Happy New Year 2015

| January 1, 2015
Eric Hackley

Eric Hackley

By Eric D. Hackley

Dear Readers of Frost Illustrated and the Hackley Report:

I’ve sincerely enjoyed challenging the local downtown statuesque mindset and the Willie Lynch Slave Mentality of scared blacks in Fort Wayne who are praying to Jesus waiting on Him to perform the miracle of Universal Love, Peace and Tranquility.  And, I’m also waiting for this to happen. It will be such a great awakening.

But until then, I will soon have my next book completed where for the past year and a half I have collecting views, strategies and perspectives to expedite the process through my Black Community Forums.

I would like to sincerely thank those brave “Warrior” souls who shared their insightful views from their hearts. And I know their views were felt by you all. In my upcoming book, “Fort Wayne Blacks Confront White Supremacy,” I have attempted to provide a more clear continuation of last year’s book, “Kekionga Blacks War on His-Story and Slave Mentality.”

My books basically “do not blame whites, promote hatred, condemn or criticize today’s local whites for problems facing local blacks” although some have said I could make that point, but I have chosen not too.

Instead, I try to keep everything in a historic perspective and let the evidence speak for itself.  That’s why I am so appreciative of Kevin and John Muhammad for lending me their photo of them in an Alabama cotton field and allowing me to feature it on my next book’s front cover.

The front cover will symbolize that, unless you’re an entrepreneur, you’re still picking cotton living on a plantation.  That’s why Dr. Claud Anderson of the Harvest Institute think tank keeps saying that nothing has changed since Emancipation.

Through my upcoming series of books, if will keep featuring “Warrior Blacks'” approaches to today’s economic and racial realities and how they successfully navigate themselves over and around prejudices emanating from racist whites and Willie Lynch blacks.

To be successful in this endeavor, blacks with knowledge must keep stepping up.  You especially for you sideline spectators, hard core racists, coons, buffoons, sambo’s, wanna-be gangsters, self-proclaimed thugs and white apologists, I’ll pray for you to go to The Bookmart at 3420 North Anthony Boulevard, Fort Wayne, IN 46805 and purchase my first book to enable you to knowledgeably criticize what the hell it is that I’m talking about.

Happy New Year!

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Eric Hackley is a veteran independent journalist, television show host and producer focusing largely on history, particularly family history in the black community. His award-winning public access television shows have featured a host of local and national icons. Hackley can be contacted at hackonomicstv@gmail.com.

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