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Very Disturbing and Puzzling to Understand!

Very Disturbing and Puzzling to Understand!
Posted By: Harry Watley on November 24, 2009

In many of my conversations with Black Americans who are, descendents of slaves the thought of being a sovereign people on a portion of this continent that we could call our very own country with orders is horrifying and devastating to them.

All most every one of them made it clear to me that they could not and would not live in a country that belonged to Black Americans. This feeling left me with the impression that when Black Americans each morning goes to the bathroom to brush their teeth and looks in the mirror to see an image of a Black person in the same room must be horrifying and devastating to the person looking in the mirror, am I right.

Even though Black Americans believes that they are very intelligent people I know differently, and this is why. The natural law of nature psychology tells us that the first law of nature is to preserve yourself. Well, Black Americans does just the opposite as we witness the senseless **** of one youth by a gang of youths in Chicago recently.

In addition, the way most of you BIA members treats and feels about me whether you are educated or not is also indicative of **** me because I want to see us a sovereign people, which is something that you all do not want. Therefore, when we see an entire race of people that has not the desire to preserve themselves you must perceive something is dreadfully wrong with those people, am I right.



I look at the blogs and none ever expresses a desire to be a free and sovereign people. Why it is that way when we know we are subjugated people born in slavery?

I know that Black Americans believes they are very intelligent people, but I know differently. I know that the complications and complexities of slavery have left Black Americans in serious need of psychological help. Now I am not talking about professional psychological help from man. I am talking about divine psychological help from God as was giving to the Hebrew people, which helped Moses along. I need the same sort of help with Black Americans as well.

In other words, what entity except God could help a people that do not want to be a people?

Lastly, how many of you who are Black Americans cannot deal with the Black American standing next to you who is just like you? The answer should be 100% of you all. Now, how many of you all are willing to go into therapy to correct your mental illness? In other words, physically sick people go to a hospital while mentally ill people respectfully listen and deal with their genuine prophet in a sincere effort to be rehabilitated.

It took the Hebrew people approximately 20 years to be mentally rehabilitated that began the Exodus. How long is it going to take Black Americans to become a sovereign people on a portion of this continent?

Tell me what you think.

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We are the real Hebrews. Can't you tell . We can't understand about being sovereign, until we know who we are.
Wednesday, November 25th 2009 at 2:19AM
Steve Williams
None at None
Prophet Harry,

Could we agree on a definition of Subjugate? Here is a proposal:

Origin:

Latin subjugatus, pp. of subjugare (“to bring under the yoke, subugate”)

1. To forcibly impose obedience or servitude.

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/subjugate

Wednesday, November 25th 2009 at 9:30AM
Harry Watley
const. contractor/ retired at self
Hello Mr. Campbell,

You said this, “We are the real Hebrews. Can't you tell . We can't understand about being sovereign, until we know who we are.”

Well, tell me, who do you believe that you are? I have no way of telling whether you are Japanese, Black American who is a descendent of slaves, a Babylonian or an Egyptian. You left me no hint except that you believe you are a real Hebrew. Perhaps you are Jewish I do not know until you declared to me that you are a descendent of Moses.

Therefore, when responding please be clear about who you are. I am interested in addressing Black Americans who are descendents of slaves. Are you one or not?

Tell me what you think.



Wednesday, November 25th 2009 at 10:13AM
Harry Watley
const. contractor/ retired at self
Hello Steve,

You said this, “Could we agree on a definition of Subjugate?……1. To forcibly impose obedience or servitude…..(“to bring under the yoke, subugate”)”

I agree the definitions you presented. I have no problems with them. Therefore, take me to the next step of your point.

What say you?



Wednesday, November 25th 2009 at 10:20AM
Steve Williams
None at None
Prophet Harry,

I think we would agree that the word is accurately applied to those who were slaves.

Can this word be accurately applied to any modern American?

Thursday, November 26th 2009 at 8:59AM
Harry Watley
const. contractor/ retired at self
Hello Steve,

You said this, “I think we would agree that the word is accurately applied to those who were slaves. Can this word be accurately applied to any modern American?”

I cannot answer your question since my task is about Black Americans who are descendents of slaves and not modern Americans. Therefore, the first part of your comment I could agree with, but the second part when you say modern American I cannot answer that part because I do not know what you mean.

For instance, it would be the same as asking Moses was the Exodus for Egyptian people as well. The Egyptian people were not in bondage.

Modern Americans were not African slaves bought at slave auctions and picked cotton. However, my ancestors were.

How do you come up with these ignorant questions to ask me?

What say you?



Thursday, November 26th 2009 at 10:49AM
Steve Williams
None at None
Prophet Harry,

I assume you difficulty is in understanding what is an American. You have defined a group you call Black Americans who are descendants of slaves. So please explain how the word subjugated applies to this group.

Friday, November 27th 2009 at 9:06AM
Harry Watley
const. contractor/ retired at self
Hello Steve,

You asked me to explain how the word subjugate applies to Black Americans who are descendents of slaves.

Well, today’s American Blacks descended from people that were born into slavery. Since Black American’s ancestors were slaves they were subjugated and or in bondage. Most of all what identifies Black Americans, as a subjugated people are that they are without a country, without sovereignty or complete independence from White Americans who bought their ancestors with real English money 500 years ago.

Today this entire group of people, American Blacks is at the bottom of White society and has always been at the bottom. White Americans sadly admits that racism across-the-board is practiced heavily against this group of people. Medical apartheid is heavily practiced against this group of people as well.

Lastly, ignorance is a clear sign of subjugation and Black Americans are so ignorant, as the Hebrew people were in the days of Moses, that they presently do not want to become a sovereign people. Black Americans thinks so little of themselves that they do not want a portion of this continent that they could call their very own country with borders to pursue life, liberty, happiness and prosperity in their own way. To become a sovereign people would lay the grounds that perhaps one day in the future their descendents could become the leader of the free world as White Americans are today.

Only a subjugated group of people filled with ignorance would reject such a blessing, am I right.

What say you?

Friday, November 27th 2009 at 10:34AM
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