"Who would want to be identified with being a slave in every major empire? That would be like me conquering you, and then saying you are chosen. Most people would rather have riches, than be poor and chosen."
I've already answered that. People who want to identify with the religious mythology that is elevated by their oppressor. Let's face it, most of our people don't even know any other people's mythology besides the Israelite one(and we literalize it), let alone anything about African spiritual sciences and culture... The oppressors have done a good job of wiping the knowledge out via suppression and demonization.
"Remember in the stories how kings asked what kind of God would demand your suffering? Personally I believe that the only people to hold on to such a story must be true Israelites."
Many people hold to these stories incuding the Ashkenazm. Just because someone clings to something doesn't make it accurate. Many people, who go numerically beyond any logical possibility of who actually would/could be of that lineage cling to that story because it is the dominant one via European imperialism... I'm not sure how you are working against that reality...
"Why not run to Ifrica? Ifrica (Ghana) had over 400 kings before Jesus was even born."
That's the whole question in this thread... Why not run to West Africa... That would be the logical thing to do considering that is where we come from... But our people have been taught to hate themselves, particularly spiritually. Haven't you heard? Non Semetic religions that don't follow the 'one true god' of Abraham, Isaac, and Moses are 'of the devil'... 500 years of having that beat into your head and the Bible being shoved down your throat as the only spiritual option, and what do you think that result is?
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