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  • 01:21

    Plantation Literacy : Africa The Orginal Plantation

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall continue our series on Plantation Literacy 101. 


    Our topic today is:  "Africa - The Original Plantation"


    For those of you who have missed the "definition" of PLANTATION it is a "farm system that has been monetized".


    Africa via its almost infinite "plantation systems" have been a money maker for many people in many nations. Just to name a few:



    Coffee Plantations
    Tea Plantations
    Rubber Plantations
    Diamonds Mines (Mines are "Underground Plantations")
    Gold Mines


    We shall explain "The 1 Mile Radius Rule" plus we shall give some food for thought when it comes to race.


    White Supremacy Redefined.........when black people do not take advantage of the opportunites that they are surrounded by and protect and regulate those opportunities, then someone else comes in and does so.  


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    Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863

  • 01:09

    The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation Part 1 with John F. Baker Jr.

    in History

    The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom with John F. Baker Jr.


    Genealogy expert John F. Baker Jr. was born in 1962, in Springfield, Tennessee and has lived his entire life just a few miles from Wessyngton Plantation, in a town populated by hundreds of descendants of its slaves. His book, The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation: Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom, was published by Atria, a division of Simon & Schuster.  When Baker was in the seventh grade, he discovered the story of his ancestors when he saw a photograph of four former slaves in his social studies textbook.  Months later he learned that they were his grandmother’s paternal grandparents, Emanuel and Henny Washington, who were once enslaved on Wessyngton Plantation.  The plantation was founded in 1796 by Joseph Washington, a distant cousin of President Washington.  He has interviewed dozens of individuals ranging from 80 to 107 years old to collect their oral histories.  He studied more than 11,000 documents to trace the lives of his ancestors, the Washington family and more than 300 other African Americans enslaved on Wessyngton Plantation, the largest tobacco plantation in America. For more than thirty years through extensive historical research, Baker has created a groundbreaking work in African American history and American history.


     


     

  • 01:00

    The Plantation Quadrant (Sector 3)

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall enter into the Plantation Quadrant.  We shall explain what that is and from there we shall explain how growing your own food is like printing money.  Currently right now if U eat on a daily basis as most people do.....U are supporting serveral PLANTATIONS who are earning millions to billions of dollars, etc. feeding you and others.


    You can do the same.


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    Call to listen to Its My House Radio:  712-432-8863

  • Plantation Literacy - The 40 Acre Challenge

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we are announcing our marketing arm which is called the : 40 Acre Outreach.  Our primary goal at this point is to help individuals and organizations get on board with the "40 Acre Challenge".


    No matter what your profession in life or station in life....you have to eat............so why not organize part of your life to become the C.E.O. of your own PLANTATION ?   One of the first steps that we want you to take is acquiring (40) acres for growing "cash crops" (of the legal kind) to sell to others.


    The 40 acres can be a combination of the following:



    40 acres of land.
    40 acres of roof tops.
    40 acres of back yard space.
    40 acres of table tap space.
    40 acres of room space.
    40 acres of vacant house space.


    Visit our website:  www.itsmyhouseonline.com


    Call to listen to It's My House Radio @ 712-432-8863.  

  • Plantation Literacy - Urban Plantations (Untapped Goldmines)

    in Real Estate

    Many can not see the "Garden" in the vacant lot.........because of ALLOWING the government, social services, WIC, legal aid, the public school system, which are all apart of Massa;s System.


    Today on "It's My House" we shall continue our "Plantation Literacy" series with "Urban Plantations" which are untapped goldmines.


    Plantation (defined) = Any "farming system" that has been "monetized".


    Owning a plantation does not have to be a rural venture, there are plenty of untapped goldmines available in countless urban environments.


    Here are some opportunities:



    Solar Plantations
    Wind Plantatons
    Water Harvesting Plantations
    Food Forest Plantations


    Today we shall have as our guest Reba La Maestra who will be speaking with us about her opportunities in Chicago, Illinois.


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    Listen to "It's My House Radio" by calling 712-432-8863

  • 01:02

    Plantation/Chattel Slavery Law Clinic 2015 (619-768-2945)

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall be going to the dictionary and defining the word "slave", "chattle slavery", and then giving out some statistical information.


    Some of the stats that will be givien will be on:



    Black Farmers
    Mortgage holders
    The number of people on welfare in the USA
    Locations for "plantation" opportunities.


    Feel free to call in with any of your questions, comments, suggestions, or advice.


    Please visit our website: www.itsmyhouseonline.com


    Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863.


    Thank U for listing to "It's My House"

  • 01:15

    Plantation Literacy: The Emmett Till Ruse

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss what we call "The Emmett Till Ruse".   Many people who know of the Emmett Till murder case......say that Emmett Till was killed because he whistled @ a white woman.  Eyewitnesses close to Till have verified Till did in fact whistle  (which was socially unaceptable in Money, Mississippi at the time). However we believed Till's innocent whistle was used for a bigger "staged event".


    We believed that the "intended target" was Pastor Moses "Mose" Wright who was Emmett's great uncle and a sharecopper who controlled an income producing farm.  Land Predators wanted to take Pastors Wrights land away from him, killing Till was the tried and tested way to scare people off of their land.


    We are saying that Pastor Moses Wright was a "targeted individual" and he was "gang stalked"..............however Emmett Till was the "ruse" and ended up being the collateral damage in the process.


    It worked !


    After the murder trial Moses Wright left his land and moved to Chicago.  He even negelcted to harvest his "cash crop" of cotton, which produced a daily income for his family.


    We shall discuss the Emmett Till Ruse and how this same ruse has been used historically and how it is used to today to steal valuable real estate away from others.


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    Call to listen to It's My House Radio 712-432-8863.

  • 00:31

    ALEX MITCHELL talks of owning SUNSET CREST/SANDY LANE - PLANTATION DEEDS

    in Radio

    THERE WILL NEVER BE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION IN BARBADOS.   There is no education regarding Plantation history in Barbados.   


    Alex Mitchell will talk to us tonight about Plantation Deeds and land fraud.

  • 00:41

    The Purpose

    in Music

    America Never Abolished Slavery


    This past Black History Month, millions of students were told the story of how America abolished slavery 150 years ago with ratification of the 13th Amendment. The story draws an upward trajectory of racial equality in America from the abolition of slavery to Brown v. Board of Education to the Civil Rights Act to the election of President Obama.


    The problem is the story isn't true. We never actually abolished slavery. The 13th Amendment states:


    Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.


    "...except as a punishment for crime..." This phrase gets ignored in America's telling of its slavery story. The 13th Amendment did not abolish slavery but rather moved it from the plantation to the prison. In 2015, the 2 million (largely Black) people incarcerated in America are legally considered slaves under the Constitution. As a result, they can and are forced to work for pennies an hour with the profits going to counties, states and private corporations including Target, Revlon and Whole Foods. In fact, there are more Black people enslaved today than in 1800.


    This is no accident. In The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander lays out how a system of Jim Crow replaced slavery and later how a system of mass incarceration rose to replace Jim Crow. During Reconstruction, Southern states quickly took advantage of the 13th Amendment's slavery loophole by arresting Black people for minor crimes such as unemployment, loitering or gambling, and selling them to private employers through the convict lease system. Today, the majority of Black people enslaved in prisons were arrested for drug crimes. Even though Black people use drugs at the same rate as White people, they are incarcerated .

  • TRU SPORTS TALK Episode 5

    in Sports

    On tonight's episode of TRU SPORTS TALK we go right back into some of the controversial topics that are happening today in the world of sports. We also take a historical look into the factors that have shaped the perception of mainstream sports with a goal of providing insight and clarity to the listeners. The goal of the program is to help parents, coaches, and administrators see a different perspective on the world of sports and entertainment.


    TOPICS INCLUDE


    AAU Basketball Reform


    Women coaches in professional sports


    Hall of Fame Voting in MLB and NFL (BIASED?)


    Cordell Broadus and UCLA


    Trophy participation generation


    Plantation model in college and professional sports


    Should professional athletes take paycuts?


     


    We tackle these topics and much much more.


     

  • TRAVEL ITCH RADIO

    in Entertainment

    Dan Schlosberg interviews Grace Velez, director of sales and marketing for Oak Plantation Resort in Kissimmee, FL.