Saturday, July 23, 2016

Were Adam and Eve Caucasian or black? Is the whole world related? How did black people occur?


These questions have been on people’s lips for ages. The answers provided in history have been wide-ranging and varied. The Bible is clear: "God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." (Genesis 1:27)  But what about the different races and skin colors? How did they come about? One thing that we do know is that God created the human race and that we all came from Adam and Eve.

Is the whole world related?
Acts 17:26-28 says, “He has made from one blood every nation of men to dwell on all the face of the earth, and has determined their preappointed times and the boundaries of their habitation, so that they should seek the Lord, in the hope that they might grope for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us. For in Him we live and move and have our being …’For we are also His offspring.’ ”
These verses tell us that mankind has come about from one gene pool which God created, and we all have the same limitations. We can only use human blood for transfusions and not insect or bird's blood to sustain life. The times that affect us-–birth, death, Jesus 1st and 2nd coming, the seasons, the prophecies of the Bible--have the same effect on all of the human race. Our very length of life in a sinful world is determined by God. None of us will live forever without Him, in spite of medical science and all it's advances.
So why are some people black and some white? The Bible doesn’t give a definite answer to this question. Because man is curious and often wants to know what God has not told us, he begins to speculate. This is not sin as long as we don’t turn our answers into dogma.  Let's not forget that what we think is just that – not revelation.  For the sake of this question, let's take a look at some of the ideas people have considered in an effort to explain the races.  Please keep in mind that Word of Truth Radio.com does not accept, endorse, support, or promote any of these ideas!
One idea that has surfaced comes from Genesis 4:15. After Cain killed Able the Bible says that Cain felt insecure about life and God said, “Therefore, whoever kills Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold.” and “the Lord set a mark on Cain, lest anyone finding him should kill him.” Some have concluded that this “mark” was black skin. First of all, we don’t know what the mark was, but is it possible that the black gene was started with Cain and carried onto the ark in one of Noah’s sons or daughter-in-laws? Not very likely at all. That would be a very prejudiced viewpoint in our opinion, and a view that has no Scriptural evidence.

Others have jumped on
Genesis 9:25 (This is the curse Noah placed on Canaan for his father Ham's lack of respect.) “Cursed be Canaan; a servant of servants he shall be to his brethren.”  Some have tried to suggest that the people of Africa can trace their ancestry back to Ham.  Here the conclusion is drawn that the black race has been in slavery more than any race in human history; therefore, it is concluded that this curse was genetically followed into Ham’s offspring. However, the curse was placed on Canaan, not Ham.  Canaan's descendents where the Canaanites and they dwelt in what is now modern Israel (Genesis 9:15-19). People wanting to bolster the doctrine of slavery in the Southern United States in the 1800’s advocated this theory of black people being "cursed". Obviously, this is a very rude and prejudiced idea that is totally lacking in supportive evidence.

Some Christians believe that just as man is currently tinkering with the genes of plants and animals (and humans), scientists of Noah’s day tinkered with the genes of the animals and altered animal life, producing the prehistoric monsters we now know as dinosaurs. If we want to daydream, perhaps we could wonder if they also manipulated human embryos. Who knows? Maybe this is why God is silent on the matter. Why give the sinful heart an idea God deplores?

A better conjecture is the idea of variety. When we investigate our world, we see that God has put in place a gene pool that has made possible a whole panorama of color and shapes: in the flower world, in the breeds of dogs that are possible, etc., etc. The same is true with the human race: we have a spectrum of profiles and colors, as this seems to have been God's plan from the beginning.  We don't have to explain it; we only need to accept it.  Some scientists arrogantly suggest that Caucasians are farther up the ladder because they have reached a superior level of evolution.  Does this sound like something that our loving Creator would allow?  Of course not!  We can be sure that the devil is behind this type of absurd reasoning.  Let's not forget that all men are equal in the sight of God.  "For man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart."
(1 Samuel 16:7)
--Thanks to George Blumenschein for contributing to this question!  Although we would like to know everything, our humans minds are limited. God has not revealed the answers to all of life's questions, but he has given us enough information for that which is most important in life: a relationship with Him through His Son Jesus Christ.  That's what really matters! The good news is that every human being has equal access to His Heavenly Kingdom, regardless of our skin color.

Friday, July 22, 2016

The Black Supremacy Doctrine

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THE HIDDEN AGENDA OF THE BLACK RACE IN AMERICA AGAINST THE WHITE RACE


The Black Supremacy Doctrine... It's time white people get up to speed on this thing i.e. acknowledge the existence of it and become familiar with it. Note: This is not the same as the Black Muslim's supremacist ideology, which essentially advocates the extermination of white people. 

The Black Supremacy Doctrine for non-Muslim, their Doctrine allows for the presence of white people but only so they can produce thing (e.g. tax bases, businesses, jobs, homes, politcal systems ) ...so those members of the black race, by using the principles below, can then bully white people out of what they have/ own/ build/ occupy.  





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Black Supremacy from 1900 to 1964... 
"Ain't No white man gonna tells ME what to do. I tells YOU what to do!"


  1. (1901) Black man tells conductor he will not pay fare...then pulls knife and tries to kill conductor LINK
  2. (1904) Black supremacists  "organize" to murder white families. LINK
  3. (1906) There were so, so many of these types of incidences - violent , bizarre  - that,each time it happened ...sent a message of terror into the white community.  1) LINK ; 2) LINK
  4. (1906) Two negro females, supremacists, without provocation, attacked a white female and savagely beat her. After that ...the two negroes began "kicking" her baby around. LINK
  5. (1906 )Negro  southerners issue supremacy proclamation. LINK
  6. (1959) Negro makes black supremacy speech...as huge crowd of negroes applaud.LINK

Friday, July 15, 2016

Former federal prosecutor is suing Obama and accomplices for inciting a  race war which resulted in Dallas Police Massacre





OThe 52-page document goes into great detail as to how these individuals have incited a race war in America and Larry Klayman is not letting up.

FOR MORE DETAILS ON THIS CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT GO TO THE LINK BELOW:

WHAT BLACK LIFE MATTERS ORGANIZERS ARE NOT TELLING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

Crime Stats Alarm Black Leaders


• Shocking new study on youth arrests lays bare facts about crime and race in America
By Victor Thorn
The implications are shocking: Nearly 50% of all black males and 38% of white men will be arrested by the age of 23. These statistics, compiled by four college professors between the years 1997-2008, were published in the January 6 edition of the journal Crime & Delinquency.
The biggest question one takes away from this study is what types of crimes are these young adults committing? Not surprisingly, there exists a great deal of variance depending on the perpetrator’s race.
A 2012 study by the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention revealed that in 2010 black youths committed six times more murders, three times more rapes, 10 times more robberies and three times more assaults than did their white counterparts.
Similar statistics were released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the “Uniform Crime Reports.” They determined, “In the year 2008, black youths, who make up 16% of the youth population, accounted for 52% of juvenile violent crime arrests, including 58% for homicide and 67% for robbery.” By contrast, the only categories where white youths surpassed blacks were in liquor law violations and driving under the influence.
Even black civil rights advocates such as Van Jones, President Barack Obama’s former green jobs czar, confirmed these findings. In his October 5, 2005 article, “Are Blacks a Criminal Race?” Jones wrote, “African American youth represent 32% of all weapons arrests [and] were arrested for aggravated assault at a rate nearly three times that of whites.”
To better comprehend this trend, on January 10 AMERICAN FREE PRESS spoke with veteran journalist and author Alan Caruba. When questioned about the proliferation of black crime, Caruba explained, “The black community is afflicted with all kinds of problems based on a long history of failing to integrate fully into the overall community.”
Pointing to current events, Caruba explained: “The knockout game is a good example of what’s wrong today. It goes straight to the heart of how [blacks] are raised. It’s a disturbing trend that all of us need to pay more attention to.”
The so-called “knockout game” was made popular largely by gangs of teenage blacks who select a random person and try to knock them unconscious with one punch to the head or face.
Although few publications other than AFP have the courage to buck political correctness and address the actualities of this social cancer in a forthright manner, in a2011 speech Philadelphia’s black Mayor Michael Nutter offered the following admonishment to black youths:
“You have damaged your own race,” he said. “Take those damned hoodies down. Pull your pants up and buy a belt because no one wants to see your underwear or the crack of your butt.”
Summarizing this entire matter was former federal prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy who, on September 30, 2005 declared:
“Some identifiable groups . . . commit crime at a rate that is higher than the national rate. Blacks are such a group. That is simply a fact.”

IN ORDER TO SUMMARIZE HERE ARE THE HARDCORE FACTS:

WHILE ONLY AROUND 12% OF THE U.S. POPULATION ARE
OUT NUMBERED BY OTHER RACES BY 9 TO 1:

AFRICAN AMERICANS COMMIT BETWEEN 51% AND 60% OF THE MURDERS
AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE ARRESTED FOR 57- 61% OF THE ROBBERIES
AFRICAN AMERICANS COMMIT OVER 50% OF THE ROBBERIES
AFRICAN AMERICANS COMMIT OVER 50% OF RAPES AND CHOOSE WHITE WOMEN AS THEIR VICTIMS
OVER 50% OF BLACK MALES WILL BE ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH A SERIOUS FELONY IN THEIR LIFETIME
BLACK VIOLENT CRIMES TARGETS WHITES OVER 50% OF THE TIME
The FBI Uniform Crime Reports are available on the Internet at

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Dallas Sniper Who Killed 5 Police Officers Was A Racist Black Lives Matt...




Published on Jul 9, 2016
A 25 year old man named Micah Xavier Johnson went on a shooting rampage in Dallas Texas, shooting 14 people, killing 5 police officers, injuring 7 other officers and also 2 civilians. These attacks were allegedly from a high position, in what would call "sniper" attacks, something made possible... possibly due to Johnson's training as an Army Reservist who did an active term in Afghanistan. Dallas' police chief said that Johnson, while holed up in the parking garage from which the attacks may have taken place, had the goal of killing more white people and more police officers, due to being upset about Black Lives Matter and the recent police shootings of Philando Castile in Minneapolis/ St. Paul Minnesota and also of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge Louisiana.

Johnson's rampage came to an end after lengthy negotiations when the police sent a bomb diffusing robot that had a bomb attached to it in his direction, then detonating said bomb and killing him.

This comes on the heels of Barack Obama giving a speech while in Warsaw Poland which gave credence to the Black Lives Matter mantra and group, which many people consider to be a battle cry and also a terrorist organization. He also listed a bunch of "facts" about how badly black people are being mistreated by the police. Minnesota governor Mark Dayton also gave a statement saying that maybe if Philando Castile was not black then the traffic stop goes differently. These statements and/or speeches happened within hours of each other, right after the back to back police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis/St Paul respectively. Which, of course, to anyone who is thinking logically, simply adds fuel on top of an already raging inferno that is racial tension in America.

What's the result? 5 officers deceased, many other people injured. Blood is on the hands of Black Lives Matter, Barack Hussein Obama, Mark Dayton, and anyone else who stokes the fires of racial tension rather than attempting to heal the wounds of racial strife in the Untied States of America.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN SAID:

"Given the “differences” between the two races and the hostile attitudes of whites towards blacks, Lincoln argued, it would be “better for us both, therefore, to be separated.”

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ACCURATELY PREDICTED THAT BLACKS AND WHITES COULD NOT CO-EXIST PEACEFULLY IN AMERICA. GIVEN THE RECENT SHOOTINGS WHICH TOOK PLACE IN DALLAS, TEXAS AGAINST 5 WHITE POLICE OFFICERS AND THE CIVIL UNREST WHICH IS TAKING PLACE AROUND THE COUNTRY, IT IS NOT DIFFICULT TO ACCEPT HIS STATEMENT AS A SELF FULFILLING PROPHECY.

Slavery and Emancipation

... of the united states abraham lincoln once said as our case is new we


"Given the “differences” between the two races and the hostile attitudes of whites towards blacks, Lincoln argued, it would be “better for us both, therefore, to be separated.”

ABRAHAM LINCOLN ACCURATELY PREDICTED THAT BLACKS AND WHITES COULD NOT CO-EXIST PEACEFULLY IN AMERICA. GIVEN THE RECENT SHOOTINGS WHICH TOOK PLACE IN DALLAS, TEXAS AGAINST 5 WHITE POLICE OFFICERS AND THE CIVIL UNREST WHICH IS TAKING PLACE AROUND THE COUNTRY, IT IS NOT DIFFICULT TO ACCEPT HIS STATEMENT AS A SELF FULFILLING PROPHECY.

Black Lives Matter Is A Racist, Anti-White Terrorist Group




On September 22 1862, Abraham Lincoln issued his preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, in which he declared that as of January 1, 1863, all slaves in states in rebellion against the Union "shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free." To commemorate the occasion, we invite you to consider some surprising facts about Lincoln's views on slavery, and the complex process that led him to issue the document he later called "the central act of my administration, and the greatest event of the 19th century."
1. Lincoln wasn’t an abolitionist.
Lincoln did believe that slavery was morally wrong, but there was one big problem: It was sanctioned by the highest law in the land, the Constitution. The nation’s founding fathers, who also struggled with how to address slavery, did not explicitly write the word “slavery” in the Constitution, but they did include key clauses protecting the institution, including a fugitive slave clause and the three-fifths clause, which allowed Southern states to count slaves for the purposes of representation in the federal government. In a three-hour speech in Peoria, Illinois, in the fall of 1854, Lincoln presented more clearly than ever his moral, legal and economic opposition to slavery—and then admitted he didn’t know exactly what should be done about it within the current political system.
Abolitionists, by contrast, knew exactly what should be done about it: Slavery should be immediately abolished, and freed slaves should be incorporated as equal members of society. They didn’t care about working within the existing political system, or under the Constitution, which they saw as unjustly protecting slavery and slave owners. Leading abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison called the Constitution “a covenant with death and an agreement with Hell,” and went so far as to burn a copy at a Massachusetts rally in 1854. Though Lincoln saw himself as working alongside the abolitionists on behalf of a common anti-slavery cause, he did not count himself among them. Only with emancipation, and with his support of the eventual 13th Amendment, would Lincoln finally win over the most committed abolitionists.

2. Lincoln didn’t believe blacks should have the same rights as whites.
Though Lincoln argued that the founding fathers’ phrase “All men are created equal” applied to blacks and whites alike, this did not mean he thought they should have the same social and political rights. His views became clear during an 1858 series of debates with his opponent in the Illinois race for U.S. Senate, Stephen Douglas, who had accused him of supporting “negro equality.” In their fourth debate, at Charleston, Illinois, on September 18, 1858, Lincoln made his position clear. “I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races,” he began, going on to say that he opposed blacks having the right to vote, to serve on juries, to hold office and to intermarry with whites. What he did believe was that, like all men, blacks had the right to improve their condition in society and to enjoy the fruits of their labor. In this way they were equal to white men, and for this reason slavery was inherently unjust.
Like his views on emancipation, Lincoln’s position on social and political equality for African-Americans would evolve over the course of his presidency. In the last speech of his life, delivered on April 11, 1865, he argued for limited black suffrage, saying that any black man who had served the Union during the Civil War should have the right to vote.

3. Lincoln thought colonization could resolve the issue of slavery.
For much of his career, Lincoln believed that colonization—or the idea that a majority of the African-American population should leave the United States and settle in Africa or Central America—was the best way to confront the problem of slavery. His two great political heroes, Henry Clay and Thomas Jefferson, had both favored colonization; both were slave owners who took issue with aspects of slavery but saw no way that blacks and whites could live together peaceably. Lincoln first publicly advocated for colonization in 1852, and in 1854 said that his first instinct would be “to free all the slaves, and send them to Liberia” (the African state founded by the American Colonization Society in 1821).
Nearly a decade later, even as he edited the draft of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation in August of 1862, Lincoln hosted a delegation of freed slaves at the White House in the hopes of getting their support on a plan for colonization in Central America. Given the “differences” between the two races and the hostile attitudes of whites towards blacks, Lincoln argued, it would be “better for us both, therefore, to be separated.” Lincoln’s support of colonization provoked great anger among black leaders and abolitionists, who argued that African-Americans were as much natives of the country as whites, and thus deserved the same rights. After he issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln never again publicly mentioned colonization, and a mention of it in an earlier draft was deleted by the time the final proclamation was issued in January 1863.

4. Emancipation was a military policy. 
As much as he hated the institution of slavery, Lincoln didn’t see the Civil War as a struggle to free the nation’s 4 million slaves from bondage. Emancipation, when it came, would have to be gradual, and the important thing to do was to prevent the Southern rebellion from severing the Union permanently in two. But as the Civil War entered its second summer in 1862, thousands of slaves had fled Southern plantations to Union lines, and the federal government didn’t have a clear policy on how to deal with them. Emancipation, Lincoln saw, would further undermine the Confederacy while providing the Union with a new source of manpower to crush the rebellion.
In July 1862 the president presented his draft of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation to his cabinet. Secretary of State William Seward urged him to wait until things were going better for the Union on the field of battle, or emancipation might look like the last gasp of a nation on the brink of defeat. Lincoln agreed and returned to edit the draft over the summer. On September 17 the bloody Battle of Antietam gave Lincoln the opportunity he needed. He issued the preliminary proclamation to his cabinet on September 22, and it was published the following day. As a cheering crowd gathered at the White House, Lincoln addressed them from a balcony: “I can only trust in God I have made no mistake … It is now for the country and the world to pass judgment on it.”

5. The Emancipation Proclamation didn’t actually free all of the slaves.
Since Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation as a military measure, it didn’t apply to border slave states like Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri, all of which had remained loyal to the Union. Lincoln also exempted selected areas of the Confederacy that had already come under Union control in hopes of gaining the loyalty of whites in those states. In practice, then, the Emancipation Proclamation didn’t immediately free a single slave, as the only places it applied were places where the federal government had no control—the Southern states currently fighting against the Union.
Despite its limitations, Lincoln’s proclamation marked a crucial turning point in the evolution of Lincoln’s views of slavery, as well as a turning point in the Civil War itself. By war’s end, some 200,000 black men would serve in the Union Army and Navy, striking a mortal blow against the institution of slavery and paving the way for its eventual abolition by the 13th Amendment.