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 …
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Our people have the ability to be trendsetters when it comes to fashion, music, slang, etc.. However for what is important they follow trends. Droves will search the internet for “Black History Month” or something related. Memes (which means to imitate) will be posted on Facebook and other social websites associated to “Black” historical facts, but why now? One obvious reason is because this society dictates to them when they could discuss and share their own history. Although several governments recognize the month of February as Black History Month and use it as a tool for propaganda; criticism and debates are often the results of discussing black history.
Naturally that would be; since this generation is the offspring of a global society that suppressed black history. This fact is the reason why in the early 1900’s a historian by the name of Carter G. Woodson realized how difficult it was to learn about Black History, giving him the idea to start Negro History Week. Today our people are often reminded that they were in Slavery. Although they are so close to the key that will open a door of a history that is rich; corporations and governments are invested in keeping their history obscure. Thus as the historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson stated “The Mis-Education of the Negro” is the purpose present for Black History Month. If there is fake news and they are making a big deal out of it, you know there is fake history being used as a weapon against our people. If you know that Slavery was at least true, use this as a starting point to learning your true history.