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The Racist Judgment Of Africa By Moses

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« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2009, 10:11:40 pm »

Summary – How Can Africans Support Such Racism of Moses?

In the end, it was, in fact, the Europeans who carried out the sentence of Moses upon African people, enslaving them for nearly 400 years, but not before invading and conquering Egypt in 330 BC (Greeks) and 32 BC (Romans).


Is it possible that Moses, after all of his selfishness doomed to death in the wilderness, wrote the legal case against both the Israelites and Africans to justify his taking so many of his own people to their deaths in the wilderness? It is unknown, but almost 3500 years after documenting his false charges and judgments against the Israelites and Africans, African people are still suffering its grievous effects.


Worse for Arab people, look at what joining up with another’s enemy can do to do you, as they eventually turn on you, too. Arabs are suffering the ravages of Europeans, even after the Europeans tired of their terrorism of Africans, having fully conquered Africans with religion. Further, since the Jewish refugees that the British colonized Palestine with after World War II were Ashkenazi Jews (German and Russian Jews), Israel is effectively a European colony in the Middle East. They say that the worse part of putting a curse on someone is that it can backfire on you, as it has the Arab people of Moses.


But more importantly for African people, how can Africans worship God through such religions as Judaism, Islam, and Christianity when its very founder, Moses, and his writings were racist against African people? While it is okay for everyone to worship God the way they see fit, and Arabs should worship God with their heroes, how does an African worship God through a religion that curses them to destruction, even to the last African descendant?


And while Africans may no longer consider it appropriate to worship God through ancient African ways, every African person, whether Cushite Ethiopian, Igbo Nigerian, Pele Liberian, Zulu South Africans, or Africans spread around the world from the African Slave Trade, should at the very least begin to form a direct and personal relationship with God.


I think that would be a very good start.
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