FEDS Video-Redemption:The Legend Of Richard “Pee- Wee Kirkland”***messymandella***

         Richard “Pee-Wee” Kirkland is a premier Harlem Legend  because of his business sense and undeniable talent. It doesn’t matter what you have learned in your History classes about a handful of  Black Activist, you had to miss one. The Rucker Park is not only a legend of Harlem but the place where Kareem Abdul Jabar even graced the court.

            Our  “Legends” are missing from the History Books. We as an Urban force must investigate and gather information on  our urban culture, our legends need their stories told, and we need  to past these stories down to the next generation. Numerous people have came through Harlem, after the “Harlem Renaissance.” You will not read about these  African- American men and women in a Southern History Books. These men and women are not considered heros. What makes a hero, and when do we become a legend? Your story has to be told, it will help someone who may have assumed that path would bring them to riches. You can save a life, and money that would be used for that prisoners. You are a hero, if you can stop one girl from selling her body for drugs, or any man from supplying his mother with drugs. Every little action will start positive energy in out communities.

           It is mandatory that I  show love to our “Street Legends.” I am not bigging up the game, because you can’t win from it; but you can learn from it!

            Pee-Wee Kirkland‘s life unfolded but only a few of those moments are on film. Pee Wee’s life and other street stars like Karlton Hines, and Earl “The Goat” Manigault  have their own underworld tragedy’s and choses that solidified their future.  One thing undebatable in the culture is that every man who serves a prison system  could tell you when and where they “got caught slipping.” What  you choose  is the most important factor at that moment, but  short-term gratification will always derail a “Street Legend.”

         Pee-Wee Kirkland  walked through the doors of “The Rucker” gymnasium founded by Holcombe Rucker, “The Rucker” showcases African-American talent in the Harlem and surrounding neighborhoods. Holcombe Rucker  awarded  scholarships to the lower class residents second class citizens because of the color of their skin. In 1969  Pee-Wee Kirkland had a chance to play for the “Chicago Bulls” but he could not leave the Drug Game. When they discussed signing benefits and the contractual agreement he wasn’t interested.

         Pee-Wee was in “The Game”  and told the Chicago Bulls recruiter that he had more money in his pocket right now than that $15,000 they were offering. So, he shot down a reality for a street dream. Pee Wee became a Basketball star, but it was behind the Prison walls and mandatory rules with no freedom that he had at “Rucker Park.” In prison he scored 465 points in 8 games, just imagine if he would have signed that Bulls Contract…

According To Wikipedia, Pee-Wee   played in prison from 1981 to 1988 in La Tuna, Texas. In the Anthracite Basketball League of central Pennsylvania he scored 100 and 135 points in one game.[5]   

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After you watch this video you will see that Pee- Wee Kirkland is telling you exactly what I have been preaching  since the beginning of messymandella.com.

We have to change our own destiny and stop creating havoc in our  own communities.

Freedom came once Pee-Wee, as a man, matured and used self evaluation and acceptance to move forward.

I don’t care who you are and what you are doing; I believe in you and apparently so does Pee-Wee Kirkland.

Maybe you don’t want to hear the message from a prissy, petite light-bright chick?

Maybe you will  accept the message from someone who knows what we are into now, and how we are putting fuel  to our personal and cultural inevitable destruction.

 We have to make change!

I had look at myself, I judged people who have unsavory titles as automatic enemies before even learning who they were. I am not perfect, I matured in the process. Once you continuously demean people who pushes them further into destruction. I learned that and regret that, and now is the time for us to work together to improve our situation. We have too many people with commissary books, and unplanned baby mama drama.

We have to do better or the Civil Rights Movement wasn’t even worth the fight!

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Thirsty Thursday Sermon: Don’t Let The Lord Snatch Your Wig!***messymandella***

Well

Well

Well

You thought you could outsmart everybody!

You didn’t and now it is time to pay what you owe to the Lawd.  So you have some dreams  and what not, and you want  a

fulfilling life, but not just yet because you still dancing with the devil.

You want to play games with the Devil, and assume that God can’t see through your phuckery!

Well Dammit, everyone has been laughing at your ass because the lack of loyalty and respect from the world is partly

your own responsibility.

If you don’t stand for something, you will always live that Microwave Superficial Life and that is the reason people only

discuss what you did…

Your ideology can not change just because no one else is watching…

God and Florida Evans are always watching you!

 

THIS MESSAGE IS FOR MY YOUNG FEMALE READERS!

How precious is your body to you?

Black and Latino women have the highest form of AIDS, but we must keep treating ass like it is recyclable.

Do you want that gutter life?

What happens after you played yourself, and how will you regain your life after being used and treated like trash?

When you send me nude photos on their phone, they show everyone and will even pass your phone number around  because they are not real men. They are Satanic Puppets use to destroy our culture and treat women worse than slave and have nothing to offer you ten years from now. You can’t build a future with someone shallow and lost.

Do you want to be a prison wife that stays loyal to a man, that wasn’t loyal to you while he was out in the streets?

We spend too much time dealing  with people who have nothing to offer you but superficial needs and a mountain of lies.

You deserve happiness in life, and let people burn their own bridges.

If a person has been getting arrested since they were 19 years old and STILL are always in front of the judge in their 40’s and 50’s what the HELL can they contribute to you?

They ain’t trying for shit!

They will be a substitute parents and a semi-boyfriend, because they will only be around to lecture you, but you really ain’t going to listen because they are just temporarily in your life.

Don’t just be one of those women arguing over a baby daddy that living with momma, and refuses to fill out an application, because they will garnish his wages. 

Find someone with a W-2 and has some means of providing for your family.  Even if they are in the street life, they should STILL have a blue print to life that includes you in it.

No man

No penis

No drama

No money

should

hinder

you

 life.

Half of our men are headed to the prison anyway, and they will not learn. You can send him all the commissary you want but believe me when I say when he gets home, he will be the same damn person.

 He will go right back to Papi to get those  same bricks, and still call those same damn chicks.  You will be outside that prison crying and visiting that same glass window screaming

damn

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet An Angel By The Name Of Raijan McDaniels! ***messymandella***

Look into those eyes.

If you look in his eyes long enough you imagine his that burning sensation in his body as he looked up in horror and glanced at someone he called mommy; and disturbing last hours, or can you?

If we watch the news we are more inclined to believe faces like Raijan’s are everywhere and that his life was stolen but not vindicated, but this case is different.

In the end no one fought for his life, until it was too late.

I am praying that the reason he is an angel now gone away  is because of his mother’s Post Traumatic Stress, which is something that she could not regulate, that caused her actions.

There is yellow tape around a lifeless home, that in the end did not bring shelter, and it once contained laughter and toys.

Now it is too late.

The fact remains that no soul or heart beat is in Raijan and no amount of tears or money can bring him back.

Why should you keep reading, why should we care? THESE stories matter too. WE have to stop this murder, and we also have to protect our boys and girls.

We may have someone in our personal circle that you feel may exhibit dangerous behavior; you will not be a snitch, if it saves a life! It improves the situation of home and well-being and demonstrate to the youth that we love them as our own .

We have an accountability to provide security to a child.

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Tears from you and I will never bring him back, but ask questions and end the in, if the Steward of that child fails we can’t be an innocent bystander.

When children are murdered and we noticed but ignored the signs we let them down.

Where is the innocence in that…

8-year-old Raijon Daniels (above) died after allegedly being beaten, tortured and possibly ‘forced’ to drink household cleaner by his mother Teresa Marie Moses (pictured above). Police in Richmond, CA., say, this is one of the worst cases of child abuse they’ve ever seen. A few of the officers have already requested therapy.

Moses, 23, was arrested on suspicion of murder, torture, child endangerment and child abuse. Police said the boy was covered head to toe with injuries and he lived in horrible conditions, staying in a locked room (which resembled a jail cell) outfitted with a surveillance camera and handcuffed to a bed.

Moses fed him food that was mixed in a blender, mainly spaghetti and beans. Moses works for UPS as a supervisor and told police that she had disciplined him for what she perceived to be misbehavior. She thought he was playing mind games with her when he urinated on an uncovered mattress with no blanket.

In 2005, Raijon ran away by jumping out a second floor window and then stole toys at a store because he didn’t have any at home. Authorities filed a report with Child Protective Services but he was returned to his mother.

Last Friday, police arrived to find Raijon non responsive with traces of vomit on his face. Raijon had whip marks, burns, cuts and scars that covered every inch of his body. His mother admitted to pouring household cleaners over his genitals to discourage him from urinating.

During the interrogation, Moses was strictly business and didn’t appear remorseful and never once asked about how her son was doing. When police told her that he was dead, she tried to cry but no tears came out.

Ironically, Moses also has a three year old daughter who also lived in the apartment. Unlike her son, her daughter was unharmed and her room was filled with toys. She has been placed in Child Protection Services…”

Mommy is home…

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2316739/Mother-freed-THREE-years-sentenced-torturing-year-old-son-death-fleetingly-legally-insane.html

“A San Francisco woman who tortured, abused and murdered her eight-year-old son is a free woman today, seven years after her little boy was found dead in a pool of his own vomit in 2006 and three years after she was sentenced.

Teresa Moses, 30, from Richmond, was declared not guilty by reason of insanity in 2010 for killing her son Raijon Daniels and has spent the last three years in a mental hospital receiving treatment for a condition that doctors have called ‘fleeting’.

No longer deemed a risk to society, the rehabilitated mother has been placed in Contra Costa County’s Forensic Conditional Release Program, known as Con-REP under which her continued recovery will be monitored closely. 

Ms Moses was mother to Raijon and a younger daughter who was placed in foster care while she awaited trial…”

 

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