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Dr Umar Johnson Gets Audited and Possibly Stripped of ALL Psychiatric Credentials AND Root / Awakening: Young Pharaoh, Pharaoh thinks about Umar.

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Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 12, 2018 at 6:24am

WOW... Where is the HUMILITY, where is the LOVE?

Two HATES don't make one RIGHT.

We see the GOOD in all of our Content Providers

although ALL OF US have some type of FLAW.

LET'S STAY TOGETHER

IN SPITE OF OUR FAULTS!

Comment by LaFaith Networks on January 10, 2018 at 10:57pm
Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 9, 2018 at 7:41pm

GOOD, BAD, UGLY, EVIL WORLD MIND-SET. WE LIVE IN AN ACCEPT OR REJECT WORLD, no in between, ifs, ands, buts, maybes.

IF THERE WAS NO INTERNET, THERE WILL ALWAYS BE UGLY (MIND-SET) BAD, AND EVIL PEOPLE.  THERE ARE ALREADY LAWS TO MAKE PEOPLE ACCOUNTABLE, FOR THEIR PROFANE MIND THOUGHTS, CONDUCT, BEHAVIOR AND ACTIONS.

How do we determine GOOD mind-set people?

How do we determime BAD mind-set people?

How do we determine Ugly mind-set people?

How do we determine Evil mind-set people?

We go shopping in a Supermarket. We choose not to go down some isles, becasue we do no need or desire the foods in those isles.

We go down the isle, where the foods we desire are.

DO WE CLOSE THE STORE, BECAUSE WE DO NOT DESIRE, THE FOODS ON/IN THE ISLSE, WE CHOOSE NOT TO GO IN?

LF: It's call blocking and deleting bad people actions/behavior.

If the above happens, how do we know if they too are bad people, blocking other bad people?

There are far too many laws as is. Best to Accept of Reject.

The Intenet has served me like a college University, info I wuold never have received in a school. I learn to Accept or Reject...and keep moving on.

It is known that 99 percent of the people, are out of touch with True Reality, and to implement laws to get rid of them, there will be no Internet. Accept or Reject...keep moing on Safer mentally.

Comment by LaFaith Networks on January 9, 2018 at 9:11am

The Internet may not be the blame, but it's not helping.  It's call blocking and deleting bad people actions/behavior.  New laws and codes of conduct could be a start.  Make people accountable for their Own actions, enough is enough doing much of Nothing.

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 7, 2018 at 12:54pm

Like a gun never kills people, until  a person picks the gun up and fire. Like a Penis will not get erect and rape, until the mind tells it to do so. The Internet is not the blame for people actions. What takes place on the internet, is the quality of people mindset, conduct, behavior, and actions, profane or Divine. The Internet like the gun is not the blame.  The Internet was designed for good. So many people uses it for bad.

Comment by LaFaith Networks on January 7, 2018 at 11:15am

Truly sad how this Internet machine has made so many Black people not only shameful but FOUL.  There is so much I want to say but will hold my thoughts because I know how deep is the rabbit hole.  I will say this, what's in darkness will come to light.  And no matter if Dr. Umar papers are taking away from him.  The Greatness will always be held inside and no one can take that away from you, period.  

Comment by WACP111 SOCIAL REFORM on January 6, 2018 at 10:56am
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 5, 2018 at 3:01pm

DA BEAT GOES ON AS KING NOBLE SAYS DR. UMAR HELPED HIS PEOPLE "BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY"... WHUT-CHU-THAIK?

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DR UMAR JOHNSON SPEAKS UP FOR PEOPLE OF COLOR AND NOBODY CAN TAKE THAT BACK... LISTEN!
Comment by TheArtiste Hassan on January 4, 2018 at 5:24pm

DAAAAAAAAMM YOUNG PHARAOH!!!!!!!!!!

YOU JUST TOOK THE TITLE AS BEING THE TRUE...

PRINCE OF PAN AFRICAN- I-IS-HIM.

WOW... YOU DIDN'T GO THERE WITH:

"PRINCE OF SCAM-AFRICANISM" WOW!!!!!!!!!!!

This story is like a good movie series... let's call it:

"THE ADVENTURES OF WISDOM"

or "CORRUGATED LIFE" 

or "UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK" 

WHY?

Because there is sooo much to be taught and learned from this whole

episode of the so-called RISE AND FALL of DR. UMAR JOHNSON

one of our greatest presenters of conscious knowledge of the new millennium.

Again, this is MOVIE WORTHY because it has so many unique plots

and surprise turns of events just like a real great movie.

The main char-actor is actually and actor of real life and pretends to be

someone he REALLY IS but not legally as he propose and deny at the same time.

Check the date of this memo to mark the first public thoughts of making

this into a movie.

Hassan Artiste Raheem

Comment by Universal Divine Being AUSET on January 4, 2018 at 12:56pm

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