Fayetteville NC Establishment

I know you must be tired of hearing my story about my experience in Fayetteville NC, but you must know how the government operates here. Because it is a big chance that they might be operating in your neck of the woods too.

Anyway, I unexpectedly came upon a group of files that I did not place on my hard drive. Do you want to know how it got there? Guess?

Do you remember that I told you that the Fayetteville NC establishment was screening my internet activity and my phone calls? This is 24 hours a day surveillance without a court order. Easter did not manner folks (that’s for us).

There must be something really disgusting happening in a person’s (or in this case, a group of people’s) mind to place this much effort to dig dirt on someone.

It all started after I sent a letter to the elected officials in this area. As you might expect, not one of them have yet responded, and I have been a victim of racial profiling by the police department eight times since the incident.

Anyway, if matters could not be any worse than now. They decided to take it upon themselves to download a group of files on my hard drive. It is snap shots of pictures that was taken from the video site youtube.

It is perfectly legal to look at video on youtube, but what the snap shots seem to suggest is that it was an illegal activity. Some of the pictures were of people doing seducing dancing.

As an adult website owner, I’m incline to look at anything that might draw my audience attention. But for the record, I do not upload child pornography on my website or on my hard drive. And I do not take an interest of looking at sites that promote this activity.

However, the Fayetteville NC establishment is so motivated towards incriminating me that they would go as far to upload these pictures onto my hard drive.

First of all, it is my right as an American citizen to search the web without the interference of government spying on this internet activity. And as an American citizen, I should have the right to walk the streets of Fayetteville without the fear of being stop by a police officer who suspects that every black man has a warrant.

In all my years on this planet I have never had to face this abundance of racism. It is the kind of racism that is so thick that if you tried to remove it, you will get nailed. In other words, you just have to accept it, simple as that.

But I don’t. And if you are smart, you won’t either. Because our ancestors have been walking this planet long before those who think they are better than we are.

Another thing at hand here is the amount of government money that is being used to dig dirt on me. One wonders whether government is actually necessary. But what I can tell, it isn’t.

Remember, this is the same police department that refuse to arrest the white guy for stealing parts off my bike. He went as far as admitting to the crime, but instead the officer did a warrant check on me.

If that is the way government operates, we don’t need it. Especially the black folks of Fayetteville NC.

To top that off, I have had to deal with numerous viruses and spyware that was sent by this government. There is no accountability no where in this place. The wicked thrive and few good people are oblivious to what is happening.

I tell you. If GOD needs to fix something, it is the large amount corrupt government officials.

They are 42 percent of black folks in this place (that is the census record), 12 percent of them vote. The rest of them are so disenfranchised to what is happening, that they do not take an active role.

The average politician is worrying about street repair and water pipes, than people’s basic human rights. Remember, I was told by a black bureaucrat in city hall, that it was the government’s legal right to hack people’s internet activity. In other words what he was saying, you have no right to personal privacy.

WOW! I thought personal privacy is a freedom. Obviously not in Fayetteville. They practically have a camera at every street corner and believe me, they are watching you.

You want to know what there response is? “We got to protect the city.” Bogus! Drug dealers all over the street and the police officer is working right along with them.

I know what I see. And it ain’t pretty.

So when a guy writes a letter about being stopped on the street by a police officer, there response is retaliation. Result? Initiating teams of officers to 1) spy on someone’s internet activity 2) send viruses that would harm that person’s computer and 3) use the person’s search of various sites as a basis of illegal activity.

And you shouldn’t be surprised that North Carolina ranks pretty high in the incarcerate area.

In short, I’m a law abiding citizen. I have no criminal record. I do not do drugs. I do not smoke. I do not drink alcohol. So why am I finding myself in so much trouble?

I’m black. Period.

That is all you have to be.

I will continue to search the internet for relevant material that would get a good response from my audience. Whether that is adult, cultural or recreational entertainment, so be it. It is my right as an American citizen to enjoy this freedom. But it isn’t the government’s right to encroach on my privacy.

When will it end. It won’t until we do something about it.

America wasn’t started with people looking for leadership. It started by people making it happen. If you can’t understand that, than we might as well die.


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Governor David Paterson

The more I live in the Old South (Fayetteville NC), the more I realize the North is still the best place for African Americans. This is a historical moment that will live with me forever and I’m sadden that I’m not in New York for this exciting event.

As I said in an earlier post, David Paterson has a proven track record. Although he doesn’t have the demeanor of former Governor Eliot Spitzer, with his great diplomacy skills he can carry out his ideas to the opposing party. And this is what politics is about. Negotiating.

As I end this post, as bleak as it is for so many people, some things are actually getting better. Keep hope alive!


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Hiring Illegals and Greedy Bosses

I’m absolutely outraged! What  price do Americas have to pay so we can save a little money? Is it worth lives?  Who should be held responsible: Illegal Immigrants or greedy bosses trying to cash in?

Crane crushes NYC buildings; 4 dead

By PAT RIZZO and CLARE TRAPASSO, Associated Press Writers 49 minutes ago

.. –> end storyhdr –>NEW YORK – A crane rising 19 stories alongside a skyscraper under construction toppled like a tree across a city block Saturday, crashing into apartment buildings, killing four people and setting off a scramble for survivors.
The crane split into pieces as it fell, pulverizing a four-story townhouse and demolishing parts of three other buildings. One man was pulled from the townhouse 3 1/2 hours after the building was crushed.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said at least four people, believed to be construction workers, have died and at least 10 people were injured in one of the city’s worst construction accidents in recent memory.

The collapse devastated the affluent block on Manhattan’s East Side: Cars were overturned and crushed. A huge dust cloud rose over the neighborhood. Rubble was piled several stories high.

“It’s a horrible situation, very gory. There’s blood in the street,” said Lt. Gov. David Paterson, who takes over as governor for disgraced Eliot Spitzer on Monday.

An intensive rescue operation was under way to find anyone possibly trapped in the rubble on 51st Street near 2nd Avenue.

Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta said the rescue was “a painstaking hand operation, as we try to remove the rubble so we don’t cause further collapse or injure anyone who may still be in that building.” He said the operation would continue all night if necessary, including the use of search dogs and thermal-imaging and listening devices.

John LaGreco, who owned a tavern called Fubar that was closed when the brownstone was crushed, said his employee, Juan Perez, was the man pulled from the rubble. He said Perez suffered a broken leg. All of his employees were accounted for.

“Our bar is done,” he said. “The crane crashed the whole building. If I wasn’t watching a Yankees game, I would’ve come to work early and gotten killed.”

About 19 of the planned 43-story condominium had been erected, and the crane was scheduled to be extended Saturday so workers could start work on a fresh story, said an owner of the company that manages the construction site.

A piece of steel fell and sheared off one of the ties holding it to the building, causing it to detach and topple, said Stephen Kaplan, an owner of the Reliance Construction Group.

“It was an absolute freak accident,” Kaplan said. “All the piece of steel had to do was fall slightly left or right, and nothing would have happened.”

Kaplan said the company had subcontracted the work to different companies and was not in charge of the crane. Phone messages and an e-mail left for the crane’s owner, New York Crane & Equipment Corp., were not immediately returned.

Kaplan wasn’t sure whether any workers at the site were among those killed.

James Kennelly, the lead partner at East 51st Development Company, which owns the property, issued a written statement expressing the group’s dismay over the accident.

“There are no words to describe the level of devastation we feel today as a result of this tragic event,” he said, extending prayers to the families of the dead and injured.

Neighborhood residents said they had complained to the city several times about the construction at the site, saying crews worked illegal hours and the building was going up too fast.

City officials said they had issued 13 violations to the site in the last 27 months, a normal amount for a project of that size. Inspectors examined the crane Friday and found nothing wrong with it.

City Building Department records showed that on March 4, a caller told officials that the upper portions of the crane appeared to lack the proper number of safety ties attaching it to the building.

A city inspector visited the site and determined on March 6 that no violation was warranted.

The collapse comes amid a building boom in New York City and follows a spate of construction accidents in recent months, including some involving cranes.

New York Crane was involved in a 2006 mishap, in which a 13-foot piece of a crane mast that was being dismantled fell into the street and crushed a taxi cab.

At a Donald Trump hotel-condominium tower, a worker plummeted 40 stories to his death last month when a concrete form gave way. A month before that, a crane’s nylon sling broke away and dropped seven tons of steel onto a construction trailer across from ground zero, injuring an architect.

On Saturday, nearby residents reported hearing a terrible roar as the structure detached from the condominium.

“First I heard a rumble, and it increased, and then it increased,” said Bill Reilly, who lives a block away. “It continued building in strength until there was a final vroom!”

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Favorite Song Anniversary – African American governor

Mecedes Boys by Pebbles is 20 years today. This song was released on March 13, 1988. Whitney Houston is my most favorite artist from this period. Love Will Save The Day is my most memorable song of 1987. The most hated song of this period is “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”. Toni Toni Tone is my most favorite male sing group. And Val Yong – Seduction was my favorite song (1985) before Mecedes came out.

December 25, 1983 I received my first home computer “AQUARIUS” from Mattel. So another anniversary is approaching.

Other news….

This is a historical day in New York. David Patterson takes office (or at least preparing to take it) as the first African American of a highly populated state. He is also a person with a physically challenges that will have very little impact in his new position as GOVERNOR.

I met David Patterson in a demo around 1991. He is very active on issues concerning the community. Very hands on.

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Eliot Spitzer Gone – First Selected Black Governor

This just came to press: Eliot Spitzer has resigned

What does this means? It means that New York State will be selecting their first African American governor (I guess that is the only way we can become a prominent political official in the state of NY). And I ensure you, he is not going anywhere anytime soon. David Patterson is one of the cleanest men in the state and has proven his worthiness on many issues. Unfortunately, there isn’t any kind of person I can speak of in Fayetteville NC. The black politicians eat the chicken and the white establishment feeds it to them.

Anyway, Eliot had a lot of enemies: Black Non-Profits, Wall Street, the republicans and the list is endless. The way David Patterson got to be the  Lieutenant Governor was because he needed the African American votes. He also wanted to give blacks the impression that his actions wasn’t that of a racist politician.

All I know is that although Eliot actions were immoral, it was not criminal. He was not breaking the law and there was no reason for his resignation. This was a personal issue between his family and the government was in the wrong for wiretapping him.

The question still stands, how many citizens are being wiretapped? As you have read my blog in the past, we are all being surveillance to some degree. Currently, my online activity is being surveillance by the FPD. There is literally cameras on every block in this place. How much are Americans going to tolerated? Where does it end?

It will end when Americans stand up to the establishment and put in place a system that respects people’s right to personal freedoms.



PS: When ever someone place this much attention on you, you have to be fearful of your life. These guys have a lot of history of ruining people’s lives for the sake of maintain the status quo. I say it about the republicans and I say it about this place I’m staying at currently!!!

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Government Spying Of Elected Officials

Isn’t this strange that this is happening around the time the FBI was found to be spying on people? One wonders whether this is a side-track story to cover the government’s ass. For instance, whether it is an elected official or a civilian, what gives the government the right to wiretap our communications? You might be saying “he’s an elected official and his actions should be scrutinized.” My response is: How far should the government go in monitoring people behavior?

Elliot Spitzer is not someone I admire, but I do believe that what he does behind closed doors is no one’s business. This is unless he was using government money to carry out this behavior.

One wonders how many others are being wiretapped. One wonders. But all I know is that we have lost all control in how much power the government has over us.

If someone should be critcized, it should be the agents who wiretapped him. Is this how our tax paying dollars being used (secretly spying on the personal lives of our politicians)?

Let him take that up with his wife. It’s none of our business. And if you are so concern about what he does behind close doors, than you need to take a good look at yourself.

All I know is this country is going in the direction of former Russia. If we can’t find peace with ourselves somewhere, than our existance as a nation should just vanish.


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Court Order

It is my pleasure to present to you some frightening details concerning my situation in Fayetteville NC.

There isn’t a court order in place saying that it is within the Fayetteville authority own right to monitor my online activity. Nor is there a reason to continue this harassment. Perhaps it is a tradition to what has happened in the past when blacks complained about government wrongdoings?

Well it pretty much seem to lead me to believe that this is the case.

But surprisingly it did not start there. It started in the Library where I tried to access their free internet service and they made it nearly impossible to use this tax paying service. I then took it upon myself to complain about this manner. All that I received was hot air and nothing was done about the situation.

So since the Library was not allowing me access to the world wide web, I decided to take my net biz to the streets.

Although I was limited to after sunset, I was making progress. I was able to build my corporate  and adult websites. It was amazed that it didn’t take much time.

I digress.

But this has been an uphill battle since the very beginning. Remember Virginia?

Read my blog about a year ago.

Before the days of my laptop, I was trying to operate my net biz from the Library. Stupid me! not thinking that I would be chastise for logging into my Afrocentric website I decided to submit some stories. Well, to make a long story short, the library shut me off from my websites. One of the stories was about the shipyard.

If you don’t know, Newport news is an Industrial city and is control by the shipyard. The people who work inside the library were workers of the shipyard, even though they wore government tags. And since I had so much criticisms about the way the shipyard was treating it workers, I was banned from the library.

It wasn’t a direct ban, but it was pretty obvious that I could not work on my websites if I was criticizing their employer. But we also can’t forget that my websites represent conscious black issues and many whites are fearful of the message that is contain in them.

It is part of being an African American in America. You either conformed or be harassed for uplifting your own heritage.

Anyway, as is the situation, someone has something to hide. It isn’t that I was just making up this stuff. That is why the outcome is always to cut my access and make it very difficult for me to function properly.

Whether it be Fayetteville NC, Newport News Virginia, or New York City, IT DOES NOT MANNER! If the powers that be feel that you are a threat to their survival (even though there is evidence that there isn’t), they will SHUT YOU DOWN!


Under such great circumstances, I suffice nonetheless. Because evidently, I understand that their is great risk in distributing correct and accurate information.

Of course, if you have been following me for a great length of time, I have been ban from various websites because my views aren’t traditionally acceptable. It is a surprise that I continue to remain on this site and quite a few others. But it is the people who make sure that this remains a reality.

And I thank you all for taking the time to read my blogs. Although that wasn’t really the reason why I created this blog. It was created as an outpost for my websites and individuals who are part of the development of these vehicles.

I do hope that it returns to this mode. It was never meant to be about me. Although every now and then, it is good to know how the author feels about relevant subjects.

Anyway, the south has not change according to record. There is a lot of undercover things that are going on in Fayetteville and eventually I will be able to speak thoroughly about it. However, it isn’t really necessary to spend this great amount of time on one place if “we” clearly understand it is much bigger than the eye can see.

Take care and be well.

PS: If it was against the law to teach a black man how to read, why would you be surprised that established whites would do everything in their power to stop you from seeking knowledge?

That’s my story.


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The IRAQ war is not going well for the U.S.

The killing of IRAQI children has not translate to the winning of the war. As a matter of fact, it has translate to more poor soldiers dying for no cause. When will American citizens wake up to the fact that mostly poor and working class families in the United States are being used against poor and working class families in Iraq?

5 US soldiers killed in Baghdad

BAGHDAD – A suicide bomber killed five American soldiers on a foot patrol Monday after detonating his explosives vest in central Baghdad, the U.S. military said.

It was the deadliest attack on American forces in Iraq since a Jan. 28 roadside bombing and ambush killed five soldiers in Mosul in northern Iraq.

Military spokesman Maj. Mark Cheedle said that “it was reported to us as a suicide bomber.”

An Iraqi police officer at the scene, speaking on condition of anonymity, said two civilians were also killed and another eight wounded in the attack in central Baghdad.

The military did not provide more details. The names of the soldiers were being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

Monday’s deaths brought to 3,979 the number of members of the U.S. military who have died since the beginning of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.

Meanwhile, a female suicide bomber on Monday killed the head of a local group of Sunni fighters northeast of Baghdad who had turned against al-Qaida insurgents, the leader’s brother and a provincial police official said.

Sheik Thaeir Ghadhban al-Karkhi, his 5-year-old niece, a 24-year cousin and a security guard were killed in the blast in Diyala province, where violence has persisted despite drops in other parts of Iraq.

Duraid Mahmoud, the sheik’s brother, told The Associated Press he witnessed the attack inside his brother’s home. A provincial police official, speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to release the information, confirmed the attack.

The woman, wearing an explosives belt, entered al-Karkhi’s home in the predominantly Sunni town of Kanaan, 20 kilometers (13 miles) east of Baqouba.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But al-Qaida in Iraq has been targeting fellow Sunni Arabs who have taken up arms against the militants and joined the so-called awakening councils like the one al-Karkhi led.

The councils are made up of U.S.-backed former insurgents who have risen up against al-Qaida’s brutality and strict Islamic codes of conduct it was trying to impose on local populations.

The U.S. military said it was looking into the incident but did not immediately have any details.

Mahmoud said the bomber had visited the sheik’s house on Sunday, claiming that her husband had been kidnapped and asking for help. Mahmoud said his brother told the woman to return Monday.

“She came back this morning and nobody checked her. She had an appointment with the sheik and the guards told her to go and knock on his door,” Mahmoud said.

The woman was ushered into the house and blew herself up once she got close to the sheik, he said, adding that the sheik’s 5-year-old niece and a security guard were also killed. The girl was the daughter of one of al-Karkhi’s other brothers.

A hospital official, speaking on condition of anonymity, later said that one of the men wounded in the attack — Ammar Mahmoud, the son of a cousin of the sheik — later died at the hospital.

Hours after the attack, mourners packed al-Karkhi’s home, weeping over the sheik’s body, which had been wrapped in a blue blanket and placed in a black, wooden coffin.

Female suicide bombers have been involved in at least 19 attacks or attempted attacks since the war began, including the grisly bombings of two pet markets in Baghdad that killed nearly 100 people on Feb. 1.

A female suicide bomber last struck in a Shiite neighborhood in Baghdad on Feb. 17, detonating herself after soldiers fired three bullets at her. Causalities were disputed in that attack, with Iraqi officials saying four people were killed, while the U.S. military said only the bomber died.

In southern Iraq, the body of a doctor who was kidnapped on Sunday was found.

Dr. Khalid Nasir al-Miyahi, a neurologist working at a hospital in Basra, was kidnapped by unidentified gunmen, police said. His body was found in a central area of the city.

The police official said the doctor was the only neurologist in Basra.

According to figures from the Iraqi Health Ministry released earlier this year, 618 medical employees, including 132 doctors, as well as medics and other health care workers, have been killed nationwide since 2003. Professionals from many fields have been targeted in Iraq’s violence.

Hundreds, possibly thousands, of other medical personnel are believed to have fled to Iraq’s northern autonomous Kurdistan region and neighboring countries.

Elsewhere, two nearly simultaneous attacks took place in Baghdad’s Shaab neighborhood, one of the capital’s most dangerous areas and a center for outlawed Shiite fighters.

The first attack was a roadside bomb that targeted an American patrol around 9:15 a.m., local time, police said. One civilian was wounded.

There was no immediate word on any American causalities; the military did not immediately respond to an e-mailed request for information.

The second attack took place five minutes later, when a parked car bomb detonated, wounding six civilians and damaging several nearby shops, police said.


Associated Press reporter Hamid Ahmed contributed to this report.

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More FBI privacy violations confirmed

Several months ago I told you how I was victimized by the Fayetteville Police Department and how they have made it their mission to monitor my internet activities. You probably thought I was crazy, but I’m not. The american people are under surveillance  by their government and most are not aware of it. Could it be that the terrorism that happened in 2001 was setup for the purpose of spying on how americans spend their time online. If you are like me, I value my privacy. If someone is prying into my business, I become very alarm. I don’t think it is no one’s DAMN! FUCKING BUSINESS! WHAT I DO ONLINE!!!! AND I VALUE YOUR PRIVACY AS WELL!!!

More FBI privacy violations confirmed


WASHINGTON – The FBI acknowledged Wednesday it improperly accessed Americans’ telephone records, credit reports and Internet traffic in 2006, the fourth straight year of privacy abuses resulting from investigations aimed at tracking terrorists and spies.

The breach occurred before the FBI enacted broad new reforms in March 2007 to prevent future lapses, FBI Director Robert Mueller said. And it was caused, in part, by banks, telecommunication companies and other private businesses giving the FBI more personal client data than was requested.

Testifying at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Mueller raised the issue of the FBI’s controversial use of so-called national security letters in reference to an upcoming report on the topic by the Justice Department’s inspector general.

An audit by the inspector general last year found the FBI demanded personal records without official authorization or otherwise collected more data than allowed in dozens of cases between 2003 and 2005. Additionally, last year’s audit found that the FBI had underreported to Congress how many national security letters were requested by more than 4,600.

The new audit, which examines use of national security letters issued in 2006, “will identify issues similar to those in the report issued last March,” Mueller told senators. The privacy abuse “predates the reforms we now have in place,” he said.

“We are committed to ensuring that we not only get this right, but maintain the vital trust of the American people,” Mueller said. He offered no additional details about the upcoming audit.

National security letters, as outlined in the USA Patriot Act, are administrative subpoenas used in suspected terrorism and espionage cases. They allow the FBI to require telephone companies, Internet service providers, banks, credit bureaus and other businesses to produce highly personal records about their customers or subscribers without a judge’s approval.

Last year’s audit by Justice Department Inspector General Glenn A. Fine, issued March 9, 2007, blamed agent error and shoddy record-keeping for the bulk of the problems and did not find any indication of criminal misconduct. Fine’s latest report is expected to be released as early as next week.

Several Justice Department and FBI officials familiar with the upcoming 2006 findings have said privately the new audit will show national security letters were used incorrectly at a similar rate as during the previous three years.

The number of national security letters issued by the FBI skyrocketed in the years after the Patriot Act became law in 2001, according to last year’s report. Fine’s annual review is required by Congress, over the objections of the Bush administration.

In 2005, for example, Fine’s office found more than 1,000 violations within 19,000 FBI requests to obtain 47,000 records. Each letter issued may contain several requests.

In contrast to the strong concerns expressed by Congress and civil liberties groups after last year’s inspector general’s report was issued, Mueller’s disclosure drew no criticism from senators during just over two hours of testimony Wednesday.

Speaking before the FBI chief, Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., urged Mueller to be more vigilant in correcting what he called “widespread illegal and improper use of national security letters.”

“Everybody wants to stop terrorists. But we also, though, as Americans, we believe in our privacy rights and we want those protected,” Leahy said. “There has to be a better chain of command for this. You cannot just have an FBI agent who decides he’d like to obtain Americans’ records, bank records or anything else and do it just because they want to.”

Following last year’s audit, the Justice Department enacted guidelines that sternly reminded FBI agents to carefully follow the rules governing national security letters. The new rules caution agents to review all data before it is transferred into FBI databases to make sure that only the information specifically requested is used.

Fine’s upcoming report also credits the FBI with putting the additional checks in place to make sure privacy rights aren’t violated, according to a Justice official familiar with its findings.

Critics seized on Mueller’s testimony as proof that a judge should sign off on the national security letters before they are issued.

“The credibility factor shows there needs to be outside oversight,” said former FBI agent Michael German, now a national security adviser for the American Civil Liberties Union. He also cast doubt on the FBI’s reforms.

“There were guidelines before, and there were laws before, and the FBI violated those laws,” German said. “And the idea that new guidelines would make a difference, I think cuts against rationality.”
Folks! It isn’t about terrorism, it is about the fear of loosing control and how to maintain it.

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