The Black Ten Commandments (Paperback)
National Warning Order
Outskirts Press, 9781478727057, 538pp.
Publication Date: March 8, 2016
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After conducting over 20 years of research, Army Captain Tony Caligula applies military principles to reducing pathology in the Black community and to facilitate Black Americans "Crossing the Jordan" into the "Promised Land" Dr. King alluded to. However, there are 10 reasons why Tony Caligula's military-oriented approach is superior to the traditional civil rights movement: 10. There is no "Whites versus blacks" outlook. Whites are neither the enemies nor saviors. 9. The Economic Independence movement Caligula advocates for the 21st century is based on a fresh, new approach based on the philosophies of Booker T. Washington instead of the petitionary doctrines of Frederick Douglass employed during the obsolete civil rights movement of yesteryear. 8. Caligula's national warning order is not grievance-based. 7. Caligula's national warning order is not based on victimization. 6. Caligula's national warning order focuses on the dissemination of a national plan, not the ranting of some charismatic autocrat (This feature is what makes my national warning order plan "assassination-proof"). 5. Caligula's national warning order advocates self-help for low income black Americans, but has universal application (can be adapted to any culture). 4. Unlike others in this genre, the national warning order places the onus on the black community where it belongs, not some ambiguous outside forces (a tendency that is called "self-serving bias"). 3. Unlike all civil rights movement strategies, Caligula's plan is based on the Warning Order format used to achieve objectives in military operations. 2. Caligula's based his national warning order on battle-tested, proven military principles. 1. The entire plan is concise, easy-to-remember ten steps. Tony Caligula is an African American conventionalist, Independent, and social capitalist. A Distinguished Graduated of the Officer Candidate School, with over 19 years of Army service and five overseas.