Black History Month #‎blacklivesmatter‬ #‎alllivesmatter #feminism #whitepriveledge

Black History Month. Supporting minorities does not mean you are at war with majorities (although you might be, I’m not.)

Yeah, there’s no white history month. Yeah, there’s no manism to balance sexism. Yeah ‪#‎blacklivesmatter‬ but why no publicity for ‪#‎alllivesmatter‬?

The mind of duality likes “you’re either with us or against us” but unity consciousness realises life is rarely that simple. It’s multidimensional, there are levels to this ish.

White history is important. But white history has not been erased from history books – do you know who the Moors were? Did you know that the richest man in history, ever, was a black man of the Moorish kingdom you probably never heard about? I never heard about it either, not til my thirties and a conversation with Afrika Bambaataa. Greek History and Roman History and English History and American History are generally in our history books. But the Kingdom of Kush (Egypt) is full of mythology, not history, and the Moors are just swept under the carpet (apart from the racist speech in True Romance – amazing movie.)

Male issues matter. But men don’t get paid less on average and are less likely to get raped, and did not receive the centuries of repression from wise women wbeing found and murdered duyring the “witch hunts” to women’s role in the Bible being apparently marginalised in the editing. Yes, men have been damaged by the patriarchy as well, now although there is a resurgence in the Divine Feminine but we don’t even know what the divine masculine is. It doesn’t help that when someone does try to reassert masculinity it’s some guy travelling the world apparently trying to justify rape. No, just no. Yeah, He-Man is an unrealistic role model as well, but with Barbie, most skinny pop stars (who are under pressure from record labels to lose weight), most skinny actresses (who are under pressure from Studios to lose weight) and every magazine cover systematically eroding the self-esteem of our sisters and daughters it is clear to me that although men need to work out what it is we celbrate when we celebrate men, the patriarchy has done and continues to do more damage to women than to men. Before 1918 no women were allowed to vote in parliamentary elections in the UK. The Nineteenth Amendment, which prohibited state or federal sex-based restrictions on voting, was ratified by sufficient states in 1920 in the USA. That’s not a long time ago.

I don’t pretend to be an expert on gender issues or feminism. With the definition of “feminist” appearing to change over the years and with gender becoming an ever more sensitive issue with more and more less dual gender titles being introduced rather than label myself as feminist I simply say I support gender equality yet I am aware I am ignorant of many of the issues.

Yes, I actually use both hashtags #alllivesmatter and #blacklivesmatter. Because yes, all lives matter. But unarmed black men get shot in the back while they’re running away.

So I hope that makes sense, supporting minorities does not mean you’re at war with majorities. Although, like I said – the mind of duality likes “you’re either with us or against us” – that’s just fear talking.

There are these movements to support minorities because white history is generally called “history”, women get paid less and treated worse in general and unarmed black men get shot in the back by cops who never get arrested for it.

White history is important. Male issues are important. All lives matter. So yeah, I love white people, I love my fellow men, and I think all lives matter but excuse me if I celebrate Black History month, support feminism (that’s for gender equality, not the hatred of men) and use the hashtag #blacklivesmatter when posting something about unarmed black men getting shot in the back.

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/world-history/meet-mansa-musa-i-of-mali-the-richest-human-being-in-all-history-8213453.html

 

African Influence On Early Greeks

 

http://www.nathanielturner.com/missingnosesinkemetsculpture.htm

 

When Black Men Ruled the World: 8 Things The Moors Brought to Europe

 

 

ODB named himself the Egyptian God Osiris at one point. He also saved a little girls life. The conscious aspects of his existence have been overshadowed by his drug addiction and wild lifestyle. 2Pac wrote poetry, songs empowering women and black empowerment. The conscious aspects of his existence have been overshadowed by his gangsta persona and the media reporting false charges. Even recent black history gets buried under sensationalism.o

 

Black, African, Moorish and Nubian history (and the decline of Red Ice Creations)

INTRO:

Red Ice Creations used to be a format for alternative speakers like Michael Tsarion, David Wilcock and Graham HAncock ould do talks on all sorts of political subjects, historical subjects and spiritual subjects that were not getting viewed on the mainstream media. Once upon a time it was my primay source of alternative information. Recently however it has been a platform for people talking about White Pride (fair enough), which unfortunately sometimes spills over to White Power (ummm, you already have that, like, everywhere) and sometimes sounds quite simply like thinly veiled racism.

http://www.redicecreations.com/

One of the comments on one of their youtubes recently attributed all of humanity’s achievements to white people, and claimed that black people and Africa in particular would have nothing without white people. I don’t have a problem with white people or even white pride but I have a problem with historical innaccuracies and/or racism so that comment inspired me to share a few facts about Black, African, Moorish and Nubian history you can see below…

I’m aware that you cannot judge a youtube video or a youtube uploader by their comments, that would be unfair. I am not racist, I am a black Englishman of Caribbean descent and most of my friends are white.  (It’s just information to be absorbed and transcended by universal consciousness – there is no independent nature to race.)

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“Nubian pyramids are pyramids that were built by the rulers of the ancient Kushite kingdoms. Prior to the Kushites building these pyramids, there had been no pyramid construction in Egypt and the Nile Valley for more than 500 years.The area of the Nile valley known as Nubia, which lies within present day Sudan, was home to three Kushite kingdoms during antiquity. The first had its capital at Kerma (2600–1520 BC). The second was centered on Napata (1000–300 BC). Finally, the last kingdom was centered on Meroë (300 BC–AD 300).”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nubian_pyramids

“The civilization that built the Sphinx, raised the pyramids and built the world’s first library also produced the world’s first physician, created geometry and astronomy and were among the first to explore the nature of our existence. And they passed their knowledge along to the Greeks. Modern people, in turn, have benefited greatly from this early education.

It’s well-documented that classical Greek thinkers traveled to what we now call Egypt to expand their knowledge. When the Greek scholars Thales, Hippocrates, Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato and others traveled to Kemet, they studied at the temple-universities Waset and Ipet Isut. Here, the Greeks were inducted into a wide curriculum that encompassed both the esoteric as well as the practical.”

http://www.philipcoppens.com/egyptgreece.html

“Both Plato and Pythagoras, identified as icons of Greek philosophy, stated that they and other great Greek philosophers had studied and learned that knowledge in Egypt. Many had studied many years at Egyptian schools, to return to Greece as the “first philosophers”.

Thales of Milete

Iamblichus wrote that Thales of Milete had to make it clear to Pythagoras that the latter had to go to Memphis, in Egypt, to study. Thales added that it were the Egyptian priests that were a veritable source of knowledge and information. Thales stated this at a time when he himself was Greece’s most famous and applauded philosopher, even though it would be his protégé Pythagoras who is currently best remembered as the “first philosopher”.
After Socrates’ death, Plato left for Egypt, where he studied for a period of 13 years. His mentor was Sechnuphis, a priest of Heliopolis (modern Cairo and thus near the Great Pyramid).”

http://www.africaresource.com/rasta/sesostris-the-great-the-egyptian-hercules/how-africa-civilized-europe-how-europe-is-in-denial/

So that’s all evidence, I don’t know if it’s proof, it’s just data. Data comes from our infinite consciousness and goes back to infinite consciousness but it’s evidence that Africa had kingdoms and libraries and information that is missing from the mainstream history. But it’s just data, just a story. I only share it to counter the other story – that blacks had nothing until the whites gave it to them. Just not objectively true.

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EPILOGUE: for those of you who may think I’m anti-white…
“Typical African immigrant?”
Actually my parents were Caribbean immigrants in the 50s and 60s when they were actually advertising jobs to the Caribbean because they didn’t want to drive they’re own taxis and buses. So they were completely justified in immigrating – they were invited to work here (a little bit of history most racists forget / are ignorant about.) And I was born in London so I was born with a British passport. So… you’re wrong too. Nobody in my family has been in Africa for 400 years, not since they were enslaved and taken to the Caribbean, but let’s not dwell on that shall we, I’m just telling you the accurate history of why I was born with a British passport but I wouldn’t want you to think I was spreading the blame. (And if you can read between thlines you’ll see why parts of Africa are under-developed, because we gave the Greeks the wisdom to build civilisation and then that information was used to build a technological empire and that empire used technology (guns and ships) to steal land and resources. African mines still make European families rich.)

I don’t hate white people, I am simply a long term Red Ice listener who has been listening to Red Ice since at least 2011 and has noticed a lot less objective alternate history and and objective alternative news and alot more fear and bigotry in the past two years to the point that I no longer listen regularly anymore and I do actually genuinely wonder sometimes if the real Henrik isn’t somewhere under Guantanamo Bay or something.
I simply see where the line gets blurred between white pride and simple racism.
There used to be a time when I assumed most of the listeners of Red Ice were well educated enough to know the global reasons for local conflicts and I wouldn’t have to educate people about the World Trade Organisation, globalisation and the military industrial complex in order to explain why Africa suffers so much conflict to decide who gets to mine diamonds for foreign nations to sell, or who gets to mine gold for foreign nations to sell etc. But the ignorance of their current listeners indicates the quality of their journalism. In my humble opinion it’s declining.

But that’s just my humble opinion, it’s just data to be subsumed or absorbed and transcended by open intelligence or universal consciousness – there is no independent nature to race and unless the real Henrik has been co-opted, bought, or brainwashed I would think he’d be too well-informed and open minded to have made his mind up about all members of any race. But maybe I’m assuming too much empathy?
It’s just data, points of view.