About Black Gold Devalued

In 2016, America finds itself on the precipice of self-destruction…and it’s her own fault. For the vast majority of 12% of the population, over 37 million African-Americans, she has created a  schizophrenic,  psychotic,  self-hating group that has bought into her lies about color blind fairness and equality. For every stated “Step” America has made to promote the façade of equality, she has made multiple acts to ensure that façade never comes to fruition..

  • In 1865, slavery and involuntary servitude were abolished, but quickly following were the  “Black Codes”, the  Ku Klux Klan (America’s 1st home grown Terrorist Organization) and  “Convict Leasing”, which was the precursor to today’s Prison Industrial Complex.

  • Despite the obvious exclusion of African-Americans in every facet of American life whereby equality and justice were denied, there was a rise of prominent Black people who sought to confront and deal with these issues, from WEB Dubois to Marcus Garvey, but America supported and propped up other persons of color who were either seen as non-threatening or continued promoting the façade of inclusion, i.e., Booker T. Washington, while systematically destroying the movements these former persons created, a practice which continues today.

  • America “allowed” African-American men to fight on its behalf in every war it’s had (although the US Armed Forces weren’t completely desegregated until 1948, a seeming olive branch of an “equal footing” offer); however, regardless of the personal sacrifices and efforts made by these men to be “Good Americans” and prove their manhood and patriotism, they were continually treated as 2nd and 3rd class citizens when they returned home from these wars. From the Revolutionary War in 1775 to the war in Vietnam, and in many ways to today’s War in Afghanistan & Iraq, African-Americans never came home to receive all the equality and rights of their White counterparts. In many cases, America treated its POWs better than they treated the African-American men who fought, bled and died on their side.

  • In 1982, Ronald Reagan’s “War on Drugs” resulted in a deliberate influx of crack cocaine into the black community, massive incarceration of non-violent, small time drug users/sellers of crack cocaine and destruction of the black family and community…of which the effects are still plaguing the Black community to this day.

 

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50% of ALL PROFITS from the sale of the book, as well as all Black Gold branded products (coming soon), are invested in Mosiah Global Investments, a Private Equity Investment Fund focused exclusively on Black Owned Enterprises.