Carver's achievements are numerous. He was the first black man to serve as faculty at Booker T College in Tuskegee. His intellect was sought by many. Stalin went to Carver for advice on optimizing his unused land. Gandhi
came to him for advice. His development of peanut milk which is easier to produce, less expensive and more nutritious than dairy, helped hundreds of starving babies in West Africa. Keeping it Real
By: Edward Peppers
Type: Mature Content
Era: 2000 +
As of today this country as we know it no longer exists as a working force to rid the world of poverty and violence. We as a country want to exert our dominence and show off to the world our strenth. We as a country need to be focused on the issues we need to face here in our own country like racism, underemployment, homelessness and poverty.
The political leaders in this country would rather focus there attention to the need
world rather then deal with the problems lying in there on beds. It's just like an american to worry about someone else than worry about themselves. That's why only a small percent of the people in this country are independently
wealthy. Instead of helping those that are less fortunate by showing them how to get to where they are, they'd rather donate to a charitable cause. Why? I'll tell you, so that they can keep us at an arms distance away.
The conspiracy is to keep control of the wealth and the influence of the gov't. Notice how any brother with power is no longer a brother but an imposture. Sell out. A lost soul with money. Once you forget who you are and where you come from you are considered
a lost soul waiting to die.
From the desk of Edward Peppers [continues]
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