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THIS IS THE ORIGIN OF THE BLACK FRIDAY.

Posted by Reunionblackfamily. on November 24, 2013 at 4:45 AM

THIS IS THE ORIGIN OF "BLACK FRIDAY.

"Thanksgiving day is literally a holiday celebrating the beginnings of the almost total extermination of an entire race of people, commonly called "Indians" and the enslavement, continued oppression and genocide of the Afrikan, by european settlers"...Ishakamusa Barashango

Ishakamusa Barashango European Holidays Vol.2

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Dr. Barashango discusses the origins of European Holidays their pagan roots and why we as Black People should not celebrate them. Watch! Listen! And Learn from the Great Master Teacher!

WHEN EVER A SHIPMENT OF OUR PEOPLE CAME IN, AND THERE WERE HARDLY ANY DISEASE OR DEATHS AMONGST OUR PEOPLE (MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN) THAT WHERE HERDED OFF THE SHIPS..THEY CALL...................."BLACK FRIDAY"

BECAUSE IT WAS A GOOD OUTCOME ..WHEN THERE WERE MOSTLY SICK PEOPLE THAT CAME IN, THE SELLS WERE DOWN AND THEY WERE IN THE "RED" ..NEED I SAY MORE!

I SAY, LETS NOT PARTICIPATE IN A DAY THAT DEGRADED OUR ANCESTORS!...IF WE ALL CAME TOGETHER ON THIS, IT WOULD PUT A DENT IN THERE SELLS REPORTS!

REMEMBER, GOING OUT ON THIS DAY AND BUYING OUT OF GREED AND THE NEED TO GET A BARGAIN, ...ALL YOU ARE DOING IS DIGGING UP THE GRAVES...BEATING THEM, LYNCHING THEM, AND BURRING THEM ALLOVER AGAIN!

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5 Comments

Reply David D Sherman
1:32 PM on November 26, 2013 
I have found my calling ,Thank You
Reply Princess
8:47 AM on November 25, 2013 
Mary says...
Do you guys need an editor? I know how to spell.

Well, the books you read are not the same as the books read by the author. What you see as correct spelling is the mispronunciation of words written in truth in ancient Egyptian text. Question, does it matter how they spelled it if you still understand it?
Reply Mary
4:35 PM on November 24, 2013 
Do you guys need an editor? I know how to spell.
Reply Chris
10:55 AM on November 24, 2013 
Can you imagine the number of hunters that went out to collect "Indian Scalps" for sale to the government and the agents, the merchants! Do you have any idea how much they got measured in Pounds Sterling and cash today? This changes the meaning of the "Fur Trade" which became the "Scalp Trade"!
Reply Sanele
6:42 AM on November 24, 2013 
Lets unite against White Dominance!!!!