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~ "Historically Speaking, A Word or Two With Words" ~
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

History[ his-tuh-ree, his-tree ]
noun, plural his·to·ries.
The branch of knowledge dealing with past events. A continuous, systematic narrative of past events as relating to a particular people, country, period, person, etc., usually written as a chronological account; chronicle:
A history of France; a medical history of the patient. The aggregate of past events. The record of past events and times, especially in connection with the human race.
A past notable for its important, unusual, or interesting events:
A ship with a history. Acts, ideas, or events that will or can shape the course of the future; immediate but significant happenings:
Firsthand observers of our space program see history in the making. A systematic account of any set of natural phenomena without particular reference to time:
A history of the American eagle. A drama representing historical events:
Shakespeare's comedies, histories, and tragedies.

word[ wurd ]
A unit of language, consisting of one or more spoken sounds or their written representation, that functions as a principal carrier of meaning. Words are composed of one or more morphemes and are either the smallest units susceptible of independent use or consist of two or three such units combined under certain linking conditions, as with the loss of primary accent that distinguishes black-bird from black- bird. Words are usually separated by spaces in writing, and are distinguished phonologically, as by accent, in many languages. (used in combination with the first letter of an offensive or unmentionable word, the first letter being lowercase or uppercase, with or without a following hyphen):
My mom married at 20, and she mentions the m-word every time I meet someone she thinks is eligible.
See also f-word, n-word.
words, speech or talk:
To express one's emotion in words; Words mean little when action is called for. The text or lyrics of a song as distinguished from the music. Contentious or angry speech; A quarrel:
We had words and she walked out on me. A short talk or conversation:
Marston, I'd like a word with you. An expression or utterance:
A word of warning. Warrant, assurance, or promise:
I give you my word I'll be there. News; tidings; information:
We received word of his death.
A verbal signal, as a password, watchword, or countersign. An authoritative utterance, or command:
His word was law. Also called machine word. Computers. a string of bits, characters, or bytes treated as a single entity by a computer, particularly for numeric purposes.
(initial capital letter) Also called the Word, the Word of God. The Scriptures; the Bible. The Logos. The message of the gospel of Christ. A proverb or motto.
verb (used with object) To express in words; select words to express; phrase:
To word a contract with great care.

~"Remember the Train"~
"Citizens of Southeastern Pennsylvania gained very early a reputation for helping fugitives. George Washington, in 1786, expressed doubt about the chances of recovering slaves who had fled to Pennsylvania. He noted that a Virginian’s slave had escaped to Philadelphia an was among “a society of Quakers, formed for the purpose, who have attempted to liberate him.” Later the General wrote that one of his own slaves was in Southeastern Pennsylvania, “where it is not easy to apprehend them because there are a great number of people there who would rather facilitate the escape…than apprehend the runaway.”

"Robert and Gary were brothers who lived next door to us. Robert was my best friend. We were about the same age. Gary older and Robert younger. Larry and Manny was the next eldest in our bunch, Manny white and Larry Black. Johnny was the youngest of us. He lived across the street while all of the others were scattered up and down the corridor of Watkins Street. For many years we all stayed very close to one another. We spent our summers playing ‘halfies’ and other stick ball games. We built soapbox scooters and rode bikes. While off the block we often went around to the schoolyard to shoot baskets. The basketball belonged to Franny. He also had the softball that we used to play with. D’Ambrosio’s Bakery wall at the corner supplied the level of scoring when we argued over the half ball games. We had many days and early evenings of fun. The bedroom that my brothers and I slept faced the window of Robert and Gary’s sisters’ bedroom. We exchanged many nights of talking and teasing. I liked Janice. She said she liked me. Her friend from across the street was named Donna. I liked her too. Neither of the girls’ fathers’ liked the fact that their kids were associated with boys, especially us."

~“The Point Of The Shaft”~
"Ok, picture this…you are a forthright, honest, and simple living working class married couple. The both of you have endured many hardships while struggling to raise your family in a residential household for more than thirty years. Many happy times were spent there. Yes, the happy times outweighed the bad times. The journey to successfully bring up your children while many other families did the same was enjoyable. Albeit, there are many folk who were not successful. The recession has claimed many victims. The experience of seeing the changes throughout the area, most times were fulfilling – the changing of the seasons, the wildlife, and the children grow into adulthood. They’ve brought forth Grandchildren. Happiness has filled the home over and over again with the newness of life – in spite of the real estate turmoil that has flourished throughout America. The disease of home loss and foreclosure has progressed to the point of rearing its ugly head in your neck of the woods. It knocks at your door. What do you do?"

~'Didn't You Know I Was A Snake?'~
""District Attorney Seth Williams held the bracelet aloft on the day Tynes was arrested.
Busico, her attorney, told the judge that “this case started out horrifically” with officials who had engaged in “shameful conduct.” The judge noted that Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane had declared that evidence against Tynes and four other Democratic officials implicated in the sting was too flawed to bring charges.
Common Pleas Court Judge Thomas Gavin told Tynes that she should have realized before accepting the gift at the Palm restaurant in Center City in 2011, “I’m sitting down to have lunch with a snake. Why am I doing that?”
He said, “Tynes will be remembered as someone who sat down with a snake – and got bit!”"

~'Black American Freedom Fighters'~
""Many young Americans of all colors consider Malcolm X (El Haag Malik El Shabazz) a symbol of uncompromising resistance to oppression. Before his assassination, he modified his philosophy about hating all white men and came to believe that African Americans should take part in a world-wide struggle for human rights. "Black Power" was an expression coined by Brother Stokely Carmicheal. Dr. Reverend Martin Luther King, often a victim of white violence, believed that it was right to disobey some laws. Writing from the Birmingham Alabama jail cell: "One may ask, how can you advocate breaking some laws and obeying others? ...I, advocate obeying just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.""

""Just the other day, just last Thursday to be exact, one of the finest citizens in Montgomery…not one of the finest Negro citizens, but one of the finest citizens in Montgomery…was taken from a bus and carried to jail and arrested because she refused to get up and give her seat to a white person.
We are going to work together. Right here in Montgomery, when the history books are written in the future, somebody will have to say “There Lived A Race Of People, Of Black People who had the moral courage to stand up for their rights.”
And thereby, they injected a new meaning into the veins of history, and of civilization.” And we’re gonna do that!""

~"In Light of Cush/Kush the Dark"~
"Adam, Sheth, Enosh, Kenan, Mahalalel, Jered, Henoch, Methuselah, Lamech, Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth with all the sons thereafter – The ‘Edomites’ born of the sons of Dishan, Uz, and Aran were the kings that reigned in the land of ‘Edom.’
~The First Book of Chronicles~
"Why is so little known about the 25th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt – A Dynasty of Nubian Pharaohs – and the period in which the Holy Bible was written?
What did Abraham, David, Moses and Solomon have in common? Was the Pharaoh Taharqa of this Dynasty, mentioned twice by name in the Bible, the Angel that GOD sent to kill 185,000 Assyrians? (2 Kings 19:35) Why do the Old Testament Books of Chronicles and Kings end with this Dynasty? Did the Nubian protection of the Hebrews throughout this Dynasty, salvage and protect the Hebrew religion?"

~"Why Don't They Use Black Actors?"~
"Hebrew is a culture, a language...one of the oldest languages in the world. Hebrew was used in writing the Old Testament in the Holy Bible. Hebrew is one of Semitic languages among the nations of the Ancient Middle Eastern Societies. Among the nations included were Africa, Assyria, Babylonia, Canaan, and Ethiopia. Many would have us believe that Hebrew People were not Black at all. They would have us believe that only white people can only be Hebrew and/or Jewish. One does not have to be white or Jewish in order to belong to the Hebrew way of life. Is it not true that Africa was the land in the beginning of the world? Is it not true that all life on the planet Earth began in Africa? It's been proven again and again, that all life, including 'Human Life' began in Africa! In Africa the first civilization infrastructures blossomed, yes?"

~'Of Stadia Grapha Demesne'~
"The Surveyance of Personally Written Owner-Authorship... The tribes of Judah, Benjamin, and Levi were forced out of the Land of Israel around 70 AD. This was due to the Hebrew-Roman wars that resulted in the deaths of thousands of Black Hebrew Israelites. Primarily women, men, and children were slaughtered by an over powering Army of Roman soldiers and conscripts in their Empire domain. The remnant of Judah, Benjamin, and Levi fled primarily to West Africa to escape death and prosecution around 70 AD."

~“Maafa: Life After Conquest”~
"“If you’re going to curb population, it’s extremely important not to have it done by the damned Yankees, but by the U.N. because, the thing is, then it’s not considered genocide.
If the United States goes to the Black Man or Yellow Man and says slow down your reproductive rate, we’re immediately suspected of hauling alterior motives to keep the white man dominant in the world.
If you can send in a colorful U.N. Force, you’ve got a much better leverage.”
~Alan Guttmacher, President of Planned Parenthood and former Vice-President of the American Eugenics Society, 1970~
“Divide and Conquer – Birth Control but no aid to Black Islanders, Haiti, Africa, etc., unless birth control is accepted – birth control but no safe and clean birth delivery units. Access to natural resources and no clean drinking water…i.e., Black, Hispanic (Latino), and Native American communities in the U.S.""
~The Ravenholt Philosophy~

~“Sellassie” 'The Lion of Judah'~
""Mussolini, upon invading Ethiopia, had promptly declared his own "Italian Empire"; because the League of Nations afforded Haile Selassie the opportunity to address the assembly, Italy even withdrew its League delegation, on 12 May 1936. It was in this context that Haile Selassie walked into the hall of the League of Nations, introduced by the President of the Assembly as "His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Ethiopia" (Sa Majesté Imperiale, l'Empereur d'Ethiopie). The introduction caused a great many Italian journalists in the galleries to erupt into jeering, heckling, and whistling. As it turned out, they had earlier been issued whistles by Mussolini's son-in-law, Count Galeazzo Ciano. Haile Selassie waited calmly for the hall to be cleared, and responded "majestically" with a speech sometimes considered among the most stirring of the 20th century.
“That until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned: That until there are no longer first-class and second-class citizens of any nation; That until the color of a man's skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes..."
“Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph!" Winston Churchill, 1941.""

~"The Colour of the Old West"~
"At the movies, generations of young minds have been trained to think of life on the American Frontier as a saga of white gallantry – John Wayne cowboys whipped Indians to give us the USA while children of every race rejoiced in the version of the frontier served up each Saturday afternoon. These true to life heroes and American contributors could and should be role models for all - Black, White, Asian, Latino, Mexican, Native American, etc - children and adults alike as opposed to an all-white cast of characters. They told us that Bill Pickett and Willis Meade (remember Lonesome Dove?) were white while they have been known to actually be Black…and we believed them! The Black and (so-called) Red Man were in fact, kinsmen! Did you ever wonder about your buddy who told you about his or her Indian relatives…their Grandparents…their Great-Grandparents?"

~“The Ramifications of Dark Complected Lawmen”~
"Bass Reeves, a former slave, was appointed as a Deputy U.S. Marshal by Judge Parker in 1875, but it wasn’t until 1877 that an African American man was allowed to serve as a United States Marshal. That year, Rutherford B. Hayes, the nineteenth President of the United States, appointed Frederick Douglass, also a former slave, to serve in the position of The United States Marshal for the District of Columbia, a position he held until 1881. Robert Moore, a retired United States Marshal appointed by President Clinton in 1994, is one of 62 black men in America who have been appointed to the position of United States Marshal by only nine Presidents."

~“Are People of Color Subject To The NAACP?”~
"Does this scenario represent the message that our respected representatives wish to convey? How are we supposed to react when we have the opportunity to say hey to one who is recognized as our representative and often looked upon as one of us? Are we supposed to bow, gaze elsewhere, and/or salute? This situation was shared with a couple of friends and it was suggested not to take it personal. I take it personal when someone who sets him/her-self above the folks they profess to represent and then portray themselves as such while believing they can get away with being rude! Also, thinking the person of said contact is such that you are privileged to dismiss when it is such a person who is depended upon for belief and support of the movement and/or the betterment of all."

"Do we in America allow our government to oppress us, disrespect us, detect us, delete us, or to protect us? When we in America elect our government officials... do we control them or do they control us? In 2006, Zarganar began running afoul of Myanmar's political military regime, again. "Some like to boast about a citizen with no hands who can still write, or another with no legs who can still run - but there's no country like Burma,.. Here we have generals able to rule a country for forty years with no brains."

~“Our Family Veterans”~
"Thank you to “All of the Service Men and Women” that have served our country and their families, especially the service men and women of color... My Granddad enlisted in the United States Navy Reserve on October 21. 1943 as an “Apprentice Seaman” (Ship Machinists Mate) in Philadelphia, Pa. He was released on December 24, 1945 and received his “Honorable Discharge” on “December 12, 1945 in Bainbridge, Maryland, by the “Bureau of Navel Personnel – Navy Department; signed by the Chief of Naval Personnel, R.A. Lanison, Assistant Head, Branch of Enlisted Services and Records Division.” “Ernest (Buster) Boulware” was born to “Robert (Pundy) Boulware” and Rosell (Ma Sweet) Johnson” on July 8th, 1911 in “Winsboro, South Carolina. He is the only brother to “Jessie Lee Boulware, who married George Butler.” “Buster was married to my Beloved-Sweet Grandmother, Irene Gertrude Williams-Butler."

~“Bold Intimidation and Evil Intent”~
"Well, it wasn’t my intention to turn this message into a novel-sized story, just meant to encourage you all to get out and vote. Support the people who truly support you with Your best interest at heart – people who believe in and support the TRUTH! When we get to the poles, we will tell them you cannot and will not suppress OUR RIGHT TO VOTE, nor will you KILL the WILL and FREEDOM of “WE THE PEOPLE!”
Based on factual material they have all been spreading falsehoods, misstatements, and untruths…in short, just plain and simple lying! They know it. Don’t you think that everything that has been done hasn’t been carefully and properly calculated? If you don’t, you’ve truly been asleep and out of touch with who and what has your best interest at heart. If they can touch the highest of us with filthy and vile contraband, think of what the powers that be can dig up on you. However, if you’d noticed, many of their factual evidence has nearly always been flawed."

"The spectators “just went wild” and “everybody screamed” as the announcer talked about having the bull run down the clown with the Obama mask. They mentioned the president’s name, I don’t know, 100 times. It was sickening! It was feeling like some kind of Klan rally you’d see on TV! Now, allow me to ask the question of who is the minority and who is the majority? For many years many of us have been taught to believe that there are more of one group of people in the United States than the other. Not only have we been taught to believe it, we were also bombarded with the belief that there are more White folk in the world than any other group of people as well. The television and movies had us believing the war was won on their (white folks) valor and bravery alone. They said it was they who saved slavery and sacrificed for the righteousness of freedom. Now don’t you think if it was they who dared to be brave and save the world all by themselves, what in the hell did you need slaves or Black Folk for in the first place? They’ve told us how the United States won the Civil War with the help of Negro Soldiers…
“We couldn’t have done it without you Boys!”"

~“The Brewski Or The Beer”~
"Way before ‘Shaka-Zulu’ and his victories over the Cape Town Colonials, there was beer. The Ancient Egyptians referred to their favorite nectar as beer. They also believed they’d invented it. Beer was actually formulated in Ancient Africa…yes, the (so-called) beginning of quasi civilized man. Beer has always been around…virtually forever. It has been made on every continent, culture, and country known to man. The product has existed amongst multiple varieties, formulas, and flavors since the discovery of flower-laden properties that can be transformed into delicious if not bitter tasting refreshment with relaxation and possible mind-altering affects.
Is Beer for Beer Lovers only?"

~‘A Philadelphia Story Teller’~
"A Viral Epidemic?
The medical examiner was at a loss to explain the two puncture wounds on the rear left side of the dead boys’ neck. My notes and research show the probability of a failed murder attempt on the head monk of the Rosicrucians – it did not specifically identify Kelpius as being the target. Two spikes of oaken wood were found in one of the caves in the Wissahickon Valley. One was on the floor, the other caked in blood, laid vertically atop the alter of cool marble. To my horror…in my mind, fingers began to point in the direction of the hermits in the Wissahickon Valley Green. The missing children in the northeast region of the city of Philadelphia began as an accusation – as it did with the ‘Dungeon Queen.’ I could resist asking Piccaleo the same question that I asked the friendly neighbor. I resisted…but the dead or missing kids were now vividly upon my mind.
“Mr. Piccaleo, what do you know of the man; also from Transylvania, and possibly a passenger onboard that sailing vessel who could also be a ‘Kelpian’’ or ‘Rosicrucian’; named ‘Vlad Teppes,’ member of the order ‘Dracul?’ His face suddenly went stoic and white as marble. His manner changed abruptly. All evidence of cordiality and color was dismissed from him. His gaze was suddenly and allusively defiant.
“I know of no such man – no such person!”"








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