refixico

Category: reparations

“FORT NEGRO’S FIXICO”, NOV. 17TH AT THE BILBREW AFRICAN AMERICAN RESOURCE CENTER 1-3 PM

Advertisements

FIXICO THE MAROON ACTIVIST WHO SURVIVED A MASSIVE HEART ATTACK AND”OPEN HEART” SURGERY IS SLOWLY RECUPERATING

HAPPY NATIONALSURINAME MAROON DAY FOR 2018

PRESS RELEASE

 

“BRILLIANT VASCULAR SURGEON” DR. PHILLIPE LEMIONE OF HAITI, SAVES THE LIFE OF INTERNATIONAL “MAROON ACTIVIST” PHIL FIXICO DURING EMERGENCY SURGERY AT ” PROVIDENCE LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL” IN TORRANCE, CA..

by refixico

PRESS RELEASE

After suffering a series of cardiac events, late last month Fixico, once a Certified Surgical First Assistant himself (Beverly Hills Lasky Clinic), had his own life saved in a dramatic “nick of time” surgical intervention after being checked  into the Emergency Room at the  famed “Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital” in Torrance, Ca.. Fortunately for Fixico, one of the “World’s Greatest” Cardiac Vascular Surgeons, Dr. Phillippe Lemoine was near enough to lead the team of : doctors, assistants, technologists and nurses in a complex 4 1/2 hour  surgery to save the Activist’s life.

It was necessary that Fixico’s heart was stopped for hours, to complete the procedure. Fixico family and friends would like publicaly to thank the Team of : Dr. Philippe Lemoine, Surgeon/Physician, Dr. Emad Khaleeli: Cardiology, Dr. Azhar Muttalib: Internal Medicine, Dr. Kasey Lai: Internal Medicine, Dr.Matin R. Hemmat: Internal Medicine, Dr. Jamie L. Khan: Emergency Medicine, Edward a, Ranzenback: Physician’s Assistant: Surgical, Rishi Kaushal: Surgeon/Cardiology. The entire staff at the “PROVIDENCE LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL OF TORRANCE, CA : is to be applauded for their SURPERB professionalism at every level of patient care and contact.

A quote from someone in attendance was: “Looks like the Old Warrior will live to fight again”.

“BRILLIANT VASCULAR SURGEON” DR. PHILLIPE LEMIONE OF HAITI, SAVES THE LIFE OF INTERNATIONAL “MAROON ACTIVIST” PHIL FIXICO DURING EMERGENCY SURGERY AT ” PROVIDENCE LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL” IN TORRANCE, CA..

PRESS RELEASE

After suffering a series of cardiac events, late last month Fixico, once a Certified Surgical First Assistant himself (Beverly Hills Lasky Clinic), had his own life saved in a dramatic “nick of time” surgical intervention after being checked  into the Emergency Room at the  famed “Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital” in Torrance, Ca.. Fortunately for Fixico, one of the “World’s Greatest” Cardiac Vascular Surgeons, Dr. Phillippe Lemoine was near enough to lead the team of : doctors, assistants, technologists and nurses in a complex 4 1/2 hour  surgery to save the Activist’s life.

It was necessary that Fixico’s heart was stopped for hours, to complete the procedure. Fixico family and friends would like publicaly to thank the Team of : Dr. Philippe Lemoine, Surgeon/Physician, Dr. Emad Khaleeli: Cardiology, Dr. Azhar Muttalib: Internal Medicine, Dr. Kasey Lai: Internal Medicine, Dr.Matin R. Hemmat: Internal Medicine, Dr. Jamie L. Khan: Emergency Medicine, Edward a, Ranzenback: Physician’s Assistant: Surgical, Rishi Kaushal: Surgeon/Cardiology. The entire staff at the “PROVIDENCE LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL OF TORRANCE, CA : is to be applauded for their SURPERB professionalism at every level of patient care and contact.

A quote from someone in attendance was: “Looks like the Old Warrior will live to fight again”.

 

Dr. Philippe Lemoine, MD is a cardiac surgery specialist in Manhattan Beach, CA and has been practicing for 26 years. He graduated from George Washington University / School Of Medicine and Health Sciences in 1992 and specializes in cardiac surgery and thoracic surgery.

SHOULD THE BLACK CONSCIOUS COMMUNITY WELCOME “OMAROSA” BACK ? “FORT NEGRO’S” FIXICO…SAYS YES !

Today is August 17th, 2018, it’s 4:15 pm here on the West Coast. The weather is well past being “Teasin’ Warm”…it’s HOT ! Let us pray for the world that we all live in.

I couldn’t call into the Carl Nelson show today for “Open Phone Friday” which is my custom .  However, I listened to the calls, many of them were discussing, if they would allow OMAROSA to attend their family’s “Backyard Cook-Out”, a majority of the callers who addressed this topic , said “NO”.

I say “YES”, here’s why.  My Indigenous and Maroon Ancestors were in and around “Fort Negro”. My Bruner Ancestors were ‘Red Sticks” from Alabama, my Bowlegs Ancestors were Seminole Maroons from Alachua, Florida and my Mikasuki Seminole Fixico Ancestors were from Fowltown, Georgia. They had an alliance with the Blacks and Indians at St. Marks and at the “Negro Fort. “Fort Negro” was where a beseiged  group of Maroons and Indigenous people were surrounded by the U.S. Army, Navy , Marine Corps and their Indian Allies. The defenders consisted of a little over 300 people 200 of them were Black women and children, the remaining force was made up from about 30 Seminole and Choctaw Indians and the rest were Black Male Maroons, many of them had been members of the Black British Corps of Colonial Marines. They were promised their FREEDOM if they fought on the side of the British during the War of 1812.

Great Britain during this Napoleonic Era had more pressing military issues in Europe, so they cut their losses in America and returnd to Europe to deal with Napoleon. They left the remnants of the Southern Colonial Corps of Marines in charge of a fully stocked fort, to the Maroons and Indians that didn’t leave with others who would take up their offer of Freedom in some Caribbean British controlled colony.

So what does all this have to do with “OMAROSA” being welcomed back into the fold. Well, I’ve said before that a Maroon is someone who : Escapes from Slavery, forms an alliance with the environment or another group of people, they then in alliance turn and fight their former enslaver…and win. They then maintain their Freedom which is sometimes recognized by land, a treaty or in the case of Haiti, they win a country.

OMAROSA’S experience was somewhat similar to the pathway to becoming a Maroon. Her life seems to have lead her ( by choice or circumstance ?) into being ensconced within the world of her potential oppressors. She escaped by choice instead of remaining within that camp. She now after forning new alliances  turns to fight her former allies. I dare say that “OMAROSA” can never return to her former benefactors.

As a Descendant of those warriors who were in and around “Fort Negro”, I say that if she wants to fight her final battle among the combatants of the contemporary version of “Fort Negro”…then let her in, at a minimum she is an “INFORMED ALLY”.  Where else does she now have to go?

The photo above includes : Lt. President Trump, Rt. Omarosa Manigualt Newman

FREEDOM ON THE BORDER: THE SEMINOLE MAROONS IN FLORIDA, THE INDIAN TERRITORY, COAHUILA, AND TEXAS PAPERBACK – SEPTEMBER 15, 2003

 

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

“OMAROSA+MAXINE” FOR 2020 POTUS ?MOLLIE BELL, CARL NELSON WOLDC NEWS AND “FORT NEGRO’S” FIXICO

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Today is August 16th, 2018, it’s 6:02 am Pacific Standard Time and the sounds of the South Los Angeles waking up and starting it’s day are drifting up at all points on the compass. Let us pray for those people around the world who are less fortunate than ourselves.

Yesterday, Thursday Human Rights Activist Mollie Bell was Carl Nelson’s featured guest and the topic was about “OMAROSA”. Below is a transcript of my call into the show:

“Greetings Brother Carl and Mollie Bell, I love you both. As a youngster all my heroes were Pimps and Hustlers. My mother even bought my name from “Pretty Johnny” the Pimp (my mother  who was legally married to Johnny Wilkes AKA “Pretty Johnny” was pregnant by a married man and needed  a last name for my birth certificate. The agreement was if Johnny Wilkes who was incarcerated allowed her to give me his name she would take care of him while he was in jail. This was the reason for my identity crisis.)   As my life went by the one thing that I learned, is that a “Pimp’s Bottom Girl”…his “Mechanic” will always, when the pimp get’s “comfortable or loses a step”…turn him into a TRICK ! CASE CLOSED…END OF STORY… NEXT DEFENDANT”.

Carl Nelson responds: “Fixico what are you saying” !!

Fixico:  “What I’m saying is that they both are guilty. When a Pimp has schooled his # 1 Girl so well over the years, that if he keeps her around too long and she gets a chance she will””Make a Trick out of the Pimp”. Call ends.

Regarding my reference to a Omarosa Manigualt Newman /Congresswoman Maxine Waters presidential candidate team. I have for sometime now in past Blogs inferred that America could be looking at a 16 year Trump Presidential Dynasty, which would include two terms for “Papa” Trump and two terms for First Daughter Ivanka Trump. I still believe that due to President Trump’s cache of hidden “Anonymous Voters” that as long as he maintains his visible base of 35% that they are at least 30% AV’s who won’t admit that they will vote for President Trump but once inside the voting booth, will surely pull the handle for him.

Please take notice that there currently is absolutely no serious candidate for POTUS breathing down his neck. Without an extremely attractive charismatic candidate in the mix President Trump will return for a 2nd term. If a “OMAROSA/MAXINE” team could even be put together, it would have plenty of Melanin and be very entertaining it’s true but I fear it would actually bring out more of President Trump’s most vocal supporters.

KUDOS to HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST  Mollie Bell for her segment on the Carl Nelson Show. I being a SUPER FAN of Mollie Bell like her legions of fans across the country and around the world LOVED IT.

Photo: The photo above includes OMAROSA MANIGUALT NEWMAN

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

“ALLIANCES”: GULLAH GEECHEE, SEMINOLE MAROONS, MASCOGO MAROONS, JOHN HORSE, CARL NELSON’S WOLDC NEWS AND “FORT NEGRO’S” FIXICO

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Good Morning World, it’s August 11th, 2018 1:00 am.. Here in Sultry Southern California even at this hour I’m working under a fan turned all the way up. It’s humming and I’m writing . Let us pause and pray for those who are less fortunate than ourselves.

Yesterday , I called into Car Nelson’s WOLDC NEWS radio program on Open Phone Friday. Below is a transcript of my call:

“Hotep Brother Carl, “MAY THE REST OF YOUR LIFE”…”BE THE BEST OF YOUR LIFE”. It’s time to form ALLIANCES ! As a Seminole Maroon Descendant my Ancestors came from Africa to South Carolina where they became Gullah Geechee Maroons through their resistance to Slavery. Some of the group then, escaped into Spanish Florida where they formed an alliance with Seminole Indians, therefore becoming Seminole Maroons.

While in Florida they fought 4 Wars against the United States. One of them being the 2nd Seminole War where the Black Seminoles won their FREEDOM under the 1st Emancipation Proclamation. 12 years later the U.S. went back on the treaty and a portion of the future “MASCOGOS” led by John Horse escaped to Mexico.

After the the U.S. Civil War half of the Mascogo Maroons of Mexico returned to the United States and became the Seminole Negro Indian Scouts for the U.S. Military. The Black Seminoles in Indian Territory who hadn’t escaped to Mexico in 1849, when the  U.S. Civil War Began in 1861, they again formed another ALLIANCE with those Indians who remained “Loyal” to the UNION. They fought in several Civil War battles  (the warriors of Color, were mostly African-Creek, African-Cherokee and Seminole Maroons attached to the larger Indigenous group from the same tribes. I had 3 Direct Ancestors in this unit). It was because these “Loyal Indians” AKA the First Indian Home Guard remained loyal that even the tribes who rebelled against the UNION were able to get their land back.  Brother Carl my question to you is : Do you know of a country or group that we should seek to form a “CULTURAL ALLIANCE” with ,to enable us to do what we want to do”.

Carl Nelson : “Yes, There are but we would have to ask them and make sure that we are not imposing a burden on them”.

Fixico: “Thank you Brother Carl” Call ends.

Phto: The photo above shows 6 Seminole Chiefs one in back on the right isBlack, his name was Prophet Abraham. This photo depicts an African-Indigenous ALLIANCE.

http://www.weyanoke.org/historyculture/hc-trails.html Dr. Willard J. Johnson/M.I.T.

https://iloveancestry.com/black-indians-a-hidden-heritage-by-william-loren-katz/

Special thanks to : Phillip Gordon, 32nd degree RAM, USMC and a Mascogo Community leader

FREEDOM ON THE BORDER: THE SEMINOLE MAROONS IN FLORIDA, THE INDIAN TERRITORY, COAHUILA, AND TEXAS PAPERBACK – SEPTEMBER 15, 2003

 

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas

 

“JOHN HORSE”, DR. RUNOKO RASHIDI, CARL NELSON’S WOLDC RADIO PROGRAM, LOS MASCOGOS AND “FORT NEGRO’S FIXICO

HOORAY AND HALLELUJAH

Today is August 8th, 2018, it’s 2:00 am in the morning West Coast time and I must write this Blog about my call into the Carl Nelson WOLDC RADIO on Monday August 6th, 2018. Carl’s guest was the “Legendary Dr. Runoko Rashidi” . If the fabled “Indiana Jones” was Black he’d be… “Dr. Runoko Rashidi” (LoL).

Thank you “FATHER GOD” we have so much to be thankful for. Below is a paraphrased transcript of my call into the show:

“Greetings Brother Carl and Dr. Runoko Rashidi it’s a pleasure to talk with you. Concerning “Cinco de Mayo”, during the U.S. Civil War France was one of the European countries that claimed that Mexico owed them money. However, in reality they really wanted to return Colonialism and Slavery to Mexico while the U.S. was fighting their own civil war.

I have cousins among the Mascogos. The Mascogos started out as Black Seminoles who (after Florida) again escaped Slavery by fleeing U.S. Indian Territory in 1849 with John Horse. After the  war between Mexico the U.S. ended , the Treaty of Guadalupe de Hidalgo included a Military Colonist clause ( Mexico would accept immigrants willing to become border guards ). This article allowed my Ancestors to enter Mexico as military colonists.

In this capacity they fought in many battles including the 2nd War of Intervention that included the the Battle of Puebla. They helped the forces of Presidente Benito Juarez and for their military service they were granted a land concession that today is known as : Nacimiento de los Negros. This year’s Encuentro will be held in Nacimiento”

Dr. Rashidi speaks: “Tell me about John Horse”.

Fixico speaks: “John Horse  in Florida had been an Interpreter for Osceola during the 2nd Seminole War.  Seminole Indian Chief’s always had a Black interpreter.  John Horse was very active in the war and was a part of the treaty  known as Jesup’s Proclamation  ( which was the 1st Emancipation Proclamation March 6th, 1837). General Jesup had said that : “This is a Negro”War”. It became clear to him that the U.S. forces could not beat the combined Maroon and Seminole forces, so he offered a treaty that would free the Blacks if they stopped fighting and moved to Oklahoma.

This is how the Black Seminoles got to “Oklahoma” Indian Territory.  12 years later the U.S. government went back on the treaty. Before they could be enslaved John Horse (and Wildcat) led an exodus of 300 Black Seminole Maroons and 200 Indigenous Seminole Indians to Mexico. John Horse led the Black Seminoles who became known as “Los Mascogos” and Wildcat led the Seminole Indians in Mexico.

After the Civil War and Slavery had ended in the U.S. , half of the Mascogos crossed over into the United States and became known as the “Seminole Negro Indian Scouts” they were used as “Special Forces” for the Buffalo Soldiers. The Descsendants of those Mascogos that remained in Mexico will represent their Ancestors at this year’s “Encuentro” which is the meeting of the African-Mexican Villages (Pueblas)  of Mexico this year’s event will be hosted by Los Mascogos of Nacimiento de los Negros”.

Photo: The photo above includes a group of 5 Mascogo women , taken at Nacimiento de los Negros.

My informant is Phillip Gordon  32nd degree RAM , USMC and Mascogo Community Leader.

Freedom on the Border: The Seminole Maroons in Florida, the Indian Territory, Coahuila, and Texas Paperback – September 15, 2003

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/mexico-finally-recognized-its-black-citizens-but-thats-just-the-beginning_us_568d2d9ce4b0c8beacf50f6b

Honor and Respect, Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, Founder/President of the Semiroon Historical Society , member of the L.A. Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers 9th & 10th horse) Cavalry, Private-Sector-Partner of the National Underground Railroad/Network to Freedom 1998 Act , North American Representative to the Caribbean’s Maroon Women’s Chamber of Cooperation and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s , book and exhibit, entitled: “indiVisible”: African-Native Americans in the Americas