‘Willice Samuel’

Philadelphia, “E Pluribus Unum,” – ‘Out of The Many, One!’ Unlike that of other cities, life had been good for many folks in spite of the massive gentrification, politicalizing, politicalized racial polarization, anarchy, crime, capitalization, gun-pollution, gun-addiction, drug-addiction, social desease, hunger, homelessness, incarceration, drug-czars and gangs, police brutality and corruption, state, city and private business white-collar crime and corruption, and a ‘God-Given Need for Salvation and Forgiveness. Not at all unlike other large cities across the nation. But, in this town of Philly, there is much to be offered… and received. There is great pride in home ownership here… (non-home-ownership is just as great a reward for residing in this place as well). There are four major universities of higher learning; with two major colleges, i.e., Philadelphia Community College; on Spring Garden Street with multiple satellite campus locations; and The Berean Institute College; (formerly of Girard Avenue in the heart of North Philadelphia); in and around the Philadelphia surrounding area.

This town; formerly the fourth-largest city in America; a hot-bed of sports champions and teams… the home of Champion Boxing greats, The Philadelphia Eagles in NFL Football, The 76r’s in Basketball, The Philadelphia Wings in Soccer, The Philadelphia Flyers in Hockey, The Phillies in Baseball, The Taney Street Dragons Little League Baseball Team, “Philly’s World Champions”; with many other fine sports teams and supporters; a strong and proud city of diverse people, Museums, Art Galleries, Restaurants of Highly Classed Cuisine(s) and Fine Culture; home to “The Rocky Statue and Balboa University 먹튀검증.” A Philly neighbor to New Jersey; across the river, is separated by the Mighty Delaware River; slicing through Philly, the Energetic and Unrelenting ‘Schuylkill’ River running through it; hosting many ‘Sculls,’ Scullies and other type of boat races… in “Fairmount Park!”

“Fairmount Park,” (rivaled only by ‘New York’s Central Park)… is Home to ‘The First National Zoo in America!’

A city immersed in its pride of being a diverse unwavering metropolis, possessing enormous bursts of wonderment, appreciation, adventure, and imagination. Fairmount Park, a vast outdoor world of the old and the new… a wilderness of discovery; a fanciful land of activities for the whole family, oriented in friendship – “Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection!” A soulful experience for all who take part in venturing forth, partaking of its wonderful pleasures… offerings of bountiful majesty; gifted to one and all, by ‘Mother Nature’ and the ‘Grace of God!’

The time is now… your time… our time, an un-yielding vast and everlasting holistic experience across the region. A Philadelphia Story of Your Struggle(s), Our Struggle(s), The Struggles of Life In Philly! The exceptions to the rule are those who have no struggles, or so they say. Willice and his kin fare no differently than the average folk in and around town… like many in the law enforcement community and those of many Philadelphia Civil Servants; Willice has paid his dues many times over. He’s gone that extra mile a bit more times than expected, required, or unaccepted by many who serve. The trials and tribulations associated with his career climb and life goals, have forced him into a war with a beast no one could have ever possibly imagined. Quadrupled with his fight against the systematic engine designed to keep him and people of his particular persuasion in a set place… their place. He labored with the struggle in hanging onto his job, his family, his life, and his steadfast dedication to his vows of protecting the people, his never-ending fight against the very people with whom he is forced to deal and work along-side, each and every day.

“Willice Samuel’s family arrived up North from Georgia by way of Winnsboro, South Carolina. The family settled in Coatesville Pennsylvania, in or about April 1911.

Willice’s Great-Great Grandfather talked about a lynching and burned at the stake murder of a Black Man by a mob of white men who wore masks. He said the Black Man; named Zachariah Walker; was accused of shooting to death a white cop, named Edgar Rice. He was supposed to have been a special police officer in Coatesville. The Willice’s are descendants of America’s lucrative Industry of Black Slavery.”

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