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Default Why calling a Nigro African American is racist - 08-26-2017, 01:58 AM

Why calling a Nigro African American is racist, by Brother Gonzalez

This post is the preview of my essay on different races. This essay is an ongoing investigation that includes reviewing the SJW definition of every race and look if it has Biblical grounds. This effort is also my thesis for a Master’s Degree in “Christian Sociology”, which I hope the Landover University will give me at distance.

I use the Bible as primary source, but I have been allowed to borrow some old books from the Landover City Library (that old building besides “The Bonfire”, the popular place to go after work)

My intention is to demonstrate that calling African Americans that way it is not only racist, but also an insult to their traditions and roots. Furthermore, it is a disguised attempt to separate this race from the possibility of salvation.
Let us go then, and start with the basics:

They say it is offensive themselves as they do not come from Africa. You can look up some blogs, or use Google if you want (I personally don’t, I only search the scriptures, as per John 5:39)
Every “African American” I have encountered says the same: “I have not cultural ties to Africa!” (At least those I have encountered that knew how to form a sentence)
So calling them “African” is a way of forcing an identity. Who is forcing this identity? Well, who other that the Social Justice Warriors. Their view of the world has not a point of reference, as they do not follow the word of God. Therefore, they need to label everyone.
Black people are different. SJW’s cannot cope with the difference, so they needed to build a label. As black people found the “n-word” to be offensive (as it referred to only one country in Africa) what could the genius SJW come up? Of course, instead of naming them after a country, let us name them after the whole continent!
As if that was not offensive!

They were brought to this land by their “brothers”; i.e. other Africans that were into the slave trade. Some gullible white people from England and some mean Spaniards bought them because they were supposed to be good for hard work. That was not as accurate as the buyers believed it, but there were no refunds at the time.
We can source the book “Why are they here” by Lamentations Flint (Landover University Press, 1939) Here the enlightening writing of the Pastor says: “there is very little discussion of the role Africans themselves played. In addition, that role, it turns out, was a considerable one, especially for the slave-trading kingdoms of western and central Africa. These included the Akan of the kingdom of Asante in what is now Ghana, the Fon of Dahomey (now Benin), the Mbundu of Ndongo in modern Angola and the Kongo of today’s Congo, among several others”
We can conclude that they came to America uninvited and sent by their cousins, the same fact you can observe today with Mexicans and other races.
So even if they are not African, they are neither “pure” Americans; we still need a way to designate this phenomena.

Over the previous assertions, it is the fact that definition is not in the on the Bible. While “white” is in the Bible (Jesus was described as white in Revelation 1:14), “African American” is not anywhere in the Bible.
My research consisted in reading the whole Bible, on paper, looking for those words. I have not found any trace. Not a single mention.
As with every crucial fact in life, if there is not a mention in the Bible, it is because God is telling us something. Yes, God is almighty; He could foresee what was going to happen in the US in the 20th century so He deliberately and carefully did not mention the words “African American” together.
God is trying to tell us that call them that way is racist! God does not want us to be racist, at least not with the races He likes.
Nevertheless, the question remains unanswered: how do we should call them?

In his book “Of colored people” ( Landover University Press, 1943) Lamentations Flint described perfectly that “black” is inexact, because their skins came in a variety that went from blue to dark brown, and included some shades of gray as well (not 50 shades, but close to it)
Call them black is racist as well because is a generalization based on their skin color. Moreover, this skin color is different from one of this people to the other. We can take Lamar Odom and Michael Jackson for example, both labeled as “African Americans”, and “Black people” by the SJW’s, and see the difference they have in their skin tone.
Furthermore, we can see in Jeremiah 8:21 that calling someone “black” it is about a sad situation. Even if we can think that most “African Americans” lead a sad life, we cannot be so general on this. We need to find a better way to call them!
Calling them “black” is out of the picture. How should we proceed?

Let’s see what the Bible says. We start with the famous Genesis 9:22-27:
22 And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father, and told his two brethren without.
23 And Shem and Japheth took a garment, and laid it upon both their shoulders, and went backward, and covered the nakedness of their father; and their faces were backward, and they saw not their father's nakedness.
24 And Noah awoke from his wine, and knew what his younger son had done unto him.
25 And he said, Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren.
26 And he said, Blessed be the Lord God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.
27 God shall enlarge Japheth, and he shall dwell in the tents of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant.

We have been talking about this passage many, many times. Nevertheless, it is needed to explain once again why black people were enslaved.
Many wrongly interpret his passage to mean that Ham was cursed and that was how black-skinned people came to be. First, Noah did not put the curse on Ham, but on his grandson, Canaan.
Noah had allocated Canaan a land west of the Nile along with his brothers, but that he violated this agreement and instead chose to squat in the land delineated to Shem (and later Abraham), and so rightly deserved the curse of slavery.
The Canaanites were in time enslaved by the Israelites (Deuteronomy 9:1-5), descendants of Shem, and later by Medo-Persia, Greece, & Rome, descendants of Japeth. This enslavement of the Canaanites fulfilled the prophetic curse put on their ancestor Canaan by his grandfather, Noah.
We found further proof in the fact that original Palestine are black and not brown as they are presented today! It was AFTER the Diaspora they reached lower Africa. The Diaspora was caused for disobeying God, and try to settle on the land designated to the white people of Shem.
Many people say that after being enslaved by the descendants of Shem and Japeth, the Canaanites were freed of the curse. This people do not remember that Canaanites in lower Africa are the ones that escaped from slavery, though they did not fulfilled the prophecy. We can quote here again Pastor Lamentations Flint. In the aforementioned book “Why are they here”he says in page 176: “the diaspora was caused by disobeying God, and that is the reason they still had to fulfill Noah’s curse”.
So Genesis 9:25 -27 (when read according to the letter, and not with a false spirit) clearly teaches the Canaanites in America will be the victimized slaves to the Yephetics (Europeans)
You can find more information about races here:

Of course, if you can prove that you are a Cushite and not a Canaanite, you probably can walk free. If not, you have to be careful and accept the curse is still on you!

While we are still in the subject, let the public remind that there is nothing wrong in being a slave. It is not a humiliation; it is not a subjugation to other men, but to God. This, as long as you obey, of course:
Colossians 3:22 Servants, obey in all things your masters according to the flesh; not with eyeservice, as menpleasers; but in singleness of heart, fearing God;
Ephesians 6:5-8 5 Servants, be obedient to them that are your masters according to the flesh, with fear and trembling, in singleness of your heart, as unto Christ; 6 Not with eyeservice, as menpleasers; but as the servants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart; 7 With good will doing service, as to the Lord, and not to men:

Coming back on topic, what we have found after this long research is that the common heritage of so-called “black people” in America is their common ancestor Ham, and of course his son Canaan.
How can I be so sure that they come from Canaan and not from other Ham son? Well, it is simple: if they are descendants of slaves, it is because of the curse. The curse was on Canaan, and only Canaan. Why? Only God and Noah now, why one of the sons had to pay for the sin of his father.
Then, they are Canaanites. Being a Canaanite is the true heritage of slave descendants in America.

Canaanite Americans describe both an inherited culture -the past- and the future: Salvation if they agree to convert and obey, Hell if they keep the Canaanite culture including but not reduced to eat fried chicken, listen to Snoop Dog and other “rap” artist.
I hope with this designation we can start to convert more Nigroes into True Christians, and I certainly hope to see many chairs outside Church every Sunday! That will certainly satisfy my soul and will make this long research worthy!

As always, PRAY to God that this race will find the way to Him. Pray! Pray without ceasing!

1 Thessalonians 4:16 For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the TRUMP of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first.
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