Tagged: African religions

“Zionism…is the idea that led to the creation of a home for the Jewish people…And to equate Zionism with the intolerable sin of racism is to twist history and forget the terrible plight of Jews in World War II and indeed throughout history.”

Do you see their lies and evil ways?  While president of one of the most racist countries in the world, Bush had the audacity to call racism an “intolerable sin”!?!!!!

Zionism is no different than racism because they are both anti-black and founded on the false belief that their race and/or culture are superior, while Zionist and other “Jews” of EurAsian descent who have hijacked African religions and religious concepts proclaim to be “God’s chosen people”.

These diabolical myths have been used to justify the unjust power and control EurAsians have accumulated throughout history to oppress the indigenous peoples of the world, as well as to claim ownership to the land known as Israel. It’s imperative that we rid the world of these lies and replace them with truth!

Source: George W. Bush in an address to the United Nations on September 23, 1993. https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1993/11/reverse-racism-or-how-the-pot-got-to-call-the-kettle-black/304638/.

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Beyoncé channels Yoruba Goddess Oshun.

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I loved Bey’s performance at the GRAMMYs on Sunday. I loved it even more because one of the two songs performed, was co-written by my good friend Ingrid Burley!

Some people are saying that Bey’s look was inspired by the Yoruba goddess Oshun. The Yoruba people are “descendants from variety of West African communities” who are “united by geography, history, religion and most importantly language.” The main countries where the Yoruba people live are Nigeria, Togo and Benin. In their religion, Oshun is the “goddess of water, fertility, motherhood, and the passing of the generations.” This deity is also responsible for blessing women with twins. As you [may] know, Bey is pregnant with twins. For more information on the Yoruba, click here.

I’ve always loved Bey, but I love her even more for continuing to use her platform to help [re]awaken the psyche of Africans, especially those living in the United States of America.

More pics from her performance are below: