Welcome To Earthcolony.net – Police Stop The Killing! By Wayne Johnson, Political-Economist, Attorney


Police Public Relations Officer Justifying Shooting at Santa Rosa Press Conference


On October 25, 2013, in Santa Rosa this Deputy Sheriff shot this 13-year-old child, Andy Lopez.


 13 Year-old Andy Lopez, Deceased




This Deputy must think we are stupid.   He discharged his service weapon at this child, Andy Lopez, more than six times because he claims he felt this child, who had a pellet gun had a real AK47 and he felt his life was in danger.   




Well, let’s look at the reported “official” facts and the facts as the officer allegedly reported them.   



  • This Sheriff’s Deputy is a Veteran of one of the United States’ wars in what we are told is the “Middle East”
  • Lopez was spotted by cops in Sonoma County carrying what they believed was a rifle
  • They allegedly ordered him to drop his weapon and opened fire in less than 10 seconds when he didn’t comply
  • He was hit multiple times and died on the spot
  • A witness has now come forward to say that deputies continued to shoot at the boy’s body even after he had fallen to the ground
  • The cops claim Lopez had his back to them so they didn’t realize that he was just 13 years old
  • Federal law requires replica guns to have an orange tip, but Lopez’s toy rifle allegedly didn’t have one



I am told the officer says child refused to drop the weapon, but instead trained it on him. 



First, why is a veteran who is most likely suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) policing public streets in the United States?  Nobody reported a crime and he should not have been on high alert.  Everybody knows boys play with toy firearms.  He probably played with firearms too.  That is why he became a cop. This Deputy was probably experiencing flashbacks that are common in those returning from combat.   



Second, the body of a 13 year-old boy looks like the body of a child, even from the rear, unless we hear information to the contrary.    We have heard nothing about this child to allow us to assume he looked older.  



Third, the boy supposedly had an airsoft rifle.   They are like pellet guns; however they shoot plastic pellets, as opposed to metal pellets.  They manufacture replica pellet guns as well as replica airsoft weapons.   Anyone who knows anything about pellet guns knows that they do not have orange tips.  It is not unlawful for a child to possess an airsoft weapon or a pellet weapon.   Some manufacturers place orange tips on their replicas. 


Fourth, the deputy allegedly gave the child a warning; however, we do not know exactly what the officer allegedly said or whether the child could even hear him.

Fifth. we do not know if the alleged warning was sufficient. 

Sixth, we do know is he gave the boy less than ten (10) seconds before he began firing. That may not be enough time under all circumstances to allow the child to hear comprehend, and comply.



Seventh, to continue to shoot the boy after he had fallen to the ground was just cruel.   



I do not know if the officer was really frightened.  I do not know if he thought this 13 year was older, or how much older he thought the kid to be.   I do not know if he thought this weapon looked authentic or weather he thought the child would fire.  This officer has poor judgment, and he is a coward.  


I doubt the child would refuse to drop his weapon in the face of a real threat, unless he panicked.  I seriously doubt anyone would train his replica weapon on a police officer unless he had a death wish. 




In June of 2007, a West Memphis officer shot and killed a twelve (2) year-old boy, claiming he was armed with a toy gun that looked like a “Glock.”


In August of 1998, two Brooklyn cops who fired at a teenager 17 times, critically wounding him, for supposedly waving a water pistol that allegedly looked like a machine gun.  The teenager allegedly refused to drop his toy gun.


Police officers are paid big bucks and get a lot of perks to protect and serve.  That requires taking a risk every once in awhile; however, many of them risk nothing.   They shoot first and ask questions later.  That is not being brave.  That is being a punk.

Oft-times the public relations departments of these police departments begin damage control before they interview the culprit or even have the facts. They justify the shootings before they know what even occurred.  They are too close to the shooters.  Oft-times, they too have been accused of wrongful shootings / excessive force and they show too much empathy with the shooters.



If these cops are too terrified to hesitate a little to evaluate the facts, maybe they should consider another profession. 



These officers should stop lying about the facts and own up. What is wrong with “manning up” and admitting you panicked and possibly made a mistake?  Is a job more important than your conscience? 



Welcome to Earth Colony.net: TRICK OR TREAT: WHITE SUPREMACIST TRICKNOLOGY, by Dr. Steven Nur Ahmed


White supremacists are getting a face lift; they are having cosmetic surgery. They want to appear young, clean, and fertile. Like a whore, they want to turn tricks with unsuspecting and ignorant men, women, and children. For it is such as they who are the kinds of people they have preyed upon for centuries. They yell out from street curbs everywhere: “10 and 2, ten dollars for the womb and two dollars for the room.”  They give birth to trick baby psychopaths like Joseph Paul Frank.  He drove around murdering people because they did not fit the white supremacist model.

Joseph Paul Franklin

Joseph Paul Franklin


Their home grown instinctual insecurities can no longer be adequately rationalized by the centuries old forms of racism and race religion which they institutionalized and practice. This is so because they are now being challenged by the beatific vision; it is the truth. The truth now has them in panic mode; it is driving them into a mad frenzy. They know that their power over and control of the collective conscious is at stake.


Their new myth is slowly displacing their old creation myths which were and are based upon the assumption of the polygenetic origin of the different human phenotypes. But don’t be fooled, they are using the same old tricknology. 


Zachariah Sitchin

The new myth has its new priestly ideologues.  They have asserted their apostle’s creed that Nordic aliens made the so-called white race. They are many. Zachariah Sitchin[1] (dead), Marshell Klarfeld[2], and Gerald Clark[3] are but a few who are panicking in the dark to find a way to propagandize their new lie.  No doubt some are financed by psychological operations (psyche-opts) connected to government. But they all have a common goal; it is to maintain a psychological advantage over non-European people. 


For racism and its priestly ideologues to survive as an institution and to stay in power they must morph their myth. They know that its outward appearance must change. That is so because the basic premises of their old mythological propositions such as that ‘there are races’ and that ‘they each developed independently of each other’ and that ‘some are superior and others inferior based upon skin color and intelligence’ has been disproven by modern genetic science. Their old icons of racial types[4] now lay scattered about on the highway of history like discarded refuse.[5]  


Their new story turns on the existence of extra-terrestrial UFO observations made by people all over the world.  Though such observations are a fact and are circumstantial evidence of the existence of UFOs, the ultimate fact is that no other material evidence exists anywhere which can prove any of their theses regarding who or what is riding in or controlling UFOs.   


So, they cleverly use what they know are un-definable and vague subjects to support their hypotheses. They use dead languages. They use ancient cave drawings. They use Jewish biblical creation myths. They use Greek polytheistic mythology.  And now they have added to their creed references to ‘Nordic tall blond’ aliens from space.  Now they say it is the Nordic aliens who are the ‘Let Us…’ in the Genesis creation myth.[6] They do that to make a persuasive argument in support of their theses to attract attention in popular race culture.[7]  They preach their sermons from the pulpit of radio shows such as ‘Coast to Coast AM’. 


However, therein lay the fallacy. Their various arguments are fallacious at their core. For it is a fundamental law of logic that an argument with a true premise combined with a false premise can only produce a false conclusion even if the form of the argument is valid and even if the premises stack up a mile high.  So, because their premises reek with falsity what they seek are true believers whose irrational insecurities can be manipulated. They want the reigns of irrational power under their control. The history of Europe and the United States has proven that race ideology is irrational and thus it is destructive power.   



Modern genetic scientists have irrefutably proven that all human beings stem from an 80,000 year old ethnic group called the San Bushman. The San Bushman still lives in South Africa. They are the oldest living human survivors of a planetary super volcanic catastrophe which occurred about 80,000 years ago in Sumatra, Indonesia on what is now called Lake Toba. That catastrophe caused mass extinction of life on our planet.  A few thousand humans survived. 


All human ethnic groups carry the ‘Y’ chromosome marker of the San Bushman.[8]  It is passed down unchanged from father to son. Genetic analysis of people all over the world has conclusively proven that all human beings are descendants of Africans out of Western Southern Africa.[9]  It is the ‘San Bushman’ DNA which carry all of the genetic variety we see extent in all human phenotypes in the world.  That includes both dominant and recessive genetic traits.


Later, some 2% to 3% of Neanderthal and Denisovan hominid DNA entered the human population DNA.  That genetic inclusion occurred when some Africans migrated over from North Africa into Southern Europe from the Sahara when the Sahara was wet and green. It occurred some 100,000 years ago.[10] Evidence now substantiates that they naturally interbred with Neanderthal Hominids in Europe as well as with Denisovan Hominids in Siberia, Asia, and Pacific Islands.[11] 


Don’t be a ‘trick baby’. We should celebrate our common ancestry and work hard to eliminate racism in our society and in the world.






[1] Zachariah Sitchin, The 12th Planet, Bear & Company, Rochester, Vermont, 1976

[2] Marshell Klarfeld, The Anunnaki Were Here, by Marshell Klarfeld, 2012

[3] Gerald Clark, The Anunnaki of Nibiru: Mankind’s Forgotten Creators, Enslavers, Saviors, and Hidden Architects of the New World, by Gerald Clark, 2013

[4] Johann Blumenbach, On the Natural Variety of Mankind; 1775

[5] Nina Jablonski, Skin: A Natural History, University of California Press, Ltd., 2013

[6] Genesis 1:26-28

[7] Think for a moment. Why would you call an alien from another planet a ‘Nordic’ and named after a geographical place on earth?  Wouldn’t you call the people there after the name of the alien ‘place’ if the alien tampered with their DNA?

[8] Spencer Wells, The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey, Princeton University Press, 2002

[9] Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, The Great Human Diasporas, Basic Books, New York, 1995

[10] There is a 20,000 year hydrologic cycle which makes north Africa a tropical paradise. The cycle was calculated by M. Milankovitch. About 6,000 years ago the dry cycle started and gave rise to ancient Egypt as people moved close to the Nile for water. In about 15,000 years the Sahara will be wet and green again.

[11] See: David Reich ,Harvard University, Harvard Medical School; Discovermagazine.com/2013/march/14-interbreeding-neanderthals

Definition: Tricknology means an unsound or un-cogent argument characterized by a valid logical form but with one or two false premises or un-verifiable subjects or predicates in a proposition or by the intentional use of grammatical errors or by use of some formal fallacious method.

Black Blemish – Largest Slave Rebellion in United States History – By Wayne Johnson, Political-Economist, Attorney

When I read about the Seminoles, I felt “dissed,” cheated out of an education.  I wanted to sue my grade school district for all the false and misinformation it forced me to test on.  Frankly, I wanted to slap somebody for the waste of time.  Had they told me my historical studies were all fantasy, like episodes from Walt Disney, maybe I could have accepted it.


        Drawing of Seminoles


Europeans were not brave.  They were not great warriors or lovers of freedom. They used treachery and deceit, and man’s willingness to trust and believe all men have true hearts, to win their confidence and to convince them that all they wanted was to live in peace.  They were able to convince warring factions that it was in their best interests to sign a treaty and to align with them, and then they did what they did so well, break the treaties.


The story of the Seminoles is American history.  Their story is our story.  It ties United States American history, Black slave history, United States English History, Spanish – American History, Native American History, Black-Native American History, and Mexican History into one piece, and it makes sense of it all.  All the lies suddenly make sense.  You wonder why all the oppressed people did not rise up and fight?  

You wonder why they did not escape to the islands or to Mexico where they were better suited for the climate and where they were less likely to be returned to bondage.   Well they did, and they put on a grand spectacle.  You understand why people believed the lies that the slave owners told them. 



As early as 1689, African slaves fled from South Carolina to Spanish Florida seeking freedom. These were people who gradually formed what has become known as the Gullah culture of the coastal Southeast.  Under an edict fro King Charles II of Spain in 1693, the black fugitives received liberty in exchange for defending the Spanish settlers at St. Augustine. The Spanish organized the black volunteers into a militia; their settlement at Fort Mose, founded in 1738, was the first legally sanctioned free Black town in North America.


Not all the slaves escaping south found military service in St. Augustine to their liking. More escaped slaves sought refuge in wilderness areas in Northern Florida, where their knowledge of tropical agriculture—and resistance to tropical diseases—served them well.


 Most of the blacks who pioneered Florida were Gullah people who escaped from the rice plantations of South Carolina (and later Georgia).  As Gullah, they had developed an Afro-English based Creole, along with cultural practices and African leadership structure.  The Gullah pioneers built their own settlements based on rice and corn agriculture. They became allies of the Creek and other Indians escaping into Florida from the Southeast at the same time.


In Florida, they developed the Afro-Seminole Creole, which they spoke with the growing Seminole tribe.

Following the British defeat of the French in the Seven Years War, in 1763 the British took over rule in Florida, in an exchange of territory with the Spanish for former French lands west of the Mississippi.  The area was still considered a sanctuary for fugitive American slaves, as it was lightly settled. Many slaves sought refuge near growing American Indian settlements.


In 1773, when the American naturalist William Bartram visited the area, the Seminole had their own tribal name, derived from cimarron, the Spanish word for runaway.   Do you remember the Cadillac Cimarron? 


Cimarron was also the source of the English word maroon, used to describe the runaway slave communities of Florida, the Great Dismal Swamp who had developed on the border of Virginia and North Carolina, and maroons on colonial islands of the Caribbean, and other parts of what they called the New World. 


Florida had been a refuge for fugitive slaves for at least 70 years by the time of the American Revolution.  Communities of Black Seminoles were established on the outskirts of major Seminole towns.  A new influx of freedom-seeking blacks reached Florida during the American Revolution (1775–83), escaping during the disruption of war.


During the Revolution, the Seminole allied with the British, and African Americans and Seminole came into increased contact with each other.  The Seminole held some slaves, as did the Creek and other Southeast Indian tribes.  During the War of 1812, members of both communities sided with the British against the US in the hopes of defeating American settlers; they strengthened their internal ties and earned the enmity of the war’s American General Andrew Jackson.


Spain had given land to some Muscogee (Creek) Native Americans.  Over time the Creek were joined by other remnant groups of runaway slaves and Southeast American Indians, such as the Miccosukee and the Apalachicola, and formed communities. Their community evolved over the late 18th and early 19th centuries as waves of Creek left present-day Georgia and Alabama under pressure from white settlement and the Creek Wars.  By a process of ethnogenesis, the Indians and the runaway African slaves formed the Seminole Nation.




Abraham, a Black Seminole leader, from N. Orr’s engraving in The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida War (1848) by John T. Sprague.


The Black Seminole culture that took shape after 1800 was a dynamic mixture of African, Native American, Spanish, and slave traditions. Adopting certain practices of the Native Americans, maroons wore Seminole clothing; strained koonti, a native root; and made sofkee, a paste created by mashing corn with a mortar and pestle. They also introduced their Gullah staple of rice to the Seminole, and continued to use it as a basic part of their diets. Rice remained part of the diet of the Black Seminoles who moved to Oklahoma.

Some, initially living apart from the Native Americans, the maroons developed their own unique African-American culture, based in the Gullah culture of the Low Country. Black Seminoles inclined toward a syncretic form of Christianity developed during the plantation years. Certain cultural practices, such as “jumping the broom”” to celebrate marriage, hailed from the plantations; other customs, such as some names used for black towns, reflected African heritage.


As time progressed, the Seminole and Blacks had limited intermarriage; but historians and anthropologists have come to believe that generally the Black Seminoles had independent communities.  Like most tribal societies, they allied with the other Seminole at times of war.  The Seminole society was based on matrilineal kinship systems, in which inheritance and descent went through the maternal line.  Children belonged to the mother’s clan. While the children might integrate customs from both cultures, the Seminole believed them to belong to the mother’s group more than the father’s.



The African Americans had more of a patriarchal system. But, under the South’s adoption of the principle of partus sequitur ventrem, incorporated into slavery law in the states, children of slave mothers were considered born into slavery. Even if the mother had escaped, her children were legally considered slaves and fugitives, like her. As a result, the Black Seminole were always at risk from slave raiders.



African-Seminole relations

By the early 19th century, maroons (free blacks and runaway slaves) and the Seminole were in regular contact in Florida, where they evolved a system of relations unique among Native Americans and blacks. In exchange for paying an annual tribute of livestock and crops, black prisoners or slaves found sanctuary among the Seminole. Seminoles, in turn, acquired an important strategic ally in a sparsely populated region.  In the 19th century, the Whites called the Black Seminoles were called “Seminole Negroes.”  The Native Americans respectfully called them Estelusti (Black People).  These were the original “Buffalo Soldiers.”


Typically, many or most members of the Black Seminole communities were not identified as slaves of individual Native American chiefs. Black Seminoles lived in their own independent communities, elected their own leaders, and could amass wealth in cattle and crops. Most importantly, they bore arms for self-defense. Florida real estate records show that the Seminole and Black Seminole people owned large quantities of Florida land. In some cases, a portion of that Florida land is still owned by the Seminole and Black Seminole descendants in Florida.


Under the comparatively free conditions, the Black Seminoles flourished.  United States Army Lieutenant George McCall recorded his impressions of a Black Seminole community in 1826: 

We found these negroes in possession of large fields of the finest land, producing large crops of corn, beans, melons, pumpkins, and other esculent vegetables. … I saw, while riding along the borders of the ponds, fine rice growing; and in the village large corn-cribs were filled, while the houses were larger and more comfortable than those of the Indians themselves.


Historians estimate that during the 1820s, 800 blacks were living with the Seminoles.   These black Seminoles who settled in the swampy terrain of Florida established cultivation methods that were identical to that of the methods of the Africans in Sierre Leone. 



The Black Seminole settlements were highly militarized, unlike the communities of most of the slaves in the Deep South. The military nature of the African-Seminole relationship led General Edmund Pendleton Gaines, who visited several flourishing Black Seminole settlements in the 1800s, to describe the African Americans as more like “vassals and allies” than slaves of the Native Americans.

In terms of spirituality, the ethnic groups remained distinct. The Native Americans followed the nativistic principles of their Great Spirit. Blacks had a syncretic form of Christianity brought with them from the plantations. 


The Indians used the blacks as translators to advance their trading with the British and other tribes.  Together in Florida they developed Afro-Semin ole Creole, identified in 1978 as a distinct language by the linguist Ian Hancock.  Black Seminoles and Freedmen continued to speak Afro-Seminole Creole through the 19th century in Oklahoma. Hancock found that in 1978, some Black Seminole and Seminole elders still spoke it in Oklahoma and in Florida.



Under pressure, the Native American and Blacks moved into south and central Florida.  Slaves and Black Seminoles frequently migrated down the peninsula to escape from Cape Florida to the Bahamas.  Hundreds left in the early 1820s after the United States acquired the territory from Spain, effective 1821. Contemporary accounts noted a group of 120 migrating in 1821, and a much larger group of 300 African-American slaves escaping in 1823, picked up by Bahamians in 27 sloops and also by canoes.  They developed a village known as Red Bays on Andros, where basketmaking and certain grave traditions associated with the Black Seminole tradition are still practiced.  Federal construction and staffing of the Cape Florida Lighthouse in 1825 reduced the number of slave escapes from this site.


On December 28, 1835, Seminole warriors attacked a column of 107 U.S. soldiers led by Major Francis Dade, sparking a battle that would bring the United States fully into the costliest Indian war in its history.



Dade Battlefield Historic State Park in Bushnell, Florida (an easy drive from both Tampa and Orlando) preserves the site of  one of the most important battles in American history. Major Dade and 103 of his men died here in an event that was the “Little Bighorn” of its day.


Tensions were extremely high in Florida when Major Dade and 108 men marched out from Fort Brooke (today’s Tampa) in late December of 1835. The U.S. Government was attempting to force the Seminoles to voluntarily relocate to new lands west of the Mississippi. Hundreds of Seminole chiefs and warriors were opposed to the move.
Although several small encounters had taken place, open warfare had not yet erupted.


Dade and his men were marching, with a single piece of artillery, to reinforce the garrison at Fort King, a frontier stockade on the present site of Ocala. The soldiers were wary of possible attack, but by the 28th December had emerged from the thick swamps along their route and were marching through fairly open pine lands.


According to one survivor, Private Ransom Clarke, the major had just promised the men a three day Christmas rest when they reached Fort King when suddenly a shot rang out.


Unknown to Dade and his men, they had been watched for days since they had left Tampa Bay and were now walking into an ambush laid by around 200 Seminole warriors. The Native American leaders Micanopy, Jumper and Alligator were all on the field.


This was the very first major guerrilla war ever fought against the United States government.  Following the signal shot, the Seminoles opened fire from the cover of palmetto and high grass and Major Dade, his horse, and roughly half the column went down in the first volley.  One survivor told Major F.S. Belton that the Seminoles fired at least fifteen rounds before the soldiers ever actually saw a warrior.


                                     Painting Of Major Dade


The Seminoles swarmed forward, but were driven back by the fire of Dade’s cannon. The artillery blasts caused a pause in the battle long enough for the soldiers to regroup.


Taking advantage of the brief lull they threw up a triangular breastwork of logs. It was only about three logs high, however, when the Seminoles attacked again.


Archaeologists later found piles of flattened rifle balls at the site of the log breastworks.  When the smoke finally cleared, virtually the entire army force had been wiped out. Dade, his officers and at least 103 men were dead.


Four soldiers, all badly wounded, survived the attack. Among these were Privates John Thomas and Ransom Clarke of Company C, 2nd U.S. Artillery.  Despite their wounds, Thomas and Clarke carried the news of the attack back to Fort Brooke. A third survivor, Joseph Sprague, also reached the fort before dying, but a fourth was killed before he could make it to Tampa Bay.  Dade’s interpreter Louis Pacheco, was either captured or voluntarily went over to the Seminoles.


Although there had been several small skirmishes or incidents before the 28th, it was the destruction of Dade’s command that sparked the Second Seminole War.


Dade County is named after Major Dade.  Dade Battlefield Historic State Park includes the preserved battlefield area, reconstructed log breastworks. 



For more information on the Seminoles go research Chief Osceola and go to “Johnhorse.com.” 


Who was Chief Osceola?  Osceola, also known as Billy Powell (1804 – January 30, 1838), became an influential leader of the Seminole.  Of mixed parentage, some historians say he was mixed with Creek, Scots-Irish, and English.  Some say he was also mixed with Black.





                   Drawing of Chief Osceola         Photograph of Descendant of Chief Osceola




 Drawing of John Horse


Who was John Horse?  John Horse (ca. 1812–1882), also known as Juan Caballo, Juan Cavallo, John Cowaya (with spelling variations) and Gopher John, (Black Seminole) was an African-American military advisor to the chief Osceola and a leader of Black Seminole units fighting against United States (US) troops during the Seminole Wars in Florida.



Let us ignore for one minute that the Human race is one, with mutations.  Of Seminole-African-Spanish descent, John Horse moved to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) during Indian Removal in 1842 and was personally freed in 1843. 


Georgia slave holders invaded Florida looking for runaway slaves and were soon met with opposition with Seminoles.  When the Black Seminoles faced continuing threats from slave raiders, he led a group to northern Mexico, where they achieved freedom in 1850. Horse served as a captain in the Mexican Army and, after 1870, with the US Army as a scout.

John Horse, called Juan Caballo as a child, was born around 1812 in Florida. He was a Seminole slave of Spanish, Seminole, and African American descent.   However, to say he was a Black Seminole or of Seminole descent is a misnomer because the original Seminoles were not entirely Native Americans at all.  They were mostly runaway African slaves.  In fact, the word Seminole is derived from the Spanish phrase, “to run away.”  They later mixed in with the Natives of the area and some of the next generation of runaway slaves were purchased by the Seminoles and treated like freedmen to prevent their re-capture and reintroduction into European slavery. 


By declaring all runaway slaves to be free if they reached Florida, and agreed to fight for Spain, the Spanish saw this as an opportunity to protect itself from English incursions into Florida, a place where it did not maintain a huge military presence. 


 For obvious reasons, the English, and later the United States slave owners, saw this as a threat to their slave society.  If slaves could find freedom by crossing into Florida White slave owners would fear a perpetual loss of revenue, and pursuit of happiness (subjugation of Blacks).



Moved from Florida because it was not economical to have a homebase right in the deep south where they could not control the courts, and slave freedom.


Interestingly enough, The British were not originally as harsh slavers as the United States “Founding Fathers,” and they even offered freedom to slaves who dared fight with them to put down the American Revolution. 



Ironically, Anthony Johnson (c1600 — 1670) was an Angolan indentured servant who achieved freedom and became a property owner and slaveholder in the Colony of Virginia  in the early 17th century. 



       Drawing of Anthony Johnson


Held as an indentured servant in 1621, he earned his freedom after several years, which was accompanied by a grant of land. He later became a successful tobacco farmer.  Notably, he is recognized for attaining great wealth after having been an indentured servant and for being one of the first legally recognized black slave owners in the English colonies.



In one of the earliest freedom lawsuits in the new world, John Casor argued that he was an indentured servant who had been forced by Anthony Johnson to serve past his term.  He was freed and went to work for Robert Parker as an indentured servant.  Anthony Johnson sued Parker for Casor’s services.  In ordering Casor returned to his master, a free black, for life, the court both declared John Casor a slave and sustained the right of free Blacks to own slaves, and unfortunately this Black man solidified, through his greed, the purported legal justification and the right of Whites to claim all Africans in slavery to be slaves for life.



Before John Horse became a chief, he lived in Micanopy, former Spanish Florida.  John Horse, like many slaves, assumed the surname of his owner, Charles Cavallo (who may also have been his father).  “Horse” is the meaning of Cavallo.   His mother may have been of mixed African-Indian parentage, and was possibly owned by Charles Cavallo, who was possibly of Indian-Spanish parentage.   They also had a daughter, Juana (spelled “Wannah” or “Warner” in some sources).  Not much is known about Charles Cavallo. He did not appear to treat his two mixed-race children as slaves.  In fact, few were as harsh on slaves as those who claimed to be freedom loving United States citizens. 


The year we are told John Horse was born, the War Of 1812 broke out between the United States and the Great Britain. Horse was probably living with his mother in one of the black towns under the jurisdiction of the Alachua band of Oconee along the Suwane River. When General Andrew Jackson invaded the area, he scattered the tribal peoples and their black allies.



In 1739 slave fugitives in St. Augustine built a fort to protect themselves and the British. Black Seminoles led the coalition against slavery in the North. Black Seminoles even planted “spies” posing as African slaves being sold by Creeks to the British just to gather information. Eventually the red Seminoles began to join the resistance. This is when the whites living in what is now the United States became worried. They never anticipated the well working relationship between the reds and blacks.


The Seminole Wars


The First Seminole War (1817–1818) occurred during Horse’s childhood.


Slave owners soon realized that the Seminole Nation could put an end to slavery.  This caused the first Seminole War. Seminoles struck U.S. slave plantations. When the St. Augustine blacks joined in, the Seminole raids were destructive and the Seminoles could not be stopped.  General Andrew Jackson of the U.S. Military vowed to wipe out the Seminoles.  The Seminoles took control of a British fortress and re-named it “Fort Negro” which was manned by black Seminole officers. The Seminole army consisted of 300 Seminole men in which only 34 were red Indians.



African slaves began to join the army the Seminoles seemed indestructible.  With General Andrew Jackson’s rank on the line, he gathered U.S. troops, Marines and sought the assistance of 500 Creek Indians.  Jackson’s orders were to kill the Seminoles, blow up the fort and restore the Africans to their rightful owners.  A war erupted after the Seminoles refused surrender and a cannon ball was fired into the Fort Negro’s ammunition barracks which blew up the fort.  In the ruins, 270 Seminoles were dead, 64 were fatally wounded and the leader of the Seminole resistance, Garcia was captured alive and then executed. 



General Jackson kept this incident a secret from the public for 20 years because Jackson never had an official declaration of war signed, therefore it was considered murder, not war.  However, this massacre was only the beginning of the Seminole resistance and was only the first of three Seminole wars that would carry on for years.


The remaining black Seminoles relocated to the Tampa Bay area where they nursed their wounds and prepared for the next battle.  The Seminoles this time joined forced with Chief Billy Bowlegs.  Without the U.S. Congress knowledge, Andrew Jackson went on a rampage throughout Florida burning black Seminole villages of Fowltown.  When James Monroe took the U.S. Presidency in 1817, Jackson proposed a secret plan to take Florida from the Seminoles who at the time owned certain territories of Florida.


Jackson soon captured Pensacola and without a declaration of war, Florida passed into U.S. hands.  Another state owned by blacks that the U.S. captured.  Since Florida was, according to European rules, officially Spanish territory, the U.S. paid Spain $5 million for Florida, making Jackson’s illegal seizure appear as a real estate purchase.



The U.S. then tried to separate the black and red Seminoles by trying to convince the Seminole leader King Hatchy to turn over anyone who had black skin.  King Hatchy replied that he would use force if any government tried to pass through the Seminole territory and he would not hand over any black Seminoles. 



To disrupt racial alliance between blacks and reds, the U.S. promoted slavery among the Seminoles and tried to convince them that the other “Indian” nations were also interested in slavery.  The Seminoles rejected. 



The U.S. then sent in wealthy Creek Indians who owned slaves to persuade their tribal cousin the red Seminoles to become slave holders.  Whites and Creek Indians were encouraged to raid black Seminole villages for slaves.  Free Seminole men, women, and children were carried off and sold in southern slave markets as “Negros.”


Many black Seminoles relocated further into the swamps and became known as “Maroon.” 


Other black Seminoles agreed to be taken into slavery as long as they were able to own their own cattle, horses, hogs, and were treated like family rather than like their African cousins.


These black Seminoles had equal liberty with whites.  These Seminoles were not considered slaves but they were considered Seminoles who maintained their African names, dressed in fine Seminole clothing, and turbans, as did Moors in Africa.



The remaining Seminoles migrated to Mexico for 20 years and others migrated to Texas and mixed in with the black tribes of the Washitaw.



During the Second Seminole War of 1835 to 1842, John Horse served as a sub-chief of the Seminoles and negotiated with the United States Army.  In 1831, during the Second Seminole War, a force of Seminole Indians defeated U.S. troops in the Battle of Okeechobee in Florida.  


Chief John Horse shared command with Alligator Sam Jones and Wild Cat.  The United States Congress conceded that they could probably handily defeat the Native Americans, but for they skill and bravery of the African slaves fighting amongst them.   Blacks had a reputation as “fearless” fighters in the numerous battles with U.S. troops.  Unfortunately, Blacks also served with the American troops as scouts, interpreters, and even spies.   It should also be noted that many of the diseases Whites brought with them that annihilated the Native Americans did not impact the Africans as they had been exposed to those diseases for hundreds of years. 

In the spring of 1838, Horse surrendered to US troops.  This may have been after the death of his first wife, a Seminole woman said to have been a daughter of Chief Holatoochee, a brother or nephew of the chief Micanopy.


Horse was given his freedom by General Worth for his service to the U.S. in the latter days of the Second Seminole War in Florida. Horse had taken advantage of General Thomas Sydney Jesup’s promise of freedom to escaped slaves who would surrender and accept removal to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi. Horse’s wife and children, who also were removed to Indian Territory, did not gain freedom by his service, so they were at risk from slave traders. With other Seminole, Horse was shipped from Tampa Bay to New Orleans and then to Indian Territory. There he settled with the Seminole and Black Seminole who had accepted removal. In the Indian Territory, Horse rose as a leader of the Black Seminole.



Horse accepted a job as an interpreter for the US Army.  They asked him to help persuade remaining insurrectionists in Florida to surrender and relocate to Indian Territory.  Horse returned to Florida in 1839 to recruit people for removal.  He returned to Indian Territory in 1842 along with some 120 Seminole who had been captured and deported.



In Indian Territory, the exiled Seminole leadership voted freedom for John Horse around 1843 for his services to them during the war.  At the time, Chief Micanopy (Mico Nuppa) had nominal ownership over Horse. He officially granted the warrior his freedom.



Conflict arose as the Seminoles had been placed on the Creek people reservation, from whom the Seminole had earlier established their independence.  Numerous Creek were slaveholders and they raided the Black Seminole settlements, to kidnap people for enslavement.  They succeeded in capturing Dembo Factor, a veteran of the Seminole War.  Coacoochee (Wild Cat), a Seminole traditionalist who opposed living with the Creek, and Horse protested against selling Factor as a slave.  The Army recovered Factor and returned him to the Seminole, but neither they nor the Creek filed charges against the suspected slavers.



In 1844 Coacoochee and Horse traveled to Washingon, DC to seek a separate land grant for the Seminole.  After failing to secure a treaty, they returned to Indian Territory.  Horse traveled back to Washington to lobby General Jesup, for a separate reservation.  Jesup granted the Fort Gibson area to the Seminole.




In 1849, during Horse’s time in Washington, then-Attorney-General Johnson Mason ruled that, as most of the Black Seminole were descendants of fugitive slaves and thus legally still considered born into slavery, he could not protect them against slave raiders.  More than 280 Black Seminoles, including Horse’s family, were at risk of being captured for sale as slaves.



Returning to the territory, John Horse and Coacoochee led a group of Seminole and Black Seminole from Fort Gibson to Wewoka, further from the Creek.



The two waited until the Indian agent, Marcellus Duval, finished his tenure and returned to Washington. In 1849, the two led a migration of approximately twenty Black Seminole families (more than 100 people) across Texas and the Rio Grande intoCoahuila, Mexico, to gain freedom as that nation had abolished slavery decades earlier.   Slavery was abolished as a result of the efforts of Mexico’s second President, Vicente Guerrero.  A person of mixed African slave descent. 



Vicente Guerrero, Second Mexican President



The U.S. government actively promoted slavery among relocated Native American tribes.  Even tribes who had never practiced slavery before were encouraged to do so.  It was in the same year that John Horse founded the city of Wewoka in Oklahoma.  It served as a refuge for runaway slaves.


Horse and his band presented themselves to the Mexican commander at Piedra Negras on July 12, 1850.


Horse secured land for the migrants in Mexico.  In 1870, he lived in Laguna de Parras in Coahuila.  Many of the veterans served Mexico as border guards. 



 Seminole Scout For the United States


After the Civil War and United States emancipation of slaves, the US Army recruited Black Seminoles from Mexico to serve as scouts. They promised pay and resettlement in Indian Territory, although they never followed through with the latter.  Horse returned to Texas with a number of Black Seminoles to work as scouts. These men and their families settled near Fort Clarke in what is now Bracketville.  After a number of years, Horse returned to Mexico. 



John Horse died en route to Mexico City in 1882, intending to try to gain more land rights for his people in northern Mexico.  Several hundred descendants of Black Seminoles, known as Mascogos, still reside in Coahuila.




 Read “Black Indians.”



Mixed Black Indians were also captured and sold into slavery along with their African cousins. The land of the Black Indians was taken.  


Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Illinois, Florida, Delaware, Tennessee, Kansas, Iowa, Indiana all belonged to the Washitaw.  


The Washitaw Nation is a group of Black Americans that is still fighting for recognition as a sovereign Native American nation within the boundaries of the United States.  They take their name from that of the Ouachita Nation.  They are also eponymous of the Washita River and Washita, Oklahoma.



Originally, the French and the British invaded the Washintaw territory.  The women were sold as sex slaves and the men were sold into slavery as “Negros.”  The U.S. Government even persuaded the red Indian tribes to own slaves.  The Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek, and Chickasaw tribes all agreed to slave holding of black Indians and Africans.  The only tribe to resist the idea of slavery was the Seminole tribe.  The Seminoles rejected the idea because they were the descendants of African explorers who settled in Florida and mixed with Muskogee refugees who had mixed in with the Spanish. 



It is my intention to inspire reading.  I have intentionally left out many of the references so that you will be inspired to conduct your own research and not simply believe whatever you read in any media.

Welcome to Earth Colony. Why Post Your Personal, and All Your Close Friends’ And Families’ Information on Facebook Or Other Social Media? – By Wayne Johnson, Political-Economist, Attorney

Facebook is a convenient way to stay in contact with Friends and Family or to locate and reconnect with Friends and Family.  However, it is also a controversial and an excellent way to lose your privacy, all of it.  




There is a satirical comedic website that boasts of the medal the federal government awarded Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook for making all of your Facebook information available to the federal government.




Whether it is true is not relevant.  What about the possibilities?  When I discuss the possibilities with people who spend a lot of time posting on social media the immediate response is… “I have nothing to hide.”  

First, Have we forgotten all of the government history?  Have they forgotten Macarthyism and the communist or red scare?  



                       Photo of Joseph McCarthy


McCarthy rose suddenly to national fame in February 1950 when he asserted in a speech that he had a list of “members of the Communist Party and members of a spy ring” who were employed in the State Department.  McCarthy was never able to prove his sensational charge.

 Have we forgotten Cointelpro?  

COINTELPRO is an acronym for Counter Inteligence Program.  It was a series of covert, and at times illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveying, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations.  The National Security Agency operation Project MINARET  targeted the personal communications of leading Americans, including Senators Frank Church and Howard Baker, as well as civil rights leaders, including the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, journalists and athletes who criticized the Vietnam War. 


Second, most people, whether they want to admit it or not do have something to hide.   If they are not hiding it, if they have good sense they should be hiding it.  Everyone has some embarrassing moment, incident, or series of embarrassing moments and incidents.  Most everyone has said something, they wish they hadn’t, or at least we wish everyone had not known they said it.  Otherwise, we would publish our entire lives in the newspaper or on a reality show.

The fact is many people have cheated on a spouse or lover, taken something they do not want to world to know about, or included false or misleading information on a document.   If not, they have a relative or close friend who may have done one ore more of those things and you may not want the world to know about it.

Prospective employers check social media in an attempt to learn more about potential employees.  If you are drinking alcohol, doing drugs, freaking, or endorsing any of those things, you may not want the world to know those things.  You may not want your parents or children to know those things. 

Even if the Onion skit is a joke, Facebook does is open up your life to other people, even the government, who may know your embarrassing secrets or your families embarrassing secrets.   

Moreover, people include information about where and whether they work, who they hang out with, where they like to frequent, their tastes in food, entertainment, and other information you may not just want any and everyone, especially the CIA to know about.  

In the satirical skit, a representative of the federal government said of Facebook, we usually have to work years to locate all of this information that people are just voluntarily posting online. 

Do you remember the alleged “Cannibal Cop” who allegedly plotted to eat one hundred women?  His arrest and conviction was based upon information his wife found on his computer and information he left on social media.


What people do not know is the federal government can just readily access all the information you place online without a subpoena, and they can potentially build a strong case against you for anything, whether you did it or not.  

The information you disclose on Facebook, may not even be considered by law to be your own.  It may be legally be considered to be the property of Facebook to do with it as it pleases.   This includes all of you photographs, compromising or not. 


Once your information gets out there, you no longer have control over it, even if you think you have deleted it. 

Do you really want a permanent record out there of your life and all of its intricacies?

Welcome to Earth Colony: REALITY CHECK AHEAD, by Dr. Steven Nur Ahmed

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We have a place in the world like every other creature.  Though the place of human experience has a greater range than any other known creature, humans like every other animal have their limits, too. Our habitat defines the unique or specialized organic and social characteristics we have in relation to the world.


Yet, at another level the evidence of human genetic relatedness to all other creatures is incontrovertible and demonstrates that human beings are but roommates with all other creatures in a biochemical apartment.  All life is connected to a common stem growing out of a single root which in turn is sustained by doses of solids, liquids, and gases.


How we perceive the world is of special importance here.  Most human knowledge has been determined and guided by general practical needs.  However, over the course of many centuries various kinds of specialized perceptions of existence have come to define the nature of human life.


Thomas S. Kuhn identified specialized perceptions of some aspect of nature as a ‘paradigm’.[1] A paradigm is an abstraction or definition of reality characterized by a set of assumptions which taken as a whole is a theory or hypothesis. At its best a paradigm has descriptive, explanatory, evaluative, and predictive power.  At its worst it is mythology and is to the mind what junk food is to the body.


Kuhn adapted a metaphor from Charles Darwin. It is ‘struggle of the fit’. He used it to explain how paradigms come to be accepted and how other paradigms lose acceptance of critical thinkers based upon evidence or the lack of evidence. But also there is an antithesis in the very definition of ‘paradigm’ because a paradigm aims to define a snap shot of reality it consequently cannot define an ever changing reality.


Naturalists such as Charles Darwin, Alfred Wallace, Gregor Mendal, Richard Dawkins, Robert Trivers, and Edward O. Wilson have made very strong and cogent arguments affirming the conformity of the organism to its habitat and the organism’s origin in and the emergence out of a material sphere.  Its’ emergence is analogous to the embryonic attachment to the nutrient rich uterine lining of a woman’s womb.


What follows by their induction is that human social organization in all of its facets is probably a byproduct of specific material processes determined by specific relations between properties of matter. These mechanical and/or biological processes are denoted under the concept of ‘evolution’.


One important assumption of the above naturalists is that of the non-purposeful nature of organic substances.  This assumption of course fits perfectly with the more general assumption of the non-purposeful nature of matter.  They argue that matter is not innately directed to some end or goal; that material things operate according to very definite patterns of relations, but all that matter ever really does is operate and at most by cause and effect and at least by correlation.


From that logical error their reasoning then proceeds down a slippery slope.  For if matter is the sphere out of which organic activity emerges, then organic activity cannot be purposeful activity either because organic activity is but a characteristic of matter.  This is a fit of convenience and is analogous to the convenience afforded to mathematicians by establishing that  ‘0 to the first power = 1’ which of course is impossible because ‘0 to any power = 0’.


Another contradiction which inheres in the materialist’s paradigm identified above can be expressed in two statements: 1) all human knowledge stems from a finite field of experience, and 2) some forms of human knowledge are not finite.  For example and regarding (1), the range of visible light, the range of audible sound, the range of tactile and olfactory sensations limit our quality of sensations and thus the intelligible images received by our imagination on the one hand and ideas to our intellect on the other.  Regarding (2) they claim their assumptions to be natural law and thus true everywhere in the universe. However, that cannot be demonstrated as true with finite experience.


Neither of these two assumptions can be proven but what we do know is that there is a limit to our bubble shaped universe at about 15 billion years out to the edge and the past of it. What lies beyond that point and which preceded it? Obviously, not a limit at all and something wholly different.  Could it be that here we are embryonic? Hanging as it were and attached to the lining of this bubble we call the universe later to be born?


Granted that technologies such as the microscope, telescope, etc, do expand the field of human experience somewhat, the fact remains that what we abstract from our sense experience is more appropriately called a ‘distortion’ of reality but not reality. Therefore, we neither have finite knowledge nor a grasp of natural law.


To think that all human social structures and infrastructures rest upon a distorted idea of reality is a sobering thought.  It means that even our technologies are necessarily defective having been developed from distorted conceptions of reality.


For these and other reasons both the soundness and cogency of conclusions drawn from premises presumed to be true by some must be critically questioned and understood as being distortions of reality not accurate statements of reality.  For example in England on April 4, 2000, cloning for body parts was approved.  What this means is that zygotes will be allowed to develop to fetal and or embryonic stages so that body parts can be harvested for implantation onto other bodies.


Besides the fact that this is a form of cannibalism and slavery, no one can identify with certainty what kinds of social, psychological, and spiritual collateral damage will follow from these actions anymore than we could foresee the collateral damage of the industrial revolution on the quality of the environment in the 20th and 21st centuries.


What we do know for certain, however, is that in the short run a powerful market will develop resulting in billions of dollars worth of profits for cloning technocrats and corporate shareholders as was the case with the great bankers and industrialists of the 19th century.








[1] Thomas S. Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolution, The University of Chicago Press, Pub. 1962