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Dilemma 40 – " Nutrition"

The nutrients needed to keep each organ healthy.

Numerous Scientific studies confirm that a whole food diet comprised of vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes and nuts without added oil, sugar or salt are optimal for health (PlantPure Nation)

The Brain

Part of the Nervous system that is the control center of the entire body and all its functions. Herbs that nourish the brain: 1. Periwinkle Improve cognitive function. 2. Vincristine Huge positive neuro-cognitive effects, and even reduces brain tumors. 3. Gotu Kola It lowers stress. Stress has an incredibly abhorrent effect on our brain’s ability to process information and to see things clearly. 4. Smelling Rosemary Improves speed and accuracy when performing certain mental tasks. 5. Ginkgo Biloba This herb actually helps to regenerate brain cells. Foods that nourish the brain. 1. Kale 2. Walnuts 3.Avocado 4. Blueberries 5. All Berries

The Heart

The main organ of the circulatory system that constantly moves and pumps blood throughout the entire body. Herbs that nourish the heart: 1. Hawthorn berry leaf and flowers Strengthens the heart and improve circulation. 2. Bilberry Strengthens blood vessels and capillaries throughout the body. 3. Butcher’s broom Tones circulatory tissues throughout the body. 4. Gotu Kola leaf Improves blood circulation and acts as a heart tonic. 5. Motherwort leaf Improves cardiac function and circulation. Foods that nourish the heart 1. Walnuts 2. Blueberries 3. Whole grains (Spelt, Quinoa) 4. Extra virgin olive oil 5. Bell peppers

The Lungs

Part of the respiratory system that supplies oxygen from the air to our blood and removes carbon dioxide from our blood to the air. Herbs that nourish the lungs 1. Lungwort Used to promote lung and respiratory health and clear congestion. 2. Oregano Has positive benefits on the respiratory tract and nasal passage airflow. 3. Plantain Leaf Relieves a dry cough by spawning mucus production in the lungs. 4. Elecampane Has a relaxing effect on smooth tracheal muscles. 5. Osha Root It helps increase circulation to the lungs, which makes it easier to take deep breaths. Foods to nourish the lungs: 1.Cayenne Pepper 2. Ginger 3. Onions 4. Pomegranate 5. Kale

The Liver

The largest internal organ, which aids digestion, controls metabolism and removes harmful substances from the blood. Herbs that nourish the liver 1. Dandelion Root Stimulates the production of bile and its flow between the gallbladder and liver to improve liver function and overall health. 2. Milk Thistle Protects a normal liver from daily toxins 3. Burdock root It also stimulates bile flow while helping a weakened liver by purifying the blood and restoring damaged cells. 4. Artichoke It helps prevent gallstones and can also dramatically curb jaundice. 5. Turmeric To assist with any and all inflammation. Foods that nourish the liver: 1. Avocados 2. Leafy green vegetables 3. Olive oil 4. Apples 5. Key Limes

The Stomach

The part of the digestive system that contains acid to help breaks down food for the body to absorb. Herbs that nourish the stomach: 1. Ginger: Calms both the circulatory system and the digestive system 2. Peppermint Calms both the stomach and a stressful mind. It also helps ease common cold symptoms. People with heartburn or acid reflux should avoid it, however, due to its volatile oils. 3.Chamomile Another calming herb. 4. Slippery Elm Aids in digestion and even help with minor pain and inflammation. 5. Cinnamon Helps with stomach ailments and stimulate digestion. It’s often taken as a tea or with warm honey. Make sure to get true cinnamon. Foods for stomach: 1. Apple Cider Vinegar 2. Ginger 3. Bananas 4. Probiotic 5. Fiber

The Pancreas

The part of the endocrine system that produces insulin to regulate the amount of sugar in the blood; aids the digestion process and helps control metabolism. Herbs that nourish the pancreas: 1. Calendula Stops tumor cell proliferation including pancreatic cancer cells. 2. Licorice An anti-inflammatory compound that reduces pain and swelling that is associated with pancreatitis. 3. Goldenseal Lowers blood sugar levels and help the pancreas with its overall function. It stimulates the beta cells within the pancreas, which is very beneficial to those with diabetes. 4. Horsetail Restoration of the pancreatic tissues as the silica will heal and aid in the rebuilding and restoration of damaged tissues 5. Dandelion Brings healing to the damaged tissues in the pancreas. Foods that nourish the pancreas 1. Garlic 2. Probiotic 3. Blueberries 4. Red Grapes 5. Reishi Mushrooms

The Kidneys

Part of the urinary system that filters and removes waste from blood; aids in regulating the body’s fluids and blood pressure Herbs that nourish the kidneys: 1. Chanca Piedra Prevents Kidney Stones 2. Goldenrod Detoxes the liver 3. Hydrangea Root Prevents Kidney Stones, discourages them from forming. 4. Horsetail Increasing urine output to flush the kidneys and urinary tract. 5. Celery Root A natural diuretic. Stimulates tonic for the kidneys as it contains nutrients like potassium and sodium. Foods to nourish the kidneys 1. Turmeric 2. Black seed oil 3. Cherries 4. Quinoa 5. Walnuts

The Small and Large Intestines

Small Intestine part of the digestive system that takes nutrients from food and deposits them in the bloodstream; the longest internal organ. Large Intestine is the final part of the digestive system that turns waste and other indigestible food into feces. Herbs that nourish the Small and Large intestines. 1. Senna Leaf Help with constipation 2. Cascara Sagrada Help keep a healthy digestion and elimination. 3. Aloe Leaf Aid in digestion 4. Chia Seeds Omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. 5. Psyllium seed – Relieves cramping. 6. Fruit – High fiber content for digestion. Foods that nourish the Small and Large intestines. 1. Fiber 2. Coconut Oil 3. Apples 4. Kefir 5. Vegetables

Top 5 food to help the human body: 1.Blueberries Beautiful inside out Truly the tastiest berry for my palette but pack with antioxidant and nutrients that purify your blood from free radicals, truly a powerful food. It helps you to keep balance while doing stretching exercise. 2.Avocado Beauty comes in many forms Avocados are excellent for overall health and beauty when eaten and applied to the face. The best hydrating moisturizing facial is made with avocados they also lower cholesterol and blood pressure. 3.Cilantro Mercury fighter Cilantro quit tasty aids our body to get rid of mercury and other heavy metals that end up in your bloodstream via tooth filing, the food you eat, and the objects you come in contact with. 4. Water The fountain of youth Water keeps the skin plump, the collagen active, and the toxins flushed out of your body. It carries the nutrients through our blood system, our body is made up of mostly water, so drink up. The best water is alkaline water (placing cucumbers or key limes in water alkalizes it) helps in aiding in headaches and backaches the elimination of all ailments of the body. It keeps us full and satisfied. Don’t forget to drink enough water 1 liter daily to flush those toxins out of your body. The Tops HERBS for the health your body In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manners of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.” Revelation 22:2 There is healing in the plants (herbs) Our creator put everything on this planet to heal our bodies Bitter Melon Regulates blood sugar levels Spirulina Detoxes heavy metals and prevents cancer. It is a complete protein. Cracked Chlorella Detoxes heavy metals, hair growth, provides the body with important vitamins and minerals. Sea Vegetables Kelp – Arame .Nori – .Kombu – Wakame – Hijiki – Dulse – Agar . Seaweeds contain natural iodine, beta-carotene, niacin, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, selenium, vitamins A, E, and C plus amino acids. They have properties that inhibit cancer tumor growth. The regulate the thyroid, the blood pressure, excellent source of protein, help menopausal women. Black seed oil Power antioxidant heals the overall body, prevents cancer and prohibits the growth of tumors. Astragalus Strong immune system builder Oregano Powerful antioxidant that fights cancer and bacteria Quercetin It fights inflammation that causes disease Lion’s Mane Prevent nerve damage and prevents cancer Alpha Lopic Acid Beneficial for diabetes, nerve damage, and it prevents wrinkles Dill Aids in digestion and cramps. Basil Fights anxiety hypothyroidism, lowers blood sugar levels and promotes hair growth. Parsley Vitamin A and C enriched. It stabilizes your blood pressure. Sage Heals sores. Sharpens your memory and stops inflammation. Grows hair. Rosemary Stimulates hair growth and aids immune system. Thyme Fights infections and promotes good circulation. Cilantro Detox your cell and fights tumors Fennel Helps with upset stomachs and a natural breath freshener Chamomile Promotes sleep, and muscle and nerve relaxer. A natural skin whitener. . Catnip A natural laxative keeps you regular. Chives Reduces inflammation in the body. Echinacea A strong Boost to the immune system St. John’s Wort Can help with depression and anxiety. Garlic Strong cancer fighter and known to prevent cancer. Onion Its sulfur compounds make it a cancer fighter. Anti-inflammatory compounds help it fight inflammation in the body. Dandelions A strong detox for the liver and kidneys. Also, known for cleansing the blood. Ginger Good for nausea or stomach ailments. Good for combating ovarian cysts Ginseng For mental clarity Green Tea Aids in weight loss and fights cancer Wheatgrass A blood cleanser and cancer fighter Shiitake Fights cancer and infections Stevia Natural sugar, keeps blood sugar levels normal Goji Berries Fights cancer and abnormal cells. Licorice Helps with ulcers and is an antifungal . Cloves Cures tooth pain and fights off bacteria. Hyssop Helps with pain Witch Hazel Beautifies the skin and helps with many skin ailments. Aloe Vera For circulation and any skin disorder. Dang Gui Menstrual problems and poor circulation Watercress One of the healthiest things you can eat packed with every vitamin and mineral needed to survive. Tarragon Supports liver function Nettle Heart health and pain Lemongrass Fights cancer Hibiscus The heart and blood circulation Turmeric Strong anti-inflammatory and cancer fighter Sea Buckthorn Skin beautifier and skin problem reducer Flax Improves brain function and health. Corrects heart disease. Milk Thistle Detox the liver Pawpaw Known as Soursop it fights cancers

Our youth-obsessed society has brought many to self-loathing mentality. Youth is closely relative to beauty itself, no doubt that the way we treat our body closely relates to the condition of our skin and overall appearance. So you may be asking yourself what is the fountain of youth? Is it in a bottle? The outer adornments such as makeup and clothes only mask the truth. The only defense you have against aging is what you put in your mouth. Plain and simple that is real talk. As our body ages, the collagen receptors fade and elasticity loosens on the skin then it degenerates leaving unhealthy wrinkle skin which in return make you age faster. You might ask what is the solution? Your diet which needs to be fresh and raw. I do endorse the vegetarian or vegan lifestyle which allows me to devour as many veggies and fruits as I like never being hungry this is really your front line of defense against aging next is physical activity or exercise such as hiking, bike riding, running, walking, and strength training with weights strengthens your heart and the muscle groups of your body, as well as, keeping you fit. Sleep and rest also contribute to ultimate health benefits. So the fountain of youth can’t be found in makeup which only masks the problems like blemishes and pimples or toxic chemical skin creams that promise lasting results, although there are some that really do work like more of the natural product lines. The Skin is the outer covering of the entire body. Its the largest organ of the human body. The skin has layers (epidermis and dermis) it guards the underlying muscles, blood vessels, nerves, bones, ligaments, and internal organs. It is the indicator of health and wellness in the body. The best veggies and fruits for the skin are avocados, red bell peppers, watermelon, cucumber, oranges, grapes and of course alkaline or distilled water. The best oils for your skin coconut oil rose oil, and wheat germ oil they strengthen and rebuild collagen receptors in the skin. Everything I have mentioned here has been used, tested, and endorsed by me.

Recipes:




Fruit Salad Bowl
 ½ of a cantaloupe 2 cups of strawberries sliced 2 cups of kiwi sliced ½ cantaloupe sliced Cut cantaloupe scoop out the seeds first, throw them away, then scoop out the melon leaving the shell of the cantaloupe empty. Now in a separate bowl, mix the sliced strawberries, kiwi, and cantaloupe together, then place it inside of the empty cantaloupe shell. (note for this recipe you can use any fruit you like)
Quinoa Dessert
1 cup quinoa 4 cups of almond milk 1/3 Black Strap Molasses 1 teaspoon of cinnamon Boil the Quinoa until tender. Rinse the cooked Quinoa with cold water. In a medium saucepan, add Quinoa and other ingredients together. Bring to a boil then reduce heat to simmer for 10 minutes. Cool for 5 mins. Stir then top with berries. Then stir and eat.
Avocado Toast
1 large avocado 4 Slices of toasted bread (preferably some Ezekiel bread or Eureka bread) 1 lime Salt or Pepper to taste Olive oil for drizzling Toast 4 slices of bread. Cut your avocado and mash it up in a bowl. Then add a teaspoon of olive oil, and lightly squeeze lime juice, add a pinch of salt or pepper to taste. Mix together then spread on the toast.
Vegetarian Chili
1 Tablespoon of grapeseed oil 2 medium onions, chopped 2 1/2 Tbs chili powder 1 1/2 tsp paprika 1 cup of chopped cilantro 1 cup of mushrooms 1/2 tsp oregano 1/4 tsp black pepper 2 Tbs paprika 2 c chopped bell pepper, any colors 2 15 oz. cans no-salt-added diced tomatoes (organic) 1 tsp salt 1/3 c uncooked quinoa 3 c cooked chickpeas Add grapeseed oil and chopped onion to a large, lidded cooking pot. Sauté the onion over medium heat for about 3 minutes. Add the chili powder, paprika, oregano, cilantro, and pepper. Simmer 3-4 minutes. Reduce the heat slightly. Stir in the bell pepper and mushrooms. Simmer about 10 minutes. Add the canned tomatoes, salt, and water. Loosely lid the pot and simmer about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Reduce the heat to medium-low, lid the pot and simmer about 50 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add enough water to make it the consistency you like as you need to. Add chopped onions for garnish
Vegetarian Curry with Chicken (optional)
5 cloves garlic 1 (3-inch) chunk peeled, fresh ginger 1 tablespoon water (add as needed) 1/4 cup olive oil 1/2 teaspoon coriander seeds 1/4 teaspoon cumin seeds 6 green cardamom pods 4 whole allspice 3 whole cloves 1 medium yellow onion, sliced 2 packages of Saffron Road Coconut Curry Korma Sauce 1/2 cup whole, peeled, canned tomatoes (with puree), roughly chopped 8 cups mixed 1-inch-cut such as potatoes, carrots, and green peas Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 (14-ounce) can unsweetened almond milk About 2 cups (1-inch cubed) cooked chicken, preferably thigh or leg this is optional. Cook some long grain rice prior to directions Serve over long grain rice In a mini chopper or food processor (mini-chopper), combine the ginger and onions and 1 tablespoon water. Heat the oil in a stew pot over medium-high heat. Add the coriander, cumin, cardamom, allspice, cloves and cook while stirring. Add the onion and cook, stirring, until lightly browned, about 3 minutes. Add the curry sauce packets, stir for 2 minutes. Add the tomato and cook. Then add potatoes, carrots, and green peas, season with salt and pepper and stir to combine. Add the almond milk and enough water to just cover the vegetables. Bring to a boil, lower the heat, and simmer, covered, until tender, about 15 to 20 minutes. If you add cooked chicken cook an additional 10 mins. Let stand for 5 mins then serve.
Chickpea Salad
1 package of romaine lettuce 2 cups of cooked chickpeas 1 Avocado 1 cup of walnuts 1 cup of blueberries 1 cup of strawberries cubed 1 cup of fresh parsley Dressing 1 tablespoon of lime juice 1 tablespoon of olive oil 1 teaspoon of Braggs apple cider vinegar Mix together in a bowl then pour over salad. In a salad bowl, place romaine lettuce, then add two cups of cooked chickpeas drained. Cut avocado then place on chickpeas, then add walnuts, blueberries, strawberries, and fresh parsley. Toss together then add the dressing.
Cucumber Pizza
2 medium cucumbers 1 pound Easy Whole-Wheat Pizza Dough ¾ cup prepared marinara sauce 2 tablespoons chopped fresh basil 1 tablespoon of oregano 1 cup of mushrooms 1 tablespoon of chopped parsley 1 medium onion, minced 1 ¾ cup thinly shaved vegan cheese (or any cheese of your choice) Cut cucumbers into ½-inch thick rounds then preheat skillet with the tablespoon of grapeseed oil over medium heat, then put the cucumbers in the skillet and fry them until golden in color. Let cucumbers cool slightly,. Reduce heat to low. Roll out the dough put on parchment papered pizza sheet. Add some olive oil to the top of the dough, then some cheese, then the rest of the ingredients, then more cheese, then bake until done to your likening. Then take it out, let it cool then eat.
Green Goodness Smoothie
1 cup of kale 1 cup of fresh parsley 1 cup of fresh basil 2 cups of cherry or grape tomatoes ½ cup of cucumber 1 apple 1 red bell pepper 2 cups of water Mix all ingredients in your Vitamix or any blender of choice.
Fruit Smoothie
2 cups of almond or coconut milk 1 cup of blueberries 1 cup of strawberries 1 banana 1 kiwi fruit 1 small mango Mix all ingredients in your Vitamix or any other blender of choice.

Dilemma 3 – "Slavery"

As indicated by the didactic systems of this world, the Negroes were brought to the Americas by slave ships in 1619 were beaten, raped, murdered and forced to work as slaves on plantations for 400 + years with poor living conditions, no rights or pay. They cried. They prayed. They obeyed. The cries of the slaves were heard by our God so he raised up – President Abraham Lincoln – who signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 which freed the slaves. This action pissed off the white nationalists that felt compelled to ensure that we were still enslaved to the system. They passed the Jim Crow laws for segregation. Then later that was demolished by the civil rights movement in the sixties. We became “Black and Proud” Then in 2008, a black senator from Chicago “Barack Obama” became the first black president of the United States. Did anything really change?

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WHO DO THEY SAY WE ARE?

And thou shalt become an astonishment, a proverb, and a byword, among all nations whither the Lord shall lead thee. Deuteronomy 28:37 KJV

NIGGERS * SPICS *COONS * DARKIES * BLACK * UGLY * MULATTOS *FEEBLE MINDED * UNFIT * IMBECILES * IMMORAL * CRIMINAL * CATTLE * SLAVES NEGROES * AFRO THIS OR THAT *MONKIES * SAVAGES * COLORED *JUNGLE BUNNIES * DIRT *JIGABOOS * ANIMALS *WET BACKS * SPOOKS *SAMBOO * ASIATIC BLACK MIXED * BIRACIAL* MULTIRACIAL * BURNT And so forth… Code words used to establish slavery.

We exist under the myriad complexities of slavery even today

1619-1834 Slaves 1834-1892 Coons/Colored 1892-1934 Niggers/Niggas 1934-1970 Boy/Africans 1970-1983 Afro Americans 1983-2002 Black Americans 2002-2016 African Americans

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12 KJV

My Discourse about “Blackness” Our Social Death. The good. The bad .. And the ugly!!

First, let me demystify the proverbial reference to race. I call it – “the powerful illusion.” For the theory of race to exist, there has to be a superior race and inferior race for the ideal of separation. The method of race is a man-made system of classification created to division among people to classify people into specific groups. Organizing humans into various racial groups, including a selection process of what color fits into what category. Is it redundant to say the least, many have brought into the lie? Think about it can we as people draw any scholarship on race based on what one looks like. Race a group of humans which the populations have divided into the group based on physical characteristics. Biologically speaking, traits are inherited non-concordantly through our ancestors, which means they are inherited independently. If we were to go on genetics alone, there really isn’t a single genetic trait that distinguishes one race from another, even with varying degrees of melanin in the skin. Racism is an aborted attitude believing in a man made the illusion. May a people that don’t know who they are they will accept, live, and thrive off of anything. Ye was sold to the nations, not for your destruction: but because ye moved God to wrath, ye were delivered unto the enemies. Baruch 4:6 KJV

PSY-CHO-NEG-RO SIS: A mental disorder affecting the spirit, personality, motives, and actions of Negroes who have failed to rid themselves of the psychological ills they’ve accrued from their collective experience with Foreigners. Marked by a distorted idea of Self and Others. Psychonegrosis results in irregular patterns of perception, logic, thought, speech, behavior and emotional expression and accompanied by various other unnatural disparities manifestations (such as but not limited to, self-group deprecation, the championing of non-black ideas, conversion to non-Black religions, xenophilia. Esp Anglo-centric xenophilia, cognitive dissonance, sexual deviation, escapism, dual or double-consciousness, conflicting loyalties, and unscrupulous Liberalism) differing in degrees of severity from one individual to another. One main thrust of Psychonegrosis causes black people to be unreasonable, contradictory, and utterly dependent upon (or considerate of) the culture, products, charity, aid, sympathy and or conscience of other peoples, especially of white people.

Then Master, are you going to beat me today? Master, are you going to rape me today? Master, are you going to kill me today? Now Master, are you going to poison me today with GMO crops and fluoridated water? Master, are you going to continue to pay me low wages today? Master, are you going to shoot me today and say it’s my fault today?

I am light I am free, so they say to me I am in the master house to flee the dark people I don’t know who I am to be My light skin never really set me totally free I am the “House Negro”…

I am in the hot fields. The heat has ravished my skin Tired, Famished, with nowhere to hide. My dark skin has become a burden to me. I am the “Field Negro” …

In reality it wasn’t that much of a difference between the light and dark slaves, both had a beast of burden. The dark slaves were conditioned to believe their were less than the lighter slaves but the light slaves were raped and treated inhuman in the house with instances of rape and brutal treatment. For the darker slaves dealing with the extreme heat without pay. So I might ask where was the better of the two? The punishment was the same but in different instances of injection. They broke us down they robbed us of our heritage we crashed like shattering glass into a million pieces we turn us against each other in ignorance; and sadly enough they did it well our thoughts and ways become their ways of thinking. No longer were we a people but a commodity to be sold to the highest bidder. The term light vs. dark is paramount in our society even still today it resonates in the psyche of every black person on earth, directly or indirectly. We were beaten, hung in trees, separated from our families, raped, murdered by the millions, spit on, made the mockery of jokes, and humiliated. We were told we were inhuman all because our skin color. Did they have the right to hate us? No but they were allowed to do it because our disobedience to the Most High God. With their evil pursuits and unjust treatment they took it to another level. You see there is more to our story than just slavery or coming out of Africa. Through colonization which is to be held responsible through conquering of many countries, they changed the perception of beauty into the white woman and we adopted their style through the fear and power of persuasion. They executed the technique of brainwashing. If you say something for so long it marinates in the mind control as it persuades the viewer of your opinion. So through the words of white supremacy have been programmed for so long through brainwashing through the media outlets around the world.

The making of a slave. 

This letter is the mirror of Deuteronomy 28 in the bible. Depicting the curses that were inflicted on us.

“The William Lynch speech” is an address purportedly delivered by a certain William Lynch to an audience on the bank of the James River in Virginia in 1712 regarding control of slaves within the colony. The letter purports to be a verbatim account of a short speech given by a slave owner, in which he tells other slave masters that he has discovered the “secret” to controlling black slaves by setting them against one another. The document has been in print since at least 1970, but first gained extensive notice in the 1990s, when it appeared on the Internet and has been published in book form. Since then, it has often been promoted as an authentic account of slavery during the 18th century, though some of its opponents have found inaccuracies and anachronisms, which has, in turn, led some historians to conclude that it is spurious. Real or not? Yes, it is true the psychological effect of it resonates to have an effect or impact beyond that which is immediately apparent in our soul and spirit daily it affects on how we maneuver in society our outlook on ourselves as people. The proof is in the fruit that has manifest in our psyche. Line by line, it has been played out like an actor acting in an opera. We have been conditioned through words of hatred and despair. It has been walked out Throughout History it has proven to show beyond a shadow of a doubt that our people have been conditioned to believe the mendacity of the oppressor about themselves.

This speech was delivered by Willie Lynch on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1 712. Lynch was a British slave owner in the West Indies. He was invited to the colony of Virginia in 1712 to teach his methods to slave owners there. The term “lynching” is derived from his last name.

December 25, 1712

Gentlemen:

I greet you here on the bank of the James River in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twelve. First, I shall thank you, the gentlemen of the Colony of Virginia, for bringing me here. I am here to help you solve some of your problems with slaves. Your invitation reached me on my modest plantation in the West Indies, where I have experimented with some of the newest and still the oldest methods for control of slaves. Ancient Rome’s will envy us if my program is implemented. As our boat sailed south on the James River, named for our illustrious King, whose version of the Bible we cherish, I saw enough to know that your problem is not unique. While Rome used cords of wood as crosses for standing human bodies along its highways in high numbers, you are here using the tree and the rope on occasions. I caught the whiff of a dead slave hanging from a tree, a couple miles back. You are not only losing valuable stock by hangings, but you also have uprisings, slaves are running away, your crops are sometimes left in the fields too long for maximum profit, You suffer occasional fires, your animals are killed. Gentlemen, you know what your problems are; I do not need to elaborate. I am not here to enumerate your questions, I am here to introduce you to a method of solving them. In my bag here, I have a foolproof method for controlling your black slaves. I guarantee every one of you that if installed correctly, it will control the slaves for at least 300 years. My method is simple. Any member of your family or your overseer can use it. I have outlined several differences among the slaves and make the gaps bigger. I use fear, distrust, and envy for control. These methods have worked on my modest plantation in the West Indies, and it will work throughout the South. Take this simple little list of differences and think about them.
On top of my list is “age,” but it’s there only because it starts with an “A.” The second is “COLOR” or shade, there is intelligence, size, sex, size of plantations and status on plantations, attitude of owners, whether the slaves live in the valley, on a hill, East, West, North, South, have fine hair, coarse hair, or is tall or short. Now that you have a list of differences, I shall give you an outline of action, but before that, I shall assure you that distrust is stronger than trust and envy stronger than adulation, respect or admiration. The Black slaves, after receiving this indoctrination shall carry on and will become self refueling and self-generating for hundreds of years, maybe thousands. Don’t forget you must pitch the old black Male vs. the young black Male, and the young black Male against the old black male. You must use the dark skin slaves vs. the light skin slaves, and the light skin slaves vs. the dark skin slaves. You must use the female vs. the male. And the male vs. the female. You must also have you white servants, and overseers distrust all Blacks. It is necessary that your slaves trust and depend on us. They must love, respect, and trust only us. Gentlemen, these kits are your keys to control. Use them. Have your wives and children use them, never miss an opportunity. If used intensely for one year, the slaves themselves will remain perpetually distrustful of each other. Thank you gentlemen

Present: Light skin vs. Dark skin, Good hair vs. Bad Hair etc.. Who can look the whitest.

The LORD shall send upon thee cursing, vexation, and rebuke, in all that thou settest thine hand unto for to do, until thou be destroyed, and until thou perish quickly; because of the wickedness of thy doings, whereby thou hast forsaken me. Deuteronomy 28:20

Lets Make a Slave

It was the interest and business of slaveholders to study human nature, and the slave nature in particular, with a view to practical results. Many of them and I attained astonishing proficiency in this direction. They had to deal not with earth, wood, and stone, but with men and by every regard, they had for their own safety and prosperity they needed to know the material on which they were to work. Conscious of the injustice and wrong they were every hour perpetuating and knowing what they would do. Were they the victims of such mistakes? They were continually looking for the first signs of the dreaded retribution. They watched, therefore with skilled and practiced eyes, and learned to read with high accuracy, the state of mind and heart of the slave, through his sable face. Unusual sobriety, apparent abstractions, sullenness and indifference indeed, any mood out of the common was afforded ground for suspicion and inquiry. Let us make a slave. What do we need? First of all, we need a black nigger man, a pregnant nigger woman, and her baby nigger boy. Second, we will use the same basic principle that we use in breaking a horse, combined with some more sustaining factors. What we do with horses is that we break them from one form of life to another that is we reduce them from their natural state in nature. Whereas nature provides them with the natural capacity to take care of their offspring, we break that natural string of independence from them and thereby create a dependency status, so that we may be able to get from them useful production for our business and pleasure.

Present: Welfare

He shall lend to thee, and thou shalt not lend to him: he shall be the head, and thou shalt be the tail. Deuteronomy 28:44

Cardinal Principles for making a Negro

For fear that our future Generations may not understand the principles of breaking both of the beasts together, the nigger and the horse. We understand that short range planning economics results in periodic economic chaos; so that to avoid turmoil in the economy, it requires us to have breadth and depth in long range comprehensive planning, articulating both skill sharp perceptions. We lay down the following principles for long range comprehensive economic planning. Both horse and niggers are no good to the economy in the wild or natural state. Both must be broken and tied together for orderly production. For orderly future, special and particular attention must be paid to the female and the youngest offspring. Both must be crossbred to produce a variety and division of labor. Both must be taught to respond to a peculiar new language. Psychological and physical instruction of containment must be created for both. We hold the six cardinal principles as truth to be self-evident, based upon the following the discourse concerning the economics of breaking and tying the horse and the nigger together, all inclusive of the six principles laid down about. NOTE: Neither principle alone will suffice for good economics. All principles must be employed for orderly good of the nation. Accordingly, both a wild horse and a wild or nature nigger is dangerous even if captured, for they will have the tendency to seek their customary freedom, and in doing so, might kill you in your sleep. You cannot rest. They sleep while you are awake, and are awake while you are asleep. They are dangerous near the family house and it requires too much labor to watch them away from the house. Above all, you cannot get them to work in this natural state. Hence both the horse and the nigger must be broken; that is breaking them from one form of mental life to another. Keep the body take the mind! In other words, break the will to resist. Now the breaking process is the same for both the horse and the nigger, only slightly varying in degrees. But as we said before, there is an art in long-range economic planning. You must keep your eye and thoughts on the female and the offspring of the horse and the nigger. A brief discourse in offspring development will shed light on the key to sound economic principles. Pay little attention to the generation of original breaking, but concentrate on future generations. Therefore, if you break the female mother, she will break the offspring in its early years of development and when the offspring is old enough to work, she will deliver it up to you, for her normal female protective tendencies will have been lost in the original breaking process. For example take the case of the wild stud horse, a female horse, and an already infant horse and compare the breaking process with two captured nigger males in their natural state, a pregnant nigger woman with her infant offspring. Take the stud horse, break him for limited containment. Completely break the female horse until she becomes very gentle, whereas you or anybody can ride her in her comfort. Breed the mare and the stud until you have the desired offspring. Then you can turn the stud to freedom until you need him again. Train the female horse whereby she will eat out of your hand, and she will in turn train the infant horse to eat out of your hand also. When it comes to breaking the uncivilized nigger, use the same process, but vary the degree and step up the pressure, so as to do a complete reversal of the mind. Take the meanest and most restless nigger, strip him of his clothes in front of the remaining male niggers, the female, and the nigger infant, tar and feather him, tie each leg to a different horse faced in opposite directions, set him a fire and beat both horses to pull him apart in front of the remaining nigger. The next step is to take a bull whip and beat the remaining nigger male to the point of death, in front of the female and the infant. Don’t kill him, but put the fear of God in him, for he can be useful for future breeding.

Present: Broken homes and broken people

Therefore shalt thou serve thine enemies which the LORD shall send against thee, in hunger, and in thirst, and in nakedness, and in want of all things: and he shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck until he has destroyed thee. Deuteronomy 28:48

The Breaking Process of the African Woman

Take the female and run a series of tests on her to see if she will submit to your desires willingly. Test her in every way, because she is the most important factor for good economics. If she shows any sign of resistance in submitting completely to your will, do not hesitate to use the bull whip on her to extract that last bit of resistance out of her. Take care not to kill her, for in doing so, you spoil good economics. When in complete submission, she will train her offsprings in the early years to submit to labor when the become of age. Understanding is the best thing. Therefore, we shall go deeper into this area of the subject matter concerning what we have produced here in this breaking process of the female nigger. We have reversed the relationship in her natural uncivilized state she would have a strong dependency on the uncivilized nigger male, and she would have a limited protective tendency toward her independent male offspring and would raise male offsprings to be dependent like her. Nature had provided for this type of balance. We reversed nature by burning and pulling a civilized nigger apart and bull whipping the other to the point of death, all in her presence. By her being left alone, unprotected, with the male image destroyed, the ordeal caused her to move from her psychologically dependent state to a frozen independent state. In this frozen psychological state of independence, she will raise her male and female offspring in reversed roles. For fear of the young males’ life, she will psychologically train him to be mentally weak and dependent, but physically active. Because she has become psychologically independent, she will train her female offsprings to be psychological independent. What have you got? You’ve got the nigger women out front and the nigger man behind and scared. This is a perfect situation of sound sleep, and economic. Before the breaking process, we had to be alertly on guard at all times. Now we can sleep soundly, for out of frozen fear his woman stands guard for us. He cannot get past her new slave molding process. He is a good tool, now ready to be tied to the horse at a tender age. By the time a nigger boy reaches the age of sixteen, he is soundly broken in and ready for a long life of sound and efficient work and the reproduction of a unit of the good labor force. Continually through the breaking of uncivilized savage nigger, by throwing the nigger female savage into a frozen psychological state of independence, by killing of the protective male image, and by creating a submissive dependent mind of the nigger male slave, we have created an orbiting cycle that turns on its own axis forever, unless a phenomenon occurs and re-shifts the position of the male and female slaves. We show what we mean by example. Take the case of the two economic slave units and examine them closely.

Present: Welfare

The tender and delicate woman among you, which would not adventure to set the sole of her foot upon the ground for delicateness and tenderness, her eye shall be evil toward the husband of her bosom. Deuteronomy 28:56

The Nigger Marriage

We breed two nigger males with two nigger females. Then we take the nigger males away from them and keep them moving and working. Say one nigger female bears a nigger female and the other bears a nigger male. Both nigger females being without influence of the nigger male image, frozen with an independent psychology, will raise their offspring into reverse positions. The one with the female offspring will teach her to be like herself, independent and negotiable (we negotiate with her, through her, by her, we negotiate her at will). The one with the nigger male offspring, she being frozen with a subconscious fear for his life, will raise him to be mentally dependent and weak, but physically strong, in other words, body over mind. Now in a few years when these two offspring’s become fertile for early reproduction, we will mate and breed them and continue the cycle. That is good, sound, and long range comprehensive planning.

Present: The rise of the feminist movement, pardon me “They don’t need a man”

30 Thou shalt betroth a wife, and another man shall lie with her: thou shalt build a house, and thou shalt not dwell therein: thou shalt plant a vineyard, and shalt not gather the grapes thereof

Warning: Possible Interloping Negatives

Earlier we talked about the non-economic good of the horse and the nigger in their wild or natural state; we talked out the principle of breaking and tying them together for orderly production. Furthermore, we talked about paying particular attention to the female savage and her offspring for orderly future planning, then more recently we stated that, by reversing the positions of the male and female savages, we created an orbiting cycle that turns on its own axis forever unless a phenomenon occurred and resift and positions of the male and female savages. Our experts warned us about the possibility of this phenomenon occurring, for they say that the mind has a strong drive to correct and re-correct itself over a period of time if I can touch some substantial original historical base, and they advised us that the best way to deal with the phenomenon is to shave off the brute’s mental history and create a multiplicity of phenomena of illusions, so that each illusion will twirl in its own orbit, something similar to floating balls in a vacuum. This creation of multiplicity of phenomena of illusions entails the principle of crossbreeding the nigger and the horse as we stated above, the purpose of which is to create a diversified division of labor thereby creating different levels of labor and different values of illusion at each connecting level of labor. The results of which is the severance of the points of original beginnings for each sphere illusion. Since we feel that the subject matter may get more complicated as we proceed in laying down our economic plan concerning the purpose, reason, and effect of crossbreeding horses and nigger, we shall lay down the following definition terms for future generations. Orbiting cycle means a thing turning in a given path. Axis means upon which or around which a body turns. Phenomenon means something beyond the ordinary conception and inspires awe and wonder. Multiplicity means a great number. Sphere means a globe. Cross breeding a horse means taking a horse and breeding it with an ass and you get a dumb backward ass long headed mule that is not reproductive nor productive by itself. Crossbreeding niggers mean taking so many drops of good white blood and putting them into as many nigger women as possible, varying the drops by the various tone that you want, and then letting them breed with each other until another cycle of color appears as you desire. What this means is this; Put the niggers and the horse in a breeding pot, mix some assess and some good white blood and what do you get? You got a multiplicity of colors of ass backward, unusual niggers, running, tied to a backward ass long headed mule, the one productive of itself, the other sterile. (The one constant, the other dying, we keep the nigger constant for we may replace the mules for another tool) both mule and nigger tied to each other, neither knowing where the other came from and neither productive for itself nor without each other.

Present: Interracial Marriage

Thou shalt betroth a wife, and another man shall lie with her. Deuteronomy 28:30

Control the Language

Crossbreeding completed, for further severance from their original beginning, we must completely annihilate the mother tongue of both the new nigger and the new mule and institute a new language that involves the new life’s work of both. You know language is a peculiar institution. It leads to the heart of the people. The more a foreigner knows about the language of another country the more he is able to move through all levels of that society. Therefore, if the foreigner is an enemy of the country, to the extent that he knows the body of the language, to that extent is the country vulnerable to attack or invasion of a foreign culture. For example, if you take a slave, if you teach him all about your language, he will know all your secrets, and he is then no more a slave, for you can’t fool him any longer. For example, if you told a slave that he must perform in getting out “our crops” and he knows the language well, he would know that “our crops” didn’t mean “our crops” and the slavery system would break down, for he would relate on the basis of what “our crops” really meant. So you have to be careful in setting up the new language for the slaves would soon be in your house, talking to you “man to man” and that is death to our economic system. In addition, the definitions of words or terms are only a minute part of the process. Values are created and transported by communication through the body of the language. A total society has a much-interconnected value system. All the values in the society have bridges of language to connect them for orderly working in society. But for these language bridges, these many value systems would sharply clash and cause internal strife or civil war, the degree of the conflict being determined by the magnitude of the issues or relative opposing strength in whatever form. For example, if you put a slave in a hog pen and train him to live there and incorporate in him to value it as a way of life completely, the biggest problem you would have out of him is that he would worry you about provisions to keep the hog pen clean, or the same hog pen and make a slip and incorporate something in his language whereby he comes to value a house more than he does his hog pen, you got a problem. He will soon be in your house.

Present: We lost our identity

And thou shalt become an astonishment, a proverb, and a byword, among all nations whither the LORD shall lead thee. Deuteronomy 28:37 The practice of, or a system based on, using the enforced labor of other people. Americas and throughout the world.

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What 400 years of slavery, rape, and murder have done to our people. 1619 1st Negro slaves shipped on slave ships and sold in Virginia 1789 Slaves counted as 3/5ths of a person 1830 Law created that made it a crime to teach Negros to read 1831 Nat Turner leads the slave revolt 1849 Harriet Tubman escapes from slavery. She becomes a primary conductor on the Underground Railroad. 1849 Dred Scott decision 1863 Emancipation Proclamation 1868 Negros made full citizens of the United States 1870 Jim Crow laws passed 1875 Congress passes the first Civil Rights Act, guaranteeing Negros equal rights in transportation, restaurants, theaters & on juries. The code was struck down in 1883. 1881 Booker T. Washington begins to work at the Tuskegee Institute 1890 Literacy test created to keep Negros from voting 1900 Lynching is a part of life 1919 Black communities attacked in riots 1921. Black wall street burned down 1947. Jackie Robinson plays baseball. 1954 Brown vs. Board of Education 1955. Emmett Till murdered 1955. Rosa Parks jail for not giving up her seat. 1956 Montgomery bus boycott ends in victory 1957. Integration rejected 1960 Lunch counter sit-in’s start 1963 Malcolm X speeches 1963 Martin Luther King Jr’s ‘I have a dream speech.’ 1968 Civil Rights Act 2008 First Black President of the U.S. – Barrack Obama.

First let me demystify the proverbial reference to race. I call it – “the powerful illusion.” For the theory of race to exist there has to be a superior race and inferior race for ideal of separation. The theory of race is a man made system of classification created to division among people to classify people into certain groups. Classifying humans into various racial groups including a selection process of what color fits into what category. Is it redundant to say the least, many have brought into the lie? Think about it can we as people draw any scholarship on race based on what one looks like. Race a group of humans which the populations has divided into group based on physical characteristics. Biologically speaking, traits are inherited non-concordantly through our ancestors, which means they are inherited independently. If we were to go on genetics alone there really isn’t a single genetic trait that distinguishes one race from another, even with various degrees of melanin in the skin.  Racism is an attitude aborted believing in a man made illusion. May a people that don’t know who they are they will believe, live, and thrive off of anything.

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Ye were sold to the nations, not for your destruction: but because ye moved God to wrath, ye were delivered unto the enemies. Baruch 4:6

What 400 years of slavery, rape, and murder has done to our people.

1619
1st Negro slaves shipped on slave ships and sold in Virginia
1789
Slaves counted as 3/5ths of a person
1830
Law created that made it a crime to teach Negros to read
1831
Nat Turner leads a slave revolt 
1849
Harriet Tubman escapes from slavery. She becomes a primary conductor on the Underground Railroad.
1849
Dred Scott decision
1863
Emancipation Proclamation
1868
Negros made full citizens of the United States
1870
Jim Crow laws passed
1875
Congress passes the first Civil Rights Act, guaranteeing Negros equal rights in transportation, restaurants, theaters & on juries. The code was struck down in 1883.
1881
Booker T. Washington begins to work at the Tuskegee Institute
1890
Literacy test created to keep Negros from voting
1900
Lynching is a part of life
1919
Black communities attacked in riots
1921
Black wall street burned down
1947
Jackie Robinson plays baseball
1954
Brown vs. Board of Education
1955
Emmett Till murdered
1955
Rosa Parks jail for not giving up her seat
1956
Montgomery bus boycott ends in victory
1957
Integration rejected
1960
Lunch counter sit-in’s start
1963
Malcolm X speeches
1963
Martin Luther King Jr’s ‘I have a dream speech.’
1968
Civil Rights Act
2008
First Black President of the U.S. – Barrack Obama
2018
The Isms

True Emanicipation from Mental Slavery will it ever be a reality among people of color? Only when we return to our Creator (The Most High) repent from all sins and keep his commandments in the bible.

Freedom Fighters

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Alexander Falconbridge, An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa (1788)

Dr. Falconbridge was a British surgeon who took part in four voyages in slave ships between 1780 and 1787. In time he became an abolitionist and in 1788 published An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa. In 1791 he was sent by the Anti-Slavery Society to Granville Town, Sierra Leone, a community of freed slaves, where he died a year later in 1792. He provided a European eye-witness account to the cruelty of capture, middle passage, an auction block. His work helped lead Britain to outlaw slavery. ..”During my stay on the coast of Africa, I was an eye-witness of the following transaction: a black trader invited a Negro, who resided a lit¬tle way up the country, to come and see him. After the entertainment was over, the trader proposed to his guest, to treat him with a sight of one of the ships lying in the river. The unsuspicious countryman read¬ily consented and accompanied the trader in a canoe to the side of the ship, which he viewed with pleasure and astonishment. While he was thus employed, some black traders on board, who appeared to be in secret, leaped into the canoe, seized the unfortunate man, and dragging him into the ship, immediately sold him.” I often wonder what my ancestors thought as they hung from the willow trees as the slave masters watched and took pictures with their dead corpses that pain still burns the eyes such an injustice to a nation. “Black” as a skin color was instituted during the “Black is Beautiful” campaign that swept the country in America in the 1960s by people calling themselves Blacks. Our skin is not “Black” – that is a color, not a nationality. Our skin is all Shades of brown in hue….Being called Black as in being called a nigger is a term of blaspheme against people of color. I am aware that most people associate themselves with “Black” so in this book I will call our people “black” for reference, my contribution to being politically correct. It is not light that illuminates dark, but it is the darkness that explains the light. I think that would like to promote or tell of the slavery that haunted America, but indeed the practice of slavery appeared in the Arabian lands as well, in some aspects even more brutal, like the Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds! — Marcus Garvey

Frederick Douglass

So they thought intelligence escaped the black man We didn’t have a voice to speak They often say a man that must stand strong In what he believes, you stood strong You were the embodiment of intelligence and strength Your talent made room for you and brought you before great man my brother

Was an African-American social reformer, abolitionist, orator, writer, and statesman. After escaping from slavery in Maryland, he became a national leader of the abolitionist movement in Massachusetts and New York, gaining note for his dazzling oratory and incisive antislavery writings. In his time, he was described by abolitionists as a living counter-example to slaveholders’ arguments that slaves lacked the intellectual capacity to function as independent American citizens. Northerners at the time found it hard to believe that such a great orator had once been a slave.

Harriet Tubman

I know your feet were tired, my sister Running the slaves to and fro The fear paralyzed you with every step But your courage pulled you through Your common goal Even after your time, when you voice became a whisper, and your feet no longer ran You are still remembered my sister

Was an American abolitionist, humanitarian, and an armed scout and spy for the United States Army during the American Civil War. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped and subsequently made some thirteen missions to rescue approximately seventy enslaved families and friends, using the network of antislavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. She later helped abolitionist John Brown recruit men for his raid on Harpers Ferry, and in the post-war era was an active participant in the struggle for women’s suffrage. >

Nat Turner

You’re the son of bravery Fed up with the master’s brutality You took that stand my brother And you will always be remembered in history – as the slave that did my brother

Was an enslaved African American who led a rebellion of slaves and free blacks in Southampton County, Virginia on August 21, 1831. The rebels went from plantation to plantation, gathering horses and guns, freeing other slaves along the way, and recruiting other blacks who wanted to join their revolt. During the rebellion, Virginia legislators targeted free blacks with a colonization bill, which allocated new funding to remove them, and a police bill that denied free blacks trials by jury and made any free blacks convicted of a crime subject to sale and relocation. The rebellion resulted in the deaths of 55 to 65 white people. Whites organized militias and called out regular troops to suppress the uprising. Besides, white militias and mobs attacked blacks in the area, killing an estimated 200, many of whom were not involved in the revolt.

Octavius Valentine Catto

Your intelligence mesmerized the world Your sportsmanship kept us entertained But most of all you fought the good fight. I commend you my brother

Was an Educator, intellectual Civil Rights Activist, from Philadelphia. He was an educator of all male students at the Institute for Colored Youth. Born free in Charleston, South Carolina, in a prominent mixed-race family, he moved north as a boy with his family. He became educated and served as a teacher, becoming active in civil rights. As a man, he also became known as a top cricket and baseball player in 19th-century Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He joined with Frederick Douglass and other black leaders to form a Recruitment Committee to sign up black men to fight for the Union and emancipation.

Sojourner Truth

Like most women of today, your beauty was scrutinized by the white man You will disrobe but you still stood your course You stood strong and got justice I salute you my sister

Was an African-American abolitionist and women’s rights activist. The truth was born into slavery in Swartekill, Ulster County, New York, but escaped with her infant daughter to freedom in 1826. After going to court to recover her son, in 1828 she became the first black woman to win such a case against a white man who forced her to bare her breasts in the middle of a public road to prove that she was a woman. References: Wikipedia

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.2 Chronicles 7:14 KJV

The MisEducation of the Negro

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1. Education
“I am afraid that the schools will prove the very gates of hell unless they diligently labor in explaining the Holy Scriptures and engraving them in the heart of the youth.” ― Martin Luther
Sending our children to the oppressors to educate them trained to hate them for 400 years. Symbolism to indoctrinate initiate them into a system that hates them by white supremacy construct has been built based on lies concerning our heritage.
2. Media
“Whoever controls the media, controls the mind” ― Jim Morrison
Television and other media outlets, magazines, etc. are controlled by the oppressors, it shapes what we think in society, what we should wear, and what we should believe on what is relevant and what isn‘t. (refer to my chapter on “The judgments of Beauty)
3. The Deception of “WHO WE ARE.”
But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light; 1 Peter 2:9 King James Version (KJV) Bible. We are a people without a conception of who we are as people. Our identity has been taking from us in the form of slavery. (Refer to my chapter on The Mystery Revealed)
4. Religion
Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, 2 Corinthians 6:17 KJV
Christianity and other Pagan Religions ( refer to dilemma 12) have kept us bound in philosophy and paganism which in return has given us the mindset of brainwashing us far from the truth.

The Historical Facts of the “So-called Blacks.”

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Through Genetic studies it has been proven that all humans are descends from a single Africa man. The first man “Adam” is the first man to walk the earth. We as a people are genetically superior on many levels just let the white man tell you.

The quest for “Adam” is the subject of a new television documentary that airs on the National Geographic Channel in the U.S. in 2005. National Geographic Society launched the Genographic Project, headed by Spencer Wells, A geneticist, adventurer, author, filmmaker, and historian—the man adds new dimension to the term multi-tasking—he is using the cutting-edge of technology to explore human history. In fact he discovered that Adam was indeed, a man of color, a black man.

What was our history?

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Black history according to the white race.. the so-called Negroes were brought to the Americas in 1619 forced to work as slaves on plantations until President Abraham Lincoln – “I do order and declare that all persons held as slaves within the designated states, and parts of states hence forward shall be free.” Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 which free the slaves but there were some bad ambiance stirring up in the southern part, so with that said, the southern states that passed Jim Crow laws for segregation. They hatred for the negro was pronounced then they organized what we call “ the civil rights movement” in the sixties. In 2008, history was made with a black man named Barack Obama who become the first black president of the United States. Now can we rejoice at the light through the sliver lining? Not yet. What do we really know about true black history? Who are we? Who were we prior to the e transatlantic slave trade in the 1600s . What was your nationality? What did we call yourselves? Some might say African well Africa is a continent and in theat continent there are over 47 different countries in it. Which one do you come from? What language did you speak prior to the 1600s was it English? There is over 1500 dialects spoken in Africa. Pick one. What clothing did you wear? Was it couture gowns or saris?  What did you eat? Schnitzels or Plantains? What religion did you partake of ? What it Islam or Catholicism?  Most of you have no ideas about the answers of these questions. You have no recollection of any history prior to the transatlantic slave trade. Now is that a coincidence or random chance? I don’t think so have you ever asked yourself why is it that in university that every time black history is mentioned it starts in the 1600s with slavery why is that? Why is it so committed to present black history solely on the last 400 years. Why is that? Because there is a paucity on historical data or maybe because there’s no history all prior to the 1600s. Maybe we just appeared out of thin air sporadically landed on slave ships and they said hey we got a new species here to import and export as slaves all around the world. The question what is the draw back on this history? Why does it keep being withheld? What the big idea about it? Why is it not being expounded on? Like 100 years prior to the 1600s? Why is that information not being revealed? What is the mysticism about it? Why hasn’t the mystery been revealed? What you come to realize is that your identity is the biggest kept secret on the planet. The elite powers-that-be  (that Satan works through to achieve his agenda) has spent billions of dollars in constructing an innumerable amount of psychological  strategies to assure that you never received or inquire this information from biblical scholars, historians, and archaeologists and they all know something that you don’t know and that’s your identity.

The youngest son of Noah is Ham, who was born probably about ninety-six years before the flood and one of 8 personal to live throughout the wave he became the progenitor of the dark races “ NOT the negroes but the Egyptians, Ethiopians, Libyans, and Canaanites. The Christian church and the pastors which are set up by the government all teach in unisons doctrine that all black people come from the seed of Ham. Once you open up literary sources that the biblical scholar utters something dissimilar from what is taught in orthodox Christianity. What the scholars are saying is that your not African they are 4 families that makeup Africans.

Egyptians Ethiopians Libyans Canaanites

For them to write this in a scholastic book or academic book, they have done extensive research on the so-called Negroes and the Africans.  George M. Fredervckson, Stanford professor, “The Black image in the White Mind” pg 74-77 In the 1840 Morgan collaborated with Gorge R. Gliddon, an Egyptologist who provided him with mummy head and information about the national significance of Egyptian tomb inscriptions. In Crania Aegyptiaca published in 1844, Morton pointed out that both cranial and archaeological evidence showed that Egyptians were not negroes.  He revealed that the negroes in slavery were not Africans. So they were Not the descendants of Ham. He also learned that the slaves in Egypt had the same skulls as the slaves in the Americas. We are the biblical Israelites that serve slavery in the land of Egypt.  We are the same exact people that the Most High sent Moses to Pharaoh on our behalf,  the same people The Most High parted the red sea for. Our slavery captivity is a central theme for our people. It happens all the way up until today.  Egyptians Syrians Babylonians 1 Chronicles 9:1 KJV. So all Israel were reckoned by genealogies and behold they were written in the book of the kings of Israel and Judah. Who were carried away to Babylon for our transgressions?

Persian Captivity

Ezra 9:9 KJV 1611 For we were bondmen: yet our God hath not forsaken us in our bondage but hat extended mercy unto us in the sight of the kings of Persia

Greek Captivity

1 Maccabees 8:18 KJV 1611 An to intreat them that they would take the yoke from them for they saw that the kingdom of the Grecians did oppress Israel with servitude.

Roman Captivity

Jeremiah 2:14 KJV 1611 Is Israel a servant? Is he a homeborn slave? Why is he spoiled?  The Negro is part of the twelve tribes of Israel.  How did we get to the west coast of Africa?

Luke 21:24 KJV 1611 Then let them which are in Judea flee to the mountains; and let them which are in the midst thereof depart out.

So when we saw the Romans coming in, so, we fled into the mountains into Africa.

Dr Rudolph R. Windsor in “ From Babylon to Timbuktu” pg 84

In the year 65 BC, the Roman armies under General Pompey captured Jerusalem. In 70 AD General Vespasian and his son Titus put an end to the Jewish state, with great slaughter… During the period from Pompey to Julius, it has estimated that over 1 million Jews fled into Africa fleeing from Roman persecution and slavery. The Slave markets are full of black Jewish slaves.   Upon getting to Africa, some of us fled to the southern part of Africa because the Romans had no power in South Africa since they were adamant about putting all of us to death.

Dr Joseph J. Williams in “Hebrwisms of West Africa” pg 227

Whatever may be thought of the more or less mythological traditions connected with the earliest Jews in North Africa it is now practically an established fact that the Jewish nation- Jewish at least in faith and perhaps too in origin long held say south of the Sahara.

Mark Avrum Ehrilich Professor of Judaic Studies  “ Encyclopedia of Jewish Diaspora: Origins, Experiences, and culture Volume 1”  pg 454

In later centuries Jews are believed to have settled in western Africa during the height of the Songhai, Mali, Ghana, and Kanem Bornu empire. According to accounts from explorers of the region, several powerful Jewish families of the Songhai empire were of Jewish origin. Some reports place west African Jewish communities in the Ondo forest of Dahomei south of Timbuktu in the 1930s these groups still maintained a Torah scroll a written in Aramaic that had been burned into parchment with a hot iron instead of ink so it could not be changed.  In the 1930s the explorers still find Israelites over there that didn’t get captured in the slave trade still practicing the Hebrew faith.

Mark Avrum Ehrlich, Professor of Judaic Studies, “Encyclopedia of Jewish Diaspora: Origins, Experience, and Culture Volume 1 pg 454

The decline of the Jewish communities and empires of the west Africa Maghreb most likely began with the influx of Arabian invaders into North Africa starting in 640 CE and later into West Africa in the 1300s and 1400 C.E.  After we had established communities (we were business owners, judges etcetera) on the western part of Africa  during the time the Arabs infiltrated Africa who introduced the Koran with one hand and a sword in the other while forcing the conversion into the religion of Islam and that was the beginning of what we know as the transatlantic slave trade. Joel 3:4 KJV 1611 Yea and what have you to do with me O Tyre and Zidon, and all of the coast of Palestine. So it’s a fact that the Grecians got together with the Africans both buyers (Europeans) and the seller (Africans) saw the people traded into captivity on the African Coast as outsiders. We looked like them, but we were outsiders they knew we had different customs then them, so the Africans commenced in a slave trade with the Europeans. Did you ever think – Africans selling other Africans. It has always been put in the textbooks. This is preposterous, to say the least. In actuality, Africans sold Israelites.

Tudo Parfitt, Professor of Modern Jewish Studies, “ Black Jews in Africa and the America” pg 111

Both oral and written explanations trace the origin of the Igbo and the most tantalizing… Is the association of the Igbo to the Hebrew race. This assumption is based on the fact that Igbo culture has many similar traditional customs like that of the jews similar customs are observed in marriage negotiations, childbirth, and circumcision, restitution, attitude to totem animals and taboos, as well as hospitality to others especially to a stranger, etc. The Igbo are therefore said to be the split and lost the group of tribe of Israel that refused to wander further north-east with Moses but preferred going down southward.  The Scholars have done their research on the Igbo Tribe.

Professor David Eltis and Professor Darren Richarson in “Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Tride” pg 127

The British were the primary buyers before they banned their own slave traffic in 1807. They were replaced by the Portuguese and Spanish for as long as the truck continued here. The majority of the captives were speakers of 16130 Dialects. The last several decades have seen the emergence of a remarkable phenomenon: a Jewish “rebirth” that is occurring throughout Africa. A variety of different ethnic groups proclaim that they are returning to long-forgotten Jewish roots, and African clans trace their lineage to the Lost Tribes of Israel. Africans have encountered Jewish myths and traditions in multiple forms and various ways. The context and circumstances of these encounters have gradually led, within some African societies, to the elaboration of a new Jewish identity connected with that of the Diaspora. The different groups of Black Jews in western, central, eastern, and southern Africa and how they have used and imagined their oral history and traditional customs to construct a distinct Jewish identity. This Africans have interacted with the ancient mythological sub-strata of both western and African ideas of Judaism. Their lives identify and assess colonial influences and their internalization by African societies in the shaping of new African religious identities. There is definitely an absence of recorded African history, the eminently malleable accounts of Jewish lineage developed by African groups co-exist with the possible historical traces of a Jewish presence in Africa. The trend towards Judaism in Africa at large, and exploring, too, the interdisciplinary concepts of “metaphorical Diaspora,” global and transnational identities, and colonization. Some of these groups include Lemba, Igbo, and the Ashanti tribes in Africa.


Misconceptions and Fallacies: 


It comes down to this: black people were stripped of our identities when we were brought here, and it’s been a quest since then to define who we are. —Spike Lee Every nation has its hypothetically offensive stereotypes. Black people are lazy. The blonde woman is dumb. White women are the standard of beauty. All Asians know martial arts. All Africans are poor. Most Latinos are illegal immigrants. The media, slavery, and society are all to blame for enabling such negative stereotypes imposed on people of color. True there are always bad apples in the bunch, but there are also amicable within our community. Here are some misconceptions and fallacies presented by the general public. Brown women are loud.

All brown men leave their families Brown men can’t be faithful Brown women are ugly Light skin is better than dark Black people make everything about race All brown people look alike Brown people are lazy All brown people live in the hood All brown people are on welfare Black men sleep around Black women have a lot of children and depend on welfare to take care of them

The various trials and tribulations that most, if not all brown people endure can be heart-wrenching, to say the least. We have suffered injustice, racism, torture, and witnessed the death of many of our people. But we must consider that it was all at the hands of the Most High God of Israel. It was prophesied by the only book that holds the keys to life, the life of my people. We went into captivity because of our disobedience towards the Most High.

And the LORD shall bring thee into Egypt again with ships, by the way whereof I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again: and there ye shall be sold unto your enemies for bondmen and bondwomen, and no man shall buy you. Deuteronomy Chapter 28 : 68 KJV
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So now we are free of slavery? Everyone has their 40 acres and a mule? Will there be justice for our people? Will we continue to walk on glass or eggshells. Will the stereotypes fall by the wayside side?

Photo Credit: Kwame Akoto-Bamfo, Nkyinkim. Courtesy of the Equal Justice Initiative.
It’s somewhat self-serving to claim that “white people” ended legal chattel slavery in the United States (much less ended chattel slavery, period), given that the overwhelming majority of blacks in the U.S. that could not vote could not run for political office, and in every other way conceivable, were excluded from institutional power. Moreover, even as some white people were laboring to put an end to slavery, many others were fighting to preserve it. Slavery was eliminated in America via the efforts of people of various ethnicities, including Caucasians, who took up the banner of the abolitionist movement. Their efforts brought the change needed. The names of the white leaders of that movement tend to be better known than those of the black leaders, among whom were Frederick Douglass, Dred Scott, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Nat Turner, and many others. When Congress passed (and the states ratified) the 13th Amendment in 1865, it was the culmination of many years of work by that multi-racial movement. reference: www.snopes.com/fact-check/facts-about-slavery/

Although there were people that ended slavery, it was the Most High that showed compassion, as the slaves cried out in great agony to Him, and He ended what we know as chattel slavery. Deuteronomy Chapter 28 in the Holy Bible speaks of the coming slavery that our people endured for centuries.

The screams, the tears, the broken flesh torn in half between two horses as they running with fury down the road. The swollen eyes of the slave women that just saw her husband sodomized by another man and then torn in half by that same evil that is referred to as “Breaking the Buck.”

Buck [buk] n (plural bucks) male animal: a male animal of some species, including the antelope, deer, goat, kangaroo, and rabbit

Such brutality as the slave owners force intercourse with the black male slaves against their will such behavior was known as “Breaking the Buck” -which contributed to the effeminate nature of the black man. To break the spirit of the black man, his wife, and their children as they watched terrified. Could you imagine what our brothers went through psychologically in these instances? In those days, the male slaves were purchased based entirely on the prerequisite of them possessing a large penis. Black men were routinely raped by their gay slave owners for an audience as they engaged in forced homosexual sex acts. This sick act involved a strapping Negro slave, who was insubordinate, was beaten with a whip till bloody in front of his entire slave congregation. The slave owner would cut down a tree and, with the help of the overseer, would then pummel the insubordinate “buck” into submission. Once the slave was worn down, the master had the other Negro slaves force him over the tree stump where his britches would be removed, and he laid fully exposed buttocks, he would remove his own clothing and proceeded to savagely sodomize the buck in front his wife, family, friends, and children. For his plan to take effect, he would require the buck’s male child to watch, front row center, so he too can witness his father’s sexual demise and humiliation. Buck Breaking was the slave master’s very successful tool to keep all young black slaves from ever being disobedient and taking retaliation for their evil deeds. It also frightened the mother’s and wives from ever giving consent to an uprising. Buck Breaking was so successful that it was made into a “Sex Farm” where slave master could travel from plantation to plantation feeding their cold-hearted, sodomite homosexual needs. The modern-day ritual “Sagging of the pants.” Sagging of the pants started in slavery, when the homosexual slave master would rape a black slave, it’s called buck breaking, so they mad the man wear their pants below your waist so the other homosexual slave owners would know you already been broken in & they didn’t have underwear so the bare ass would hang out.
The Raping of Black women
The productiveness of producing babies the enslaved women were scrutinized by the slave masters to make sure they were able to birth as many children as possible. Secretly, slave owners would impregnate enslaved women, and when the child was born and grew to an age where he could work on the fields, they would take their offspring and have them work as slaves. As noted in the National Humanities Center Resource Toolbox on Slaveholders’ Sexual Abuse of Slaves. It was common for the slave to have subservience to their masters; even male slaves were forced to be subservience to their masters as well. It was part of the enslaved man’s function as a “vivacious apparatus,” an apparatus mechanism of gratification. When enslaved males turned 15 years old–and younger in some cases–they had their first inspection. Boys who were under-developed, had their testicles castrated and sent to the market or used on the farm.
Each enslaved male was expected to get 12 females pregnant a year. The men were used for breeding for five years. One enslaved man name Burt produced more than 200 offspring, according to the Slave Narratives. To combat the high rate of death among the enslaved, plantation owners demanded females start having children at 13. By 20, the enslaved women would be expected to have four or five children. As an inducement, plantation owners promised freedom for enslaved female once she bore 15 children, according to Slavery in the United States by John Simkin. If the enslaved woman were considered “beautiful,” with light skin she would be bought by a plantation owner and given special treatment in the house, being identified as a house slave , but often subjected to horrifying cruelty by the master’s wife, including the beheading of a child because he was the product of an enslaved-master affair. Which is absolutely ludicrous since the mating was to repopulate the slaves for more free labor. Often, the plantation owner would entertain his friends by forcing the enslaved Blacks to have orgies–multiple pairings having sex in front of them. And the white men often would participate in the debauchery. Plenty of colored women have children by white men. She knows better than to not do what he said. Didn’t have much of that until the men from South Carolina come up here [North Carolina] and settle and bring slaves. Then they take them very same children that have their own blood and make slaves out of them. If the Missus find out she raise the revolution. But she hardly finds out. The white men not going to tell, and the nigger women were always afraid to. So they just go on hopin’ that thing[s] won’t be that way forever.

W. L. BOST, enslaved in North Carolina, interviewed 1937 [WPA Slave Narrative Project] „

The slave traders would buy young and able farm men and well developed young girls with the exquisite physique to barter and sell. They would bring them to the taverns where there would be the buyers and traders, display them and offer them for sale. At one of these gatherings a colored girl, a mulatto of exceptional stature and good looks, was put on sale. She was of high spirits and determined disposition. At night she was taken by the trader to his room to satisfy his bestial nature. She could not be coerced or forced, so she was attacked by him. In the struggle, she grabbed a knife and with it, she sterilized him, and from the result of injury, he died the next day. She was charged with murder. Gen. Butler, hearing of it, sent troops to Charles County [Maryland] to protect her, they brought her to Baltimore, later she was taken to Washington where she was set free. . . This attack was the result of being good-looking, for which many a poor girl in Charles County paid the price. There are several cases I could mention, but they are distasteful to me. . . . There was a doctor in the neighborhood who bought a girl and installed her on the place for his own use, his wife heard it severely beat her. One day her little child was playing in the yard. It fell head down in a post hole filled with water and drowned. His wife left him; afterward, she said it was an affliction put on her husband for his sins. Let me explain to you very plain without prejudice one way or the other, I have had many opportunities, a chance to watch white men and women in my long career, colored women have many hard battles to fight to protect themselves from assault by employers, white male servants or by white men, many times not being able to protect [themselves], in fear of losing their positions. Then, on the other hand, they were subjected to many impositions by the women of the household through woman’s jealousy.

RICHARD MACKS, enslaved in Maryland, interviewed 1937 [WPA Slave Narrative Project]

Eating crème Brulee while sipping on a cup of Mariage Frères tea.
It has been a long day in Paris, especially after that eight-hour photo shoot but instead of retreating to my bed for some much-needed rest, I opted for yet another stimuli – The Opera. A night of living vicariously through the character of Madame Butterfly, her unfortunate predicament, beauty, her romantic love, and sorrow echo eternally in my ears over the next 3 hours. On this warm evening after attending the Opera, I excused myself from my entourage, then venture into an exquisite bar at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, where I am residing for a week. My anticipation of indulging in the crackling sensation of the sugary top of crème Brulee has gripped my taste buds ravenously. It had been there may be only 5 minutes since I devoured the last scoop of crème Brulee when a tall, dark, and handsome stranger approached me.
Smiling he approaches me.
 Gentleman: Vous êtes la plus belle femme du monde
Me: Merci
Gentlemen: Can I buy you a drink?
Me: (pointing to my tea) Thank you but I already have a drink.
Gentleman: Can I have a seat?
Me: Yes
He sits down across from me and places a book on the table. His cell phone rings. He answers it.
Gentleman: I must be going. It has been a pleasure meeting you.
He hands me his business card then kisses my hand.
Me: Au revoir
Gentleman: Bonne Nuit plus belle dame

I smiled. He smiles and walks away. I noticed he left his book behind. I pick it up and read the title “The Devil’s Punchbowl” Later that night I began to read it… while drifting into a deep sleep.

During the civil war, over 20 thousand freed negro slaves were placed into a mass grave in 1860 in Natchez Mississippi, a concentration camp. The male slaves were captured to work while the female slaves were left in 3 punch bowl prisons were they were left for dead in a massive grave. I can hear their cries and screams, their blood cries out in the wild…… (Dreamin)

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They pulled the slaves in shackles back and forth. You could hear the chains hitting the ground. The aroma of urine and defecation was every present in their nostrils. You could listen to the yells, the cries as the whips grazed their sun-kissed skin. With no help in sight, they followed their masters to their demise. Would they be one of the lucky ones to make it through or would they resemble the dead bodies covered in flies that they had to step over?

Female Slave # 1: (crying) I miss my family what happened to them I wonder.

Male Slave # 1: Sssh, they will hear you and kill you. We are stopping be quiet.
Later
The captive people, by way of slave ships, are poked and bound by chains as they are lead to an auction block where they will be sold to the highest bidder.
The Auction block of Natchez Mississippi
Slave: (thoughts) who are these people will they kill me? Announcer: Bid them up, Bid them up. She an active child bearer can work in the fields.
Slave owner: I will take her.
Announcer: Sold to Mr. Jackson of Tupelo, Mississippi.
The on the slaughter of thousands of Negro Slaves as they were placed into the concentration camps at the “Devil’s Punchbowl” still rings in my ears daily. The cries of my ancestors “The Slaves” I woke up in horror as the sweat poured down my checks realizing its only a dream.
Could you imagine the blood that is calling out from the cotton… The blood that is calling out from the devil’s punchbowl… The blood that is calling out from the trees… The blood that is calling out from the ground… The blood that is calling out from America… And the blood that screams in the ocean of those that died during the middle passage….
Operation Code Name: WAKEUP THE SLAVE
As indicated by the educational systems of this world, the Negroes were brought to the Americas by slave ships in 1619 were beaten, raped, murdered and forced to work as slaves on plantations for 400 + years with poor living conditions, no rights or pay. They cried. They prayed. They obeyed. The cries of the slaves were heard by our God, so he raised up – President Abraham Lincoln – who signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, which freed the slaves. This action pissed off the white nationalists that felt compelled to ensure that we were still enslaved to the system. They passed the Jim Crow laws for segregation. Then later that was demolished by the civil rights movement in the sixties. We became “Black and Proud” Then in 2008, a black senator from Chicago “Barack Obama” became the first black president of the United States. Did anything really change? WHO DO THEY SAY WE ARE? And thou shalt become an astonishment, a proverb, and a byword, among all nations whither the Lord shall lead thee. Deuteronomy 28:37 NIGGERS * SPICS *COONS * DARKIES * BLACK * UGLY * MULATTOS *FEEBLE MINDED * UNFIT * IMBECILES * IMMORAL * CRIMINAL * CATTLE * SLAVES NEGROES * AFRO THIS OR THAT *MONKIES * SAVAGES * COLORED *JUNGLE BUNNIES * DIRT *JIGABOOS * ANIMALS *WET BACKS * SPOOKS *SAMBOO * ASIATIC BLACK MIXED * BIRACIAL* MULTIRACIAL * BURNT And so forth… Code words used to establish slavery. We exist under the myriad complexities of slavery even today.
1619-1834 Slaves 1834-1892 Coons/Colored 1892-1934 Niggers/Niggas 1934-1970 Boy/Africans 1970-1983 Afro Americans 1983-2002 Black Americans 2002-2016 African Americans
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Ephesians 6:12 KJV
My Discourse about “Blackness” Our Social Death. The good. The bad .. And the ugly!!
First, let me demystify the proverbial reference to race. I call it – “the powerful illusion.” For the theory of race to exist, there has to be a superior race and inferior race for the ideal of separation. The method of race is a man-made system of classification created to division among people to classify people into specific groups. Organizing humans into various racial groups, including a selection process of what color fits into what category. Is it redundant to say the least, many have brought into the lie? Think about it can we as people draw any scholarship on race based on what one looks like. Race a group of humans which the populations have divided into a group based on physical characteristics. Biologically speaking, traits are inherited non-concordantly through our ancestors, which means they are inherited independently. If we were to go on genetics alone, there really isn’t a single genetic trait that distinguishes one race from another, even with varying degrees of melanin in the skin. Racism is an aborted attitude believing in a man made the illusion. May a people that don’t know who they are they will accept, live, and thrive off of anything. Ye was sold to the nations, not for your destruction: but because ye moved God to wrath, ye were delivered unto the enemies. Baruch 4:6

Though Genetic studies, it has proven that all humans are descended from a single Africa man. The first man, “Adam” is the first man to walk the earth. We, as a people are genetically superior on many levels, just let the white man tell you. The quest for “Adam” is the subject of a new television documentary that airs on the National Geographic Channel in the U.S. in 2005. National Geographic Society launched the Genographic Project, headed by Spencer Wells, A geneticist, adventurer, author, filmmaker, and historian—the man adds a new dimension to the term multi-tasking—he is using the cutting-edge of technology to explore human history.

What is our history? Black history according to the white man. The Negroes were brought to the Americas in 1619 forced to work as slaves on plantations until President Abraham Lincoln – “I do order and declare that all persons held as slaves within the designated states, and parts of states hence forward shall be free.” Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 which free the slaves but there were some bad ambiance stirring up in the southern part, so with that said, the southern states that passed Jim Crow laws for segregation. They hatred for the negro was pronounced then they organized what we call “ the civil rights movement” in the sixties. In 2008, history was made with a black man named Barack Obama who become the first black president of the United States. Now can we rejoice at the light through the sliver lining? Not yet. What do we really know about true black history? Who are we? Who were we prior to the e transatlantic slave trade in the 1600s . What was your nationality? What did we call yourselves? Some might say African well Africa is a continent and in theat continent there are over 47 different countries in it. Which one do you come from? What language did you speak prior to the 1600s was it English? There is over 1500 dialects spoken in Africa. Pick one. What clothing did you wear? Was it couture gowns or saris? What did you eat? Schnitzels or Plantains? What religion did you partake of ? What it Islam or Catholicism? Most of you have no ideas about the answers of these questions. You have no recollection of any history prior to the transatlantic slave trade. Now is that a coincidence or random chance? I don’t think so have you ever asked yourself why is it that in university that every time black history is mentioned it starts in the 1600s with slavery why is that? Why is it so committed to present black history solely on the last 400 years. Why is that? Because there is a paucity on historical data or maybe because there’s no history all prior to the 1600s. Maybe we just appeared out of thin air sporadically landed on slave ships and they said hey we got a new species here to import and export as slaves all around the world. The question what is the draw back on this history? Why does it keep being withheld? What the big idea about it? Why is it not being expounded on? Like 100 years prior to the 1600s? Why is that information not being revealed? What is the mysticism about it? Why hasn’t the mystery been revealed? What you come to realize is that your identity is the biggest kept secret on the planet. The elite powers-that-be (that Satan works through to achieve his agenda) has spent billions of dollars in constructing an innumerable amount of psychological strategies to assure that you never received or inquire this information from biblical scholars, historians, and archaeologists and they all know something that you don’t know and that’s your identity.

The youngest son of Noah is Ham, who was born probably about ninety-six years before the flood and one of 8 personal to live throughout the wave he became the progenitor of the dark races “ NOT the negroes but the Egyptians, Ethiopians, Libyans, and Canaanites. The Christian church and the pastors which are set up by the government all teach in unisons doctrine that all black people come from the seed of Ham. Once you open up literary sources that the biblical scholar utters something dissimilar from what is taught in orthodox Christianity. What the scholars are saying is that your not African they are 4 families that makeup Africans. Egyptians Ethiopians Libyans Canaanites For them to write this in a scholastic book or academic book they have done extensive research on the so-called Negroes and the Africans. George M. Fredervckson, Stanford professor, “The Black image in the White Mind” pg 74-77 In the 1840 Morgan collaborated with Gorge R. Gliddon, an Egyptologist who provided him with mummy head and information about racial significance of Egyptian tomb inscriptions. In Crania Aegyptiaca published in 1844, Morton pointed out that both cranial and archaeological evidence showed that Egyptians were not negroes. He revealed that the negroes in slavery were not Africans. So they were Not the descendants of Ham. He also learned that the slaves in Egypt had the same skulls as the slaves in the Americas. We are the biblical Israelites that serve slavery in the land of Egypt. We are the same exact people that the Most High sent Moses to Pharaoh on our behalf, the same people The Most High parted the red sea for. Our slavery captivity is a central theme for our people. It happens all the way up until today. Egyptians Syrians Babylonians 1 Chronicle 9:1 KJV. So all Israel were reckoned by genealogies and behold they were written in the book of the kings of Israel and Judah. Who were carried away to Babylon for our transgressions?

Persian Captivity Exra 9:9 KJV 1611 For we were bondmen: yet our God hath not forsaken us in our bondage but hat extended mercy unto us in the sigh of the kings of Persia

Greek Captivity 1 Maccabees 8:18 KJV 1611 An to intreat them that they would take the yoke from them for they saw that the kingdom of the Grecians did oppress Israel with servitude. Roman Captivity Jeremiah 2:14 KJV 1611 Is Israel, a servant? Is he a homeborn slave? Why is he spoiled?

The Negro is part of the twelve tribes of Israel

How did we get to the west coast of Africa? Luke 21:24 KJV 1611 Then let them which are in Judea flee to the mountains, and let them which are in the midst thereof depart out. So when we saw the Romans coming in, so, we fled into the mountains into Africa.

Dr Rudolph R. Windsor in “ From Babylon to Timbuktu” pg 84 In the year 65 BC the Roman armies under General Pompey captured Jerusalem. In 70 AD General Vespasian and his son Titus put an end to the Jewish state, with great slaughter… During the period from Pompey to Julius it has estimated that over 1 million Jews fled into Africa fleeing from Roman persecution and slavery. The Slave markets are full of black Jewish slaves.

Upon getting to Africa, some of us fled to the southern part of Africa because the Romans had no power in South Africa since they were adamant about putting all of us to death. Dr. Joseph J. Williams in “Hebrewisms of West Africa” pg 227 Whatever may be thought of the more or less mythological traditions connected with the earliest Jews in North Africa it is now practically an established fact that a Jewish nation- Jewish at least in faith and perhaps too in origin long held say south of the Sahara.

Mark Avrum Ehrilich Professor of Judaic Studies “ Encyclopedia of Jewish Diaspora: Origins, Experiences, and culture Volume 1” pg 454 In later centuries Jews are beleved to have settled in western Africa during the height of the Songhai, Mali, Ghana, and Kanem Bornu empire. According to accounts from explorers of the region, several powerful Jewish families of the Songhai empire were of Jewish origin. Some accounts place west African jewish communities in the Ondo forest of Dahomei south of Timbuktu in the 1930s these groups still maintained a torah scroll a written in Aramaic that had been burned into parchment with a hot iron instead of ink so it could not be changed.

In the 1930s the explorers still find Israelites over there that didn’t get captured in the slave trade still practicing the Hebrew faith. Mark Avrum Ehrlich, Professor of Judaic Studies, “Encyclopedia of Jewish Diaspora: Origins, Experience, and Culture Volume 1 pg 454 The decline of the Jewish communities and empires of the west Africa Maghreb most likely began with the influx of Arabian invaders into North Africa starting in 640 CE and later into West Africa in the 1300s and 1400 C.E. After we had established communities (we were business owners, judges etcetera) on the western part of Africa during the time the Arabs infiltrated Africa who introduced the Koran with one hand and a sword in the other while forcing the conversion into the religion of Islam and that was the beginning of what we know as the transatlantic slave trade. Joel 3:4 KJV 1611 Yea and what have you to do with me O Tyre and Zidon, and all of the coast of Palestine. So it’s a fact that the Grecians got together with the Africans both buyers (Europeans) and the seller (Africans) saw the people traded into captivity on the African Coast as outsiders. We looked like them, but we were outsiders they knew we had different customs then them, so the Africans commenced in a slave trade with the Europeans. Did you ever think – Africans selling other Africans. It has always been put in the textbooks; this is preposterous, to say the least. In actuality, Africans sold Israelites.

Tudo Parfitt, Professor of Modern Jewish Studies, “ Black Jews in Africa and the America” pg 111 There are both oral and written explanations that trace the origin of the Igbo and the most tantalizing.. Is the associaton of the Igbo to the Hebrew race. This assumption is based on fact that Igbo culture has many similar traditional customs like that of the jews similar customs are observed in marriage negotations, bhildbirth and circumcision, restitution, attitude to totem animals and taboos, as well as hospitality to others especially to stranger ect. The Idgo are therefore said to be the split and lost group of tribe of Israel that refused to wander further north-east with Moses but preferred going down south-ward.

The Scholars have done their research on the Igbo Tribe Professor David Eltis and Professor Darren Richarson in “Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade” pg 127 The British were the primary buyers before they banned their own slave traffic in 1807. They were replaced by the Portuguese and Spanish for as long as the traffic continued here. The majority of the captives were speakers of 16130 Dialects. The last several decades have seen the emergence of a remarkable phenomenon: a Jewish “rebirth” that is occurring throughout Africa. A variety of different ethnic groups proclaim that they are returning to long-forgotten Jewish roots, and African clans trace their lineage to the Lost Tribes of Israel. Africans have encountered Jewish myths and traditions in multiple forms and various ways. The context and circumstances of these encounters have gradually led, within some African societies, to the elaboration of a new Jewish identity connected with that of the Diaspora. The different groups of Black Jews in western, central, eastern, and southern Africa and how they have used and imagined their oral history and traditional customs to construct a distinct Jewish identity. This Africans have interacted with the ancient mythological sub-strata of both western and African ideas of Judaism. Their lives identify and assess colonial influences and their internalization by African societies in the shaping of new African religious identities. There is definitely an absence of recorded African history, the eminently malleable accounts of Jewish lineage developed by African groups co-exist with the possible historical traces of a Jewish presence in Africa. The trend towards Judaism in Africa at large, and exploring, too, the interdisciplinary concepts of “metaphorical Diaspora,” global and transnational identities, and colonization. Some of these groups include Lemba, Igbo, and the Ashanti tribes in Africa.

Dr. Yehoshua Ben Ephraim, Genealogy Reckoned (1 Chronicles 9:1) “The African Lemba are mostly of Haplotype E1B1A (and I’ve presented visual, DNA proof of this). Apparently, When they were tested, Their DNA contained a marker that is labelled The CMH (Cohen Modal Haplotype) which supposedly indicates that they are Hebrews that descended from the Tribe of Levi, or The Priestly Tribe of Aaron (Moses’ brother). These fake so-called “Jews” I believe have lied and tried to attach themselves and their J1 Haplotype to this “CMH” Marker and saying that the Lemba must have mixed with Haplotype J1 to possess this marker. Here’s the major problem with this pile of horse manure though….The “African’ Lemba possesses the highest percentage of this marker more than any race on the planet! And further their claim is that there are a very small percentage of Ashkenazi , Shepardic and Khazarian “Jews” that have some CMH in their DNA, Again, How is this, If The Lemba allegedly MUST have mixed with Haplotype J1 to have this CMH???! That doesn’t even make logical sense much less Genetic sense. Common sense would indicate that Haplotype J1 would have the higher % of this CMH than The Lemba if that Haplotype was truly the originator of the CMH Marker. Their Cohanim Marker would be found there in Haplogroup “E”, not in Haplogroup “J”…I also don’t believe any of The Lemba tested positive for Haplogroup J1 at all, and if they did, it most certainly wasn’t by the percentage being claimed on them. Just look at them and you see mostly all negro not a bunch of mullattos or “mixed blood” in that tribe. They’ve tried to attach The Cohanim to Haplogroup J1 because it gives their false and blatant claims of being Levites some credence! But it’s a bunch of bull crap, is what it is! Our brothers in the South are being used unwillingly and unknowingly as pawns to help push forward the wicked agenda of Edom!!! Haplogroup J came from IJK and then separated. There’s a huge contradiction on Wikipedia if you look up Haplogroup IJ. Haplogroup I is 20-30000 yrs old and J is 49,000 years old(huh???). I comes before J so how can J be older? Not only that, I is classified as European but J Middle-Eastern? I know it says Caucasus too but those scientists consider it part of Eurasia smh. If I originated in Europe, then so did J because they were considered Haplogroup IJ. It’s the same bull they tried to pull with Haplogroup DE before the spit between the Black Man and the Black Asian. View all of the attached DNA evidence for Haplogroup J (J1) and you all will see as plain as day, the people from this Haplogroup are of European origin, and were nowhere near North East Africa.”

Why did we go into Slavery?

Exodus 24:7 KJV 1611 And it shall come to pass when thou shalt shew these people all these words and they shall say unto thee wherefore hath the lord pronounced al this great evil against us? Or what is our iniquity? Or what is our sin that we have committed against the Lord our God? Then shalt thou say unto them. Because your fathers have forsaken me, said the lord, and have walked after other Gods and have served them, and have worshipped them, and have forsaken me, and have not kept the law. We broke our blood covenant with the Most High God. “Servants, obey in all things your masters according to the flesh; not with eyeservice, as men-pleasers; but in singleness of heart, fearing God:” Colossians 3:22 One of the most disturbing aspects of slavery was the poor treatment of the black slaves. The Church leaders of that time took brutality to an all-time high. They used the bible to justified there torture, beatings, rape, sodomy, and feeding our children to alligators. They took our manuscript and used it against us. The concept of slavery is abominable and detestable. Slavery is now eradicated, but the effects are still birthing babies. We must return to the Most High and repent. We are the children of the bible and whether you are Israel or not REPENT!


The answer is to repent of your sins, seek the Most High God of Israel, and keep His commandments.

“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.” Ecclesiastes 12:13 KJV

E1B1A (Genetic Code of the Chosen)

My interview with Dr. Yehoshua Ben Ephraim
1. Tell me a little about yourself, your background?
Originally from Charleston, South Carolina. I am educated, self-taught, and very well-read. Very versed in many different subjects, to include but not limited to theology, philosophy, psychology, human behavior, astrology, etc….Academically I possess an Associates, Bachelors and Master’s Degree from an accredited University and my Honorary Doctorate is indicative of my profound knowledge In the areas of theology and genetics. Anyone who possesses in-depth knowledge in any particular area is considered a scholar, expert in that field (s) and worthy of the title Doctor.
2. What inspired you to do such an intense research on the lineage of the Chosen people?
First and foremost discovering who I am and what Nation my people and I came from in Africa. Black people in America or so-called “African Americans” are the only race of people who, for the most part, do not know which Nation in Africa they came from. The term “African American” is not accurate or appropriate to describe us because Africa is a continent, not a Nation; The dark races who inhabit the continent of Africa are known by their respective Nations. For example, Ethiopia, Egypt, Libya are all located In Africa, but the people are called and identified by which Nation they come from. (Ethiopians, Egyptians, Libyans). That being said, Negroes are from a Nation in Africa as well, and I was able to genetically show and prove that our ancestors dwelled in North East Africa, The area known today as “The Middle East” and more specifically, present-day Israel. Our true Nationality is that of Israelites, not “Africans.”
3. What is the Haplogroup that belongs to the 12 tribes of Israel?
I’ve discovered and uncovered the Haplogroup of the 12 Tribes are Haplogroup “E.” The Y-DNA Haplotype of Jacob (The father of 12 sons who represent the 12 Tribes of Israel.) E1B1A based first, on the scriptural belief that Deuteronomy 28:68 is the prophecy that spoke of the true Israelites going back into slavery “By way of ships. ” Along with every other prophecy in the Book of Deuteronomy that clearly only fits one “race” of people, which would be our people, the Negroes, referred to as “African American” In America, but our people were dropped off all over the Trans-Atlantic, the Caribbean and South America. There are remnants of our people in Africa (mostly West in Nigeria and South Africa) Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Brazil, Haiti and literally scattered throughout just about every Nation there is throughout the 4 corners of the earth, This was prophesied as well. Once I identified the slaves on those ships, then it was a matter of myself taking a DNA Test to determine which Haplogroup I belonged, and then discover the Haplogroup (s) of the slaves that were mostly on those ships. The results were that 80-99% of the slaves on those ships mainly were Yorubans and Igbo Nigerians who possessed The E1B1A Y-DNA Haplotype. After that, it was a matter of coming to the only logical conclusion, if the belief is that Deuteronomy 28:68 was talking about and identifying our people as the “Lost Israelites.”
The Y-DNA Haplotype of most of those slaves were E1B1A, well that can only mean that they all came from one of Jacob’s 12 sons who also had to have possessed the E1B1A Y-DNA Haplotype, and they clearly got it from Jacob. In genetics, a father passes his Y-Chromosome to his male child, unchanged. This is how and why we don’t actually need a DNA sample of Jacob or Isaac to come to this conclusion. The CHOSEN the 12 Tribes of Israel according to the bloodline. Israel: Genealogy Reckoned (1 Chronicle 9:1) What part of, If someone is not from the seed (i.e., Bloodline/Y-DNA Haplotype) of Jacob, they are NOT an Israelite is people not understanding? That’s how you know all these other different races of people are NOT Hebrew Israelites. Jacob (A Negro) was one man with one Y-Chromosome (E1B1A.) He passed to all 12 of His sons (all negroes), and the descendants of those 12 sons (all negroes) are scattered all over the earth today. The only way to pick them out of all these Nations we’re scattered into is by our DNA that proves we are from the seed of Jacob. Any crockpot and off-brand can claim to be an Israelite, Any culture vulture can claim to be an Israelite, Any so-called “Black Person” who looks like a Negro can believe they are an Israelite, But none of that makes it accurate! If you don’t have the Y-DNA Haplotype of Jacob (E1B1A) and can’t reckon/Establish/Prove That as per 1 Chronicle 9:1?) If you are not a child of Israel, that doesn’t mean you can’t sojourn with us. Please, once and for all stop the madness of trying to include all these different races of people that are nowhere near being Genetic Israelites. I swear, our own people have done a severe brainwashing job on many of you. I pray that you all snap out of this madness and come from that! Some of These so-called Hebrew Camps have done way more harm than good to our people!
4. What is the Haplogroup that belongs to the Ashkenazi “Jews”, the ones that say they are the real Jews?
When God told Rebekka He was going to separate the Nations in her womb, He was basically telling her that for continuity sake, Jacob and Esau (although they had the same father) were going to have two separate bloodline/Haplotypes and represent two different Nations. The seeds of Jacob were E1B1A and for reasons only God knows, Esau, defaulted to E1B1B (which is a Hamitic Line) and why history incorrectly assumes Hitler was “African” and “Jewish” because he possessed the E1B1B1 Y-DNA Haplotype; They incorrectly have the world thinking and believing that E1B1B is “Jewish” and E1B1A is Sub-Saharan African. They have it reversed though. Several Nations possess the E1B1B Y-DNA Haplotype, yet only One race of people maintain the E1B1A throughout the entire world….The NEGRO, or Lost Hebrew Israelites whom God chose as His “Chosen Elect”…The Exclusivity of our DNA further proves that. A lot of Ashkenazi’s possess the E1B1B Haplotype, while some fall under Haplogroup “J” and a couple others, all European in origin still though.
5. What is your finding on the Lemba, Ashanti, and the Igbo Tribes in Africa?
All three Tribes have a mixture of Genetic Israelites (E1B1A Y-DNA Haplotype) and E1B1B (Hamitic or African Y-DNA Haplotype. The Lemba are really no different than any other Negro race throughout the world; there is a mixture of some European blood with them, same as it is for so-called “African Americans and Jamaicans. E1B1A/NEGROES (The Chosen Seed) is mixed in with just about EVERY Nation on earth, There are some of us in Brazil, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Columbia, Barbados, Jamaica, The UK, The so-called “Middle East”, Small percentage in Mexico, Cuba, All over continent of Africa (Mostly in West Africa, The Yorubans (not ALL), Igbos (not ALL), Bantus, Bamileke, Ewe, Ashantis, Zulus, The Lemba (South Africa) Just to name a FEW. I think you all get the point, The Chosen Seed (E1B1A) is mixed in with just about every Nation on earth, But that was part of the deal when the Most High scattered us, and why The Children of Israel today come in all colors, shapes, sizes, and ethnicities…But to continue going around teaching and promoting that many of these races of people who actually, mostly carry the seed of Edom, Are Hebrew Israelites is wrong and irresponsible! All Puerto Ricans are not from The Tribe of Ephraim (Only the ones who take his chosen Seed of E1B1A7A are), How can all of them be Israelites when many of them carry the Seed/Y-DNA of Their Spanish/European Colonizer, who are all Edom? The same thing with all the other Latino races of people; Only the Latinos who carry The Chosen seed E1B1A are Hebrew Israelites. Not all “Black Latinos” either cause some of them to take the seed of Edom, again this is why identifying them by DNA is crucial and how you can go into any Nation and pick out The Chosen Seed (s), This is so simple and easy it’s almost funny to me. The Most High coded our blood with this DNA as a gift and a blessing for us, not for Him because He knows who we are! But DNA is the absolute only, 100% sure fire, without a shadow of a doubt we can separate Israel from all the fakes, imposters and culture vultures (especially) the ones who look like us, walking around claiming to be ISRAEL and are being exposed daily by their DNA that they are not!)
6. There is such a debate on whether all the tribes are Negro or not? What do you think?
DNA/Genetics takes away any and all debates, and for the life of me, I don’t see why people can’t seem to grasp this extraordinarily easy and straightforward concept. Jacob was a Negro, who had all 12 of his sons by Negro Women, Jacob is one man, a man only has One Y-DNA Haplotype, His is EiB1A, so he passed that Haplotype to all 12 of his sons, therefore, the descendants of those 12 sons walking around the earth today HAS to possess the E1B1A as well, if they don’t? They’re not an Israelite, period, point blank. Remember Jacob is the Patriarch of Israel; this is how we know all those other races are not “Genetic Hebrew Israelites”…. Don’t understand why people can’t grasp this.
7. Do you think there is such a thing as a biracial person or do they go strictly by the lineage of their father?
Not exactly sure what you’re asking, but a male or even a female child is going to be whatever the father is. The only difference is the male gets the Y-DNA passed to him from the father. This is why The descendants of the 12 Tribes walking around the earth today is a racially mixed looking bunch of people Because Negro (Hebrew Men) have laid seed with all different types and races of women. That’s why Israelites can look like Wesley Snipes, Tiger Woods or Jesse Williams. As long as they possess the E1B1A Y-DNA Haplotype, the yare a genetic Hebrew Israelite and a child/seed of Jacob. The external doesn’t matter, their DNA does.
8. How does DNA work as a determining factor in what nation we are in?
A basic breakdown. See the answer to question 3, Also let me just add. The different sub-groups of The E1B1A represent the 14 tribes we all descend from…The 12 plus Ephraim and Manasseh were added to the House of Joseph.
9. What does Deuteronomy Chapter 28 KJV mean to you?
Deuteronomy Chapter 28 lays the foundation for how we can tell who the Israelites are in the earth today, and essentially identifying the Negro as a seed of Jacob. The Zondervan Compact Bible Dictionary even said that Ham became the progenitor of the dark races of Africa (Egyptians, Ethiopians, Libyans, and Africans) But not the negroes! (That would be us)
10. In 2017 what is the state of our people? What can they do to change it?
In 2017, Black people are still In the same mental state we were when our ancestors were brought over here to America. We have been so thoroughly brain-washed, that the lies have been accepted as truth, hook, line, and sinker and someone like me is raise up to bring forth the real truth, and to our people, it sounds like a lie. We are still the only race of people without an identity. Even the so-called pro-black nationalists and pan Africanists couldn’t tell you where In Africa they come from. As such, we are still very much a lost people. God referred to us as a “stiffnecked people,” i.e., very stubborn, and you can’t tell our people anything. We are still the same exact way, as we were in Israel, and why we were cursed and kicked out, going through what we are today. Romans 9:27 states that even though we number like the sand in the sea, only a remnant of Israelites will be “saved.” When you look at all the Lost Negro anti-Christ and anti-God blaspheming, disrespecting and disparaging, it’s not hard to see why such a prophecy like that was given. It’s sad, but every man is responsible for his own salvation. I like Moses and Christ before me, can only lead my people to the water, it’s totally up to them instead or not they’re going to drink. I give them nothing but the verifiable truth, but if they receive not? I dust my feet. Change starts with accepting who they really are, then and only then can they begin to do what they really need to do, i.e., getting back to practicing the laws, statutes, and commandments given to us by THE MOST HIGH. The Israelites are supposed to be the beacon of light to the world, representing the hope by which all gentiles can receive salvation. How can our people represent that kind of faith if they don’t even know nor will accept who God has called them to be? The 7 Biblical Signs of the True: Jew/Israelite 1. The Exile Will be exiled from the promised land 2 Kings 17:18, Zech 7:13-14, Micah 1, 1 Kings 14:15, Leviticus 26-33, Ezekiel 39:28, Jeremiah 16:15, 30:3, 31:10 King James Version Bible 2. No defense/powerless Will be unable to fight back against their captors/enemies Leviticus 26:17-37, Deuteronomy 28:25, 31 3. Oppression/Poverty Will consistently live in oppression and poverty in their new lands. Isaiah 3:12, 42:22, Deuteronomy 28:29, 33, 43-44 4. The Insults Will be belittled, insulted, and ridiculed by their captor’s within their new land. Psalm 44:13-14, Deuteronomy 28:37 5. The Illness We will be known as a very ill people Leviticus 26:21, Deuteronomy 28:59-61 6. Lost Heritage (Religion/History) We will lose all knowledge of their past/religion/language of who they are Jeremiah 17:4, Isaiah 1:3, Romans 11:25, Deuteronomy 4:28, 28-36, 64

Dilemma 7 – "Colorism"

Colorism is indeed a known fact, a direct commencement of hostilities afflicted on an individual based on skin color that is used as the basis for a conclusion, or logic that interfaces that a black person possessing a lighter complexion is treated with a higher esteem than a person with a darker skin color. This form of discrimination crosses a broad spectrum of skin color, it is the sister of light privilege and the cousin of racism. This was taught during the slavery where the lighter slaves were shown favor because their features, skin color, and hair texture was closer to that of the Aryan race (white people), the Nordic eccentric features with include, but not limited to, straight hair, light skin, light eyes, straight nose etc.. Colorism is not just limited to the black community, other dark nations suffer the injustices of it as well, both men and women. Light skinned or Biracial women are on the receiving end of this.

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Colorism, a term believed to be first coined in 1982 by Pulitzer Prize winner author Alice Walker, was defined by her to mean the “prejudicial or preferential treatment of same-race people based solely on their color.

It’s time we shift our focus from deliberating on this subject matter in meaningless preposterous idioms such as ‘yellow bone’ ‘darkie’ ‘tar baby’ and ‘red bone’ and got down to the real dispute. Most women in the world, worship the idol of beauty that demands adherence to a false standard of beauty (and worth). “The light skinned woman.” All around the world, the brown girls are discriminated against based on the color. Preferential treatment of lighter skin hues over darker hues occurs within racial and ethnic groups as well as between them. The practice of inequity, colorism (Pigmentocrcy or shadeism) privileges lighter-skinned women and men over their dark-skinned counterparts. This results in the skin lightening epidemic, self-hatred, low self-esteem and exposes how the media lifts the Caucasian woman since the beginning of white supremacy have been praised to elevated heights as the universal standard of beauty. Women around the world have been bombarded with so many different requirements of attractiveness. To be thin, but healthy; to have a flat stomach, but have ample breasts and a bigger rear end. And sorrowfully, in order to achieve the standard of perfection these women have increasingly been turning to plastic surgery, cosmetics, eating disorders, and self-mutation to fit this beauty standard the beguiling attraction of it and social imperatives that surround it. The quandary of a woman who does not possess any kind of beauty. This world is superficial where your validation is men drooling at you while walking down the street. What about “the woman that nobody sees” you know the one that is ignored by men? Society places so much pressure to be attractive and the procedures in which women pull out all the stops to modify their appearance by any means necessary. This society will train you in your way to think of a particular beauty standard even upon deeper reflection it will be imposed through universal thinking what our perceptions of beauty should be, its trains your mind directly or indirectly, through the power of subjection and propaganda their way of seeing and of appreciating beauty – The Beauty Ideal – embedded into our brains every second of the day through television, commercials, and the media. Sadly, for most of the brown girls in the world, they have a double disadvantage being a woman considered the least of all women and being of a member of the dark nation.

Confessions of a “Colorist.”

Colorist | Unlike a racist, a colorist doesn’t factor race but uses the tone of ones skin to determine chracteristics about an individual.

The Colorist seeks nothing less than to objectify the color aesthetics of dark skin.

My interview with Michael, a 48 year old, Colorist.

Q: What do you think a colorist is?

Michael: A person that denies a person strictly by the color of their skin.

Q: Are you a colorist?

Michael: I think that the term “colorist” is redundant, I would call it to preference instead.

Q: What is your preference?

Michael: I like light women (like yourself) with pretty good long hair, eyes, pretty smile, beautiful figure, and so forth.

Q: You know you can find all the external qualities in dark women to, do you agree?

Michael: No darker women are ugly. I need me a red-bone, yellow-bone dimepiece.

Q: You are a dark skinned man is this a product of self-hate?

Michael: No, not at all. I don’t want someone darker than me I want someone that can make me look good, improve my status, and give me pretty children I can be proud of.

Q: Do you think that there is a problem with your belief system regarding skin color?

Michael: Yes, well, maybe.

Q: Do your thinking your european preception of beauty where did it originate, from the outside world influence or was it taught by your parents?

Michael: When I was a child, my mom always told me to date a light/white woman to have some pretty children with that good hair. I was not able to date darker women, and as I got older, my preference for lighter women never changed. Just maybe there was a level of influence at that young age but its not my fault.

Q: Do you think that your opportunity for success will be impacted by your skin color?

Michael: Dark-skinned men are a hot commodity around the world. I don’t see that happening.

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 KJV

The mystery of what the elephant in the room is “”””?”””….Drum roll please, it’s a big one so make preparations right now. Now before you get your panties or boxers in a bunch. Relax free your thinking this is the reality for all of us. This is not something contrived or a figment of our imagination. Now go get you some tea and coffee as we analyze this topic together. The elephant in the room is….. *The Isms* “Racism-Colorism-Texturism-Featurism-Lightism-Shadeism (Pigmentocrcy)-Lookism-Hateism

It is no accident that people of color have been plagued with the nine “isms” associated with our destruction economically, the family, financially, legally, socially, and historically. The ideology of the “isms” progresses from one experience to another. Systemic injustice has plagued our experience and there seems to be on antidotes or solutions in sight.

“The isms”

There are 64 color shades & 64 hair textures. Colorism is indeed a known fact, a direct commencement of hostilities afflicted on an individual based on skin color that is used as the basis for a conclusion, or logic that interfaces that a black person possessing a lighter complexion are treated with higher esteem than a person with darker skin color. This word was first introduced by Alice Walker, the author.  Featurism is discrimination of black women based on facial features. Certain ethnic accentuated features such as a part of a face that contributes to its distinct character, especially the eyes, nose, or mouth. This term was first coined by Robin Boyd in his book The Australian Ugliness (1960). Texturism is discrimination based on hair texture of black women its roughness, smoothness, coarseness, and fineness are judged as good or bad hair. Lightism is the discrimination targeted at light-skinned black women who are validated because of their light skin. The recipients of light-skinned privilege that is mistreated by darker skinned blacks, not fitting in based on color in both the white and black communities.

Colorism, Pigmentocracy, As with racism or prejudice, the concept of colorism has a pejorative connotation. Also, like racism, colorism can be thought of as either dimensional in beliefs or multidimensional in perspective. In regards to colorism, which can be manifested within or across racial and ethnic groups and can be multifaceted in views among all groups of colored people, not just black people. The brown paper bag theory, Snow and Glow organizations have perpetrated the fallacies associated with these mindsets and beliefs. The One drop rule, and Shadeism with Hashtags: #teamlightskin, #teamdarkskin This issue of colorism not only effects black people but any people of color – nonwhite people like East Indians, Asian, South Americans and so on…. In India, light skin on a pedestal whereas here in the United States, white people frequently tan to look darker like us. The British colonization and slavery played a significant role in the separation of people due to their color. Never understood the reasoning because brown is beautiful! The practice of inequity, colorism (Pigmentocrcy or shadeism) privileges lighter-skinned women and men over their dark-skinned counterparts. The Brown Paper bag rule – In the early 19th century the upper class black American societies would conduct the brown paper bag test to determine if a black person was sufficiently white enough to gain admittance or acceptance in church and other social clubs. If your skin was darker than a brown paper bag, you could not get in and were not accepted. One drop rule was instated in the United States to keep the white lineage pure. Colorism, a term coined by Alice Walker in 1982, is not a synonym for racism. “Race” depends on multiple factors (including ancestry); therefore, the racial categorization does not solely rely on skin color. Skin color is only one mechanism used to assign individuals to an ethnic category, but the race is the set of beliefs and assumptions assigned to that category. Pigmentocracy is the chart in which light skin is measured. The even bigger elephant in the room is the hatred among black people and other nations that view skin color as the determining factor of beauty and success. This brings me to “Lookism,” which is discrimination that affects all countries the world over, Lookism is a concept where discrimination occurs to unattractive people; mainly in the workplace but also in social settings. While not classified in the same way as racism, colorism, and Darkism. Lookism is worldwide and affects how people are perceived as well as changing their opportunities in terms of relationships, job opportunities, perks, and social status.

The “isms” effect all dark nations of the world:

Cuba Tila said, “They hate my nappy hair and dark skin.”

Brazil Adriana said, “My skin is too dark.”

 Mexico Rulo said, “They say I will never get married, I am too dark

 India Mena said, “My Mom buys me the bleaching cream

 Dominican Republic Maricel said, “They said I was dark and ugly.”

 Australia Tessa, “They say my skin is so dark.”

 Nigeria Eunice said, “They say I should bleach my skin.”

 Ethiopia Merit said, “They say I look like a black African.

 Pakistan Nida said, “My friend was prettier because she is fair skinned.

 Canada Jessica said, “They say I am too dark.”

 China Margaret said, “They say I should carry an umbrella to shield me from the sun, my skin is too dark.”

Margaret Hunter in her book, “Race, Gender, and the Politics of Skin tone” which in my opinion the best clinical study on the effects of colorism among blacks and Mexicans … states – “Although typically described as a “black “ or “Chicano” problem, colorism is practiced by whites and people of color alike”

“To be beautiful, handsome, means that you possess a power which makes all smile upon and welcome you; that everybody is impressed in your favor and inclined to be of your opinion; that you have only to pass through a street or to show yourself on a balcony to make friends and to win mistresses from among those who look upon you. What a splendid, what a magnificent gift is that which spares you the need to be amiable in order to be loved, which relieves you of the need of being clever and ready to serve, which you must be if ugly, and enables you to dispense with the innumerable moral qualities which you must possess in order to make up for the lack of personal beauty.” ― Théophile Gautier, Mademoiselle de Maupin

© Vashtiy Alsaudamir, this interview is included in my new book.

Meet the electrifying beauty, Venika Kalambay, a London based fashion model and youtube beauty influencer.

Q: As a model have you ever experienced racism or colorism? If so, give me an example?

I think there are small instances where you can sense undercurrents of racism but I, fortunately, have not had any severe experiences of direct racism, perhaps growing up in London has meant that I am a part of a broader range of cultures and people are more accepting of different religions here. My father lived and worked in the Middle East for about 3 years and visiting him was one of the first experiences where I felt as though I was in a completely different era in terms of time because people were so fascinated by me, my black mother and black sisters.

Q: What was the best compliment you ever received and what was the worst?

I always get complimented on my eyes, I have super big eyes (at least I think) and people always tell me how drawn to them they are. One of the worst compliments I received was actually something that wasn’t outwardly rude but reading between the lines, I understood what was being said. I was at the till point at my job, and I was serving a lady, I could clearly hear from her accent that she was South African. We began to chat and then she said that she thought I was beautiful, to which I replied with the apparent niceties. She then proceeded to ask where I was from, and I replied The Democratic Republic of Congo, to which she then asked if both my parents were black and I replied yes, they were brought up in the same area of Congo. She then asked if I was sure, to which I replied yes, to add another level of awkwardness to this situation she then began to point at my face and say, no, this, this – looking at me – you have to be mixed with something, is there anyone white in your family? At this point, I was convinced she was honestly just trying to find out more about where I had come from when it was explicitly evident what she was trying to say. After this whole awkward conversation, I relayed the entire thing to my colleague, who happened to be a black male and at this point, I was beginning to feel so incredibly stupid and naive as he was attempting to make it clear to me precisely what the woman was hinting at. It was obviously too hard for her to just point out that I was pretty and leave it at that, she couldn’t believe that I was 100% black. This was my very first “pretty for a black girl situation,” and I was fortunate enough to be old enough, I believe I was 21 at the time, to not allow the situation to knock my confidence in any way. The most shocking thing that was her daughter was standing next to her the whole time, and I was so confused as to why she would allow her daughter to be around her when she was making such blatantly racist comments.

Q: Tell me something about yourself that nobody knows?

As confident as I may appear now, it took me a long time to get to this point. I would honestly say that I never really felt beautiful until I was about 19 years old and now I cannot possibly understand how and why it took me so long to appreciate my talents and the qualities I possess that are so unique to me. When I was maybe 14 or 15, I read a book by Kimora Lee Simmons called ‘Fabulosity: What It Is & How to Get It,’ which taught me so much about being a woman, it taught me such incredible and valuable life lessons and most importantly the book helped me to finally gain some confidence and start loving myself. I am so incredibly grateful to Kimora for indirectly giving me that through what she offered in that book, she holds an unusual place in my heart and to this day I always refer to that book as the book that changed my life.

Q: What would you say to a younger girls growing up with issues of colorism? Being hated because she has a darker skin tone?

It took me a long time to finally begin to love myself and my skin and all the little imperfections so I can understand how hard it is for young girls growing up in 2017. My advice would be to stay true to your reality, do whatever it is that makes you happy and have a belief in your magic that is so unwavering that there is not one person that can tell you otherwise. Don’t focus on growing up too fast, as apparent as that advice may seem, as you get older you will definitely wish for those happy moments that you only really have when you’re young, where nothing else matters but having fun at that moment. Be kind and have courage.

Q: Do you think that light skinned women are treated better?

I most definitely think that light skinned women are seen as more desirable. I think particularly in the case of love and relationships, men, especially black men, do always gravitate towards light skinned women, I cannot speak for other areas of life, but that is mainly where I can see evidence of this. I think music culture has definitely contributed towards this, as these women are often more glorified in music videos and popular culture as opposed to darker skinned women, however, I think we see a shift and people are realizing how beautiful darker skin is.

Q: How has been dark-skinned affected your life? Both negatively and positively..?

I wouldn’t necessarily define myself as dark-skinned, I see myself as a black woman, I never put those kinds of labels on myself because I believe people can sometimes get fixated on just being that one thing. What is often the most frustrating thing is that I am black. I have brown skin, I have cousins who have fairer skin than me, but I don’t feel my complexion is particularly dark. But often I think that because some people only see light skin women as the norm, they label everyone even a tad bit darker as dull skin, which I don’t feel is right and it is almost seen as though is a bad thing to be darker. God created us in all different shapes, colors, sizes, and this is the positive that I choose to take from something that can be so negative. I don’t allow those experiences to stay embedded in my head, I remember I am beautiful, smart, kind, and I keep it moving. In the past 2 years, however, being black is definitely being more celebrated, and I am incredibly proud to say that now more than ever, I feel a part of such a healthy community. Since I am a beauty blogger, I would definitely say that sometimes it is challenging because I don’t truly feel that black creators are given opportunities to grow as quick as our white counterparts and this is something we need to push for. I think there are so many beauty brands that are incredibly problematic in not having shade selections that are available for the lightest of light to the darkest of the dark because this contributes to the feeling of colored skin girls not feeling worthy enough to be included. To name a few, Too Faced, Tarte, it is not acceptable, and I will always use my voice to speak about such injustices. While not attempting to discount everything I have just said, I have to be honest and the state as a black woman, I understand the power in my voice, and overall, I have had a positive experience as a black woman in this industry. Whether it be because I am on the lighter end of the spectrum when it comes to “dark-skinned girls,” I’m not sure. I am always going to choose to love myself and to ensure that what I do and my contribution to the world is what sets me apart and not the color of my skin.

My light skin privilege, her dark skin disadvantage

1. Society, media and television programming promote (glibly facile) among black women. 2. Dividing black into the lines of color (willie lynch letter) in slavery days. 3. Parents don’t teach their children how valuable they are in skin color and hair texture but promote self-hatred (tongue) self-hatred spoken in words.

Envy of others is something taught you have been programmed to perceive something that is not necessarily better than you. From the moment you are born, imagery plays a big part, what you hear about yourself. Blacks were taught to be envious of each other in relevance to light skin and dark skin. The light skinned is raised to fill entitlement while the darker skinned is taught to hate the way they look it’s not good enough. Before slavery, there were no weaves, perms, relaxers, lighting creams, or a desire to be anything other than what you were created for. In the beginning, we are beautiful from our hair to the color of our skin. I clothed thee also with broidered work and shod thee with badgers’ skin, and I girded thee about with fine linen, and I covered thee with silk. I decked thee also with ornaments, and I put bracelets upon thy hands and a chain on thy neck. And I put a jewel on thy forehead, and earrings in thine ears, and a beautiful crown upon thine head. Thus wast thou decked with gold and silver, and thy raiment was of fine linen, and silk, and broidered work; thou didst eat fine flour and honey, and oil: and thou wast exceeding beautiful, and thou didst prosper into a kingdom. And thy renown went forth among the heathen for thy beauty: for it was perfect through my comeliness, which I had put upon thee, saith the Lord God. Ezekiel 16:10-14 KJV

Dark Vs Light series… Do light skinned women feel a sense of entitlement? Part 1

90 % of people I questioned stated that MOST but not all light skinned women felt entitled. Here are a few views on this subject. Charmaine, a light-skinned woman with green eyes and kinky short hair. “First of all I am light skinned, but I feel that light skinned women/biracial/multiracial women have a sense of entitlement… we feel entitled in everything we do, and we are better than dark skinned women. We are loved by all the men, and they treat us like trophies and that we are. We are competitive with one another we compete for men and position all the time. Secretly we don’t like each other, at least, with dark skin women, we are sure to stand out without trying, but with one our color we get picked through all the time. So light women, we are the most insecure and hateful because society and people make us feel we are better than the rest. After who do you think started #teamlightskin.” Tiffany, a product of a black father and white mother, light skinned with dark eyes and long curly hair Comment from Tiffany to Jaci, ” Two of my best friends are light skinned we live close to one another, have known each other since university days. We are not backstabbing one another through endless, so your stereotypes are ridiculous. You look black to me just black you just happen to be light, but you still have pure Negroid features and nappy hair. You are nothing like us light skinned people the beautiful ones the ones that count because we are exotic the biracial ones or the multiracial ones. You are just a nappy headed negro who just got lucky to have lighter skin, so don’t speak about us like you are one of us.”

Light Vs Dark Series.. Are dark skinned women filled with jealousy and hatred toward light women? Part 2

80% of dark-skinned women I questioned stated that there was no underlined hatred of light-skinned woman, and if there was it was because of the treatment from the light skinned women or other people in general.


Omokoyo, a dark-skinned coffee shop owner, I hate no one, the experiences that I had with light skinned women have been nothing but evil. I was picked on a lot by light-skinned girls that thought they were better than me, I was teased called darkie and ugly. They had the unwarranted favor they felt they were the shit and the guys loved them. Oh, how I wanted to be them.


Angela, A dark-skinned former beauty queen, Participating in pageants my whole life, the competition was fierce, but most of my light skin fellow contestants were downright nasty to me, but fortunately for me, I have tough skin, and hey I won the pageants! They always said to me, “Don’t play in the sun, my sister.” The Envy among WOMEN in general. The Haters.

Contrary to popular belief, “Envy” is a universal social epidemic not only prevalent to the black woman but to white, Asian, Hispanic, and so many more nationalities. The common thread of this insecurity has spread through white supremacy. The desire to possess something that another has, whether property or even their looks. Women engaged in this pandemonium of envy are at the root of why women compete with one another. The triggers of jealousy for men and women are different. Like some women, most men, are envious of superficial attributes, money, and position in life. Ladies, no woman, like no man, is perfect. No woman is genuinely and utterly content with herself light or dark. It’s a curse to envy I’m not sure we’ll ever fully break the bonds of jealousy, but we can learn to love the skin we are in.

My interview with Emmitel Abongwa Ndumu Ph.D

Q: Do you think colorism and racism the biggest elephants in the room?

Emmitel: Certainly, they were birthed from white supremacy and European colonialism, this thinking is the philosophy of civilization. In Race and the dogma of skin hue, it is the real war but I say throw the baby out with the bath water. When people wake up then change will come.

Q: Does skin color define beauty?

Emmitel: Facial features define beauty – the harmony of facial features along with symmetry places a big part in identifying facial beauty. Skin hue or color is not responsible for defining beauty. Although, people do pay more attention to lighter skin.

Q: What is your take on the light skin/ dark skin situation among people of color?

Emmitel: Worldwide it’s a real struggle among our people, and a superficial one that has taken a dangerous turn with skin lightening creams which has cancer agents in them but still they are going down that path. Bottom line, a woman of any shade must be comfortable in her skin don’t buy into the lie that light is better. Diversity is beautiful and unique.

 Since “Dark Skin” is highly criticized, these are some of the stereotypes and fallacies associated with melanin-carbon enriched dark skin:

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Dark Skinned women are ashy… They are ugly… They are lazy … They are on welfare… They look like monkeys… They are the ugliest woman in the world… They will never get married… They all wear weave… They are evil… Everyone hates them… They don’t get good jobs… They will always be poor… The hair is so nappy… Recipient of Pretty for a dark girl syndrome… Perceived as being envious of all light skinned women… Discriminated against because of skin color… Automatically perceived as being a bad person… Judged primarily on skin color and hair texture…

My Q & A with Roderick Israel, a dark skinned Investment Banker

Q: Do dark skin men experience the same colorism as dark-skinned women?

Roderick: Not exactly but in the business world we really have to prove ourselves.

Q: How do date dark skinned women?

Roderick: Yes exclusively. You are drop dead gorgeous but I love my dark skinned sisters.

Q: What advice would you give to a dark-skinned woman facing colorism?

Roderick: That things will not change for her until she gets into the truth and surrenders all to Christ. Like I told my daughter, the world will never accept her, she must accept herself.

Elvira “Cookie“, a fashion consultant from Panama.

Q. What is the best compliment you have received on your skin color?

Cookie: You’re beautiful for a dark-skinned girl!

Q: How did that make you feel?

Cookie: Actually I wanted to slap the guy that said if he was so ignorant to my feelings. He was saying that dark skin women were not attractive.

Q: What has been your experience as a dark-skinned female?

Cookie: Not good.

Q: Tell me about your experiences.

Cookie: for starters, I was picked on a lot as you know, I was looked over for modeling jobs. I was called ugly, darkie, smut dog, burnt wood, and being from Panama didn’t help they are just as color struck as being blacks in America. None of the guys wanted me they always looked at you, I felt left out, but you ever made me feel good about myself. The guys really were the worst.

Q: Some black men can be so ignorant.

Cookie: They always gave more attention to the light skinned women like you, even if they are not as beautiful as you. That is one thing I couldn’t also understand if a woman is light but ugly, they still preferred her. That is why I dated and married a white man, he treats me like a queen. Q: It is really the facial features that make someone pretty, not the skin color. Those guys had brought into a lie that was set into motion long before we existed.

Cookie: You are so right but it doesn’t take away the pain of not being excepted by your own race.

Q: How did your mother help you deal with it?

Cookie: She didn’t at first, she told me I would never be a symbol of beauty because I was dark. Now she tells me that I am an excellent role model for dark women. Enough about me so – we are talking about me but how about you being light skinned? What is your biggest problem with being light skinned?

Q: I will cover that in the light-skinned privilege section.

Cookie: That is good to know.

Q: Do you think that light skinned women issues are more damaging than dark skin women issues?

Cookie: No, I think dark skinned women have it worse.

Q: So what advice would you give to other dark-skinned girls/women?

Cookie: To be comfortable in your black skin. Your black skin will never change. So love it.

I must admit that it was tough for me to write on this topic of “privilege” I didn’t want to appear to be a narcissist or presumptuous. I believe that physical beauty is measured by your features and symmetry, not skin color. It’s really in the eye of the beholder literally. I have traveled the world, there are endless beautiful dark and light woman the world over, all possess one common thing – their facial features an in harmony together. So the theory that your skin color makes you attractive only is a fallacy. Not to be believed. The whole premise of a debate of light vs. dark is unsettling, ignorant, and not edifying the unity between women of all shades of brown. Willie Lynch created a standard method for teaching slaves divisive behavior and through colonization people around the world have adopted these self – denigrating issues that light skin is the best and anything that deviates from that theory is not good. Lynch supported division to keep the light slaves against the dark slaves to prevent rebellion and unity among blacks. Still, today that residue from the past has conditioned people around the world to adopt “light Skin” as the best. This is a general world problem not just by black people but many nations face this reality daily in America, India, Africa, Latin American, South America, Brazil, Dominican Republic, the West Indies, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Cuba just to name a few. In these countries, the lighter you are, the more beautiful you are perceived as, the smarter, and the nicer. The Darker you are, the more you have recognized the s menace to society, evil, and ugly. These stereotypes are far from the truth, people of color are still suffering from healthy delusional thinking based on skin color. Most feel that a light-skinned woman has attained a status, reached a level of success, met the European standard of beauty that dark-skinned women could never measure up to. As for the white woman, she doesn’t have to try, they woke up in privilege. They have been born this way. They have become a god.

My light skin privilege

Is Beauty a Gift or a Curse? I was born into the privilege of walking the earth as a genetic freak, often referred to as beautiful. In a world where beauty is considered a gift and a curse. You see it is a double-edged sword for me, on the one hand, I have been praised highly for my physical attributes. Considered the “outcast” or the polar opposite “the trophy doll.” In my lifetime, people have been extremely generous with their compliments on my physical attributes, but on another hand, I live with the curse of being a darker hue toned woman, a non-white woman. There are opportunities that I will never get because of my skin color. The acceptable light skinned synopsis. What is it like to be in a shell, melanin light café au lait hue woman? Honestly, I never thought my color played much in my life, success, or in general. I never really came to that realization until now. I always thought that my personal beauty was based on my facial features and other attributes not so much the pigmentation of my skin I will have to admit that my alleged light-skinned privilege has given me endless opportunities: Opulent gifts from men, modeling opportunities, many marriage proposals, free stuff, better treatment, etc. Is all that people say about you is that you are pretty? Aren’t you tired of people always telling you you’re beautiful? That question was asked continuously of me… People were uncomfortable around me. I was embarrassed about being pretty whenever eruptions of phases referred to my beauty in front of others. I don’t handle attention concerning my aesthetics well. I felt insecure that I would get a compliment while others around me became unnoticed, people around me were irritated by that, even on social media. The negative treatment. This aspect runs so deep, finding myself in the pit on many occasions. Most of the animosity that I experienced from women, in general, were primarily but in the black community, it has been from both light and dark skinned women. Some of my friends are black, but most of my friends throughout the years have been Aryan Caucasian. Enduring many years of haters, negative remarks, jealousy, threats of injury to my being or violence, backstabbers, insecure women, sabotaging opportunities for me, prejudgment, and envy, jealousy, strife from my own people and other nations I have become desensitized by the effects of it now it just rolls off like water on a duck’s back. The Downside of Beauty. I know a lot of women would put the “unfairness treatment” on a specific shade of color, but my negative experiences have been with both light and dark skin women, and also other nationalities. Women, in general, suffer insecurities about their beauty across the board. Caucasian woman, as well as other nations of women, have their own beast of burdens like fitting into the media perception of perfection the supermodel fantasy look. I learned a long time ago that what people say about doesn’t dictate who you are. You have to be comfortable in your own skin.

The image I see in the mirror is what I really look like? Is my image a reflection of the Most High? My outer shell is made of dirt; it will return to the earth as dirt. The real me is not what is apparent to the eye, my soul perhaps? To be politically correct, my soul is my mind, will, and emotions. My soul will separate from my body when the silver cord is broken, at my death. My soul will receive the harshest judgment of all, whether it is placed in Abraham’s bosom of Hades, according to how I lived my life. The image I see is really just an outward expression of skin and features that are judged or scrutinized by the opinions of others. Mankind judges the outside but the Most High looks on the heart. “For man looketh on the outward appearance, but the LORD looketh on the heart.” 1 Samuel 16:17 ..With that said, our emphasis should not be on the flesh but on the condition of our souls.

Ceira

1. Tell me one of your darkest experiences being a light-skinned woman and how you were treated?

In my adult life I’ve never really had any dark experiences being the ‘dark or mixed girl’ in Ireland but when I was a child I was surrounded by white people and kids and was teased a lot of people would call me the “N-word,” made fun of my hair and tell me to straighten it. There was a grown woman that lived in my neighborhood who used to call me a monkey.

2. Is being beautiful a blessing or a curse? 

I think being physically beautiful is a curse because people tend to rely on it to get them through in life when it’s not a permanent thing. Also, people tend to criticize you and direct unwanted attention towards you. If you accept yourself and have confidence in how you look, being a beautiful person on the inside is a blessing as I do believe in karma.

3. What is the best compliment that you have received about your physical appearance? And the worst? 

The best compliments I receive are usually to do with my hair. The worst, “I like your face, but I’m just not into the whole black hair.”

4. Who in the black community treats you the best? Dark skinned women or lighter women? How do the people in Ireland treat you? 

I feel I get the most positive comments from dark-skinned women.

5. Do you feel that black women are united? 

Yes definitely. I’m obsessed with social media and every site I’m a part of the women support and accept each other, especially on Tumblr.

6. Do you think colorism exists and how would you change it? 

Yes, colorism definitely exists but I think most people discriminate subconsciously they don’t set out to hurt people of different races. The best way to start a change is to educate yourself and others and try to be open-minded towards people you don’t identify with an open-minded towards people who don’t identify with you.

7. What advice what you give to black women about life in general?

My advice to black women, in general, always believes you are worthy of love and respect you are terrific.

Astin 



1. Tell me something about you that nobody knows? 

No one really knows that I’m super sensitive. I play it off like I’m ok, but honestly, I’m super responsive.

2. What has been your experiences being a light-skinned woman? How were you treated? By dark-skinned women and other light skinned women? 

My experience being a light-skinned woman has been excellent and bad, on the one hand, other light skin women welcome me with open arms, and some dark skin women did too but not many growing up especially with having long hair. They often accused me of thinking, “I am cute.” Now, as an adult, people often think I am mixed due to my light skin color, the length, and the grade of my hair.

3. Do you think virtue is more important than physical beauty? 

Yes, virtue is more important than physical beauty, especially today. Physical attraction isn’t even real, whereas, getting caught up in physical beauty can and will lead you down the wrong path.

4. Do you think there is an injustice with the way dark-skinned black women are treated? Do you think the Willie Lynch Syndrome still exists today?

I think dark skinned women aren’t really being seen as the real beauty they really are. Their darkness of there skin is vibrant and beautiful, but society makes them seem ugly. The latest trends are mixed girls with black features. Dark skinned women are put in the back view a lot. Yes, I genuinely believe the Willie Lynch syndrome still exist today.

5. What is the best compliment that you have received about your physical appearance? 

My 8-year-old niece told my mom she wants to as beautiful as me and like me when she grew up. I am a woman of the Most High and family woman with modesty and live a natural lifestyle. I want to set an example for another young person is more than I can ask for. Too many lousy role models today.

6. What advice or would you tell a woman or young girl about how your life has changed coming into the truth about the Most High? 

I always thought I would come to the Most High when I was much older. Now I’m in the truth I wish I was way before now. All I need is to know the Most High and that bible is a special gift through the book your eyes will be opened to know good and evil what to watch out for. Your life will be for things that will make sense. And knowing that you and your children can be saved is the more excellent gift. Knowing the truth can really save your soul.

Her dark skin disadvantage

“Blacker the Berry the sweeter the juice. Darker the flesh the deeper the roots” — Tupac Shakur 

The degradation of dark skin has lingering effects from slavery and colonialism. The recipients of the most beautiful hues the most Melanin in the skin. Dark Skinned women are so regal the most beautiful of all their skin is silky and smooth such richness and history. What is Melanin? The pigment that gives human skin, hair, and eyes their color. Dark-skinned people have more melanin in their skin than light-skinned people have. Dark skin has been the ridicule of jokes. Stated as being the ugliest skin color. The most hated but yet the most emulated around the world many Caucasians tan annually to darken their skin. There is a deeper reason, a more sinister revelation, a deeper root conspiracy against the darker skin people. Whose hue unlocks their history. The reason why I named this segment “Dark Skin” disadvantage this is metaphoric representing the pain the injustice to all the dark women around the world. Dark skin is often associated with a lack of privilege with eliminates – “The Dark Skin disadvantage,“ But now in 2017 through social media, these perceptions may change for the better in la la land. Dark skin women are flaunting their melanin and gaining a massive following through natural hair movement and social media outlet only still be ridiculed by their peers. Black women have gone neck to neck with European standards of beauty. In slavery time, the dark-skinned slaves served as field Negros having to endure hot temperatures out in the heat of the south. They lacked the advantages of education, food, clothing, and opportunities as their light-skinned counterparts, who emulated whiteness for their benefits. So the perplexity of sorrow that has been endured by the darker skinned woman can only be deep-rooted in pain for generations. The mere fact of being overlooked by the very people of your race can be disheartening, to say the least. My hearts and my prayers go out to all my beautiful dark skinned sisters. I endorse your beauty as my own, we may be of different colors, but we are of the same stock and dilemma.

I remember the first time I heard this phrase, “The Dark the Berry, the sweeter the juice.” My dark skinned cousin made it in reference to her dark skin being better than my lighter skin.

Although there is a hatred for the darker woman of color, through my studies, there have been instances were the darker girls were perceived as beautiful. Here is another perspective of being Dark Skin from the strikingly beautiful Fumi Desalu-Vold, a dark-skinned fashion model and actress. This exert is from an episode of her youtube program “Sister2Sister” – the episode titled “DARK GIRLS” -My life as a DARK skinned woman” (Fumi Fashion and Beauty), Not all experiences of black women are alike, relatively that depends on what area of the earth you reside in.

I was very intrigued by what she said, “While in Scotland, she and her other siblings were spoiled by everyone, they were perceived as being special she experiences no racism what so ever this was in the ’70s.” Then when she moved to Nigeria, she noticed that a lot of women who bleached their skin. I think the most fundamental thing in any young girl’s life is her father, his acceptance of her beauty, and she had it. He told her she was beautiful. She didn’t experience any white supremacy, becoming the first supermodel of Nigeria. While at University in London she was often asked to model for the art department as well as the fashion department, they marveled at her look and skin color. The men from many nationalities highly regarded her as beautiful, especially the men from Italy, a country that is known for their love of black women. While in America, she discovered that it is a melting pot of nations and that her perceptive of herself might have been different if she lives there first.”

Wahima

Q: What was your most negative experience being a dark skin girl?

Wahima: As a dark-skinned adolescence I had many things said to me because of my skin tone. I was called names like “blackie” and “Tar baby”, but the worst is when I was called ugly directly to my face in a very casual, nonchalant manner by a boy in my class.

Q: What is the best compliment you have received on your physical beauty?

Wahima: The best compliment I’ve ever gotten was when I was 17 and a guy said to me “You know how they say a picture is worth a thousand words? You’re worth 2000”

Q: Who was your greatest inspiration?

Wahima: My older sister has been the greatest inspiration in my life. She has been through a lot in her life and yet she manages to keep her head up and move forward. She is one of the most pleasant, caring and loving people I’ve come in contact with.

Q: List anything you want to share your experiences as a dark-skinned woman?

Wahima: I’ve had good and bad experiences with being dark skinned, and most of it has been uphill through a tunnel. I’ve been so lucky to be able to come out the other side with confidence. The purpose  is to help uplift and help encourage other dark-skinned ladies to embrace their skin and their beauty. I want them to feel like they are apart of the beauty conversation and know that their beauty is valuable and worthy of praise.

Colorism around the World 

(Nigeria) Olaniyi Adeosun-Obabiyi

Q: How does skin bleaching affect Nigerian women?

Olaniyi: In Nigeria, it has become a common trend for women to bleach their skins. I have often asked other women the reason the phenomenon is on the rise, the women tell me that it’s because of the men; that men seem to prefer light skinned women. My respondent said to me if women are gathered in a place, they always see only the light-skinned ones. So in all of this, my understanding is that women who bleach have this sense of inadequacy and inferiority complex. The most unfortunate is the fact that some use very cheap creams to carry out this their trade. I have once had close ties with women that do the business of mixing these bleaching creams, and they tell me, they make a lot of money from their fellow women.

Q: Do you prefer light skinned women?

Olaniyi: I think I have dated lighter skinned women more in my life. Yea I can tell u I like stunning women and somehow, unfortunately, I tried to drop my taste, and unfortunately, it never fell. But if you ask me in all sincerity, what I usually look out for is a woman I am attracted and connected to. If a woman is light skinned and empty-headed, I am not interested. I am, and I will always be attracted to intelligence. Beauty will ever fade away, what’s left is the content.

(Mexico) Maria

Q: What are some of your experiences as a Mexican with the light skin vs. dark skin issue?

Marie: In my country, they value light skin at birth if you have light skin and bright eyes you are appreciated. Dark people are not worthy.

(USA) James

Q: How do white people view this light skin vs. dark skin issue among people of color?

James: I am married to a dark-skinned black woman who is very beautiful. As a white man and other white men can attest to this – We don’t look at the color of a black woman, dark is dark, there are no light people within the black community to us there are all black and we often wonder why it is such an issue along with natural hair with black people.

(Germany) Earnest

Q: What do you think about the rivalry between light vs. dark?

Earnest: It is only black people to measure themselves on skin color; it is time to wake up from our slumber and unite as a people.

(France) Julian

Q: Does the issue of light skin affect black men too?

Julian: No as bad as women but I do recall being called light bright and almost white in school as well be referred to as a ghost, but the white people treated me as one of them literally. Where women are concerned, I think the problem is that a lot of black men are color struck and that plays into all the hype surrounding this issue. Being a light-skinned man is was called the pretty boy a lot growing up

(China) Huang

Q: Is skin color relevant in China?

Huang: Pale skin is the epitome of beauty in China. A lot of women bleach their skin daily to achieve this look. We stay out of the sun.

Q: What is your experience?

Huang: I don’t use bleaching creams, but a lot of my relatives do. I just enjoy the skin I have that comes with ridicule from my relatives, but I have to learn to live with it. ‘Bai Fu Mei,’ which means the white, wealthy, and beautiful ideal standard for beauty for my country. In Asia, light skin is esteemed highly because it reflects high class in social circles, while dark skin is indicative of working manual labor outside associated with the poor.

(South Africa) Roger Tinley

Q: Is light skin important to men or is it just a woman issue?

Roger: It is relevant to everyone, men and women. We perceive light skin as a trophy because it is closer to white. I love the look of light skin.

(India) Shweta Rai

Q: Is light skin relevant in India?

Shweta: Yes, very much so. We worship light skin, we all want it, desire it. We think it makes us more beautiful and desirable in terms of marriage. We are told as girls that if we’re going to be chosen in marriage, we must lighten our skin. Bollywood endorses light skin that needs to change. Many dark girls and guys in India are pretty too. I am dusky that is why I support various lighting creams, I want to be fair and beautiful plus I want a husband, and this gives me a fair chance. Billions of dollars are spent annually for fairness creams in India, this is a precursor to marital status, and the naked Bollywood celebrities are literally worshipped as gods.

(Dominican Republic) Angela Gonzales

Q: Is being light skin important in the Dominican Republic?

Angela: My mother taught us to use bleaching creams and marry someone lighter than us to keep our race white looking. Like all the Caribbean and Hispanics countries all like light skin.

(Nigeria) Ugo Nwoke

Q: How important is light skin in Nigeria?

Ugi: Light skin from my personal observation seems to be selling in Nigeria. As far as looking beautiful goes, most women chose to lighten up their skin, and that calls for bleaching. The women in Nigeria bleach their skin as they wear lipstick daily. People pay more attention to light-skinned people, and a lot of women bleach their skin. I instead think Its more the colonial thing and what is seen on television and magazines. There is a fascination for light skin.

(Mexico) Maria Elena

Q: Is being light skinned or dark skinned an issue in Mexico?

Maria Elena: Yes, as a child, my Mom told me I was too dark. She would never let me go outside in the sun. I noticed that the lighter Mexicans were valued as being prettier. If you had bright eyes and skin, you were considered a treasure.

(North American Indian) Steven

Q: Is being light skin important within Indians?

Steven: When a tribe has a baby that has blonde hair and blue eyes, they are treated like this baby is a symbol of God. The baby is esteemed as very special and will have all the benefits entitled to light skin people.

(South Africa) Joyce

Q: How many procedures do you do annual to lighten the skin?

Joyce: 100 per month, maybe more or less but on the average 100 procedures per month. Q: Do you think light skin should be a reflection of beauty?

Joyce: No I think your features are they are more celebrated to change in my line of work.

I think people in my country place to much value on the way they look.

Q: What was a personal experience that you had with colorism?

Joyce: My first experience was with my Mom, who said, “I was so cute, but if I had light skin and long hair, I would be a beauty queen.” This was devastating to me, parents need to be aware of what they say to their children.

The Light Skin Preference

Dense, short, skinny, light eyes, dark eyes, white teeth, big but, long legs, long hair, short hair, or big boobs. These and other terms are associated with general preferences of individuals. The dividing line where choice becomes detrimental when you down another to fulfill your quota of personal preference. Clearly, preference can be defined as a selection of somebody or something: the view that one person, object, or course of action is more desirable than another, or a choice based on such a view. From the perspective of the “big picture,” we have options some are manipulated by our parents and the media as we identify with the culture and skin color. The psychological problems associated with preference, we are hard-wired at birth or in our most impressionable years to perceive you truth of another. We have got to come to an understanding of who we are (dilemma 11) and come together as a people. We as a people are so indifferent instead of embracing the whole spectrum of our array of color or hue we discriminate among our own people. I am sure that Willie Lynch is clapping in his grave for him did an excellent job of separating a people according to skin color, are we the modern day Willie Lynch? When will black people wake up? What are the preferences? Is beauty in the eye of the beholder or is it … Preference? We all have choices – Do we prefer coffee or tea? Do we prefer to wear this or that? Do you favor or dark people? What is a preference? A selection of somebody or something; the view that one person, object, or course of action is more desirable than another, or a choice based on such a view. What is a preference made? It can be embedded in teachings and philosophy by society. The power of suggestion like beauty can convince a person of believing a myth or lie. You hear or see something so much that it can become a preference. Preferences are actually performed to us through media, what you see is what you esteem the best. As a child, they can be programmed to accept anyone standard of beauty, through watching hours of television programming. We all have our preferences but where the danger lies when our decisions affect another person or shed light on an individual in a negative light. For examples:

1. Taking negative about your own race. (the self-hating negro)

2. Marrying someone to have light kids with curly hair. (the lousy hair myth)

3. Putting all black women or man in a bag together. (stereotypes of the black woman that don’t apply to everyone)

Proverbs 22:6 KJV “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Which is stating that there is a level of conditioning training that a child must go through to be able to except themselves and not be a partaker of negative views of superficial aspects of one’s self. Trying to differentiate the reason why there is such a light skin preference which leads to destruction mentally. I sometimes feel that it has always been about the white people controlling the slaves encouraging the controlled populations to fight amongst themselves so that they can be more easily manipulated. So I go back to slavery which was the biggest determiner of our psyche as black people. Willie Lynch Letter + Colonization = The Great Divide among our ancestor’s Media views of black people + parental agreement = Disillusionment of our people

Fullten, who is a mixed raced woman on tumblr stated,

“As a product of a black man chasing after white women, it makes me super uncomfortable when black men reblog my photos, and I go to their page, and it’s nothing but either, white girls or lite bites. Like, my dad dated nothing but white women, and my mother seemed to gravitate towards this type of black man, who would get a ton of arbitrary African statues from pier 1, listen to nothing but jazz, only buy from black artists, and yet, seemed to exclusively go for white women. I’ve heard my stepfather at the time say he loved her pale skin, and that he didn’t even know she was Spanish, he just saw white. These men foolishly gravitate towards whiteness like a moth to a low watt light bulb in the dark. My father and stepfather used the whiteness of my mother and the women they dated as a status symbol. It was common for my father to say ‘I got a big house, a Corvette, and a hot wife,’ she was tall, white, and blonde, and she hated when he said that. She hated when he listed her among his possessions. He used her as ‘proof’ of his success at the time. That if anyone looked at his life, they would see a successful black man, and a white wife solidified that. I hate it because this mentality comes at the price of dark-skinned black women and women who are proud of their blackness. It seems like something they need to stomp out. I dated a lot of black men who fetishized my light skin, and hated dark skin and anything that was linked to blackness in women, they tied it in with failure, ugliness, poverty… So many comments about my afro and hair, they wanted straight hair, I had to adhere to the European ideal of beauty as best as I could. I remember drawing black women and getting comments from these guys, laughing at my work, ‘why did you draw her so dark??’ but when I brought dark men, there was never any laughing. I noticed how my father treated my grandmother, sometimes well, but towards the end, it was horrible. Just using her and nothing else. There was no respect. Black men who chase white women and lite bites ain’t shit. They hate dark skin women, and they hate blackness outside and inside themselves.”

“If you’re black, stay back; if you’re brown, stick around; if you’re yellow, you’re mellow; if you’re white, you’re all right.”

Redbone – Yellow Bone – Bright – Light bright almost white – Wannabee – White girl – Darkie – Ugly – Tar Baby – Blackie – mellow yellow – midnight – Jigaboo – pretty for a dark girl – burnt – angel – blue-black It’s time we shift our focus from deliberating on this subject matter in meaningless preposterous idioms such as ‘yellow bone’ ‘darkie’ ‘tar baby’ and ‘red bone’ and got down to the real dispute. Most women in the world, worship the idol of beauty that demands adherence to a false standard of beauty (and worth). “The light skinned woman.” All around the world, brown girls are discriminated against based on color. Preferential treatment of lighter skin hues over darker hues occurs within racial and ethnic groups as well as between them. The practice of inequity, colorism (Pigmentocrcy or shadeism) privileges lighter-skinned women and men over their dark-skinned counterparts. This results in the skin lightening epidemic, self-hatred, low self-esteem and exposes how the media lifts the Caucasian woman since the beginning of white supremacy have been praised to lofty heights as the universal standard of beauty. Women around the world have been bombarded with so many different requirements of attractiveness. To be thin, but healthy; to have a flat stomach, but have ample breasts and a more prominent rear end. And sorrowfully, to achieve the standard of perfection these women have increasingly been turning to plastic surgery, cosmetics, eating disorders, and self-mutation to fit this beauty standard the beguiling attraction of it and social imperatives that surround it. The quandary of a woman who does not possess any kind of beauty. This world is superficial where your validation is men drooling at you while walking down the street. What about “the woman that nobody sees” you know the one that is ignored by men? Society places so much pressure to be attractive and the procedures in which women pull out all the stops to modify their appearance by any means necessary. This society will train you in your way to think about a particular beauty standard even upon deeper reflection it will be imposed through universal thinking what our perceptions of beauty should be. Its trains your mind directly or indirectly, through the power of subjection and propaganda their way of seeing and of appreciating beauty – The Beauty Ideal – embedded into our brains every second of the day through television, commercials, and the media. Sadly, for most of the brown girls in the world, they have a double disadvantage being a woman considered the least of all women and being of a member of the dark nation.

Racial Caste System

This system introduces the white woman as the hierarchy of beauty, which has been the world’s declaration since the dawn of slavery. Through media, and the invention of television, we are brainwashed daily with the Eurocentric kind of beauty. What indeed is the Racial Caste System? The caste system as it exists today is thought to be the result of developments during the collapse of the Mughal era and the British colonial regime in India. The failure of the Mughal age saw the rise of powerful men who associated themselves with kings, priests, and ascetics, affirming the regal and martial form of the caste ideal, and it also reshaped many apparently casteless social groups into differentiated caste communities. The British Raj furthered this development, making rigid caste organization a central mechanism of administration. Between 1860 and 1920, the British government segregated Indians by caste, granting administrative jobs and senior appointments only to the upper castes. Social unrest during the 1920s led to a change in this policy. From then on, the colonial administration began a policy of positive discrimination by reserving a certain percentage of government jobs for the lower castes. Aryan Race is the master race that was a concept in Nazi ideology in which the Nordic or Aryan races, which were thought to predominate among Germans and other northern European peoples, were deemed the highest in an assumed racial hierarchy. The Nazi official Alfred Rosenberg believed that the Nordic race (not limited to blondes but all classes of hair color with Nordic features) was descended from Proto-Aryans who he believed had prehistorically dwelt on the North German Plain and who had ultimately originated from the lost continent of Atlantis. The Nazis declared that the Nordics (now referred to as the Germanic peoples), or Aryan as they sometimes called them, were superior to all other races. The Nazis believed they were entitled to expand territorially.

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What is the most celebrated skin color? (www.theperfechumanface.com)

49% Light skin 20% Dark Skin 32% It doesn’t matter.

Order of rank for Racial Caste System

1. Nordic/Aryan (white)

2. Asian

3. Hispanics

4. Black

Standard of beauty for the world – Nordic beauty is arguably the most promoted beauty in the media around the world. Cited as “the ideal beauty” (White women) possessing blonde hair, blue eyes are arguably the archetype of beauty.

Straight hair, pale skin, thin body, and light eyes.

Asian standard of beauty – Pale white skin, Heart shaped face (v face shaped), large eyes, small pointed nose, little feet, and slender frame. The

Hispanic standard of beauty – Light skinned and light eyes (features that adopted a more European look)

The black standard of beauty – Light skinned and long hair (features intimately favoring that of white women) This prejudice exists among blacks

Order of rank for Black Caste System

1. Light Skin Blacks

2. Dark Skin Blacks

The light skinned woman is questionably considered the most beautiful among black people. Long hair is preferred. The dark-skinned woman has been declared the ugliest of the black woman, the subject of ridicule because of skin color and hair texture.

My interview with Trina, a light-skinned Indian model & businesswoman

Q: What are the views in India concerning beauty? Is light skin or dark skin an issue?

Trina: International standards are fast modeling and re-shaping the precepts of beauty in India- at least to my knowledge. I can’t opine on behalf of almost a billion people but according to my individual experiences big eyes-pointed straight nose-bow lips-at least 5’7 is the general beauty paradigm. Fair skin is a HUGE advantage and does add to a girl’s reputation. But thankfully, people realize the importance of healthy, glowing skin irrespective of the tone. In 20 years maybe India will be as appreciative of the dark and glossy surface as it is of excellent and luminescent today. I have had an unfair advantage in several situations because of my fair skin. Like interviews and even a positive impression on teachers in college. Put a light complexioned studious girl beside a dark-skinned equally diligent girl, and the former will always come out better!

Q: What I would like to know about in India is the skin lightening epidemic and what has been your experience with that? How much do Indians spend on skin lightening creams annually?

Trina: Skin lightening is definitely NOT a fad where India is concerned. Even though the British have left, the yoke of fair skin oppression still afflicts us. Fair is beautiful, without exception almost all over the country. Men might deny that they aren’t complexion conscious and label actresses like Bipasha Basu attractive. But at the end of the day, it is a Kareena Kapoor who rules the Box Office. I personally do not spend much on skin lightening products. But I would say the average Indian woman quickly spends Rs. 5000 a year on facials and enhancers.

My interview with Anita, a dark-skinned Indian student

Q: What are the views in India concerning dark skin and light skin?

Anita: Light skin is definitely favored, it can affect you getting the good job or a husband.

Q: How has this affected you?

Anita: When I was young I was told by Mum and other family members that I was too dark and that I would never get married. It’s about the Caste system you know. Us dark Indians are frowned upon in society. This is why I had to leave India. My country is the worst, a girl and gets martyred because of her dark skin color. I was not willing to bleach my brown skin. India is very satanic with the worship of so many pagan gods.

Q: With a country is so heavy into idol god worship, how did you escape?

Anita: The attitudes of my family drove me away then I saw the light when I traveled to the west.

Q: Who is your beauty inspiration? Anita: That is easy, you are, I have admired your striking beauty, grace, kindness, and charisma.

My interview with Sanjay, an Indian web designer

Q: What are the views in India concerning dark skin and light skin?

Sanjay: Light skin is better is the motto of the South Asian. That is not my view but it is shared by most. The women in my family endorse fairness creams. I know the British regime is to blame for this. I have been told I must marry light skin so our children will be fair.

Q: You live in Ghana (Africa) now, how is it different from India?

Sanjay: The people are more chill. India is far worse, from what I have seen with the obsession with having light skin.

Q: Is it a custom in India only to marry light skinned women?

Sanjay: Yes, well most of the marriages are arranged, and the dowry may be higher to marry a darker woman. They love women that look like Aishwarya Rai, she is highly desired for the mere fact of the light eyes and skin. I personally, don’t find her attractive, she looks white. If you looking at Indian actresses, I think Priyanka Chopra is much more beautiful.

Q: How did this affect you when you chose your wife? And how did your family react to your chose of the wife?

Sanjay: It had no effect, my wife is a black smoking hot, dark-skinned woman, from South Africa. My family was not happy about it, they wanted me to marry a Bengali girl they picked. I wasn’t having it. The people in my country have a hatred for black people, but secretly they know there is something peculiar about them.

Light skin is favored to divide and conquer the dark nations. To keep our people divided to retain the oppressor dominance in this world, this oppressor wants to remain its position on top. If the wicked countries would discover the truth in who they really are, it would literally set them free. The dividing lines of color are among the dark nations, the people of color, to most Caucasian/white people we are all considered Dark skinned.

Colorism is defined as the racism between people that possess color to their skin, stating that light skin is the most coveted. Colorism is something that was taught during Slavery to separate the light from the dark, the excessively curly hair from the loosely textured hair. The descendants of slaves have bought these myths and dwell on these beliefs daily. They hate each other and anything that is a close resemblance to the white race is praised. The white people of that time conditioned the minds of the Negro that further their agenda that they are the superior being. Through much negative mind conditioning, the black people bought this lie. Who told us that our hair or skin color wasn’t good enough, mere people, right? Truthfully, people don’t have a heaven or hell to put you in, do they? We can put up a thousand articles about Colorism and videos nothing will ever change.

 What defines us?

Is our virtue not our color Let’s embrace our uniqueness Ladies Just like your eye color dimensions to your fingerprint were as unique Why should the world win in the mist of sin I’m light you dark we both can win.

Don’t let the world define you. Don’t let them tell you who you are. Don’t let them stop you from taking your rightful place. Don’t let them stop you. Don’t let them tell you that light skin is better than dark skin. Don’t let them tell you to fit into the Europeans standards of beauty. Don’t let them stop you from being all the creator wants you to be. Don’t let them define you. Don’t let them tell you that you are not made in the creator image and likeness. Don’t let them separate us. Don’t let them keep you from the kingdom of God.

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The answer to “Colorism” is to repent of our sins, seek the father in heaven, our creator, the Most High God of Israel. Purify your mind and thoughts with the word of the Most High (the holy bible) He will teach you who you are, your purpose and destiny. We were sold into slavery due to our iniquities and transgressions against the Most High. Seeking the Most High and renewing your mind will change your thinking about yourself, making people aware of it will not change, the conditioning as already permeating the souls of our people. Repent and return to the Most High, that is the only way.

“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.” Ecclesiastes 12:13 KJV

"The 10 Isms"

1. Racism is indeed the largest “Elephant in the room” the progenitor of hatred and slavery. It is the grandfather of Darkism and Colorism, The Apex of a belief system that one race is superior to the rest: animosity toward other races.

What do they say we are….

NIGGERS * SPICS *COONS * DARKIES * BLACK * UGLY * MULATTOS *FEEBLE MINDED * UNFIT * IMBECILES * IMMORAL * CRIMINAL * CATTLE * SLAVES NEGROES * AFRO THIS OR THAT *MONKIES * SAVAGES * COLORED *JUNGLE BUNNIES * DIRT *JIGABOOS * ANIMALS *WET BACKS * SPOOKS *SAMBOO * ASIATIC BLACK MIXED * BIRACIAL* MULTIRACIAL * BURNT And so forth… Code words used to establish slavery.

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The differentness of races, moreover, is no evidence of superiority or of inferiority. This merely indicates that each race has certain gifts which the others do not possess. — Carter G. Woodson

Racism is indeed the largest “Elephant in the room” the progenitor of hatred and slavery. It is the grandfather of Darkism and Colorism, The Apex of a belief system that one race is superior to the rest: animosity toward other races: a profound prejudice against black people or other ethnic groups based on color. Its core belief that people of different races have different qualities and abilities, and that some tracks are inherently superior or inferior to the other races. Slavery in America was the most significant catalyst for this kind of hate. First, let me demystify the general reference to race. I call it – “the powerful illusion.” For the theory of competition to exist, there has to be a superior race and inferior race for the ideal of separation. The method of race is a man-made system of classification created to division among people to classify people into specific groups. Organizing humans into various racial groups, including a selection process of what color fits into what category. Is it redundant to say the least, many have brought into the lie? Think about it can we as people draw any scholarship on race based on what one looks like. Race a group of humans which the populations have divided into a group based on physical characteristics. Biologically speaking, traits are inherited non-concordantly through our ancestors, which means they are inherited independently. If we were to go on genetics alone, there really isn’t a single genetic trait that distinguishes one race from another, even with varying degrees of melanin in the skin. Racism is an aborted attitude believing in a man made the illusion. If people that don’t know who they are they will understand, live, and thrive off of anything. You were sold to the nations, not for your destruction: but because ye moved God to wrath, ye were delivered unto the enemies. Baruch 4:6

The biggest progenitor of racism was slavery.

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There is a massive paper trail noting slavery in the United States of America but what about the four corners of the world where it all begin, that was similar to other forms of servitude practice where our people were kept enslaved. Like the Arabian, European slavery marketing of our people, which may be brutal of them all, like castration of young male genitals to make them eunuchs. The buck breaking and brutal rape of black women and children. The slave trade was in operation in the Arab world, Western Asia, Africa, and Europe beginning during the 19th century. The History of Arab Slavery in Africa by Owen Alik Shahadah (www.arabslavetrade.com) states in the relations and perfections section, ” Africans in the Indian Diaspora. The Afro-Arab relationship was riddled with complexities lined in a cultural nexus. And there is no doubt that racial discrimination against people of African origin was a hard reality. There is an escalation of racism as a casual association with Black Skin and Slave was made. And considering the era in which Islam emerged, it is therefore even more astounding and revolutionary to find such a strong tone of racial harmony and equality.”

Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted, the indifference of those who should have known better, the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most, that has made it possible for evil to triumph. —Haile Selassie

2. Hate-ism is the practice of inequity that privileges light skin over dark skin.

The Hate….

Why don’t you straighten your hair? Are you African? #teamlightskin Why don’t you wear your hair natural? You should wear a weave! Where are you from? Can I touch your hair? You’re beautiful for a dark-skinned girl! You look like a monkey. Your hair is nappy. You are ugly. Go bleach your skin.

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The practice of inequity, hateism (Pigmentocrcy or shadeism) privileges lighter-skinned women and men over their dark-skinned counterparts. The Brown Paper bag rule – In the early 19th century the upper class black American societies would conduct the brown paper bag test to determine if a black person was sufficiently white enough to gain admittance or acceptance in church and other social clubs. If your skin was darker than a brown paper bag, you could not get in and were not accepted. Still, today in 2018, women and men are still being judged by the color of their skin, among blacks, within black communities where darkism thrives.

3. Colorism is indeed a known fact, a direct commencement of hostilities afflicted on a individual based on skin color that is used as the basis for a conclusion, or logic that interfaces that a black person possessing a lighter complexion is treated with a higher esteem than a person with a darker skin color.   This form of discrimination crosses a broad spectrum of skin color, it is the sister of light privilege and the cousin of racism. This was taught during the slavery where the lighter slaves were shown favor because their features, skin color, and hair texture was closer to that of the Aryan race (white people), the Nordic eccentric features with include, but not limited to, straight hair, light skin, light eyes, straight nose etc.. Colorism is not just limited to the black community, other dark nations suffer the injustices of it as well, both men and women. Light skinned or Biracial women are on the receiving end of this.

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Colorism, a term believed to be first coined in 1982 by Pulitzer Prize winner author Alice Walker, was defined by her to mean the “prejudicial or preferential treatment of same-race people based solely on their color.

It’s time we shift our focus from deliberating on this subject matter in meaningless preposterous idioms such as ‘yellow bone’ ‘darkie’ ‘tar baby’ and ‘red bone’ and got down to the real dispute. Most women in the world, worship the idol of beauty that demands adherence to a false standard of beauty (and worth). “The light skinned woman.” All around the world, the brown girls are discriminated against based on the color. Preferential treatment of lighter skin hues over darker hues occurs within racial and ethnic groups as well as between them. The practice of inequity, colorism (Pigmentocrcy or shadeism) privileges lighter-skinned women and men over their dark-skinned counterparts. This results in the skin lightening epidemic, self-hatred, low self-esteem and exposes how the media lifts the Caucasian woman since the beginning of white supremacy have been praised to elevated heights as the universal standard of beauty. Women around the world have been bombarded with so many different requirements of attractiveness. To be thin, but healthy; to have a flat stomach, but have ample breasts and a bigger rear end. And sorrowfully, in order to achieve the standard of perfection these women have increasingly been turning to plastic surgery, cosmetics, eating disorders, and self-mutation to fit this beauty standard the beguiling attraction of it and social imperatives that surround it. The quandary of a woman who does not possess any kind of beauty. This world is superficial where your validation is men drooling at you while walking down the street. What about “the woman that nobody sees” you know the one that is ignored by men? Society places so much pressure to be attractive and the procedures in which women pull out all the stops to modify their appearance by any means necessary. This society will train you in your way to think of a particular beauty standard even upon deeper reflection it will be imposed through universal thinking what our perceptions of beauty should be, its trains your mind directly or indirectly, through the power of subjection and propaganda their way of seeing and of appreciating beauty – The Beauty Ideal – embedded into our brains every second of the day through television, commercials, and the media. Sadly, for most of the brown girls in the world, they have a double disadvantage being a woman considered the least of all women and being of a member of the dark nation.

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Margaret Hunter in her book, “Race, Gender, and the Politics of Skin tone” which in my opinion the best clinical study on the effects of colorism among blacks and Mexicans … states – “Although typically described as a “black “ or “Chicano” problem, colorism is practiced by whites and people of color alike”

4. Shadeism (Pigmentocrcy) the concept of self-hatred that has a pejorative connotation. Also, like racism, shadeism can be thought of as either dimensional in beliefs or multidimensional in perspective. In regards to shadeism, which can be manifested within or across racial and ethnic groups and can be multifaceted in views among all groups of colored people, not just black people.

5. Featurism is the discrimination of black people based on facial features.

Featurism is discrimination of black people based on facial features. Certain ethnic accentuated features such as a part of a face that contributes to its distinct character, especially the eyes, nose, or mouth. In layman terms for a black woman, could be but not limited to, wide nose, full lips, or bigger eyes. Your features are associated with your initial attractiveness. This term “featurism” was first coined by Robin Boyd in his book The Australian Ugliness (1960) but had a different connotation attached to it.

Although skin color is undoubtedly the most salient signal of racial identity in America, other actual or imagined bodily features have also been seen as distinctive markers of Negritude. These include the shapes of heads, feet, lips, and noses as well as the texture of hair. – Randall Kennedy

6. Texturism is discrimination based on hair texture of black women its roughness, smoothness, coarseness, and fineness are judged as good or bad hair.

 Through history, the black woman’s hair texture has been under scrutiny due to the excessive curly nature.
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Black hair is a target of “texturism.” The question is “why has the world scrutinized our hair?” While we are burning it with chemicals and heating tools, and tearing it out with weaves and glue. For 400 years +, the general population of black people has been imparted to by white people that their hair texture and skin is superior to that of black hair and black skin. This welcomed the birth of hair obsession. A majority of blacks perceive straight, silky and downy hair as best. When in fact, wooly hair is scientifically superior to straight hair. Coiled hair acts as antennae conducting the electromagnetic energies of the sun. These are the benefits that our ancestors had in the cotton fields in intense heat. Kinky, afros, nappy, curly, pressed, permed, weaves or silken flow? What is our obsession with hair and how does it affect our perceptions of what is considered attractive? This differentiation of various textures of hair that disregards our hair as being good that sociological programming still continues today. For as long as I remember people often asked me after examining my mid back length hair, “Is all that hair yours?” or “Do you have Indian in your family?“ In the literal sense of logic or even common sense what they are saying to me is that a black female can’t have long hair unless she is mixed with something. Now, this thought process was first initiated by Willie Lynch back in slavery times and is still relevant today. So the term “Nappy” was created by the white man and was adopted for centuries by black people but in reality, our hair has a helix (spiral) pattern. It’s the same pattern as whirlwinds and sound waves and DNA. Our hair is meant to grow outward as a tree, not downward like a cascading waterfall. When our hair is given proper care, it’s fluffy soft. Not only that, our hair is high-volume, high-definition. Our hair doesn’t hang down, it’s not limp, lifeless and flat, it never lacks volume, and you’ll never see a sister wearing a “bump-it” to get the illusion of voluminous hair. We don’t need it. We can take our hair from kinky to curly to wavy to straight and back to kinky again if that’s our desire. Our hair can even defy gravity, and do so naturally. Others can’t. Our hair is a glorious crown, the “original” crown. Look how a crown is designed! So, when you see these so-called European royalty women wearing a crown. They are imitating the beauty of our hair! Wow isn’t that amazing! For black women, the straight hair bias is the culprit of texture prejudice that privileges the white woman’s texture as the supreme texture of hair. Black women are not aware that our hair is rich with soil, the color of dark chocolate, rises to the sky, vastness as space, coiled to perfection, and a mystery of the Most High.

For me, hair is an accoutrement. Hair is jewelry. It’s an accessory. – Jill Scott

7. Lightism is discrimination targeted towards light skinned black women who are validated because of their light skin.

Is all that your hair? What are you mixed with? I’d kill for your hair! #teamlightskin You don’t look black!
The house slave says, ” I am jealous of the field negro, they are free from the master’s house, they can think on their own.”
Photo Credit: Light Girl Documentary, Bill Duke.

Lightism is discrimination targeted towards light-skinned black women who are validated because of their light skin. The recipients of light skinned privilege that is mistreated by darker skinned blacks, not fitting in based on color in both the white and black communities.

I come from an interracial family: My father is from Nigeria, and so he is African-American, and my mother is American and white, so I rarely see skin color. It’s never an issue for me. – Annie Ilonzeh

Lightism is closely related to the discrimination that I have felt through the years. Here are some comments that have been spoken to me as a light cafe au lait colored woman:

You think you all that? You think you better than me? You’re a high yellow heffa! Your piss-covered. You think you’re white. Your nice women that look like you are usually mean. You think you too good to talk to me. You’re stuck up. You’re an oreo cookie. You ain’t all that! Your high maintenance. I am not jealous of you. (Funny no one ever said that this person was) You too beautiful, I hate you. You act like a white girl. You are a BAD bitch. You are a redbone. You’re a yellow bone. Your hair has got to be a weave; it’s too long. You’re an uppity negro. Is all that your hair?

People sometimes ask me or say to me the craziest things

You are so beautiful, what are you mixed with? Which one of your parents is white? When you are done with that face and that body gives them to me. You talk proper Did you have Rhinoplasty (nose surgery) your nose is perfect so small? You’re an Angel. You are so beautiful. I bet you were raped a lot as a child by the men in your family. You’re an uppity negro Is all that your hair Are all women in your country pretty like you. Can I touch your hair? You’re a genetically gifted alien. A man asked my late husband, How do you make a woman that beautiful happy? Your beauty is so unique I don’t know whether to stare, bow, or high 5 the guy next to me. You are gorgeous for a biracial girl I am surprised that you are friendly, a lot of women that look like you are stuck up. How does it feel to be that beautiful? So they think you are the most beautiful woman in the world, but no matter how gorgeous you are, it will never be acknowledged on the level a white woman has been.

Although colorism, lights, and darkism each have a mirage of complexities and prejudices that the impact of all three can be devastating but yet the same. As people of color, we should first seek the Highest for clarity, turn from our wicked ways, and love one another. Knock down the borders that keep us shackled to the brainwashing that took place with our ancestors. Together we must walk together in truth and that truth will set us free.

8. Lookism is discrimination that affects all nations the world over, Lookism is a concept where discrimination occurs to unattractive people; mainly in the workplace but also in social settings. While not classified in the same way as racism and colorism. Lookism is worldwide and affects how people are perceived as well as changing their opportunities in terms of relationships, job opportunities, perks, and social status.

What does it mean to never pay for what you want, get all the best jobs and opportunities, attracting potential mates and the richest. Everyone wants to be the object of someone’s attention. Let’s face it, being perceived as good looking has its advantages, it means never having to change a flat tire and in some cases pay for anything. Beautiful people are perceived as good, happy and fulfilled. Society tends to treat you better when you look your best.

Lookism is a discrimination that affects all nations the world over, Lookism is a concept where discrimination occurs to  unattractive people; mainly in the workplace but also in social settings. While not classified in the same way as racism, colorism, and darkism. Lookism is worldwide and affects how people are perceived as well as affecting their opportunities in terms of relationships, job opportunities, perks, and social status.

Lookism is a funny thing, I have walked into a store and someone pays for my clothing. I have been skipped to the front of lines quit frequently. I have had my fair share of perks.

9. Tokenism. This is usually initiated by a white person that uses a non-white or black person in any form to represent the illusion that there are unity and fairness in whatever situation. An illusion of racial adversity in that any case.

This Ism has a singular narrative usually omit an entire race group but picks one to give the impression that the cause is an equal opportunity model for others to see.

10. Beauty-ism. 

All around the world, brown girls are discriminated against based on the color of their skin. Preferential treatment of lighter skin hues over darker hues occurs within racial and ethnic groups as well as between them.  Women around the world have been bombarded with so many different requirements of attractiveness. To be thin, but healthy; to have a flat stomach, but have ample breasts and a more prominent rear end. And sorrowfully, to achieve the standard of perfection these women have increasingly been turning to plastic surgery, cosmetics, eating disorders, and self-mutation to fit this beauty standard the beguiling attraction of it and social imperatives that surround it.
 
 
 
 
The quandary of a woman who does not possess any kind of beauty. This world is superficial where your validation is men drooling at you while walking down the street. What about the woman that nobody sees you know the one that is ignored by men? Society places so much pressure to be attractive and the procedures in which women pull out all the stops to modify their appearance by any means necessary. This society will train you in your way to think of a particular beauty standard even upon deeper reflection it will be imposed through universal thinking what our perceptions of beauty should be, its trains your mind directly or indirectly, through the power of subjection and propaganda their way of seeing and of appreciating beauty. 
Some Initial Tips for Breaking free from the “isms”
1. Repent of your SINS, keep the commandments and follow the Most High God of Israel.
1. Stop watching television where it pertains to programming suggesting European standards of beauty. If watching TV, make sure your child is watching people that look like them.
2. Speak positively to your child, encourage them on their beautiful skin color and hair. Don’t show favoritism with a child over the other. Children are very impressionable at a young age. Plant good seeds where your children are concerned.
3. Never tease anyone in front of your children concerning their color only have good things to say.
4. Cease from using terms to describe the color of skin like “darkie”, “high yellow”, “redbone,” and referring to people as “Black and ugly” as if being “Black” automatically indicates that one is also “ugly.”
5. Surround yourself with images of people of color through books.
6. Don’t allow people to tell your kids that their hair is bad and the skin is too dark.
7. Read the bible to them and teach them the ways of the Most High.
8. Educate yourself then teach your children about their history.
9. Comment darker people on their looks around your children.
10. Show them movies about positive black people promoting each other.

“Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.” Ecclesiastes 12:13 KJV

© Vashtiy Alsaudamir, The Brown Girl Dilemma

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What if a brown girl knew?….. What if a brown boy knew?…. Darkness followed us since the day we were born. It walked and talked to us if we were it’s own. The darkness allowed us to believe a lie from the very hands that made us cry. I often wondered why it was so sly. Now lightness has surrounded me. It has shown us the way to truth. Now that the mysteries have been revealed. AND YE SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH, AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE (John 8:32 KJV)
 
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