Why Dream and Hustle Quietly Discontinued Support for Black Adult Males Indefinitely

I love how cats want to talk about we need to know our history – ok, so let’s talk history then. During times of every upcoming crisis or massive juncture what we see over and over is dudes who want to stay put. Jewish men who wanted him and his family staying in Germany and Poland during the rise of the Fascism and Anti-Semitism prior to World War II. Dudes looking at Noah building an Ark and they sitting on the sidelines just looking and talking. Black dudes who wanted to stay in Mississippi and Alabama during Jim Crow instead of move up to Industrial job cities like Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and Baltimore. At all of these junctures, we had dudes who refused to man up for the upcoming tide of change and stayed put and we saw the outcome and result which was tragic. Meanwhile, we see Asian cats leave their homeland and build up in black communities back in the 1980s and 1990s. Meanwhile, we see Hispanic cats leave their countries from the US-backed war on drugs to come here and work labor jobs black dudes used to hold down. We see Eastern European cats leaving the Former Soviet Eastern Bloc states to move to the USA and UK to work STEM jobs that black people used to brag they were working. We see Indian cats moving away from their culture and homeland to also work jobs that many black people used to work in corporate America. But we still got jiving African-Americans who scared as hell of leaving America but running their mouth about America. obamout We are at a critical juncture in 2016 with President Obama leaving office and whoever replace Obama does not have African-Americans in their best interest in any shape or fashion. In fact, there will be a backlash against African-American people where Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will look the other way when others group up to go after black people and any foothold or gains that we have here in the United States. And the reality is, we do not have enough strong black people here to defend and hold down what we got. We got a lot of followers, ineffectual posturing, cats running their mouth and hustlers who are now using crowdfunding as their hustle tool. This is a critical juncture that we been warning about 2016 since 2008 and we all know it’s going to go down. At this current critical juncture, we got black dudes running around on the very same bullshit that we just pointed out in history during a crisis – our African-American adult males want to stay put and stay still and stay on the same script. I fully understand the frustrations and pain of black women who have to watch these weak black adult males walk around as she go out in this world and the cringing thought these worthless black males trifling at her church, her job, while she shopping or taking the train to work all of these bum ass brothas wanting to fuck her but have no structure or ability to support her or his children he bring into this world – that’s what our sistas are going through right now with the brothas. approach The one great thing in 2016 is the Rise of the Afro-Tech and we are winning. At the beginning of the year, I called it – I said fuck Powernomics because we doing Cryptonomics and I said fuck Al Sharpton because we doing Agile. In the first 4 months of 2016, the Black American Empire (BAE) wing of the Afro-Tech delivered Agile as a solution and has been adopted this year by many black community activists and many black people have switched to Agile as the official black empowerment methodology. And today, the Global Urban Collective have been briefed and have the tools and knowledge transfer to not only execute Cryptonomics, but we are leaders and pioneers as we are launching the Global Urban Collective as a crypto-corporation, the first of its kind as we speak. So the Afro-Tech has delivered and we are winning and the Afro-Tech is so damn awesome right now – thank God for the Afro-Tech. gbp2016 Notice the recent blog articles here on Dream and Hustle where I’m launching MochaStar! that allow black people to control our own image and exchange our own media with each other. Noticed I stated the Global Urban Collective has become a crypto-corporation and outline the mission. Noticed I discussed how we can use the blockchain and no one in the world right now is talking or covering the blockchain in relevancy and in depth as this blog or within the Global Urban Collective. I haven’t talked about Fooky.com but I’m sure if you visited the web site, you could easily figure out what is up and why Fooky.com is actually the biggest move this year. And I just disrupted the music industry in a previous article showing how to startup new music services and pay labels and artists immediately and fairly using the blockchain. Notice you never see me blog bragging about myself or show selfies of myself smiling like I want you to admire me – I write articles telling you how to make it happen hoping we all can make moves and get it done. Now, after posting the framework to black empowerment and the exact steps to carry it out – what do these Tariq Nasheed following and the Coli commentary brothas do? They run away and pretend I’m not about it but come to this blog to post silly stuff and weak stuff like they were raised by a single mother where mommy did nothing but kept him from his father, collected child support and his momma got a nice tax refund instead of raise him to be a productive black man in this world. That is what we are dealing with and Dream and Hustle has to put up with these type of brothas for the past several years and we decided to pull support and let Jesus take the wheel for these brothas – Jesus can have these brothas. oursavior And while Jesus can take the wheel for these worthless African-American brothas, I’m going to focus on the sistas who showed over and over again they are about it. The sistas come to Dream and Hustle and be on the hair extension article making global moves and networking while black dudes come to this blog to bicker over how they feel about Dr. Claud Anderson and that failed AfroTown. The real black men - they will show up and be right and take care of business, I'm not worried about real and grown black men and have faith they will represent always. I’m moving forward with the Afro-Tech to build out Cryptonomics and the Sharing Economy and build global bridges to make global moves for our people to prepare us for the Post-Obama society we are going to be living in. quote History has shown over and over that during a critical juncture, we have worthless dudes who are sitting around jive talking and engaging in nonsense instead of hold things down like a man and prepare for whatever coming our way. And these negative and worthless brothas are trying to pull both fellow brothas and sistas, good folks down to their level hoping the rest of us go down just like them. No, we as African-American people have to learn from history and say fuck these brothas - the rest of us have to keep it moving like Moses to the Promise Land. So that is why Dream and Hustle is discontinuing support for these black male adults so our people can keep it moving during this critical juncture.

7 thoughts on “Why Dream and Hustle Quietly Discontinued Support for Black Adult Males Indefinitely

  1. ” And these negative and worthless brothas are trying to pull both fellow brothas and sistas, good folks down to their level hoping the rest of us go down just like them. No, we as African-American people have to learn from history and say fuck these brothas – the rest of us have to keep it moving like Moses to the Promise Land.”

    Yeah, man. Cats are dead weight. What gets me is that they don’t want to do anything even when something solid is presented. I had to get cold blooded like my brother.

  2. This post is the truth obviously…but what about black males like me who have access to resources, a stable home life, ambition, 3 college degrees, own property and vehicles, but have no support system?? How is Dream and Hustle/Afro-tech any different than the white man??
    This just seems like another great organization that I can’t join because most men that look like me are under-performers.

    1. “How is Dream and Hustle/Afro-tech any different than the white man?”

      This statement is centered in your self-bragging image construction of yourself. This is not something a real black man who accomplished something would ask…nor talk about what you want to join or not join..that’s not the language and talk of those on an actual mission

      Also I would not personally step into the Dream and Hustle arena with an alias like Strategic Visionary and don’t have anything to say that neither strategic nor visionary..

  3. Black dudes who wanted to stay in Mississippi and Alabama during Jim Crow instead of move up to Industrial job cities like Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and Baltimore. At all of these junctures, we had dudes who refused to man up for the upcoming tide of change and stayed put and we saw the outcome and result which was tragic.

    Do realize that there were those black men AND black women who stayed and fought the system. They didn’t just run-away – many worked hard against the racist and unjust system-integrating jobs, buses, businesses,schools and other enterprises. They also risked their lives-even before the 1960s. The north may have seemed like the promised land, however, there were just as many racial issues such as segregation, poor living conditions (landlords who would divide dwellings into rental spaces-kitchen for one family, living room for another, 1 bedroom for another). Many black women could not get work even as domestics for a long time.An uncle of mine was lucky to get work at General Motors ( He was a WWII vet). I asked my grandparents why they didn’t move-“up-north” ! they stated that on their travels to visit relatives “up north”, the underhanded bigotry towards minorities was very apparent. Many in the south did “Man Up” even though they endured racial insults, hardships and other negatives, the family unit was stronger also – many a father provided for families, many owned their own houses, farms and sold produce and unfortunately, others scratched a living for their families through share-cropping, where they were finagles out of time, crops, and property. My great-grandfather only allowed females within his household to take in washing to protect them from negativity within white households. There were also many successful black-owned enterprises b/c of segregation. Many from “up north” came south to attend private schools, colleges, and universities-and to get jobs. By the way, I am very supportive of your Dream & Hustle Website, Thank you very much for your insight.

  4. I understand both sides of the argument, but I believe that the conversation is about the Brotha’s who didnt leave to advance themselves. NOthing disparaging is meant towards those who were ALL ABOUT IT, on their on turf. Example the Chubb family of Georgia, who had CHUBB TOWN.
    An entire town of black owned businesses, founded, created and lived in by one big fa,mily.

    I do agree with the author of this article. There are a lot of trflin Black Men out there.
    Who ain’t doing NOTHING.
    Whose greates aspirations are to sell a mixtape.
    Many others who have no damn plan all.
    IF yu ask these men WHAT is your goal pr goals in life?
    They dont have any.
    Just trying to make it, means ..LIFE will happen to you, instead of you imposing your will on life.

    I agree technology is the way to a substantial life.
    We have folks tweeting and Instagraming by the millions…where are the BLACK DEVELOPERS ?
    Where are the black folks who are makimg BILLIONS off these platforms.
    We supply content, but aren’t making a penny off of it.

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