The black boule exposed years ago?

Throughout history we have always heard about secret societies. Most don’t believe or even blink a eye when the conversation is  developing. The late great Steve Cokely would tell us other wise as he mentions the black boule.   

At the beginning of the twentieth century, national, state and local racial discrimination and segregation, legitimized by the 1896 Plessey v. Ferguson Supreme Court decision that called for separate but equal racial policies and practices, and further sanctioned by the passage of local and state Jim Crow laws throughout the nation, limited housing, education and employment opportunities for black Americans for more than half of the 20th century.  Black citizens were forced to live in segregated neighborhoods with limited access to educational, economic and political opportunities, housing options, and community and health services throughout the United States. Yet, within black communities, social organizations, churches, benevolent associations, secret fraternal groups, private schools, newspapers and small entrepreneurial businesses were established to provide for individual and family support and sustainability.sustainability.
(Henry M. Minton)
Such was the case in the city of Philadelphia, with a population of black citizens in 1900 of approximately 63,000. Here, in his home city of Philadelphia, Henry McKee Minton and a small group of his colleagues founded Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, the nation’s first black Greek-letter Fraternity.
The mind blowing factor in this article is skull and bones was a big help in creating the boule. Fashioned after Yale's Skull and Bones, the Boule historically takes pride in having provided leadership and service to Black Americans during the Great Depression, World Wars I and II, and the Civil Rights Movement. The early 20th century was a period of reconstruction.  Marcus Garvey's "Back to Africa" Movement was in full swing. Garvey represented genuine Black leadership.  W.E.B. Dubois, founding member of the NYC chapter of the Boule said, "The Boule was created to keep the black professional away from Marcus Garvey".

So who is the black boule working for really. Still in 2019 their name still can bring up heated discussions. Who would ever think there be a secret society hiding right in front of the human eye. Researcher Steve Cokely (1952-2012) is the ultimate source of the information on the Boule. His persistent theme is that the Jewish financial elite had put a phony black leadership class in a position of influence and wealth. Their role is to protect their sponsors and perpetuate their hegemony. Genuine leaders like MLK and Malcolm X, who forget their “place,” are eliminated. Ironically, when Steve was hospitalized in 2012 he expressed fears that they would kill him in the hospital. This appears to have taken place. He was married and had three children.

Here is a short list that could shock some people!
1. Martin Luther King
2. Jesse Jackson
3. Steve Harvey
4. Al Sharpton
5. LeBron James?

The black boule exposed years ago? The black boule exposed years ago? Reviewed by Anson Moore on August 11, 2019 Rating: 5

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