Everything has a Purpose

Before I get into what I really wanted to say, I’m going to say this. Our mail should never be lost or late. When it comes to the United States Postal Service, our mail should be delivered on time every time.

You can longer use the pandemic as an excuse for why the mail is late, which is really how you’re driving this technocracy and digital culture.

Have some pride in your job! You’re serving your country. What? You hate your country? Oh, I didn’t think so.

Fire everyone who can’t deliver the mail on time. Replace them with people who want to work, who want to make money, and who want to serve their country.

The topic at hand now, and I apologize because I had to wait until the chills in my body subsided.

You keep doubting our Founding Father’s, but you have no idea how truly smart and forward thinking they really were. Our own elected officials can’t figure it out.

The enslavement of black people in this country back in 1776 and up until the mid 1800’s was done intentionally (with the truth kept and hidden as a private and deep secret between a very few) because one day, black people would be needed to help save America.

After 100 years in slavery wouldn’t it be natural for black people to have a natural hate and animosity towards white people?

Okay, that animosity, that hate, that passion, all of it, is going to be harnessed and used by the white people who hear the call to save this country from the white people who are trying to destroy it.

As a country we have nothing to be ashamed of. There’s no reason to hide our founders or our history because IT’S OURS. It’s kind of like two brothers. They can fight with one another but no one else can.


With the attack on history in this country I’m surprised we even recognize Martin Luther King Jr., but you know what, Nooz Buffet will.

King was born on the 15th of January in Atlanta Georgia, and he died on April 4, 1968 in Memphis Tennessee. He was just 39 years old when he was assassinated during his famous “I have A Dream Speech.” Yes, he was a minister, but he was also an activist and remembered most for his leadership during the Civil Rights movement.

MLK believed in equality, and he devoted his life to ensuring black Americans were given the same rights given to all Americans spelled out in the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. He was a follower of Mahatma Gandhi, which inspired his belief and use of peaceful protesting and nonviolent resistance.

Today, Monday, January 18th, we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.