AMOS WILSON Speaks on the Continuation of Black Slavery

Submitted by by Ras Jahaziel
Amos Wilson speaks on the continuation of Black slavery in the present day, illustrating how the behaviors that were implanted by the slave system persist today and serve to keep Black bondage in place.
Produced by Ras Jahaziel with paintings created by Ras Jahaziel


  • Worth a read…..very informative.

    some snippets….

    WHEREAS, by an Act of the Legislature of the Republic of Liberia of February 16, 1864, entitled, An Act authorising the President to adopt measures to encourage emigration to Liberia from the West Indian Islands the President is authorized to enter into arrangements to increase the population of Liberia by renewing the invitation extended in 1862 to persons of African descent in West Indian Islands, to come and settle in Liberia, and by aiding worthy and industrious persons in the same islands to emigrate.

    President Warner’s words would ring very positive in many Barbadian ears. This was their sense of their destiny. People such as Samuel Jackman Prescod, London Bourne, Thomas Cummins, William Simeon Wilkey, James T.Wiles and Anthony Barclay Jr. had been promoting this identity and this cause for several years, as was concretised in the resolutions passed by the Barbados African Colonisation Society on the 23rd of February, 1850 . The Times followed the Liberian President’s proclamation with an article on Liberia tracing the history of the Republic and recommended it far in advance of any other settlement for the coloured peoples who are solicited as emigrants.

    Dr. Mc Lain arrived in Barbados on the 11th of March 1865 and was met by a large deputation of the emigrant organisations. The day before, March 10th, The Times reported that The Fatherland Union, the organisation which London Bourne supported and served as Treasurer, was reconstituting itself as an official affiliate of the American Colonisation Society, and was named the Barbadian Colonisation Society. Mr. Anthony Barclay was named as Chairman. The newspaper recorded that there were three objects of the Society: 1) to select a certain number of impoverished coloured families from the middle class, of suitable ability and character, to assist in civilisation; 2) to obtain the necessary funds for emigrating; 3) to secure a suitable locality for them to settle down in Liberia

    According to the manifest of the Cora the occupations of the Barbadians were principally agricultural and artisanal. Seventeen men were listed as planters and seven as farmers.

    This paean was followed by a letter recorded by the African Repository of the ACS dated the 13th of May 1865:
    Liberia, May 13th, 1865

    My Dear Mr. B.:

    I feel much pleasure in conveying these few lines to you. We arrived at Monrovia on the 10th of the above month, after 34 days passage. We would have reached here sooner, but we met with nearly eight days calm. We waited upon His Excellency, the President, and were so kindly received that we (the Committee) had the honor of taking a glass of wine with His Excellency in the State Hall. Liberia is a great place. I shall soon be able to write and tell you all about this great Continent. We are very comfortable, etc.; except a slight cold, all are well. The President has directed that our lands of 25 acres shall be laid off on Monday 16th on the Careyburg Road, about 20 miles from Monrovia, which is the best locality for us. A special service was called for on Sunday, the 14th, at the Parish Church, by Professor Crummell, which was handsomely responded to. You will excuse me until I can write to you more fully.

    Yours sincerely, John R.


  • Sierra Leone (capital Freetown) is also worth looking at as well.

    That country predates Liberia (capital Monrovia) and was a colony of the United Kingdom until 1961.

    It was formed by the British after their defeat in America.

    Similar thinking at work …… what to do with freed slaves.

    A third alternative was the integration into American, West Indian and Canadian societies.

    We don’t think much about the origins of those two African countries.


  • ORIGIN OF CAUCASIANS( cauc- white/ pale)

    Genetic Proof that Europeans/ Caucasians are Albinos who migrated from Central Asia to Europe:

    How Europeans evolved white skin
    – By Ann Gibbons Apr. 2, 2015.
    ” The modern humans who came out of Africa to originally settle Europe about 40,000 years are presumed to have had dark skin. which is advantageous in sunny latitudes. The new data confirm that about 8500 years ago,early hunter-gatherers in Spain, Luxembourg, and Hungary also had darker skin: They did not have mutations in two genes—SLC24A5 and SLC45A2—that lead to depigmentation and, therefore, pale skin (Albinism) in Europeans today. 
    But in the far north—where low light levels would favor pale skin—the team found a different picture in hunter-gatherers: Seven people from the 7700-year-old Motala archaeological site in southern Sweden had both light skin gene variants, SLC24A5 and SLC45A2. They also had a third gene, HERC2/OCA2, which causes blue eyes and may also contribute to light skin and blonde hair. ”

    MUTATION of the a number of genes linked to depigmentation – pale skin, blonde hair /red hair & blue eyes .
    These include:
    SLC24A5, SLC45A2, HERC2/OCA2.

    *After studying the mutated gene HERC2, scientists found this to be the cause of blue eyes because it switches off OCA2, the gene that determines how much brown pigment melanin to make.

    Oculocutaneous Albinism type 4 – is caused by mutations in rthe SLC45A2 gene.
    SLC24A5 mutations are responsible for OCA6.

    Genetics Out of Africa

    Dr. Orville Boyd Jenkins

    “Recently a major molecular cause of this change in skin color has been discovered in Europeans. Specifically, the gene SLC24A5 turns out to be critical for the production of melanin, the predominant dark pigment of the skin and hair. … 100 percent of Europeans have a mutation in SLC24A5 that impairs the function of the protein(melanin)….

    Higher cancer risk for those with blue eyes
    August 22 2016, 12:01am, The Times

    People with blue, green or grey eyes and fair skin are at greater risk of eye cancer, according to new research. The increased risk is linked to pigmentation genes that dictate eye colour. The US study, published in Scientific Reports, is the first to find evidence of a strong association between genes linked to eye colour and the development of uveal melanoma.



  • Gabriel your statement below, is patently false. Qoute: “…skin colour is more related to where one lives in relation to the equator and its environs.”

    Skin Colour is determined by genes that regulate production of melanin.
    I you have the functional version of genes slc24a5, SLC45A2, mcr1a,oca2; etc then you will have black skin . if you have the mutated nonfunctional form you will have pale skin, blue eyes, blonde hair.

    High UV levels also occurat the poles due to reflection from snow & holes in the ozone layer.
    For most of the history of mankind , Europe was inhabited by black people. Caucasians/ Central Asian albinos only arrived in Europe in recent times.


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  • Vincent Haynes


  • Spirit, Holy Spirit
    Holy Holy God Almighty
    Holy Holy

    The Spirt speak form Blue Mountain Peak
    The Spirit speak, Let they will be done
    Let thy will be done

    Once there is a will there is a way
    Once there is a will there is a bill and you got to pay



    Let us pray

    Hallowed be thy name



    Melody Rising


    The good that you do
    it lives after you

    The spirit speak

    Melody rising

    Deceive your soul
    Evil be still
    Wicked be still

    the seed you sow
    is seeds you reap

    the trees you plant
    and the trees you grow



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  • Quote from blooger, John : “Thus, what you will also find is that there is also a large number of Africans who carry DNA that came from England.”

    What is DNA from England ?
    How do you define it?
    Sounds like utter nonsense.

    Spencer Wells, Genetic Anthropologist, on the first Great Migrations

    “Genetic data corroborates the mitochondrial results, placing the root of the human family tree – our most recent common ancestor- in Africa within the past few hundred thousand years. Consistent with this result, all of the genetic data shows the greatest number of polymorphisms in Africa – there is simply far more variation in that continent than anywhere else. You are more likely to sample extremely divergent genetic lineages within a single African village than you are in whole of the rest of the world. The majority of the genetic polymorphisms found in our species are found uniquely in Africans – Europeans, Asians and Native Americans carry only a small sample of the extraordinary diversity that can be found in any African village…”

    As the evidence clearly indicates, ALL humans are African, therefore ALL human genetics (DNA) is African. Logically then, ALL human haplogroups MUST be found in Africa! And so they are, in spite of Albino( Caucasian) obfuscations intended to support their bogus view of themselves, and their bogus histories.
    Albino ( Caucasian ) people try to embed three thoughts into our minds:
    1) That they are unique, a completely separate branch of the Human Tree, a different “Race” if you will: and certainly NOT Albinos:
    2) They ARE Native to Europe:
    3) They were the “Original” people of Mans Ancient Civilizations.
    All of which are of course total and utter nonsense. But in trying to make those absurdities seem plausible, they create all sorts of Pseudo-Scientific Lies.
    The most recent is that there is such a thing as “WHITE PEOPLES GENES”. is one of many Albino ( Caucasian ) companies spewing this nonsense /patently false information to the public.

    Haplogroup R1b (Y-DNA) is the dominant paternal lineage of Western Europe, so of course the Albino ( Caucasian) people want to claim that particular Haplogroup as the “WHITE” haplogroup .However, this is patently false, because, there are lots of people in Central Africa such as Niger ,Chad & Cameroon with the halogroup R1b.

    *Y-dna does not change, it is passed from father to son, regardless of whether the father is Black or White. Thus an albino male offspring would retain the Y-dna haplogroup of his Black father.
    Albinism does NOT cause a change in Y-DNA Haplogroup.

    The fact is that there is no such a thing as European (White) DNA, it is all Black African derived: that is in keeping with the fact that Europeans are merely the Albinos of Blacks.


  • @ ra1
    What is DNA from England ?
    How do you define it?
    Sounds like utter nonsense.
    Boss, John is a very rational blogger – when he is talking about water resources in Barbados. On ALL other subjects the talks a roll of shiite….. mostly white.
    When he starts on the ‘Quakers’, you would need Polly’s big-ass No.2 tanker to haul away the output…

    That said, please continue to educate the brass bowls on the reality of race, and on the origin of the albino subset.
    Perhaps a few may be able to deduce the FACT that the original, true and genuine human being that was initially created by BBE was black as shiite… or at least …as dirt. 🙂

    Everything else is the result of entropy at work….


  • Vincent Haynes


    Human skin pigmentation is a complex trait that evolved as an adaptation to local environmental conditions. The distribution of human skin colour is highly correlated with the intensity of incident ultraviolet radiation. Several hypotheses that assign a key role to natural selection have been proposed to explain the global distribution of human skin pigmentation, such as photoprotection, protection against low vitamin D levels and protection against folate deficiency. The genetics underlying skin colour variability is also being deeply investigated. A handful of genes have already been reported to be associated with the normal pigmentation variability and/or to be under the action of natural selection: TYR, TYRP1, TYRP2, OCA2, SLC45A2, SLC24A5, MC1R, ASIP, MITF, KITLG and, recently, β‐defensins. Genome‐wide scans have suggested many other candidate genes with a role in pigmentation variability. However, functional studies should be carried out in order to ascertain the significance of these findings.
    Key Concepts:

    Human skin colour evolved as an adaptation to local environmental conditions.
    Dark skin probably originated after the loss of fur by our ancestors in Africa.
    A highly pigmented skin reduces the damaging effects of UV radiation, such as skin cancer, sunburn or folic acid photolysis.
    Light skin probably originated after the Out‐of‐Africa exodus, of modern Homo sapiens into Eurasia, approximately 100 000 years ago.
    Skin depigmentation at higher latitudes occurred independently in Asia and Europe.
    Lighter skins allow UV radiation to penetrate the skin to catalyse the synthesis of vitamin D.

    Keywords: skin pigmentation; evolution; adaptation; depigmentation; natural selection; melanogenesis; photoprotection; vitamin D


  • Vincent Haynes

    The tyrosinase-related protein gene family
    The most dramatic example of gene action in pigmentation is
    seen in the complete loss of color resulting from the inability
    to form melanin. Albinism has been recorded in almost every
    species and the way in which the genes responsible for
    hypopigmented states have been identified demonstrates the
    power that a comparative molecular genetic approach has
    given to the study of pigmentation in humans. Hypopigmenta-
    tion takes many forms and albinism in humans was first
    attributed to a single locus because two albinos produced
    similarly albino offspring.
    This is not always the case; a
    single exception
    provides evidence that more than one
    locus is involved. Cloning of the first albinism gene (TYR) was
    achieved in 1987, using antibodies to the tyrosinase en-
    to screen a cDNA expression library. Cross-species
    comparison subsequently showed this cDNA to map to the
    mouse albino
    -locus and the functionality of the TYR gene in
    albinism has been demonstrated beyond doubt through its
    ability to rescue the albino phenotype in transgenic ani-
    In humans, loss-of-function mutations in the TYR
    gene are known as tyrosinase-negative or OCA1 albinism.
    Human pigmentation genetics: the difference is only skin deep
    by RA Sturm – ‎Cited by 204 – ‎Related articles
    differences of human pigmentation, so often reduced to the single index of ….. triracial origin demonstrated a common 2.7-kb deletion in the. P gene,(60) and this …


  • Vincent Haynes

    Europeans are not albinos. Albinism (specifically oculocutaneous albinism) is caused by mutations in different genes that abrogate or drastically decrease melanin production, and in some cases no melanin is produced at all: Oculocutaneous albinism. People with albinism have translucent skin and vision defects, more serious in people with OCA1 mutations than OCA2 mutations. The mutations can occur in any ethnic group, in every continent. Very sadly, albinos are considered the “devil” in some places in Tanzania and the suffer horrific treatments: The Science and Mysticism of Albinism – #GeneOTW with OCA2

    Europeans have light skin because of a few gene variants, mostly in two genes, SLC24A5 and SLC45A2. One of the most common gene variants is anon-synonymous single nucleotide variant polymorphism (SNP, number Rs1426654 – SNPedia), meaning a nucleotide change that results in an amino acid change in the protein, named change (rs1426654) in the third exon of the SLC24A5 gene accounts for lighter skin in Europeans (there are 3 other SNPs in that gene in Europeans). This gene is a member of the potassium-dependent sodium/calcium exchanger family and encodes an intracellular membrane protein. The protein is found to the trans-Golgi network in melanocytes. The exact mechanism of how the amino acid change results in less melanin in the skin, is not clearly understood. See here for more info: How Europeans evolved white skin

    And yes, OCA2 is also involved in blue eyes and lighter skin, (and light skin in East Asian populations) but these are SNPs, while very large deletions or splicing mutations are responsible for the drastic effects of albinism.

    tl;dr: Human skin color is quite complex with several genes and gene variants at play. The term albinism is reserved to describe a syndrome resulting from very drastic changes in genes that disable the production of melanin. The light skin of Europeans (even with those of blue eyes and very pale) and East Asians is a result of smaller changes (SNPs) and are not considered a disease or condition.
    Are white people actually albinos? – Quora
    NOTE: the question I originally answered asked if Europeans were albinos. Europeans are not … One of the most common gene variants is anon-synonymous single … A person with such a mutation can be of any ‘race’ (note that race is …


  • Vincent Haynes please note that all the scientific evidence proves that Europeans are albino/ albino derived people from Central Asia.

    Full Movie (The Myth of Race and the Evolution of Skin Color)

    Description: This ground breaking documentary combines anthropology, paleontology and human genetics to show how that all humans, no matter what race, nationality or ethnicity you claim to be, share a common ancestor with a small population that lived in Africa between 150,000 and 200,000 years ago. It also explains in detail the biological process, known as mutations that happens every generation that causes humans to look different. And last, it challenges a long standing theory that the evolution of skin color is a result of humans proximity to the equator. The research conducted in this film shows that the evolution of skin color is the direct result of a skin pigment mutation known as albinism, in particular, oculocutaneous type 1 and 2 albinism.

    Video URL:


  • Vincent Haynes see the proof that Caucasian are Central Asian / Dravidian Albinos.


  • Vincent Haynes see the proof that Caucasian are Central Asian / Dravidian Albinos.


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