They tell me it’s Black History month. Shortest month of the year of course. But it’s Black history month every month on this blog. So before the month is out I thought I’d end the month on a high note. They say that most black women hated black men nowadays. Don’t the young black women today despise black men? Not judging by this video. This video doesn’t even have 1,000 views. Not very surprising though. The media wants us to believe that ALL black hate black men with a passion. The racist media does all it can to keep us divided and hating each other. If this video was about bashing black men it would have thousands of views in a matter of days. And anti-black women videos are also overrepresented as well. These videos help to destroy black consciousness,black love and unity. I know many black men that love black women and vice versa.
I know the Uncle Toms,bed wenches,self haters and swirlers will hate this video.lol They hate black love. This video destroys their perception of the world. But don’t fall for the propaganda. These are the videos that don’t go viral. And with good reason. They don’t want us to love and respect each other. Black love is a threat to white supremacy. But I applaud these black women in the video. It’s always good to have words of encouragement. I want the sistas to know that we love and appreciate you too. Much respect and Kushite approved!
Looks like Hollywood has the perfect film just in time for their Greco-Roman, pagan,orgy-inspired holiday known as Valentine’s Day. The interracial propaganda is relentless. When President Obama was in office there a big increase in interracial couples in television dramas,sitcoms and films. By him being biracial,he was used as a symbol of some type of racial harmony. Of course we know this is nonsense. There can be no racial harmony when one racial group has more power than another group. This is where the propaganda comes in. I have covered this subject many times in the past. And it looks like I’ll have to continue to do as long as they keep putting these films out. Now we have the film A United Kingdom. The basic synopsis :
“The film is based on a true story. Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo) is the Prince of Bechuanaland (now Botswana). In 1948 he meets and falls in love with London office worker Ruth Williams (Rosamund Pike). But their interracial relationship is not approved of by either of their families, nor by the British and South African governments. Seretse and Ruth must defy family, apartheid and the British empire to return from an imposed exile to their African kingdom, and assume power after independence.”
This trailer(above) is very hard to watch. Here you have an African prince and he wants to marry a white woman?? This is total insanity. This is self hatred to the fullest! I don’t want to hear any crap about color blind love. This is nothing but propaganda to make us love our oppressors. A white woman as a queen in an African nation is blasphemous! This is a slap in the face to black love. Seretse Khama is a disgrace to African people. Khama sold out his nation. He is no prince! Isn’t it interesting that Hollywood can find money to make this film but not about real African heroes. There were African men and women that did great things in the past. What about a film about Thomas Sankara? Patrice Lumumba? Yaa Asantewaa? Queen Tiye? Marcus Garvey? Haitian revolution? Queen Nzinga? Nope! Instead they give a stupid ass love story between a brain dead Negro who gives his fortune away to a common white woman. This film is stupid and insulting on so many levels.
This is a very interesting interview with the stars David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike. Pike says that the film tackles racial prejudice from both sides. She says that it’s about two people that are color blind. Give me a break! This white woman is lying through her teeth. She knows damn well no one is color blind. And our society is nowhere near that. The world is comprised of racial groups. Color blindness is a myth. Then Oyewolo goes on to say that the way to “unite a kingdom” is through love. And that Botswana has control of “most” of it’s resources. How did they lose some of their resources? How took them? I think you know the answer. And he says that Botswana sees itself has post-racial. This is man is insane! How can Africa be post-racial when you got Europeans trying to steal land and resources? He also says that his white wife has a small part in the film. She plays a…..racist! How fitting is that. You can’t make this stuff up. Black love and black unity is the way to fight white racism. The answer is not marrying and making babies with your oppressor. This film is designed to confuse black people about racism.
This picture(above) is of Amma Asante and her husband. She is a screenwriter and director. She is the director of A United Kingdom. Why would a black woman do an interracial love story? Well that’s an easy answer. Just look at her husband and it’s easy to see why this so-called universal love story is close to her heart.
Amma Asante is a very sick woman! This black woman has lost her damn mind.You don’t think so? Well check out the picture(above). That is a photo of the upcoming film When Hands Touch. It’s a World War 2 “love story”. It stars Amandla Stenberg who plays a biracial girl who falls in love with a Nazi youth. What the hell?? Even though Stenberg is biracial in this racial context she will be seen as just a black girl. I will cover the problem of biracial women representing black women in a later post. But anyway this film has taken “love they enemy” to a whole different level! They want us to love Nazi’s now??? What’s next? A love story with Adolf Hitler and Angela Bassett? Or maybe Denzel Washington falling in love with a female skinhead? I wouldn’t put it pass Hollywood at this point. Amma Asante has sold her sold for the chance to corrupt the minds of black people. She is a female version of Lee Daniels.
I understand better now why David Oyelowo was chosen for the lead role. In Hollywood he’s the go-to Negro at the moment. He’s been in other anti-black propaganda films like The Butler,Red Tails and The Help. And judging by the pic(above) of Oyelowo and his family,I think he was perfect for the role. Oyelowo and Asante are one in the same. They are both from the United Kingdom. And neither one of them believes in black love or black unity. They believe the way to defeat racism,oppression, and colonization is to just love your oppressor. Both of them are brain dead swirlers. But whatever you do,don’t support this film. Save your money and stay far away from this garbage of a film.
Tracy Camilla Johns was born on April 12,1963 in Queens,New York. She is most known for being in three Spike Lee films. She was in She’s Gotta Have It(1986) , Mo Better Blues(1990) and Red Hook Summer(2012). She is also known for a famous stripping scene she did in New Jack City(1991). According to Spike Lee she has since left acting and is now a Jehovah’s Witness.
Yaani King was born August 10,1981. The only daughter of an NYPD officer mother, Yaani was born in Flatbush, Brooklyn, and raised in Queens. Of West Indian/Guyanese descent, she has two elder brothers, she spent most of her childhood around the theatre, as her mother was a stage and commercial actress before becoming a police officer. As a teen, she was accepted into the High School of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center (New York). After moving back to Brooklyn at age 17, Yaani decided to pursue a career as an actor and was immediately cast Off-Broadway in the production of “The Alchemist” at The Classic Stage Company and received wonderful reviews. She also trained in 2007 at The Actor’s Centre in London.
I had to feature Oshun again! I love this song called Gyenyame. This song has a real laid back feel to it. And it has some great lyrics as well. Two very talented ladies!
I hydrate your souls, aquatic meditation
Goddess of the river
Lover of precipitation
I am the love and I am the beauty
Protection of a mother but sometimes I can get moody
Especially when my children forget that there’s work to be done
Ignoring the truth of the Supreme One
Your greed and irreverence has dried me out
Rebel or prepare for eternal drought
Orishas, we your teachers, open up your eyes and recognize
It’s a, a reason for the demons
Refuse to comply, speak your mind, don’t abide
Orishas, we your teachers, sister deities, the rivers and the seas
Orishas, your teachers, Queens of Africa, Oshun and Yemoja
Orisha and abosum
And the ancestors too
Keep the trinity Blue
Because when me and you
Were taken on the Ferris
Were taking from our families
Were taken from our terrace
Were taken to a land that wasn’t really there’s
See I followed you there
And I washed off your tears
You were wondering where
I was when you were saying your prayers
I was swimming in the water
Swimming in the ocean
Swimming in the seas
See I was chosen
To nurture your hope and keep it awoken
May Jah bless your token
Stay reverent and open to