The history and present day terror forced upon our ancestors and now us.
The United States original terrorists still walks the streets, he still is sitting in congress seats, he is still teaching our children lies.
The racist terror given at the hands of white people, the white people of this country who have sold their souls to a fallen angel named the Devil.
You are NOT forgiven for all the atrocities you’ve committed against my people across the world – may you eternally burn in hell.
Just to be clear – I am a Back & white mixed woman living in the United States – Los Angeles.
I love my white Mother – she is one of the kindest, giving and loving person’s I have ever known. She is part of the group of white people who sees color (doesn’t say that ignorant things like, I don’t see color). We do come in different colors, and most Black proud people want to be seen as Black.
You have those non-black people who have unconscious racist curiosities of Blacks – like the white women who wants to sleep with Black men. They have been seen images of the Black male in all his magnificence, they’ve heard the stories of Black men and they’re you know what in which it makes them seek out our men for their “erotic pleasures”.
Now I am not saying Black men don’t go after these non-black women as well. The images which have been fed to us via media – you know – European standards of beauty to which comes the lighter skinned and straight weaved, mixed group of blacks who are thought as to be the more attractive – acceptable by (white) society. This unfortunately has made some Black males regard Black in its natural form is not attractive.
When we were in Africa we were Queens and were the most sought out women. The Black women and men were the original and chosen one’s of this world – by God. We have to teach our children the greatness in which we come from. We birthed this world, including Europe and Asia.
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Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont has announced plans to block $650 million in military aid to Egypt after an Egyptian court sentenced to death 683 alleged supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, including the group’s spiritual leader Mohamed Badie. Leahy, who chairs the Senate subcommittee that oversees foreign aid, described the judicial proceedings as a “sham trial.” Leahy’s announcement comes a week after the Obama administration said it would ease the suspension of military aid to Egypt that followed the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi last year. In another controversial move, an Egyptian court has banned the April 6 movement, a pro-democracy group that played a key role in the popular uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak in 2011. We get an update on these developments live from Cairo with Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous. We also speak with Mohamed Soudan, the exiled Foreign Relations Secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood.