THE BLACK HOLOCAUST
AN INTERNATIONAL EVENT
The Black Holocaust, A Day of Remembrance is a moment in time for us to stop and honor over 40,000,000 Black women and men, boys and girls and the remnants of a strong race of people that sacrificed their all.
There are more than 220,000,000 Blacks that have been affected by the Black Holocaust and even today is depressing over one half of the two billion Blacks on six continents.
Where do we began with reparation; here in the United States, in Africa, in Asia? The financial resources of the world could not measure up to this monumental task.
The Black Holocaust laid waste to an entire continent and brought wealth to other nations. The Black Holocaust divided an entire race of people over an area of six continents and today the division transcends geographical boundaries.
Any reparation would bankrupt our present day world banking system; however reparation must and needs to begin.
We must start by understanding that the Black Holocaust is the greatest tragedy that has occurred in all the history of mankind; this is significant and where we must begin. We can now end our oppression; we must establish a universal basic income, we must guarantee a universal health care system, we must guarantee affordable housing for everyone and we must protect the universal working class, and today more than 99.9 % of all Blacks are in the working class.
When this is done we will understand where to start with reparation and healing the scares of the Black Holocaust.
Thanks again for your support,
Stewart A. Alexander
THE BLACK HOLOCAUST
A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
The Black Holocaust began in Africa and has continued in America for 400 years where over 40,000,000 blacks were enslaved, beaten, tortured, murdered, raped, lynched, suffered horrible deaths and drowned in the Atlantic crossing to build the fortunes of a new nation. The Three Strikes Law is the latest chapter of the Black Holocaust; prisons instead of jobs.
We need to keep these 40,000,000 blacks in remembrance for all time and not let our children ever forget who they were. We will set aside February 4th of Black History Month as a national and international day of observance.
On February 4, 2007 we shall honor their memory, starting at 6PM until 6AM the following morning, for 12 hours. There will be no eating, no sports, no recreation, no television, no work and no outside activities, this will be a time to spend with our families and children to remember these 40,000,000 blacks that lost there lives in the Black Holocaust.
WE MUST NEVER FORGET WHO THEY WERE AND WHO WE ARE