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Muhammad Rasheed

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M. Rasheed is a cartoonist, socio-political analyst and ‘artivist’ dedicating his editorial graphics work to the uplift of the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS - https://ados101.com) political unification movement.

His research interests include the anti-racism and pro-Reparations struggles of the Black American former slave class, its ties to antitrust law and the rise of the Second Gilded Age, with its lineage-based, systemic racism effects.

M. Rasheed’s recent artivism effort is Weapon of the People: DECODED, a Gag-A-Day political cartoon venture launched on 09 Apr 2018. In addition to the backlist of previous works, illustrated short essay social observations and genre sequential art tales, his website features philosophical dialog
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Muhammad Rasheed In addition to keeping a list of projects available to tease and work on, I also like to explore character personalities in various hypothetical scena…moreIn addition to keeping a list of projects available to tease and work on, I also like to explore character personalities in various hypothetical scenarios that take place within their world's continuity. This usually involves juicy dialogue, gags and action scenes that are always fun to write and I can always get in the mood for. I have often created an entire book around such scenes, that's how fun the exercises are, and they even lead to more and more ideas to build upon the Storyverse. This method works best with creators who are character-driven writers, who tend to really like to get into the characters' heads. (less)
Muhammad Rasheed The best thing is that I get to leave a body of work that will live beyond me, possibly influencing the next generations of creators. The second best …moreThe best thing is that I get to leave a body of work that will live beyond me, possibly influencing the next generations of creators. The second best thing is that I am never bored. The combination of my writing plus cartooning is a major part of my personal identity, that takes very little money or preparation, to take with me anywhere.(less)
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“I see the world as a multi-layered, encrypted message—encrypted for countless reasons, by numerous sources. I believe our job as actively-engaged humans is to decode these messages for our own use and to document them for the greater body of human literature at the means each individual has at hand.

As an artist—specifically, a cartoonist—that is the means/medium I use for my own decoding duties. Through my research, I use logic, reason and intellect to intuitively follow the knowledge thread that intrigues me, connecting the dots from pattern recognition, and producing the cartoons that form my socio-political analysis.”
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“And to celebrate I will create a series of masterpieces showing how wrong-headed and primitive you and your ideologies are, and it is this that will pave the way to the new truth! As the artist, everyone will pay attention to me, while without a body of art to speak for you... no one will ever even remember your name!" Monsters 101, Book Ten: Class Dismissed
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“It is also said that Genghis Khan wanted to attack the kingdom of Prester John, but that the latter repulsed him by unleashing thunderbolts against his armies.”
René Guénon

“I knew that the first Europeans to arrive in Ethiopia had addressed the monarchs of that country as ‘Prester John.’ This use of the sacred relic as a war palladium – and as an effective one at that – was not, according to Archpriest Solomon [Gabre Selassie, Head of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Britain], just something that had happened in Ethiopia’s distant past. On the contrary: ‘As recently as 1896 when the King of Kings Menelik the Second fought against the Italian aggressors at the battle of Adowa in Tigray region, the priests carried the Ark of the Covenant into the field to confront the invaders. As a result of this, Menelik was very victorious and returned to Addis Abada in great honour.’

I re-read this part of the reply with considerable interest because I knew that Menelik II had indeed been ‘very victorious’ in 1896. In that year, under the command of General Baratieri, 17,700 Italian troops equipped with heavy artillery and the latest weapons had marched up into the Abyssinian highlands from the Eritrean coastal strip intent on colonizing the whole country. Menelik’s forces, though ill prepared and less well armed, had met them at Adowa on the morning of 1 March, winning in less than six hours what one historian had subsequently described as ‘the most notable victory of an African over a European army since the time of Hannibal.’ In a similar tone, the London Spectator of 7 March 1896 commented: ‘The Italians have suffered a great disaster… greater than has ever occurred to white men in Africa.”
Graham Hancock, The Sign and the Seal: The Quest for the Lost Ark of the Covenant

“True ideas do not change or develop, but remain as they are in the timeless 'present.”
René Guénon

“The conventional understanding of meritocracy is that it is a system for awarding or allocating scarce resources to those who most deserve them. The idea behind meritocracy is that people should achieve status or realize the promise of upward mobility based on their individual talent or individual effort. It is conceived as a repudiation of systems like aristocracy where individuals inherit their social status.

I am arguing that many of the criteria we associate with individual talent and effort do not measure the individual in isolation but rather parallel the phenomena associated with aristocracy; what we're calling individual talent is actually a function of that individual's social position or opportunities gained by virtue of family and ancestry. So, although the system we call "meritocracy" is presumed to be more democratic and egalitarian than aristocracy, it is in fact reproducing that which it was intended to dislodge.

Michael Young, a British sociologist, created the term in 1958 when he wrote a science fiction novel called The Rise of Meritocracy. The book was a satire in which he depicted a society where people in power could legitimate their status using "merit" as the justificatory terminology and in which others could be determined not simply to have been poor or left out but to be deservingly disenfranchised.”
Lani Guinier

“The “end of a world” never is and never can be anything but the end of an illusion.”
René Guénon




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