This picture(above) is sick and very disturbing! It shows the true nature of these depraved white demons that enslaved black people. It is a picture of a castrated black man. We all know about the slavery,lynchings and rape of black women(and men) that went on during the Maafa. It truly was a holocaust in every sense of the word. One of the atrocities that Europeans like to ignore is the castration of black men during this time. They don’t like to bring this up too much. It’s one of their horrors they like to keep buried. But it’s the truth. They were turning black men into eunuchs. They treated us less than human! Dogs,pigs and chickens were given more respect than us! And the castration has never stopped.
Now they are doing it through the media. They’re doing it to us mentally through films and television shows. Look at all these pics(above) of black actors. Actors like Eddie Murphy,Martin Lawrence,Jamie Foxx,Kevin Hart,Wesley Snipes and Tyler Perry have all dressed up like women. These black actors and comedians have sold out for a dollar. They are destroying the image of black men. This is just another process in the demasculinization of black men. They are making black women seem more masculine yet at the same time making themselves look more feminine. America doesn’t want the black man to fight for his freedom and liberation. They want a nation full of black homosexuals,transgenders and soft weak little boys. They know that if we adopt this mentality we can never fight for our freedom. Which is why this psychological warfare is so dangerous. We must change our consciousness if we are to survive this mental onslaught.America doesn’t want strong intelligent masculine African men to be in our community. So it’s a political and social necessity that they castrate the black man psychologically.
Khaneshia Smith was born in Tallahassee, Florida to an entrepreneur and a refined College Administrator. The self proclaimed girly tomboy found a safe place in becoming involved in softball, cheerleading and SGA as she fast tracked her way to the top.
As the co-creator of Black & Sexy TV’S Cheap Chicks, she has earned popular acclaim for her roles as the star in the dramedy Friends: a Depression Story and has proven that she can disappear into a role and mesmerize audiences.
As a guest star on Lebron James’ Survivors Remorse on Starz, co-star on Kevin Hart’s hit show Husbands of Hollywood on BET, and All My children, actress KJ Smith has successfully made the crossover from the corporate treadmill to feature film work, several national commercials, book covers and hair care print campaigns. Her resume secured her a spot as a guest star on Starz’s survivor’s remorse.
KJ is currently filming recurring roles on the popular series shows “The Therapist” and “Blackboots”.
She has one sibling who is a well known news reporter; her sister inspired her to stand in front of the camera with confidence and to tap into her penchant for acting.
KJ studied Business Marketing at The Florida State University. After a series of sleepless nights and denouncing her fears, KJ relocated to the “city of angels” where she has made acting her business. She uses the principals that she learned in B school to present herself as a brand and walking business. The former Seminole is a highly emancipated actress, turned Hollywood’s next “It Girl” and Hollywood is taking note.
KJ hopes that one day she will be invited to return to her alma mater to speak to those who aspire to enter the acting world.
She is an enthusiastic supporter of the cerebral palsy foundation as a nod to her father.
Amidst television celebrities and new faces adorning the Silver Screen, one name has grown to be recognized and revered by teens and Internet fans nationwide: Tiffany. Tiffany Withers has spent the last five years as the face of BET hosting some of the network’s hottest shows.
Growing up in New York City, Tiffany’s magnetic personality and charm caught the attention of Ebony Magazine who put her in the magazines’ print ads; but, she had her sights set on television and movies.
Tiffany’s big break came at age 19 when she was cast as Jay-Z’s childhood sweetheart in his first film, The Streets Is Watching. She made such an impression that he cast her as a lead character in his next project, Paper Soldiers as comedian Kevin Hart’s girlfriend.
When not hosting shows, Tiffany lends her distinctive voice to Westwood One Radio’s celebrity news updates. Tiffany is a sought-after product endorser, appearing in commercials for Scion and Snapple. Along with endorsements, Tiffany also has a world-class sense of style which has landed her on the pages of numerous magazines.
Tiffany Withers: a powerhouse of on-air charisma, a bankable spokeswoman and a radio host who gives spark and excitement to any project she is associated with. As her star continues to rise; the future looks bright for Tiffany’s Life.
Angell Conwell was born August 2,1983. Born in the tiny town of Orangeburg, South Carolina, Angell Conwell began her journey at a very young age. After winning countless awards locally, she signed with Wilhelmina’s Kids Division in New York at the age of 10. Always one to challenge herself. She begged for her parents permission to audition for August Wilson’s highly acclaimed, “Fences”. After landing the role she realized, pursuing an career in entertainment was exactly what she would set out to do.
At age 11, Angell and her mother, with only enough funds to stretch a couple months, temporarily relocated to Los Angeles for pilot season. It was quite a eye opener for her. After a very trying season, on the exact day she was scheduled to move back to Carolina, she booked the CBS pilot “On our Own”. Although, the pilot wasn’t picked up to series, the network noticed this vibrant young actress and soon called her back to Hollywood to audition and eventually star as Meshach Taylor’s daughter on the CBS show “Dave’s World”.
Over the years, Conwell has guest starred and recurred on dozens of hit shows, NYPD Blue, City Guys, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Moesha and 3rd Rock from the Sun,Family Time to name a few.
At 17, John Singleton cast Angell in her first silver screen role as Kim in “Baby Boy” sharing the screen with Tyrese, Taraji P. Hensen & Omar Gooding. Immediately after, she began filming the Lions Gate comedic remake “The Wash”, and MGM’s highly controversial but wildly popular “Soul Plane” alongside Kevin Hart, Sofia Vergara, & Monique.
Next up for release is National Lampoons Sex Tax: A Comedy Based on a True Story about the first government owned brothel; written and produced by Hollywood vet David Landsberg.