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MAID IN AFRICA, NATURALLYNAIJA

MAID IN AFRICA, NATURALLYNAIJA

I love when brands pay tribute to Africa in various ways. Whether it be clothing, photos, art or just highlighting the different facets of Africa, I’m all for it. One thing that I truly despise is when individuals or in this case, husband & wife duo Andrew and Micha Weir of South…

I do my best not to allow things like this cause my blood to boil…but I know it’s the result of disobedience.

"You will become an object of horror, ridicule, and mockery among all the nations to which YHWH sends you" (Deuteronomy 28:37).

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Animated Pawel Kuczynski #2

Original illustration by Pawel Kuczynski

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What We Know, Why We Know It, Who It Benefits

"Speaking like this doesn’t mean that we’re anti white, but it does mean we’re anti-exploitation, we’re anti-degradation, we’re anti-oppression." - Malcolm X 

What do you know? Why do you know it? Who does it benefit?

We know Christianity, we know Christians, we know the Christian Savior and the Christian God, but do we know the Hebrew Israelite? The Hebrew Israelites, the people of the Bible, the people whose history is the Bible. They are a chosen people by God who through them will bless all the nations of the Earth, throughout the Bible they often reject and disobey God and by this disobedience they fall captive to other nations and even worse embrace the cultures, gods and ways of theses nations. Which is why by the time of the Messiah they were under Roman law and had forsaken their God and their set-apart culture as well as language leading to various translations of their Holy Book and other nations trying to assume their identity as Gods chosen people. The Romans Hellenized the Hebrew scriptures and out of it came Christianity, Êvê (pronounced Ivri) Yisraelite was transliterated into Hebrew Israelite, Yeshua (pronounced Yah’shua) the Êvê Messiah was transliterated into Iseous (pronounced Yeezus) the Greek Kristos (Later to be known as Jesus Christ) and Yahweh (pronounced Yahwah) the Êvê El was transliterated into Jehovah the Greek God. These changes were made so that the Êvê scriptures would appeal to a Greek audience, but that doesn’t justify those changes. The Arabs did the same and it bore Islam, as well as the Edomites who are responsible for the religion known as Judaism today.

Why do we know Christianity? Why do we know Christians? Why do we know the Christian Savior and the Christian God? We are a people who were brought into captivity by way of ship to the Americas. We were brought by European people to build an European nation. While in bondage to this nation we were subjected to their language, their culture, their gods and their ways. To refuse Christianity in this nation during our bondage was to ask for death and torment, so, it seems sensible to why our ancestors jumped aboard. Although, their decision was the downfall of our people, the downfall deeper into the European rabbit hole. Generation after generation became melded with these practices of our oppressor until we began to see it as the way things ought to be.

Who does Christianity benefit? Who do Christians benefit? Who do the Christian Savior and Christian God benefit? The blunt answer is that Christianity, its followers and its gods benefit no one. The religion itself is false like all religions. Most religions are the result of various interpretations of the Bible meant to favor the culture of the nation interpreting it, keeping in mind that the Bible speaks to no specific practice, but more than anything talks about a walk of faith, a walk after Yah, a walk with Him that equates to a life lived and everyone lives life a bit differently, so, there couldn’t really ever be a set practice or religion for everyone to fall in line to, the one thing set is the El we serve, the El of the Book, Yahweh. Not even the Buddha called for people to worship him as a god, people made it up in their own minds to reverence him as such.

After we consider what we know, why we know it and who it benefits as far as Christianity is concerned it becomes easy to understand that we know Christianity because of enslavement and it benefits those who enslaved us. Translations of translations are dangerous, although, the central message may not be misconstrued the subtle changes in punctuation and the nonsensical approach of translating names have led many astray. Names contain history and meaning, if that is not obvious look at our last names I am no “Scott” (a person from Scotland), Derrick is as English as it gets, but I nor my ancestors hail from Europe. Yeshua means “Yah saves”, Jesus has no literal meaning and if there is only one name by which we should be saved, why would it be justified to translate/change it. Well, with that being said, sad, but true we lost our heritage and history once we were enslaved and given the names of our oppressor, hell we were lost before our enslavement. We chose to be lost once we began to reject and fall away from our El, Yahweh. The Êvê Yisraelities of the Torah (Bible) are the ancestors of all of us who were scattered abroad and brought into bondage by ship are plight of today has been prophesied throughout the Torah, all nations are to be saved through us, the Messiah came to reconcile our people back to their El, so, that we would wake up to our own enlightenment and be that house on the hill, that light in the dark, the salt of the Earth and reconcile the other nations to the same truth and love of Yahweh, so, that none should perish.

As long as we are dull in mind, body and spirit the souls that we are will never truly live. We have to break out of these invisible bars, we have to free ourselves and knowledge is liberation, to know oneself is to free ones self, truth makes us free, lack of knowledge is our destruction. Love equivocal to I’ll stay, Peace the result of seeing through emotions and beyond logic, allowing the Spirit of Yah to lead us, Truth acknowledging reality and taking the bitter with the sweet, recognizing 1+1=2 within all things these are the abstract concepts our people should embrace, have to embrace in order to reconcile ourselves back to our Creator back to Yahweh. We are not Africans, we are not Christians, black, niggas, bitches, negroes we are the chosen people of Yah, we are Êvê Yisraelities, we do not go natural, we return.

Bible Verse References:

-Psalms 68:4 - Yah’s name mentioned, the letter “J” did not exist before the 15th C

-Acts 4:12 - Only can be saved by one name

-Genesis 12:3 - All nations blessed by Yisrael

-Genesis 42:7 - Yoseph’s (Joseph’s) brothers do not recognize him among the Egyptians because he being Êvê is of the same complexion

-Exodus 1&2 - Mosheh (Moses) is not recognized as Êvê in the House of Pharaoh who had ordered all Êvê male children be killed because his complexion was the same as the Egyptians and he was able to pass as one of them

-Matthew 2:13 - The Messiah as a child is taken to Egypt to hide from Herodes who wants to kill the child, why Egypt because His complexion was as theirs and Him and His family were able to blend in

-Matthew 15:24 - The Messiah sent only to the House of Yisrael

-Deuteronomy 28 - The prophesies of our people

-Amos 3:1-3 - The walk, not the religion between Yahweh and Yisrael as well as the punishment they are to receive for their disobedience 

-Matthew 8:32 - Truth makes us free (Makes not sets)

-Hosea 4:6 - Lack of knowledge is destruction

-Matthew 1:21 - The meaning of the Messiahs name

-Genesis 1 - Revelation 22 - The purpose and history of our people

For a genuine rendition of the Êvê scriptures with proper names and punctuation in place download or buy an ISR98 Bible (Institute of Scriptural Research)

"Put my fist in her like a civil rights sign" .."Time to take it too far now" .."Uh, they don’t see what I’m sayin’" - (I’m In It - Kanye West)

It’s fair to say Kanye hasn’t fell off as far as subject matter, generally in rap songs when a rapper is speaking to a “her” ..they are referring to the “rap industry” or some other “system”

Some say Kanye took it too far by naming his latest album “Yeezus,” but in actuality it was a stroke of genius and if it led you to question what you know, it fulfilled its purpose. “Yeezus” was the original pronunciation of “Iseous” the Greek transliteration of the Ivri (Hebrew) name “Yeshua” pronounced “Yah’shua” …Why do you know what you know and who does it benefit?

Unfortunately, most don’t see what he’s saying -

ikaythegod:

Watch the exclusive full speech here.
ugly-black:

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blunthought:

"Speaking like this doesn’t mean that we’re anti-white, but it does mean we’re anti-exploitation, we’re anti-degradation, we’re anti-oppression."
| Malcolm X

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notsolodolo:

"And since we all came from a woman
Got our name from a woman and our game from a woman
I wonder why we take from our women
Why we rape our women, do we hate our women?
I think it’s time to kill for our women
Time to heal our women, be real to our women
And if we don’t we’ll have a race of babies
That will hate the ladies, that make the babies
And since a man can’t make one
He has no right to tell a woman when and where to create one
So will the real men get up
I know you’re fed up ladies, but keep your head up”
- Tupac Shakur 

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dopebyanyothername:

Can we just………….. Wow.

Avoid white people at all costs.

I stopped talking to white folks about anything more complex than nutella because I was tired of hearing and reading shit like this. 

Deport white people 2k14

Can u not .

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mizoguchi:

Soleil O/Oh Sun (Med Hondo - 1967)

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slumdogsaint:

relevant.

So relevant.

Accurate

"Being black affected one’s life span, insurance rates, blood pressure, lovers, children, every dangerous hour of every dangerous day. There was absolutely no way not to be black without ceasing to exist. But it frequently seemed that there was no way to be black, either, without ceasing to exist."

- James Baldwin. Every Good-Bye Ain’t Gone.  New York. Dec 19, 1977.  (via homonoire)

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real-hiphophead:

Erykah Badu speaking the TRUTH about the state Hip-Hop.