This Bothered Me About The Starbucks Incident

This Bothered Me About The Starbucks Incident!

The two men arrested at Starbucks last week are members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. (Ques, Q-Dawgs, Omegas), as am I (Pledged Jackson State University YE Chapter Spring 89 aka “Tutwiler”).

Why were these Black Men meeting with a White man to get help with a business deal?

Why weren’t they meeting with Black Ques or Black Venture Capital Investors, Black Bankers, or Black Angel Investors?

I believe it’s a dangerous mindset, that Intelligent Educated Black Men still have to go to White Men, because Black Men in leadership positions are Shucking and Jiving.

Does Omega Psi Phi Fraternity or any Black Greek Organization pool some of their money to invest in Black Entrepreneurs like these two Brothers or even our Sisters.

It bothers me, that the social and economic conditions of Black African Americans have gotten worst, according to the new Kerner Commission Report, completed in 1968 after Uprising/riots all over America and again in 2018.

These Black African American Organizations spend time and money doing great social projects, but refuse to use their strength to stop Black Babies from Dying (Black Infant Mortality), or create an Economic Opportunities for Black Entrepreneurs that could address High Black Unemployment, or demand a repeal of Bill Clinton’s Crime Bill that resulted in the Mass Incarceration of Black African Americans or stand up to demand the underfunding that leads to the Miseducation of Black Children in states, counties and schools Stop.

Where is our Manhood when it comes to standing up for Black African American Parents, Grandparents, Ourselves, Children and Grandchildren. I see little collective Manhood in action, when it comes to the leadership necessary to help Black African American People socially and economically compete. Both Courage and Cowardice are contagious! Hangout or be a member of one or the other, you take on it’s Characteristists and Behavior, which explains why I and so many others choose not to be active with Black Churches, Fraternities, Sororities, Civic Groups and Clubs who sit by ignoring the pain and suffering of their people.

Where are the Black African American Leaderships with the Moral Courage of a Dr. King, Fannie Hamer, Malcolm X or Ida B Wells Barnett? Where are the organizations with those type of leaders? I guess Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity (Boule) members are completely in charge of them. Shame!

The Black African American Community is hurting and suffering and these poor leaders want to boycott, protest, march and make speeches that solve none of our problems. Instead why don’t they collectively pool some of their resources to solve one specific Black Problem. Let me suggest (Black Infant Mortality). Can We Stop Our Black Babies From Dying? Men, who can not do this, deserves neither respect nor life, in my humble opinion.

Other groups have little or no respect for Black people, led by a group of Black men, who can’t protect their own babies. That’s how other groups view us, as we do our step dance (Hop) performing for audiences. We are Not Monkeys and our behavior should reflect our legacy of courage and greatness. Not whatever the hell this is now.

This should bother all Black Men. We must demand that our Black Leaders Stop Shucking and Jiving. Have the moral courage to lead, follow or get the hell out the way! So no Black Person has to be in a situation where the police are called for asking to use the bathroom.

Brother Charles E. Campbell, MSW, Founder & CEO
Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC)
The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc)
Cuptoopia.com, Inc.
ahecgreen@live.com
614-668-0327
Reynoldsburg, Ohio

Here’s What I Am doing To Solve Problems:
http://www.ahecEnerg.com (Clean Energy)
http://www.CrimePays4Tips.com (Crime, & Cyber Security)
http://www.tqrinc.com (Black Empowerment)
http://www.FriendsFamilyLife1.com/Black_Men_United (Black Infant Mortality)
http://www.MyMoneyBudget.com (Reparations eBook)

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Solution To America’s White Institutional and Governmental Racism

4/22/18

Problem: America’s White Institutional and Governmental Racism:

Solution: Reparations For the Descendents of Enslaved and Descriminated Black African Americans.

Conscious and Unconscious Fear of reprisal from Black African Americans for the injustice and inhumanity of Slavery and Post-Slavery by Whites Controlled Institutions, Corporations and Government at every level of American Society that benefited White Americans and caused generational harm to Black African Americans is at the Root of today’s Racist Laws, Policies, Programs and Behaviors that help to maintain Black African Americans in their current Social and Economic conditions. See Kerner Commission Report 50 Years after the first one completed in 1968

Poor Black African American Leadership perpetuates the beliefs that Black African Americans can not take care our ourselves. We can’t solve of poverty, infant mortality, unemployment, crime, health care, food deserts, education, security, family failure. This is the legacy of Poor Black African Americans Leaders, those elected, anointed ans self appointed. They create a reality that Black African Americans are too dysfunctional to uplift and empower ourselves.

It is time to let the “Dream” of Dr. King die and embrace a “Plan” for Black African American Uplift and Empowerment. I submit The Quiet Resolution ( TQR, Inc.) http://www.tqrinc.com

For those who don’t know what Black African American Reparations would look like, my eBook offers answers.

eBook: Reparations Now! For Black African Americans and Here’s What We Want.
by C. Earl Campbell DA 3rd
http://www.mymoneybudget.com

What’s Missing?

What’s Missing?

Black African Americans have everything we need to improve our social and economic conditions, except one thing. COURAGE!

Despite a history and legacy of men and women who role modeled courage, we are still led by Cowards who use fear and religion to control and passify us, rather than helping to uplift and empower us.

Shame on them, for they know better!
Shame on us, for accepting their cowardice, while our people suffer.

TQR, Inc. offers a plan to help us. Check it out!
http://www.tqrinc.com

50 Years After They Killed Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., What Now?

50 Years After They Killed Dr. Martin L. King Jr., What Now?

4/4/18

By Charles E. Campbell, MSW, CEO Allen Hydro Energy Corporation, Cuptoopia.com, Inc and The Quiet Resolution

The lesson of killing Dr. King is clear. They have not had to kill another widely accepted Black Leader since. Not Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan or Barack Obama! Under their leadership, according to the new Kerner Commission Report, things have gotten worse for Black African Americans in 2018.

When we ignore their great speeches and examine the data, the true social and economic conditions of Black African Americans is revealed.

As a group, our unemployment is the highest, our babies are dying at a crisis level, our poverty is unbearable, our lack of access to capital for business is terrible, our homeownership rates never recover from the 2008 Great Depression for Blacks, our health and access to quality healthcare did improve with Obama Care, but our access to healthy foods is worst than ever. You truly are, what you can afford to eat.

Ok, so shit is bad for a majority of Black African Americans 50 years after Dr. King’s Assassination, now what do we do about it? Should we wait for Poor Black Leaders to call for another Non-Economic March To Washington? That’s a frequent strategy use to let Blacks blow-off some steam and enrich others who own transportation, restaurants and hotels.

Maybe we should allow poverty pimps to organize another non-solution based annual or bi-annual Black Empowerment Conferences with popular Black Speakers who can deliver inspirational one-liners to the applause of the Black Audience who paid for tickets, bought books, t-shirts, suveneirs and leave broke but inspired with no solutions.

Allow me to offer an alternative for your consideration: a National Black African American Plan called The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc.) http://www.tqrinc.com, a startup corporation created for the uplift and empowerment of Black African Americans.

No Marching, No Protesting, No Boycotting, No Shucking or Jiving! Instead a Plan, not a dream, that focus our efforts towards competing in the marketplace for the $1.2 Trillion Dollars in Projected Black African American Income. The plan will allow TQR, Inc to use it’s profits to focus on improving our economic development, education, social, recreational, medical, security, legal and political circumstances.

Most National Political Leaders know about TQR, Inc. and have ignored it, while not offering a counter plan as Black African Americans continue to suffered. Shame on them! Even those who consider themselves conscious have refused to engage me conversation, because they recognize that its serious.

The time for games are over. Black African Americans should support those of us who have written solutions that offer solutions to our problems and stop responding to Non-economic emotional speeches or marches. They should identify and inform all Leadership Pimps, Preachers and Politicians, who have did nothing over the past 50, 25, 10, or 5 years to start helping us solve our problems, stop hurting by ignoring our problems or get the hell out the way. I once heard a Black Leaders name William “Bill” Moss say, that “A man can only ride your back, if it’s bent”. We, Black African Americans, get the leadership we accept! We must demand that anyone calling themselves a Black Leaders offer solutions to specifically address Black Problems. If they do not, we must ignore them. Good Leaders solve problems without Fear, Greed or Excuses!

Those of us who honor Dr. Martin L. King, not by being seen at an expensive King’s Day Breakfast or symbolic March, have pledged our lives, fortune and all that we hold sacred to live out his mission to uplift and empower Black African Americans without Fear, Greed or Excuses, unapologetically.

Visit www.tqrinc.com to donate to support the implementation of RQR, Inc. Plan.

American Gun Violence & Racism Solutions

American Gun Violence & Racism Solutions

Congratulations to all those students and their supporter who marched in Washington DC and in cities across the US to protest school shootings and community gun violence.

As a Black African American College Student attending Jackson State University and The Ohio State University in the late 80s and early 90s, I too marched and protested injustice. It was my opportunity to experience social activism and to participate collectively in the fight for Black African American Rights, just like the leaders of 1960s Civil Rights Movement did. I’ve since discovered that marches and protest in the 21st Century are outdated strategies that are acceptable by those in power, because they don’t produce cgange or results.

Marches and Protest generate media coverage and serve as “pressure release valve” that allows groups to express the collectively frustratration and anger. Too often they are funded in part by those in power, as strategy to allow the disaffected to blow off steam, then go away.

I prefer competition as a solution based on innovative ideas. For example, to address Gun Violence in Public Schools, Gun Violence in Black African American Communities and Gun Violence by the Police in Black African American Communities, I proposed that citizens us the Ballot Iniciative Process to change their country, state, county and city constitution to require the following:

Solution to Gun Violence In The Community

Require all Guns manufactured, imported and sold in the US, State, County or City include a hidden tracking device that transmits a signal when the weapon is fired.

If adults are required to present their driver’s license to buy tobacco products, require that all ammunition manufacturers place a manufacturer’s code inside the shell casing of each bullet that can be tracked to the sell and purchaser, date, time and location. This would make it easier to identify who purchased the bullets used and found at crime scenes.

Solution To Gun Violence by Police

Require all Police Officers use in their weapons Non-Lethal Bullets. The first six bullets fired by each officer must be Non-Lethal Bullets. One Non-Lethal Bullet is powerful enough to drop any human being. Only if you are a homicidal cop, with the desired intent to kill another human being and get away with it, would you this idea. Cowards who fear Black African American People should not become law enforcement officers and use that fear as a justification for killing unarmed Black African American People.

Solution To Gun Violence In Schools

Create an incentive for students and use technology to allow students and teachers to report school bullying and emotionally, or physically abused children in the community and home and provide mandatory training and counseling for students their parents with community professional including law enforcement and social workers.

Arm School Staff with Defensive Turtle Shields, a turtle shaped shield that could be worn on their back, and used to engage the shooter to protect students and themselves from bullets that can’t penetrate the Turtle Shield. It should include cameras and a view screen to see and engage the shooter.

Law Maker can pass this Legislation at the federal, state, county and city levels. If they do not, because of the influence of campaign contributions, citizens should use the Ballot Initiative Process, which allows them to gather a required amount of registered voter signatures to allow an issue to be placed on the ballot, so that voters can decide. It’s a successful strategy that has been used for marijuana and casinos passage.

These ideas are my gift to the new generation of students who want a better American Society and I hope they won’t stop until all racist laws, programs and policies that negativity impact Black African Americans and Native Americans are repealed based on the outcome data.

For example, 50 years after the Kerner Commission Report that was written after the 1968 Uprising by Black African Americans, as result systemic racism and injustice, a new 2018 Kerner Commission Report investigated the same issues and reported that Black African Americans conditions have gotten worst under both political party leadership. That can no longer be ignored and young student leaders must demand “Justice For All Americans” or demand that schools modify the daily recited Pledge Of Allegiance to say “And To Demand Justice For All Americans”.

Solution To End American Institutional Racism

America has never been as great as it could be, if its White, Black and Hispanic Leaders would modified the US Constitution to ban any laws that Disproportionately Negativity Impacted any group based on their income, race, gender, sexual or orientation. For example, Bill Clinton’s Crime Bill lead to the mass incarceration of Black African Americans. Under a Constitution Al Amendment, this law would be repealed based on the data.

Where there is a will to solve, problems, Good Leadership finds a way, but where there is no will to solve problems, Poor Leadership offers excuses. To make America a just nation, requires more Good Leadership.

Respectfully Submitted To Students of The New Movement and their Supporters.

Charles E. Campbell, MSW, Founder & CEO

The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc) http://www.tqrinc.com

Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC) http://www.ahecEnerg.com

Cuptoopia.com, Inc. (CrimePays) http://www.CrimePays4Tips.com

614-668-0327 ahecgreen@live.com

Global Views Radio Show

Global Views Radio Show Co-hosted by Mayo Makinde, Darroyl O. Parker and Charles E. Campbell

You and your friends, family and social media contacts are invited to join us on our radio show (Global Views) on WCRS 92.7 FM and 98.3 FM this Saturday, March 24, 2018 starting at 11 am to 1 pm EST.

Global Views is a radio show about government/ politics & how it affects the Black community.

Our guests will be the 3 candidates who are running from Ohio 12th Congressional District. They include Jackie Patton, John Russell &
Doug Wilson.

To listen from out of state visit http://www.wcrsfm.org
& click listen. You can ask questions by sending them to our social media outlets during the show.

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