Monthly Archives: December 2010

White Genetic Annihilation: The Roots of White Supremacy

Frances Cress Welsing helps us to understand the “Cress Theory of Color Confrontation” in her groundbreaking book The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors. She explains racism (white supremacy) and its roots. Definition of racism (white supremacy). White supremacy … Continue reading

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Time For New Solutions

Over the years, there have been many programs and “solutions” put forth to address the problems of the black community. Regardless of the metric used to measure success, they have all been dismal failures. Part of the reason for these … Continue reading

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Queen Nzinga the Unconquerable — Part 2 of 2

Before princess┬áNzinga was queen, her brother was monarch of Ndongo while she served as ambassodor. In 1622, she led a delegation to Luanda for a peace conference with the Portuguese. The treaty that was born out of this conference was … Continue reading

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Queen Nzinga the Unconquerable — Part 1 of 2

There have been many giants in the history of African people. But what else would you expect from God’s chosen people? In his extraordinary book The Destruction of Black Civilization, Chancellor Williams touches on the life of one of Africa’s … Continue reading

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3 Stages of War

This post is taken from a pamphlet I published in 1996 called The Revolutionary Times Information Pamphlet. I’ve always been fascinated at how a scraggly band of half-starved, idealists could wage war against an established, powerful government and win. Apparently, … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Reject Interracial Relationships

Since the ascendancy of the Caucasian, many stratagems have been used to keep African people under control. One of the most effective has been convincing black folks that racism is largely a thing of the past, whites today are different … Continue reading

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