The term “Black Dutch” is something you may encounter in your genealogy research, or maybe you’ve heard it mentioned in your family as being part of your ancestry? But what does it mean, exactly? Who were the Black Dutch? If you’re just getting started on your genealogy adventure, you may not know. This is the explanation you need.
I found it very interesting to learn that the Black Dutch were not one particular race. That is the most important thing to remember. It is a term that is used in historical documents to refer to several different groups. Knowing your ancestral origins and some of your family history will help you put the term “Black Dutch” in context with your own family. Continue reading →
The pair statue from the Tomb of Ikhetneb has lost most of its original paint on the faces and upper body of the two images, while much of the original paint on the legs and feet still survive. It seems evident that the darker paint has been deliberately erased on the face and upper body, thus giving the images the illusion of a white-skin appearance.
THE VANISHING EVIDENCE OF CLASSICAL AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS: “A 2001 Update” By Prof. Manu Ampim
The “Vanishing Evidence” series is a general summary of years of detailed observation and research. The full documentation supporting the conclusions expressed in this series of articles, including dozens of photographs, will be published in my forthcoming book, Continue reading →
Ten Best Lies of Black History By NOI Research Group (2013)
Lie #1 Whites were the first people on earth.
As long as Mendel’s Law is in effect Whites can never be the first humans. This is the law of biology that asserts that white skin is recessive and black skin is dominant, which means that two whites cannot produce anything darker than themselves. This is why ALL those seeking the origin of human beings start and end in Africa. Continue reading →
Let me rewrite this introduction. It is dumb to write about copywriting when the writing is sloppy. It would just make it clear that I am not to start a new business doing copywriting, unless it would really be just business. That would mean that I get other people to do the copying and the writing. And to get more other people to get the assignments for the copywriters.
In 1919, a group organization protested against the Boule’ in Washington, DC, exposing their allegiance to global white supremacy. Because of this, the U.S. military investigated the Boule’ and later adopted them as a spy network alliance. Each member of the Boule’ must take a lifetime membership to the NAACP, so it serves as no coincidence that we also find during that same time, in the 1910s, the NAACP initiated the Anti-Lynch Bill with the U.S. government. DuBois was one of the pawnz used in the finding of this so-called negro organization which is also started, owned and operated by the Round Table Group. The NAACPs major fund contributorz come from the Rockefeller Foundation who once gave them $3 million in the 1990s. Continue reading →
The Kemetic Cultural Influence on Ancient Greek Philosophy
Nkosi Ato Diop (james riley, jr.) (1995)
A term paper by S. Bozdogan and N. Rabbat
After receiving constructive criticism, the focus of this term paper will slightly differ from its initial intent. The previous title, The Kemetic [Egyptian] Origins of Greek Philosophy proved to be…let’s say problematic. After such criticism was taken into consideration, I was able to take a step back and look at what I was doing from a fresh and different perspective. As I did this, I realized the inherent problems within investigating the “origins” of this subject. For that matter, the discussion of the origins of any subject is a monumental task. Let alone, a subject such as philosophy is about as ambiguous as one can get. Continue reading →
Last piece, we laid the foundation of this wicked “white-with-black-faced” secret society called the Boule’ or Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc. We unleashed our liquid sword and beheaded the beast of secrets exposing the organization’s founding 6 members, one being dr. henry mckee minton of Philadelphia, on May 15, 1904. We also know, from reading the history book of the Boule’ — written by charles h. wesley, that on page 28, Continue reading →