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If more black women thought like this woman, relationships and marriages would be successful. And black women wouldn't be telling the world how bad black men are.

To our Black Sisters, If you got a Leader, let him lead.

Valentines Day is Sunday, February 14, 2016

Posted By: Deacon Ron Gray
Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 5:58PM
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Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 9:34PM
Siebra Muhammad
I didn't listen to the video because I'm sick of Black men attempting to tell Black women how we should treat them!

Wednesday, February 10th 2016 at 10:12PM
Jeni Fa
What!!! Sister Fa, I take it that you disagree with the info in this video?

Thursday, February 11th 2016 at 3:02PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Hello Ladies and Gentleman... :-)

If I may, I'd like to add my opinion to the fray.

There are many blessings to be counted for and/or in light of "True Love, Commitment, and Companionship!"

I've listened to you all here on the post and then listened to the panel on the video... I have to confess, the young folk have come to a very wise decision and in-disputable conclusion to which I most certainly agree.


“If more black women thought like this woman, relationships and marriages would be successful. And black women wouldn't be telling the world how bad black men are!”

His wife plotted the murder of Duncan, King of Scotland. Lady MacBeth would do anything to gain the throne, even commit murder. MacBeth is also guilty. He wanted power over men. He stood by and allowed his wife to carry out her plot for ambitions sake. On the battlefield, he was Great and victorious.

Bragging in the bar-room, Montresor talked of his wife’s hidden money, money that he was now in possession. The bartender was suspicious of this ranting and notified the police of his suspicion.
The introduction of his wife aroused the expert wine-man. She received his glances as well. Montresor did not notice until one drunken night when he realized the expert who had been hanging out with him on a nightly basis, was more and scarcer in his attendance. During a conversation with his bar-tender, he was asked where his new found friend had been over the last few days.
“I don’t know where my friend has been. Wait…I’ve introduced him to my wife!”


Tuesday, February 16th 2016 at 6:57PM
Gregory Boulware, Esq.
Brother Doctor Gregory V. Bolware,

I will always encourage your in put anytime with more info for the Black American community.

Friday, February 19th 2016 at 8:56PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Fifty Shades of What - Who?

...If I remember correctly, that particular book was written by someone who is Caucasian, Right?

As of late, the posting power of our people has, is, of has become fodder for scrutiny. The posting of the controversial story "Demon's Throat" was almost 'Taboo' on the connect platform forum(s). However they have decided to post it - I assume after complaints and/or the time it took to edit the material. However, it's now posted to 'OUR PLATFORM(S) for your enjoyment, scrutiny, and edification. This story was conceived and published back in 2011 in a book titled "HALLOW."
'Demon's Throat!'

Some extensions of 'The Connect Platform' has, I think, decided not to post the 'Hot and Sizzling Story' "Demon's Throat" with the expletives removed...but they will allow postings of people and/or persons to continually insult and vividly use curse words and not remove that particular person from the timeline...one person in mind has been posting insulting and belittling remarks for quite a long time!

I wonder if the title would be banned if it were "50 Shades of Grey?"

Now, I realize that rules are rules, but made for whom?

...Go Figure.


…As he began to cut her smooth and tender throat, blood began to flow. Then it gushed and dripped like a geyser, only it pumped from one of her capillaries with violent intentions.
“If I can’t have you, then nobody can!” He said.

Her violations…she dared to make love with another…someone other than he – whom she has never known or loved.


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It’s been reported, that Satan possesses great courage, incredible cunning, superhuman wisdom, the most acute penetration, consummate prudence, an incomparable skill in viewing the most pernicious artifices under a specious disguise, and a malicious and infinite hatred towards the human race. Its disposition is implacable and incurable.

This evidence has been proven time and time again. The devil’s power remains ever constant - especially when it pertains to those that say he doesn’t exist. The power also resides in the fact of disbelief in him or his demons. The evidence is important. It disproves a common conception that the less educated people were prone to believe in witchcraft while the educated opposed it. It’s also said the reverse is true.

Devils were angels who had rebelled and fallen. Although cast out from the heavens, they maintained their rank within the hierarchy. The first hierarchy consists of Seraphim, Cherubim, and Thrones. The second is Dominions, Principalities, and Powers, the third being Virtues, Archangels, and Angels.

The word Devil is or means the personification of Supreme Evil, the foe or opposite of God. Devils are synonymous with demons fiends, malignant beings of super human power. This means the devil, or Beelzebub, becomes the Prince of Devils. The Devil is theologically the supreme embodiment of evil. A person can sign a pact with the devil of sell his or her soul to the devil, whereas, a witch may work with a demon of minor devil.

The Egyption Jews of the third century B.C. used the word ‘Diablolos’ when speaking of the devil. The Hebrew Satan, an angelic entity whose fundtion was to test man’s fidelity to God, was not evil. This entity became identified as evil with his functionality – (Job)-(Luke).

Abaddon – a destroyer, in Hebrew, is the “Angel of the bottomless pit.” He was also called ‘Belial’ or ‘Lucifer’ is the name given by patristic writers. They knew him as Satan before his fall. He has appeared as a Black Boy and/or a huge man. He had been seen as a beast having legs and feet like those of an ass, and as leopards, bears, horses, wolves, and scorpions. The most dangerous manifestation of a devil was the appearance as an angel.

‘Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold – Served Hot is not too Bad Either’


‘A Black Woman Said NO!’
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.


Walter got, as some would describe, the seven-year itch – in less than five years. Walter felt trapped in this relationship. Walter felt smothered. Walter wanted out.

Wynetta and Walter were young lovers when they met. The couple was then, eighteen and nineteen when they stumbled across one another. They were lucky. They were allowed into an establishment that served alcoholic beverages…an upscale nightclub. They considered themselves luckier than their peers because they had access to things that weren’t allowed at their age level. They felt privileged. The traditional after-wedding soiree`- the reception, if you will, allowed the young Wynetta to attend because of her first cousin, ‘Bev,’ had just tied the knot. Young Mister Walter Henry Henderson was the buddy of the groom. Well…I need not tell you, the caterer or any other adult, of course, did not card them. And for that matter, neither was any other young person under the age of twenty-one years of age. The wine, liquor, and beer flowed – for hours upon hours. More than half the party attendees were found to be drunk or pretty near drunk. The wedding party, for the most part was a success – it was a good time for all.

The couple fell over each other when the bride threw her garter to the men-folk. Walter was standing there with his left hand full of the left ass cheek of a bridesmaid, the ex-classmate of Beverly and Wynetta.

Wynetta felt like she was a thing as opposed to being a human being…a woman. The abusive, excuse me - the physically abusive relationship wasn’t always such. Oh, yes…it started out like many (homogenous) serene relationships. What makes these happy couplings take such evil and drastic directions” Who can answer this question? Can it be you?

She missed and fell right on the left arm of the guy with the good grip – a handful of plump, ripe, juicy, and ready for plucking ass…an ass he had been wanting to pump all night – after seeing her again after all those lost years – winning the opportunity because she said, “Yes…right after we leave here!”

Wynetta’s crouch took the place of Tawanna’s ass.

She exposed her legs in order to jump for the flowered and catchable, but elusive, bridal bouquet. Her shoeless feet enabled her to gain an advantage over the other excited le-femme-fatale.

Somewhere along the way, the right hand picked up a nasty habit. It learned to slap with the backside as well as the front. It gained a lot of practice. It became a junky…it liked to slap – backwards and forwards. It learned to punch as well.

Her violation…she dared to make love with another…someone other than he – whom she has never known or loved.

Her momma’s cousin, ‘Jackie,’ knew the perfect contact for making wishes - personal unofficial requests, and/or astral contacts and companions of communicators…

The dog laughed a demonic devils laugh after Wynetta pushed the button that rang the bell. The bell sounded like church bells ringing when the bell ringer played tunes throughout the week and then on Sunday morning. Then the doorknocker knocked – all by itself. It knocked three times with a thunderous effect. The door opened exposing the innards of the dwelling. The long semi-dark corridor was shadowed. Several dull 40-watt red light bulbs illuminated it. At the end of the dark dank hall was a room with a greenish light – a brightly lit green colored room. In its center was a little round clothed table. On top of the covered table was a crystal ball. It was sitting smack in the middle of it. On one side of the green colored room was a bowl-like sink with several large buckets and pots alongside it. On another side of the room was a door. The room had no windows. In the middle of the floor where the table sat, was a massive five pointed star – a pentagram. In a circle that surrounded it, were symbols of the zodiac. On the opposite side of the table, facing Wynetta was an old woman. She was sitting in a chair. She and the chair appeared from what seemed like nowhere. The old woman appeared to be about eighty years of age. Wynetta was sure the old woman was way past eighty.

The mystical looking woman bade Wynetta to sit at the table. Suddenly, there was a chair where one wasn’t before. It was only one chair other than the one in which the old woman sat. The room had no other furnishings. Wynetta sat down in the chair. The old woman stared deeply into the eyes of Wynetta. Her eyes burned deep into her soul. The eyes of the old woman appeared to glow red – red like the eyes of ‘Christopher Lee’s rendition of ‘Dracula.’

‘Dogs, Demons, and Justice’

Thank You Brother Deacon Ron Gray for allowing me to post this controversial subject on this forum. I deeply appreciate it.

As always,

In Peace and Love,


Saturday, February 20th 2016 at 10:33AM
Gregory Boulware, Esq.
Ya’ateeh, As Salaam Alaikum, Shalom, Hotep, Hola, Konichiwa, Privyet, Hallo, and Hello Once Again To You One and All!

Another story comes to mind regarding relationships...I strongly urge 'Everyone' to view this film!

"For Colored Girls"
Brother Tyler Perry

The mini-stories surround the lives of several Black Women, their loves, and tragedies involve murder, hatred, abandonment and a host of life-born events. Tyler directs his own adaptation of the 'Obie-Winning' stage play by Ntozake Shange who constructed a series of poetic vignettes that collectively explore the lives of modern African-American Women. The film boasts one hell of a cast - Including 'Whoopi Goldberg,' 'Janet Jackson,' 'Phylicia Rashad. These Ladies along with an All-Star Cast of Brilliant and Strong African-American Beauties provide a powerful individual performance in stories focused on sensitive issues such as incest, rape, and exploitation.

Tastefully added at the end of the film is the famous, world-wide song by Ms. Nina Simone, “Four Women!”

~ "Sankofa" the "Maafa ~

In Pride, Peace, and Love,


Wednesday, February 24th 2016 at 4:13PM
Gregory Boulware, Esq.
I think that this couple, got it right and will be together for a long while. Both of them have be on the search for love, that they can share and now they are will let each other fulfill there roles in life as one man and one woman.

I invite your opinion.

Sunday, February 28th 2016 at 7:30PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Brothers please find room in your heart to forgive our sister Jeni Fa. Her response was based on pure emotions due to her suffering much hurt and pain in her past. The least we can do is pray for our sister.

However, all women say they want a man who treats them like queens and princesses. Date nights, little token of affections, just basically spoil them. But what do you do to spoil your man and show your appreciation?

Do you listen to him and support his dreams? Do you give him lots of praise and make sure he knows his opinion is important to you and his secrets, insecurities and fears are safe? Do you make sure he's confident that as long as he's good to you, he has you and doesn't have to worry about any outside interferences (if you know what I mean?)

I notice that when a discussion about "How Black Women Should Treat Black Men" comes up and only one black woman can say something nice that shows me something. Especially when if the thread were in the reverse, "How Black Men Should Treat Black Women" that particular thread probably would have over 2000 + hits by now.
Friday, March 4th 2016 at 12:27PM
Truth B. Told
Brother Truth B Told,

Our prayers are with our Sister Fa.

As I was reading your comments, I reflected back through my life as I watched Grandmother relationship with Granddad from back in the late 40's and early 50's now back then Granddad was something else. I saw the love he gave Grandma, and that love was shared throughout the house. Now I saw both grandma and my mother work and then came home to cook, clean, pay bills, take care of us and my Granddad and father showed there appreciation by showing me the strengths of manhood and the power of saying "YES DEAR."

Both of those relationships lasted until death as God fearing men and it was my goal to follow their lead in my relationship with my wife. Yes, please listen and support there dreams because that is the fine art of sharing.

Moving down to your last paragraph, when you said "How Black Men Should Treat Black Women" I did some internet research and found very little on the subject, so brothers, treat what God has given to you with the care that you want to be treated.

Friday, March 4th 2016 at 1:11PM
Deacon Ron Gray

..."The least we can do is pray for our sister. "...

Praying for you, too bruh...

Sunday, March 6th 2016 at 2:33PM
Jeni Fa
@ Deac,

..."What!!! Sister Fa, I take it that you disagree with the info in this video?"...

..."Our prayers are with our Sister Fa."... I never turn down prayer; black men need prayers, too so they can get some sense. (lol)

Sunday, March 6th 2016 at 2:36PM
Jeni Fa
Black men need prayers, all people need prayers, but I know there are some good and decent brothers out there who know how to treat a Black woman. The real deal with you, Sister Jen, is you want people to think you're better than all the other Black women who visit this social network, because you make all that money at your nursing job (which you're good at throwing in our faces at every opportunity you get) and because you're married to a white man who can afford to buy you a Mercedes or Lexus or whatever vehicle you drive in, and take you out to nice beach front resorts and fancy restaurants, so you never have to worry about standing over a hot stove or oven preparing a decent home-cooked meal for your family (if you know how to cook anything worth eating at all), but sister you ain't as all together as you think you are, and you sure as hell ain't fooling me.

I read your blog "Why I Jen Fad Love White Men" some months back and you sound like one of those sisters who love to find any and every excuse to defecate on black men. It baffles me how you insult the black man but glorify the white man who enslaved, raped, and lynched our ancestors.

I'm starting to believe you got your so-called "nursing position" from giving your white bosses punani and blow jobs...I'm just speaking candid! You don't wanna listen to the advice in this video because the slavemaster got your mind. You let them brainwash you against your own Black brothers and sisters.

Thursday, March 31st 2016 at 5:17PM
guest visitor
WOW!!! That is something I like to read!

Saturday, April 9th 2016 at 10:00PM
Deacon Ron Gray
@ Guest V.

Nah, I'm just better than you! (lol)

Sunday, April 10th 2016 at 4:57AM
Jeni Fa
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