As black people we have to be united, both of the Black genders have to be equal, united. 

Galatians 5:14 For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.

This is why there will continue to be enmity between all of us. If we cannot get along as genders of the people we are, we can’t get along with each other as the people we are.

(God) Yahushua HaMashiach  warned us about this.

Revelation 2:4  Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken the love you had at first. Consider how far you have fallen! Repent and do the things you did at first….”




Not all of them are politicians, NONE are nurses, teachers or physicians. Yet these people who do really nothing for us are your idols, whether than these people that can save your life and do (nurses, doctors, social-workers, scientists). They help save lives  and do actual admirable work, but it’s the celebrities that are idolize and admired. Whatever it is, you know more about them whether than the people that can do a lot more for your life, including saving you from death. But, rather then knowing what a physician does you know everything about them.

Where they eat
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Where they grocery shop


Where they go.



But, how much do you know of yourselves rather than these strangers/celebrities? Do you look out for yourself, or do you look at them, so you can talk about strangers personal lives (who they’re sleeping with) and what they’re wearing and what they’re doing, because isn’t it your business? Do you occupy yourself with other peoples lives or the people around you?

How much can you be with and a part of your community if this is what you do as a black person?

Why should we have such interests for people that are so distant from us and with a declining white population , but are supposedly better than us (yet are not physicians or scientist). Don’t we know that the moment we think these stranger are better than us, are the moment that we give them power, and possibly, a determination over us?

Sometimes, I think celebrities are the way that black people learn how to behave towards white people, therefore us giving them power, white power, which is less of slavery now, as it it incarceration, abuse, and harassment. We also see this  racism in their media, from minstrel shows to Blackface.

By considering these white people to be so much better than us, that we must idolize them, so as to not admire their craft, but to have to know who’re they are sleeping with,  where they go shopping, what they’re doing, how they’re doing, and all because they’re white people…or celebrities.

See how well white supremacy works?

We call what the white and non-white people people do around us, microaggressions. And for the ones not around us, psychological traps, propaganda, henceforth a social reality in the Halo Effect (that’s been in the work for more than a century now). This effect is also one of the way whites supremacy effects black people.

They are celebrities after all, right? Not just white people stepping out a vehicle, going to a convenience store, and eating at a fast food restaurant.

Haven’t you notice that the moment these people become important celebrities is the moment you start giving them credit. But who are they? Not the white people around you.

Are they so worth noticing that  do they ever do important things for us? These strangers…these celebrities that some call their idols.

A celebrity even admit this himself. Yet the common person will make this their idol, even if they’re not fit to make the decision, we as people, must make.
This is what happens when we idolize people who are out of touch with themselves, we don’t even think we may become like them. But, we can, and we do.


Our lord in The Most High has already said “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. “You shall have no other gods/idols before me. “You shall not make for yourself a carved image,


What we call Babylon today.


What was Babylon


“Or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. You shall not bow down to them or serve them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing steadfast love to thousands of those who love me and keep my commandments.” (The Lord Most High)


So, ones again…

Know thy self, know thy enemy. A thousand battles, a thousand victories. If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.Know your enemy and know yourself and you can fight a hundred battles without disaster…..”

We must acknowledge and know white people for the neanderthals they are.


Are we ready for it?

As black people having gone through slavery, and now going through abuse, harassment/bullying and incarceration, we ask ourselves… are we ready for it? As in are we ready for the purge, the ultimate downfall of Western economic powers (will we even be able to use it as a base anymore for our black businesses as it provides us with fiat/paper currency and electronic money) as well as the eventual downfall of Western countries all together?

As you can see all or most influential western countries are under debt within their own countries (public debt) and to other countries (government debt).

So, let me ask you… are we really ready for it?

Where we even ready for it in the first place?

Where we ready for the election of Donald Trump that eventually made him president of the USA?



That’s how ready we’ll be for the purge then.

Because as first world countries are we ready to be the ones with the FIRST problems. It’s what we get for always being ahead, means always being worried, yet being the first one in charged. Having anxiety for this world that just comes to mean nothing- dreams and fantasies.

An older, white business man named Walt Disney had something to say about this, in fact…


And daydream of doing it.



Where we ready for how many black men and black women betrayed the community? To white women who didn’t just look bad, but couldn’t behave any better than that. To white men who’ve confessed to being racist and calling his black wife ‘nigger’.

Confessions of racist white men dating black women.


Oh, where we ever ready at all?

Just like we were ready to get stolen from barbarians. Who’ve taken our land, the things belonging to our land (our resources), and labeling those things as theirs.

To taking our people, to take away our ways of communicating (our language) to taking our histories, so that they can make it theirs ‘to rename it’ to claim it as theirs?

To the point where we have are own things used against us, so that iron and metal from the land of Africa is used to have chained us in slavery, but is used to chain us now when we are incarcerated.

Slavery never stopped, so did we ever get the CHANCE to be ready? Just a thought.

Where we ready for our Maa’fa? Our own holocaust.

So, yes as black people, we know that things are going on and that things are going to happen, but most importantly, what are we doing now? Because are we really doing things that will help our community, our people… and ourselves, even? We have a lot we can say about what’s to happen in the future, but do we have enough to say about what’s happening now, do we ever give ourselves the reflection to who we presently are now, because…

How can we do much of anything for ourselves when we rather hate each other than help one another. As this is something million of black people are doing now. We even hate each other without knowing it- unconsciously. We practice doing this like it nothing, like we’re nothing.

As black people, do we ever question it when we hate a black person. Just as long as it not you that’s hated (and friends/family) you think, but you don’t even know you’re being hateful. How will you know you’re being racist, because you’re not racist at all, you think… Yet, you think so little for anyone.

“When you pray (or meditate) if you hold anything against someone, you must forgive them, so that Yah may forgive you for your sins” (Mark 11: 24-25). Because do you deserve to be forgiven by God, the Most High when you can’t forgive someone else for their own wrongdoings?

The first commandments God/Yah gave black people where to love each other (cause how else can we stand up for one another if we’re not even doing this). We love each other enough to be respectful of one another, so that we all could forgive one another for what each and every one of us is going through. And for what we must go through as black people.

Because our Lords say (REV 1: 8) “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning, and the end, Who is, who was, and who is to come”

And who must come. But, are we ready to be who we are, to be what we must be as black people, so we come as we are, as the Lord and Nature will have us do, anyway.

And have we’ve been honest to ourselves, as we must be to one another.

Have we been communicating with one another, so that we’ve at least bear and yes, tolerated one another, so that if we’ve ever had a grievance or a grudge to someone, we forgive them, as our Yah has already forgiven us?

Or have we practiced hatred towards one another, trying to compete with one another to give credence to the jealously we soon develop for one another out of our hate that supposedly isn’t really ours.

And so is it ever a surprise when we wonder who the fuck we are? How we’re constantly trying to find ourselves to find nothing that isn’t ours. So, who are we? Are we God chosen people, the descendants of the Ancient Cushites, Nubians, and the Ancient Egyptians, as well God’s Abraham.

Or are we the people that hate one another that we can’t even stand to look at one another and communicate with one another. Will we talk about our plights forever, while never knowing each other, under names and titles that aren’t really ours? If we’ve come to know one another that way, is it really a surprise that we don’t who we are? So, that then we’re just lost. A lost people. The scattered people of the World. We might as well be the permanent underclass already in society, and in spirit. We are yet alone in heart and in bone.

So, black people of the world ask yourself seriously,

Are you ready for it?

You better be.