A Warning to White America: The Black Warrior Queens Are Coming For You!

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Over the course of 20 years, I’ve studied a lot of issues and had to read a lot.  Racism is a problem that can only be stopped by destroying the biggest culprits of it: The White Man and The White Woman.  Both have employed hatred against darker skinned people around the word and inflicted emotional, psychological, mental, physical and spiritual anguish on innocent people that has had tremendous impact on Black people in succession throughout time.

As a Black woman who loves and cares about my culture and people; I take it absolutely personal.  Those who have followed my blog over the years, and those who knew my from Blackvoices, my words have always been sharp and deliberate.  They are weapons of destruction against the evil force that created White Supremacy.  The audacity of it is repugnant to my senses! On Twitter today, I announced that I  Am The Biggest Threat to White Supremacy That Ever Existed!  There is nothing supreme about “whiteness” in nature.  Everything that is vibrant and healthy has color.  White symbolizes inferiority or a deficiency.  And this is Caucasians personified.  They are a sick people, genetically, mentally, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually–The Walking Dead.  And we, the Original People of this planet, have had to endure this monster.  But now, I am having clear visions of an end for them that they are not anticipating.

Indulge me…

In Africa, African women played very significant roles in every area of society.  They also were powerful and fierce warriors.

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Candace or Kandake was the name given to any Queen or Empress of Ethiopia by the Europeans, and these great woman were seen to be wives of the Gods or the living God!

Candace of 332 BC has a particular story that still should stand tall today. Despite the lack of knowledge of these Queens this legend made it’s way out.

Her actual name was said to be Amanirenas. She was blind in one eye due to losing it in a battle with the Romans. She was known to be a fierce, tactical and uniting leader.

Alexander the Great had reached Kemet (Ancient Egypt) and was gearing up to battle into Ethiopia. Alexander never fought Candace though and there are a few accounts as to why.

Tengaged rounded up these two accounts:

The wildly accepted view one given by Chancellor Williams who wrote ” The Destruction of Black Civilzation” is that upon hearing Alexander the great coming Empress Candace, or Amanirenas, gathered her black troops, lined them up across the first cataract along with herself and stood on top of two African Elephants on a throne and waited for Alexander to show up. Alexander the “great”, didn’t want to chance a loss and give up his undefeated winning streak. He definitely didn’t want to lose it to a woman so once seeing the black Queen on her Elephants and her black armies along with her, Alexander the “great” halted his armies at the first cataract, and turned back up into Egypt. Once he saw the deadly military tactician in all her glory and her black army with the latest iron weapons, he decided against an invasion and turned around.

The Dahomey Amazons or Mino was an all-female military regiment of the Fon people of the Kingdom of Dahomey in the present-day Republic of Benin. They existed from the 17th century to the end of the 19th century. While European narratives refer to the women soldiers as “Amazons,” because of their similarity to the semi-mythical Amazons of ancient Anatolia, they called themselves Ahosi (king’s wives) or Mino (our mothers) in the Fon language.

The Ahosi were extremely well trained, and inculcated with a very aggressive attitude. They were ferocious fighters with a reputation for decapitating soldiers in the middle of battle, as well as those who were unfortunate to become their captives.

You see this trait in Black women today.  Yes.  When we get angry, we take souls!

The current condition of this country leads one to envision such action as being necessary to return stability back to our communities. For we are dealing with an enemy who will not capitulate and seems to act on presumption of the true nature of Black people.

Life has taught me that you can’t be nice to white people–you have to hurt or kill them.

The Black woman was the first mother and queen of this planet.  We are natural protectors of our people. And if threatened, we will not hesitate to defend our people, by any means necessary.

The Black Woman is the secret weapon among our people and when it is time; warrior queens will come against our enemy as they did in ancient times.

This is the offense, White America is not prepared for.

I smirk at this thought…

 

 

 

The Black Experience Is Not A Game You Play On Xbox!

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Lawd!

I’m very quick when I get irritated but this young cat gets my RESPECT!

Ah, Hotep.  Not being comical but as you progress in the post, you’ll over-stand the greeting.

To set the preface, he’s talking to the ethics of certain people out here reppin’ Black empowerment, i.e., The Scribes, Black Hebrew Israelites, Dr. Umar Johnson, Irritated Genie, Red Pill and Blue Pill,et al; and the motivation of this video, one David Banner. He’s now joined the organized cabal of street, so called, “enlightened” hustlers out there using Black history as a come-up to wealth that either they don’t have the education or talent to make for themselves.  So their strategy has now become to pimp poor Black people with information that many could find on their own if they would just pay a visit to their local library.

When I listened to this…I was blown away.  Check it out for your selves and leave your comments below.

Was he right?

Dr. Umar Johnson Talks Man to MAN about Interracial Dating/Marriage…

 

For many years, this topic continues to dominate discussions.  I’ve written numerous articles on it.  And I really could GO THERE!  However, when I did, it was always typical: a group of Black men, mainly those guilty of this, always seemingly tried to hack the discussion–and per usual, the Black women that responded would be angry and unrepentant in their opposition to it.

However, it’s very different when a man weighs in.

Dr. Umar Johnson is very blunt about how he feels on Black issues.  He is unapologetically BLACK!!!  And after listening to the video; I felt that he hit on some very important points.

So, listen to it, and I invite rebuttals.

Birth of A Nation Flopped! What Killed It?

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Filmmaker’s Controversial Past Takes Its Toll On ‘Birth Of A Nation’ At The B.O.

Well, for those of you still pondering whether or not to go see Nate Parker’s Birth of a Nation, if you go by its weekend box office debut, it might motivate you to not go.

What happened?

For months, this movie was all over the news.  It’s director/producer and star, Nate Parker was in high rotation promoting the movie. He did a lot of ground work to get the movie made. But right around the time the movie received a standing ovation at the Sun Dance Movie Festival; and was sold to Fox Searchlight for 17 million.  There was high hopes.  Many were sure this mostly Black movie cast was headed for Oscars.  And then…the white chick happened.  A dead white chick at that.  Apparently, 17 years ago, Nate Parker  and a friend were accused of raping a young 19 year old white co-ed  while she was passed out at Penn State.  There was a trial, Nate was acquitted.  The jury felt that his sexual involvement with the young woman was consensual but his friend’s involvement was not. Nate got on with his life.  The accuser committed suicide 12 years later.

Nate Parker has been in over 15 movies after this incident.  This issue was never challenged before but when he decided to make a movie–on his own about Nat Turner, one of the greatest leaders to ever lead a slave rebellion in 1831 in Southhampton Country, Virginia; all of this surfaced.  Why now?  It’s not typical for a filmmaker’s past to influence success of their movie but this incident has been the focal point of every press interview he’s been in from the Toronto Film Festival, Good Morning America and 60 Minutes.

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Many believe that the negativity of the rape case is what has hurt it from crossing over into broader audiences.  60% of the ticket buyers were African American.

The exit polls for the movie have been good, so what killed it?

Yes, Nate Parker has a white wife.  And some Black people have spoken about and pondered how a man not married to a Black woman could portray such a strong Black figure.  But many women began protesting the movie.  Including Black women at that. They stated the rape charge as the reason why they couldn’t support the movie.  Yet, is this really about rape or something else?  I just can’t understand how Black women can protest Nate Parker but not see how white racists used them–AGAIN to destroy a Black man.

The second reason that may be for the backlash is that there are white men killed in this movie.

We are in a war.  There is an agenda to portray Black men in a certain kind of way. This film is about an uprising at a very critical time in our history.  Some among us have an issue with Black men being seen in a masculine way.  With recent violence taking the lives of so many, this film could have been a justification to properly cement the anger toward the establishment’s insistence on reigniting White Supremacy.

I still might go see the movie.  It’s an important part of our history.

Nate Parker used his own money to make this movie.  Supporting him is a matter of choice but standing up for what this movie stands for, is a matter of principal.

This is artistry at its best.

Will Black people save it?

That would make the biggest statement of all.

 

 

What Role Do You Play in Your Own Black Identity?

Red Pill Has an interesting take on the Jesse Williams Speech

This question needs to be asked today.  Seriously.

I’ve heard so many debates lately on colorism after the BET awards.  I support anyone who has an opinion that comes from the heart and want to discuss it intellectually.  Everyone does not have the same thought about a topic.

Black people are outraged about the speech because he’s not a full Negro in the eyes of many in the community.  And white people are mad because, well, he spoke uppity to their whiteness!

The audacity!

However, when it comes to race, as relates to Black people, what makes us Black?  Does our skin tone alone define it or is it deeper than melanin?

After the powerful speech of Jesse Williams, I took some time to listen to many of the conversations it sparked.

I was disheartened to hear many Black people reject the speech because of their dislike or hatred for biracials.  The politics of being someone mixed with two races that provoke certain hostilities, curiosities, and even jealousies of being privy to two distinct groups that can give such people power that a Black person with monolithic parents doesn’t have.

And let me just get to the real point: Many Black people have low self-esteem.  Many have become the Nigger that white people wished them to be.

Biracials are being promoted silently, as The New Negro.  Social engineering, in large part, has played a part in how we are defining who we are as a people.  But by whose definition? What have we allowed in our brains?  AND THIS IS THE SEGUE TO THE QUESTION WITHIN THE TITLE:

Why do we care so much what white people think?  Why do proud Black people take the opinion of white folks as the gospel for who we are to become?

Everyone who has studied slavery and colonialism is aware of why light-skinned/biracial people exist.  RAPE.  Love had nothing to do with their genesis.

What white people have figured out is, the best way to destroy Black people, is through genetic warfare.  Intermixing with white people is the most effective way to eliminate the whole race.  It is a universal concept.  And the sad part is: that Black people, particularly those with low self-esteem and inferiority,  capitulate subliminally, thus, participating in the demise of the group as a whole.

Interracial marriage is a weapon against the Black family.

The reaction that Black people are having is a legitimate concern.  It’s saying to the elites: We are not blind to what you are doing.

But let’s be honest, many Black men and women who are getting in relationships with whites, are not being forced.  They are willingly participating and don’t have a care in the world as to how WE feel.

I’ve said it over and over and over for many years…that until Black people get a hold of the mental enslavement that is operating in millions of us, we cannot rise.

White people have no power over us.  It is the weakness within the minds of many Black people that is the enemy.  The voice that keeps telling you that…”you’re not good enough. You’re not smart enough.  You’re not attractive enough.  YOU’RE NOT WHITE!”  That damn white consciousness that is controlling your actions, is what is the problem.

Don’t get mad at Jesse Williams.

Face the real enemy!

And What Will Be Our Response?

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Every single day, there is something challenging us.

If it’s not what it’s being said about us, it’s direct confrontation on our culture.

We are in a state of emergency whether people want to believe that or not.

There have many days in which I envision some kind of attack, and what our response will be.

Dr. Umar Johnson, noted Clinical Psychologist and lecturer, has stated publicly that the government is creating disturbances on purpose as some kind of “test run” on the public.  And why is that?  To impose Martial Law on Black people.  Basically, to have a reason to wipe us out.  That’s always been the plan of the white establishment.

Everyone has been protesting.  I saw an image yesterday of those who marched on Ferguson last year and I can only wonder what will be the follow-up.  Will they implement a strategy and plan of attack to achieve their goals? And just what are they?

People are so quick to join the bandwagon, but no one ever checks to see if the brakes work before the crash.

We are a people divided.  No one can agree to a separate agenda to rally around.

All of the players are out for themselves and could care less whom they use to achieve notoriety.

Black people are a mess right now and or enemy knows it.  They just keep intensifying their tactics, just to see how we’ll respond, and frankly, it’s very clear that many Black people aren’t prepared for such an onslaught of attack.  They know it too.

We are not a community anymore.  More than any other group, Black people practice radical individualism.  I got mine…you get yours.  That’s the mentality, and just look at where it’s gotten us: we no longer talk to our neighbors.  We don’t help our families. Everything we do has a price.  And just what do Black people invest in?

Still yet, we blame white folks and white supremacy for all of our downfalls.  Is it really their fault totally, or should we bear some accountability?

The basic truth here: Many of us are afraid to confront white people.  And this has been a major weakness, so much so, white men have become arrogant in their disrespect towards our women and children.

Psychologically speaking, a person who is willing to be disrespected in order to be accepted, is a person who has little self-respect.

So what do we do?

We gotta close ranks.  We have to stop tolerating cowards.

Everything we are is because of what we accept.  And it is simply unacceptable for Black people to keep condoning the disrespect on our community and people.

I’m not afraid to fight.  The images in my mind are violent.  There is an immediate responsibility that needs to be charged here.  If freedom means that I must sacrifice who I am in order to protect my enemy’s feelings, it won’t happen.

In the immortal words of Dr. Martin Luther King: “If peace means accepting second class citizenship, then I don’t want it. If peace means keeping my mouth shut in the midst of evil and injustice, then I don’t want it. If peace means being complacent and accepting the status quo, then I don’t want it. If peace means being passive, then I don’t want it. If peace means a willingness to be exploited and humiliated, then that’s the kind of peace that I don’t want—-DR. KING (from his speech in Louisville Kentucky , 1956)

Until the Black man, the Black woman, and the Black family is unified, there will be NO REVOLUTION!

Agreed.