Monday, December 24, 2012

General Relativity and The Compensatory Concept

"General Relativity" and "The Compensatory Concept"

Some ideas are simply too bold.

"Bold" in every since of the word.

Some ideas are said to be "ahead of their time."

I posit that no idea is ahead of its "time" but only that people have a tendency to be slow to grasp the full weight of the idea at the time that it is initially presented.

I also suggest that it is the most grievous of errors to dismiss a new idea that you are presented with on the basis that the idea is too "foreign" to you or because you do not initially understand the idea.

Concerning two seemingly unrelated ideas:  "General Relativity" and "The Compensatory Concept" - I admit to previously dismissing both of them due to my lack of understanding.

Scientific inquiry and investigation is  mandatory, especially, when presented with things that are unfamiliar.

Look up the term: "General Relativity" and volumes have been written about it. It has gained acceptance by the Effective Majority of people.

Look up the term:  "The Compensatory Concept "and you'll find comparatively little information about it.

Does this make the one idea/concept any better(or worse) than the other?

If so, why? If not, why not?

*updated  8/30/13 with new link to book order form

Friday, November 30, 2012

Always Ask the Question: Why?

Here is but one display of why the people of this bountiful planet have no reason to party and nothing to celebrate.

Celebrate while there are starving people?

"Poverty" does not simply exist in a vacuum.

Maybe (maybe) 3,000 years ago it did, but not today, not Year 2012.


"If you do not understand White Supremacy (Racism) - what it is, and how it works - everything else that you understand, will only confuse you." - Neely Fuller Jr.

 I spent years believing that some people are just "unfortunate"... what a ruse.

One video in particular - Park Avenue - should help disabuse one of the notion.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Self-Help or Despair?

I might be mistaken (likely am) but I sometimes sense a current of despair among victims of racism who have read or are at least familiar with the compensatory concept.

This intrigues me.

The comments that I sometimes hear or read suggests that the problem of racism (white supremacy) is hopeless and there is simply nothing that can be done about it.

In a word: Despair.

Per the concept of "VGQ", all victims are entitled to say anything they wish to say concerning race and racism, and I definitely support that part of the concept.

But again, it is still intriguing.

Intriguing is that the compensatory concept itself, as I currently understand it, is all about suggestions of things that can and should be done (right now) about the problem of racism.

I do appreciate and comprehend that each individual is impacted differently within Racism, but some of the reactions by those that say that they are supporters of the compensatory concept cause me to wonder.

As such, I performed a rather informal survey of individuals that I have personally given a copy of the concept.

If the results of my informal survey are any indication of the presumably much larger audience - I now grasp why I hear so much despair and defeat among self-proclaimed victims of racism:

People are not reading the Concept.

Over the past few years, I have hand-delivered a copy to at least 5 individuals and not one of them has yet read it a single time cover-to-cover.

Now, this isn't earth shattering for me, nor is it a total surprise, and it could even be an indication of the worthlessness of the concept itself, but it is revealing to me and makes me wonder just how many other people have actually read the concept, at least once, in its entirety, which most ironically, is the very first suggestion that the book even makes (page C).

The "beauty" and "strength" of the concept is that it only makes suggestions (not commandments), and I suppose an individual's decision to do or not to do any or all of what it suggests would make the difference in how one thinks, feels, and act or react within the system of racism.

The concept is pure "self-help" in its design and scope and it must be thoughtfully read by the individual to be understood and applicable.

Otherwise, the despair, the confusion, the powerlessness, the helplessness, the hopelessness and worse, the system of racism, will remain unchallenged and unchanged.

Despair is an option, but is not the correct option when there are tools at your disposable.

Pick up the tools and use them.

Eric Spann (copyright 2014)

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Sacred Cows

"There is nothing sacred about traditional ignorance.." -Eric/RV

Knowledge of a matter displaces ignorance and fear (lack of knowledge).

Maintaining any traditional practice for no reason other than "tradition-sake" is not very progressive.

A System of Justice should become the new (first?) "African Traditional Religion" of mankind.

A tradition isn't sacred by virtue of its "traditional" practice.

It just might be an incorrect tradition.

Belief in the power of  "witchcraft" is traditional. Its superstition. Traditional reaction to it (i.e. kill the witch) is equally superstition.

However, this too is ignorance and non-just.

Make it a point to examine all traditions against the "gold-standard" of Justice.

What I Used To Know - Ghana be continued

Monday, October 29, 2012


IN a brief posting back in Dec. 2011, I made the following suggestion:

"Black people should immediately STOP ALL arguing and fighting, but especially over "religion."

Why? Because you really don't know much about the religion you claim, and you definitely don't want to waste valuable time and energy that would be better used in countering the strongest and most powerful religion in the world."

At the time, I kept the posting generic but I now realize that more specifics have to be provided.

Since around the time of that December posting, there have been almost a weekly bombing during church services in the country called Nigeria.

Don't believe me - google it.

Every Sunday, for almost 50 straight weeks, countless people have been killed while sitting through church services.

It is pretty pathetic, really.

Next year, in Birmingham, AL, they will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church where four little girls were killed Sunday morning, September 15, 1963.

In Nigeria this year, little girls and boys are being killed almost every Sunday - too many to even keep an accurate tally at this point.

Just yesterday, another 7 people were killed,  in church, in Nigeria.

So again I repeat, Black people all over the globe really need to put an immediate and permanent halt to any and all arguing, debating, and killing each other over the topic of religion. be continued.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Romancing The Past

Everyone wants to bask in a romanticized and/or sanitized version of the past i.e. the "good 'ole' days"

Mountains and mountains of books, movies, college and high school textbooks all glorifying the past accomplishments of some people. Further, there are annual celebrations and reenactments, complete with costumes, regalia, and weaponry. little children that refuse to grow up.

My studies of past events cannot pinpoint a particular time or place that could be considered just and correct.

Meaning, recorded history can not identify a previous condition of:

1. Balance between people,
2. Guaranteeing that no person is mistreated and,
3. Guaranteeing that the person who needs help the most, gets the most constructive help.

Sure, there are the much vaunted  "Golden Age of ______" or the idealized "Pax ______"  and the glorious "_________ Dynasty" but I submit that if any of them were ever "great", NONE of them were, or are, great enough.

The evidence speaks for itself as we do not currently exist in a just and correct world.

So what to do?

Make it your personal duty to stop glorifying the past and deal with today's myriad problems. The biggest now being the system of racism.

Yesteryear is prologue - we're center stage now - the production of Justice is the duty and quite possibly our very reason for existence.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Book Review: The Compensatory Concept Textbook/Workbook

The United-Independent Compensatory Code System Concept a textbook/workbook for Thought, Speech and/or Action for Victims of Racism (white supremacy) by Neely Fuller Jr.
What, exactly, is Race?

What, exactly, is Racism?

If the author's thesis is correct, this will likely be the most important "book" you could ever read on the subject.

NOTE: I put "book" in quotes because to assume that its "just another book", would be a monumental mistake.

Certainly there are countless books that specifically discuss the subject of race/racism, but almost all of them speak of race/racism in the abstract. They tend to speak as if racism is some ethereal and undefinable phenomena. As though racism is some-thing that's "out there." "Out there" as like a vapor..... Others speak in terms of racism being worse in certain geographical locations and better in others.

What separates the Compensatory work book from other books about the topic of racism is that it provides the following:

1) an unequivocal, concrete definition for racism
2) what an individual person can do about it
3) an idea of what should replace racism

The above strengths, in terms of what separates the author's work from all others, is also its greatest weakness, because the entire body of work rests on his concrete definition of race/racism. For if his definition is incorrect, the entire book is practically useless - and this, he readily admits. However, if his definition is correct the implications can not be overstated or exaggerated. Those implications being, without argument, that The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept ranks as one of the greatest scientific discoveries ever made.

I know - that's a pretty bold statement - and for a time, so was heliocentric theory.

Major discovery is not the exclusive domain of certain people, and is not exclusive to a particular place in time.

The compensatory workbook should be approached with the understanding that it was developed over the course of several decades. It was not haphazardly assembled. The book's content and suggestions are the author's careful observations and evaluations of the place in time that we all currently exist. While a single reading of the text might provide an overview of the idea, to fully grasp the code/system/concept/theory will require dedication, study, and action with the ultimate intent of producing "Justice."

Review Followup

Eric Spann (copyright 2014)

Color Update

If this is your first visit  - welcome to the site. Formerly, the blog's background color was different. Today, it was changed.

Hopefully the updated color and formatting makes it easier to read.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Maximum Emergency Compensatory Confinement

"A teenager accused of hindering prosecution in a triple homicide in Auburn received the maximum 20-year sentence today in a separate killing in Montgomery.
 Circuit Judge Gene Reese imposed the sentence on 18-year-old Jeremy Thomas of Montgomery. Thomas pleaded guilty to manslaughter last month for the shooting death of 14-year-old Takira Sada Gaston of Montgomery.
Thomas apologized to Gaston's family before being sentenced, but the victim's grandmother said that did nothing to alleviate her loss...."
Noticed the underlined portion?

The victim's grandmother is absolutely correct.

The ONLY apology that counts is the one that the murderer gives to the victim.

And the ONLY possible way to give a "correct apology" is to join the victim in the "spirit realm".

Yes, you read it, the murderer should die - ASAP.

I'll elaborate on the concept of  a "correct apology" in a moment, but I want to give further context to this story.
"The Montgomery homicide is not related to the Auburn shootings. Auburn police say Thomas was at a pool party on June 9 when a brawl broke out and shots were fired, killing two former Auburn University football players and another man, plus injuring three men.
Thomas is accused of fleeing the party with his friend, 22-year-old Desmonte Leonard of Montgomery, and helping him abandon the getaway car in neighboring Macon County. That resulted in Auburn police charging Thomas with hindering prosecution.
Thomas was free on bond in the Montgomery case when he attended the party. Police arrested him on the hindering prosecution charge June 11."

Points to consider:

- a murderer

- free on bond

- involved in three more murders (Total: 4 known dead persons)

- sentenced to 20 years in prison (greater confinement)


"Correct Apology" or Maximum Emergency Compensatory Confinement: An  explanation.

First, the concept is not my idea.

The concept's author is Neely Fuller Jr.

After given some serious consideration, I support the concept.

As I understand it - there are 3 criteria.

Anytime a person 1) willfully,  2) deliberately, and 3) unjustly takes the life of another person, that person receives the requisite speedy trial and when found guilty, the convicted murderer is immediately placed into Maximum Emergency Compensatory Confinement.

This Compensatory Confinement would be configured in such fashion as to allow the convicted murderer to make a "correct apology" by taking his or her own life.

The configuration of Compensatory Confinement is as follows:

One murderer, in a jail cell, 24x7,  alone, one daily meal, zero bail, zero parole, zero visitation, zero recreation time, zero phone time, zero books, no music, no television..... NO COMFORTS WHATSOEVER  and a single bullet.

The key concept is that no other person should be employed to perform the "capital punishment."

The "person" that chose to willfully, deliberately, and unjustly kill anyone should be given the tools, the equipment, and the opportunity to "capitally punish" and kill exactly one more person -  him/herself.

This sends the message that unnecessary murder is not something that is to ever be tolerated, celebrated, accepted, and definitely not something that anyone should be paid to do.

This concept would apply equally to white and non-white peoples... it should be Universal Law (applicable at all times and in all places in the known universe) and it should be something that is asked for both by the victim's family AND the murderer.

Anything less is to show contempt for Justice.

One Meal and a Single Bullet until the deed is done.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Words Are Tools

In an exchange of views with a Compensatory Communications Associate concerning the various means and ways that are currently being implemented by The Racists to "re-colonize" the non-white people of Africa- I stated:

"According to Compensatory Counter-Racist Logic, in a total System of White Supremacy, the two terms ("white civilian" and "military") are functionally interchangeable.

I suspect that white "civilians" join (become?) the "military" for the purpose of furthering the system of white supremacy, so that once they become (join?) "civilians" again, the system is still intact.

They (white supremacist-racists) are at all times -  in uniform and out - at war and an occupying force against the non-white people of the universe.

I point this out, not to split hairs, but as an individual that is attempting to replace said race-system, with a system of justice.

They successfully hide behind their deceptive word-terms and this is the glue AND the marrow that holds their system in place.

Next to their bombs and missiles, their very clever use of word-terms is the most potent weapon in their arsenal.

Having almost completed a cover-to-cover read of the Counter-Racist Word Guide.....I can now better appreciate Mr. Fuller's imperative and seemingly obsessive stressing of the usage and non-usage of certain word terms.

Its not simply about making up words and definitions for the sake of making up words.

It is a compensatory plan for and about dismantling, bit by bit, this plague and scourge."

/justice/ Is Correct

Friday, June 15, 2012

Ball of Confusion

In 1970, The Temptations released the hit single "Ball of Confusion (That's What the World is Today).

If you haven't heard the track in a while, you should dig in your crates and give it a listen.

Fast forward 41 years and confusion abounds.

Most of what The Temptations "rapped" about in 1970  is very relevant today.

What is especially confusing about now, versus then, is that the System of Racism has become much more refined.

Huh? Say what?

"Refined" Racism dictates that a black male must become "president".....................................

New Download Link

Change is constant...

All of the mp3 download links are no longer active.

Correction: Some of the links are active, but they don't take you to the very specific show that was previously linked to the blog posting.

I'll admit, I was a bit disappointed by this, and stepped away from the blog.

I should've planned better for this eventuality.

The most recent mp3 downloads are still found here (for now anyway):