In the Beginning …

Years ago, (in this post) we discussed how Black History Month has become a propaganda tool for governments and corporations to keep our people in ignorance. The above quote from Dr. Carter G. Woodson is so true; when a race has no history the life of such is little regarded. Zechariah 11:5 “Whose possessors slay them, and hold themselves not guilty: and they that sell them say, Blessed be the LORD; for I am rich: and their own shepherds pity them not.” Proof is in the countless murders that were video recorded and the media gave little value to the life of those killed by their tarnished reporting.

In the beginning, Carter G. Woodson meant to help our people discover their past, by creating “Negro History Week”. Obviously his idea has expanded to the month of February and it has been hijacked by mainstream media. In this age were information is widely available, big corporations spend millions in advertising for business interests and as a tool for censuring truth. The creator of this tradition showed us that we have the power to seek our own history and forward the truth to future generations. He provided us with an example by stating, “The Hebrew keenly appreciated the value of tradition, as is attested by the Bible itself. In spite of worldwide persecution, therefore, he is a great factor in our civilization.”. Unfortunately for Dr. Woodson he did not come to the realization that he was a Hebrew and that within the Bible itself was his history.

The propagandist make us believe that our history is only worth noting within this past century. The furthermost they are willing to go within our history is slavery and that is because this painful time could not be forgotten by us. However slavery is a great start for us to learn about history! Since we could learn about our true nationality as the children of Israel; which will lead us to learning everything about ourselves from the beginning. Visit our Radio Station that contains music and classes about our history.