Christmas Reparations

Submitted by Grenville Phillips II

Christmas is one birthday party where we celebrate as if we do not like the person, but attend to eat the food and meet our friends and relatives.

A birthday party normally celebrates the current age of the person.  But not Jesus’.  We seem too embarrassed by what He said as an adult.  So, to feel a measure of control we try to keep Him in His place – as a baby in a manger. Perhaps this Christmas, we will respect Him enough to celebrate Him as He is.


Jesus revealed how He would judge everyone at the end of the age, and he repeatedly explained what He requires.  He claimed that many were on the easier broad road that leads to destruction because the narrow road to life was more difficult.  He noted that people could choose the road to life, and then decide to leave and travel on the easier path – that leads to destruction.  Nope, back in the manger for you.

Jesus repeatedly explained that forgiving others is critically important to where we will spend our after-life.  We get on the narrow road by asking God to forgive us for the debts we owed.  God promised to forgive us – but in the same manner that we later forgive others.


For the avoidance of doubt, Jesus explained that the Kingdom of heaven is like a king who was settling accounts with his servants.  The king forgave a servant who could not afford pay his very large debt.  That forgiven servant then had a fellow servant imprisoned because he could not afford to repay him a very small debt.

When the king became aware of this, he called the forgiven servant and treated him in the same manner he had treated his fellow servant – he promptly reversed his forgiveness of all the previously forgiven debt and imprisoned him.  Jesus explained that we would be treated in the same manner if we did not forgive each other.


Everyone has harmed other people by our errors and omissions.  It costs us nothing to ask God to forgive us, but the benefits are immeasurable.  We are liberated from the guilt and burden of unforgiveness that limits our success, and negatively affects our physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Once forgiven, each person must then decide whether they will make the difficult choice to forgive others and attract the benefits of forgiveness, or the easier choice to not forgive with the attendant negative effects.


Some have made a business of keeping people in a miserable unforgiven state, by deceiving them into thinking that forgiving others is too difficult an ask.  The profits of that business tend to go to those who manage it by advocating policies that keep most in a state of hand-to-mouth subsistence poverty.  The more miserable we are made to appear, the greater their profits.

If reparations are paid, the business ends and the profits will cease.  Based on the consistent historical trend, what may be predicted with near certainty is that the masses who were kept in poverty to justify the business of unforgiveness, will not benefit in any meaningful way from either profits or reparations paid.  How do we know this?


When we became independent in 1966, the Government had control of the Crown lands.  Did they give each family a plot of land as partial compensation of the debt owed to our enslaved foreparents?  No.  Instead, the Government told Barbadians to pay for it themselves.  Thus, many Barbadians had no option but to enslave themselves to banks for most of their working lives with a residential mortgage.

Did the Government at least guarantee the loans to reduce the bank’s risk and interest rates?  No.  Instead, Barbadians were forced to pay both the high mortgage interest to the bank and punishing land taxes to the Government every year.

Given the uncertainties of maintaining a mortgage for 25 to 30 years in an island economy, did the Government at least try to manage the national economy well.  No.  Instead, they politicised our public services, gave corrupting no-bid contracts to their political supporters, and unnecessarily plunged Barbados in unsustainable debts – and every five years, they expected us to forgive them.


Advocates of Barbadians pursuing the broad path of unforgiveness, should explain why each Barbadian family was not given a plot of land after 56 years of Independence, when it was in the Government’s power and ability to do so.  Further, they should explain why we are forced to pay land tax on land which our enslaved foreparents already purchased for us with their lives’ work.

Advocates of unforgiveness should also explain what prevents the Government from simply giving any reparation payments received to their political supporters in the form of corrupting no-bid contracts?  So far, they have been unwilling to have these difficult conversations.

In my opinion, dangling the hope of reparations before Barbadians, while pursuing economic policies to keep Barbadians in a subsistence poverty to justify reparations is cruel.  Barbados does not need reparations – it simply needs better management.

Grenville Phillips II is a Doctor of Engineering and a Chartered Structural Engineer. He can be reached at

59 thoughts on “Christmas Reparations

  1. I can agree with Grenville here that we don’t need reparations but rather better management.

    Even though reparations are due. I don’t expect to get them.

    Much better to clean up our own act, since this is within our power.

    One cannot make the case for reparations while refusing to make laws that punish one’s self for corruption in office.

    Who then would be the beneficiaries of the reparations?

  2. Barbados is comprised of 106,000 acres, tiny.

    The funny thing is that in 1966, most landowners were from the working class.

    They grew canes all through Bank Hall and Eagle Hall,

    At the end of slavery there were about 300 “large” plantations but about 6,000 slave owners!!

    Sorry Grenville, your idea of giving each family a plot of land would never have worked.

    Barbados punched above its weight because it earned its way through shipping and trading with the whole world and that subsidised the rest of the country.

    Two of the oldest, largest companies, Barbados SHIPPING AND TRADING and Plantations Ltd, also heavily into SHIPPING AND TRADING used to be a living testimony to what I am saying.

    Now, foreigners reap the sweets.

    Hosea 8:7 King James Version (KJV)
    For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk: the bud shall yield no meal: if so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up.

    …… strangers have swallowed it up!!

    We never needed the construction of the palatial residences that ensued after independence, but we still got to pay.

    Many of them are empty or half empty.

  3. Five families get an acre.

    What happens to “inherited wealth”?

    How will a family split 8,000 sq feet among 2 or three children?

    All that will happen is that the old folks and the family will get robbed by the most “aggressive” of the children or their lawyers, happens again and again.

    The Tenantries Freehold Purchase Act “gave” tenants their land at 10 cents a square foot up to 5,000 sq feet, think that was under Tom.

    Rents were at a pepper corn rate.

    Plantations often gave land free to valued workers, I can think of some in the case of my family and have seen multiple instances of the practice going back to the 1600’s in my research.

    The gift was usually alot more than 8,000 sq ft and even then, there was always a problem with too many seeking too little.

    Seen again and again.

    We are grossly overpopulated for the proposal to work in the long term. We need to spread our wings outside of Barbados and not try to solve the insoluble with our limited resources.

    • Inherited wealth is irrelevant. Each family may do what they want with their land.

      If there are insufficient laws to address the creative theft of land by lawyers and wicked family members, then those laws should be written now.

    • Oh, one thing I forgot! Asking for forgiveness while refusing to make amends is not acceptable.

      But it seems the Brits have dug themselves into a hole at present. And after all that free labour too!

      Sure puts paid to notions of white superiority. They saw the potential of Chinese gunpowder. That was the origin of all their “superiority”.

      The sooner we black people come to understand and internalise that fact, the sooner we can set about fixing ourselves, with or without reparations.

      The lifestyles that we aspire to are the lifestyles that we have been brainwashed into desiring.

      We have therefore become like crabs in a barrel, in pursuit of stupid stuff that adds no value to life.

      Family, friends, community are what matters.

      I remember Christmases past when provision was made for sharing with visitors who dropped by unannounced, from all over Barbados because they hadn’t seen you for too long. This was one of the joys of Christmas for me. Sharing the family’s Christmas fare was done with gratitude that one had something to share.

      I am now very reliably informed that “Ever suh welcome, wait fuh de call”.

      Anybody who invites himself or herself is met with uncomfortable looks and stilted conversation, no offer of food or drink because they are seen as “only coming to eat we out”.

      Sad thing is that sometimes it is true.

  4. Reparations are due from British and Americans who owned traded and bred Africans as Slaves. Britain and Europe colonised Africa the same way that they colonised Americas. Marcus Garvey promoted Black Nationalism of African History and Culture.
    Britain should have promoted reparations and repatriation for Black Slaves, but paid the slave owners.
    Britain had many colonies in Africa: in British West Africa there was Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria, Southern Cameroon, and Sierra Leone; in British East Africa there was Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar); and in British South Africa there was South Africa, Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), Nyasaland (Malawi), Lesotho, Botswana, and Swaziland. Britain had a strange and unique colonial history with Egypt. The Sudan, formerly known as the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, was jointly ruled by Egypt and Britain.

    • Hi David:

      It does not. But it is foreseen that any reparations will be wasted in the current system.

      Further, keeping Barbadians in a subsistence poverty to justify reparation payments is cruel. If you really want to see how much we are being held back by the merchants of reparations, I am willing to accept a challenge.

      I am willing to mentor 10 secondary school graduates who left school with no academic certificates, and 10 unemployed 50 to 55 year old’s, both with an equal gender balance and none must be athletes. All 20 are to reject any claim to reparations.

      Let the merchants of reparations get 20 similar people, but let them embrace their claim to reparations. Let them be comparatively examined after 2 years to see who is significantly: more financially prosperous, more healthy, more fit, more educated, etc.

    • @Grenville

      You point it taken, however, it does not address the point that there is no reason to prioritize one over the other. There will be wastage but there will be good achieved as well. Added to the fact an injustice would be addressed for which there is precedent.

  5. Barbados was a small colony and part of Britain’s Global Trade and White Supremacy Apartheid like system. They were not paternalistic and did not practice assimilation and did not want to make English person’s out of Africans, their settlers dominated the Africans. The legacy that was handed to Barbados was the plantation system which was maintained after independence.

  6. The reparations movement is beyond Grenville’s narrow mindset, as it is the unity of Africans across Caribbean, Americas, Europe who were slaves descendants and discriminated against.
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  7. Grenville

    We have an unconstitutional parliament.

    The highest law in the land requires a Leader of the Opposition.

    Every politician disregards this law and almost all are lawyers, duly qualified and licensed to practice by the UWI and Sir Hugh Wooding School of Law or whatever prestigious law school they may have attended wherever they went.

    All the mentoring in the world can’t save us!!

    What a total waste.

    Even if these clowns were able to collect reparations everybody knows what will happen.

    What an utter waste of a law degree.

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  10. Christianity is one school of faith
    Christmas is becoming less significant in the new age
    Christmas replaced Winter Solstice for Pagans who worship Nature
    Winter Solstice was celebrated on 21 December the shortest day of the year
    Hannukah is celebrated by Jewish commemorating the recovery of Jerusalem
    Hanukkah 2022 began in the evening of 18 December and ends in the evening of 26 December
    Buddhists Hindus Muslims also have Religious Holidays Celebrations

  11. So the same banks with the malicious, disrespectful policy of asking customers including the elderly and disabled what they want their money for, suffering them and making them wait in line for hours for their money with bunch of bad attitude tellers acting like if it’s their money the customer is taking, the same banks where hackers can nonchalantly breeze through and TIEF customers bank accounts, clean them out without any questions asked.

    Well let’s hope the banks return the customer’s stolen money to their accounts.

    Karma was bound to put in an appearance.

  12. Hi David:

    The point is that everyone has a right to fight for justice and reparations. Jesus explained that everyone also has a right to forgive – and noted the immeasurable benefits.

    I threw out the challenge to show you just how much of a burden unforgiveness is, and how much further you can soar (without that burden) by simply forgiving.

    • @Grenville

      You point about the benefit of being unforgiving is understood. Where we must differ is that a group was immeasurably disadvantaged as a result of a heinous act practiced where the legacy effect remains hundreds of years later because of the power structures embedded in the establishment that gives advantage to another group.

      Until there is at atonement in a material form to help with bridging that economic disparity, we will in all probability be perpetually playing catch-up.

      We can agree to disagree.

  13. David
    on December 24, 2022 at 4:08 PM said:
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    Where we must differ is that a group was immeasurably disadvantaged as a result of a heinous act practiced where the legacy effect remains hundreds of years later because of the power structures embedded in the establishment that gives advantage to another group.


    The group of which you speak is long dead and gone. We all have ancestors who belonged in that group yet relatively few are walking around making their lives miserable and trying without success to make others as miserable too.

    Bearing a grudge is ridiculous because there is no one left alive from hundreds of years ago to direct the grudge towards.

    Why not look at those who shone their lights and ended slavery and celebrate God’s wonderful gifts to mankind.

    I mean Moses who led his people out of slavery, the Quakers who led the fight to end the institution of slavery hundreds of years ago, and by far, best of all, the gift of His Son who freed everyone from the slavery of sin.

    Resolve from now to be also a light and stop walking around like les miserables, or should I say un de les miserables!!

  14. “a group was immeasurably disadvantaged as a result of a heinous act practiced where the legacy effect remains hundreds of years later because of the power structures embedded in the establishment that gives advantage to another group.”

    How can a “group” scapegoat all others in another “group” negatively
    the answer is evil
    in the case of “white” people it was to justify evil ways
    they always knew they were truly and wholly wicked
    and are still covering up as they know they are guilty AF
    USA wanted continuous Wars for the whole Century as per PNAC Project
    and UK kowtows and follows suit
    Hypocrites are against Russia but backed down
    and are spreading Anti-China propaganda
    That proves they are not true Christians
    The world would be better with no wars and peace for 10 to 50 to 100 to 1,000 years
    Non-violence peace or Ahimsa is what Buddhists taught Jesus
    We can all tap into the Source of the Universe directly and don’t need a book or hypocrites preaching up on their high horse

  15. Hi David:

    With emotional topics like this one, it is better to agree to disagree than break relationships. However, it is useful to investigate whether we are being manipulated in adversarial positions, and if so, then why.

  16. A Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2023 to our Supreme Leader, State and Party! Happy faces all over our most beautiful island, while the lights go out in Europe and people freeze to death in North America. When God created paradise, he must have modelled it like Barbados.

    Also to the Mottley family my heartiest congratulations for the conviction of this dangerous gang of quacks. I hope that this will soon be followed by further sentences against the BAMP leadership for totally wrong advice during the Corona crisis.

  17. Afro-beat Revolution
    African vocalist Bela Elbo delivers some engaged lyrics on the condition Africans have to go through.

  18. Angels singing in the heavenly choir woke me this morning with their message saying ‘we were taken as a sacrifice to make a black man’s hell and a white man’s paradise’. Seems like being privileged has it’s privileges and rich faces of all hues and races still act like they are superior and others are inferior to be used like tools and discarded.
    I want to know how long will the wicked reign

  19. Tina Turner from the Buddhist school of chanting and radiating Hindu Mantra lyrics

    ॐ सर्वेषां स्वस्तिर्भवतु ।
    सर्वेषां शान्तिर्भवतु ।
    सर्वेषां पूर्णंभवतु ।
    सर्वेषां मङ्गलंभवतु ।
    ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥
    Om Sarveshaam Svastir-Bhavatu |
    Sarveshaam Shaantir-Bhavatu |
    Sarveshaam Puurnnam-Bhavatu |
    Sarveshaam Manggalam-Bhavatu |
    Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih ||

    1: May there be Well-Being in All,
    2: May there be Peace in All,
    3: May there be Fulfilment in All,
    4: May there be Auspiciousness in All,
    5: Om Peace, Peace, Peace.

  20. This unfunny Grenville Joker 🃏 clearly has not got strong roots and cannot get up stand up stand up for your rights

  21. The No Reparations Anti-Reparations apologists with twisted reasoning do not feel the new way that is blooming as they do not feel alive. Speak to me in colors Of the places you have seen Tell me, oh, Where do you feel alive? Drench this world In shades of Indigo Hands steeped blue with dye Tell me, oh, Where do you feel alive?

    Blooming / Ajeet
    I can feel it coming
    I can feel it in my bones
    There’s a new way rising
    ‘Cause we are letting go
    We all carry stories
    We bury them deep
    And so i’ll dig into the soil
    ‘Cause we are letting go

    I can hear it coming
    I hear it in her song
    So i’ll sing it with her
    ‘Cause we are letting go
    I’ll walk by her side
    The wind at our backs
    ‘Cause we are shedding, blooming
    We are letting go

    Oh, give it, oh give it to the wind
    Oh give it to the leaving tide
    Oh give it to the burning embers
    ‘Cause we are letting go

    I can feel it coming
    I see it in your eyes
    There’s a new way rising
    ‘Cause we are letting go
    I’ll sing it to you with all of my soul
    ‘Cause we are letting go

    I can feel it coming
    I feel it in my bones
    There’s a new way rising
    ‘Cause we are letting go
    I’ll walk by her side
    The wind at our backs
    ‘Cause we are shedding, blooming
    We are letting go

    We are letting go
    We are letting go
    We are letting go
    We are letting go
    We are letting go

    Oh give it to the wind
    And give it to the leaving tide
    And give it to the burning embers
    ‘Cause we are letting go

  22. For those who read Kush Quarterly Magazine, January-March 2023 issue is now available for online reading or download.

    Happy Holidays Yall!!!

  23. FYI, ‘African Online Publishing Copyright (c) 2022. All Rights Reserved.’ aka Yolande Grant is not lying and I have got proof:

    I would like to add the following text to the narrative about the last king of Africa His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie.

    On April 2, 1930, Ras Tafari Makonnen became Emperor Haile Selassie. Selassie was the last reigning monarch of Ethiopia’s Solomonic Dynasty. The Solomonic Dynasty traces its ancient ancestry to King Solomon of Israel and the Queen of Sheba, biblical figures.

    To many Rastafarians the divine nature of Haile Selassie, is related to Solomon’s father King David and therefore to Jesus.

    Haile Selassie’s full title in office was “By the Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah, His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Elect of God”.

  24. It is quite quiet on the Underground..
    .. perhaps people have gone to the shops to exchange their Christmas presents

    Quiet by Ajeet [Audio Only]

  25. [There is a good comment that is not reaching due to faulty messaging nak’d not acknowledged status]

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    It’s in minor keys
    Solutions and remedies
    Enemies becoming friends
    When bitterness ends
    This is my church
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    • Body looks to African diaspora
      THE CARIBBEAN MOVEMENT for Peace and Integration is looking to forge greater ties with African communities in Latin America come next year.
      In an end-of-year statement and Kwanzaa message, its general secretary David Denny said that much had been achieved in 2022 and the focus would turn to linking with those who are part of the African diaspora.
      “We will work on trying to develop closer links with our African community throughout Latin American. We have started this process with the assistance of Venezuela and we have attended some of the summits in Venezuela,” he said in recorded message yesterday.
      Denny said there had been major achievements during 2022 including its call for the anniversary date of the Cubana airline bombing in Barbados to be recognised.
      He said during the Eighth CARICOM-Cuba Summit earlier this month the movement had made a call for October 6 – the date of the bombing of the Cubana Airline in Barbados in 1976 – to be regarded as a day against terrorism.
      He stated the governments of CARICOM had agreed on a resolution put forward by Barbados to declare that date a day against terrorism and “now all the Caribbean countries of CARICOM will recognise this day”.
      He praised other initiatives coming out of the summit including Barbados’ agreeing to work with Cuba in the area of medicine and to help treat diabetic patients. In addition, Barbados has agreed to putting one million dollars every year for five years towards people and cultural developmental programmes between the two countries.
      Denny suggested to the government that it invite the Vice President of Colombia to visit during the Season of Emancipation 2023 as one of the steps toward a stronger relationship with Latin America.
      The movement, he said, also participated the Assembly of Caribbean people in Cuba; the Global African Conference on Reparation in Barbados and extended solidarity to comrades caught up in struggles including those in the Russia/Ukraine war. He contended the war developed by NATO and created the conditions to threaten the people of Russia.
      As it did at he beginning of the year, said Denny, the movement supported position of Venezuela
      and Cuba in relation to the war.
      In Barbados Denny lauded the efforts of the country for achieving republic status and giving ordinary Barbadians a chance to have a say on shaping its constitution through the town hall meetings and other channels.
      “Our vision is we would like to see a constitution that empowers the working class and we are prepared to put forward our position,” he said.


  26. 2/2
    “It is quite quiet on the Underground..
    .. perhaps people have gone to the shops to exchange their Christmas presents”

    (1) They are some who will call for people to be banned or silenced. At the same time, they say little or remain silent.

    (2) Or perhaps we have become tired of commenting on an endless stream of highfaluting press releases or articles. After the colorful pictures are painted, the $B deals trumpeted, and transformation of the economy is mentioned, even the cheerleaders have begin to recognize it is a continuation of the lost decade. The critics realize the folly of commenting on a system that does not change.

    Bajans are not mad. They are tired of saying the same thing over and over and nothing changes.

  27. Whites are NOT done writing Blacks out of History:
    The Caucasians (Albinos of Europe) had busied themselves creating fake artifacts and writings to support their “Imagined Fantasy History”. And when the opportunity arose to establish their dominance over the “Normal” world of Humans, by violence and Genocide, they greedily took it. Then, after gaining dominance over the “Normal” world of Humans, they went about the task of using their total control over media and all types of communication, to teach and spread their false “Fantasy History”. The main object of their revisionists history were their former masters in Europe, the Black elite. These they simply Wrote-out-of-history, and attempted to destroy all of their artifacts, while at the same time, Writing themselves into their places, and creating fake artifacts to support their lie. With Europe’s Black elite out-of-the-way, it was then easy – with the help of Brain-dead African leaders, to establish Black skin as synonymous with Slaves and underachievement.

    Fortunately the Albinos of Europe were not able to destroy all the original artefact, & hundred- thousand still remains in existence, many still hidden away in private collection / the back of museums away from the public.

    * The world knows Santa Claus as the symbol of Christmas, who brings kids toys, but he is actually a modernized version of Saint Nicholas.Saint Nicholas, (15 March 270 – 6 December 343), was a Black man born in Asia Minor (Greek Anatolia) in the Eastern Roman Empire.
    Saint Nicholas eventually became Bishop of Myra, where he had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, a practice celebrated on his feast day: St Nicholas Day (6 December, Gregorian calendar), and thus became the model for Santa Claus, whose modern name comes from the Dutch Sinterklaas, itself from a series of elisions and corruptions of the transliteration of “Saint Nikolaos”.

    Moscow Kremlin museums exhibitions. Moscow, Russia.

    See medieval statue of St Nicholas of Mozhaisk as exhibited is in The Patriarch’s Palace and the Twelve Apostles’ Church , Wood. 17th century.

  28. “Whites are NOT done writing Blacks out of History:
    Moscow Kremlin museums exhibitions”

    If you read the white news
    USA and UK are responsible drone users
    but Russia China and Iran aren’t
    there’s a brainwashing going on

  29. They wasted centuries hiding that information. That and even more are now out there, over 3,000 years worth. Can’t put that toothpaste back in its tube now that it’s out.

  30. Things are so interesting these days i dont know what to do with myself….

    On one side missing fowls..

    On the other side an empty worldstage, tings brown.

    On the 3rd side Hiel HitSchwab, Lord god Rothschild & The Gsng, did i mention dah iz a vedy, vedy TOUGH CROWD…Elizabeth int had nutten pon dem, and we dun know she was no shrinking violet.

    In the 4th side, everyone still waitng to see what else develops.

    Did the fowls take sabbatical and said nothing to us. I take it they don’t miss me yet.

  31. Imagine being so un-self-aware that the delusion of your fantasy marks you stupid. European Albinos continue to claim that the ancient Egyptians looked like them (Albinos), and naturally there are multitudes of newly created Paintings and Statues of them as Egyptians ( fakes artefacts )to support their claims: see the works of Winifred Brunton.
    The racist fake artwork of the South African painter Winifred Brunton, created in the early 20th century, fueled the myth of White Egyptians. Winifred Brunton was there, she saw first-hand what the ancient Egyptians actually looked like. But seeking to benefit monetarily from the yearnings of Whites to have an ancient history, she cynically created fake artwork of White Egyptians to satisfy their need. Even today, many ignorant Whites still believe that ancient Egyptians were White

    It is therefore for us, of lucid minds, to laugh as we imagine a shirtless Albino tending to his fields under the Egyptian Sun; as the ancient Egyptians showed themselves doing in their paintings. Certainly it would take the Egyptian Sun a very short time to turn that Pink Flesh Crimson, before it kills the foolish Albino.Same thing with their delusion of being Persians (Persia/Iran is even closer to the Equator). The Turks & their mulattoes ( fake Arabs) who took control over Islam have to cover themselves from head to toe to protect themselves from the Sun UV Rays, or in the case of appeasing Blacks, to protect themselves from retribution.
    Native people of the Sahara don’t need to be covered head to toe in the desert as protection from the Sun ,but Turks & other whites do.
    The Khazars, a Turkish tribe who had established a Kingdom in the Caucasus region, and converted to Judaism in the 8th century A.D. have take over the identity of the original Hebrews ( Identity Theft). The original Hebrews were black people.
    There is absolutely no real confusion or ambiguity about the race of the ancient Hebrews. That which does exist is the result of Albino lies and misinformation. Many Assyrian and other artifacts depict Hebrews as Black people .
    Tacitus: History Book 5 ( on origin of the Hebrew): “Others assert that in the reign of Isis the overflowing population of Egypt, led by Hierosolymus and Judas, discharged itself into the neighbouring countries. Many, again, say that they were a race of Ethiopian origin, who in the time of king Cepheus were driven by fear and hatred of their neighbours to seek a new dwelling-place.”
    Note that by Tacitus recollections of possibilities – ALL OF THE CIVILIZATIONS WERE COMPRISED OF BLACK PEOPLE!

    Proving that Whites/Albinos, as a race, only existed in Asia.
    European Albinos who chose to settle in areas of the Earth between 40 degrees North and 40 degrees South; knew fully well that they would NOT be able to do the FARMWORK necessary to support themselves with FOOD in those areas due to the Damaging/Killing strength of the Sun’s UV radiation at those latitudes.

    “Israel had the second-highest rate of skin cancer in the world, behind Australia. One reason is that Israel has a lot of sun. Some credit better education about the dangers of sun exposure for helping reduce Israel’s per capita skin cancer rate..” -Times of Israel , April 2017.
    Skin cancer:
    ” Israeli melanoma diagnoses high..”
    From The Jerusalem Post, May 2022.


  32. Reparations is a spiritual philosophical existential subject matter about the biggest crime to humanity involving exploitation and brutality on an industrial scale which led to people of colour being discriminated against at every level of human interaction for last 400 years. Millions of people across Caribbean Americas Europe were carried away against their free will and systemic wickedness of the white race has manifested into the definition of what they are.

  33. “i’m coming / for u / now with / my / blood / filled / sax. / calling / all / bloods. / beep. / beep. / mary / had / a / little / lamb. / until / she / got / her / throat / cut / see what I mean?”

  34. Unapologetically
    Call the Security
    Where is the Blackman Kingdom?
    There was no Afro Caribbean
    There was no Afro American
    X amount of thousand years ago
    Unaoplogetically I’m a Rastaman

  35. If you need any proof of Brit racism google ‘Times News + Reparations’ and / or ‘Times News + Meghan’
    it’s a shame people can’t reply to their one-way bias racist arguments shit

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