The Devil Among Us In The Likely Of Men

handsUnited we stand, divided we fall.

Racial discrimination, violence and crime, are some of the problems that have divided, caused havoc and brought unrest in our society today, yet many don’t learn  from the painful experience, destruction and the mistakes they do.

No body wants to be called a racist. “The black man say it’s the white man, The white man say it’s the black man, Indians say it’s the coloureds, Coloureds say it’s everyone…….” Sings Lucky Dube, the great South African reggae legend.

In one of the shops in Antwerp, an African dog lover,went to buy a dog’s chain. After payment, as soon as he stepped outside, a white man entering the same shop, saw him with the chain. He asked the African if he is going to use the chain on his neck. What a provocation?  I quickly stepped in to hold the angry African, when the scene nearly turned to bloodshed.

That is how life goes sometimes. The poor African is not looking for trouble but the devil is knocking on his door to give him one. The white man knows very well that such question could bring unexpected problems, yet he ignored and did what his heart wants. And if you called him a racist, he will tell you “I’m not.”

At the just concluded Flemish Journalist Association end of year’s press conference on December 5, 2015, in Antwerp, I witnessed something more shocking. Among all the Belgian journalists, were only two Africans. A white male came to the other African, a radio journalist and asked him if he knows what monkeys eat.

“I don’t know.” He answered. “Then follow me.” Said the Belgian journalist. The radio journalist followed him, without knowing whether it was a joke, game or racial discrimination.

To his utmost surpise, he was taken to table with a bowl of fruits, including banana. He just smiled and left the Belgian journalist standing by the table. Why should something like that happen among a group of journalists in the same association? This is an insult not intelligence.

Many times the black man is seen as a criminal in the society, because of the colour of his skin, but crime doesn’t know colour. Both black and white commit crime. If you hate someone bcause of his colour, please just leave him alone. Don’t try to stir racial violence, because when trouble erupts, it affects everyone including children, our business and the society.

Aids And Ebola: ‘Truth’ Is Not For Sale, Yet Many Can’t Afford It

You can ride the horse to the river’s side, but you can’t force the animal to drink some water if not thirsty, thus; if scientists who have collaborated and conspired with the American government and other world leaders, to cover up the medical crime against Africa, expect Professor Johan Van Dongen to do the same, then they are deceiving themselves. That Dutch scientist is exceptional, he can’t be intimidated to lie over the origins of Aids and Ebola.

Professor Johan Van Dongen was probably the first whistleblower in the Netherlands at the age of 32. At 43, he works inside the pharmacological and medical establishments and at 48, he was dismissed at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands, because he wouldn’t like to take part in crime other laboratory technicians believe was right. Johan obviously was a man with a clear mission.

Due to his experience in immunology, surgery, pharmacology, anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology, pathology, physiology and animal science, he did research on the origin and spread of Aids and Ebola and discovered that Aids and Ebola were caused by man. These crimes remain secret to common people but not to scientists. Either you support them or shut your mouth, but Johan wasn’t ready to shut his mouth.

On the Aids and Ebola issue, I was not surprised to read the theory of the former Dutch Micro-surgeon at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. It is no longer a secret that governments had tried to cover up a certain crime, but whatever they do, the truth will surely come out one day. As a matter of fact, it is not only those who commit a crime and try to cover up, are criminals, but also those who are aware of the crime and remain silent.

According the Dutch professor “The virus is human made and tested on Africans in Uganda and Zaire, in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.” Why was such experiment tested on black people in the first place? For a very long time, the African continent has suffered injustice and cruelty in the hands of Europeans and America .

Slavery, colonization, the assassination of powerful African leaders and much more, the question is, why the black man? When I came to Belgium a couple of years ago, I realized there is something terribly wrong, especially in the Flemish community. The Belgians colonized Congo and Rwanda but have nothing to do with them. They have completely isolated themselves from the citizens of the countries they colonized.

Unlike The Netherlands, it is opposite, since integration is better with its former colonies, such as the Suriname, Antilles, and Curacao. The more I studied the Flemish, the more I get the answer. The crime Belgium committed in Congo and their involvement in Rwanda’s genocide are haunting them. The scriptures must be fulfilled. “The evil man goes running away when no man is after him, but the upright are without fear, like the lion.” Proverbs 28:1. It’s clear, the Flemish or Belgium in general needs to isolate themselves from them because they fear pay back.

Unfortunately, a bad character is hard to change.The Flemish doesn’t only keep away from Africans but also their own people, the Walloon. “We don’t want them to come to live in our community to ruin our society and culture.” This kind of discriminatory statement was prevalent in the time of Apartheid in South Africa but resurfaced in Belgium. I have never trusted the Belgium media and still nothing has impressed me to believe or trust them.

Where one sees journalism losing its credibility is Belgium. Just imagine a country without any black journalist serving in the media, but a bunch of white journalists without any opposition or challenge, thus; write whatever they like, twisting facts and hiding the truth. Yet their neighbours, Holland, has many black journalists serving in the media. I can’t say that’s the reason Dutch newspapers sell better than Belgium newspapers.

After slavery robbed off the respect and identity of the black man, he still faces discrimination and racism in the society today. Many don’t have respect for an African, yet they want to be respected. I have a philosophy, “If you give me respect, I will give back.” I didn’t come to Belgium to praise their chocolates and waffles. We have a lot of Cocoa in Africa for chocolates.

I find it very hard to change my attitude among people who don’t have respect for the black man because they think they are better, superior and intelligent. Instead of wasting time to hate and discriminate against Africans, they can use that time to wash that inedible blood stain in their hands, because the mothers, fathers and children they murdered in Congo and the victims of the Rwanda genocide are calling for justice.

Ebola was purposely inflicted on Africans. Those responsible should pay for their crime. Let’s be sincere, crime is never encouraged but discouraged. That is the reason many years after the killing of six million Jews by Adolf Hitler, the Nazis involved are been tracked down to face justice. Thus; what does Belgium wants to tell the world after naming streets and building statues in honour of a king who killed and disfigured over 10 million Africans in Congo, including children? I had a dream, we shall overcome.

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10 Reasons Racism Has Never Been An Issue Of Concern To Me

All we need is love

Love conquers everything, so that’s what we need for a healthy society.

Racism is the belief that a particular race is superior or inferior to another, that a person’s social and moral traits are predetermined by his or her inborn biological characteristics. Racial separatism is the belief, most of the time based on racism, that different races should remain segregated and apart from one another.

This evil ideology or belief has caused bloodshed, unrest, and death in our society and still continue to tear our society apart today. Churches and organizations continue to discourage racism and strengthen relationships without success. In the world of racism, the Black man is the one that suffers most and being discriminated against, yet no one wants to be called a racist. Below are ten reasons I don’t care much about racism, even though I feel sorry for victims of racism.

  1. Racism is a chronic incurable disease, which can’t be cured or eliminated but can be reduced.
  2. Tribalism is a form of racism in Africa, the reason in Nigeria, the Yoruba hates the Ebo.
  3. In Ghana, the Gas hates the Fantes.
  4. In Sierra Leone, the Mende hates the Temni.
  5. In America, African-Americans draw guns at each other, killing and slashing their own brothers’ throat.  Why do they complain about racism, when they hate themselves?
  6. Head of churches and government officials secretly support racism.
  7. In Rwanda, the Hutu hates Tutsi.
  8. The black man has completely lost his identity through slavery. That identity can never be recovered.
  9. Many African-Americans have neglected Africa and even hate to be referred to as Africans. Being proud of where they came from and showing love, will give them the love and respect they deserve. Above all, there are black racists too.
  10. Children are not born racists. Adults continue to teach them at home and in schools, so racism will never come to an end.

Taking the above reasons into consideration, it is a total waste of time to spend hours worrying about racism or an incurable disease. I think this is the reason Sebb Blatter said, racism in football should be ignored and settled with a handshake.

Stupid Things That Undermine The Intelligence Of The Blackman

Money

Martin Luther King Jr had a dream, giving hope to African-Americans. He was the first African-American to be “Time” magazine’s ‘Man of the Year’ and also won the Nobel Peace Prize, honors that are given to people who have certainly made an impact, while Rosa Parks, the Civil Rights icon refused to give up her seat on a city bus in Montgomery. Both Martin Luther King Jr and Rosa Parks have made things easy and better for the Black man today.

The sacrifice of these two great people in the history of African-Americans, is what should inspire every black man. Unfortunately, there are many African-Americans, irresponsible behavior, actions and comments are total disgrace to the Black man. When one works hard and is blessed with money, that shouldn’t permit the person to behave like a moron, because when one black does something stupid, it affects all black people.

Couple of years ago, a hip-hop artist, Bryan Birdman, aka Baby Williams, made headlines like other hip-hop artists. According to Forbes Magazine, “He tries to wear $I million worth of orthodontics and jewel every day. Finally, he said he will bet $I0 million on Floyd Mayweather, whenever he fights Manny Pacquiao. One of the YouTube videos of Birdman, shows him advertising his wealth in dollars. He claims he has stacked money on the floor, everywhere and he walks on it. It’s embarrassing as I tried to figure out, why do people do that, are they looking for recognition or status?

Floyd Mayweather is one of the respected boxers in America. He has achieved what many boxers couldn’t and at the moment is considered to be one of the highest paid men in sports. But his pride has pushed him to do what many African-Americans have done to lose their respect. Recently Mayweather posted a picture of him sitting behind stacked money on bed.

I don’t know what comes into the mind of these people to do things like that, because such things do not give any respect but rather portray the Black man as stupid and moron. Everyone knows that you are rich, so what’s the need to send a picture behind thousands of dollars to the social media? Is that the way to get more fame or popularity?

African-Americans that behave in this way should put an end to it, because it undermines the intelligence of the Black man. If they really want to be famous, then they should follow my advice. Both Birdman and Mayweather should join a flight to Africa, Ghana. In Accra, they should board the bus heading to Cape Coast, in the Central Region of Ghana. Few kilometers to Cape Coast, they will see many villages along the road. They should stop and walk to any of those villages.

They will see the children of their ancestors, (because Cape Coast is where a lot of African-Americans were taken from) sitting under mango trees and roofless classrooms studying. They should try to provide them a place to learn, to escape the heat of the sun and the heavy thunderous rains, since they are so rich and don’t know what to do with their money. After doing all these they must return to America and see how the people and others from different parts of the world would say about them and be respected.