- I & I
Anonymous asked: Why do black people only hang with black people?
c’mere! shhhhhhhh. i’m only telling you, white anon. don’t tell anyone else because i’ll get in trouble.
black people only hang out with black people because it’s in the black bylaws. In the ThreeM Constitution (Malcolm, Martin, Marvin) signed by the three leaders in the back of the Apollo theatre with old fried chicken bones sharpened and dipped in the ink from the oil of mother Africa, we black people pledged to stick together and declare a silent war against the whites.
you see, black people only hang with black people because we are heading back and forth to our all black meetings where we plan our attacks. yes, attacks. once a week, a Nigga Nation (a cluster of black folk, usually between 20-25 persons) are required by Black Law to decimate at least ten whites persons over the age of 18. We kidnap most of them and send them back where they came from (usually Sweden) and threaten to murk their families if they ever return on Black American soil.
that’s as much as i can tell you for now without compromising our next hit. the only way to fend off these attacks are to promise you’ll never use the ‘n word’, you’ll never twerk or use the word ‘twerk’ again, and swear allegiance to our overlord, Oprah Winfrey.
i can only hope and pray this keeps you safe for awhile longer, white anon.
I can’t believe this is still circulating! Black tumblr, yall complete me. See yall at the next meeting.
Et voila !
"The United States Government is offering you a piece of land of your own."
"We have our own land."
"No, it’s not yours. It’s the US Government’s."
— S1E6, “Pride, Pomp and Circumstance”
Once you understand the criminal behavior of white people and their offspring then you can put in perspective gentrification and genocide of the copper color American Indian
Like they say in my country ” it’s really disrespectful to gain weight when you still owe me money.”
Malcolm X (via specialnights)
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The African and Zulu HISTORY KEEPER his name is Shaman Credo Mutwa.
This video is for all critical thinkers and not for those who just believe!!! It’s a 6 hours video with a lot of frightening information, and if you don’t want your bubble crushed DONT WATCH! If you have any question just ask
"Kings of the first dynasty in Rwanda are believed to have come from the sky" similarity with the Dogon people, and back in the days my uncle told me the same story but at the time I was blinded by my Christian mind, & now I wish I had paid attention to everything he taught & told me. If you pay close attention to the meanings of the last name of Rwandan people you will find some indication. Example; * Habyarimana (gives birth to the invisible power or gives birth to god). * Uwimana (belong to god or belong to the invisible power). * Bizimana (knows god or knows the invisible power) ect… Imana means the invisible power or invisible one, but later with the Christian influence it became known as god but Imana is not god!
Ngola means king and king is just a title. When the Portuguese invaded the country they heard about Ngola (King) they believed it was his name. You add A & you have Angola which means the land of kings, it was in the Kongo Kingdom. In fact the entire land of Angola was a kingship breeding place of kings.
Let’s save Africa - Gone wrong… Watch & learn in 3.27 minutes.
- Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.
Anonymous asked: i cant be racist because im black? how fucking ignorant are you?
see, racist is a team sport, and we’re all on different teams. that why it’s called a race. and in order for me, a Black person, to be racist that would mean Black people have equal power. which we clearly don’t. now if you say i’m just plain rude and offensive that would be one thing but racist is the wrong to use word, honey.
Let’s look at it… We welcomed y’all in our yard, we cooked for y’all, we dressed y’all, we introduced y’all to soap, we taught y’all math science astronomy astrology medecine & more, we fought for y’all, we looked after y’all kids, we build for y’all, we dance for y’all, we sang for y’all, create for y’all, we loved y’all… I really have to leave a big gap here like 4.5 billion years gap. Y’all were welcomed in our yard Africa, Y’all kidnapped us, y’all enslaved us, y’all lynched us, y’all segregated us, y’all divided us, y’all destroyed our history, y’all robbed us of our names, y’all made us f**** Christians, y’all humiliated us, y’all raped our mothers our sisters our little girls our little BOYS our brothers our fathers, y’all made fun of our higher knowledge that y’all couldn’t understand, y’all gave us HIV Ebola Syphilis ect… Y’all made us so sick that it is impossible for we to be racist to y’all cuz anything y’all get is everything y’all rightfully earned! Take care
It is ironic that in today’s South Africa, there is an increasingly vocal segment of black South Africans who feel that Mandela sold out the liberation struggle to white interests. This will come as a surprise to the international community, which informally canonized him and thinks he enjoyed universal adoration in his country. After he initiated negotiations for the end of apartheid and led South Africa into a new era of freedom with a progressive Constitution that recognizes the rights of everyone (including homosexuals, another admirable contradiction for an African aristocrat), there was, of course, euphoria in the country. But that was a long time ago. With the rampant corruption of the current ruling elite, and the fact that very little has changed for a majority of black people, the euphoria has been replaced with disillusionment.