Racist Advertisements – United Independent Compensatory Code Book

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This is audio of Mister Neely Fuller Junior explaining his definitions of racism white supremacy, genetic annihilation, how words work, a universal compensatory flag pledge, how to handle being called a nigger, why use words in existence and give them new definitions to reveal truth in a manner that promotes justice. Basic mechanics of racism white supremacy and basic strategies that some white people practice when they choose to practice racism white supremacy. Why his code book says all people are either engaged in sexual activity or reacting to others so engaged, how WAR works on this planet, what it will take for non-white people to unite against racism white supremacy, instant gratification for profit, fun, and glory; and what is your business plan for not going to jail.

Mr. Neely Fuller Junior wrote two books about racism white supremacy. His first book titled The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept a textbook workbook for Thought, Speech and or Action for Victims of Racism White Supremacy. His second book is entitled The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept: A Compensatory Counter-Racist Codified Word Guide.

His first ever book was released in nineteen eighty four while his second book was released in two thousand ten. Mr. Fuller has broken down a system of racism white supremacy into nine parts of economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war. His word guide is perhaps a dictionary of terms that white people use when practicing racism, when to use them and when not to use them.

Mr. Fuller's books culminated over decades of him note taking his observations. Allegedly, over thirteen hundred pages of notes was condensced into his first book. I no longer archive other people's audios on my web site but you might be able to find these specific audios on perhaps YouTube and or Archive.org.

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