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Monday, August 21, 2017

The State Of Sheba Foxx! --- Politics or Poli-Tricks?

Op-Ed written By Columnist Sheba Mekeda Foxx 
Co-produced by dj Tuc 

Hey It's your girl Sheba Foxx and I'm collaborating with DJtucc999 to help lead the awakening. I'm calling this series the Makeda Project!

...In this series, I will be giving you knowledge that will awaken you to the hallucinations we have been indoctrinated with. We will be starting with

Belief in government: Another Blind Religion

There are so many isms, it's hard to keep up with all of them. We hear about them and are divided by them every day. We are so blindly led into believing in something; for relief from our day to day problems and hope for better days. I'm not here to bash what anyone believes. That goes against the type of freedom I believe in. What I am here to do is to bring light to a belief system, many of us get caught up in and we don't even realize it. The belief that our government is here to help us with their laws and we're supposed to pay them our hard earned money.

Statism is the political system where the state has a substantial, centralized control over social and economic affairs. A statist is a person who believes in having a state. Personally, I am in control of my life and I don't need anyone's help keeping it that way. But as soon as I step out my door, into the public, I could possibly be a victim of my state. We see it everyday on the news and on social media, someone is being hauled off to jail or beaten or shot by a police officer, who is upholding the law, doing their job.

 So let's breakdown statism and make it more understandable. Statism requires force, divides people, encourages envy, rewards loyalty to the state, destroys success, seeks control of others, limits your options and results in suffering. So if this is the Statism Doctrine, why do we believe it is so good for us and our community? Because belief in government is faith based and an indoctrinated belief. And guess what? It doesn't make sense at all. It's a process of your assimilation (the process of becoming similar to something).

Government is the exercise of authority over a people or a place, the right to rule. Now most of you walk around and say God is my Ruler, but will participate in every ritual the politics put in place for you. Rituals? Yes Rituals!! I'll get back to that in a minute. So government is a religion? Let's see:

-The government has rights that mortals don't

-Isn't restricted by the rules that apply to mortals

-Issues commands & if you disobey, you're a sinner and must be punished

-The faithful and true believers have great faith in huge, bizarre rituals (elections, legislation, appointments etc)

They dress up in their suits and say "I represent government''. Yes I look human, but I have the rights of the government not the humans. So that means I can demand your money and boss you around and hurt you if you don't obey me, because I'm doing this for the Government." Sounds familiar, like when one of those crazy ass sociopaths, pulls off a mass shooting and says God told me to do it .

-The government has commandments, called laws; which are actually threats to humans and are decreed from something super human. So people bow to this deity, pray to and even goes through with the rituals with hopes of fixing the world. In all actuality they are turning your world upside down on a day to day basis.

Consent to be governed is fake. Break it down. Consent is voluntary, Governed is involuntary; you can't have both. It's like consenting to rape, it doesn't make sense, you can't consent to rape, even if you liked it it's still rape. The excuse the government uses is the, "We have the right to rule you because you decided we did, even if you didn't vote for us and even if you oppose everything we do to you." The government is doing things we don't have a right to do, bossing us around and taking our money. Try that with your neighbor, or in the streets and see how that turns out. So how can you give a right to someone else you don't have? How did congress get rights that you don't have?

Most people feel fear, discomfort and anxiety at the thought of disobeying authority. Because society measures your virtue by how well you handle authority. When in fact the belief in authority will lead anyone to advocate and do things they normally wouldn't do. Take the police for example. Not all are bad but there are definitely some bad apples in every department. But with power comes great responsibility and the police believe legislation gives them an exempt for morality. So when they do something bad they say, "hey I just enforce the law, I don't make them. So in other words I'm not responsible for my actions, I'm just a government tool. So don't blame me for my personal actions because I'm not really doing it for me, I'm doing it for the government." Basically they have permission to ignore their conscience.

Obedience is not a virtue, it is a hallucination of authority. If you can't trust people to do the right things for themselves, how dare you trust them to do the right thing for you. People are so thankful for the government and so terrified of the person standing next to them. But who's taken more of your money under threat of force and murdered and committed more crimes against private people? Private People or people acting under authority. The number of crimes committed by people in authority completely dwarfs murder committed by private people. Government is not legitimate. Its extortion, murder and lies.

So you say, "Well we cant do anything about it". Well yes you can, stop worshiping these crooks. Stop believing they can make your life and the world better while they are just plotting to own whatever part of your ass they don't own yet. Practice Self Ownership. Join me next time to find out how.

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Dj Tuc is a well known legendary respected ground breaking dj, producer, promoter, remixologist, writer, freelance photographer, emcee,businessman from the city of Anderson,SC and is the founder and publisher of the website and djtuc999 the mobile apps which are available on Google Play  and the Apple app store also visit our Official facebook page at Facebook/ and djtuc999TheMobileApp Dj Mix Podcast now available in the iTunes Store.

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Friday, August 4, 2017

EXCLUSIVE---What Dj From da A.N.D. Is Chillin With Legends Like Dj Jazzy Jeff?

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If there ever was a guy to be labeled as an unsung Dj icon from Anderson who played a significant role in the earlier stages of my musical upbringing. 

This enigmatic guy by the name of N’gai Christopher Wardlaw comes to my mind immediately. Many are unaware of him and the powerful influence he made in my life and the hip hop comradery we shared as youths.  Good chemistry is a valuable asset in any situation, Job, friendship, relationship on forth into marriage so it is said. So why not in the area of music, entertainment, and Dj-ing right? During this introspective glimpse back into a pivotal moment of my life I share some insight inside this article on one of the A.N.D.’s top early talented and prolific Dj's that probably most are not familiar with. The Jam Master Dj Hi-Five hails originally from the West-side of the city of Anderson, straight off the hard knock block of Owen’s Dr. during the latter 80’s.
Jam Master Dj Hi-Five

We met by a strange twist of faith I guess some would say, please allow me to give a bit of context in order to give you an idea of how these turn of events would go on to manifest back then. The story goes as such! I would visit my beloved grandmother on the weekends, which as my past recollection would have it, she happened to be related to the Wardlaws of Owens Dr. on my Daddy’s side or vice versa. Forgive me folks if my memory appears to be somewhat clouded on this subject, you have to remember I was in my early teens during this time. But that’s not really important at the moment, but what is, is how Dj Hi-Five and M.C. ADE would eventually partner up and form. I would spend much time on that road due to the fact it was only two streets over from my grandmother’s house. N’gai and I drew on our family kinship initially only to find out in due time we both shared a deep love for this “Fly Girl” named hip-hop! Yeah that pun was intended yall, because that actually use to be the name of a hit record by a group referred to as the Boogie Boys. True story!

 Look it up because true skool heads KNOW, but I digress. We spent much time going back and forth to this dudes house who brought all the dope records, cloths, hats, B-Boy styles that nobody else would have back then. He made the dopest mixtapes on (TDK, BASF Chrome & Metal Tapes) and showed us the first pair of Technic 1200 turntables that our eyes had ever seen, I mean other than on music videos on T.V. folks. Yeah you laugh now, but back then that was the equivalent of seeing Justin Bieber shopping in the Anderson Mall. It just wasn’t the norm in those days. So who just was this mysterious and influential figure we looked up too? None other than the tall subdued colored Lee Jean suit, Kangol wearing renowned B-Boy mixologist from Dooley St.--- Dj ANDREW GOOSBY!! We love you bro.

Myself and Dj Andrew Goosby 2013

 Based on growing-up in a climate of Golden Era hip hop, listening to REAL cassette mixtapes this naturally intrigued and motivated us to attempt our hand at forming a rap duo. There shortly after in the womb of the hallowed halls of McDuffie High, the name Dj Hi-Five and  ADE was conceived. And how did I get my name as A.D.E. you may ask? By none other than my Miami Vice dressing classmate J.O. known as one Jamal Oliver.

 There it is, the short background version of how far we go back and again why it doesn’t bother me to have microphone in my hand or in front of my face at a show to this day. I’m not certain for sure but I think Christopher aka Hi-Five name was influenced and derived by a Classic Mantronix record called “Fresh Is the Word.” Don’t hold me too it, but he’ll surely correct me if I’m wrong.

Hey JM Five blame my mind not my heart as the popular saying goes. I remember him best for harboring that insatiable love of music, especially Hip Hop Culture, Dj-ing, and still today he carries a huge respect for the Emcee icons and Dj’s icons who help shape us with their influences from mixtapes to vinyl records, on into who we are today as Dj’s. Legends like Jam Master Jay, may he rest in paradise, The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff, Dj Cash Money, Dj Tat Money, Marley Marl, Dj Magic Mike and Dj Red Alert just to name a few. While he now resides on the other side of the planet in Japan and has since become a proud family man I will never underscore the instrumental role he played personally in my life even up to this day.

Hi Five poses with the Legend Dj Jazzy Jeff..

 Any and all success that I have achieved in part, is due to him being the first dude to push and entrust me with a mic in my hand since high school. His baby sister Tisha use to often distract and annoy us at his house during our practice sessions much like younger siblings are prone to do. All in all we both have some great memories to always reflect upon coming up as boys and growing into the men we have become today. It’s so surreal folks when I ponder the thought that a guy from the A.N.D. (Anderson, S.C.) that I came up musically with and still kool with, now is taking pictures and chills with one of the best known Dj’s on the entire planet. 

The rapper turned actor Will Smith knows him as Jeff Townes but we bought their records as The Fresh Prince and Dj Jazzy Jeff. Not bad for a Dj who originally came from Anderson. I must admit as a fellow Dj my brother Tuc is still so envious when I look at that pic of you and Jeff. Ha! Ha! Much continued success in everything you do, I cannot describe the huge part you played in that segment of my life, during those moments we shared coming up as teens. But atleast I can show you how much it meant by penning this article about you. Dj Hi Five the one from da A.N.D. who hangs out with Hip Hop legends, now that’s an achievement I celebrate with you.

Peace M.C. ADE aka Dj Tuc aka da A.N.D. Representa

Dj Tuc is a well known legendary respected ground breaking dj, producer, promoter, remixologist, writer, freelance photographer, emcee,businessman from the city of Anderson,SC and is the founder and publisher of the website and djtuc999 the mobile apps which are available on Google Play  and the Apple app store also visit our Official facebook page at Facebook/ and djtuc999TheMobileApp Podcast is now Live in the iTunes Store.