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Whose Behind The Assassination of Bill Cosby?

So let me get this straight. You want to take the Cosby Show off the air due to sexual charges raised up on Bill Cosby decades after the alleged crimes took place?!!!!! Meanwhile, director Roman Polanski, who was found having sex with a 13 year-old girl and fled the country to escape imprisonment, can release … Continue reading

Baba Ngoma’s Masterpiece: Lessons from the Book of Osayemi (Chapter 1)

Greetings! I would like to welcome all to Blue Steel Magazine. If this is your first time here, please feel free to review some of our previous articles and share some of your insights and opinions. We appreciate your input. Stay blessed! Back in the summer of 2011, Blue Steel Magazine had the honor and privilege to interview one … Continue reading

Why Does President Barack Obama Show Hate Towards The Black And Latino Prison Population? My Rebuttal To The New Black Cracker Online Community

Before we begin this brief discussion, it’s important that we define just who The New Black Cracker Online Community really is? These are the fake black-revolutionaries who have deceived themselves into believing that they are progressive and evolved in their analysis of society, one that is simply borrowed from televised news programs. You can easily identify … Continue reading

The Day George Zimmerman Killed America

I send my deepest sympathy to the family of Trayvon Martin. You are in my prayers. I feel sad for the American people because they worship an evil god that is a much more capable of taking someone’s life than George Zimmerman, and that’s the news media. If you really want to see “justice,” just think … Continue reading

The Term “African-American” Is Just Another Way of Saying The N-Word

It’s sad, and in some ways, quite laughable. I just shake my head in disbelief every time I hear someone who claims “African-American” heritage trying to eradicate the use of the n-word. I am a Black Man. I don’t use the n-word and I do not describe myself as an “African-American” because these terms are … Continue reading