Thursday

Ancient Moors in America | We Didn't Land On Plymouth Rock Because We Were Already Here

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I originally wrote this on my personal Facebook page as a note but it's very much applicable to this site so I thought I'd share it here as well.  There is another article on here that talks about this subject and has a 400 year old book that talks about how America is the original Egypt. This was written in the 1600s by European explorers mind you.  Here is the link to that article.


You know one of the biggest lies perpetrated is that we were all brought over here on slave ships from Africa.  Seriously, it is a huge deal.  Everything is hidden in plain sight too.  They always act like the Native Americans are almost extinct, like they are less than 1% of the population.

When Christopher Columbus landed in the West Indies, he described the people on the islands as dark skin people like the Ethiopians.  California was populated by black people as well.  Europeans who sailed to America described and drew pictures of the people of America as a dark skin and copper colored with Afros, long hair, or wavy hair.
this is what the black californians look like
Black Californians
pharell native controversyBlack people lived in North, Central, South America, and the Caribbean, before any slave ships ever arrived here which is why Columbus described the dark skin natives as looking like Ethiopians.  Don't fall for the fake outrage at people like Pharell Williams for embracing his Native American roots.

It's ridiculous that white people masquerading as the true natives are able to do this.  The last thing they need are so-called African Americans realizing who we are and getting some of the billions of dollars generated by the casino gaming industry.

There already are some black people that claim their roots and have been able to get into this lucrative industry and it pisses the fake Indians off.  I'll speak more on that in a different article but this runs deep.  Trust me this is possibly the biggest lie perpetrated by this government and the lie is  beginning to crumble down.


The Numbers Simply Don't Add Up!!!


According to "Slave Statistics" by Hugh Thomas published in 1997 by Simon and Schuster somewhere around 500,000 Africans were transported to North America between 1619-1865. But because of the horrible conditions the Africans were packed in on the slave ships half of them died during the journey.


This means that the actual amount of Africans that made it to North America alive was between 250,000-300,000 over a period of 240 years.  If so few Africans were brought over to North America why are there so many African Americans living here today?  In 2013 US Census Bureau estimated 45 million African Americans in the United States.  No other group in the US had a growth rate this high!

Saturday

What Makes Us Moors | How Are We Moorish Americans

After reading this you should have a thorough understanding of why so many African-Americans are starting to call themselves Moorish Americans.

I did not write most of the material in this article, but I wanted to share it because the site that it was on originally, which I will share below did not have a lot of traffic, so most have not been exposed to this information.

It contains a lot of credible information about the history of Moorish Americans and makes a valiant effort to explain why the so-called African American, and most "black" people of the Caribbean, North, Central, and South America are actually Moorish Americans.

I also shared information in this article from the great author and teacher CM Bey's Clock of Destiny site and Dr. Alim El Bey, which speaks on this topic as well.

Enjoy!
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How Are We Moorish Americans | What Makes Us Moors


BEING YOURSELF, THE MOORS...



I am going to teach you something that you did not know about yourself, something that has been hinted at, and guessed at, and poked at, and everything but made fully known to you, as it should have always been.



I am going to teach you the true and divine "knowledge" of yourself, historically speaking.



today they have you calling yourself everything but what you are, and so, you are never able to take your proper place in the national and international affairs of men all over the world. you have been mentally robbed of your inalienable, inherent and invincible manhood, by being robbed of your nationhood.


this robbery did not begin with Slavery (the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade), it began 800 years earlier.

in 711 AD, the "Moors" (also called "Berbers" at tht point), who are the original people of West Africa deciding to expand their Moorish Empire went from Africa into Europe, from Morocco into Spain, and conquered most of Spain except for the very North.

for 800 (700 AD - 1400 AD) the Moors ruled over Spain, and brought the greatest civilization known in Europe into existence. what the Moors did in Spain was taken to the rest of Europe by the Spaniards and began what they now call the Renaissance (which means "rebirth") to Europe, bringing them out of their "Dark Ages", a term they took from the Moslems (Moors of West Africa), because in Islam there is the teaching that before Prophet Mohammed was raised in Mecca, Arabia with the Great Koran (Al-Quran Al-Adhiym) the whole of Arabia was under what is called its "Jahaliyyah" period, which is a period of darkness and ignorance ruling over the people.

Moorish Americans

so the Wisdom, Science, teachings of the Moors (the Moslems) in Spain brought a New Light to them, and the rest of Europe, as they saw what we were doing, and copied it to the fullest. this ended their own "Jahaliyyah" (darkness/ignorance) all over the continent of Europe. it is literally the Science of the Moors (who were all Moslems) that began to raise them up, and this is a historical fact.

now, the whole time the Moors (Moslems) were in Spain, the Spanish, French, Italians, and English were trying to bring Spain back under the rule of the Spaniards. and finally in the lte 1400s the Spaniards, with help from their European brothers, finally defeated the Moors in the beginning of 1492.

upon defeating the Moors (Moslems from West Africa), the Spaniards gave them Moors two options, return to West Africa, or stay in Spain under the rule of the Royal Family of Spain as "Spaniards" (subjects of the king and queen), but they forsake their allegiance to their own Moorish Empire, and they must become "Catholics" (the first "Christians") at that time. most of the Moors went home to West Africa, but some betrayed their people and stayed in Spain under those conditions, they became known as "Mosricos", and the people in Spain that were related to the "Moriscos" (the spanish word for Moorish) were called "Morenos".

Thursday

Rappers And Other Celebrities Are Waking Up | Moors On The Rise

 via VladTV - Breaking Urban News

During his appearance on Hot 97's Ebro In The Morning on Wednesday, October 11, Waka Flocka dropped some science on race that a lot of people might not be ready for. The topic came up after the Atlanta rapper was asked to share his thoughts on current events in the nation. (Source)

One of the biggest secrets held by the powers that be in control of the US government is that the so-called African American, the descendant of enslaved Africans brought over on slave ships, is actually indigenous to the Americas.  In other words, African Americans are Aborigines originally from North, South, and Central America.  This makes sense because brown skinned, curly haired people are the aboriginals all over the planet including the islands that dot the Pacific Ocean.

The cat is officially out of the bag.  So-called African Americans are waking up and realizing that their grandparents were not crazy when explaining that they descended from indigenous Americans, or Indians.  "Black" people have been so brainwashed that most people just assumed their grandparents were talking about being mixed with "Indian" blood and they assumed that the Indian ancestors looked like the whitewashed version of what passes for Indian these days, in other words a five dollar Indian.
Hey guys I'm a $5 Indian!

Media Blackout on the Cultural Revolution | Moorish Renaissance

This article (and website) is brave enough to go where mainstream media will not.  We will explore the phenomenon within the so-called black or African American community in which a growing number of people are shedding the black and African American labels placed on them by society.  An increasing amount of people within this community is shunning conventional mainstream history which teaches that all "black" people came to America through the slave trade and reverting back to their own oral family histories of being native to the land, in other words black people are actually the true Native Americans, or the true Indians.

Waka Flocka Flame and several other black celebrities including Nick Cannon and Keke Palmer are also sharing this information and making this concept more widespread while mainstream media continues to ignore or make light of this cultural revolution.

Waka Flocka Flame Says He's Not Black He's Native American!

Rapper Waka Flocka Flame officially opened up a can of worms when he revealed this secret on the radio on Hot 97 with Ebro and again on Sway's Universe on Sirius XM satellite radio.  I don't know what he was on the shows to promote but Waka Flocka went all the way in.  You could from the interview that he's fed up with the lies about the heritage and legacy of so-called African Americans.  He also made sure that the listeners understood that he did not want to be identified as a color, or black, because he knows that it represents a title placed on us by people that did not have our best interest in mind.

Saturday

Otis Nixon Resembles the Cleveland Indians Atlanta Braves Mascots

otis nixon is a real indian cle atl braveOtis Nixon.
When I saw him play baseball as a child I always thought that he looked like an Indian.  I guess I hadn't been indoctrinated with false beliefs enough at the time to reject what was right in my face.


Copper-Colored Indigenous | Indian Red

I'm just going to throw this out there.  Who are the copper-colored indigenous Americans?

copper colored indigenous indian red
Hmm, is this why indian red was discontinued?
Wow, so Crayola changed the name of their crayon color Indian red to chestnut because they did not want people to associate the crayon color with the skin color of the indigenous Americans.
At the request of educators worried that children (mistakenly) believed the name represented the skin color of Native Americans, Crayola changed the name of their crayon color Indian Red to Chestnut in 1999.[4]




Check out this traditional song called Indian Red that is sung by the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans at their gatherings:
Madi cu defio, en dans dey, end dans day[2]
Madi cu defio, en dans dey, end dans day
We are the Indians, Indians, Indians of the nation
The wild, wild creation
We won't bow down
Down on the ground
Oh how I love to hear him call Indian Red
I've got a Big Chief, Big Chief, Big Chief of the Nation
The wild, wild creation
He won't bow down
Down on the ground
Oh how I love to hear him call Indian Red
Queen Ya-Ya Mardi Gras Indians

Friday

Indigenous Black Indians (Moors) Celebrating Carnival | Not Redface or Cultural Appropriation 🙄

This image speaks for itself.  On the left you have a nearly three hundred year old artist depiction of a Native American.  On the right you have a modern-day descendant of the indigenous Americans wearing Carnival attire.

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Side by side picture of what a REAL American looks like.

Throughout the Caribbean, South America, parts of Central America and North America millions of so-called black people, who are told that they are the descendants of African slaves partake in this celebration.  In Trinidad, New Orleans, and other places in the Caribbean, the indigenous population take part in celebrating Carnival.  The tradition has spread to New York, Toronto, and even the UK by way of Caribbean immigration.

Most "black" people participating in Carnival are not aware that their ancestors are the true Native Americans.  They have been carrying on these traditions for hundreds of years and been told that these celebrations are the result of their African slave ancestors mixing their African traditions with those of the Native Americans.

This is not always the case though, as many Taino/Arawak Indians in the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Haiti, and other Caribbean Islands are black and know that they are indigenous to America.  Nobody can tell them any differently either since they know their roots.  The same is the case with some of the Mardi Gras Indians in Louisiana.  Tribes such as the Washitaw Nation do not just dress up for Mardi Gras.  They know that they are the true descendants of the black indigenous Americans.

Recently, these Carnival celebrations (and so-called black people representing their indigenous roots) have come under fire by Native American groups claiming cultural appropriation.  Example 1 Example 2

Redface | Carnival Come Under Fire 1st Nations Claim Cultural Appropriation

There is a reoccurring theme with each and every claim of insult and cultural appropriation by the Native American groups that are attacking the true descendants of the indigenous Americans (so-called black people).  These "Native Americans" are very, um, how do I put it...light skinned.

PM Justin Trudeau & National Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Assembly of 1st Nations
For the most part these "Native Americans" are straight up white people, as in the descendants of Europeans.  They have German, Scandinavian, Italian, and all type of other European roots.  I find it hard to believe that these white people, who slaughtered the true Indians, stole their land, and later usurped their identity so that they could gain government benefits are really offended to see the true Indians representing their heritage.

Fake Outrage by Fake Indians

1st Nations member Rob Bear wearing a fake feather headdress

At the end of the day, no apology is necessary and here's the reason why.  We have a lot of five dollar Indians claiming to be offended by people appropriating their culture, BUT in most cases these white people are only pretending to be Indians to gain tax free status as well as government grants and benefits.  As you can see from the picture above of a First Nations tribe member wearing a fake headress they do not really take all of this stuff seriously.

That picture was borrowed from this article of the CBC News which highlighted the conundrum that Native Americans find themselves in when their own white tribe members openly mock indigenous traditions.  It makes it difficult for them to accuse others of wearing redface, which is just a take on racist Jim Crow performers smearing black paint on their faces to imitate and sometimes mock black people.

I'm not speaking for all Native American groups.  There may be some white-looking Native Americans that are not fake five dollar Indians.  The problem is that most of these groups, especially the ones trying to stop the so-called African American from representing his own culture and/or learning about his own Native American roots are actually ran by white supremacists that in most cases do not even have one drop of Indian blood in them.

They are fake and only holding down the Native American title so that the so-called African American or negro does not realize that he is indigenous to the Americas.  They do not even take this shit seriously.  It's a joke to them.  They are surprised that more black people don't wake up and realize the truth, especially since it's right in your face.  None of these white Native Americans have dark brown copper-toned skin.  Their ancestors, the European explorers described your ancestors upon arriving on the sores of North, South, and Central America.


"There's nowhere to run to ba-bay
There's nowhere to hide" - Gravediggaz

Nowhere to Run to Baby Nowhere to Hide | You Are Right at Home in America


Now all of a sudden the white man is claiming to be you (indigenous) and telling you that you cannot honor your ancestors or wear Native American headdresses because its offensive to them.  Meanwhile they are still mocking your culture whenever they feel like it.  They want you to think Africa is your home because that will only keep you dazed and confused.  Think about it, Africa is a continent with over 54 nations (none of which will claim you), so claiming an entire continent which has no recollection of your ancestors being from there does nothing to empower you or set you free.

Even nations such as Ghana, which makes money off of afrocentric tourists from the United States and which is supposed to be where the majority of black slaves came from does not really view "African Americans" as their people.  "Far from seeing African-Americans as kin, most Ghanaians lump them together with other Americans, calling the whole lot obruni, which in the local Twi language means "white" or foreigner." (Modern Ghana)

"The African role in the slave trade is not an issue in Ghana," says Audrey Gadzekpo, a newspaper columnist in Accra. "People here are totally detached from any guilt or responsibility for their ancestors selling other Africans into slavery. It's like there's some collective amnesia." (Modern Ghana)

There is a collective amnesia because the African Slave Trade, as told, is a lie.  Few Africans were actually brought to the Americas via slavery.  The lucrative part of the slave trade involved capturing free people of color who were also known as Indians.  They were sold to other places via the Native American Triangular Slave Trade.  Their children were told that they came from the continent of Africa to further confuse them.

You are the Real Native American in the truest sense of the word.

Source:
http://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/chicago-blackhawks-fan-wearing-headdress-shocks-hockey-fans-1.3016684
https://www.buzzfeed.com/jaydonono/canada-we-need-to-talk-about-indigenous-cultural?utm_term=.rkJgGgDaK#.pykAXAwEJ
https://twitter.com/NDNLit/status/583390391522725888
https://www.instagram.com/p/_D3BFzKn4q/
http://blackgirllonghair.com/2015/07/traditional-headdresses-in-black-culture/
https://www.modernghana.com/news/12934/1/for-african-americans-in-ghana-the-grass-isnt-alwa.html
http://bafsudralam.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-native-american-triangular-slave.html

Thursday

An Emblem of America | 1798 Painting Showing a Black Native American

Is it just me or does the figure in this 1798 painting depicting an American native have dark brown skin?  Not only that, but the native has a turban on and, for the most part, looks the same as the depictions from this artist of the indigenous Africans.
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Date 1798 "An Emblem of America" Published 1st. Feb.y 1801, by Haines & Son
Why does the American Indian look so similar to the indigenous African in appearance?



It seems that most all depictions of Native Americans pre-1850 showed people with dark brown skin.  That's not all, they also tend to have curly hair, broad noses, and thick lips.  In other words they looked like the so-called "African American".

"An Emblem of America" - 1798 - a Mezzotint by British engraver John Fairburn
Natives all over the Americas from North, Central, on down to South America have traditionally been described by early European explorers as Moors or negroes.  The artwork of the time also depicted them as such.