David Hogg: "We're losing market competition and innovation because of this system to keep things complicated."
You gotta love when the former Progressive babies start seeing Progressivism for what it truly is: economic oppression.
Many Beloveds in the Twittersphere are well-acquainted with David Hogg. He rose to prominence after the Stoneman Douglas High School shootings and helped launch a national movement to advocate for more gun control (a racist, Progressive policy, but let me stay focused).
Among his many angst was the influence of capitalism and its destruction in our nation.
Like so many other young activists who hardly read books or engage with communities suffering from Progressivism, he became a strong advocate for bigger government.
But more recently, it seems his views about Progressivism have changed, and not because he came into some academic enlightenment.
No, his shift emerged as a result of his desire to start a legitimate business, forming his corporation as an LLC.
Take one look at his thread, and you'd swear you were reading a post from a Conservative or Libertarian.
It's funny how a Progressive's attitude changes once he is ready to build something lasting. It's funny how when they want to build generational wealth, suddenly Progressivism isn't so attractive.
These economic frustrations are nothing new to Black Americans who are building.
In my recent book, Progressivism is NOT Charity, I discuss the rise of Black Wall Streets and how Progressivism via racist legislation continuously raped Black Economics.
The problems persist today, for Progressivism continues making it difficult for Black creatives to build their own businesses without fear of heavy regulations and taxation.
For example, in this same book, I discuss how Progressive politician, Lorena Gonzalez in California, formed AB5, which basically made it illegal for companies to hire freelancers. That one law completely destroyed my livelihood as a single mother, forcing me and my daughter to move to Georgia just so I could work.
At every turn, whenever Black people are building, Progressivism rears its ugly head to strip us of our economic opportunities.
And they aren't hiding this fact either.
According to an Axios report, Biden wants to "return the top individual rate for those making more than $400,000 to the pre-Trump rate of 39.6%: $110 billion." (Source)
What Biden's Administration WON'T tell the public is Black Wealth is included in those numbers.
Today, it is much easier to generate $400K, thanks in large part to the virtual market. Add to this, when a Black couple marries and combines their incomes, their wealth is immediately targeted.
(Almost like there's an incentive to keep Black marriages from forming, but I digress.)
And yet, the same Democrats continue telling Black folks that the government is oppressing them.
If that's the case, why should Black Wealth pay for more oppression?
Or as I have famously coined in Twitter Class, "Exactly how much does Black Wealth owe White Supremacy government?"
I've learned over the years to let Progressives hang themselves on the political gallows. If Conservatives would do their own due diligence, we could build a strong alliance with Black Americans who are BUILDING!
Because Progressivism is NOT charity, and the alliance is needed to get government's hands off our wealth and remove the barriers that prevent "market competition and innovation."
Certainly, if David Hogg can come to this realization, then so can other young voters once they are sold an empowering, authentically conservative message.
As my Kindred Fire, Sonnie Johnson, says, "It's time to activate."
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For the last few months ...
Twitter Class has grown rapidly from 9K Beloved scholars to 12K+ Beloveds. We've witnessed this increase because the primary topic of discussion has been Critical Race Theory.
You may recall my last lesson in which I told Conservatives they continue losing this fight because they don't know authentic American history. Then they don't present a competing ideology that gives communities CHOICES.
As Sonnie Johnson pointed out, the base was given their own indoctrination called "Lost Cause" history. And last Saturday on Sonnie's Corner, she demonstrated how that fabricated history led to modern CRT American history.
One may wonder, if both Sonnie and I are ripping into Conservatives right now, why are our platforms growing rapidly? And the answer is simple: Because Beloveds are TIRED of getting throat-punched in these ideological streets.
They want choices when it comes to effective strategies for winning. And our better choice requires Beloveds to know authentic American history, not this white-washed version pushed by either side.
The growth of our entire movement has not come without its challenges. Now more than ever, the conservative punditry class are working overtime to reclaim their power and influence over the entire base.
But what tactics are they using to make this happen?
I will tell you clearly: They are using White Fear to bring the base into full submission, and here's how.
Conservatives have no stake in anything. They do not present viable solutions for communities so other American citizens fight alongside them to EXPAND conservatism.
Again, Conservatives own nothing:
At every turn, Conservatives are confronted with a progressive force that seeks to squash their rights. And the only way the base responds is to use opposition instead of competition. In other words, they constantly run to Big Daddy Government (IN FEAR) to solve their problems, which in turns ENLARGES the government's power over American citizens.
Jeff Charles, expressed this sentiment perfectly.
In relation to CRT, Republicans are pushing for BANNING knowledge instead of competing.
But when did BANNING become a conservative principle? Since when did we ask government to BAN knowledge?
Hasn't the base learned by now? If we celebrate banning knowledge because we don't like what's being presented, one day our ideology will be banned.
Let us NEVER forget: The Law of Sowing and Reaping is ALWAYS in Effect. That means what we "invest" in this season (like BANNING knowledge), we will reap in another season.
As such, Conscious Conservative Voices have told Beloveds to push back against the stupid by presenting ANOTHER alternative ideology. And as of today, there is a better theory Conservatives could champion using the Theory of Enchantment.
Better yet, Conservatives could search primary documents to understand what actually took place in American history so they don't look like dimwits out here in these social media streets.
The purpose for our Conscious Conservative teachings is to break the indoctrination on the Right. Yes, Conservatives have been indoctrinated in their own version of American history. It's why so many of them support intellectual dimwits like Jesse Lee Peterson, Candace Owens, and Brandon Tatum (who is on record telling Conservatives Jesus is NOT God).
The reason the base loves these people is because they reinforce the "Lost Cause" history Conservatives were taught since the end of the Civil War.
This indoctrination runs deep; and descendants of these folks are enduring the backlash from modern Progressives and CRT evangelists.
But as Sonnie preached one Saturday:
Beloved Conservatives, you have choices this next round. You can decide to choose a better way. Or you can repeat the strategies that never worked.
To Black voters, you have choices as well. Make allies with Conscious Conservatives who are working fiercely to bring you political competition so your rising Black Wealth is protected.
Above all, now is the time to bridge this gap, not on the basis of "identity politics," but on the basis of authentic conservatism.
I promise, if we do things a better way -- God's way -- we will witness tremendous results.
Back in 2018, I warned Conservatives on Facebook, "Be prepared to witness some of the most sophisticated discussions about reparations."
They mocked, mostly because Republicans have conditioned the base to view reparations as immoral and "racist."
The irony, considering Black Americans fighting for reparations are demanding government fix the economic issues it caused in our communities.
I wrote about this initiative in The Fifteen 20 Rise, but you can read about it in my article, "The ADOS-BRO Initiative."
Recently, I came across the #FreedmenMovement on Twitter. It consists of Black Americans willing to align with the Republican Party based on a Black Agenda.
Within this Agenda is one Conservatives will find most interesting: They are calling for an American First initiative, one that requires the government to keep its focus on American citizens rather than trying to save the world.
That focus includes a detailed look at Black American reparations.
Within the Conscious Conservative Movement, we don't push the reparations agenda heavily. Instead, our Agenda for Black Americans calls for:
In other words, our mission remains focused on building the alliance between Black Americans, who are the most conservative voting bloc in this country, and White Conservatives who dominate the Republican Party.
While my intent is to never force you to advocate for everything Black Americans pursue, I do expect you to listen to their grievances against GOVERNMENT and to present conservatism as a viable option.
Come join the Conscious Conservative Media Network today to engage in these conversations. We're equipping a new breed of Conservative leaders who want the alliance to defeat Progressivism.
We are truly living in an upside-down world where women find themselves in need of attention in the wrong places.
Earlier this morning, I watched a video about DJ Envy, a known podcaster on the Breakfast Club, and his wife, who are currently promoting their newest book about marriage and relationships.
In an interview with the Shade Room, wife Gia Casey confessed publicly how her husband could not satisfy her in their marriage. She then proceeds to tell viewers how, no matter how hard her husband tried to make her happy, she was not content.
In response, DJ Envy stated, "It hurt me because I thought I was pleasing my wife. You hear all these stories about women talking ... and I feel like they laughing, and now I feel like that's what my wife is doing."
Unfortunately, DJ Envy's experience is not isolated.
There's a growing trend among women today to publicly disgrace their husbands for social media status. And no matter how a wife tries to paint the disgrace as something "empowering" to her, it is the vilest disrespect.
During today's Twitter Class, I took time to point women in a better direction. I urged them, "Do not let this trend be named among you. There is a better way to get what you desire while still honoring your husband."
For some reason, women believe the best way to get what they want is to diminish a man's influence or impact in the process. No matter how well that man treats her, a disgruntled woman will find fault with him.
In Proverbs chapter 7, we see evidence of this uncouth behavior, a lesson I discussed in a recent podcast episode. We read how a wife, whose husband was away on business, engaged in affairs to satisfy her greed. And even that was not enough.
The same attitude can be found among modern women today, whose desire for attention is grossly misplaced.
Rather than being satisfied with a husband and children who praise them and call them blessed (Proverbs 31), modern women look to total strangers on social media for validation.
When such thinking becomes viral, it's easier for gullible women to adopt this behavior. Soon, they start publicly disgracing their husbands to their female friends or fellow church people.
They gossip to "snakes" about their husband's ineptitude, as if Eve's story taught them nothing.
They resort to dehumanizing their husbands.
Meanwhile, the women they talk to are silently plotting to become that man's new wife.
The game is always present.
And yet, we have been given a better way.
The Ancient Texts never fail to give us great insight on building healthy relationships. When discussing this topic with Twitter Class, I always reference the books of Proverbs and Esther.
Women today would do well to consume these teachings, because they provide every principle needed to obtain the object of their desires.
Ladies, come join our women's ministry to learn more. And men, if you know of women who could use these teachings, send them our way.
We're learning to build social empires based on Kingdom principles.
Awhile ago, Twitter Class began slightly differently than usual.
Instead of me ripping into the conservative camp with a fire lesson, a fellow Beloved tagged me in a comment, responding to this tweet below:
Early one morning, I conducted some research to learn more about gun violence in Black communities.
The stats I encountered were alarming:
These stats simply tell the outcomes of larger issues, but too few are willing to address all the causes that lead to such destruction.
On the Left, we have advocates pushing for more gun laws. They use data like the above to prove why increased gun sales are a direct correlation to gun violence.
On the Right, we have strong 2A advocates who argue, "All gun control is racist." And being on this side, I know our activists not only teach why such laws directly harm communities, but they deliver safety training to teach community members how to stay armed and protected.
But it isn't very often we hear the real stories of what's happening on-the-ground among the most vulnerable in these communities. We don't often hear about the victims and their families unless mainstream media highlight them.
Even worse, we hear very little about the empowering work Black Americans are doing locally to address, confront, and conquer violence in their communities.
Two weeks ago, I came across one such story. One of my Twitter Class Beloveds told me about a Black mother in Tennessee, Stacie, who is working locally to change the lives of youth.
In 2015, her son was gunned down, and the criminal justice system could not provide any help to her because witnesses backed out of testifying against the gunman.
The shooter was eventually released; and as this mother shared with me over the phone, he later made a rap song, bragging about the murder and beating the case.
Can you imagine the type of pain a mother feels, knowing who killed her son and being unable to secure justice in his name? The heart-break. The betrayal.
And to experience this in the freest nation of the world.
Stacie's story is like that of many other Black mothers whose families are living in communities that experience such violence.
But unlike what many conservative media outlets portray, these mothers aren't sitting down quietly, doing nothing about these atrocities. They're speaking up. They're protesting. They are leading movements locally to bring about the right change.
But you won't see that, Beloved.
And you know what I mean when I say this. Instead, you see how Conservatives behave when the infamous "black-on-black crime" tweets emerge from their favorite pundits' timelines.
Conservatives resort to shameless name-calling. They berate the victims and their families. They tweet obscenities like "These folks are like wild animals, circus monkeys, and chimpanzees."
And then they proceed to yell, "Nobody ever addresses black-on-black crime."
Oh, how the ignorant love to boast in their ignorance.
For years, we within the Conscious Conservative Movement have told thousands of our followers, "Black Americans are building. They are not destroying. They need our help to support their work."
And I purposed to bring as much proof to the table to show you how it's being done.
The reason Conservatives do not see Black Americans pushing against violence in their communities is because your pundits don't want you seeing it. Conservative media (like other outlets) are addicted to Black trauma. They love shouting the "Chicago crime stats" because it makes White Conservative weirdos feel superior in their ignorance.
And let's not forget the other side in this critique. Progressive media withhold these stories because they love Black trauma as well! Oh, let a Black man be gunned down by a white officer, and BLM evangelists will QUICKLY show up to collect White Guilt donations.
The exploitation happens on both sides, and caught in the middle are Black parents like Stacie, who must deal with this gross injustice while never receiving the type of attention her work needs so more youth can be empowered.
Thank God, the Conscious Conservative Movement is here. We have developed our own Media Network, which is a communications conglomerate, bridging the gap between Black Americans and Beloved Conservatives. Since launching in 2019, we've reached millions online. And now with our team of content creators, Network professors, evangelists, and offline speakers, we are taking the empowering message nationwide.
But we aren't simply focused on our work.
We are also partnering with other organizations and movements to help them gain attention and traction for their works. Women like Stacie are on the front lines, creating community programs that directly help youth stop the violence using the arts.
We're blessing women like Eliza Bleu, who is the only voice in this massive conservative movement bringing awareness of Black girls trapped in the human trafficking industry.
And we will continue partnering with others each year so this nation comes to see the Kingdom of God at hand.
I've shared this message for years, and I will repeat it here: In this hour, God is using the least of these to fulfill His plans and purposes. He will take even the hardest stories and show us how to use them to bring deliverance to others.
When the Holy Spirit asked me to launch this virtual ministry in 2016, I had no idea the impact my story and voice would make on other women. But I am proving to them that no story is too scandalous or controversial for God to use. For this reason, I invest extensively in women like Stacie or Eliza, because their callings are unique and necessary to the social environments.
But they aren't the only ones. You, Beloved, also have something to contribute to your community. Whether male or female, you have a gift and calling. You have an unction to do a work.
Ask the Holy Spirit for wisdom regarding your purpose; and in due time, when you are ready to launch, The Felecia Killings Foundation will be here to support you.
Today, make the choice to be different, to be empowering, to be "Solutionary." I guarantee, if we continue doing things God's way, we will get His results.
Stay blessed, Beloved!
When I was in middle school, Dad took me and the family to see Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," the film documenting Malcolm X's story and legacy.
This was the first time I had ever heard about this Black icon; and yet I remember being fascinated with his redemption story.
This Black man emerged from the hard streets of Boston and New York to become a nationally-recognized voice for Black Empowerment. He was a street hustler, drug dealer, and overall juvenile "delinquent" with the brain power to influence the world.
After serving time in prison, the Nation of Islam (NOI) introduced itself to Malcolm. Captivated by the empowering message, Malcolm converted to Islam and began renewing his mind based on their core principles.
Malcolm's strong convictions coupled with his oratory abilities landed him a leading place within the Nation. And after serving prison time, he became a well-known Minister in the NOI.
This summary is simply a basic one and does not adequately portray the immeasurable impact Malcolm X had on today's Black America. But I hope it inspires you even a little to explore more about his remarkable story.
In my book, The Fifteen 20 Rise, I open a chapter with this to say about Malcolm X:
"This may be surprising to most Conservatives, but my historical Black hero is Malcolm X. I tend to like heroes that are less popular and truer to their personal convictions. Malcolm X was a 'conservative prophet,' if you will. Now, by conservative, I mean it in the social and moral aspects. Malcolm's politics can't be contained under the Republican umbrella. But his empowering work, which focused on Black Economics and Empowerment, speak to our Conscious Black Conservative message today."
As you may already know, Conscious Black Conservatism focuses on building social, political, and economic empires based on Kingdom principles. In contrast to Malcolm's religious teachings, I pull my insight from the Bible and the Holy Spirit.
But certain principles remain universal, and for that reason, I can see conservatism in Malcolm's speeches and teachings.
Since bringing his words to the conservative space, Beloveds have also learned to see conservatism in his story.
Our Conscious Conservative philosophy encompasses redemption and the Ministry of Reconciliation, which declares we no longer look at each other according to man's perception. Instead, we look at people through the eyes of the Spirit.
This is a teaching I emphasize heavily, because in this last hour, God will use the "least of these" to carry out His purpose.
Malcolm X's story is a lot like what you see in today's Black Culture. To Conservatives, our rappers are the "degenerates" in the communities. The drug dealers are the cause for our communities' destruction. Single Black mothers are the reason our Black families are in peril.
All these stereotypes you hear from Conservative media, yet none of them teach you to see us "through the eyes of the Spirit."
You can't see the Malcolms in our Black men today because you've been told to disregard them altogether. You've been told to listen to the Candace Owens or the Brandon Tatums who tell you, "Black Culture is a joke" or "the majority of Black people are no good ... but I'm one of the good ones."
These are the messages you receive; and for that reason, you can't see how our conservatism is like Malcolm.
You can't see us building our communities, correcting the errors of our ancestors, changing the future for our children, or fostering wholesome conservatism in our Black way.
You can't see how our conservatism is Malcolm when you're bombarded with talking points that have no basis in our Black Excellence or reality.
And as a result, this puts you at war with fellow American citizens.
When I coined the phrase, "My conservatism is Malcolm," I did so intentionally because I knew Malcolm X was like an "enemy" within the White Conservative space.
I intentionally used his image because the best examples of conservatism's powerful impact comes from people whose stories are hard and controversial and scandalous.
When you can see the principles working in the lives of such "degenerates," then you know the values work.
And when the values work, you don't have to resort to talking points that pit you against Black Americans.
And when you're not at war with Black Americans over stereotypes perpetrated by your media, you win an ally.
And when you win an ally, you win on the battlefield of ideas.
This is how you ought to see this political fight.
Your war is not with the Malcolms in our communities. They are working. They are building. They are renewing their minds and strengthening their character for the betterment of our communities.
Your war is with the godless ideologies that cause us to hate one another.
And the only way you can successfully contend in this ideological struggle is when you see people through the eyes of the Spirit and compete intellectually based on the principles.
This day, I am so proud to say, "My conservatism is Malcolm."
I am proud to see more Conservatives removing the blinders and discovering the power of fellowship.
I am proud to see more Beloveds contending for the faith while connecting with people on our core principles.
This is the Movement.
This is Revival.
This is Reformation.
And if we continue the work and merge the Culture with the Intellect, we will be the Renaissance.
Stay blessed, Beloveds.
It's a word we often hear.
But when it manifests before our eyes, it's an embarrassing sight to behold.
This morning's Twitter Class began with a simple tweet about wisdom: "Ignoring wisdom is a man's folly. To be privileged with insight, yet to disregard its guidance is foolishness. Wisdom is wealth to a man. Knowledge is his privilege."
Immediately following, I wrote, "Become knowledgeable in any area, and you will develop success. This includes love and marriage."
Over the last week, I've been studying Dr. Myles Munroe's teaching in The Purpose and Power of Love and Marriage. His book provides a lot of confirmation to the teachings I've delivered about building a strong social empire.
For example, he highlights why a successful marriage is based on knowledge, planning, and intent. As I've often said, it's foolish to leave such a powerful institution to chance or luck for survival.
Another point he makes is in our society, we spend thousands of dollars and hours of training to develop our economic success. But when it comes to marriage, people do not engage in knowledge and wisdom to make this life-long commitment a success.
All of his teachings, much like mine, pull from God's original idea for marriage.
But one of the key highlights I stress on my platform is the need for women to make themselves suitable for a particular man of vision.
This also includes finding a man who can provide leadership, because this is what women of value desire.
Essentially, that point I made triggered a follower, who told me such a statement was sexist. To them, a woman looking for leadership in a man is offensive.
I happily replied: "Bring me evidence proving why your methods are better than God's. Your ways lead to broken families and broken marriages."
Too often, when I share spiritual laws and teachings about building social, political, and economic empires, detractors will tell me why those methods will never work.
Yet, I can find irrefutable evidence proving why THEIR ways fail.
It stands to reason, if man's wisdom is not producing the kind of results our hearts truly desire, then we may want to return to God's ways for better solutions.
After all, it only makes sense, right?
When a woman finds herself in the presence of a man who knows God, understands his purpose, and functions in his vision, she is far less stressed.
She can freely give of herself because her foundation is strong. She has no fear in such surroundings.
Seeking a man of vision, and valuing the leadership he possesses, does not reduce a woman's essence or power.
It's not sexism.
And in marriage, trust matters immensely.
When trust is present, a woman has no fear.
And when a woman has no fear, she will give herself freely to a man of vision. Her pure faith will then inspire him to reach new heights. And her gifts will be used to help build a social empire based on the God-given vision.
These teachings I bring are not to diminish the power of a woman. Nor are they to make men feel superior to women.
My lessons are empowering to both, because they pull from God's original thoughts regarding the most powerful master mind known to mankind: the marriage.
In a divine union, both male and female exercise dominion. A woman's submission to a husband's leadership, therefore, is not oppression or sexism. It's a willingness to trust his direction as they both flex powerfully in a given space.
When I discuss traditional, spiritual values, I will always come from a Kingdom perspective.
I will always focus on practicing dominion.
In a union, someone must lead!
And in the case of God's order, that is the husband.
That also means when a union fails or there is calamity, the husband will be held responsible, even if the wife makes the most mistakes.
We see evidence of this when God checked Adam firstly after both sinned.
Knowing this, it stands to reason why women ought not feel the need or stress to be the heads of a marriage. We are not willing to take responsibility or accountability for a failed union.
If God placed that "pressure" on a husband, why try and bring more added pressure on ourselves to fit that leadership role?
Again, such actions only add stress to a woman.
And submission relieves her of such responsibilities so she can function fully in her own grace.
These teachings are designed to help us realign ourselves so we witness powerful results in our social empires
So many of us have tried doing things our own way. We've tested "strategies" given to us by relationship experts who don't know God.
But what results have they produced for us?
Are our marriages stronger?
Are our families tighter?
Do we witness couples practicing dominion on a massive scale?
No, we don't!
For that reason, a call to return to the Ancient ways is present.
Without question, the desire for marriage and romantic relationships is good.
But what happens when we've found our suitables?
What are the next steps?
How do we maintain something so beautiful and powerful for a lifetime?
Certainly, we can't leave this union up to luck.
We must be intentional.
There must be something strategic we can implement that will provide a clear pathway for our union's success.
That pathway is found in Kingdom principles.
As such, we will continue moving in this direction of building social, political, and economic empires based on Kingdom principles because they work.
Literally, nothing else will do.
Vision connotes future.
The other day, I came across an IG post from @iamdevale. He described the time he and his wife first began their relationship. Like so many couples just starting, they had big dreams. More specifically, he had a vision, which he described as “delusion.” His ideas were so vast, and yet Kay, his lovely bride, BELIEVED in his “delusion.”
He wrote, “Kay validated my delusion by sitting across the table and committing to my vision without proof that it would come to fruition. Do you understand how powerful that made me feel?”
For several months, I’ve conducted teachings in Twitter Class to help us understand how vital social empires are. While success in business and politics is noble, we cannot neglect the social element, particularly building healthy marriages and families.
It profits us nothing to gain the whole world and lose the very relationships we need to cause our communities to thrive.
One of the key highlights in my teachings focuses on helping single women find their suitables. I teach women specifically because this is my lane. I know the struggles and challenges we encounter. But I also know how Kingdom principles work to help us obtain the objects of our desires.
Among those affections includes being in love and building strong social empires as WIVES.
But to obtain such status, women must put in the work.
One of the first strategies a woman must do is discover a man’s vision to determine if she is CAPABLE of submitting to his leadership.
A man who has given his vision to a woman sees that woman in his future; and it does not take long in the dating process for a man to convey his “delusion” to that woman. If he wants a certain woman in his life forever, he will tell her his vision.
Men of vision are consumed with the God-given call they have. These men also understand that finding a CAPABLE wife “is a good thing” and “releases favor from God” (Proverbs 18:22).
Because she helps that man manifest his vision.
A good wife is an incubator, not just of his physical seed but also his spiritual one: the vision.
And when a man discovers the woman who is CAPABLE of loving all of him, including his “delusion,” marriage is inevitable for he has found his suitable.
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