I have met brothers and sisters that make an effort to be conscious but they ignore history. One example that is vivid in my mind was when I was told by a brother that the Bible is the white man’s book. Before asking him for any proof of his statement (You just cant allow for someone to make a statement as fact without showing proof! See, 1st Thessalonians 5:21). I asked him why then was our people forbidden from reading the Bible during chattel slavery?He had no response. If we were to really examine, it is the same reason that a movie like “The Birth of a Nation” of 2016 is censored from our people, because it will bring scriptures to light that you never thought existed.
I proceeded to tell the brother that the Bible is not the white man’s book instead it is our history. From within the pages of the Holy Scriptures we read together prophecies that spoke of transatlantic slave trade. More importantly, the reason that slavery was brought upon our people. For it is often a question that so called Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans Indians ask themselves. Why did these things happen to us or Why do we suffer these things? Our experiences shape us to who we become. At times this builds unfounded bias against what could be beneficial to us. This is why we must approach our history with what we know first to be fact before we could truly learn our own greatness.
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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.
On July 4th (a week ago) many of our people participated in celebrating Independence Day without regard to their history. How soon they were reminded of their past! With the death of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile our people were brought back to the reality that has existed for centuries. Ironically anyone that doesn’t ignore history would have known the fact that July 4th 1776 is not the date that congress Declared their independence. Slavery began in the late 1500’s in this land that would become known as United States of America. Slavery is so deeply rooted that in the birth of this nation the authors of their document of “liberty” rejected to denounce the slave trade. Why would any descendant of slaves participate in the Satanic revelings of this nation? We know some of our people do it out of ignorance but look around, can’t you tell this is not your rest? Why do they hate you so much? You need to wake up and find out who you are and why these things are happening. Read the Slavery Flyer to start you on the right path towards peace.
In this picture you could see in the background how guns were always used against our people by those upholding the “laws” of the land. Most do not know that laws were written against our people to this very day. Slavery is still legal according to the Constitution of America. The caption below shows how the scripture said a Fugitive slave should have been treated (Deuteronomy 23:15-16) also how they do not uphold their own laws such as how slavery was a contradiction to the Declaration of Independence.