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"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.”
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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

Dilemma 3 – "Racism"

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 truly 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 races are inherently superior or inferior to the other races. Slavery in America was the biggest catalyst for this kind of hate. 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 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 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 attitude aborted believing in a man made the illusion. If people that don’t know who they are they will believe, 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.”

The fate of black people from 1933 to 1945 in Nazi Germany and in German-occupied territories ranged from isolation to persecution, sterilization, medical experimentation, incarceration, brutality, and murder. However, there was no systematic program for their elimination as there was for Jews and other groups. Hitler wanted to ensure that white women did have children with black soldiers. Children birthed by German women and black men were often referred to as “Rhineland Bastards.” Rhineland bastard (German: Rheinland bastard) was a derogatory term used in Nazi Germany to describe multiracial children with Caucasian, German mothers who had been fathered by Africans serving with French colonial troops during the Occupation of the Rhineland after World War I. According to Nazi racial theory, these children were considered inferior to Aryan children and consigned to compulsory sterilization. I grew up in Germany and was often referred to as “War Baby” although it was because of my light skin, long hair, facial features, and ability to speak the language, I was treated as such. So we have established that most Germans like most Nordic people don’t like African people, this brings me to a discussion about…..

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Adolf Hitler

Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party, the chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and Führer (“leader”) of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. As dictator of Nazi Germany, he initiated World War II in Europe with the invasion of Poland in September 1939 and was a central figure of the Holocaust. Hitler remarked that “The Passing of the Great Race or the Racial Basis of European by Madison Grant was his bible. The difference between the Jew and Aryan is as insurmountable as that between black and white…. German has set a pattern which other nations must follow.

“On December 6, 1913, a team led by German archaeologist Ludwig Borchardt discovered a sculpture buried upside-down in the sandy rubble on the floor of the excavated workshop of the royal sculptor Thutmose in Amarna. A year later the Nefertiti bust was put on display in Berlin, countering the “English” Tut with a German appropriation of old glamour. Throughout the 20th century’s upheavals, the bust remained in German hands. It was revered by Hitler (who said, “I will never relinquish the head of the Queen”), hidden from Allied bombs in a salt mine and coveted by East Germany throughout the Cold War. Today it draws more than 500,000 visitors annually to Berlin’s Neues Museum.” reference: http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-history/nefertiti
Is it that beauty transcends even racism? Or was Hitler indeed, a racist?

I will provide excerpts from Hitler’s Book “Mein Kampf” (My Struggle) where he clearly speaks his disrespect and disdain for Negroes (Black People) even going as far as to call us “Half Apes”, Blacks too were thrown in Concentration Camps and summarily sterilized because Hitler did not want Blacks having babies with German White Women. How Hitler really viewed blacks: Hitler skips the first recorded sin in the bible of Eve taking a bite out of some fruit tree to declare race mixing between blacks and his pure Aryan white blood was “The original sin of humanity” (MKp.624) Marcus Garvey said the same thing he believes in the purity of the negro race and purity of the white race” (Race First by Tony Martin p.22) Garvey was against miscegenation. And hated rich blacks marrying poor whites. The hybrid organization that would take over from the UNIA would be the NOI. Hitler was appalled at society, allowing blacks to become a lawyer, teacher, even a pastor. He thought it is criminal lunacy to keep on drilling a born half-ape ..while members of the highest culture-race must remain in unworthy positions” ( MKp.430) Hitler believed that the Blackman shouldn’t be allowed to keep his so-called “****** nation” Hitler also stated: “This world belongs only to the whole forceful man and not to the weak half man” ( MK p.257).
Hitler viewed the Blackman like Hollywood viewed the Blackman in The Birth of a Nation. In that woman, the Blackman’s eyes grow big in lust for a white woman. Hitler thought of us as a big King Kong gorilla. “Systematically these black parasites of the nation defile our inexperienced young blond girls and thereby destroy something which can no longer be replaced in this world” (MK p.562).
If Hitler would have won the war, the fate of the Blackman in this world has been slavery and cremation. On a scale of 1-10, his abuse would have been 10, but between 1619-1960’s in America, our miss treatment was a steady 8. I would invite curious students to read Hitler because he has so many relatives here in America like Hoover, The FBI, The KKK, etc. We prevent repeats of history by understanding our past.-(Austin, N.D.) The Nazis’ obsession with racial purity and eugenics was provoked and intensified in 1918, following Germany’s defeat in World War I. Under the terms of the peace treaty signed at Versailles, Germany was stripped of its African colonies and forced to submit to the occupation of the Rhineland. The deployment of African troops from the French provinces to police the territory incensed many Germans.
To many, it was the final humiliation that began with their 1918 defeat in the World War I. Germans complained bitterly in newspapers and propaganda films about African soldiers from the French colonial army having relations with their women. As soon as Hitler reoccupied the Rhineland in 1936, he retaliated by targeting black people living there. At least 400 mixed-race children were forcibly sterilized in the area by the end of 1937, while 400 others disappeared into camps Hitler thought that all people who weren’t blonde, blue-eyed, light-skinned and Germanic were inferior. This included Jews, Gypsies, anyone from the Middle East, Asians and black people. He was very bitter and unsportsmanlike when he had to award the gold medal to Jesse Owens during the 1936 Berlin Olympics and refused to shake his hand.
Few blacks were living in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s, and of the few, many were rounded up and put in concentration camps and forcibly sterilized or subjected to medical experiments.
References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler

He believed in a perfect Aryan race. He admired blue-eyed, white, blond haired people. He had a warped interpretation of Darwin’s Origin of Species and theory of natural selection and believed that the traditional German man (Aryan) was the fittest and the strongest, therefore everything else – Jews, Blacks, Asians, etc would have to be eliminated. — Dr. Yehoshua Ben Ephraim, 

My people have suffered great injustices at the hands of the Aryan/Nordic race, better known as the white man; still today, the slavery mentality is again stirring the pot of racism. I could only imagine the pain my ancestors endured at the hands of the slave masters. This man is a king among the princes of bigotry and hatred.

He skinned my people, castrated my brothers, raped my sisters and brutally murdered my people in recorded numbers in the name of Satan. He is the Devil incarnate!

This devil goes by the name of “King Leopold II” The man who killed more than 10 million people, yet is not seen as hideous. His persona and methods of punishment were as cruel as Hitler. He slaughtered and brutally killed a lot of African people, a lot of them where castrate, raped, and skinned alive. King Leopold II is a person that many believe should be put in the same sentence with Hitler, Stalin and other dictators of the modern world. However, he is not. It is funny that he is rarely part of the history books, and not many people are known for his actions and deeds. Leopold II is mostly remembered as the founder of the Congo Free State, a country that is nowadays known as the Democratic Republic of Congo. But what many do not know is that Leopold murdered more than 10 million people in Congo and exploited the country and its sources. He donated most of his property to Belgium in order to preserve it. Leopold ruled from 1865 and for the next 44 years until his death.

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To get a better understanding of King Leopold II and his thoughts, we distinguish some of the quotes he used during his speech in 1883. In the statement, Leopold tried to explain to “loyal” patriots in Belgium that what they do in Congo is rightful, and that they need to evangelize the “niggers.” Here are some quotes from the speech.

Teach the niggers to forget their heroes and to adore only ours. Never present a chair to a black that comes to visit you. Don’t give him more than one cigarette. Never invite him for dinner even if he gives you a chicken every time you arrive at his house; They know that to kill, to sleep with someone else’s wife, to lie and to insult is bad. Have the courage to admit it; you are not going to teach them what they know already; Your action will be directed essentially to the younger ones, for they won’t revolt when the recommendation of the priest is contradictory to their parent’s teachings. The children have to learn To obey what the missionary recommends, who is the father of their soul. You must singularly insist on their total submission and obedience, avoid developing the spirits in the schools, teach students to read and not to reason; Evangelize the niggers so that they stay forever in submission to the white colonialists, so they never revolt against the restraints they are undergoing. Recite every day – “happy are those who are weeping because the kingdom of God is for them.” Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leopold_II_of_Belgium

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

With almost 8 billion people around the world and many prototypes of what science calls a “human being,” The physical traits of mankind have stood out since the time of Adam and Eve, through colonialism and slavery, tried to define what prototype was superior to the other, this is where the theory of race classification was started around the globe. Every member of mankind is from a nation not a race of people.

Negro Types: African, Shemites,and Canaanites

Caucasian Types: Nordic, Aryan, and Mediterraneans

Mongolian Types: Asians, Indians, Arabs

Common physical traits of mankind:

Negroids:

Have the most profound features of all they literally gravitate from the face Blonde to Black Hair, Skin tone Light brown to dark brown, any eye size or shape or color, medium to thick lips, wider or low bridged noses, some smaller noses in different parts of Africa. some.

Middle Eastern:

Any hair color type, Any eye color, Skin tone Pale to brown, thin to full lips, and High or low bridged noses.

Asians:

Monolid eyes make them unique have brown to black thick hair, monolid /double eyelid small brown/black eyes, Skin tone pale with yellow undertones to dark sandy brown, thin to medium lips.

Latinas (South America, Mexico, Puerto Ricans):

Facial features are dominant any hair color, texture thickness, Any eye shape or color, skin tone light tan to medium brown, Thin to medium lips, low bridged noses.

Aryan-Nordic Caucasians Descendants of Europe, or white people:

Skin is most coveted around the world by default Skin color is pale very fair- pinkish in tone, All eyes light colors to brown, Small straight low bridged noses or high bridged, Thin lips predominately, Hair is straight predominately.

Native American Indians:

The Nose is defined literally Skin type is light brown skin to dark, The skin color is not red, as is popularly supposed, but varies from very light to dark, dark brown eyes, prominent cheekbones, and straight black hair.

Arabs:

The Nose is the most distinguishing feature of their face Skin type is light to medium brown, dark to light eyes, high bridged long nose and thin to medium lips.

Indians:

Skin type light to dark brown, high bridged noses, any eye color, and thin to full lips.

Hawaiians, Polynesians, Samoans, Melanesians:

Clubby cheeks Skin type light to dark brown, flat wider – low bridged nose, hair color blonde to dark, and any eye color.

Aborigines:

Tan skin is flawless light to dark skin, low bridged wide noses, hair blonde to dark, any eye color but prominently dark eyes, and thin to full lips.

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Since the beginning of time, the Aryan race has always tried to define every race of the earth. They mark the white man as superior, genetically to all other races. Back in the 1800s a Swedish Botanist, Physician, and Zoologist Carl Linnaeus (The Father of Scientific Racism) are often called the Father of Taxonomy. His system for naming, ranking, and classifying organisms is still in extensive use today (with many changes). In Systema Naturae, his ideas on classification have influenced generations of biologists during and after his own lifetime, even those opposed to the philosophical and theological roots of his work introduced 5 levels under Homo Sapiens based initially on the bases of skin hue or color. 1) European 2) Asiaticus 3) American 4) Monstrous 5) Africanus. The premise was to make Caucasian, Europeans white superior to the rest of the races in the classification process. Another example of classification came from German Physician, Naturalist, Physiologist, and Anthropologist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach. He was one of the first to explore the study of mankind as an aspect of natural history. His teachings in comparative anatomy were applied to the classification of what he called human races, of which he determined there to be five. Blumenbach’s work included his description of sixty human crania (skulls) published initially been in fascicules as Decas cranium (Göttingen, 1790–1828). This was a founding work for other scientists in the field of craniometry. He divided the human species into five races in 1779, later founded on crania research (description of human skulls.) His teachings in comparative anatomy were applied to the classification of what he called human races. In which he determined there to be five: the Caucasian or white race, the Mongolian or yellow race, including all East Asians and some Central Asians, the Malayan or brown race, including Southeast Asian and Pacific Islanders, the Ethiopian or black race, including sub-Saharan Africans, the American or red race, including American Indians. Johann studies are yet another example of white supremacy around the world.

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And thou, even thyself, shalt discontinue from thine heritage that I gave thee; and I will cause thee to serve thine enemies in the land which thou knowest not: for ye have kindled a fire in mine anger, which shall burn forever. Jeremiah 17:4 King James Version Bible We were left serving our enemies and their Gods. Where did we originate from, what was our backstory? The History of the Negro is the history of a people that have been mistreated, tortured, feared, deemed unworthy and not human, a people lacking understanding of who they are, every nation in the world there is a back story. How did we get into this predicament? It was through our disobedience to our creator. And through that disobedience we were … And the LORD shall bring thee into Egypt again with ships, by way of which I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again: and there ye shall be sold unto your enemies as bondmen and bondwomen, and no man shall buy you. Deuteronomy 28: 68. We came by ways of slave ships to the Americas and the 4 corners of the world. We did we suffer such an injustice? It was through our disobedience to the Most High God and not keep his commandments. It would appear that society wants us to forget “Slavery,” but they will go on about the Jewish Holocaust forever. Our Past is relevant to our future, it was our past that shows us the way. We woke up in a world where lightness, whiteness is valued around the world through lies, brain-washing, manipulation, racism, slavery misconceptions, and fallacies. Well known by the complexity of the Bywords they call us in a specific time and place. Let’s take “Black” for an example black relates to evil, a color that has no hue a color value that has no shade as a result of the absorption of nearly all light from all visible wavelengths. How long will we identify with these bywords? They call us Niggers, Darkies, Black, African, Mulatto, Half-breeds, Savages, and Coons all by words created during slavery to brainwash us and keep us captive from our true identity. The Trans – Atlantic Slave Trade in 1450 in 1619, America joined the Trans – Atlantic Trade. Over 100 million slaves lost their heritage their lives, which were the biggest massacre of people in the world.

 

White Privilege / Black Exclusion

They say we are lazy, but we built this country… They say we lack intelligence but have birthed some of the most brilliant minds. They say we can’t do it, but we have always overcome adversity… They say nothing but in the eyes of the Most High we are somebody…
Economical Freedom brings despair…. Black Wallstreet
Let’s stroll down memory lane, shall we? Who knew that Tulsa Oklahoma the home of the white evangelical Christian had so much history, that is black history. It birthed the term “Black Wall Street” in which black people had the power to lead in business developments. Tulsa Oklahoma is also notorious for the streets: Greenwood, Archer, and Pine, famous streets known in North Tulsa. After all, the popular group “The Gap Band” pinned the roads to form the band’s name. While in Tulsa, I would often hear the local speak about how great Tulsa was back then, they should take great pride in their once thriving communities. Although Tulsa is thriving now for some, it fails in comparison to what it once was. The store windows are often seeing adorning metal bars to keep the criminals out. There is a substantial distinction between North and South Tulsa. In south Tulsa predominately white, while north Tulsa is predominately black. In north Tulsa, most of the businesses have bars on the windows with the infiltration of gangs such as the blood and the crips from California they had no choice but to take this course of action to protect their properties. Now in 2017, the remnant of gangs is gone, but economic despair still lingers. The date was June 1, 1921, when “Black Wall Street,” the name was fittingly given to one of the most affluent all-Black communities in America, was bombed from the air and burned to the ground by mobs of envious whites. In a period spanning fewer than 12 hours, a once thriving 36-Black business district in northern Tulsa lay smoldering–a model community destroyed, and a significant African-American economic movement resoundingly defused. The night’s carnage left some 3,000 African Americans dead, and over 600 successful businesses lost. Among these were 21 churches, 21 restaurants, 30 grocery stores, and two movie theaters, plus a hospital, a bank, a post office, libraries, schools, law offices, a half dozen private airplanes, and even a bus system. As could have been expected the impetus behind it all was the infamous Ku Klux Klan, working in consort with ranking city officials, and many other sympathizers. http://www.blackwallstreet.freeservers.com/

In their self-published book, Black Wallstreet: A Lost Dream, and its companion video documentary, Black Wallstreet: A Black Holocaust in America!, the authors have chronicled for the very first time in the words of area historians and elderly survivors what really happened there on that fateful summer day in 1921 and why it happened. Wallace similarly explained to me why this bloody event from the turn of the century seems to have had a recurring effect that is being felt in predominately Black neighborhoods even to this day.

According to Nielson, African-Americans currently hold a buying power of $1 trillion, a number that’s estimated to reach $1.3 trillion by 2017 and they’re blowing a lot of those bills on cosmetics spending nine times more on ethnic- targeted beauty and grooming products than the general market. The black woman, in particular, spends an estimated $7.5 billion annually on beauty products, shelling and twice as much on skin care as their non-black counterparts. Yet they’re underserved by the cosmetics industry throughout history.
Resilient Receptive and Relevant: The African American Consumer
African Americans spend more than any other group: Watch 37 % more television Read 28% more financial magazines Buy 9 times more ethnic beauty and grooming products Make 8 times more shopping trips Spend 2 times as much time on personal hosted websites (source; Resilient Receptive and Relevant: The African American Consumer) Ask Men.

Caucasian the descendants of the Aryan/Nordic Race (white people) have inherent advantages around the world.

The white concession or privilege are provisos for the social order of opportunities that benefit Nordic/Aryan people (white people) in countries where the populous is predominately white beyond what is commonly experienced by non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. The term designate advantages that white persons know they are the recipients of during slavery it was quite apparent. This is unspoken prejudice mixed with a biased account of being fortunate to receive advancement due to skin color. The conclusion can be seen in the recipients private, relationships, professional, relational, educational, occupations, and personal contexts. The concept of white privilege is universal not limited to a particular place in the earth through colonization; it has spread to the four corners of the world.

1. White people earn more money

My interview with Daphne, she is a black hand model. Q: Do you think white people earn more money than black people? Daphne: Yes, I know the modeling does those things too. Q: Explain? Daphne: I make around 1000K for a photo shoot featuring my hands, while a lot of the white hand models make around 10000K per photo shoot. There is a lot of prejudice in the modeling industry, and that determines what we get as models. Families of color will soon make up a majority of the population, but most continue to fall behind whites in building wealth. In 1963, the average wealth of white families was $117,000 higher than the average wealth of nonwhite families. By 2013, the average wealth of white families was over $500,000 higher than the average wealth of African American families ($95,000) and of Hispanic families ($112,000) sources: Survey of Financial Characteristics of Consumers 1962 (December 31), Survey of Changes in Family Finances 1963, and Survey of Consumer Finances 1983–2013.

2. Favored more in terms of getting a job

My interview with Derrick, a black man that holds a masters degree in accounting. Q: With your master’s degree, has it been easy to find work? Derrick: No. They tell me I am over qualified or they have no work for me. Q: Why do you think that is? Derrick: Racism Q: Explain? Derrick: I went to a well-known bank. I was interviewing for a job as an account manager. There was another guy there interviewing as well for the same position. We struck up a conversation, he let me know he had only a high school education with no banking experience. One week later, I received a letter stating that I was not chosen for this particular position, that my resume would be kept on file. A month then, I went to the bank for some business, and I saw the same guy there, he was now the account manager. Now that is racism. In the article (www.cepr.net) titled, Has Education Paid Off for Black Workers? June 2013, by Janelle Jones and John Schmitt, they state that… Over the past three decades, the “human capital” of the employed black workforce has increased enormously. In 1979, only one-in-ten (10.4 percent) black workers had a four-year college degree or more. By 2011, more than one in four (26.2 percent) had a college education or more. Over the same period, the share of black workers with less than a high school degree fell from almost one-third (31.6 percent) to only about one in 20 (5.3 percent) … This article clearly shows that blacks are least hired among the other nations. 3. More likely have lesser sentences for crimes compared to black men. We live in a country where a white man will get less time for killing his black wife, than a black man robbing a liquor store. In an article in Wall Street Journal by Joe Palazzolo, “Racial Gap in Men’s Sentencing” February 14th, 2013 it declares that “Prison sentences of black men were nearly 20% longer than those of white men for similar crimes in recent years, an analysis by the U.S. Sentencing Commission found. That racial gap has widened since the Supreme Court restored judicial discretion in sentencing in 2005, according to the Sentencing Commission’s findings, which were submitted to Congress last month and released publicly this week.”

4. Depicted as saints in the media

They are depicted as saints, but a lot of crimes are perpetrated by whites as well. In the article “Mass Media in the White Man’s World” by Christy La Pierre (/web.stanford.edu) Poverty & Prejudice: Media and Race June 4, 1999, Christy states, “In the eyes of many minority groups, the mass media produced in the United States may be a reflection of Anglo views regarding non-Anglo communities. “The dominant culture must constantly strive to expand its hegemony while fending off challenges and interventions from the very classes and groups it seeks to subjugate,” (Split Image, African Americans in the Mass Media, pg. 6). In American society, by reproducing the ideological hegemony of the dominant white culture, the mass media help to legitimate the inequalities in class and race relations. Two underrepresented and misrepresented minorities in the media today and in the past are African-Americans and Latinos. African-Americans and Latinos have experienced discrimination for years through print news and entertainment television. Not surprisingly, both of these mediums have been dominated by the Anglo-culture and have therefore been structured to harbor the needs and communicate the ideas of this ruling class.” Our people have suffered the most brutal instances of hate crimes, not to mention black on black crime. Most recently, Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white gunman who killed nine people at a historic African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, on June 17th was arrested on June 18, 2015. He was immediately forgiven by the family members of the murdered. He is definitely a victim of white privilege no matter what they do to others. The police were concerned with his safety, other than his crime. Black men have been beaten, tortured, and killed endlessly in America and around the world for their color of skin. Where is the justice? A white woman poses as a black woman, funny how people of the other nations are forgiven of their bounty, in this case, Rachel Dolezal President of NAACP Chapter from Spokane Washington, the blacks embraced her, think about how often black women are ridiculed for trying to be white. Rachel may indeed be a great person with her exploits for the NAACP, but integrity in the public eyes is fundamental as well. Self-hatred among blacks You hate me, I hate me too… Black people always want to be something they are not, if they have one drop of Indian blood in them, then they are half Indian, we are what our fathers are, our lineage is determined by what nation our father is. It is like there is a lousy enigma with being associated with being black. Why should we hate the color of your skin? The texture of our hair? The Shape of your nose and lips. We are unique among the nations. Our looks are rare. The other countries are a carbon copy of each other in terms of beauty. If we were to embrace our naturalness, we would have the uniqueness everyone would desire.
We are the trendsetters, they copy our style. Through history and now today they want our full lips, our ample behinds, and tanned skin. Wake up people there is no reason to hate each other but appreciate our God-given Beauty. Are we suffering from amnesia? White supremacy, slavery, and colonization really did a job on the psyche of the people of color. They have convinced us that we are ugly, worthless, and inhuman. They copy our music, our style, our looks, our culture, but it is the self-hatred among ourselves that has become problematic or shall I say, “‘the elephant in the room.”
Every other nation of people supports their own in word and deed. With people of color (blacks) there is a defined perpetual race war with themselves. Even in this day and age, we are yet still slaves in our minds, actions, and deeds. We are the only people that look at light skin and dark skin among blacks as to different nationalities. I have seen many times – Light skin women speak against the more colored skin women as if they are dirt and not worthy and have witnessed darker skin women treat the lighter skin different because they felt they were better. So if the shoe fits wear it, this must stop we are all on the same ship sailing through life as the dark nation of people. To the average white person, we all are dark. The Truth I think the whole theory of light skin vs. dark skin is superfluous, stupid, and redundant. It lacks intelligence, perception, and common sense. Why does it matter? This whole thing was conceived through white supremacy, the enslavement of our people, it will never validate who we are as a people or nation.
Dark skin women are not placed on a pedestal, but light skinned black women are put on pedestals by other black people. In society, white women are the only ones that can claim ownership of the foundation worldwide. White supremacy is to blame having their images valued and celebrated over all other nations. Occasionally the mainstream will appreciate a none white woman or man this is on purpose. And it’s so sinister depriving a person of color of their privilege and immunity that uncritical folks can’t discern that they have been repeatedly told by media what they should prefer, who is beautiful, and what skin color is this internalized devaluation is a way of life. At the end of the day if your black, light, or dark, you will receive the same judgment. View by white standards, light by black standards.

My interview with Natasha, a fashion model

Q: Do you think white privilege exists? And if so, how has it affected your life? Natasha: Its really no secret in the fashion industry that white models are the most famous, there is a bias of white privilege as a white model. I got lots of work as a model and its because I am white. Q: How are the black models treated? Natasha: I think if it weren’t for affirmative action on behalf of black models, there would not be any black models. In a show in Paris over a year ago, I overheard a prominent designer (I won’t say his name) called black models “monkies” or colored tokens of appreciation not as someone really worthy to be a model. White women rule this industry, we got all the contracts, deals, and endorsements. Q: Is that a view that you share as well? Natasha: No not at all, you know I think you are one of the prettiest women with your beautiful eyes and I love your vanilla-ish- brownish skin. I also love Naomi Campbell; she is a lot darker than you. Q: Anything else you want to add about your white privilege? Natasha: Yes, I forgot to mention that with this privilege, I have been able to travel around the world and have my pick of me really wealthy men. I hope in time, things will change.

My interview with Bianca, a German, one of my best friends since childhood.

Q: Do you think “White Privilege” exists? Bianca: I think Racism exists that is really white privilege.  Q: Has white privilege affected your life? Bianca: There is also a hierarchy with white women, the blondes rule. So on that list with my dark hair and dark eyes, my place on the beauty list is at the end. I think that a lot of the privilege is based on your overall look like being skinny, but I noticed when I gained weight, no one looks at me anymore. Q: Do you think black women are judged more harshly because of skin color, other than white women? Bianca: Yes, in some cases, but I remember everyone was always in awe of you, so maybe it just with darker black women they experience so much more hatred. Q: As a white woman, honestly, how do people talk in presence as regards to black women? Bianca: There is still a lot of racism in the world, they speak against blacks all the time. The exception to the rule are the lighter ones who seem to get some praise, but in the trick bag, all are viewed as black with the same harsh treatments. Little do they know that the ones they despise are the very elect of God.

It seems as though the initial argument about slavery is the definite “racism” attached to it. But for centuries prior, my people have experienced racism. We as a people were in slavery before by several empires prior. Has anyone ever that of where the racism originated from? Or do we look into a narrow window never realizing we can open it all the way. What started the initial hate, the anger coming from a people (white people), hating us for no apparent reason just because of the color of our skin. Think about it what really makes the white woman next to you better? Is it because she is a few shades lighter, her hair is straighter, and her eyes are lighter? What really turned a skin color into a full out assault on black people? And this is the brown girl and boy dilemma.

Does the color of your skin give you inherent advantages around the world?

Through the adoption of racism – the white concession or privilege are provisos for the social order of privileges that benefit Nordic/Aryan people (white people) in countries where the populous is predominately white beyond what is commonly experienced by non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. The term designate advantages that white persons know they are the recipients of during slavery it was quit apparent. This is unspoken prejudice mixed with a bias account of being fortunate to receive advancement due to skin color. The conclusion can be seen in the recipients private, relationships, professional, relational, educational, occupations, and personal contexts. The concept of white privilege is universal not limited to a particular place in the earth through colonization it has spread to the four corners of the world.

1. White people earn more money… My interview with Daphne, she is a black hand model

Q: Do you think white people earn more money than black people? Daphne: Yes, I know in the modeling industry they do. Q: Explain ? Daphne: I make around 1000K for a photo shoot featuring my hands, while a lot of the white hand models make around 10000K per photo shoot. There is a lot of prejudice in the modeling industry, and that determines what we get as models.

2. Favored more in terms of getting a job… My interview with Derrick, a black man that holds a masters degree in accounting.

Q: With your masters degree has it been easy to find work? Derrick: No. They tell me I am over qualified or they have no work for me. Q: Why do you think that is? Derrick: Racism Q: Explain? Derrick: I went to a well known bank. I was interviewing for a job as a account manager. There was another guy there interviewing as well for the same position. We struck up a conversation, he let me know he had only a high school education with no banking experience. One week later, I received a letter stating that I was not chosen for this particular position, that my resume would be kept on file. A month later, I went to the bank for some business and I saw the same guy there, he was now the account manager. Now that is racism.

Families of color will soon make up a majority of the population, but most continue to fall behind whites in building wealth. In 1963, the average wealth of white families was $117,000 higher than the average wealth of nonwhite families. By 2013, the average wealth of white families was over $500,000 higher than the average wealth of African American families ($95,000) and of Hispanic families ($112,000) sources: Survey of Financial Characteristics of Consumers 1962 (December 31), Survey of Changes in Family Finances 1963, and Survey of Consumer Finances 1983–2013.

 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