Saturday, September 17, 2022

Under the Watchful and Approving Eye of U.S. AFRICOM


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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Under the Watchful and Approving Eye of U.S. AFRICOM." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 18 Sep 2022. Permanent marker w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Roderick Bryant - I was in a play titled "Majigeen," where I played the villainous King N'Della, who sold his countrymen into slavery for trinkets and doodads. As I did research for the role, I learned that Senegalese really did sell others to White invaders. Any time I'm in a discussion of slavery, one of the first things White folks say is, "Your own people sold you into slavery! What about that?" Does the sin of the Africans that sold others into bondage negate the crimes of the purchasers?

Muhammad Rasheed - Roderick wrote: "White folks say is, 'Your own people sold you into slavery! What about that?'"

lol That's not true. It was a rival ethnic group that sold us into slavery. We didn't sell ourselves into slavery; that's ignorant foolishness talking. Whites invented using "white/black" racial phenotype descriptors as a whole political identity. That model was never, ever, ever true in Africa, or anywhere else, until the dominant identity group made it a law to permanently delegate enslaved Africans to the bondsman class in North America. That was the moment that the term "black" became more than just skin color. Then all the eclectic tribesmen forcefully brought over here formally became one ethnic group.

Roderick Bryant - Thank you; I would have never known that...

Muhammad Rasheed - Peeling open the onion to become "woke" is a full time job. That one has spent centuries and a thousand fortunes packing those layers of indoctrination in to keep us in an exploitable state.

The FIRST thing we need to do as the woke is to stop taking him seriously when he talks. It's literally guaranteed to be a lie, especially in THESE topics.


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