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H. Lewis Smith
Location: Beverly Hills, CA United States
Birthday: Mar 31st
Joined: Feb 28th, 2007
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I am a self-made businessman; entrepreneur; author; and CEO of a non-profit organization, the United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc. Born and raised in Hamilton, Ohio, I embarked upon a sales career as a newspaper boy at 11 years of age, sparking the desire for independence early in life. After graduating from high school, I enlisted into the Air Force, served an eight-year tour of duty, and was honorably discharged.

In the mid-1960’s, I moved to the Los Angeles-metropolitan area to attend Cal State University Los Angeles. I have remained a resident of Los Angeles since that time.

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

During my studies of metaphysics, I learned about the power of thoughts and words and the energy that emanates from a simple word; which prompted me to conduct some research on the word, nigger. My findings were intense. I felt obligated to share this enlightening information with all of my black brothers and sisters. Based on research findings and my in-depth understanding of the power of thoughts and words, I wrote the book, Bury that Sucka: A Scandalous Love Affair With the N-word.

After publishing the book, a chain of events led me to found the non-profit organization, United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc.

I hold the belief that a massive mind-manipulation process in the manner of a Machiavellian approach was perpetuated upon the African American race over 300 years ago, and is still an on-going phenomenon. I too believe that, though, the chains of physical enslavement were broken, the chains of mental enslavement are still in tact; until those chains are broken, all efforts to over-come predominating issues and problems in the black community are futile. I’m committed to helping overcome such ineffective endeavors and replacing emphasis on cultivating healthy mind power.
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Founder/CEO United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc. Author - Bury that Sucka A Scandalous Love Affair With the N-word
Undressing the N-word, Revealing the Naked Truth About Lies, Deceit and Mind Games Undressing the N-word, Revealing the Naked Truth About Lies, Deceit and Mind Games
An EXCERPT from Undressing the N-word (Released February 10, 2014) Albeit, man can change the definition of a word on a whim, he canno ...more
Posted by H. Lewis Smith on February 20th, 2014 • 1,661 Views
Black Americans Betray Forefathers with use of the N-word Black Americans Betray Forefathers with use of the N-word
When Samuel L. Jackson sat down with film critic Jake Hamilton to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained , Hamilton had a question that he wanted to ask Jackson relative to the n-word. But Jack ...more
Posted by H. Lewis Smith on March 4th, 2013 • 1,051 Views
Mitt Romney and the Mormon Curse on Black People Mitt Romney and the Mormon Curse on Black People
Mitt Romney has never repudiated the Mormon doctrine that Black people were a cursed race and is here to serve them. ...more
Posted by H. Lewis Smith on November 1st, 2012 • 556 Views
Is it Is it "In God we trust" or is it "In Guns we trust"?
America has always been a country that has claimed to abide by the Divine Providence instructions, and to honor “IT” first in all undertakings. This acknowledgement of God is exemplified in every Amer ...more
Posted by H. Lewis Smith on August 6th, 2012 • 936 Views
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I visited your web site and I was very impressed. I will recommend it to my associates. And yes, why is the N word still accepted by so many of our people. I just don't understand it. You have got to know you history to realize what you are doing to yourself when you use that word. "A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE".
Tagged by Ralph White on 04/06/2015  
"Keep exploring. Keep dreaming. Keep asking why. Don’t settle for what you already know. Never stop believing in the power of your ideas, your imagination, your hard work to change the world." —President Obama
Tagged by Ralph White on 04/06/2015  
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H.L.E.W.I.S. means Help Lives Empower Wisdom Into Success
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