In sum, Washington’s domestic and foreign policies are predicated upon just one core assumption, and that assumption is the assumption of racial superiority. It is that plain and simple. No cutting corners around this fact. And in turn, the only real antidote to the assumption or notion of racial superiority is Islam. Thus, Washington and Islam are at loggerheads with one another because Washington assumes racial superiority, whereas Islam assumes racial equality. Thus, Washington and Islam are mutually exclusive, and it is the reason why I am an entrepreneur and writer in the suburbs rather than a soulless bureaucrat in Washington. As Malcolm X said:
“America needs to understand Islam, because this is the one religion that erases from its society the race problem. Throughout my travels in the Muslim world, I have met, talked to, even eaten with people who in America would have been considered ‘white,’ but the ‘white’ attitude had been removed from their minds by the religion of Islam.”
Coincidentally, the final public sermon – or Khutbah – which the Prophet Muhammad gave before passing away touched on the issue of racial equality at its heart. In his final sermon, the Prophet Muhammad said: “All mankind is from Adam and Eve, an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab; also, a white has no superiority over black nor does a black have any superiority over a white, except by piety and good action.”
Thus, at the core of the world’s crises and dilemmas is the notion of racial superiority, and of all places in the world, the notion of racial superiority is most virulent in Washington. A sense of racial superiority might exist in other parts of the world to a certain degree or extent, but Washington far exceeds any other place in the world in terms of bigotry and egotism.
Plus, at the heart of economic and social development is education, experience, and travel. And in order to get the best out of these three things, these three things cannot be whitewashed. I have documented some of my past travels through social media. And from this point forward, I will document my travels through this blog for those who are interested in travel blogging. Today, I provided some of the highlights from my trip to Miami which took place this past week. And I will share highlights from my upcoming trips as well through this blog. However, I no longer have the energy to shoot off on social media all the time, thus my departure from social media. In a sense, social media means catering and exposure to all and sundry, and I am not interested in catering and exposure to all and sundry.
Arguably, anyone who is interested in the content I provide will consume it one way or another, regardless of social media. And in the end, there is a market for everything as long as there is a supply. Thus, my content is the supply, and the supply exists by virtue of the demand. As a result, there is no need to shoot off on social media every other minute in the name of “advertising” and “marketing.” Whoever wishes to consume this content will consume it one way or another. And as mentioned before, the demand generated the supply, not vice versa. Therefore, the fact that the content continues to generate is by virtue of your demand. And as long as there is a demand for this type of content, I remain at your service.