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The Tuskegee Airmen -- "America's Black Air Force" in WWII 

The “Blacks Need To Think Outside Of The Box – Politically and Economically” blog on this TonyBrownsJournal Facebook page last week generated a five-day total of 1,662,943 views. During the previous week, this TonyBrownsJournal FB page blog generated 1,753,836 – an additional 90,893 viewers. Therefore, I find this an opportune time to share more of the historical background on the subject at hand.

The Crucial Value Of Truth

If Blacks do not teach our children and grandchildren where they came from and the circumstances of an advanced heritage and higher civilization that documents them as the descendants of the originators of human civilization, Blacks will always be born into an inherently slave mentality that encourages them to seek low aspirations and play the role of a human cohort of losers with an inferiority syndrome.

Therefore, ultimately, what Blacks do to help themselves and a realization of the achievements of their ancient and past history is far more important than the attitude of Whites towards Blacks.  Nowhere in history is that fact more eloquently demonstrated than in the case of The Tuskegee Airmen during WWII.

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Donovan Mcqueen, in his comment on my video blog last week, touched on the challenge faced by all of humanity. He said, “My mom told me that I am coming into my own and that I am on my way and that she likes the new me because I think things through now and that is what you call thinking outside of the box. It makes me feel so good that my mom said that.”

In my opinion, humanity either takes Donovan’s advice and uses it as a template for a future plan to reconstruct our social and political order or the human race faces imminent extinction at its own hand. That’s the link between truth and reality (which can never include racism of any sort) and our true destiny of mutual cooperation and peace. That’s why the only solution is a return to the truth of reality.

The Reality Of Original or Black History

It is my opinion, as a university dean emeritus, that by subscribing to TonyBrownsJournal.com, and viewing the nearly 1,000 historic video titles, you can gain the potential equivalent knowledge-fund of a university Ph. D. degree in Black Affairs and a relevant history. Then you can help Black people help themselves.

The ignored solution is to focus Black newborns on the character traits of objective reasoning, self-discipline, determination and resilience and a focus on making good choices: grit. That will enable them to develop self-respect and pride. Money and success inevitably follow grit. The social construction of race and the empowerment of racialism are myths that destroy social order.

The pilots of America’s WWII armed forces were highly skilled flyers who became the stars of war stories and the ingredients of legends.   These Black pilots were and are the first line of defense, the protectors of our fleets and the rulers of the skies against all enemies.  From their unique perspective, they were confronted with the odious question: “Can African Americans fly airplanes and fight?”

In spite of the obstacles, the all-Black 99th Fighter Squadron, the first wave of Black pilots, was established and subsequently sent overseas to fight the Nazi menace and test the validity of "the experiment” to measure Black manhood.  The 99th proved that African Americans can fly and the accomplishments of the Tuskegee Airmen guaranteed that the combat ability of Blacks can never again be denied. Therefore, the battle for today’s integrated military was won largely by the battle-tested performance of the Tuskegee Airmen.

Moreover, every American citizen, African American, European American or otherwise, now has a right to support and defend this country in a time of crisis.

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