EUGENE ‘EDA’ WADE
November 1939 – April 2021
Funeral Service Information:
Wednesday – April 28, 2021
Viewing 11:00am – 12:00pm
Service 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Eugene “Eda” Wade was an artist, educator, and devoted father. Eda’s life was dedicated to sharing knowledge and creativity with the world through his art and teaching.
Eda died peacefully of natural causes at the age of 81, in Baton Rouge on April 15, 2021. He is survived by his 6 children: Durand, Manaseh, Martha, Elizabeth, Jessica and Ivy.
Flowers for the home-going funeral service can be ordered by calling Original Heroman’s at 225-344-0441.
by Edaw Wade
The State-Group of individuals who claim the right to initiate force against others, which processes an exclusive monopoly of ultimate decision-making and conflict arbitration within a specific geographic region.
Corporatists – those benefiting from government-business collusion.
State Violence – exclusive monopoly of various agents such as police and military
Central Banking – with the instrument of central banking, a boom-bust cycle of mal-investment in generated by excessive spending.
The Masses – ultimately the burden and cost of the state fall on the masses who are forced to pay for its unsustainable practices.
Africa must free itself from Western influence, and rid themselves of corruption and nepotism. Africa should develop into a United Africa. This idea of a United Africa terrifies the West because the resources of the mother country will be used for its own people and not stolen by the Western European countries.
Reaganomics added more to the national debt than all of his predecessors combined; ran staggering deficits; sank the economy into recession; made U.S. the heaviest borrowers in the global economy; slashed social programs for the poorest Americans.
Forty years ago former President Nixon ended the last remnants of the gold standard, creating fiat money out of thin air. It places the burden of a continuous growth requirement, intensifies competition and accumulates wealth in the hands of a minority by taxing the majority.
Leopold extracted a fortune from the Congo, collection of ivory, and after a rise in rubber in rubber in 1890’s, by forcing the population to collect sap from rubber plants. Leopold use the money from the exploitation of the Congo, for public and private construction projects in Belgium during this period. Villages were required to meet quotas on rubber collections, and individuals’ hands were cut off if they did not meet the requirements. His regime was responsible for the death of an estimated 2-15 million Congolese.
When God was a black woman and why she is not now.
WHEN GOD WAS A BLACK WOMAN
40×55″ Digital Art
by Eugene Wade, 2013
Canvas Print $1,500
This is what happen when information and the mind is colonized by those who must have power and control over the masses of people.
40×55″ Digital Collage
by Eugene Wade, 2014