Excerpt from 'Who IZ the Boulé' pp 28-36



“Study the enemy so we will know why we are where we are.”

         — Arthur Schomberg


I humbly submit, a licensed psychologist I am not. What I am is a practitioner of historical analysis and how it effects behavior and from this, I can boldly state amongst ourselves, POADUS’ are the least studied and thus comprehended race on the planet! Strike that, we are in fact the most studied with the results suppressed—or better put—shared exclusively with the elite.


Knowing we collectively are active practitioners of repeating history (a result from not studying it), I’ve taken the additional task of being a Memory Recovery Specialist (MRS)—a term borrowed from Master Historian and MRS himself, Anthony Browder.


This illness is attributed to a cultural lobotomy responsible for ridding our ability to see. Clearly we have been a part of a multi-generational and cultural experiment of physical and mental eugenics.


Having written about America’s first Black fraternity, the Boulé aka Sigma Pi Phi since 1997, one might ask why do I continue to write about them and why produce this book now? The answer is simple, as a student of history, this history must not be repeated!


Whenever dealing with the topic of history—particularly the role of its effect on the Afrikan Diaspora pre- and post- colonialism, Browder’s aforementioned poem, ‘Transition 13’ comes to the forefront of my mind.


Through my studies, I’ve found one of the most important times of the modern era are the first years post emancipation on up to 1920s. This is a period that has yet to be thoroughly examined from an Afrikan-centered perspective. We must note a lot of what we are accustomed to today came from this era. For example:


  • This was the first time since colonialism Afrikan people were physically “free”.

  • We witnessed a major boom in business enabling the United States to become the world leader in industrial and business infrastructure creation commencing the birth of the worlds first modern-era millionaires in the Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Ford families.

  • This crafted wealth (for a few) and greed led to economic elitism and classism defined not only by skin color but financial stature. With this new form of capitalism, and now that chattel slavery was over, someone had to build it. Reality hit as people needed jobs. With newly freed Afrikanz and increased immigrants coming to America from Europe, race wars naturally ensued. What roles and opportunities were available to the emancipated Afrikan? Little to none… unless… you were willing to assimilate.


In the ‘History of Sigma Pi Phi: First of the Negro-American Greek-Letter Fraternities’ written by fellow Boulé member Charles H. Wesley (1954), pg 18 notes:


“[T]he census of 1900 showed that the Negro population was steadily building an improved economic educational and social status.”


This is to let you know Yurugu paid close attention to the newly emancipated Afrikan and thus wanted to steer us in a direction that would benefit them rather than our moving towards self-reliance!


The crash of Wall Street led to The Great Depression of 1929-39, but many aren’t aware who was behind it. Let us review one of the core principles of studying global white dependency—not supremacy (because it is they who are dependent on our ignorance): “there is no such thing as a coincidence!” as Futurologist/Historian, “Boulé Buster”, and Ances-Star Steve Cokely often said. This era was also witness to the rise of the “Unseen Hand” of global white supremacy from these same mega multi-rich families who also became known as the “one-percent of the one-percent.”


The Great Depression was the deepest and longest-lasting economic downturn in the history of the Western industrialized world. It began soon after the stock market crash of October 1929, which sent Wall Street into a panic and wiped out millions of investors. Over the next several years, consumer spending and investments dropped causing precipitous losses in industrial output and rising levels of unemployment as failing companies laid off workers left and right.


By 1933, it reached its lowest with some 15 million unemployed and almost half the country’s banks had failed. The economy would not fully turn around until after 1939, when World War II kicked American industry into high gear making battle ships, planes, and tanks using Cornelius Vanderbilt’s (May 27, 1794 – January 4, 1877) railway shipping, John D. Rockefeller’s (July 8, 1839 – May 23, 1937) oil, Andrew Carnegie’s (November 25, 1835 – August 11, 1919) steel, Henry Ford’s (July 30, 1863 – April 7, 1947) automotive science, and John Pierpont “J.P.” Morgan’s (April 17, 1837 – March 31, 1913) finances.


A very seldom known fact is that both “the Depression” and the war were both masterminded and orchestrated by these same men who were once rival-now turn-allies of global economic (and racial) supremacy. To our dismay, this level of dialogue has become historical taboo even to high-degreed historians.


If any part is mentioned in history books, it’s usually how they rose from “the bottom” and in the process of their rise, built modern America. They are what Cokely called, “‘made men’ not ‘born men’” opposed to the likes of Cecil Rhodes and Lord Rothschild who are considered “born men” who amassed their fortune through global (mainly in Afrika) conquest and pillage. The wealth Ford, Vanderbilt, Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Morgan accrued was outside the unseen hand but they were quickly inducted into the circle—but as ‘made’ men.


In 2012, The History Channel released, ‘The Men Who Built America’, a four-part miniseries that went into the lives of these men and how they initially conspired against each other. Even to the point of purposely creating the first recorded economic depression in Europe and North America merely out of personal beef!


Happening shortly after the Civil War, the source of the six-year financial crisis, called the Panic of 1873, was initiated between Vanderbilt and Rockefeller. At the time, Vanderbilt owned all the railways, and had a partnership shipping Rockefeller’s oil from Cleveland, Ohio to the greater eastern part of the developing United States. Rockefeller diligently searched for a way to cut him out not knowing Vanderbilt had intentions of bleeding him dry in shipping charges. At this point he had the upper-hand because Rockefeller depended on his trains to ship his oil.


Vanderbilt even went to the extent of closing down the railways (because he owned those as well) leading to a complete halt of goods being shipped into metropolis’ around the country prompting starvation for millions—hence the panic!


Rockefeller came up with a revolutionary idea: build an oil pipeline that would have Cleveland as the core oil dispenser disseminating around the country and thus, effectively cutting the need for Vanderbilt’s trains. This catapulted his company, Standard Oil, to the top as the world-leader in oil production and by the early 1880s, he controlled 90% of U.S. oil refineries and pipelines.


But this is not for you to root for Rockefeller, as this was probably his first taste of power! As noted in many of my writings about the Boulé, Skull & Bones and Masonry, you should be aware of his family’s wrath!




British Prime Minister and writer, Winston Churchill (1874-1965) once said,


“History will be kind to us for I intend to write it. I do not admit for instance, that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America or the black people of Australia. I do not admit that a wrong has been done to these people by the fact that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it that way, has come in and taken their place.”


Let’s be clear, Yurugu does for themselves without a care for others. Once we accept this, we’ll be able to also accept they will never treat us equally nor even humanely. Not to say we should return the favor, but we should consider how further advanced we’d be if we did decide to focus on us. This mindset was shared by many caucasians including Rockefeller. And as we will see, he was more than just about oil, he too intended to rewrite history.


One George Reisner—of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and considered one of the foremost authorities on civilizations in Kush—was excavating in Sudan at the start of the 20th century. He went on to state there was no way Afrikanz developed this culture and civilization denying—get this—Afrikanz credit of what was found in Afrika!


His colleague James Henry Breasted—an Egyptologist and excavator (better put, a culture identity pirate)—in his 1912 book, ‘Ancient Times’ described Nile Valley inhabitants as “dark-skinned people not unlike the Nubians you find in Aswan.”


In 1919, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. (whose father John D., Sr. also founded the University of Chicago) later gave $1.5 million to Breasted to found the Oriental Institute searching for a European presence in Kush, Kemet and the Mesopotamia—of which he was unable to do.


Historian, Anthony Browder, noted in an effort to deny Afrikan origin of culture and civilization, Europeans paid to send people in to dig in the Nile Valley region and the more they dug, the more black they found the people of those cultures! So what did they do? They stopped digging!


As a result, Breasted republished a revised edition of ‘Ancient Times’ twenty-three years later in 1935 where he omitted all references to Egyptians as dark-skinned people stating they were now “dark-skinned caucasians” citing the Nile Valley area was “where the great white race lived.”


Browder states:


“In order to suppress the knowledge of Kemet it had to be removed from Black people and ultimately removed from Afrika so that blockages would be placed in our path as we attempted to recover that which others stole and then made illegal in order to prevent us from beginning to regain the knowledge to empower ourselves and allow us to free ourselves and ultimately liberate our-

selves from their continued psychologic and economic oppression.”


This work was orchestrated under the auspices of Rockefeller and the Illuminati and its infamous second chapter, Skull & Bones at Yale. Here is where we also find Breasted initiated ‘the great white lie’. From this a black-faced layer of defense was established in the creation of the Boulé to combat any Afrikan who dare speak the truth of the Nile Valley!




My reason for writing and speaking about the Boulé aka, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and Black Greek-Lettered  Organizations (BGLOs) is simple, we have not been told the whole story. BGLOs consist of Fraternities: Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, and Phi Beta Sigma, and Sororities: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Zeta Phi Beta, and Sigma Gamma Rho.


Thanks in large part to the works of Cokely, the Boulé was first exposed in the early 1990s. Having heard his lectures, it touched me personally because at the time I was an active member of one of the BGLOs (Alpha Phi Alpha from 1991-97). I was inevitably compelled to not only leave this organization (after attempting to “change” some of the foundational principles from within), I needed to share what I knew to allow others to at least have an opportunity to learn of the other side of the coin.


Every year in the month of May, each member of the Boulé is required to re-read their organizations history book re-dedicating themselves to the founders wishes: to “partake in the tenants of Skull & Bones at Yale.”


As they say, everything has a beginning and there are some whose genesis is as an offspring of something else—as in this case. Thus, it should be noted one is to be well aware of who Skull & Bones is before having any overstanding of who the Boulé is. I implore you to read my article first, ‘Skull & Bones: the Illuminati Resurrected’.


The most crucial point of all this is we are not aware of the reason why these organizations were founded. To raise this awareness merits an investigation from a chronological and historical time-lined perspective. What we find is in 1904 when the Boulé was founded, POADUS were 40 years removed from slavery thanks to the Emancipation Proclamation. With this country now having physically-freed Afrikanz roaming about, there was an even greater need to at least keep their minds enslaved.


It is not a coincidence around the same time the Boulé (Sigma Pi Phi, Fraternity Inc.) was founded, several other “black” and “black-greek lettered organizations (BGLOs) were created. Over the next decade: The Niagara Movement (1905), Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (1906), Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (1908), the NAACP (1909), the Urban League (1910), Kappa Alpha Psi & Omega Psi Phi Fraternities, Inc. (1911), Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. (1913), Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. (1914).


The next two decades saw the creations of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. (1920) & Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. (1922), The Cotillion (1923), Jack and Jill of America (1938), to name a few.


It is also no coincidence these organizations where either founded by caucasians [as in the case of the NAACP] or had a major white influence—as in the Niagara Movement and the foundation of fraternities. The founders of Alpha Phi Alpha, for example, learned from white fraternity houses they cleaned.


To be frank, since 1997, in my travels speaking about the Boulé, I find there are so many people who refuse to shake their allegiance to something that has dishonored our Ances-Starz who were stolen, enslaved, and murdered (whether it be physically or in the mind), for over a century. And I understand why—which is why this book was written.


If you don’t know, it needs to be known now! THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A BLACK GREEK!! This historical relationship between Afrikanz in the Nile Valley and the plagiarizing greeks was not harmonious in any way!


So why do we, millenniums later, continue to honor this atrocity by wearing the letters of our historical oppressor?! Herein lies a serious form of mentacide, or “mental suicide” as coined by historian Dr. Bobby Wright, which is defined as ‘when a descendant chooses the culture of their oppressor instead of their own!’


Why haven’t these historically black organizations not felt the responsibility to change their letters from greek to something Afrikan?! These incorporated organizations have had more than enough time and chances to align with the ‘Stolen Legacy’ fact, author of the same title, George G.M. James exposed how greek philosophy is actually stolen Afrikan philosophy!


At this point, it is evidently clear the century-plus-old Boulé and BGLOs have no intent in relinquishing their greek identity nor cultural preference; having made the choice to remain allegiant to the greek myth and all  the amenities a plagiarized European way of life can offer to a spiritual and

cultural amnesiac.


Many members argue although they’re a black greek-lettered organization, they are not greek. Well let’s just say this... if they’re not trying to be greek, or rather, honor the greeks by continuing to wear greek letters and identifying their fraternal names with their rituals and symbolism, we can also attest for certain THEY ARE NOT TRYING TO BE AFRIKAN!! Calling yourself a black-greek lettered organization is nothing but semantics!


Some may even venture further in saying greek letters evolved from Kemetic Medu Neter (erroneously called hieroglyphs). That excuse had its time when it was relevant. We’ve since been emancipated for over 150 years! For the sake of our Ances-Starz, our children, and our future, it simply does not fly in the here and now!


For some black greeks, it may be a hard decision; one that may make you think twice about turning to the next page of this book. If this is you, before you close this book, I invite you look at the bigger picture. You owe it to yourself to learn about Black America’s first fraternity and its behavior toward the memory of our Ances-Starz, our people presently, and the future of those yet unborn.


How important is it to you that our children embrace our Afrikan origin before colonialism erases our collective memory totally? Just by reflecting on the past 100 years, we can see this in play. I invite you to read this book in hopes it at least awakens you to a few things you might not have known, nor would you ever be told if you remain affiliated...unless you were tapped!


On top of all that, to want to segregate ourselves in an already segregated world is insane! With all the thousands of successful men who are in the Boulé—who claim to be the best our people have to offer—fraternities or even Masonry, or any other part of these elite social clubs, they have yet to present a Black agenda, nor in the very least, formidable global Black-owned corporations, much less national. Where are our Black businesses, our institutions, and foundations? They’re too busy licking boots of whitefolk thinking salvation is accomplished by mocking the ways of our collective oppressor!


All of this stems from Afrikanz being stripped of the knowledge of our past which became lost and now distorted through the many invasions starting in the Nile Valley. Instead of realizing the tenacious power we possess collectively, having no cultural base has left us with little to any hope

when it comes to self-reliance.


This is maintained systematically using the 10 Areas of People Activity (10APA):

  1. Economics
  2. Education
  3. Entertainment
  4. Health
  5. Labor
  6. Law
  7. Politics
  8. Sex
  9. Religion
  10. War


Instead of dealing with the real perpetrator/culprit, we fight ourselves leaving Yurugu to enjoy the fruits of our ignorance which converts to blind economic support. When will we wake up and realize if you’re not trying to be Afrikan, you’re emulating someone else?!


Oh, and lastly, I occasionally get emails claiming entertainers like Jay-Z and Sean ‘P-Diddy’ Combs and other blacks in Hollywood are in the Boulé. Unless they changed the tradition of how they groom and monitor members, they are not and simply cannot be! To even be considered you must be part of the first four BGLO fraternities. However, I am not ruling out that they are pawns being used by Yurugu. But for those that say they are are simply stating false truths. As a result of not doing proper research they are creating confusion. As Malcolm X once stated,


“Of all our studies, history is best qualified to reward our research. And when you see that you’ve got problems, all you have to do is examine the historic method used all over the world by others who have problems similar to yours. And once you see how they got theirs straight, then you know how you can get yours straight.”


Say want you want, I’ve laid out enough in this book that should have you question just how “black” these organizations are and if they are a help or hindrance. Common sense should easily tell you they certainly are not Afrikan!

  Each one reach MANY!


Abibifahodie (Afrikan Liberation)!


M’Bwebe Ishangi

November 2018


The History of America's First Black Fraternity and the Derailment Toward Afrikan Self-Reliance

There’s a side of America's first black fraternity that has stood in the shadow of Black organizations as a puppeteer since its inception making it difficult to see any bad they could do... until now. Learn of this groups role in sustaining the Greek myth over Afrikan identity, which in turn has been a vital obstacle toward  self-reliance for Afrikan people. Charles H. Wesley revealed the Boulé's base mission quoting founder Henry McKee Minton  in their history book, 'History of Sigma Pi Phi: First of the Negro-American Greek-Letter Fraternities’ page.28:


“In summary, Minton wanted to create an organization which would partake, in his own words, of “the tenets of Skull & Bones at Yale and Phi Beta Kappa… for Sigma Pi Phi members are still chosen on these bases and departures from them have been rare.”


For those who consider themselves “woke”, It’s about time you learn Who IZ the Boulé.


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