NSFW:Put You On Some Game, About This Crack Thang…***messymandella***

In 1984 at the beginning of “The Crack Epidemic” we were told that we had to “Just Say No To Drugs.”

Who the hell said, “Yes!” it wasn’t the community,so who created the game?

I am not aware of any hustler in the hood that has his own jet to fly crack through the friendly skies.

Can Tyrone standing on the corner crank up his jet,fly over and bring back product or powder to flood the streets?

Does Latorya have a compass and a Passport to Nicaragua?

You know the answer to both of those questions.


 
If it is damn near  impossible for us to flood the country and we would laughed if someone asked, don’t you think it was a fairytale back then to make all that money?

Don’t you think we were set up in 1984, when the fantasy became a financial and ethical nightmare?

We were systematically drugged and controlled by the Crack Epidemic and the families our still struggling from it.

If daddy is doing a bid, and mom has to raise 3 little girls and a son or older brother wants to be “the man of the house” that sparks the flame…

If you create those prison boxes and caskets to put men in, that community loses a builder, teacher, and protection.

It is that simple to chip away at the family structure.

You can tell when a crack head became addicted.

Look at the way they are dressed.

Most crack addicts dress in the era that they were sober.

It is a dead give away that they were cracked out in the 1980’s, if they have a side pony tail , patent leather shoes and a hot pink Wind Breaker Jacket. 

The drug epidemic broke us completely down, and even if everyone stopped slinging crack now the damage has caused prisons to be flooded, and caskets to be lowered.

Dreams were deterred and the families lost daddy, and the family structure to the game.

Now, we can attempt to bring our communities back, but the force and the poison tested on us will not go away, and once again it was not administered by us,but we suffer.

Who wanted to ruin our society? 

In 1984 Government officials could not segregate us legally.

They used the crack epidemic to  segregate us chemically and mentally,and their mission was a success.

 

 

San Jose Mercury News journalist Gary Webb sparked national controversy with his 1996 Dark Alliance series which alleged that the influx of Nicaraguan cocaine started and significantly fueled the 1980s crack epidemic. Investigating the lives and connections of Los Angeles crack dealers Ricky Ross, Oscar Danilo Blandon, and Norwin Meneses, Webb alleged that profits from these crack sales were funneled to the CIA-supported Contras.[8] Although Webb never claimed that the CIA directly aided drug dealers, it echoed the Kerry Committee conclusion that the CIA was aware of large shipments of cocaine into the U.S. by Contra personnel.[8]-Wikipedia

Gary Webb is not lying to you.

We did not have the capacity and the financial backing to flood the streets, but the friendly skies were open to those who could afford it, and no one would think to check our Central Intelligence…

The men who possessed our  Central Intelligence used cracked up pieces of soap to control our minds and spirits.

The government and used our community and livelihood to destroy our dignity and culture.

We have Crack Addicted babies that become hustlers and sell it to the new breed of addicts.

No one in America hates their own, we were controlled, abandoned in a jungle full of addiction and ghost of former ancestors, that now have disease, poverty, and violence.
 

  “We let others still our royalty, and confused money with loyalty.” ***messymandella***                                      

september 11, 2001 – for your families and friends from ***messymandella***

 

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WE Were Once Kings And Queens***messymandella*** Keys + Krates

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Edgar Winter Vs Tupac & Biggie***messymandella***

 

 

 

Happy Birthday! I Wish Whitney Houston Would Have Known Her Own Strength.***messymandella***

         Whitney Houston lived a life that humbled most, and destroyed her in the end.

Today is her birthday.

We must tell the truth about Whitney Houston. I cried, because I was in her situation,not drugs but with someone who would play the part of a different person to the public…

 

When she lost part of her heavenly voice, and her self-respect through addiction, we were confused and disappointed.

We laughed, and comedians made multiple jokes about Whitney Houston’s addiction.

No one thought it would end like this.

I want to say that Whitney Houston has always inspired me to hold your head up high and walk with pride.

Even when she wasn’t the Whitney we fell in love with, she still tried.

In fact, she was that unselfish, when she was going through her demons, she didn’t want anyone to know she was still on drugs and suffered alone.

          She dealt with her own pain, the worst way, but what sadly she assumed was the best thing for her life.

When you take the time to look inside  yourself use Whitney as your example.

 

People who love you and care, will not hurt you or destroy your creativity with stupidity or insist you make decisions that could destroy your ability to showcase your talent, or diminish your inner strength.

It is sad, that her personal life overshadowed everything she did professionally.

Her life can be our lesson in self-evaluation. You can never carry people that WILL NEVER carry you.

She looked like a fool in the public eye and she suffered in pain and maybe that is why she turned to drugs?

She didn’t tell the world she still needed Help.

I wish she knew her  worth, there will never be a voice to rival hers.

You  can’t be around someone who does not want anything in life,or just will cause you pain because they can.

You must know your self-worth and believe in your talent! Never associate with someone who doesn’t have your best interest at heart.

If that person cares they will help you career, not sidetrack it to cause pain or drama or interfere with your fan base and family perception.

I hope other women realize that even with beauty, determination, and talent the person you love the most could be the worst thing that ever happened to you.

Too bad, when you realize it, you can see what all you passed up, and lost of your own talent, time, and well-being.

Love yourself,

Thank you Whitney.

Thank you for your beauty and voice. We love you, still.  I just wish you would have known your own strength.

 

Remembering James Wright Foley (murdered by I.S.I.S) ***messymandella***

When you live this life unselfishly, you find yourself being an unsung hero, as the late James Foley.

When you are disgusted by others greed and deception for personal gain, you must remember a journalist that put himself in unsafe conditions to remind the world of it’s injustice.We have no idea why we keep fighting this war and not 10 people can even give you the same answer..

We are told to protect our people and live in a safer environment, how can we fight in another country, when we can’t control our inner city neighborhoods?
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This man was missing for years, and he made the news because of his decapitation.

Why couldn’t we save his life, and was his life worth the fight?

Never encourage death, but his death is of pride and determination to not live just for himself.

He lived for the people.

I will NEVER post that video of him being beheaded. I am not going to give ISIS the power that they so desperately were seeking to negotiate their demands.

We will never end war, because the people will never be told the complete truth, of the reason why we fight.

Some people have never heard of James Foley until the shocking ISIS video was posted,and he lived as a humanitarian.

His legacy remains in tact, and I hope is family knows that when you die with a purpose to help others, you have truly lived.

James was courageous and unselfish and we must fight as a nation to remind others that religion and hate are never reasons to lose your life, like the late activist,

James Foley.