White Whores & Black Whoremongers

White Whores and Black Whoremongers is one of the most dramatic books in the annals of Black/White Race relationships and is told from a unique point-of-view. The book portrays reasons for the rivalry and disenchantment between black men and women, and the varying philosophies for schematic/planned subconscious Black inferiority turning Black people into ghetto fabulous fools. The title, White Whores and Black Whoremongers (written in 1995 with a second edition in 1999 and now a second printing 2007), is sometimes misleading to a reader who thinks the book is about White prostitutes and Black pimps. The subtitle: A Bona Fide Racial Holocaust realistically explicates the whoring of people with African ancestry. Four hundred years ago the whoring and devaluation of Black mankind started with slavery in the US. Today the whoring continues with the psychological leftovers minus the physical chains. A war is won by changing the minds of the people–not with guns. Europe changed the color of history. The European documentation used to rewrite history, as we know it is slowly being exposed for what it really is–a paradigm shift for genetic survival.
Black historical acclaims have been suppressed and distorted for centuries. If one travels to a different country, it becomes evident that foreign history books tell different accounts than what is printed in the average high school history book in the US. This book reveals historical concealment and brings forth to all the truth about citizens of the world. It has to be obvious to anybody that man has made his own rules and regulations comprising a racial format. The format is not only in direct violation of god’s laws but also to the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the US. White Whores and Black Whoremongers corrects false historical records. After reading this book, it becomes evident the “Color of History” has been changed.
Stewart’s books speak vividly with reference to race relations in America. The biggest curse word in the English language is discrimination. Americans are shunned by their peers if they mention the word discrimination because race peculiarities exist in other parts of the world. Since Black Americans now feel like we’re a part of mainstream America, the topic of slavery has been suppressed way-way-way deep-down in the subconscious as never having happened. Stewart’s books are dramatic in the annals of Black/White Race relationships and told from a unique point-of-view. The books characterize the reasons for varying racial philosophies and delve into subconscious inferiority. I really enjoyed this book. It’ll give you a whole different perspective on race relations.