Black Babies’ Lives Matter

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Black Babies’ Lives Matter

Black babies’ lives matter. Don’t they? One wouldn’t know it by looking at the evil in this world. Look at this beautiful child, full of promise, only six years old. Her name- Aniya Allen, shown pictured with her grandfather, K.G. Allen, himself an anti-violence protester.

Aniya Allen pictured with her grandfather K.G. Allen

According to an article by Libor Jany in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Aniya was shopping for some unicorn rain boots Monday with her mother, Antrice Seace. Since they didn’t have her size, her mother took her swimming. Afterwards, they were going through a Minneapolis intersection when she was struck by a bullet from a gang shootout. As of Tuesday, she was fighting for her life on a ventilator. She did nothing wrong. She is the third child shot in Minneapolis in the past two weeks.

It’s hard to look at this picture without crying. Our society is so caught up in political upheaval that no one pays attention about what happens to a Black child unless they are shot by a White police officer. The news and protesters are all over that because their narrative is to foment a race war. Thusly, the globalists can install their one-world government- you know, divide and conquer. This truly is evil, and has always been their playbook. It will not work in America.

Gun Control

Gun control is touted by the politicians who want to end the second amendment and take our guns. It makes great talking points. Aniya Allen is just a statistic for them. She is a child of God, a precious life that deserves to thrive like all Americans.

When you strip law-abiding citizens’ right to self-protection, you’re left with criminals who don’t give a damn about any laws. The mob is all that’s left. Is that how we ought to live- in fear of thugs and the government? Not in America!

Abortion

An article published in 2019 by Wm. Robert Johnston shows the 2017 estimates of live births an abortions in the U.S. Blacks had an estimated 575,000 live births (14.9 % of total) and 295,000 aborted babies (34.7 % of total). Their abortion percentage- 33.9 %- the highest percentage of any group by far.

Many Planned Parenthood facilities are close to the inner city, making it easier for Black mothers to get what is called “reproductive health care”. I call it eugenics. With the abortion “industry” being mightily funded by the government and championed by people who don’t care about health care of unborn babies, it’s business as usual. Why does our tax money support this slaughter? Read about Margaret Sanger, their founder. She was a real racist who said: “We don’t want the word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.” , also:

AZ Quotes- Margaret Sanger

These but a couple of her disgraceful rants. She even spoke to the Ku Klux Klan in Silver Lake, New Jersey in 1926. Evil personified.

We need to treasure every child and find ways for the mother to keep her child along with his or her father.

The War on Poverty

In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson announced plans for “The Great Society”, a whole set of new social programs designed to create a “War on Poverty” in America.. Black families were strong until the government stepped in to “help”:

“The War on Poverty created negative incentives. Instead of promoting the growth of healthy families, the welfare system discouraged them. A single mother could receive larger payments from Uncle Sam by remaining single than by marrying the father of her child.”

“Over time, many fatherless children entered the world. The welfare checks showed up month after month, regardless of how their parents spent their days. As these boys and girls grew up without fathers around, they came to regard such households as natural. The social safety net, designed to be a temporary help to the people in need, instead kept them trapped in government dependency.” (from “Assessing The Great Society” by Edwin J. Feulner. Ph. D., founder and former President of the Heritage Foundation)

Children without present, attentive fathers usually have a tough time adjusting due to lack of discipline. Mothers alone cannot fill this void because boys need a strong, positive male role model to learn what is ultimately expected of them in society. The Great Society contributed much to the breakdown of Black families.

Demonizing Police

Demonizing police gets them “out of the way” for mayhem to thrive, thus can be used for the ultimate goal of the left- political upheaval. Minneapolis has been trying to “re imagine” public safety and the role of police. Major media stoked the flames with chaos.

“A black man is more likely to be killed by lightning  than by a police officer. In 2019, police shot and killed 1,003 people in the US, according to the Washington Post’s Fatal Force database. Of those, 250 were black and 405 white. Police shot and killed 55 unarmed suspects, including 25 whites and 14 blacks.” – ( from Jeffrey James Higgins’ Stop The Lying” in Citizens Journal Editorial).

Once again facts don’t matter if you have an ulterior motive. All children should be taught about authority and responsibility. It starts at home, and mentoring, not critical race-teaching socialist schools. After school programs give children activities to fill their free time and give them hope .

Truth

Finally, we need the truth, not race-baiting propaganda spewed over the airwaves for political social engineering. My mother told us she could always tell if we were lying; we didn’t want to face the consequences, so we knew better. There are no consequences for violence today. Sadly, it’s glorified through the gutter culture we have created.

Change the culture; save the children. Black babies’ lives do matter.

© 2021 J. Mark Witters Skyypilot Media Skyypilot.com

When I Was a Boy

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When I Was a Boy

When I was a boy, I grew up in a rural Illinois community where there was a strong sense of community and personal responsibility. My brother and I shared a paper route, played Little League baseball/basketball, and pickup football games. We could walk to the corner for an ice cream cone or to the nearby grade school to play basketball. We built a “fort” in our back yard with scraps provided by our carpenter neighbor right down our alley; camp out there in a tent in summer if we chose. As long as we checked in, we could ride our bicycles all over our little town of 10,000. Schools taught cursive writing. Legal immigrants from all over the world assimilated into our society. There were taught values.

Culture was rich in the 1960’s. I listened to the top 40 countdown from Chicago’s WLS radio. I spent some of my paper route money for 45 rpm singles. There were new sounds emerging as never before. Record album covers were works of art with lots of information inside and out. Often there were uplifting songs that would inspire us to go beyond our base inclinations to a promising future.Songs on those albums often were diverse from song to song- The Beatles (my favorite band) led the way.

The Beatles’ run was effectively ended when they deemed themselves independent from outside (corporate/government) influence. This made them politically and economically dangerous. Since that time, no other band could survive without touring. It keeps them too busy to cause a problem for the “machine”. They spent their time recording-real recording artists.

Times Have Changed

Indeed, times have changed. Postmodernism took over. Everything has been turned on its ear. Rationality is out. No cursive writing taught-too individualistic. Mob mentality. Hysteria. Fear-mongering. Herded like sheep. Central Bank Ponzi schemes. Lying, thieving politicians, businessmen, and media surround us. No one assumes personal responsibility. Chaos ensues because the globalist elite find us easier to control by division.

Sheep No More

The good news is WE ARE SHEEP NO MORE. People are waking up to the lies that are being fed to us by the fake media. We see how dishonest these politicians are by the impeachment spectacle perpetrated on America by those who clearly chose their power over any concern for problems their very policies have caused. Many actors, writers, academics, business people, musicians, artists, etc. provide aid and comfort to the true enemy-deception.

Peter Schweizer’s Profiles In Corruption details only part of this decades-old orchestrated scheme of theft and betrayal. We will soon learn of things that will boggle your mind. The boomerang turns. Stay tuned…

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Get your popcorn. Enjoy the show!

© 2020 J. Mark Witters Skyypilot Media Skyypilot.com

Happenings Ten Years Time Ago…

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Happenings Ten Years Time Ago

Happenings Ten Years Time Ago” was a song released in 1966 by the British rock band, the Yardbirds. It featured both Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck on dual lead guitars-a powerhouse!

I have always been intrigued by the song’s title, so I thought about ten years ago-what a difference!

Looking Back a Decade

Looking back a decade, I had just finished seven weeks of radiation with three chemo treatments. It’s all a blur now, but I was (unknowingly at the time) fighting stage four cancer. Strangely, I was not fearful-just gave it to God. I owe my healing to God. Sure, my family was there for me and I don’t diminish their invaluable help, but God performed a miracle on me. He wasn’t finished with me yet!

My dear Grandmother Elizabeth passed Oct. 31 that year. She, like dear Grandmother Edith, lived on this earth 93 years! Autumn 2009 was indeed a dreary time.

Forging Onward

Forging ahead, I returned to my very physical workplace. We traveled to Alaska and Hawaii with my parents. I ramped up my album production, probably averaging one per year since then. I retired from my mundane job to now doing what I want, no longer taking life for granted; appreciating each day-an empty canvas:

Empty Canvas

© 2019 J. Mark Witters

Greet an empty canvas every day.
How I’ll choose to fill it, cannot say.
But it can be fulfilling if your hands are willing.
Keep it all distilling in your mind.
One need not be ready. Sobering, yet heady.
Deliberate and steady right on course.
Inching forth, eventually your masterpiece is born.
It will only take a little while to take its unique form.

Slowly you will build your gallery.
Forever onward an unbridled legacy.
Art not superficial. Heavy, yet ethereal.
Many in a serial of your life.
Showing all emotion. Recorded upon notion.
There is no magic potion at its source. (It’s God!)
Greet an empty canvas every day.
How I’ll choose to fill it, can never…

© 2019 J. Mark Witters Skyypilot Media Skyypilot.com