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I am NOT a racist in any way. I truly believe we ALL are equal in God's sight . . . red, yellow, black or white . . . we ALL are precious in His sight and He delights in us (Ps.18:19; 37:23; Pro.11:20; 12:22; 15:8) . . . IF we obey Him! IF we do not obey God, we are considered "wicked" in His sight.
I will name several Black Supremacy groups and make a brief comment on that group. There are so many web sites that carry in-depth articles about this subject, so I will be brief.
1 John 3:10 In this the children of God are manifest, and the children of the devil: whosoever doeth not righteousness is not of God, neither he that loveth not his brother. (KJV)
The children of God and the children of the devil have exact opposite and distinct characters. The children of God "fear" (respect, stand in awe of, worship) the Almighty God of the Bible and love His people. The children of the devil have NO fear whatsoever, they ridicule and blaspheme Almighty God, and hate Christians, Jews, or anyone who is not in their own little group. Anyone who continually harbors hate in their heart will eventually stand before the Great White Throne Judgment and hear the verdict: eternity in Hell!
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
"Black supremacy" is an ideology
which holds that black people are superior to other people and is
most often thought of in connection with anti-white racism, anti-Semitism
and bigotry towards non-black people.
In modern history, black supremacy is most evident among various
religions or cults. Black supremacy, as with supremacism in general,
is rooted in ethnocentrism and contains varying degrees of racism
and xenophobia. Associations of black supremacy with calls for Black
Pride, Black Power, ethnic cleansing and racial separation are common,
but not intrinsic.
Black supremacist organizations
• Bobo Ashanti Order of Rastafari
• Black Hebrew Israelites
• Nation of Yahweh
• United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors
• New Black Panther Party
• Génération Kémi Séba (Tribu
• The Nation of Gods and Earths (Five Percent Nation or the
• Nation of Islam (see Nation of Islam and anti-Semitism)
Notable black supremacists
• Clarence 13X
• Robert L. Brock
• Louis Farrakhan
• Leonard Jeffries
• Kamau Kambon
• Elijah Muhammad
• Khalid Abdul Muhammad
• Wade Nobles
• Frances Cress Welsing
• Dwight York
• Yahweh ben Yahweh
The Rastafari movement was originally
founded on principles that included a belief in the inherent wickedness
of the white race and the superiority of the black race, though
these beliefs rapidly evolved into a more universalist approach
which accepts converts from all ethnicities.
In the 1930s, the Nation of Islam
emerged, coming to prominence during the 1960s, when charismatic
minister Malcolm X became a spokesman for the movement.
The Nation of Islam teaches that white people were genetically engineered
"devils", created to be liars and murderers. White people
are held to be the enemies of all black people.
The Nation of Gods and Earths, also known as Five
Percent Nation or the Five Percenters, is an offshoot of the Nation
of Islam. It was founded in Harlem in the late 1960s by Clarence
13X, who proclaimed himself to be Allah (the Arabic term for God).
"Five Percent" refers to the belief that they are the
chosen five percent of all people who know and teach the truth.
Five Percenters believe that each black man is God and therefore
should take the name Allah. Like the Nation of Islam, the Five Percenters
maintain that white people are devils created through a separate
breeding process, known as "grafting."
The New Black Panthers or New Black Panther
Party (NBPP), whose formal name is the New Black Panther
Party for Self-Defense, is a U.S.-based black power organization
founded in Dallas, Texas in 1989. The NBPP attracted many breakaway
members of the Nation of Islam when former Nation of Islam minister
and spokesman Khalid Abdul Muhammad, infamous for his virulent anti-Semitism
and racism, became the national chairman of the group from the
late 1990s until his death in 2001. The NBPP is currently led by
Malik Zulu Shabazz, who is also known for anti-Semitic propaganda,
racism and extremist hate speech.
The United Nuwaubian Nation of Moors
was founded by Dwight York who is considered to be "one of
the most successful — and least known — black supremacist
leaders in America". The Nuwaubians believe in black people's
superiority to white people, that whites are "devils,"
devoid of both heart and soul, that the color of white people is
the result of leprosy and genetic inferiority, and that the ancestors
of white people are the sexual partners of dogs and jackals.
The Nation of Yahweh view blacks as the only "true
Jews" and believe that white Jews are the spawn of Satan.
According to the Crime Library, followers of the Nation of Yahweh
formed a secret group called "The Brotherhood".
To become a member of The Brotherhood, applicants had to kill a
"white devil" and bring a body part - an ear, nose or
finger - as proof of the kill. Several Nation of Yahweh members
were convicted of conspiracy in more than a dozen anti-white murders.
Radical Black Preachers