The whites man religeon

 Posted by Ogbomah Justin on April 20, 2014 at 8:05 PM 

Africans Do Not Have the Experience to be Pope -Pope Benedict's Brother The elder brother of the now resigned Pope Benedict XVI has dashed the hopes of Africans at producing the next pope. On an interview on CNN, Monsignor Georg Ratzinger, said as follows;


I am certain a Pope will come from the new continents, but whether it would be now I have my doubts, in Europe we have many very able people and the Africans are still not so well known and maybe do not have the experience yet, I believe in later years Popes will come from different countries, different parts of the world, at the moment I believe the Pope should be European?

A Ghanaian, Cardinal Peter Turkson, has been seen as a favorite to be the next pope by various media organizations. Even the name of Nigeria's Cardinal Arinze has been mentioned. But if Monsignor Ratzinger's comments are anything to go by, that may be a pipe dream. Regards. Ogbomah Akpobomowei Justin wrote: This white people impose christainity on africans, and now after centuaries of africans practicing christainity they are saying we are not exprience enough to become popes why? Indirectly they mean we are slaves so we cannot rule over them. Which now means the gospel they preach is doing us no good whereas the preacher is benefiting from it.


"We could not be Afrikans and slaves at the same time; we could not hold onto our Afrikan identity, our Afrikan selves, knowledge of our Afrikan culture, and be enslaved -- the subordinates of another people. It is only when that knowledge is removed, erased, degraded, stolen, taken and distorted that we lose our identity. It is then that an identity is placed upon us by another people and by
external forces. Therefore, a lack of self-knowledge is a lack of self-awareness. A lack of self-awareness is an insensitivity to the self. But an insensitivity in the self is also an insensitivity to reality and to the outside world. Without the sensitivity of the
outside world and the self, we are left to blindly stumble from one point to another."Amos N. Wilson
Afrikan-Centered Consciousness Versus The New World Order

Psalm 123:2 (New International Version (NIV)): As the eyes of slaves look to the hand of their master, as the eyes of a maid look to the hand of her mistress, so our eyes look to the LORD our God, till he shows us his mercy.
Ephesians 6:4-6: Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord. Slaves, obey your earthly masters with respect and fear, and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey Christ. Obey them not only to win their favor when their eye is on you, but like slaves of Christ, doing the will of God from your heart.
Ephesians 6:5:Slaves, obey your earthly masters with respect and fear, and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey Christ.
Ephesians 6:9:And masters, treat your slaves in the same way. Do not threaten them, since you know that he who is both their Master and yours is in heaven, and there is no favoritism with him.
Colossians 3:22:Slaves, obey your earthly masters in everything; and do it, not only when their eye is on you and to win their favor, but with sincerity of heart and reverence for the Lord.
Colossians 4:1:Masters, provide your slaves with what is right and fair, because you know that you also have a Master in heaven.
Titus 2:9:Teach slaves to be subject to their masters in everything, to try to please them, not to talk back to them,
1 Peter 2:18:Slaves, submit yourselves to your masters with all respect, not only to those who are good and considerate, but also to those who are harsh.
Slaveowners would read these verses to slaves as part of the worship services that they allowed (and controlled) as a means of encouraging the proper attitude among their slaves. Based upon these isolated verses, slaveowners claimed that the Bible supported slavery and taught slaves to be obedient to their masters.



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So this is saying that the "Master" is the Africans' Kick-Ass Jesus Christ during life's journey or something to that effect.


Damn, White folks are sugar and spice and EVERYTHING nice and Africans are sticks and snails and puppy dog tails.  I get it.  As far as I can see only crazy ass white men can elevate themselves to Sainthood.  When white folks die, God must suffer major migraines looking at these "folks" if Satan doesn't get 'em first.

Ratzinger had to step down from Pope because he was busted for enabling pederasts in their church. He lacks an ordinary  moral center. He is an ignorant man who seems unaware that Jesus Christ was an African. Maybe Ratzinger would like to disqualify Jesus on the same grounds. Ratzinger is a degraded sinner and should be excommunicated in 10 seconds beginning now 10...9....8....

Catholic Church may have already had a black pope

David Gibson, Religion News Service5:01 p.m. EST March 1, 2013


'The early papacy was not white, it was much more diverse,' says a historian of African-American Catholicism.


Ghanaian cardinal Peter Turkson is frequently mentioned amid all the speculation about who might succeed Pope Benedict XVI. If picked, some would see him as the first African and the first black pontiff in the nearly 2,000-year history of the papacy.

But in all that time has there really never been a black pope? Or an African pope? It depends on what you mean by "black" and by "African."

It can seem to the contemporary mind that the papacy is a purely European institution, and predominantly an Italian one to boot. In fact, the early popes reflected the diversity of the early church — a community that was born in the Middle East and spread around the Mediterranean basin, from Greece to Rome and the Iberian peninsula and with great success to North Africa.

"North Africa was the Bible Belt of early Christianity," said Christopher Bellitto, a church historian at Kean University in New Jersey. "Carthage was the buckle," he added, referring to the city located in modern-day Tunisia.

So it should be no surprise that three early popes hailed from that region: the 14th pope, Victor I (circa 189-198 A.D.); the 32nd pope, Miltiades (311-314 A.D.); and the 49th pope, Gelasius I (492-496 A.D.).

According to the sixth-century Liber Pontificalis, the earliest known record of the popes, Victor was from North Africa, while Miltiades and Gelasius likely were born in Rome to families of African origin.

Interestingly, Victor was the first pope to speak Latin because Christians in Rome were still using Greek in the liturgy. As one historian has written, it was "remarkable ... that Latin should have won recognition as the language of African Christianity from the outset, while the Roman church was still using Greek."

But were these three African popes "black" in the sense that we would define race today? And did it matter back then?

The Rev. Cyprian Davis, a Benedictine priest who is a leading historian of African-American Catholicism, notes that by Pope Victor's time, the Roman aristocracy had large holdings in North Africa. It's not clear, however, whether these so-called African popes came from those families or from the rural, somewhat darker-skinned indigenous population known as the Berbers.

Davis said the best bet for what we would consider a "black" pope is probably Victor, but he added that the church and the empire of those early centuries were a mosaic of colors and ethnicities.

"It's important for us to look and say that yes, the early papacy was not white. No, it was much more diverse than you might think," Davis said.

Moreover, race as we think of it today did not have quite the same meaning back then.

"When you say 'black pope,' you have to think Roman Empire, not African-American," as Bellitto put it. Some popes in those days — along with many renowned saints and martyrs and bishops like St. Augustine of Hippo — probably looked more like modern Arabs than any pontiff of the last millennium.

Still, if the cardinals elect Turkson or another cardinal from sub-Saharan Africa, any of them would represent a historic first for the church, geographically and racially. Africa is one of the fastest growing centers of global Catholicism.

"I don't want to say that we blacks have arrived again, and what was once, now we're back!" said Davis with a soft laugh. But, he continued, "I'm sure black Catholics like myself would think it's a wonderful thing."

This "racial" bs has gone overboard. "White" men have sired so many "White" in appearance Africans over the centuries, there were probably many "Blacks" in the Klan they never had a CLUE.  "White" in appearance Africans are allllllllllllll over America, and beyond, lying like rugs.  The entire "White" race needs mandatory DNA tests so we can stop talking about RACE and after the results are in, heaps of them can go sign themselves into the nearest mental instutions and STFU or commit "harry carry", whichever comes first!!!!!!! 

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