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The 13th Amendment and the abolishment of slavery, as well as the safety and equality that people enjoy in the United States of America, can be viewed in stark juxtaposition with the deliberate destabilization of Middle Eastern countries by the Obama Administration. This allowed the proliferation of the Muslim Brotherhood, and offshoots such as ISIS and Hezbollah, to foment war in the region.  This was done for the purpose of creating a flood of refugees into the western nations in order to erode their sovereignty, dissolve their borders, and soften them up for the eventual submission unto the global tyranny as envisioned by the architects of the New World Order.

When one lifts the veil of the Fast and Furious Scandal, it is evident the weapons did not stop in Mexico, but served as merely a point of transfer to the Middle East, before the military grade weapons ended up in the hands of ISIS.  Likewise, the Benghazi massacre occurred due to the lack of information given to the Americans staffing the embassy.  The Secretary of State had a  backdoor agreement to give the weapons cache stored at the embassy to the local Libyan insurgents.  It should be noted that Alkida, Hezbollah, Hamas, and ISIS are all direct descendants of the Muslim Brotherhood which was founded by Hussan al-Banna, a close personal friend of Adolf Hitler, who served as the Waffen S.S. in the middle east during WWII. The resultant void of decency and morality has created a vacuum into which the vilest aspects of human degeneracy has flowed,  resulting in unspeakable horrors and utter deprivation of human or civil rights.  For example, refugees were paying an average of $2,000 to hop on a boat to Europe.  When the poorer arrivals appeared from farther south in Africa, not having thousands to pay for a ride out of the war zone, these poor men and women were tied up like cattle, only to be whisked off to the slave auction blocks of Libya.  Hindsight is 20/20 but had they known where they would end up, I expect they would have rather risked the bombs and gunfire in their homeland.

Today while Americans celebrate a great civil rights activist, Doctor Martin Luther King, the images coming out of Libya are painful to see.  MSM skims over tough subjects such as world slavery if they ever mention it at all, so mostly the public is ill-informed.  Indeed, Dr. King may not have had equal rights, but he certainly was not a slave.  He was enabled to do his work after other great men struggled to break the chains of bondage and won for him his freedom.  Dred Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. (19 How.) 393 (1857), was tried about a century before Dr. King waged his peaceful resistance to the prejudices he fought against in Selma, Alabama.  Although Mr. Scott lost the court battle for his wife and personal freedom, the case was used six years later by President Abe Lincoln to abolish slavery.

Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, better known as Frederick Douglass, lived as an American slave and wrote 3 books:  Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, published in 1845 ; and two subsequent autobiographies, My Bondage and My Freedom  and  Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, both detailed accounts of his life as a slave.  His work not only inspired Dr. King, but students will always have his works to use to steer us out of the depths of moral turpitude and morbid attempts to treat human life like a dispensable commodity.

What will we leave the children of tomorrow to read about our generation?  The alleged legacy of Barry Soros better known as Barack Hussein Obama?  This is not the glory story the voters of 2008 had concerning “Hope” that would result in a Change we can (Be)lieve In. However, President Trump, with not quite a full year in office, has done a remarkable job at house cleaning, even if he never trained with Maids Are Us.  America voted in a President who has intentionally targeted the African Americans as people in need and has put them at the top of his list in his daily prayers and work.  We the People can proudly say that the employment rate for African Americans, that’s right, FOR PAID WORK, is at the highest it has ever been in American history!

So, have a Happy MKL Day, America!   There might be swamps still reeling in alligators and slippery things that creep in the night, but progress is being made and we’re not about to stop anytime soon.  Keep smiling, the taste of freedom is sweet, and in time the swamp in Libya might be paid a visit by the cleaning crew and pond scum removers.  It is all in a good day’s work, sigh. MAGA


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    • Judge London, since not all readers may already have an Amazon account, would you please cut and paste a short example from the text of My Life From U S Coast Guard to U S Tiger? Whereas we are facing more slavery sprouting up in Libya, perhaps a couple of lines from your book to show where the weak links were that enabled the slave market to explode or how the people sold can get their liberty restored to live a free men and women once again.

      Thank you for suggesting this book to http://www.TheTrumpTimes.com readers! I appreciate your time and energy in documenting your experiences for the future generations.

  1. Excerpt from “My Life From U S Coast Guard To U S Tiger”:
    Trying to write a book about my life is like trying to describe the landscape by looking out the window of a moving train. The events continue to unfold faster than one can describe them. My life is a work in progress. For this reason I have decided to look at my life in phases that have a clearly defined beginning and an end. In this book I intend to describe that part of my life that was shaped by my involvement in the Martial Arts. IN A NUT SHELL I, London Eugene Livingston Steverson retired from the United States Coast Guard in 1988 as a Lieutenant Commander (LCDR). Later, I retired from the Social Security Administration (SSA) as the Senior Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) in the Office of Disability Appeals and Review (ODAR) Downey, California. In 1964, I was one of the first two African Americans to receive an Appointment as a Cadet to the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. I graduated in 1968.

    Back in 1963, I was a young black man, a senior at all black Woodstock High School, in Memphis, Tennessee. I wanted to write a senior term paper on the topic of the martial arts. My school had only a small library with a limited selection of books. There were no books on Karate, Taekwondo, Judo, Aikido, Tai Chi or Kung Fu in the school library. In fact there were no books at all on martial arts. When I inquired concerning any other library that I could possibly use for my research, the school librarian, Mrs. R. J. Roddy, informed me that there was a public library in downtown Memphis, TN. It was a much bigger one, and it had a large selection of books on many topics, but it was “For Whites Only”.

    Before I lost all hope for my term paper, Mrs. R. J. Roddy told me, she could call the librarian in the “whites only” library and see what books they had on the subject of Martial Arts. It turned out that there were quite a few books and magazine articles on the martial arts. The library sent over a two page list of titles. After looking through the list, I picked out some books that I thought I could use as references.

    Mrs. Roddy called back and told the librarian which books I would like to see. The books were sent to my school by special delivery chartered limousine. I do not remember whether these books were the only books sent to my school, but looking back, I am amazed at what lengths they were willing to go to keep me out of the Memphis Public Library. But unbeknownst to me and to everyone around me, a little seed was planted in my heart and soul. That seed grew and grew until it consumed my entire spirit. I would not rest; I could not be satisfied until I had satisfied that hunger deep in my soul for the Oriental Fighting Arts, particularly the Korean Killing ​​Art​​ of​​ Taekwondo.
    It was not until a few years later when I was a cadet at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) that the implications of the incident really hit home. I had been attending, The United States Coast Guard Academy, an all white college in New London, Connecticut. I had access to a well stocked library, not like the small library at Woodstock High. The Woodstock library had little more than a few magazines, newspapers, periodicals, and Reader’s Digest Condensed Books. The more I used the library at the USCGA, the more I became aware of the great deprivation that I had suffered in high school ​​in ​​Memphis, ​​TN. I was fortunate to be able to attend the USCGA.
    After two years at sea on an Icebreaker, the USCGC Glacier (WAGB-4), and another two years as a Search and Rescue Operations Officer in the 17th Coast Guard District Juneau, Alaska, I was appointed Chief of the newly formed Minority Recruiting Section in the Office of Personnel at Coast Guard Headquarters, 7th and D Street, SW, in Washington, DC. My primary duty was to recruit Black High School graduates for the Coast Guard Academy. This was my passion, so I set about this in a most vigorous manner. I have written several books concerning Military Justice, famous Courts-martial Cases, and Social Security Disability Determination Cases. I am a retired member of the New York State Bar Association, The Association of The Bar of The City of New York, and The Tennessee Bar Associations. A Presidential Executive Order issued by President Harry Truman had desegregated the armed forces in 1948, but the military academies lagged far behind in officer recruiting. President John F. Kennedy specifically challenged the Coast Guard Academy to increase appointments to qualified Black American high school students. I was one of the first Black High School students to be offered such an appointment in 1964. I had a Black classmate from New Jersey, Kenny Boyd. We would become known as “The Kennedy Cadets”, because the pressure to recruit us originated with President John F. Kennedy. On June 4, 1968, I graduated from the Coast Guard Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering and a commission as an Ensign in the U.S. Coast Guard. My first duty assignment out of the Academy was in Antarctic research logistical support. In July 1968 I reported aboard the Coast Guard Cutter (CGC) Glacier (WAGB-4), an icebreaker operating under the control of the U.S. Navy. I served as a deck watch officer and head of the Marine Science Department. I traveled to Antarctica during two patrols from July 1968 to August 1969, supporting the research operations of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Research Project in and around McMurdo Station. In 1974, while still an active duty member of the Coast Guard, I entered The National Law Center of The George Washington University. I graduated in 1977 with a Juris Doctor of Laws Degree. I worked as a Law Specialist in the 12th Coast Guard District Office, San Francisco, California and as an Assistant U. S. Attorney for the collection of Civil Penalties under the Federal Boating Safety Act from 1979 to 1982. As Assistant District Legal Officer, I was required to defend as well as prosecute military members who had been charged with violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Occasionally I was asked to represent other officers in administrative actions involving sexual harassment and discrimination. One such case was the Case of Christine D. Balboni Ensign (ENS) Balboni was one of the first female graduates of the Academy, Class of 1981. She filed the first case of Sexual Harassment in the military.

    • Judge London, you are living proof of how America’s 1965 desegregation of the military more than paid off. What a powerful story you have. I look forward to reading the book in its entirety.

      I may note that although you suffered prejudice pre-1965, said denial of rights heightened your empathy to fight for the rights of women in the military about 20 years later in the 1980’s. This book of yours should be offered as a school text book for essays and group discussions.

      Thank you for sharing a bit of your fine literary work here on http://www.TheTrumpTimes.com !

      • Dear Cherylynn, you are truly a gentle person, a lady , and a scholar. Your words are like golden apples in a pitcher of silver. I pray that your words would fly on the wings of an Eagle straight from your mouth to God’s ear. My life has been a fight for the Right without question or pause, sometimes an impossible dream. I eagerly await your next article.

  2. Dear Cherylynn, your article is very informative. It covers the subject very well. One of the Unintended Consequences of murdering Colonel Muammar Qadaffi was the rise of slavery in Libya. That was another bad Foreign Policy decision of the Obama/Hillary Administration. Hillary laughed and said “We came, We saw,He died. Hahaha”. Anyone aware of the enmity between North Africans and Sub-Equatorial Africans, would not be surprised at the rise of slavery under the circumstances you described. Libyans consider themselves as Arabs and not Africans. Arabs have always trafficked in slaves.

    • Mrs. Clinton has stopped laughing now that she is looking for another job. Success is the sweetest revenge!

      Under the wisdom of President Trump, America has once again taken the lead in condemning slavery and reaffirmed the US Constitution 13th Amendment’s commitment to Equal Protection of the Civil Rights, including prohibition of involuntary servitude. On December 29, 2017 the White House stated: “During National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we recommit ourselves to eradicating the evil of enslavement. Human trafficking is a modern form of the oldest and most barbaric type of exploitation. It has no place in our world. This month we do not simply reflect on this appalling reality. We also pledge to do all in our power to end the horrific practice of human trafficking that plagues innocent victims around the world.” read more at https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/president-donald-j-trump-proclaims-january-2018-national-slavery-human-trafficking-prevention-month/

      God Bless America, land of the Free!

      • Yes indeed, Amen. America was chosen by God to lead the World. A leader leads from the front, not from behind as our 44th President was fond of saying between his apologies for American exceptionalism. If the Main Stream Media had more talented and responsible journalists like you, America and the World would have a true picture of the state of the World under President Trump’s leadership.

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