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The Term “African-American” Is Just Another Way of Saying The N-Word

It’s sad, and in some ways, quite laughable. I just shake my head in disbelief every time I hear someone who claims “African-American” heritage trying to eradicate the use of the n-word. I am a Black Man. I don’t use the n-word and I do not describe myself as an “African-American” because these terms are really just two sides of the same coin.

Have you ever really looked at the term “African-American?” Read the term from right to left and you will see that it is just a mantra, which takes the individual claiming such heritage through the middle passage, when all you were was just an “n-word.” That’s all an “African-American” is. See people never really want to hit the cause of a problem at its root, but just complain about the problem itself.

This mantra “African-American” came into use heavily during the early-1990’s. Before this time, the “n-word” wasn’t used heavily, in the media, or in the streets. This means that the term “African-American” has a subliminal, subconscious connotation that is absorbed by the youth of today. Black-on-Black crime has risen to great proportions ever since the term “African-American” has come to rise.

It was a stupid idea, in my opinion, for some black people to even adopt this term. No forms were given out, giving you a choice in the matter. The term “African-American” sounds like a fan page for people who didn’t want to see the Cosby Show end. To me, being black, was and still is a unique label among nations. It has no origin and is not attributed to any land mass. It is this quality that resembles the creator the most. Instead, a few educated fools, in need of being like all the other “children” with ethnic labels, decided to jump the gun and put it out in the media. Being African-American is just another way of saying “I’m not black, I’m Puerto Rican” with a little James Brown at the end. It’s stupid!

A lot of ethnic groups could fall under the banner of “being black.” However, now that a few people left being Black behind in order to become an African-American, other ethnic groups that were involved in the Black Experience are now separated from African-Americans and these “educated coons” can now feel good that they have an ethnicity all to their own. Stupid fools!

A Negrito Family in Thailand

A Negrito Family in Thailand

Just look at the Negritos. I am attaching a picture in this article. When you look at the Negrito, they appear to have African features. However, the Negritos are the most genetically distant population from the Africans. Negritos mainly inhabit Southeast Asia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Pacific islands. It believed by some scholars that they also inhabited North America. The point is that this idea that all black people come from Africa is a farce, but does support the Christian Church theories as far as the origin of man, being that people had to come from one central place. Instead of the true reality that populations of man sprouted up almost simultaneously around the world.

African-American is a mantra taking you through the middle passage as you read the word from left to right. That’s all it is! It’s the N-word for the New Age and anybody identifying with the term. You mean to tell me that a people can be dumbed-down to the point where they are acting like a five-year old child running to the teacher because one of their classmates used a bad word? African-American is a mantra taking you through the middle passage as you read the word from left to right. That’s all it is!

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  1. I agree with your post, the only thing I have a problem with is, the point about not all black people come from Africa. All black people come from Africa alongside every other race in the world.

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  2. Thanks. let me just say that in the works of the late J.A. Rogers, it was also presented that blacks originated in the East and migrated West into Africa. i am in favor of this view, though it has been abandoned by scholars of late. There is still evidence to support such. it should also be noted that this is in the history of the medicine men in Asia and Africa. Just food for thought.

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  3. I’m always open to new theories, and will look it up, I always thought everyone originated in Ethiopia, which was backed up by the ancient Egyptians, what J.A Rodgers books says about blacks originating in the East?, because I would like to read it.

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  4. Good article brother. No one originated on Earth. This Universe is too big for anybody to assume a whole species sprouted at a baby Planet the size of a moon of Saturn. John 14:2 “There are many lodgings in my Father’s house, and if not, I would have told you, because I go to prepare a place for you.” Africa was just a colony from a much more ancient civilization of Mu in the Pacific that is now mostly submerged. Mu was colonized by many alien species and one of them were tall dark blue skinned people with the facial features of what now is called Black People. People already existed before that and with dark skin. People with dark blue skin existed already in other planets. No one is African or American we are all just people in need to break the ice crust around our minds. Most of your human history is submerged under the Oceans, buried under the ground or inside caves. Africa is not the birthplace of anything save maybe for some plant specie mutations and animal interbreeding. Energy is the birthplace of things.

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  5. @priceless21..Thanks for your reply! You can check out 100 Amazing Facts About The So-called Negro by J.A. Rogers. I remebered he mentioned something to this affect in a very short line. Years later, when studying some of the deeper aspects of Eastern Religion, I learned of this same knowledge in secret Budhhist Teachings, as regard to the origin of races. Later, other “coincidences” began to appear. Credo Mutwa, author of Zulu Shaman, also mention a migration of the Zulu people form the East. I found this interesting as the Zulu and the Japanese have the same surnames and share cetain words in their perspective languages. Credo Mutwa, in the book, Indaba-My Children, says the following on page 543:

    “There are those who claim that Africa was the cradle of mankind while others to Middle or Far east theories. It is my conviction, based only on my observations, that mankind originated in South East Asia.”

    These are the words of a Zulu medicine man. The idea of Africa as the origin of man has a lot to do with trying to uphold the Abrahamic belief system. I’ve debated with scholars, and while the church doesn’t seem influencial publicly, any discovery that contradicts the Church can be published in the newspapers, but it will not be taught in educational institutions. Think about it. It’s still being taught in educational institutions that Eygpt is not a part of Africa. Now you’re going to believe in the same institutions when they say that Africa in the origin of man. Yeah okay. You just wiped out half of you’re history!

    In The Children of the Sun, George Parker writes “… it appears that the entire continent of Asia was originally the home of many ‘black’ people and that these people were the pioneers in establishing the wonderful civilizations that have flourished throughout this vast continent.”

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  6. Thanks Sister Ankhara! That was a good reminder indeed. You should be a write on this page too! 🙂

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  7. @Priceless21…let me also add that Ethiopia today, is not what it was in ancient times.

    “(History of Ethiopia, Vol. I., Preface, by Sir E. A. Wallis Budge.) In addition Budge notes that, “Homer and Herodotus call all the peoples of the Sudan, Egypt, Arabia, Palestine and Western Asia and India Ethiopians.” (Ibid., p. 2.) Herodotus wrote in his celebrated History that both the Western Ethiopians, who lived in Africa, and the Eastern Ethiopians who dwelled in India, were black in complexion, but that the Africans had curly hair, while the Indians were straight-haired.”

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