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Slave Ships And The Middle Passage

By Credo, published on Jun 1, 2011

A suitable slave memorial concerning the middle passage would at the very least cause one to remember the smell of the human body during great fear, you should be able to taste the essences of long term perspiration in your mental palate, you should almost feel yourselves lying in your own excrement, or envision sleeping for several weeks close and up personal next to death, while looking in the bruised and abused faces of the old the sick, the diseased, and the dying. Once you've achieved that mental extremism of the dream state (“The Middle Passage”, the adverse conditions on board the slave... (more)



By Credo, published on May 29, 2011


There is an extreme difference between creativeness in any art form and the appearance of some form of debasement. Whenever we are using the media in its many forms to express some mannequin of characterization about any group of people whom has the historical wounds of slavery and holocaust, it is always wise to self evaluate our intentions behind our art. In most of these films it would be easy for anyone to point out the racial bigotry and racism that is supplanted within the theme and plot of many of these movies. Historians can validate my assertions when I... (more)



By Credo, published on May 25, 2011

There is a significant cultural value within the abstract idea or the definitive purpose of the movie, which is well hidden behind the various action packed warrior like scenes that entertained and stimulated most of the audience, leaving very few to observe the deeper analysis of the film. Denzel Washington captivated the staged theater, causation everybody left the theater with high spirits and a sense of euphoria.

The Book of Eli, a post-apocalyptic thriller, starring Denzel Washington (with Gary Oldman and Mila Kunis) on a mission from God to bring the last remaining King James... (more)



By Credo, published on May 24, 2011

Financially our political system appears to be struggling within itself. Its normal political transactions exemplifies an irregular operational attitude towards the maintenance of our economic system. We know that our system of government is off course as it pertains to the modus operandi of the Constitution, and we as a nation understand that we are heading down the road to an economic collapse similar to the depression this country once experienced. How did this country which was once the most productive and the most financially secured nation in the world manage to fall to such depths. I... (more)



By Credo, published on May 18, 2011


Broadly speaking the general public views movies, sports, and overall entertainment as a major form of recreation and amusement, they do not consequentially envision it to any connection to real life or to any historical architectural design, but attributable merely to pleasure articles for the refreshment of the people. Artistic movies and entertainment itself is much more than merely to amuse people but rather to inform the members of the aloft society (people that labor to control the world),... (more)

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The Obscure tragedy of Emmett Louis Till

By Credo, published on Apr 18, 2011

The Obscure tragedy of Emmett Louis Till

A tragedy like this one which had gotten very little press attention at the time of its occurrence was still able to bolster the start of the "Civil Rights Movement." From this one incident came Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr, Medgar Evans, Rosa Parks, and the list goes on to the culmination of the Civil Rights Movement. But truly it was the courage of a little black woman who was the mother of the victim of this terrible incident who forced the media to pay close attention to this case. In my book she was the individual who should get the credit... (more)


Culture Assassination

By Credo, published on Apr 16, 2011

The ethnicity and implied nationality of an individual politically speaking as implied by the legal establishment, suggesting the nature and culture of such individuals (merely by establishing and identifying their prescribed national and ethnic origins) that government can and has defined the legal rights or ownership rights over the individuals; By claiming the origins of an individual (government claiming that "We The People" have been produced by the country and or government, which is really in reverse, the people produced or established the country or government) they reclassify the people's... (more)


The Nemesis Called Xmas

By Credo, published on Aug 9, 2009

Among many of these cloak-and-dagger traditions is the nemesis called Xmas (as Catholics have held the ceremonial Christian Mass, X stands for the unknown mass) or Christmas. Many such traditional celebrations have commenced in America for eons, without any real knowledge of what these traditions represent or even where they came from. Chiefly speaking the commemoration of Christmas was assumed to be about the Lord our savior, and the ceremonial celebration of his self sacrifice which was said to save us all from our sins. With tentative excitement and pleasure our society goes through the... (more)

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The Secret Behind The Secret

By Credo, published on Jun 13, 2009

It suffices to say that weather or not Mr. Russell was or was not the leader or inventor of the JW he certainly was the catalysis that sparked its inception, concurrently this fact doesn’t take away from the article’s ("truth or dare") premise that religion as a whole is not a genuine product of God but rather the intentional invention of man. Nevertheless many of the symbols that are utilized by the JW’s Watch Tower has great significance as it relates to the freemasons, via symbols stemming from the secret societies freemasonry, for instance the cross and crown which is still displayed today... (more)

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Truth Or Dare Part 2

By Credo, published on May 10, 2009

Acts 17:22-26

22)“Then Paul stood in the midst of Mars’ hill, and said, Ye men of Athens, I perceive that in all things ye are too superstitious.”

23)               “For as I passed by, and beheld your devotions, I found an altar with the inscription, TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you.”

24) “:God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands;”

25) “Neither is worshipped with men’s hands, as though he needed any thing, seeing he giveth to... (more)

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