The Attack on Black Masculinity continues……..

Time Magazine
Well look who made the cover of Time magazine. This person is “actress” Laverne Cox. Laverne is the first transgender person on the cover of Time magazine. Laverne is on the television show Orange is the New Black. A show that glorifies prison life. The title of the show alone should tell you they’re trying to insult and degrade black people. But this post is not really about that show. This post is about a pattern I keep on seeing in the media. It seems the mainstream media really wants to redefine black masculinity. They want to reshape the image of black men. That’s why you keep seeing all these “gay firsts” that just happen to be black men. This is being force fed on the black community. And I am really getting sick of it! I found this agenda a slap in the face to ALL black men! The media wants the whole world to see black men as limp-wrist sissies. A laughing stock for the whole world. I think many of these gay black men are being prompted to come out. I know there are plenty of white and Hispanic gay men in the sports and entertainment. But this onslaught of gay black men in the media is ridiculous.
Let’s take a look at what’s been going on the last few years.

Jason Collins
This is NBA player Jason Collins. He came out last year and the media went nuts over him. Everyone in the media called him a hero. Hmmm…..so sleeping with a man makes you a hero?? Utter nonsense!!

Michael Sam
Then of course we have NFL player Michael Sam.This guy is pretty much everywhere. The guy is a mediocre player at best. Heck,he was picked 294th in the NFL draft! Not exactly a superstar.lol But of course he sleeps with men so that automatically makes him a hero in the eyes of the media. Some have even called him the “Jackie Robinson of the NFL”. What the ???? What an insult to the legacy of Jackie. But just another way to connect the struggle of blacks to homosexuals. Which I have explained before that the two are NOT alike. But the media keeps on trying to equate the two. The media is controlled by demonic people!

Then we have WWE wrestler Darren Young. He announced he was a homosexual last year. Here he is having an interview with Ellen DeGenerate. Oops!! I mean Ellen DeGeneres.lol I’m sure this guy was prompted by the powers that be to come out. And I don’t think he’ll be the last. This is a pattern that will go on and on. But we have to let it be known that we don’t condone this behavior. And these men should not be looked upon as heroes in our community. Men like Malcolm X,Marcus Garvey,Patrice Lumumba,Huey Newton,Amos Wilson and Kwame Ture is who our young black men should look up to. Not a bunch of homosexuals who sold out their people to push an agenda by their oppressors. Hollywood wants men in dresses,acting feminine and playing homosexuals. And sports is now doing their part to destroy the image of a strong black man. Everyone knows that sports is a place men can display their skills,quickness and strength. It’s also very much associated with masculinity. So this is their last ditch effort to show that even though a man can look strong and tough—-he can still be a homosexual. And who better than to push this sick agenda?? The man that’s looked upon as the strongest,toughest,fastest warrior on the planet. The BLACK MAN.

Thank GOD we have warriors like Mwalimu Baruti unafraid to speak the truth. He gives me hope. And helps me to remain from going insane.

The Death of Black Manhood??

Sam
During NFL Draft Day Michael Sam was picked by the St. Louis Rams. He was on the phone and began crying when he realized he was drafted. I said to myself “when he gets picked he will kiss his gay lover”. Of course I was right. You’re probably wondering how did I know this. It’s not very hard to predict this type of thing if you’ve been watching American culture the last fifteen or so years. There has been a steady push by the media to get the masses to see homosexuality/lesbianism as “normal”. That’s why you see so many homosexuals in films,television sitcoms and commercials. Michael Sam came out to the public earlier this year. And also NBA player Jason Collins and WWE wrestler Darren Young announced last year that they were gay. What do these men have in common? They all happen to be black men. Isn’t it strange that all these “firsts” just happen to be black?? I’m sure there are some white and Hispanic athletes that are gay. Why aren’t they coming out? Where are they? Since many black people grow up in the church,we don’t typically accept this type of lifestyle. But many of us have gay people in our families. I have some in my family. Black people have always accepted gay people even in the church there have been gay members. We have been more accepting than most because we understand how painful discrimination can be. But just because we love the PERSON doesn’t mean we have to accept the ACT. And I’m not some crazy religious fanatic so don’t come at me with that nonsense. I personally don’t find it a normal act and I think it’s unnatural. And it’s something that shouldn’t be promoted in cartoons for children. I have caught subliminal messages in quite a few cartoons. They are trying to mold the minds of children. Much like they put out images of black inferiority in films and television as well. But gay and black are NOT the same thing. Our experience is not the same as theirs. Homosexuals didn’t suffer a holocaust like we did.
If you want to destroy the minds of a nation you don’t want them to grow up to be normal functioning warriors that can fight their oppression. The media has been trying to alter the image of black men for quite some time. The promotion of black men as homosexuals and dressing in drag is part of the plan. A nation of homosexuals are not a threat to the system of white supremacy. Which is why you see it so much. The goal is to reverse the roles of black men and women. Make the women more masculine and the men more feminine.
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Martin Lawrence and Tyler Perry in drag. Strong warriors right?

Jamie
Jamie Foxx as Wanda

Wil Smith
Will Smith kissing Kevin James in the film Hitch.
This is a war going on. And black people better wake the hell up! I know some of my followers are somewhat “pro-gay” and don’t think this is a big issue. Well I respectfully disagree. I say live and let live. I don’t think gay people should be stoned or thrown in jail for what they do in bed. I could care less. But when you want to push an agenda on the masses of my people and is anti-life and self destructive….I can NOT stand for that! And for the record,many Europeans are pushing the gay lifestyle heavy in Africa. Gay couples are even adopting African children. I’m not too fond of that either but I’ll save that for another post. And now they throw around the term homophobia to shame you if you disagree with them. I think scholar Mwalimu Baruti explained this very well.
“The political creation and use of the term ‘homophobia’ is a reactionary attempt to exercise power. It is an attempt by the homosexual community to gain control of global society through the manipulation of language to its political benefit. This is conceptual incarceration in action. Homophobia is defined as an ‘irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals. Like the use [of] the word ‘anti-Semitic’ by European Jews, words, actions and individuals arbitrarily defined by the homosexual community as anti-homosexual are effectively labeled homophobic.
“Calling a person homophobic makes him/her ignorant, nonthinking, prudish, judgmental or, worse, a backward, close minded peg retarding an otherwise progressive, liberal multisexual democracy. In truth and reality, close-minded means not being open or receptive to the European interpretation of reality. And specifically, with reference to us, just what is it that ‘closed-minded’ Afrikans are closed to? Obviously, not to what is best for us based on our ancestral interpretation of reality. The only thing that we are closed to is the absence of moral direction and spirit in the European realty. We reject the Western way of the world. And we refuse to be carted off in the seemingly directionless movement toward progress which we have identified as a natural cancer throughout the history of European culture.
“Homophobia is not the sickness. Homophilia is. The gradual public sanctioning and approval of branding noncompliant heterosexuals as primitive enables the homosexual front to indiscriminately stereotype and isolate their natural enemies. Heterosexuals intimidated by the threat of public and/or private censure readily acquiesce to their agenda.”The very existence of the word itself, like ‘anti-Semitism’ or ‘terroism,’ is a calculated move to place those thus accused on the defensive. What homosexuals seek is a shifting of the legitimate source for defining acceptable sexual realities from a polically factionalized mainstream into their hands. And, because of this, this word bears closer inspection…. To call people homophobic is to demonize them without qualification. Redemption, even if it were remotely desired by staunch heterosexuals, is not at issue. Classification as friend or foe is. The battle is waged on many fronts. The weapons range from proselytization to character assassination. But, unlike calling somone a ‘craka’ appending ‘phobic’ lends an air of scientific reasoning to this political accusation. For ‘phobia’ is defined as an irrational fear.
“It is important to see into the political advantage gained by homosexuals and their allies in using the homophobic label to intimidate their enemies. Unlike racist, sexist, ageist, paternalist and other ‘ists,’ where the accused is seen as only caught up in a tide of unethical or immoral thought and behavior, words like xenophobia, aracnophobia, zoophobia, nyctophobia, sciophobia and pantophobia carry a quite different connotation. The source of the fear is diagnosed as lying in the fearful individual and not the thing to which his/her fear is directed. The object of the fear is natural and usually harmless. Phobia is by far the more negative of the two because of what it implies about the mental state of an individual. It implies that the individual cannot distinguish reality from fiction or, at minimum, cannot see the normalcy in a naturally occurring phenomenon, person/group or thing. Only the phobic’s fear is deemed irrational and insane, not the thing it is directed at. It connotes more of an innate personal defect than a correctable error in judgment. The difference here is as profound and important as that between neurosis and psychosis or a misdemeanor and a felony.”
And I like the way the late great Del Jones breaks down the normalization of homosexuality.

“There is a movement toward the normalization of homosexuality in the nonEuropean world. European cultural imperialism is still in full force. In Afrika, it works through the neocolonial elite to enforce its homosexual will on the Continent using the same politico-economic tools that make their theft and privatization of huge tracks of land and resources there seem like no more than economic exchanges between political equals. Their cuts from Western loans, threats of covert military coups against their regimes, fear of embargoes against their countries’ tourism trade, undying attachment to investments in Western markets from generations of graft and anglophilic inducing eurocentric educations, are more than the encouragement negroes need to sell their people’s heterosexual tradition to the lowest bidder.”Just in 1999, a high court in Azania abolished all laws against homosexuality. With this ruling, males who had been found guilty of committing sodomy since 1994 could file for monetary compensation for time served and damages incurred as a result of their imprisonment. No judicial equivalent was meted out for the generations of Afrikans who slaved, and still slave, in the mines and homes of the European occupiers of their land. ‘Sodomites get all the rights.’ Sodomizers receive reparations before indigenous Azanians. Azania is but one Afrikan nation caught up in the crusade to make our world homosexual for Europeans. And turning the world homosexual makes homosexuality no different or more correct than making the world European. For they are one in the same evil.”Homosexuality is a strategically important resource. As Europe is a global nation of white people, it is a matter of national security…. In that the primary purpose of politics is the control and distribution of resources, homosexuality is a cultural resource. If the universal defense and sanction of one’s reality is based on its spread and presence among those not like you, then that spread and presence become politically important.”Their arrogant enlightenment of the rest of the world is still the motivation behind the homosexual component of their foreign aid and policy in general. Today, throughout Afrika, South America, the Caribbean and Asia, they are attaching the protection of homosexuality and its unbridled spread as a condition for receiving foreign aid. If the floodgates are not opened to the homosexualization of the population, then these countries become ineligible for the financial assistance supposedly designed to help in their recovery from Europe’s ongoing war against them.
“Sexual terrorism abounds. The work of homosexual mafia is evident everywhere. It is the politics of turning the world into their own personal whorehouse. Trinidad and Tobaga’s Trade and Industry Minister Mervyn Assam’s frustration at western homosexual intervention in domestic affairs says it all.
They want to Europeanize everything. They want to turn us into homosexuals…. They want countries who come to them for aid or grants or technical assistance, they want them to pass legislation so that homosexuality could become law. What has come to be called ‘homophobia’ by an extremely small but highly organized minority has been made into a human rights issue of international concern. Whether there is an absence or intolerance of homosexuality or not, these target nations are accused of sexual repression. Human rights are defined along European lines.National foreign aid policy relative to the forced homosexualization of nonEuropeans is no more than an extension for what could be called individual foreign aid.
Everyone has a right to their opinion. I just hope people respect mine. This is just an issue that I feel strong about. Mainly because I love my people and I feel as though this is an attack on the black collective. This lifestyle is not a part of black/African culture. And I think too many of out people are brainwashed by the media. There is no critical thinking involved. We can never accept the information of our oppressors. It’s easy to control the minds of the masses if you control what they see,hear and read. This is spiritual warfare we are in right now. I just don’t think many black people know what’s going on. I hope we wake up before it’s too late.

Never ending Homosexual Assault


This is a great video with King Samir interviewing Mwalimu Baruti. Here’s a great passage from Baruti. He really breaks it down.
Sadly, we have begun to see the rise of males in the role of men. And many of these males have pushed their way into the leadership positions of organizations which claim to raise men from boys. Most of them…believe that Afrikan manhood died in the early stages of the Maafa and was then misreconstructed in this land as an overraction to an overpowering, racist white supremacy. Further, and most importantly, they argue that this misreconstruction is beyond correction. In their role as mentors and teachers to Afrikan males on their road to adulthood, they outspokenly embrace homosexuality and effeminate male roles as authentic and credible definitions of Afrikan manhood. Before continuing this point, however, we should at least briefly address the origin of the word mentor itself. In Greek mythology, mentor is the adult male whom Odysseus, the protagonist in The Odyssey, trusted to raise and protect his son Telemachus as he traveled the world in search of adventure. Mentor, however, apparently had other plans that went beyond the mere development of Telemachus’ cognitive skills. His intentions, as a Greek, were naturally homosexual. Historically, in European culture, when sons are left in the hands of adult males they become their sexual victims. And this is what makes using the Greek term mentor, a name directly descended from the mythical character Mentor, extremely problematic for Afrikans seeking to maintain a heterosexual sanity. We give power to others, and their way, when we use their culturally peculiar terminology to define ourselves, those we honor and, by default, their and our actions in the performance of those roles. No matter how you look at it, ‘mentor’ in Greek society essentially referred to any adult male who educated a boy, exchanging his expertise for the right to sodomize him at will. It was custom, a socially accepted rite of passage of boys into manhood. Therefore, knowing Greek homosexual culture, we would have to logically conclude that Odysseus left Telemachus in the care of someone he could trust to ‘correctly’ and ‘lovingly’ introduce his son into his homosexual adulthood. Odysseus, a Greek warrior who by every historical account of interpersonal relations among Greek military personnel, had to be homosexual, had to be aware of what was in store for his son in his absence. And regardless of whether or not we interpret the lines in The Odyssey to say that he knew his son’s fate or not, in European culture, ‘mentor’ was and is the title held by those who bring boys into a homosexual adulthood. So, speaking in the language of our ancestors, Afrikans shuold use the term ‘Jegna,” not mentor, when honoring those Afrikans who unselfishly put so much of their energy into training our youth to be adult warrior scholars. Because, using the European language out of which we speak and define reality, to call someone your mentor is to call him/her your rapist. Jegna is a word taken from the Amharic language of Nubia. It refers to those who are altruistically committed, out of an unqualified duty to their people and nation, to teach our children the art and science of a politically conscious adulthood. Or, as articulated by Wade W. Nobles…’Jegna (Jenoch, plural form) are those special people who have (1) been tested in struggle or battle, (2) demonstrated extraordinary and unusual fearlessness, (3) shown determination and courage in protecting his/her people, land and culture, (4) shown diligence and dedication to our people, (5) produced an exceptionally high quality of work, and (6) dedicated themselves to the protection, defense, nurturance and development of our young by advancing our people, place and culture.'”

Homosexual War on Black Children


This is a very shocking video by Irritated Genie. I thought the U.N. was supposed to helping other nations. This poor Haitian boy was raped by these sick men! How come this type of thing isn’t more well known? What do you think when you see a video like this? Does it make you angry? It should.

Princess Boy? Is this the future we want for our kids?

This little boy likes to dress up like a girl. I think this is what a pro-homosexual/lesbian/transgender culture creates. And I’m afraid we will see more of this in the future. This country is going down the toilet. This is really sad to see. I can’t believe his parents are okay with this.