This right here is a broken record where I’m tired, brothas tired, sistas tired and the youth generation of brothas and sistas are tired. You know and I know African-Americans overall is looking to do nothing but rely on emotions such as being inspired, feeling motivated, expressing outrage and being offended or to tell someone else off or tell it like it is – you go boy! It only takes 7 days to get real work in motion, just 7 days. So you and me know 7 days later from the Million Man March event on Sunday October 18, 2015, we are just going to see brothas and sistas back on social media sharing memes and posting up “did you know this 8-year black kid started a cake business?” crap instead of do anything tangible. But here is the thing – when I heard Minister Farrakhan speech and he ended with he want to talk to the scholars, I realize this whole event was unavailing. What I see over and over and I come to realize exactly what the problem is. The problem is not Minister Farrakhan, Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Dr. Claud Anderson, Dr. Umar Johnson, Stephen A. Smith or the NAACP or the Urban League or 100 Black Men. The problem is consistent – it is the African-American population at large that continue to let ourselves down collectively as a people that do not want to do nothing until it is too late to do something. It’s the lame ass brothas who want to keep following Tariq Nasheed and keep watching Hidden Colors 1,2,3,4,5 and ish. It’s the lame ass sistas who want to chase everything from thugs to white men instead of a black man who have the full capability to provide for her and a family. And brothas and sistas act too bitchy on petty stuff majoring in minors while I’m sitting here in real-time watching 20-30 year old people from other nations take over leadership of their country, their GDP and their future generation. You cannot solve black problems if black people don’t want to do anything. You cannot help black people if black people don’t want to be helped. You cannot tell black people anything if they don’t want to listen. It’s funny because in less than two months, Dream and Hustle talked about building electric vehicles and the approach, talked about mix-used development employing manufacturing/sector + residential, talked about drone opportunities in Africa and these are all real and attainable solutions that requires a level of work and research but it can be done and it is a big opportunity. In addition, I talked about how to use blockchain to know how to keep circulating money in the black community and provided an example of how to determine and pinpoint circular economic opportunities. And I still have idiots coming to my blog wanting to talk about lightweight matters. Come October 18, 2015 you will see African-Americans distracted and on something else like worried about a reality TV star, angry about what someone said about black people or whatever. Our people are not serious about improving or progressing and to be honest – it’s kinda too late for all of that. We are in October 2015 and in terminal velocity mode with no point of return. Other groups are already moving super-fast buying up real estate and innovating while African-Americans brag about our purchasing and spending power as docile consumers. You cannot be a black leader leading worthless ass black followers and one of the things we have to accept is the reality that a group of people can be fucked up beyond all repair (FUBAR) in a point of history where there is no turning back for that people and culture. The majority of us ain’t got what it takes to move forward and progress, plain and simple. I’m not feeling the Million Man March because I know exactly what is going to happen. The leaders are well-intentioned but the followers ain't going to do a damn thing. African-American brothas are going to run back to YouTube and watch the vlogging cats run their mouth and the African-American sistas are going to run back to reality TV and other TV shows and consume media that disrespect African-American sistas more than any other group. Cats are back on social media passing around memes and me and my people are planning global empire deals and I will be working with cats on building their hustle up. Only those among us that are already strong will stay strong and didn't need a march to know what we have to do right here and right now. Nothing will change and let’s keep it moving.