Dr. Ala Stanford administers a COVID-19 swab test on Wade Jeffries in the parking lot of Pinn Memorial Baptist Church in Philadelphia, Wednesday, April 22, 2020. Stanford and other doctors formed the Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium to offer testing and help address heath disparities in the African American community. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)


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“America will not agree to see the Negro separated from her until she has suffered divine punishment, as Pharoah suffered. The same thing that other evil nations suffered before them is now coming upon the people. She seeks to keep her slaves robbed of opportunity and wealth. She envies success coming to American Negro free slaves. She charges high prices to keep them down.

She deceives them through a few of what we call ‘Uncle Toms’ in the political circle, clergy class and all professional classes. She offers them little favoritism to help her work against their own people—the Black people. But they, too, will suffer along with the enemy of justice of the poor so-called Negro.” –The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, The Fall of America


More than a half-century ago, Black house servants chose integration over separation, and we have been the losers ever since. Black-owned schools and hospitals are virtually non-existent and most of our HBCU’s have been infiltrated by white banks, donors, etc. Some of them actually served as sites for clinical trials of the COVID-19 vaccine. Most are enforcing vaccine mandates and their presidents are going around promoting the vaccine.

The current unrest at Howard University, Atlanta’s Morehouse College, Spelman College, Morris-Brown and Clark University over a number of issues is due to a new generation of Black youth who were born for the time of our separation from the children of our slavemasters. They will not tolerate the collusion of their administrations with corporate-controlled white America at the expense of their college experience.

A quiet, sinister example of this type of wickedness can be found at Winston-Salem State University, an HBCU founded in 1892. At the top of its list of accomplished students is the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, who attended for three years. Beginning as the Slater Industrial Academy, a one-room structure where 25 students attended classes taught by a single instructor.

It advanced to a level of recognition that resulted in being renamed Winston-Salem Teachers College in 1925 by the Assembly of North Carolina, with power to confer degrees. Thus, it became the first Black institution in the United States to grant Teaching degrees for elementary grades. The School of Nursing was established in 1953. In 1969, the state legislature approved the designation of Winston-Salem State University.

In 2021, after months of virtual learning during the “pandemic,” the university opened up classroom doors and restored on-campus living for students this fall. As a part of their COVID-19 protocol, each “non-vaccinated “student is required to take a weekly COVID-19 PCR test. Third-year Nursing student, Sister Fatimah Muhammad, is one of the “non-vaccinated.” She is the daughter of Nation of Islam Student Minister Amon Muhammad, who is over Muhammad Mosque No. 34 in Durham, North Carolina. On October 5, 2021, Sister Fatimah tested positive for Sars-CoV-2 but had no symptoms. She was notified via email that she had one hour to report to the quarantine dorm for a 10 day stay.

Over the course of the “pandemic,” the PCR test, initially considered the gold standard for testing, turned out to be incapable of isolating COVID-19. Thus, it regularly produces false positive and false negative results. In fact, the CDC announced on its own website that PCR test results will no longer be accepted after the end of this year:

“After December 31, 2021, CDC will withdraw the request to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the CDC 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel… CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses. Such assays can facilitate continued testing for both influenza and SARS-CoV-2 and can save both time and resources as we head into influenza season.”

The CDC’s official acknowledgement of the uselessness of the PCR test, due to both false positive and false negative outcomes is a startling revelation. It means the reported number of COVID-19 cases in this country is totally unreliable A false positive outcome is when the PCR test states that a person has the virus when in fact they do not. A false negative occurs when the PCR test states that a person does not have the virus when in fact they do. Therefore, it would seem prudent to get another test to verify the diagnosis before taking draconian actions like putting people in isolation.

However, when Sister Fatimah tested positive using the PCR method, she was not allowed to take that test again nor was she allowed to get another test using a different technology. In fact, she had a friend get her a self-testing antigen kit from CVS. The result of the test was negative; however, the college would not accept that test. So, she had to sit out the remainder of her 10-day quarantine.

Now here is where it really gets crazy. The PCR test is not administered by the college but is administered by an outside entity—in this case Radeas Labs. When Sister Fatimah asked about getting another test, she was told that it was not recommended that she be tested again for 90 days. Official university policy was sent to students via a 10/2/21 email with the heading “[External] Required Covid 19 Testing”: “You do not need to test if you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days (upload proof).”

That’s strange. So, if you tested positive you don’t have to be retested for 90 days, but if you test negative, you have to be tested every week. Now mind you, Sister Fatimah was held in isolation for 10 days and could not go out of her room for the weekly testing. The reward for her compliance was a notice from the Dean of Students on 10/18/21: “Please note that this email serves as your WARNING for not participating in weekly testing.” In other words, she was placed in a type of “Twilight Zone” where obedience to illogical rules is subject to punishment.

When Sister Fatimah was released to go home, she was not tested by the college, but she went to a CVS pharmacy store and took their test for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies. According to their test, she never had the COVID-19 virus at all. The nurse practitioner that did her test even told her, “I’m not taking the vaccine and the PCR test is not accurate.” So, when Sister Fatimah goes back on campus, she will have to resume her weekly test for COVID-19 in spite of never actually having the virus and in spite of written documents stating that because she tested positive at the college, she is not advised to take another COVID-19 test for 90 days.

Since she is over the age of 18, her parents were not allowed to intervene with the college’s mistreatment of their child. When you drop your “adult” child off at college, you relinquish authority over them to that college along with a check. You can get approval from your child to go through a procedure that permits more involvement with your child. In other words, without strong intervention, once you drop your child off in the “lion’s den,” your child is on her/his own to fend for themselves and try to make the best decisions based on conflicting—and in this case harmful—official university policies. This is not a good situation.

Sister Fatimah, in order to fulfill her degree requirements, must do clinical work in a local hospital. However, the hospitals require a person to take an MMR vaccine, along with the Varicella, Hepatitis B, and Tdap shots, before working in the hospital, even if only for a temporary training basis. She has not had any of these vaccines and does not want to take them. However, if she does not take them, she may not be able to get her nursing degree. To participate in this system, Satan will track you down and force you to allow him to inject his poisons in your body.

Why are the colleges using the officially ineffective PCR test for COVID-19 instead of quicker, less expensive, reliable tests? PCR (molecular), antigen (rapid) and antibody (blood) tests are used to diagnose whether someone is currently infected with COVID-19. A PCR test looks for the virus’s genetic material, while an antigen test looks for specific proteins on the surface of the virus.

PCR tests are processed in a laboratory, which can take a few days at a cost of $150 per test; antigen tests are often processed at the point of care, in about 15 minutes for a cost of $15 per test. The antibody detects the antibodies in your blood, produced by your immune system in response to the virus. The results are ready in 15 minutes at a cost of $40. All three tests are approved by the FDA under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA).

Follow the money trail. There are about 5,800 students enrolled at WSSU. Let’s say that 50% (2,900) are unvaccinated and thereby required to take a weekly PCR test at $150 per test. For 32 weeks that bill runs up to $13,920,000. With that type of money WSSU could set up their own testing laboratory and hire some Black folk to run it. Instead, some outside contractor, like Redeas Labs, is getting paid.

If we look at the 106 HBCUs with an enrollment of 288,000 at a 50% unvaccinated rate, we are talking about $2.76 billion. That’s very close to the $2 billion the Biden administration has promised the HBCUs as a part of the “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.” Let go of false promises. We need to set up our own schools, hospitals and laboratories in this era of biological warfare.