Just The Typical American Negro

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Author House, Oct 30, 2009 - History - 232 pages
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One cannot comprehend America until they comprehend the Negro. The writer's great-grandfather once said that the Negro was just like a hog they don't endure to the end. Wash them up, dress them proudly and tie a red ribbon around their neck but as soon as they see a mud hole they will wallow. Where their spirit is where they will reside

The writer's great-great-great-grandfather who was a very wealthy Slave owner, a judge, and a teacher to future slave owners said it best, that hope was evil. He told his students to acknowledge power, and to give the slave hope. The Slave owner would be in power.

 

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Contents

TOM THOMPSON TOPP BETTER KNOWN AS LITTLE TRIPLE T
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THE CONSEQUENCE OF A PRETENSE
22
THE CREATION OF A CONSEQUENCE FOR THE NEGRO
24
THE INTENT OF THIS BOOK IS TO INTENSIFY THE AWARENESS OF THE READER
32
CHAPTER I
38
CHAPTER II
49
CHAPTER 3
63
CHAPTER 4
75
CHAPTER 9
108
CHAPTER 10
118
CHAPTER 11
130
CHAPTER 12
140
CHAPTER 13
147
CHAPTER 14
157
CHAPTER 15
171
CHAPTER 16
185

CHAPTER 5
82
CHAPTER 6
87
CHAPTER 7
91
CHAPTER 8
101
CHAPTER 17
197
CHAPTER 18
209
Back Cover
225
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Jun Franklin De Horney is just the typical American Negro, despite the atrocities Jun is very proud to be an American born 07-09-44 in Dension, Texas. The first of four siblings born in a hospital, the second generation to be born out of slavery, on his father's side. Third generation on his mother's side. Jun's genetics go to Africa, Ireland, and back to America by way of Native American.

The great-grandson of a well known fellow American who's handwriting is imprinted on the original state constitution of Texas.

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