2010 NOTES IN BLACK HISTORY

 

BLACK HISTORY IN TRANSITION

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Greetings Brethren,

 

Peace be unto you. The record continues to mount however the purge also continues. The sages leaning on the Book of Jasher still see parallel’s with the Holy Writ.

 

Banished Afro-Centric Theories

 

Man seeking temporary pleasure and impure

things still call the game. Calling the shots

the historical record is wasted as sure as

a Black and ignorant mind.

 

The Lords and Princes thus devise all the

curriculums as fallen teachers the Deans

and President’s of academia are chosen to

follow a programmed aspect of mis-education.

 

Missed education stays in the mainstream.

But is the critique or evaluation up or down

stream? Culture mired in nationalism often

confuses many people.

 

Black is the homeland while Africa came later.

Since time immemorial said Brother Chancellor

last name Williams and so did DuBois in the

“World and Africa” while our other brother revealed,

 

“The Destruction of Black Civilization.” The highest

stage of technology on the earth also produced a sub-

racial group of Blacks called Americans as this is their

home.

 

Wasted debates lasted all day and at mid-night the

Truth still waited. Revolutionaries sat in many cushioned

arm chairs. Principles, values and intellectual integrity

are traded for tenure, a pay day and a holiday.

 

Was there any real Black or African Studies? Maybe

it meant how and what you describe as Black or African.

Just who organized Black Studies? Who develops the

curriculums for Black America?

 

The real Afro-Centric scholars languished in agony at

the waste of intellect as the Fools and those that denied

God rejoiced over things that made them happy. However

Joy  that is everlasting comes in the morning for those that endure.

 

Peace and Paradise,

Dr. Carl A. Patton writing for the FreedomJournal Press 9 February 2010 in the year of our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.

 

 


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