Black Men Are Being Murdered, Incarcerated or Cowards

Many of us have known about Black Men Incarceration Statistics since the federal government implemented its “War On Black People” masquerading as a “War On Drugs” back in the 1990s.  Black African Americans lack leaders with the courage to stand up, because many of them were systematically removed from our communities, murdered or given access to opportunities that turned them into cowards. We were left with old leaders too afraid or too tired to after the 60s to fights, but they refused to step aside.  They got a taste of power and got addicted to it and have remained in political office or leadership for over 20, 30, 40 or even 50 years. The social impact on our community because of this is devastating.  Whether we accept the fact or not, Dr. Claude Anderson were correct when he predicted our destruction as a group, if we fail to correct our inappropriate behavior.

My blog question asked, “Now What Do We Do About This”? The response of those so call leaders saddens me.  They have no plan.  Even our sisters have become resigned to the fact that our enemies have destroyed us and are unwilling to stand up and fight by themselves or their children and grandchildren.  We, collectively, are a cowardly people, unwilling to risk death for those we love, so we watch the mass incarceration of our boys and men, the infant mortality of our babies, the madness of our youth who have no men to offer guidance and discipline.  Complaining, voting, marching and protesting in the 21st century has not and will not solve

Despite all this, I have written a plan and started a corporation to uplift and empower Black African Americans.  The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc.) offers a comprehensive plan, but it’s not the only plan. PowerNomics by Dr. Claude Anderson is another plan.   I am appealing to Black African American Mothers and Grandmothers to support this effort by donating $20 per month to support PowerNomics (, or TQR, Inc. Download a free copy at   There are over 40 million Black African Americans in the US and any plan will require the financial support of at least 1 million of us.  No one is going to save us from the racist policies of our government, but us.

We can continue ignore the crisis occurring in our community or we can do something about it.  I have not doubt that my life is on the line, knowing the history of the United States Government toward Black African Americans with the courage to stand up for their people, but Black African American People are worth the sacrifice.  This is my oath to my people. For if ,we continue to operate in fear or greed, our suffering for generations will continue, which our scholars write books and document our subjugation, incarceration and murder. When a man has his foot on my throat, I care not whether he is a Black or White President. I just want it off, By Any Dam Means Necessary.


Charles E. Campbell

Charles E. Campbell, Founder & CEO

The Quiet Resolution (TQR, Inc.)

Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC)

7108 Bennell Drive

Reynoldsburg, Ohio USA 43068



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