“Carl Nelson, Mollie Bell and Fixico”

by refixico

        Friday, April 18th 2014, was an exceptionally, beautiful day for me. “PRAISE THE LORD”! When the  Good Lord woke me up that morning, I had no idea, that I would come , one step closer to realizing my current life’s purpose, which is to : “expand the world’s body of knowledge about my Ancestor’s, the Seminole Maroons and to do it with Truth and Dignity”.

        Later, that morning, I was informed by Chief John Peoples, a Black Nanseman Indian from Virginia and the Leader of a West Coast , Reparations Group, that his spokesperson, “Queen Mother” Mollie Bell, would be a guest on the famous, Radio Wol.DC  talk show, hosted by Mr. Carl “The Legend” Nelson. Mr. Nelson had   , a successful career, in the same, hosting capacity for many years ,on Mr. Stevie Wonder’s, number one morning show “Frontpage”, at  Mr. Wonder’s radio station ,KJLH, 102.3 FM. in Los Angeles. Mr. Nelson’s  relationship with “Queen  Mother” Mollie Bell began out West. Since that time she has become , A “Nationally Known Social Activist”.  Her family was from Boley, Oklahoma, which implies a Black Indian connection, but she, boasts of being : “Straight Outta’ Compton” .    

Below is an ‘approximate” transcription of my, call-in conversation to Mr. Nelson and Ms. Bell, on the Wol.DC show, minus my intro:

“I am a Private Sector Partner for the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act and a Seminole Maroon Descendant . I recently, discovered something that will change the History books, about the Watts Rebellion of 1965.  It is this, that the mother and son duo,  Rena Frye Price and her son Marquette Frye Price, who were falsely accused, by many, as having  started the Watts Rebellion, were Black Seminoles /Seminole Freedmen of the Dosar Barkus Band of the Oklahoma Nation of Seminole Indians.  This is important because the Watts Rebellion costed  America , 40 million dollars in 1965 and the 2nd Seminole War (1835-1842) also costed the country 40 million dollars” (it was fought by Indians, Black and Red vs. the United States of America).

  “I also want to mention that, this Black Seminole family did not come to California to start a rebellion , they came seeking work, using  what they thought was, a Network to Freedom. I  affiliate with the Reparations Group, but, I am not on the ,”Reparations Team”, I represent the National Underground Railroad’s Policy of “Reconciliation”, which means that , “The Government knows that it did something wrong  and that the government has to do something to fix it” The Pigford and Cobell descisions are examples of the the governments policy of “Reconciliation”. See : Public Law 105-203.

   “Through Warm Tears of Gratitude”

   Phil “Pompey Bruner” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Private Sector Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom  and Featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s book and exhibit,entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native American Lives in the Americas.                                                                        

 

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