Is Facebook Discriminating Against Users in Today’s World? Deadlyartofsurvival.com Says They Just Might Be!

One of The Deadly Art of Survival’s followers woke up to a notification on Facebook saying that his post have gone against community guidelines and that they would be removed from Facebook.

All of the companies posts are being removed completely off of Facebook. Dating back to September 2021.

DOAS Magazine or Deadlyartofsurvival.com is known for having the #1 Martial Arts Magazine on Amazon. The brand makes 98% of their revenue off of Facebook alone now having their content blocked and restricted access cuts down that stream of revenue to zero. Due to their enormous following on Instagram and Facebook, a lot of their post and content are constantly posted on all social media platforms. They receive thousands of likes, comments, and views on a daily basis, and have an extremely supportive following.

Being a black owned brand that incorporates all races, isn’t easy. Their business is run out of their homes, and having an income source cut off abruptly, makes things 10 times more difficult.

Companies like Facebook make billions of dollars per year, so how could they just shut off a pipeline that monetarily supports families and uplifts Martial Artists that have done amazing things for their communities.

In some instances, your banned for a couple of days, but in this case, all of their content for the past year has been removed. Followers who have also shared their content have also had their posts removed as well. Even threatened with account suspension, all for being supportive?

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We’ve seen cases like this before, in the flooding of black owned towns. To simply remove their existence in such a disastrous way and control who gets to pass on generational wealth. You can’t help to compare the two, especially since it bares similarities in what’s going on right now. From Black owned stores being burned down, red lining, Black history being removed from textbooks. Answer me this. Is it possible for discrimination to go on behind the scenes of social media? Almost to sort of control who gets engagement, If so, this definitely needs to be addressed. Let us know in the comments.

Peter “Sugarfoot” Cunningham | Legends You Should Know About Pt.3

Sugar Foot is a retired Canadian 7-time World Champion Hall of Fame kickboxer, boxer, martial artist, actor and author. Rated by experts as one of the greatest full contact fighters of all time, Sugarfoot was a superb technician who possessed high fighting I.Q. and lightning speed.

Peter “Sugar Foot” Cunningham

He retired from kickboxing in 1996[4] with a record of 50-1-1, having avenged the only draw of his career but only one defeated Peter, the undefeated Richard Sylla at the WKA World Title in Paris.

Appeared in the film No retreat No surrender with Jean Claude Van Damme

As well as the blockbuster hit The Fighter

Cunningham’s skills in the ring have been praised by many martial arts legends, including Benny “The Jet” Urquidez, Bill “Superfoot” Wallace, Chuck Norris, Dan Inosanto, Rigan Machado, Don “The Dragon” Wilson

Legends you should know about Pt. 2: Demetrius “The Greek” Havanas

Demetrius Havanas born 1950, Texas died July 1981, Tennessee, known as ‘The Golden Greek’, was a 3rd degree karate black belt and kickboxer.

He won over 90 consecutive tournaments in forms and fighting competition, and won 13 grand championships in 1971. He was ranked in the top ten of American Karate fighters between 1971 and 1975.

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Legends You Should Know About | Billye Jackson vs Benny “The Jet” Urquidez

Billye Jackson, a retired Pro Fighter who had an amazing 22-2 record.

Former Welterweight Kickboxing Champion of the world.

Known for beating Benny the Jet Urquidez hands down but the decision was later ruled a no contest.

Highlights of Billye Jackson Pro kickboxer.

Trained under Demetrius “The Greek” Havana’s Who we will also be talking about down the line. But for now enjoy some highlights of Billye Jackson.

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Boxer Dies After Being Disoriented in Scary Boxing Match

Lightweight boxer from Africa, Simiso Buthelezi, died this Tuesday after sufferings from multiple hits to the head. A video of him in his boxing match went viral the night before, as you can see that he was confused and punching an imaginary opponent. The young fighter was only 24.

Video below:

A suspicion has been brought up that he had suffered an injury the night before his match. Which may have cause bleeding to his brain.

He was very much dominating the fight until he was caught with a blow to the head and separated by the referee in the 1oth round.

Ultimately his opponent Mntungwa was awarded the fight.

Hours later he was placed in an induced coma, and later passed away. May he rest in peace.

Soke Haisan Kaleak | Deadly Art of Survival Magazine

On any given day, you can find Soke Haisan Kaleak, one of the many great African-American Martial Artists of the 21st century on the mat serving young and old martial arts students and enthuses. His title, “Soke” which means “Founder,” is also sometimes referred to as “Baba” a Kiswahili term that translates as “Father or Leader.” He has earned these titles because of his love to identify his martial arts through an Afro-centric meanings. Soke is recognized as one of the leading weapons instructors on the East Coast, is the recipient of 10 martial arts “Hall of Fame” awards and is the proud recipient of the distinguished “Martial Arts Living Legend Award.” In addition to these, he has been recognized for his continued contributions to the community by receiving the certificate of “Special Congressional Recognition” from Congresswoman, Yvette D. Clark and The Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of Service from Senator John Sampson, and New York Citation from the Office of President Borough of Brooklyn city of New York.

Soke Haisan, a member of “Eye to Eye International Jiu-jitsu Federation,” is also a Certified Fugitive Recovery Agent and bodyguard to politicians. He is currently the elected President of the “Family of Sanuces” and recipient of USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame, Philadelphia Hall of Fame, Black Ryu Hall of Fame, Martial Arts Press Conference Hall of fame/ NBLA and recognized by the Bonello foundation Inc. of Veteran affairs.

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His most recently published book “I Am Kuroshi-Do spoke of his early days as a martial artist. His 2nd book “Wisdom of Self,” is soon to be released. Soke Haisan Kaleak is also the host of “Doc Radio,” Making the Connection Blog talk radio, an online martial arts radio show he hosts in dedication to his teacher Supreme Grandmaster Dr. Moses Powell. He was host of the Cable TV Show “On the Mat” a Martial Arts Cable TV show, and featured on Diedra Cole/Warrior Within podcast, and on Sensei Emmitt podcast, Agent for national missing Children’s center /Child Search Inc., and Martial Maze.

Soke began his teaching career with the New York Police Athletic League (P.A.L.) in Brownsville, Brooklyn New York at the Howard Houses known for boxing gyms serving the likes of Mike Tyson and other great boxers. He instructed through his dojo Warriors Domaine. His second school was recognized by the Mayor of New York City, David Dinkins as one of the best athletic programs of physical fitness in Brooklyn, New York. As the martial arts director of the Jackie Robinson Center for Physical Culture in Central Brooklyn serving over 4000 youngsters, Soke Haisan was responsible for managing and developing over 350 young martial artists ages 8-18 in this organization. The instructors, all trained by Soke, have managed to develop the best free martial arts after-school program in New York City. Through his hard work and perseverance, Soke Haisan is a great example of how a person can effectively give back to his community.

Throughout his martial arts career, Soke has sought to learn all that he could. Soke’s vast skills come from training with some of the best in the martial arts, such as Professor Tadashi Nakamura and Sensei Eric James who provided his training in Kyokushinkai-Kan. His knowledge of Shotokan karate-do come from Professor George Cofield, Shihan Thomas LaPuppet and Sensei Lusayne S. Alston. Soke Little John Davis trained Soke Haisan in Kumite-Ryu. Professor Charles Elmore instructed Soke Haisan in the art of Aki-Elmore-Ryu Jiu-Jitsu. His skills in weaponry were attained through training with Professor Ronald Duncan, Professor Robert “Sugar” Crosson, Soke Steve Alston and Hanshi Charles Sparrow. Those masters have passed on their many years of experience…..

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Mcdojolife Interview With The Deadly Art of Survival Magazine (Sneak Peek)

Q: Tell me a little about the Founder and Creator of Mcdojolife?

For sure. So my name’s Rob, I run Mcdojolife. I’ve been running McDojoLife now for a decade. I’ve been training in martial arts for about twenty-five years.

Q: Nice. Now, how were you introduced to martial arts?

So, when I was a kid, well, when I was born anyway, I was born with a cleft lip and palate. That left me with a lot of scars on my face. Going through school like that was pretty rough. I got picked on and beat up and teased a lot. One day I got jumped by a group of kids. Like five or six kids, right after a gym class. They beat me from the time the bell rang until the time the next bell rang, which was five minutes. So that’s fun. Oh yeah, two teachers stood there and watched the entire thing and did nothing about it. Even when I got my head stomped on and I got stabbed with a pencil. I actually still have a scar on my hand from that. And then, as I’m laying there bleeding, the second bell had rung. They all ran and scattered so that they could try to get to class. A friend of mine who was an acquaintance at the time actually became my best friend after that incident, he came over, picked me up and he walked me to the nurse’s office.

On the way to see the nurse, he handed me a card for martial arts classes. It was a free trial class card. He said, “you need this.” Later, I went home. I asked my mom if I could take martial arts classes. That next month was my birthday and my present was a year paid in full for martial arts classes. I’ve been doing it ever since. 

Full interview in the 6th edition! Available here or on Amazon

Public Statement by The Deadly Art of Survival Magazine

The Deadly Art of Survival Magazine is proud to announce that starting with the 6th Edition, a portion of our magazine sales will go towards Angelslive.org.

Angelslive inc. is a Non-Profit organization, who’s purpose is to provide help to homeless military veterans & seniors.

They also assist those who have been affected by natural disasters and pandemics.

We as martial artists have given our entire lives to our communities, but after these long years, there are still those in need.

It’s our goal to help the unfortunate and those who have fought for our country.

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WHAT IS KARATE? Deadly Art of Survival Magazine

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Words by Shidoshi Nathan Ingram & Shihan Glen Beck

The definition of the (Japanese) word, Karate, in its simplest form means “empty” (Kara), and “hand” (Te): empty hand. However, watching any of the thousands of movies available we know that weapons are also a large part of the use of karate. When it comes to its exact origins the world will debate endlessly that it was created in many different countries and centuries. As much as I’m up for the great debate about this, the truth is that I, like most of you, would be guessing because none of us were born yet and weren’t standing there at its inception. I feel that even scholars, on this, or any subject would argue their views to exhaustion. So, let’s get away from its point of origin(s), and talk about what we think karate is to us; keeping in mind that our thoughts on the matter extend to all of the arts by any name that can be practiced.

The discussions that I’ve had, read about or overheard with my teachers, contemporaries, or others were all far-ranging. In the decades of my life being integrated into the arts, and from every aspect in my younger years while I was a student, instructor, mentor, or warrior, differs some from the wisdom I gained when I got older and began walking a path of enlightenment. That’s just to say that I strive to be a better person each day than I was the day before. When I look in the mirror, I just want to know that I’m a good example for my students.

Some of the first things that come to mind concerning karate are words like discipline, confidence, fitness, and self-defense; all of which I believe to be true. However, as a Karateka what else comes to mind? In my opinion, thinking as altruistically as possible, being an honorable, caring, honest, person with high moral standards that our students can look up to are paramount when obtaining the title of teacher, and doing so without arrogance, or ego…. (Continued in the 5th Edition Magazine.) Use discount code DEADLYART10 to get 10 percent off when you checkout.

Nathan Ingram

Teacher, and always a student

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