The book will be available on July, 16th 2021.

THE MOST EXPLOSIVE BOOK IN A GENERATION

THIS GENERATION’S FIERCEST BOOK

I'm Not
Your Enemy

Is in your Face, Unapologetic from A Real Blackman Perspective!

An Explicit And Unapologetic Tale Of A Blackman

“WHEN YOU HATE SOMEONE FOR THEIR SKIN COLOR... YOU HATE GOD TOO. BECAUSE HE CREATED THEM!”

Troy J. Walker
GCP Founder & Owner; Author, Publisher & Promoter of
"I'M NOT YOUR ENEMY”

Every so often in a generation a messenger is Raised from ashes below, mainly to prove the “Power Of God” and also to bring forth a very important message: BLACK PEOPLE – STOP KILLING EACH OTHER!

History Foretells: In every generation, the All Mighty commands a person to soar like a Phoenix from the ashes.
Call him what you may: A messenger. A fanatic. A savior. A revolutionary.
But God chooses him to prove His power and spread an important message: MANKIND, STOP KILLING EACH OTHER.

About The

Author

Troy J. Walker is an activist, entrepreneur and poet, dedicated to liberating the minds of People of Color who have, for centuries, been oppressed and handicapped through institutionalized racism.

Mr. Walker is self-educated and has shown coveting resilience by overcoming the tough streets of New Orleans, five years of incarceration, and being homeless post Hurricane Katrina’s devastating wake.

Resurrected with his ancestors’ passion, he has been tasked to deliver a strong message to his people and those who support the systematic destruction of people of color.

  • His message is uncompromising and depicts the true picture of his people’s existence.
  • He is the unbridled continuation of a fearless nation of the revolutionary minds that the U.S. has sought to silence for centuries.
  • His words and motives are crystal clear: “We are not begging for nothing anymore!”

Troy J. Walker

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