Black Lives Matter: Ethiopian Jews

All around the world you have people of African descent being targeted, ostracized, and treated as sub-human. Not just in Israel, but the U.S, Brazil and many other countries. It is time that Black Lives Matter became more global and for our ambitions to become even greater. To fight corruption and combat those who are trying to and have been taking ¬†advantage of our culture, our identity, and our sanity. In Dominican Republic you have Haitian migrants and citizens of Dominican Republic being treated as cattle. On an island where 90% of their citizens are indeed of African descent themselves. In many African countries, the trade system is so corrupt that other countries profit more from some African nations’ resources than they do. The aid sent to poor countries within Africa is nothing compared to the wealth allowed to be taken out. Let’s us pick up where Marcus Garvey left off, a global coalition of unity in fighting tyranny. Once we can defend ourselves, it will give us greater power to help other people locally and around the world who are going through similar grievances.

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  1. First you have to get through the gauntlet of “black leaders” who are paid handsomely to keep blacks at odds with each other and with whites. Booker T had it right “as long as there are colored people making a living off the black grievances staying alive, there we be no justice or advancement.

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    • Latti Ice

       /  July 23, 2015

      Yes, inner division is one cause but it is way more than that. Talking about Al Sharpton all day for example is a waste of time to me when my focus needs to be on police brutality, gangs in certain areas within some urban cities, gentrification, systemic racism, etc. In addition to calling out some ppl within the Black community who may be manipulators themselves. The major point is, there are no Al Sharptons in Israel and yet there they are with the same grievances and problems. There are no Al Sharptons is Brazil, but there they are with the same fight against systemic racism. It never boils down to the Al Sharptons. Book T. Washington had some things right, and Black people did prosper by following his economic ideas/plans. What happened though? From 1919 to 1951 Black urban areas, towns, etc were burned down by White mobs, redistributed to other companies and seized by the U.S government. At this point it is an All of the Above mentality we need to have in order to survive. Also let us not forget that even the U.S government shattered the dreams Booker T. Washington had. Theodore betrayed his trust and from there it went downhill.

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      • Maybe it’s bigger than you think. You know of Steve Cokely?

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      • Latti Ice

         /  July 23, 2015

        The former aide to the mayor Sawyer?

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      • Yes are you familiar with him and boule?

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      • Latti Ice

         /  July 23, 2015

        The Black Illuminati, I think; is that what you are talking about?

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      • The wall of sell outs is in place. Just curios if you know what your up against when trying to advance change. Your blog is new to me so I am interested in the angle of approach and one needs to know what he’s up against.

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      • The real problem is white supremacy. The Boule just uses black actors,rappers and politicians to distract black people from the real issues. That’s why many of them don’t speak out on racial issues that much. A white person signs their checks so….never bite the hand that feeds you. The struggle for black liberation is in Brazil,Jamaica ,Africa,America,Canada and the UK. That is because white supremacy is a global system. This is the problem that our people fight against. The Boule is only a small part of the equation. But a very effective part in this game of deception being played on our people.

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  2. Here’s a post I did about the Boule three years ago. If you want to check it out.
    https://kushiteprince.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/the-boule-skull-and-bones-society-part-1/

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