Jawahar Mohanty

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I currently live in Santa Ana, CA.  I work in the music industry and I work on socalstory.com 

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It's crazy to think how the Oprah interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Harry and Megan)  would TRIGGER such terrible emotions and  deep wounds that took years to overcome  (still not fully overcome)  from a relationship that ended over 20 years ago.   The pain that I dealt with and the belittling feeling I had was thrown in my face with the force of getting hit by a ton of bricks after hearing that interview.  

But Hey,  time heals wounds and life goes on until some sort of triggering event takes place.  The Oprah interview with the former Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan  and the issues that they face with racism and their children was my trigger.   

“There were “concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he’s born” from members of the royal family, Meghan said to a flabbergasted Oprah early on in the two-hour interview. “

Boom all sorts of painful emotions flooded my thoughts.  The feelings of not being acceptable to your parents because the color of my skin.   Your mother was so disappointed with the idea of of us having children.  She said something like if you were to have children they would be brown.   I remember when you told me this and how disappointed the both of us were.

If I only had the knowledge of how the racial rejection would effect me especially after we broke up I could have avoided all of this feeling of having little worth after everything was done.  In the real I probably would have taken the same exact path.  At that time I was tired of others dictating my life and not having my interests involved.  Who's to say maybe things might have been different if I confronted your parents on what they said and their beliefs.    Imagine if it was current time and they got called out for this, how different things would be.  They might not have even have said anything considering the scorn they could feel since we live in a “woke” time of life.  Even if they didn't say anything we both know how they would feel.  They would be disgusted with having brown grandchildren.  

Besides opening up the door for a lack of self worth another issue that was never finished  was closure.   I was never able to get the closure I deserved or answers to some serious questions that I needed and deserve.  So without those answers from you and the strange points you said about our relationship the few times we spoke after I moved to Orange County, I was broken.   

It was extremely difficult to deal with the fact that because of my skin color it wasn't acceptable to date their daughter.   What a powerful reason not to like a person.   Color over rides the quality of a person, what they could provide for a person, how they will treat a person.  No time to find out about a person if they don't have the same color skin as the person they want to be with.  Regardless if I wasn't good or if I didn't treat you right I was never given these opportunities before negative judement was placed upon me for no wrong doing on my end but just because the color of my skin.  

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The future of music is Now.  Not sine Childish Gambino's " This is America" has there been any serious  politically driven music until now.  Welcome Fear No Empire.  

Finally a band that has the power to impact the mass.  Fear No Empire is a band that has the potential to impact the mass similar to Rage Against the Machine.  The future of music is NOW!   

Fear No Empire!  The future of music is NOW.......   

What a terrible year.  There are many stories of hardship and each one has an importance.  As a planet we suffer together a pandemic that at first wasn't taken seriously or was considered a conspiracy theory.  By summer in the US civil unrest due to unwarranted killings of civilians by police.  This just exposed how divided our country really is.  Well it's Christmas so we have about 5 days remaining for this year.   Hope all goes well these last days and we can hopefully open 2021 with a clean slate and positive energy 


I started listening to the music of Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer not too long out of high School. The music that was created by them and by Bob Marley after the departure of Tosh and Bunny is timeless.

The music has a strong tone for the racial divide our country currently faces. One song in particular fits this best. The lyrics for this song were Inspired by a speech from Haile Selassie, (Emperor of Ethiopia) to the UN on October 4, 1963.

In April 1976 Bob Marley and the Wailers released their 8th studio album Rastaman Vibration. On this album is the song that was inspired by Haile Selassie's UN speech. The song title is WAR.

The most powerful lyrics that to this day when I hear them in the proper environment give me goose bumps.  “"Until the color of a man's skin Is of no more significance than the color of his eyes Me say war"

Fast forward to 2020 and I can honestly say that the color of a man's skin is not even close as insignificant  then the color of his eyes. It's been over 40 years since the release of this song and that is why this WAR continues.  

This is a WAR I strongly stand behind and support 100%.  This is a WAR that must be fought BUT this war must be fought with NON VIOLENCE.  

The ambush of 2 police officers that took place in Compton is disgusting. The aftermath at St. Francis Hospital in Lynwood where the critically injured police were blocked by crowds that were chanting “We hope they die” not only is it disgusting it was almost as bad as the ambush.  

This WAR will be lost with this approach.  This is a WAR that MUST follow a strict act of NON-VIOLENCE and NO MORE destruction of property.   The momentum and goals for this WAR are fading each time violence takes place.  Regardless of the goals there was no reason for the cowardly ambush to take place and to hear that people were chanting “We hope they die” not only goes against the goals it's just shows how little people value life.  

I am sure BLM leaders do not condone this violence and should speak out against it.  They may have already or they may have not, I'm not sure.  This goes out to everyone who is protesting unwarranted force by police towards the black community and other minorities.  The goals for change withing the police forces will not occur and will actually get worse if actions like this keep occurring.  

You have the attention of the world.  There is a chance to better our country but we can't better this country through hate and violence it must be done with compassion, understanding and by all means NO VIOLENCE.   To obtain the goals no one needs to lower themselves to the level of violence that we are protesting.  Lead by example and that example will be heard.

“ Non-violence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind.  It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man” Mahatma Gandhi 

15 Oct 20

stray cat gets in our yard.  See what happens next

I thought he decided not to run after he found out that he couldn't get on the ballot in most states?  https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/kanye-west-announces-1st-campaign-event/ar-BB16V1Cw 

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