African Americans Ain’t Africans Presents: Does homosexuality help the African American community?

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Tonight we tackle the issue of homosexuality in The African American community. Does it help repair a community that has been broken for years or is it one of the many prongs of genocide that African Americans face. Your voices need to be heard!

Thursday Feb 26, 2015

9pmEST/8pmCST/7pmMST/6pmPST

Call In: 605.562.3140

Participant Code: 240670#

Warm up 4 round up in L.A.?

By Jabok
Greetings!
  This is especially of interest for those who are in Southern California(greater L.A. area especially), or in any large metropolitan city..
  I’ve been taking the local trains and buses daily now here in L.A. for well over a year now; Sometimes I actually notice things even when my eyeballs aren’t peeled:  Over the last year or so, I’ve noticed these local LA area Sheriffs(who usually patrol most sections of the LA Metro Transit Authority as they have the contract for their security) and often local minucipal cops, such as Inglewood, Long Beach, LAPD, etc., will often wait at certain bus stops and board each bus briefly with a pad and pen, and jot down notes, then get off the bus.
    What was VERY noteworthy was an incident that happened while I was on the Metro Blue Line(from downtown LA to downtown Long Beach) on a late Saturday afternoon/early evening(still was plenty of daylight out):  Here, the LA MTA(Metro Transit Authority) have been closing certain stations/stops on weekends, claiming that they’re improving and remodeling those closed stations.  Usually they only do this on the weekend, as if they did it during the week, it would cause major disruptions with commuters going to work and school and have a huge ripple effect.  Anyway, they usually would offer free bus shuttle service to serve those closed stations on those weekends.  What was UNUSUAL was that I noticed when they closed the Artesia train station(same station where a man was shot dead in broad daylight- in plain sight of all their cameras- at the train platform by some evil nappy-headed assailant who had just robbed him seconds before finishing him off, with no Sheriffs found anywhere, of course)- there was NO construction on the tracks and NO work being done at that Artestia Station, OR the next adjacent closed Del Amo or Wardlow Stations.  However, there were a TON of Sheriffs “escorting” people/all of us train commuters like sheep onto the shuttle buses…
    That alone didn’t get me to connect the dots- UNTIL after I got to my next connection in Long Beach and was speaking to this older man at my bus stop stop.  HE said he was on a BUS, when the police STOPPED THE BUS, & made EVERYONE get OFF THE BUS onto one of these “Shuttle Buses” which took him to the “closed”/out of service Del Amo train Station, where he had to take ANOTHER “Shuttle Bus” to take him to the adjacent Wardlow Station where Blue Line train service resumed.
   Anyway, that’s when it hit me:  That’s where I connected the dots about that email I was sent about a possible plan these cockroaches were/are trying to do about shutting down everyone’s cars via their electronic systems to make it look its a “foreign” attack from another country instead of these domestic cockroaches masquerading as govt, to force everyone to take these trains[or “shuttle bus”] all over L.A., where they can try to “disappear” folks, similar to [Ashke]Nazi Germany…  Mind you, these cockroaches that dig these graves for others are the same ones THEY’LL be buried in! They’ll be the cause of their own demise JUST like what happened to the global elites in that excellent recent Hollywood movie (with Samuel Jackson as the villain) “Kingsman: The Secret Service”..

African Americans Ain’t Africans Radio Presents: Johnnie Aboriginine: The Return

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Tonight, we welcome back Johnnie Aboriginine as he tackles the Slavery Issue. He explains how there were more white slaves than they were Indigenous slaves, and how the usage and control of language confuse the African American.

Tuesday Feb 24th, 2015

9pmEST/8pmCST/7pmMST/6pmPST

Call In: 605.562.3140

Participant Code: 240670#

Life and the African American…

Yes, I see we totally disconnected from life, we see it as a game, something to be used. The United States creates death better than anyone. Unfortunately, the African American have made themselves complicit, and has become quite efficient in dying. Once Earth people, the African American has transformed themselves from stewards of Central North America, to slaves of lowly men, all for trinkets. The French translation of AmeRica is “rich souls”. The so called African American “soul” has been snatched from it’s body, to be used as the snatcher sees fit. And the worse the snatcher uses this soulless creature, the better the creature feels. The Earth is in the middle of a much needed cleanse, those who are against life, really serve no purpose. The Earth needs to maintain it’s cosmic balance in this system. The job of the inhabitants is to help Earth maintain that balance. Are you living or are you dying?

How Denial Perpetuates Our Hurt

By Denesa Segrest
Last night while at a party, my Son’s friend’s iPhone was snatched right out of his hand. Luckily, his Mom, the Sheriff’s Dept and the security guards at the function put the screws down and it was retrieved. Often times, WE as so-called black people don’t like to be confronted or challenged to address hard questions, things that are problematic, running rampant to the point of epidemic within our communities. Yes, a big part of the problems rest with parents, the lack of instilling in their children not to take things that are not theirs. Yes, some parents can do all they can and should and the kids can still get off track from their upbringing. Is it that wanton materialism in the face of glaring poverty has kids programmed, locked into a mindset of self and nothing else? Yes, the unemployment rate is a staggering 50% for black teens, but does that give any kid the right to steal? The theft of an iPhone can carry multiple criminal charges, since it is on average, $600 and depending on how the incident occurred. Many parents don’t do random searches of their kids’ rooms or even ask how they got expensive items or money when they’re not working.
As a parent, it is unfathomable to experience the hurt of your child getting killed over materialism or going to prison for it. WE know that if the truth is told, whenever a black youth or young man flashes across the news screen, WE shake our heads in disgust upon hearing the charge, sick and tired to the core. WE can’t deny that our young black males effectively punctuate stereotypical profiles of themselves, like it or not. WE tell our kids to just hand over whatever the embolden perpetrator wants but sometimes the depravity of the perp doesn’t let him just take the thing he sought and leave but instead, commit harm or worse, death, to his random victim, often close to his own age. What happens when someone sees your black male child, young adult approaching them but because of a recent robbery, one in which they got beat up, they vowed to never let it happen again and shoots your child because of a “flash back”, telling the police that your child got too close to them and they were afraid? Whether your dead child was going to do anything to the person or not matters less than the statistics that say he fit the description of who generally commits these acts. Enough reasonable doubt is created and nothing is done to the person who killed your child. For some reason known only to God, WE as black people just keep on going about life’s insanity, doing the same things expecting a different result, waiting on somebody to fix our brokenness. WE have allowed self-inflicted wounds to fester, causing massive, internal damage. Do WE even want to heal ourselves, take our power back and repair our communities? CHANGE IS AND ALWAYS HAS BEEN AN INSIDE JOB….THIS IS OUR CHALLENGE!

Earth As God…

Earth As God…

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Rusty Slimcutty says the Earth in and of itself is God, that the forces that function upon the Earth equal God. I agree.

Sometimes we look for things that are right in front of our faces, We don’t recognize them because we don’t recognize ourselves.

African Americans view of God is always through the lenses of someone else. Before we become indoctrinated in the Public School System, most of us are taken through the journey of Church. This is where we receive our spiritual foundation. What makes it bad for Indigenous people is that it is the history and culture of other people. When you ask African Americans about the spiritual practices of their people, they are confused because they “believe” their people’s history started in the trunk of a ship. They haven’t a clue to their bloodline or connection to the Earth. They’ve never even thought about it. So God is what somebody told them it was, not anything they experience themselves. Since the vast majority of African Americans are petrified of nature and everything that nature encompasses, it makes it difficult for them to learn how nature supports us all.

When a Hurricane rips through, God doesn’t interfere…

When a Tornado is next door, Jesus doesn’t appear like a thief in the night…

No, when Mother Nature does her thing. God is somewhere hiding, because not even almighty God can stand the the wrath of Mama.

The food we eat comes from her. Haven’t seen a person eat a manna sandwich yet.

The materials we need for life on the planet come from her.

Yet African Americans disrespect Earth and life in such a way that it is amazing that they are still on the planet. Maybe that’s why death frequents us so prematurely. We seem to have major problems dealing with life.

So, pay attention to that who pays attention to you, and that my good brother and sisters is Mama Earth!

African Americans Ain’t Africans Radio Presents: Johnnie Aboriginine

African Americans Ain’t Africans Radio Presents: Johnnie Aboriginine

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Join us Tuesday night as we welcome a young man who has dug deep to find out the answers to why African Americans Aint’ Africans. Johnnie shares with us how he became convinced that African Americans Ain’t Africans, he will also share with us White Slavery, stories that are never told.

Tuesday Feb 17,2015

9pmEST/8pmCST/7pmMST/6pmPST

Call In:605.562.3140

Participant Code:240670#