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How African Americans Have Become A Permanent Minority In South Carolina

sunnubian ·
(Actually these tactics have been consistently used since the 70's, in EVERY STATE, but especially in any areas with large Black and/or minority populations, but also in parts of the country that don't have large Black/and/or minority populations merely to keep those minorities disenfranchised from and/or powerless in America's political processes and outcomes.) i.e., It's not ONLY South Carolina.) (See "Gerrymandering") Need to Know, January 20, 2012: Voting, power and South Carolina...
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The intellectual BLACKOUT - You say AMEN after you Pray...why, where does it come from?

Aristoblack ·
There is one thing about being black that never ends---having to prove you're a human being again and again and again...I had a collegue at work who must have been so infuriated by the idea of the blackman being the origin of the word (AMEN), that he...
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT/This page explains the Reality about the following.

Afroman ·
AFRICA ; - A typical name of a Roman General, full name : Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus-Minor of the Romans, (185 to 129 B.C.) was the adopted grand son of Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus (senior), who was a Roman Major (237 to 183...
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Re: The intellectual BLACKOUT - You say AMEN after you Pray...why, where does it come from?

Kocolicious ·
I am.... and I agree. There are a lot of things that "massa" will not acknowledge regarding our rich culture....if only black people knew how much of our "history" European/Asian conquerors have stolen...[what a difference it would make if the REAL truth came out]....that's why I always question "massa" interpretation of history...cuz HE'S A LIAR...especially when it comes to telling the real Truth about our affect on world history...and this is why it is called [his]tory instead of calling...
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Re: The intellectual BLACKOUT - You say AMEN after you Pray...why, where does it come from?

Oshun Auset ·
Esu is also the 'keeper of the CROSS roads', the carrier of messages between the biosphere and the divinisphere in Ifa/Yoruba. The Yoruba travelled from the Nile Valley region into their current location in West Africa(Togo, Benin, Nigeria) around 2000(or more) years ago, mixing with the indigenous Nok culture... Esu can be found from the Mende in the north(Sene-Gambia) to the Kongo Ndongo(Angola) in the south, and everywhere in between. When the white man came, they demonized Esu and said...
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Re: How African Americans Have Become A Permanent Minority In South Carolina

EbonyRose ·
House Representative Jesse Jackson, Jr. of Chicago has been advocating (and introducing formal legislation in Congress) for over a decade for an amendment to the Constitution that would federally legislate and guarantee EVERY CITIZEN the right to vote equally. Most people don't know (or care) nor support his proposals (by being politically engaged in the process) by insisting that their representatives approve this bill. But, I can't think of a better way to avoid all these attacks to the...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
I think Jesus gets so tired of our shit, he meanders over to the North Pole to visit Santa Claus. That's why the world's so fucked up. He's tired and through.
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Kocolicious ·
Of course there is a political reason. And it's a global one. Massa had to represent a civil "god" ideology. After the fact that he conquered near damn all of the world at his peak time in history, he stole everything else. Why not adopt christianity. Surely, since during the Roman days-their world of pederasty, war and slavery were collapsing because of their missing empathy for women. Their whole kingdom like many others during their day was based on the praise of the male form. Sodomy...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
It's alright to adopt a religion if that's what one wants to do; but religion and God's not working when everything Satanic has taken over. The religious fanatics and Jesus freaks need to stfu. The people of the world are murdering everything breathing and hating Black folks so damn much, that soon, none of us will give a FUCK. We'll just turn our backs and wave our non-existing tails at all of you hating U.G.L.Y. assholes and tell you "If you can find it, KISS it". Compliments of EVERYTHING...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Kocolicious ·
I hear ya but for me? It's not religion when it is not FREEDOM to think and feel how you want. This ideology is so confusing and that is why people are KILLING and murdering each other cuz the soul is in a quandary. What the fock? Oh so priest can commit sodomy on a baby boy or child brides are legal to marry cuz of a man-made religion that is not equal to every soul, heart and spirit it reaches? It should be equality in that and it is not. As why the world...earth is reaping havoc climate...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
There's some toxic gas flying into the atmosphere right now, that's going to take these "humans" 4 something or another years/months to plug. People have been uprooted from their homes. These "people" think they can drop bombs on people, mistreat them, abuse them, terrorize them, rape them, turn them into immigrants with no place to go, without repercussions. There's a PRICE TO BE PAID for everything we do. We get away with NOTHING. Count that money White Folks. Hope it tastes good when...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

sunnubian ·
" Christianity is but stolen Kemetic / Egyptian religious philosophy and spirituality , including its rituals and beliefs, reframed in an Aryan image is the subject of the following presentation.": KEMET (Egyptian) - (Began 4,000 BCE) The Mysteries The Sem, or mythical representations The Ritual as the book.of resurrection The sayings of Iu or Iu-em-hetep Huhi the father in heaven as the eternal, a title of Atum-Ra Ra, the holy spirit Ra the father of Iu the Su, or son of God, with the hawk...
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Momentum ·
Christian - (Began 200 BCE)?? I thought Jesus was born 2-4 BC and died 33 AD (in the year of the lord - latin anno domini ). There was no Christian faith 200 BCE (Before Christian Era or Before Common Era) Any way good info that needs to be more common knowledge.
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Re: Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

Norland ·
Whatever Jesus has done, whenever he did it, however he's coming back, he'd better get here soon, because all the messages he's ever sent have not been taken seriously. Folks are really swell at Praise Dancing, though, and that's about it!!! He's not going to be happy at all this slaughtering and hatred going on. Nope!!!!
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Boy's A Capella Performance for Pope Francis Will Give You Goosebumps.

Fabulous ·
Boy's A Capella Performance for Pope Francis Will Give You Goosebumps foxnews   A 14-year-old singing sensation blew the crowd away with an amazing a capella performance for Pope Francis at the Festival of Families in Philadelphia.  ...
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Khokhmah and Sophia

Oshun Auset ·
Wisdom goddesses are a primary survival of Goddess consciousness within patriarchal systems. In an intact Goddess cosmology, Wisdom is not sharply differentiated from other divine qualities. In that sense the separation is artificial, and typical of...
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Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue

sunnubian ·
Controversy Over Black Baby Jesus Shows Depiction of Christ Is Still a Politically-Charged Issue This black doll in the nativity scene on display in MP Lizzie Blandthorn’s Pascoe Vale office has some locals seeing red. People often argue that it shouldn’t matter what color Jesus Christ is, but hackles are raised when he is portrayed as anything other than white. This is what’s happening in Pascoe Vale, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, which has generated controversy by displaying a nativity...
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Re: African human sacrifices in London......

Fagunwa ·
I was born in Ile Ife,Nigeria and I am there at least seven times a year. As is the usual case on this board, you didn't read what I posted. Why don't you try that and then maybe you wont need the propaganda. Oh and Benin has traditional religion as it's State religion,but you should know that as you are the voice for African news as long as it fits your views. Second, this nonsense is not my religion, nor did I advocate the murder of children or anyone else. Once again read what I posted...
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Re: African human sacrifices in London......

Oshun Auset ·
Henry, you kill me. Why don't you clear up the thieves, con-men, child molesters, child traffickers ect. in the X-tian community? Or is it just their behavior as individuals when X-tians do evil things to their fellow human beings? The biggest pentacostal preacher in Kenya was just recently found to be trafficking children to Europe via his church connections with the West. Also, I could have sworn the 1st article posted said some PASTORS and others have killed children because they said...
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Re: Q & A for any Muslim and Christian to answer

urbansun ·
[quote]If you believe in the Trinity's, how can Jesus be God? Does God not transcends Time (measurement of change), Matter (anything involving a occupant of space), and Space (measurement from one distances to another)? In other words, God is omnipresent, immaterial, and Omnipotent,, how can Jesu
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