[inaudible] so I came across the storyhere.
Um, and you know, we have to be very careful and thisreason why I'm going to go through this story about when we look at titles inarticles and what they're trying to do in the white corporate on media, youhave to understand that, okay, anything reported on us, we reallyneed to read through it line by line, see the words they're using.
Okay, and why are they tryingto dump more things on us? It's okay to report thingsas happening.
This fax, and I have no issue with that, but whenthey do these studies, okay, and why, why are we started to do our own pollshere and taking all numbers and doing videos off of our numbersbecause of articles like this.
Now this article headline in the Hillsays African Americans account for 80% of Georgia coronavirus hospitalizationsand then it says study.
Now if you see thatyou're like, Oh my God, 80% of black people is coming downwith the Corona virus in the state of Georgia.
Like what's going on? Right? It makes everybody think that blackpeople are the face of Corona virus in Georgia based off of what thissays, it doesn't have the title.
Now they bank on people notreally going through this, not looking at it and not reading it, but I want you to see wherethey get the 80% from.
Now the Corona virus isa serious thing.
Especially for people who have preexistingconditions where this article is going to even back up.
A lot of thingsbring the thing to talk about here.
So they seeing that African Americansare hospitalized in the state of Georgia at far higher rates than their whitecounterparts according to the CDC.
And say presenting another stark reminderof disproportionate impact or the pandemic has had on now they won'tsay people of color say black people.
How you start off says African-Americans, then go to people of color and ifyou're seeing it effects us so much, where is our money? Where is the checks that we can go to thedoctor and deal with our health issues because we need money for that.
So why are you keep saying thatwe dealing with it with the most, but yet you don't want to send us nochecks.
That's like the saying like, Oh, well you're overweight.
Oh, well you're this, you're that, and you're not trying to help thatperson.
You just telling them that.
You know what I'm saying?In the middle of a pandemic, you saying we'd be in the most effected, but you won't say, you know what? Let's go going on and send uh, blackpeople, uh, some money.
All right? So then they go on and see.
This is wherethey going to get you.
Listen to this.
Now remember the title says 80% of thepeople that's going to the hospital or black people, now let me showyou what they get the 80% from.
It's all we gave the very careful andwatching how they report things when it comes to us in a sample of 305 patientsadmitted in March to Georgia hospitals seven, which were in Atlanta, [inaudible] 305 people out of eight hospitalsand several in Atlanta.
And we know Atlanta isa majority black city.
So then you put it in the headline that80% of the hospitalizations in Georgia, why didn't you say this in Atlanta?They would make sense.
You go to a town whereit's majority white, where the majority of the hospitalizationis going to be white people.
It's a population thing.
Watch how they report about usbecause I told you media is warfare.
Media is also a propaganda as well.
And propaganda is a tool of war.
You have to understand this while I'mbreaking this down for y'all today.
Now that says 83.
2% were black.
Because it's a black city.
It said 10.
8% were whiteand 3.
4% were Hispanic.
Out of 305 patients, guys, 305 patients, the way they said it is, I mean this is so much misinformationin the title and fake news.
Don't say that, say out of the 305 people that wehad looked into in the Atlanta, that would be the thing.
Now, the thing that got my attention, um, was this, and they said, research has said the proportion ofhospitalized Coby 90 pages were Blackwell higher than expected.
You're ina black city.
What'd you mean? They're going to be higher than expected? Now it'd be higher expectedif the population of blackpeople in that city was like real low and everybody comingin with black, then there'll be okay, that's how it inspected.
But if I'm in a city where picker picka group and they're coming into Mosul, obviously they're more people thatlook like them in there.
So I, it amazes me like they just want to makesure black people be the face of covert 19.
They did the same thing with AIDS.
Oh, well it's black people getneeds and we know Goodwill.
It started off is in the SanFrancisco area.
It was ravaging, uh, you know, the gay men, especially gay white men and that timeperiod and then now you gonna say, Oh yeah, the black people gotall the AIDS.
The black people, they always doing that, tryingto put date diseases on us.
Well, we know the ones that caused it.
We didn't, we don't play with diseases, anything like that.
Now theissue that I want to bring up, this is brought up in the blood andthe thing you now you said that African Americans are more likely to die orneed mechanical ventilation during hospitalization comparedto white patients, but also when we were talkingabout this another story, how y'all don't test black people andy'all probably said a lot of medical racism against black people.
I have a few now I'm going to be reportingon a black people dying in y'all and I just reported one thing the other day.
You're refusing the test black peopleand that is medical racism completely.
I don't see a bunch of storiesof white people saying, y'all refuse to test them andthey're dying.
I don't see that, but I'm constantly seeing stories aboutblack people saying they couldn't get tested and they found the members aredying and you wonder why your new position that you're in right now with your system, but it says that 73.
8% of the patientsanalyzed had underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk for severeillness and those conditions were significantly more common in blackpatients than white patients.
Now let's go back to broaden thething when he talked about preexisting conditions, high bloodpressure, diabetes, obesity, you know? Yes, that's an issue andwhen we talk about these issues, don't be telling me or anybodyelse or feel white people.
I don't care about that.
Whyare you bringing a white people? I get so tired of hearing when we talkabout the issues in our community and because you don't want to be heldaccountable, you looking at white people, you looking at Nielsen, you're looking at that one.
We're not talking aboutwhat white people doing.
White people don't even watch thisshow like that black folks do.
Okay? We polled our audience.
That's who it came across.
Our audience is mostly black.
Okay, so we're not discussing them inthat relation.
Not in this story.
We have preexisting conditionsthat is affecting us.
So if you get the Corona virus, you are having it be more fatal to youbecause of the preexisting conditions.
Now they say out of the quote unquote80% 73% had the preexisting conditions.
So the other percentagethat didn't have conditions, they were surviving.
Now, I'm not saying that there are peoplethat was healthy and passed away too from Corona virus.
I understand that.
But if you look down the line and youlook in the underlying conditions and just because you may be your right weight, but you're eating fried chickenall day, you eating fat back, you eating a haul head cheeseand pork sandwiches, you know, just cause you don'tlose like some physical, somebody like Snoop dog don'tgain their weight, but they, somebody like that eat horribly alltheir life and they thinking that, well, if I'm not getting overweight, then I'm okay.
And that's, and that's wrong because just becauseyou may not be a person that gain weight doesn't mean you can'teat.
You understand? So most of our conditions comefrom diet in this country.
So you hear brother Danielsaying something about thefried chicken or the pork or whatever he's saying it for younggood.
He said, I'm telling you, he's saying it for your own good.
But you know, I know, I understand.
Like I say, y'all have, I saidlast night on live stream, y'all have converted me.
I'm a nowbeliever to 30 of us, not gonna make it.
I'm a firm believer thatbecause w cause it's a, some of us are just too fargone.
Some of us are you, you will sit there and youwill eat yourself to death.
You'll drink yourself to death.
I'm not saying that someone'sforcing you to do anything.
It's things you're choosingto do and understand.
And we have to focus this measures onthose.
And I don't know who those are, those who want thatparticular message.
But what I'm saying out of all of this, and I'm saying this because I want youhere, I want you to be here a long time.
Raise your kids, see grandkids, et cetera.
Let him, my grandfather used to say, don't dig your grave or spoon.
No, but we need to watch the reporting andhow they do this and how they speak on us as black people.
We got to watch that.
When you see these headlines sayblack people are more this report, go through those articles line byline and look at what they're saying.
Don't take those articles at face value.
Don't take what the white corporatemedia say about us at face value.
Never do that.
Oh my God, didyou hear this? They said that.
And he looked into it.
They talk abouta few people.
You get what I'm saying? Or they can say, Oh, 70% of black people you know aredying of this.
And he finally, they're only talking about 10 peopleand then seven of them were black.
Like you only talking about 10 people.
What are you talking about? You know? And then when they taught it bypercentages.
So I like raw numbers.
If you have a less of apopulation than a percentage, it's going to be more of anything.
You know what I'm saying? I mean, so you have a thousand white people ina hundred black people where the black people's percentage is going to behigher than a thousand white people.
I'm just giving you an example.
Sothat's why you always seek raw numbers.
Don't say no, I don'twant to hit no percentage.
I don't wanna hear no percapita.
Give me the raw number.
Let me see how many people didthis and that and the third.
Then I'm more inactive.
Other than any more than that, they, they playing a game of a deceptionand you gotta watch that.
What? These are white corporate media companies, but leave me a comment that knows thingsabout the situation with this article.
I'm only just telling you this becausewe cannot accept the propaganda and putting out on us and we got toknow how to fight against that.
Remember in this story they say 80% butit's only out of 305 people in seven other hospitals, one inAtlanta or that area.
You get what I'm saying? Of courseyou're going to have more black people, but until you go through thesearticles and take your time, anytime you see them as plaster andsomething about us or act like they cared about us, go through thatarticle.
Really look through it.