goodinfo711 SPEAKS HERE


Thank you for following me, even though I don’t have anything out there yet. And to be completely transparent, I’m a black man, and I’m not at all offended with the things that you say.

In fact, it’s the opposite.

I was trying to leave comments on your website to older posts that you’ve written; however, a lot of them have been locked out.

Is there anywhere else on the website where I can leave a comment from an older post, where people will still know which one I’m talking about?

Thank you for your time and help, and keep up the great writing… I haven’t been able to stop reading what you write.

It has been affirming on a personal level to hear your words, and to know that my life path wasn’t the wrong one.



Connect The World To Your Thoughts.


Being a black man, who had issues about race and self-identity from a young age, I’ve always wanted to assimilate, because I saw all of the things that the white race created and gave to the rest of the world. 

Unfortunately my family was very pro-black, and I could see the racism that they had, and also preached to us kids. They made me so confused and angry inside that I committed a crime out of a lack of self-control, and went to prison for 10 years. 

There’s a long story behind that, and I have no problem talking about it. I just wanted to fast forward to when I got out, and had my son. I didn’t know how to be a good father or husband, so my wife divorced me and found a white man to be with, where they have a child of their own, plus my son.

I had to listen to, and deal with black men telling me, how could I let a white man raise my son, how I’m supporting white supremacy, and should go to court and fight. 

When I read your words “God says black parents and leaders need to teach their black children sensitivity toward whites. Prejudice and discrimination are rampant in the black community”, that moved me so much, and reaffirmed to me that children can have more than one father. 

And no matter what color they are, as long as the child is getting love from that person, that’s all that matters.

I will always make sure my kids show sensitivity and respect to all white people, and I will make sure that if nothing else, they see the same from me.

Thank You,

~ Ted Jones aka GoodInfo711



4 comments on “goodinfo711 SPEAKS HERE

  1. Proof Of Enslavement

    Posted on 20 May 2018


    My family enslaved me as a young black male child, putting thoughts of black power in my mind, only confusing me from the other young black males, who wanted to see themselves as niggers, which I couldn’t be, because they saw me as an uncle Tom…Wow, so many labels to live by.

    To only be 15 years old, my own black race confused me so much, it destroyed my life as a young adult. When I had my son, I wasn’t a good father at all, so my wife left me for a white man, who has raised my son for 14 years, doing and teaching him things, that I was too afraid to ever do, even to this day.

    But seeing how happy my son is, and how much he loves his step-father, it is easy to see that his step-dad has shown my son how to not become a slave to the black race, but to be an individual, who is able to see through the racist views that blacks have for others. And because of that, I’m so happy to know that my son is going to have a chance to move through life with an open heart for all humankind, and not just for the klan that enslaved his black father.

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  2. Suicide By Cop Or Homicide By Pastor?

    18 FEB 2018


    As a black father, I struggle at being a loving a caring parent to my black son, which is why he’s being raised by a white man his whole life. And when I got out of prison, I was really living the thug and nigger life. I would let my ex-wife hear, though my son, that I was being lazy and not being present at all. Many times I would just leave my son at my mothers house, while I hung out with my boyz.

    I made myself the victim and I wanted everyone to feel sorry for me.

    So instead of getting a job, I fell behind in child support. And even though I was taught a lot in prison by white inmates on how to be a good black man. I was quickly back into the black environment, where being an uncle Tom, would get a person’s ass kicked real fast.

    I was afraid of those black thugs, so just to show them that I was down, I would skip weekends from picking up my son, or sometimes I just wouldn’t show up. It got so bad that one time I showed up so late, my ex-wife didn’t say anything to me, but the next time I showed up, my son’s step-dad made sure that his friend (who was a big and beefy white man) spoke to me right when I walked in their house.

    And the conversation wasn’t us sitting down. It was him with his hands around my neck, pushing me down to the ground where I saw in his face nothing but anger and hate.

    For less then a second, I thought I couldn’t be letting this happen to me right in front of my son. But I quickly realized that I had no idea how to fight, so I didn’t do anything stupid. If I did, I would have gotten my ass kicked really bad.

    With my son standing right there, I felt emasculated at first. But then I stopped to think about why am I even in that position. And the answer is simple: I drove over to my son’s house drunk and high (which is against the law). I was late, and not only that, but I was disrespectful to my ex-wife and her time.

    I was told by this white man that they were going to supervise my visitation with my son, until they felt like I was fit to be around him on my own. At that point, I stopped being angry because I was in the wrong. And the first thing my son said to me was that he was glad that I didn’t fight back, because he knew I would have gotten my butt kicked.

    I didn’t live my life correctly at all. And when I share my life stories, I’m not ashamed for the path that I took, because living the life that I did, has allowed me to see all of the hate and racism that my black race has against white people, and it makes me so mad, that now I do everything I can to help expose it. And if noting else, to keep that crap away from my son.

    I was that nigger who was on the path of self-destruction, until I was saved while in prison. And not from being in church or group sessions. But one-on-one talks with white guards, and white inmates, who saw something different in me, and really wanted to give me honest love and true guidance, so I didn’t become another black man, who just hates, just because.

    Black parents don’t love their children, and I feel like if the cops have to shoot and kill a black child because of their silly behavior. Then I feel like the parents of that child should be arrested and sent to prison, for terrorist threats and endangerment towards a white police officer.

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