Is Anything Held Sacred by Black African-Americans. : ThyBlackMan

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Is Anything Held Sacred by Black African-Americans.

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( In no area have there been more misunderstanding than the search for the truth by black people of the suppression of black history. Whenever anybody embarks on such a search there seems to be great controversy, great misunderstandings.

More than half a century of responsible research by reputable historians outside the established ruling class on the contributions to humankind by black civilizations have revealed very strong overwhelming evidence that ancient black civilizations preceded European development. The establishment have shown no interest in such research choosing instead to ignore any controversial evidence that challenges their portrayal of history and have obfuscated any and all alien research.

History is full of denial and suppression of new ideas and evidence contrary to popular belief by the established ruling class.  We have John Henri Clarke PhD, Chancellor Williams PhD, Cheikh Anta Diop PhD, Amos Wilson PhD, Basil Davidson PhD, and others; where in each case the conventional wisdom have been challenged, ignored or revised by the investigation of these courageous outside researchers…not by presenting evidence to the contrary…but through ad hominem attacks with attempts to smear the reputation of these honorable researchers who risked to speak the truth as opposed to being politically correct.

The thoroughness and integrity of these men though smeared by Eurocentrics unfortunately have also affected the judgment of most African-Americans who allow themselves to be influenced by those of Eurocentric descent. Evidence suggest that ancient Black civilizations weren’t confined to just Egypt, but throughout Africa and other parts of the world including the Americas.

Most African-Americans have no free will and can be easily controlled and influenced through the use of black entertainers, politicians and ministers. They are all gate-keepers to white domination they help to keep the status quo and prevent change. Any Black African-American headed in a direction that is, unhindered, no roadblocks, no smokescreens…he/she is headed in the wrong direction.

Some would say that African-Americans are not African at all.  Webster’s dictionary 1828 definition of an “American – noun – A native of America, originally applied to the aboriginals, or copper-colored races found here by the Europeans; but now applied to the descendants of Europeans born in America.” Yet the only people in America that are the same color of the U.S. Indian Head penny are now called African-American, Negro, Black, colored, or Native American. The term   “American” wasn’t pale skinned blonde people. It raises the question were black people here before Christopher Columbus as some evidence suggest, if so black people of course would be indigenous people of America along with the Indians?  What is or was the significance of the Moor Treaty of 1787 with Morocco? Numerous questions few if any unequivocal answers!

In Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1964 speech “I have a Dream” he states that “the Negro finds himself exiled in his own land.” What was behind this comment, are we as a race of people still being hoodwinked and bamboozled? The answer must be a resounding yes…but to what extend?

The Bureau of Vital Statistics has and is supposedly undergoing the task of changing all birth certificates that read colored or Negro to African-American, seems innocuous, but is it? Such terms as Black and African-American are ambiguous terms and really doesn’t identify who we are, making us vulnerable to subliminal chicanery. Personally, I have a dislike for both Black and African-American neither term gives us a true identity which I address in my book “Undressing the N-word.”

Few know, black and white folks alike, that institutional slavery could not have been possible without the support of what is known as the Five Civilized Indian Tribes (Cherokee, Seminoles, Muscogee (Creek), Choctaws and Chickasaws). They were slave holders, traders, received rewards for running down and capturing any runaway slaves or bringing back their scalp with their ears attached. This is how scalping began starting in South Carolina.  These Tribes signed agreements with and fought with the Southern Confederacy during the Civil War to help maintain slavery. After the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation and the 13th Amendment the Five Civilized Tribes…rejected both… refusing to free enslaved black people arguing that they were a sovereign nation and wasn’t bound to honor any mandated freeing of their slaves. However, when the Tribes took up arms against the United States in the Civil War they violated all previous treaties and therefore lost territorial property/land claims.

The federal government offered amnesty to the Five Civilized Tribes in the form of the Indian Treaty 1866 aka The Black Freedman Indian Treaty 1866.  This treaty required Indian Tribes to free their black slaves, and grant freed Black people, Black Indians and their descendants, full tribal membership and voting rights in all matters pertaining to the Tribes.  The Treaties mandated that the federal government and the Tribes provide the Black freedmen and Black Indians 160 acres of land, equal share in all government provided material benefits, free schooling, reservation resources, and to be treated in all matters, similar to the way non-black members of the Tribes were treated. Today that would include free college education, tax exempt status and the right to own and operate gambling casinos.

During his term in office, based on this treaty, Obama gratuitously gave out to Indians, TV stations, radio rights and licenses to sit up cable systems.  He annually invited so-called White Indians to the White House handing three and a half billion dollars to them each time, never once invited black beneficiaries to the White House.


Black History month has just ended, the n-word…as always…was liberally used although the term Black/African-American Holocaust was seldom if ever used.  Since the establishment has never given African-Americans permission to make reference to a Black/African-American Holocaust the term is never uttered except by a small undefined number.  Perversely, massa has given African-Americans permission to embrace the n-word which is gleefully and profusely used, and/or condoned by most Black African-Americans.

For centuries African-Americans have been incarcerated in a prison of inferiority complex which is the fallout, psychological intent and purpose of embracing the N-word and it has served its purpose masterfully. There is a need for liberation and change from this chain of traditional falsehood.

To hold something sacred means valuing something enough to let it change you.  The preservation and transmission of our ascendants memories is the most sacred and critical mission to which the children and grandchildren of survivors must dedicate themselves to ensure meaningful and authentic Black African-American Holocaust remembrance in future generations. As the ranks of those who suffered alongside the murdered and dehumanized victims of the Black Holocaust steadily dwindle, the task becomes ever more urgent.

The 300 year Black/African-American Holocaust was an unprecedented world event. What was lost in human life and African heritage will never be recovered or recovered from. Its victims need “a memorial and a name”, and since we refuse to study the Black Holocaust we fail to see the irony in embracing the term n**ger/n**ga—the most infamous and anathemas term in the English language.  It’s absolutely senseless to continually allow ourselves to be weak, powerless or vulnerable by simply handing over control of our minds to others, and make no mistake about it, use of the N-word by Black African-Americans come from ALLOWING others to define who and what you are REFUSING to RE-define yourselves.

Do you not understand the significance, intent and purpose of the N-word n**ger/n**ga?  You are not considered human nor to be treated as a human. Psychologically, each and every time anyone of black descent mindlessly refer to one another as the N-word you are programing your mind to self-destruct agreeing to the premise that your life is of no value.  You fail to understand that the low-vibratory negative energy emulating from that word attracts injustices, police brutality, black on black crime, and any other senseless, sordid attacks upon Black African American people. By embracing the anathemas N-word you are accepting the total description of it, sanctioning the evil deeds and carnage perpetrated upon your race past, present and future. 

Staff Writer; H. Lewis Smith

This talented brother is the founder and president of UVCC, the United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc. ( );  and author of “Bury that Sucka: A Scandalous Love Affair with the N-Word“.

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4 Responses to “Is Anything Held Sacred by Black African-Americans.”
  1. Michael Angelo says:

    First of all the majority of you brothers are falling under white supremacy as brother adeoli has noted. The Negro must cease its attempt to create separate “tribes” ourselves from African to Native American. What is the difference to the average African American mind “BROWN” and “BLACK”. What use is with all the problems we have going on we are made at a word describing color?

    The majority of African Americans DO NOT use the N word. Even in the “relative” not-extremely-impoverished hood.

    This site mixes Hotep-ism with White Supremacy.

  2. Mustafa Adeoli says:

    pointless semantics…96% of every educated and ?ell off african american refers to themselves as black. Black is the color of the universe and profitable business. Black is the color of beauty. Why do whites tan themselves? Darker, Blacker is beautiful. WE all come from africa at some time. Stop your 1960 victim mentality allowing whites to define black which falls into their submission in the first place. Its called redefinition.

  3. @Jarrod Hill ~ Your passion about use of the terms Black and African American is same as those of Marque Anthony, in fact you could easily be one and the same person. What I suggest you do is write an article on the subject have it posted here on, send me a notice at that it has been posted and I’d be more than happy to critique it and offer my assessments of it. However, for now use of the term Black isn’t the issue here and if you wish for it to be an issue then please write your OWN article and I’ll be more than happy to respond.

  4. Jarrod Hill says:


    It amazes me how many of you are still brainwashed to call yourselves BLACK. Black is not an identity and scientifically black is not even a color. It is next to nothing. Black is the “color” of your car tires, not your skin. The white oppressive slave trader called you black and himself white to set up a contrast and to attach negative images and denotations to you based on a lie about color. Look up BLACK in the dictionary.

    Research even shows that blacks are perceived by other groups as very different from African Americans. But we still keep calling ourselves what someone else defined us as, what we are not and what has a negative dictionary denotation in society. WAKE UP. LOOK AT THE REAL COLOR OF YOUR SKIN. YOU ARE NOT BLACK. You are an African American. The lie of calling us black and defining us by color (the wrong color) has been in place so long that our people accept it as truth – but it’s not. Know your colors.

    Native Americans do not allow others to call them red men. Asians do not accept being called yellow men. Hispanics do not answer to “what’s up brown man”. And Caucasians are not white, notebook paper is white. Wake up and see the plan where white racist supremacists plotted to redefine our people from Africa. STOP CALLING YOURSELF SOMETHING THAT YOU ARE NOT!

    Black is the color of your car tires, not your skin author. Being called “black” is a lie and it should be offensive. Haitians, Jamaicans and even Africans do not accept being called “black”, Why do you think that is? They are identified by tribes, klans, geographic areas and their respective countries. By using the very term black to describe us, we are doing the following:
    1. Using a term white oppressors and slave masters gave us.
    2. Letting someone else define us other than our own people.
    3. Calling ourselves something we are not.
    4. Buying into thee lie and the negative denotation. Check the dictionary.
    5. Being set apart in a way that no other ethnic group allows. Native Americans are not called Red Man. Asians are not called Yellow Man. Hispanics are not called Brown Man. They do not and will not accept being defined by color and by some other race or ethnic group at that.
    6. Ignoring our actual color (brown) which means brainwashing has worked. Any time someone can get an entire race, ethnic group or culture to ignore what they are and call themselves what they factually are not, THEY HAVE BEEN INDOCTRINATED, ASSIMILATED AND BRAINWASHED.
    7. Playing right into the oppressor’s profiles and stereotypes. Did you know studies show there is a different perception of black people than there is of African Americans? Words create perceptions and perceptions create actions towards us.

    WAKE UP. You know your colors. And even though others around the world equated our ancestors with the color of the soil in Africa or the meaning of negro/negroid, that does not change the fact that WE ARE BROWN – NOT BLACK.

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