent back from succeeding to protect his own interests, despite no longer being an active wrestler himself - “It’s hard when you’re on the outside and you read things," he said. "We all see that Triple H is this hero among the internet. He’s the guy standing up for the wrestling fans, telling Vince to make this better. For us, internally in the company, we thought there’s a great chance he’ll be on our side and look out for us and try to help. Then you see him come in and clip the wings off certain guys and keep certain guys down. You realize he’s just looking out for himself." - WWE JustinRoberts TripleH WWENews WrestlingNews

Former WWE announcer Justin Roberts says he told the truth about how he was treated in the company in his new autobiography Best Seat in the...