” “I’ll tell you what’s different ( than in other countries ). I’ll tell you what the fundamental difference in America is, it, it is a war against black people in America. It’s black people that 85 percent of people who go to prison in America for taking drugs is black people. They don’t take more drugs, but it’s a racist law against black people in America.”

Cap Black, The Hood Conservative
” I like Branson the adventurer but PASSIONATELY DISAGREE with Branson the narco-policy analyst for disparate impact. Crack dealers & crack gangs destroy more Black lives, directly & indirectly, than all the police brutality & private racist vigilantes in America combined. NOT jailing them at rates consistent with the long term havoc they wreak is racist!  Short answer- BALONEY! “
When what I call ” chocolate klansmen ( inner city thugs ) ” have billionaire White lobbyists, ” saving inner city traditional values is almost lost!
The Crack Lobby elevated chocolate klansmen to folk hero status and thereby signed death certificates for thousands of innocent American Blacks without batting an eye.
Nice work guys.
We won’t be able to survive your encore.
Cap Black, The Hood Conservative urges urban males to MAKE PEACE WITH AMERICA and transform their pain into patriotism. Otherwise we die under the sneakers of chocolate klansmen and their enablers who could care less! 
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This is what good Black men must Symbolically do to chocolate Klansmen
knock them off their perch- with the police beside us!

I admit it: I’m a consciously “Black” activist under the “real life superhero ( RLSH )” name of Capt Black. Big surprise huh? LOL.

I’m not a Minister Farrakhan nor arch-conservative Jesse Lee Petersen type. My approach is inclusive while high lighting inequities on both sides of WEB Dubois color line. I’m an equal opportunity advocate for what’s right.
There’s a place for consciously Black “real life superhero” activism. Look at the body count pouring from Inner City America and tell me somebody shouldn’t step up and loudly announce that the once-White Klan has become chocolate in these zip codes?I can’t overlook chocolate Klansmen in order to specialize solely as an anti-police brutality activist.  While on record as opposing police brutality I’m also absolutely against public brutality chocolate Klansmen inflict far, far more often.They stand head and shoulders above external threats to Inner City America. My generation will be judged on whether we allowed this fifth column with baggy pants and worse attitudes to dictate our reality.
That’s my big project- wrestling chocolate Klansmen off their unearned, lofty pedestal and culturally body slam them into the ash bin of history.
It runs parallel with regular RLSH duties of giving out food; small monetary gifts and offering inspiration on a take it or leave it basis. What can I say, I’m a professional do gooder- and proud of it.
Comic books and pulp novels are a life long inspiration. When Crack hit my neighborhood in the 1980s it was my ” Crime Alley ” moment to borrow from Batman’s epic origin. Early in my activism I would ask, ” If urban crime can make a fictional White man ( Bruce Wayne ) dress up like a bat to fight it- why isn’t the Hood overflowing with Batmen? ”
Capt Black is my answer to that question in a “post racial ” America.
NADRA ENZI AKA CAPT BLACK promotes creative crime prevention and homeless outreach. (504) 214-3082NADRA ENZI AKA CAPT BLACK

Real-Life Superheroes Could Be Protecting Your Ass At This Very Moment

Originally posted:
Real-life superheroes have become a big phenomena. So big,in fact, that some police departments are asking officers to familiarize themselves with the who’s-who of their city’s crime-fighting crusaders.

Photo by Brian Jacobson

Photo by Brian Jacobson

Two things have been in short supply in recent years: 1) An actual sense of protection. 2) Sincere acts of heroism.
Lets face it, police brutality have become so commonplace that instances don’t usually warrant news coverage. The politicians in Versailles DC are good for nothing. And the Dept of Homeland Security, which includes the TSA, seems to have declared war on We the People.
Where to turn for real help, security, and heroism?
Real-life superheroes have begun to spring up everywhere. In fact, there are so many real-life superheroes running around the city of Seattle that the local police have been encouraged to study up on the real life superhero movement to familiarize themselves with a growing trend.
Many in Seattle have even formed an organized group called The Rain City Superhero Movement. This includes Thorn, Buster Doe, Green Reaper, Gemini, No Name, Catastrophe, Thunder 88, Penelope and Phoenix Jones the Guardian of Seattle. All masked, they carry Tasers, nightsticks, pepper spray, but no firearms.
The Seattle PD were informed that Captain Ozone and Knight Owl are not part of the movement. Good to know where these caped crusaders stand.
While this has gotten big enough in Seattle to get some media attention, it’s becoming something of a phenomena all across the United States.
This is not a trend, it is a movement. This movement could also go world-wide. (Naples, Italy, already has at least one steadfast protector. )
Local police are beginning to ask real life superheroes, or RLSH, to be careful. Seattle PI reports that on one occasion “police say a caped crusader dressed in black was nearly shot when he came running out of a dark park.” In another case, a witness on Capitol Hill saw the crusaders wearing ski masks in a car parked at a Shell station and thought they were going to rob the place.
A police bulletin has been sent to all Seattle officers this week, requesting they look at the Real Life Super Hero national website to get an idea of what they are dealing with.
The secret identity thing could become an issue, unless something is done to allow RLSH to work more efficiently with police. Seattle police were called out to Phoenix Jones and his team, who were apprehending a violent man swinging a gold club. But because they refused to identify themselves using their legal names, the police couldn’t take statements and the aggressor walked free (minus his club).
Phoenix Jones was later identified as a local 22-year-old black man who is driven around by a female friend who stays in the car when he gets out in his black cape, black fedora, blue tights, white belt and mask. He had agreed to be interviewed by police; and when he arrived at the station only partly dressed, he apologized. The rest of his outfit was being repaired because he was recently stabbed by a drug dealer.
Thank goodness Phoenix Jones is also wearing body armor, and a ballistic cup under his outfit.
Wikipedia has an article on RLSH, which explains: “The term Real Life Superhero is variously applied to real-world people who dress and/or act like comic book superheroes. Sometimes, this label is bestowed upon them by those whom they have helped or the media, while at other times, the aspiring superheroes apply the label to themselves.”
A real life super hero website at responds:

That’s what Wikipedia reports and – to a certain extent – it is true. Officially, a Real Life Superhero is whoever chooses to embody the values presented in superheroic comic books, not only by donning a mask/costume, but also performing good deeds for the communitarian place whom he inhabits. You don’t necessarily need to engage in a violent fight to be a crime fighter – you might patrol and report whatever crime you see. So basically, terms like “good deed” or “crime fighting” are open to various interpretations.
Many of the Real Life Superheroes retain peculiar characteristics, abilities, special training and paranormal faculties that make them even closer to their comic book counterparts.


  • Crime fighting patrols and/or reporting illegal actions to Police.
  • Fliers asking for help with specific unsolved crimes.
  • Missing person’s fliers.
  • Promoting social/environmental awareness.
  • Helping the homeless with food/water/blankets.
  • Donating blood

There’s another great RLSH website at that seems to be updated with regular news, offers a registry for superheroes, and much more. The registry alone (where I obtained the RLSH images that you see) makes visiting the website well worth it. I only wish there were more entries; but I am sure that will change as more superheroes join the movement.
Perhaps a growing lack of faith in government is helping to fuel the RLSH movement. Perhaps it is the inevitable outcome of a whole generation of people who grew up on superheroes. Maybe it’s simply due to a lot of people being out of work, and seeking something meaningful to do with their time.
It’s probably all that, and more.
At any rate, this could be just the beginning of something very large and very strange. I, for one, am looking forward to looking up at the sky one night and seeing a superhero signal being activated over my city.