Saturday, November 29, 2014

"Africans Were the First Americans," by Dr. Imhotep, African Historian

African historian Dr. David Imhotep will be our guest on November 29, 2014 on the "Human Rights Demand" radio broadcast at Blogtalkradio station. To connect with the host, Mary Neal, please call (347) 857-3293 to speak on air. Your questions and comments are appreciated. We will be live on the air and the tape will also be archived at

A new book contradicts what our grade school textbooks have included for ages and could change the way history is written about the Western Hemisphere. In “The First Americans Were Africans” (published by AuthorHouse), author and academic Dr. David Imhotep is bringing forth decades of research and evidence to present readers a comprehensive look into the history and identity of the first Americans. Asserting that Africans were the first Americans and that they arrived 51,000 years prior to the Mongolians, Imhotep illustrates a date that is four times earlier than what is largely referenced.

“Africans not only came before Columbus, but were in the Americas long before any other group, at least 56,000 years ago,” says Dr. Imhotep. “With this book, I produce and expand on evidence from several scientific fields, credible scholars, professors and researchers.”

Imhotep’s extensive research and gathering of evidence is in part a product of his academic training, university-level teaching and extensive world travel. One of the first people to hold a Ph.D. with a specialization in ancient African history, Imhotep credits the creation of his book with helping to life what he calls the “veil of secrecy” over American history. He can be emailed at

Expanding on a foundation of research and historic evidence, The First Americans Were Africans provides insight into remnants of architecture, writings and artifacts as it explores the beliefs surrounding the Vikings, Columbus, the Indians and more. With more than 700 footnotes, Imhotep intends for it to also serve as a guide for future research.

“The first Americans came to this land far before what we have been taught,” he says. “This changes the way history has been written, and fills a void that has long existed.”

About the author: 
Dr. David Imhotep is one of the first people to hold a Ph.D. with a specialization in ancient African history. He has traveled the world researching for the last 30 years, searching for relevant and interesting evidence. He has appeared on and been referenced in various media outlets, including “The New York Times.”

Dr. David Imhotep

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Host for "Human Rights Demand" channel on Blogtalkradio
phone (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Boycott 4 Justice; Our Lives Matter

Only Big Business can order changes in the USA. Make them care about justice. Move protests to suburban malls for increased safety and effectiveness, and Boycott 4 Justice! (Stay on public property, and get permits where applicable.) Protesters must learn to Boycott 4 Justice, or march and mourn FOREVER over corpse after corpse in perpetuum. To us, Black lives matter. The lives of mentally ill and homeless people matter. Mass incarceration and wrongful convictions matter. To decision makers, only money matters. Enlist Big Business to care about justice by withholding what matters most to them - money.

92.1 million: Consumers who shopped on Black Friday in 2013. 248.7 million: Number of shoppers who were in stores and online over Thanksgiving weekend in 2013, up 0.5 percent over the previous year. (Stats are from In 2014, DO NO SHOPPING. Make Big Business demand justice for Michael Brown and other police victims. Demand federal charges against Wilson.

All lives matter. We have the power to effect change peacefully and without bloodshed. We have CONSUMER POWER! Let's use it. Power to the people!

On November 24, 2018, the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri concluded that Officer Darren Wilson killing an unarmed surrendered black teenager, Michael Brown, did not matter. His death cost elitists nothing. Marching and burning local businesses cost them nothing. Temper tantrums were expected. Over sixty protesters in Ferguson were arrested and will now pay bonds or remain incarcerated and contribute to the prison industrial complex. Demonstrations are largely ineffective except for rallying support. The support is here. It is now time to launch a successful boycott throughout the 2014 Holidays. 

We must now Boycott 4 Justice to end unrequited murders of our children.

We must Boycott 4 Justice to end police terrorism and judicial misconduct against our human and civil rights activists like Rev. Pinkney, to stop the corporate takeover of public land and utilities like water, to stop the slaughter of surrendered suspects like Michael Brown, and stop spying and censorship through NSA.

We must now Boycott 4 Justice to end police aggression against our homeless people.

We must Boycott 4 Justice to save our relatives and neighbors with mental illness from mass arrest and wrongful deaths.

We must Boycott 4 Justice to stop endless wars.

Boycott for Justice because OUR LIVES MATTER!

Picket only at suburban malls. The shoppers should be ashamed to violate our Boycott 4 Justice throughout the 2014 Holidays. It will take more than temper tantrums to effect positive change. No shopping online or in person. Enlist help from Big Business to eliminate injustice in America. If marches and petitions matter to decision makers, Troy Davis would still be alive. Only military might and money matter to elitists. Remain peaceful, and keep your money. Power to the people. BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE.


Wrongful Death of Larry Neal

Friday, November 14, 2014

Officer Wilson Acquittal: Boycott 4 Justice

1)  If Officer Wilson is Acquitted, Give No Excuse for Martial Law. BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE. I believe marching is too dangerous and largely ineffective except for publicity, which Brown's murder already has thanks to previous demonstrations by all of the brave Ferguson protesters. At the end of this article is an alarming news alert from the City of Berkeley, Missouri, advising its citizens to take extraordinary precautions for safety in the event of Wilson's acquittal. Protesters were mostly peaceful during demonstrations immediately after Brown's murder, but police were not. Please recall that a cop was sent to stand behind Ferguson protesters and throw rocks at militarized police - perhaps to draw gunfire. Nobody is likely to be shot or arrested for not Christmas shopping. BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE.

2)  Everyone who has children should buy each child only one toy if they celebrate Christmas, but stop purchases at that. Some Ferguson organizations plan a boycott for Black Friday (see the photograph above and a news article about the proposed boycott at the first of six links beneath paragraph no. 7). ALL of us should skip Christmas 2014 altogether if Wilson walks. Michael Brown's death must hurt Big Business, and then Big Business will demand justice for Brown and safety for other black youths. It doesn't cost elitists anything to release killer cops, and that is the problem. We must make Wilson's acquittal very expensive in order to get the Justice Department to levy federal charges against Wilson. We have the power. We have consumer power. BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE.

3)  Send every discount coupon which you received from retailers back to retailers with "Michael Brown" written across them. Explain to children in your families why they will only receive one gift this Christmas, if they expected more. Have them to help protect THEMSELVES and their teenage siblings and cousins and friends by preparing toy ads for mailing back to stores with "Michael Brown" written across the advertisements with bold, black markers. Go online and order NOTHING. Instead send emails to manufacturers saying only "Michael Brown." Teach your children to BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE.

4)  Boycotting is highly effective if enough people participate, but it is not as exciting as protesting. There will be no media presence and no one making rousing speeches. If you really miss the media and confrontations with police, go picket traitors going into the malls. Ask shoppers why they don't care that youths like Michael Brown are shot for walking while black. Do not block ingress and egress to and from the malls, but picketing on the sidewalks at street level should reduce the number of shoppers significantly. People were afraid and ashamed to shop in my town during boycotts in the 1960s.

5)  Picketing shoppers (with permits, if applicable) should provide the excitement and feeling of comradery that boycotting might lack. The police will surely come, but picketing at shopping malls would reduce the likelihood of police using army tanks, helicopters, rubber bullets, and tear gas on protesters, especially in Caucasian areas. If they do use such methods to violate protesters' free speech and freedom of assembly rights, watch NOBODY go shopping the following day. Success! BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE!

6)  Not everyone can participate in demonstrations, but everybody can boycott this Christmas season, even timid or elderly people. Experience success while minimizing personal risks. Government ignores demands made by the People, but Big Business is never ignored. There is no better way to appeal to Big Business than to stop business. All of our protest marches in the 1960s had boycotts associated thereto. If success is slow, coordinate with unions and universities to add work strikes and school walk-outs. It would carry significant impact to add hotel and restaurant workers to the strike during the holidays, especially New Year's. Be effective, peaceful, and safer. 

7)  Thanks to protesters in Ferguson and throughout America directly after Brown's murder, we are set to achieve victory. All it should require to have federal charges levied against Wilson if he is acquitted is a little coordination and sacrifice - not more risks of harm. No adults ever got arrested for "not shopping", "not working," or "not going to school." BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE. See a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article at the link below about the Black Friday boycott sponsored by a coalition of organizations demanding justice for Michael Brown. Their boycott should be observed nationally and span the entire holiday season to ensure success and bring greater respect for the lives of our young men of color everywhere. On the other hand, the article at the second link and the notice to Berkeley, Missouri citizens below should serve as a warning to everyone about where this issue can lead.

1. Michael Brown coalition wants no 'business as usual' Black Friday weekend
(St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
2. Stand Down Ferguson: Camps Ahead
3. Picket Only at Malls for Mike Brown 
4. Human Rights for Prisoners March for Nov. 17, 2014 program at Blogtalkradio:
Ferguson Grand Jury Response: Boycott 4 Justice
5. Fraternal Order of Police

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at
Phone (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Jerome Murdough's Family Jipped in Wrongful Death Settlement

SETTLEMENT REACHED regarding homeless vet baked to death in Rikers Island solitary jail cell - $2.25m. I told you The Cochran Firm frauds would never take the wrongful death of Jerome Murdough case before a jury. Lawyers demanded $25m but settled for less than 10 percent of the demand - then the family's attorney congratulated the defendants for being "willing" to pay that much.

Attorney Derek Sells, who represented the family, said the agreement was “a sign that the administration is willing to work with people mistreated by city agencies and officials.”

Murdough's family members were not told the veteran was dead by any jail or city officials - they found out from an AP reporter who called them for a statement WEEKS LATER. Murdough's death would probably have been covered-up like Larry Neal's is had it not been revealed by AP. This was likely to avoid a wrongful death lawsuit. Luckily for defendants, Murdough's family contracted The Cochran Firm frauds as their wrongful death attorneys. Happy Veterans Day.

A white man who was traumatized by solitary confinement (not baked to death) was awarded a $15.5 million settlement. During the time Stephen Slevin, 58, spent in solitary confinement at Doña Ana County Detention Center, his mental and physical health deteriorated so severely that he spent hours on end rocking back and forth beneath a blanket, his attorney told the Los Angeles Times. "Slevin even wiggled a tooth loose so he could yank it out," Matt Coyte said. Compare Slevin's settlement to Murdough's.

Next, we wait to see what settlement, if any, is reached for the wrongful deaths of Chavis Carter and Walmart shopper, John Crawford. Their black families also contracted with The Cochran Firm, because they did not know any better. 

SOMEBODY in media should warn my people about The Cochran Firm frauds.

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio
Phone (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Stand Down, Ferguson: Camps Ahead

What happened during the Rodney King riots was a desperate attempt by a people who had long been deprived of due process in courts of law. For a period of time, African Americans were hopeful that police violence would be dealt with fairly in criminal and civil courts. That has not been the case. Therefore, the possibility of riots might indeed exist if Wilson is acquitted, but only because the justice system has failed to deliver on its promise of equal justice. In the event that the grand jury fails to indict, I certainly hope that there is no property damage and that no more people are hurt or killed in Missouri or elsewhere. I believe the best course of action if Wilson is acquitted is to press the U.S. Justice Dept. to levy federal charges, as was done in Rodney King's case, and that further demonstrations while tempers are high would be counterproductive.

Whereas Zimmerman was not a government employee, and the police had reportedly told him to stand down, that is not the case with Wilson. Federal prosecution should be the response to an acquittal by the Ferguson grand jury, should the acquittal occurs.

There is a time for all things. Ferguson is going to the United Nations, and the Justice Department has a job it should do to protect the right to life in the USA. Meanwhile, I caution protesters to be cognizant that in December 2011, the president signed the NDAA law, which permits the USA to detain citizens indefinitely without trial or any opportunity for defense. Many of us fought this law from coming to be, and we still oppose it. I perceive this law as a threat to the very idea of liberty and justice for every American, but particularly for the group that has the highest rate of incarceration presently, often without fair trials: African Americans.

Michael Brown was young and inexperienced, and so he died. I am convinced if he had known Officer Wilson would kill him, Brown would have obeyed Wilson immediately without words. The Ferguson protesters are not ignorant like Brown was about the viciousness of militarized police. At least two more young black men were killed in that area since Brown was, and a black woman is hospitalized with a gunshot wound to her head reportedly delivered by Ferguson police. Therefore, I implore Ferguson protesters to "go nowhere with an angry man," as the bible instructs. We have other options, the most important of which is to let tempers cool before embarking on any course of action should Officer Wilson be acquitted. History should teach us that any excuse would do to disregard the human and civil rights of African Americans, and there is a law that says "anything goes." Be angry, but exercise patience.

We have been concerned for some time about Martial Law and people being interned in the concentration camps that are waiting in America and foreign countries. It appears that the powers that should not be do not attempt to justly remedy wrongful deaths such as Brown's and my brother's and many other blacks endured in hopes that African Americans will give an excuse to institute Martial Law and use the concentration camps that are reportedly prepared, staffed, and stocked with supplies. How we respond to Ferguson if Wilson is acquitted could have eternal ramifications for all of us - meaning everyone in America. We have the ability to chose peace, which is really the only reasonable choice when opposed by such a formidable foe as this country can be if a people threatens its security.

Unless you want to be a suicide warrior and completely destroy this troubled peace we have had in this country since slavery officially ended, I advise everyone to STAND DOWN. There is a smarter way: Boycott 4 Justice.

Below is a photograph from Shark Island concentration camp in what is now Namibia. Read about it at and view the videos. Do not bet our lives that the U.S. Government has more scruples than the German Empire. In case you believe in the United States' adherence to human rights, here is the Senate's 500-page report on Bush-era Torture:

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio
Phone (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741