LIFE IS A LESSON LEARNED
Posted By: RASTA QUEEN In Response To: Re: I AM A GODESS (of ma'at)
Date: Sunday, 4 September 2011, at 9:36 p.m.
In Response To: Re: I AM A GODESS (of ma'at)
I quess my genetics does not play a role in determining this?
My ancestors, kinsmen, and children are born kings and queens / Gods and Goddess.
Human Nubains and Human Egyptians created the concept and notion of a God & Goddess. So what exactly would I be waiting on, since it was my people who invened the Gods. We created them.
Are you conscious? Or just wearing the name MAAT?
As far as the photos are concerned, or the lack therof, must be decided by the one doing the investigation, if that fact alone should dismiss slavery. Once again we are dealing with the terminology "SLAVERY". It was never explained to me by you or anyone else, how a white man can rape us as women, and the black man be defensless to help us, yet that same black man was able to demand a slave wage? Even a 2 year old would tell you that does not make any sence.
If blacks had no power and were SLAVES as described by whites, then why did they pay us for a days work? Why not get free labour?
But I can OVERstand how these types of questions can make one uncomfortable, being that they would make themselves out to be experts in a certain feild. I never claimed to be an expert. I'm a novice historian asking questions as a young black woman finding my way in this wilderness called America.
Next time I will watch what I ask, and who I ask. Maybe i should just ask the white man in my school about my black and Native American history. I quess I just have to study on the web in silence. I can't talk to any of my friends about this, because they are not interested in history and constantly worried about dating games. None of them are concerend about getting an education.
As they say, life is a lesson learned.
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