About H. Lewis Smith

H. Lewis Smith Founder/CEO
Chairman of the Board

H. Lewis SmithH. Lewis Smith is a retired Marketing & Sales Executive, entrepreneur and author. Lewis was born and raised in Hamilton, Ohio and after graduating from high school, he enlisted into the Air Force, served an eight-year tour of duty, and was honorably discharged. In the mid-1960’s, Lewis moved to the Los Angeles-metropolitan area where upon he attended Cal State Los Angeles College.

A little over 20 years ago, Lewis came to a crossroad in his life: He was diagnosed with cancer. In the doctor’s opinion, Lewis could either have surgery or begin taking medication, which he would have to consume for the rest of his life. Lewis, who has been a student of metaphysics for a great part of his life, chose to do neither. Instead, he elected to place his fate in the hands of a higher power. That epochal moment in Lewis’ life positioned him to receive divine cultivation of psychic (clairsentient), spiritual-healing, and mystic-power abilities.

During his studies of metaphysics, he learned about the power of thoughts and words and the energy that emanates from a simple word; that prompted him to conduct some research on the word, n**ger. Lewis’ findings were intense. He felt obligated to share this enlightening information with his black brothers and sisters. Based on research findings and his in-depth understanding of the power of thoughts and words, Lewis wrote the book, Bury that Sucka: A Scandalous Love Affair With the N-word.

By H. Lewis Smith

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Before the Emancipation Proclamation, and since, there have always been in place U.S. policies regarding Black/African-Americans, which is, the development of black empowerment, economic independence, progression, self-esteem, trust and love for one another is to be prevented…by any and all means necessary.

March 17, 1978 the Jimmy Carter administration extended an ongoing U.S… Continue reading

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It is no secret that there are plans for a New World Order (globalization), President George Bush Sr. was quoted as saying “there will be a NWO and it will not be stopped” so just exactly what does that mean? The term is used to describe an accord of the world’s superpowers to rule… Continue reading

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USA policies are no different today, for African-Americans, than what they were 200 years ago or when the Ronald Reagan’s administration schemed to flood the black community with crack cocaine in order to fund his illegal war in Nicaragua. That one action completely destroyed millions of Black lives and presently still having a negative impact on African-Americans.

Reagan’s administration had other strategies in place… Continue reading

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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick recently refused to stand up during the national anthem in protest against social injustices towards African Americans. In his words he refused to “show pride in the flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.” Because of his actions many have questioned his… Continue reading

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There is an erroneous perception that black men are more criminal than non-blacks. Why is that? Statistics are generally produced seemingly validating a consensus that African Americans are more prone to violence and criminal activities, however, stats can be used to paint any picture we so desire surreptitiously sweeping white on white crime… Continue reading

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