“Thanksgiving Day literally is 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….For over 100 years now Black folks in the United States have joined with the descendants of the same European murder[er]s who enslaved them and systematically all but destroyed the Amer-Indian, in feasting and giving thanks to God for the “opportunity” to live in one of the most racist, imperialist, and oppressive countries on earth….Black People celebrating Thanksgiving Day is like the Americans celebrating the bombing of Pearl Harbor, or the so-called Jews celebrating the rise of the Third Reich, or the Palestinians celebrating the intrusion of the settler colony of Zionist Israel, or moreover the millions of Zulu descendants who are being murdered by the thousands each day, celebrating the establishment of the Union of South Africa…” Ishakamusa Barashango
Extetcts from: Transition of Twin Towers of Afrocentric Thought
” Dr. Barashango departed from us to another sphere on January 14 in Philadelphia. He apparently succumbed to a heart attack during his morning walk. Barashango, who was elevated to a grand master scholar in 2000 while in Kemet and co-founder and creative director of the Fourth Dynasty Publishing Company in Silver Spring, Maryland, would have been 66 in April. “I’ve known Dr. Barashango for more than a quarter of a century,” said Dr. Jack Felder. “In fact, we talked for about two hours two days before he made his transition. One thing he always stressed and that most impressed me was that we can never free our minds as long as we view God as a white man or as long as we keep worshiping white people’s Holy-days (Holidays). He was a pillar of our community.” Dr. Barashango, affectionately known as Baba, received his bachelor of arts degree in religion from Oakwood College in Huntsville, Alabama. He studied for his master’s degree at Northeastern Seminary in Takoma Park, Maryland. The New Afrikan University Network System of Washington, D.D. saluted him with an honorary Doctor of Philosophy Degree in 1979. Always a popular lecturer, Baba leaves behind a vast collection of taped speeches on such topics as “Ten Points on the Afro-Centric Realities of Religious Thoughts and Practice,” “The Role of Religion in Afrikan Historical Development,” and “The Afrikan Origins of the Bible.” “He was also a prolific author,” said Minister Clemson Brown, who spoke at Dr. Barashango’s funeral in Philadelphia on Saturday, Jan. 17. “I’ve known for some 20 years and he was completely dedicated to the physical, mental and spiritual liberation of our people. He dedicated his life to these causes.” Barashango’s most recent book was published by Fourth Dynasty.”
Is the Bible God’s work or Man’s?
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