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Chattel Slavery in 2014

Submitted by Pachamama As the newly minted President of Mauritania heads to Washington DC to kiss the ring of the titular head of global arrogance, chattel slavery remains as pernicious and unremitting as ever. Of course, there are several gradations of present day slavery as suborned by capitalism, but chattel slavery represented a deviation from […]

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Has Science Uncovered the Continuing Negative Impact of Slavery?

Submitted by St George’s Dragon It has been a mystery up to now how things experienced during the lifetime of an animal (and that includes humans) can affect their descendants. Traditional biological theory says that lifetime events  cannot have an impact on future generations as genetic inheritance relies only on the mixing of genes from […]

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The Uncorrected Evils of Racism

An article by Sir Ronald Sanders submitted by Ras Jahaziel BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday April 12, 2013 – In 1838, British slave owners in the English-Speaking Caribbean received £11.6 (US$17.8) billion in today’s value as compensation for the emancipation of their “property” – 655,780 human beings of African descent that they had enslaved, brutalised and exploited.  […]

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40 Years of Solitary Confinement

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel Do you remember the slave castles on the west coast of Africa? Any people that can lock a living soul in solitary confinement for 40 years are identical in spirit to those Satans that locked away naked Africans in dark sweltering dungeons downstairs while holding prayer meetings upstairs. It is the […]

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Britain’s Wealthy Owe Barbados

Dr Draper added that the database’s findings may have implications for the “reparations debate”. Barbados is currently leading the way in calling for reparations from former colonial powers for the injustices suffered by slaves and their families – The Independent There was the revelation on the weekend that UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s slave owning […]

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A Crime Whose ENORMITY Is Without Parallel In Human History

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel A CRIME WHOSE ENORMITY  IS WITHOUT PARALLEL IN HUMAN HISTORY WHERE ARE WE TODAY ON THE MAP OF HUMAN GEOGRAPHY? What do we tell our children about the cause for the shameful condition of Africans today? How do we explain our present dependency on other races to feed us, clothe us, […]

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Pimping The Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr – Are Gay Rights The Same As Civil Rights? How The “Lunatic Fringe” Of Modern Religious Pharisees, Wishy-Washy Politicians, And Secular Humanists Masquerade In Deception And Disinformation

Submitted by Terence Blackett   On Monday January 17th marked the 25th anniversary of The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday – a day that saw “multi-racial” groups breaking bread together; political leaders setting aside their partisan politics to speak of the need for greater unity (even if only just so glibly); sprinkled with the […]

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Restitution For Colonial Era Is Due

Restitution For Colonial Era Is Due

Barbadians celebrate National Heroes Day today. A time to celebrate those who significantly contributed to the foundation for advancing Barbados. The following article (reproduced) is meant to provoke thought and awareness given the new challenges which have emerged in our new world. “Mahatma Gandhi, with no weapon but truth, brought England’s Indian Empire crashing down. […]

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A Sociological Analysis Of The Modern Plantation

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel   The most barbaric feature of this modern age is the obscene disparity that exists between one side of the world and the other. It is a disparity that reflects a long history of vampire economics that enables one side to amass great riches by sucking the other to death. Now […]

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Popular Culture And Scientifically Cultivated Ignorance

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel   The British explorer, H.M. Stanley was enthralled by the economic prospects Africa had for his country: He is reported to have said “There are 50 million people beyond the gateway to Congo, and the spinners of Manchester are waiting to clothe them. Birmingham foundries are glowing with red metals that […]

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Think Outside Of The Colonial Box

Submitted by Ras Jahaziel This excerpt that follows is chosen to strengthen the point that what we are clinging to in our colonial mentality is nothing more than European invented identities that were created solely for the benefit of Europe/America. The slave economy of the past was never for the benefit of the slave. Similarly […]

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Funding Interdependency: The Genus and Transgenesis of White Supremacy – The Quest for “The Golden Fleece” and The Black Man’s Search for Lasting Empowerment

Submitted by Terence Blackett Hide nothing from the masses of our people. Tell no lies. Expose lies whenever they are told. Mask no difficulties, mistakes, or failures  – Cabral Sometime during the 16th century, the “darklords” of capitalism and science embarked on a sinister plan to create a seismic collision between two opposing forces of […]

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Dead-Men Walking: Postmodern Slavery And The Psycho-Social Symbology Of Black Self-Hatred – The Mis-education Of The Black Man, And Jewish Control Black Wealth And Resources

Submitted by Terence Blackett It does not take a majority to prevail… but rather an irate tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men. – Samuel Adams Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – murdered Civil Rights leader and social justice modernist prophet in one of his memoirs, “STRENGTH TO LOVE” […]

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Who Or What Am I?

A few weeks ago we listened to veteran journalist David Ellis expressing exasperation on air about all the race talk around in Barbados. His position as we understand it – educated Barbadians need to conceptualize positions which would move the country forward. We believe if Ellis were to think a little on that utterance he […]

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