Category Archives: Blacks

The Wigs of Inferiority

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel Who will heal today’s X-Slave from the long-lasting sore of SELF-CONTEMPT that prevents him from escaping slavery’s shameful legacy of inferiority? Think about this: Slave Breakers were very skilled in the art of terrorism. They were actually the first terrorists that many Africans encountered, and they frequently used the tools of RAPE and SODOMY to completely

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African Re-Defined

Lest we forget Chinua Achebe’s things fall apart, the center cannot hold, and no longer at ease. It is no longer at ease for the west to sustain the fallacies that Africa did not contribute to world civilization and or history. The internet was described as a disruptive technology, so it is the idea of redefining and repackaging Africa. And,

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Religiosity and Failed African States

The greatest tragedy of all African states is the introduction of foreign gods and languages, cemented by tribes, decimated by education without interrogation or intelligence. Welcome to Africa, the new Africans, our world, our opportunities. Before the advent of foreign intrusion into Africa, African societies have their concept of Supreme Being or High God, which is generally held to be

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PHARTFORD FILES: Of Covid-19 Contact Tracing Registers and African Embassies

Submitted by Ironside Someone needs to help me understand why Nature’s Discount has a Covid-19 Contact Tracing Register in its stores. Help me find the Government announcement that proclaimed this! There are at least two Nature’s Discount stores I am aware of where this contact register appears. You must sign before you enter the store!   Some stupid people obviously have

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Minister John King is Wrong

Submitted by Tee White (article submitted to the Nation newspaper) Dear Editor I was shocked to read your article in the Nation of 18 June, which reported that Minister of Culture, John King, is opposed to ‘dumping Nelson’. Mr King is, of course, right that everybody can form their own personal opinions about any issue, including that of racism. However,

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If YOU Are Black, YOUR Name is George Floyd

Submitted by The Mahogany Coconut Group As Black progressives and other informed, enlightened citizens, seek to identify with the George Floyd protests in America, it is becoming embarrassingly clear that the region’s educational systems, have failed to explain the importance of the historical connection between Afro America and the Afro Caribbean. The MCG, unapologetically, aligns with all those people and

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Black Lives Matter – Part 2

Submitted by Grenville Phillips II Black persons in the US can be sorted into three main groups. Caribbean immigrants, African immigrants, and the American descendants of enslaved people. While all of them can claim to be victims of colour discrimination, only the American descendants of enslaved people, are owed reparations from the US government. It is that group that is

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The Death of George Floyd

Submitted by Nathan’ Jolly’ Green George Floyd was no innocent when it came to crime; he was from an early age, becoming a career criminal. Unable to find work in Texas as an ex-prison convict, he moved to Minneapolis in 2014 for a fresh start after release from prison in Houston, having served time for aggravated robbery with a firearm

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Sacramental Cannabis Bill 2019 Debate – Social Justice Issue

An interesting presentation by Minister Kerrie Symmonds during the debate of the Sacramental Cannabis Bill 2019. His address starts at 1hr.15min of the video. It is interesting because he crafted his delivery in a social justice context. There is another view the government has been moving with unholy haste to force this Bill through the legislative process.

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