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Spare a thought for black women…they are brave and regal 

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By Nthungo YaAfrika

MARCH 8 was designated International Women’s Day (IWD) and March was eventually labelled the ‘month of women’. 

This week my focus is on ‘modern’ Nahasi (black) women being burdened by the word ‘modern’. 

This is how the Tambous (whites) describe modern: “Relating to the present or recent times. Characterised by using or the most up-to date technology etc; marked by a departure from traditional styles and values.” 

From 1453 to date, our past was completely changed to suit those who had conquered us (whites) whom, incidentally, our ancestors called ‘savages’.

The relegation of black women to their current status actually climaxed in 84 BC when Rome conquered Greece, the power ruling the motherland at that time. Rome removed all black women rights that had made them equal to their male counterparts. 

White people treated their womenfolk like trash and actually buried baby girls at birth as they were regarded as useless mouths to feed. 

Prostitutes had more rights than married women. (Cultural Unity Of Black Africa, Cheik Anta Diop)

The final nail of whites relegating our womenfolk to the level of their womenfolk was when they started corrupting the Holy Writings of our ancestors which they eventually called the Holy Bible, from the Greek word ‘biblous’, meaning ‘compiled from many books’. 

After corrupting the Holy Writings, they destroyed indigenous academic and intellectual writings and thoughts about Yahweh all over the motherland. 

The masterpiece of their corruption in their Bible which they blasphemously call ‘Holy’ is making Yahweh not having these attributes; Omniscient, Omnipresent and Omnipotent, culminating in Yahweh uttering these words in Genesis 2: Verse 18: “Then Jehovah God sad ‘It is not good for the man to continue to be alone. I am going to make him a helper for him as a complement of him.” Verse 21: “So Jehovah God caused the man to fall into a deep sleep, and while he was sleeping he took one of his ribs and then closed the flesh over its place.” 

Verse 22: “And Jehovah God built the rib that he had taken from the man into a woman, and brought her to the man.” 

Verse 23: “Then the man said, ‘This is at last bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh. This one will be called woman, because from man she was taken’.” 

As the saying goes, the rest is history. 

Despite Adam’s boasting his superiority over woman, read Verse 24 and make your decision.

Some ancient books actually say Adam, written as ‘Adamu’, means ‘people’ and ‘Eve’ means ‘the Living Spirit of Yahweh’. 

Food for thought.

The motherland, being the cradle of mankind, clearly shows the early relationship between different sexes. 

In Egypt, around 1353 BC, King Akhenaten and his Queen Nefertiti ruled together and humanised the throne. 

During their reign, pale-skinned people from the north, who they labelled ‘Tambous’, meaning ‘savages’, came to trade and were given trading posts. 

The mistake of the Queen and King was that they did this without consulting the positive spiritual world. 

The result was these traders fortifying their trading posts and becoming a nuisance and unruly. 

They hated the freedom women enjoyed in Egypt and began waging war on African customs, religion and cultures which encouraged peaceful and unhypocritical co-existence between sexes. 

The first custom they attacked was matriarchy.  

Some of the black women who fought bravely against whites to maintain black women rights include: Sheba, Cleopatra, Candance Hypatia, Dhia-al Kahina, Nzinga, Madame Tinubu, Nandi, Kaipkire, the female army that followed the Dahomia King Behanzin Bowelle, Mbuya Charwe, the spirit medium of Mbuya Nehanda, and not forgetting the brave women cadres who paid the ultimate price to free the motherland from white people. 

Queen Sheba.
Queen Cleopatra.

The efforts of white people are still continuing and are being aided by none other than traitorous blackmen who envy the power whites always exert over their womenfolk.

The defeat of these brave black women culminated in the removal of one act of a brave black woman from their corrupted Bible by the name of Queen Dalikah. 

Exodus 14: Verses 26-28 is about the drowning of Pharaoh and his army in the Red Sea, while their Bible is quiet on what happened later. 

From antiquity books by E.A. Wallis Budge, this is what happened. 

After hearing what had happened to Pharaoh and his army, the women and slaves in Egypt were afraid of being attacked by their neighbours and they elected a woman by the name Dalikah and made her Queen because she was wise, prudent and skilled in magic. 

Her first act was to build a wall that surrounded Egypt which was guarded at intervals. 

She then placed around the wall enclosures figures of crocodiles and other formidable animals which became live when enemies came near the wall as she was skilled in magic. 

In the temples, she collected all the secrets of nature and all attracting or repelling powers which were contained in minerals, plants and animals. 

Her skill in magic made her invincible and she ruled Egypt for 30 years.

Now you know where the Chinese got the technology to build their great wall from as early as the 7th Century BC with selective stretches later joined by Qin Shi Huang (220-206 BC), the first Emperor of China. 

Later on, many successive dynasties built and maintained multiple stretches of border walls. 

The best known sections of the wall were built by the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).  

From that technology, Romans built the Adrian Wall, a defensive fortification in the Province of Britannia that begun in AD 122 in the rein of Emperor Adrian. 

Not forgetting the Jericho Wall and, last but not least, The Great Zimbabwe Enclosure. 

Now you know the truth about who started wall fortification and may be it can set modern black women free.

Modern black women are in the same position the antiquity black women were when whites were first coming to the motherland. 

As the saying goes, nothing is new under the sun. 

Their (modern black women) pressure is coming from the corrupted Bible of the whites and mainly from the scriptures of the Apostle Paul who most so-called black male Christians quote more than the Son of Man, Yeshua, to demean and intimidate womenfolk. 

Yeshua never demeaned and intimidated women or ever preached chapters found in 1 Corinthians 11: Verses 3,7,8,9: “But I would have you, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of every woman is the man; the head of Christ is God. For man indeed ought not to have his head veiled, for as much as he is the image and glory of God: For the man is not of the woman; but the woman of the man, for neither was the man created for the woman; but the woman for the man.” 

Add this blasphemy to 1 Corinthians 14: Verse 34-35: “Let the women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but let them be in subjection, as also unto law. And if they would learn anything, let them ask their own husbands at home: for it is shameful for a woman to speak in church.” 

My question is: If the husband is a fool or an imbecile, what can the woman learn from him? 

Food for thought. 

That is why my plea is to spare a thought for modern black women. 

They are as brave, beautiful, brawny and brainy like their ancestors who were let down by their men. 

Black women deserve continuous celebration until the second coming of Yeshua. 

Let whites celebrate their womenfolk once a year in March — not us. 

We are not whites, but men and sons of the light. 

Let us stop being intimidated by their Bible which they blasphemously call ‘Holy’. 

How can antics of the devil be called Holy? 

Even when the devil saw that he had sinned, he sent Prophet Enoch to Yahweh to ask for forgiveness. (Book of Enoch) 

In the same vein, let blackmen and womenfolk wake up from their slumber and embrace each as daughters and sons of the light. 

Black women must know that in a man, there are three people; a child, a fool and a king. 

Since the coming of whites to our motherland, men have been passing the baton of children and fools from one generation to another.

How can Africa be in poverty yet we are the richest continent on the planet? 

This is all because of lack of self-knowledge of how to relate to our womenfolk who are royalty. 

Let the womenfolk also stop being intimidated by the whites’ blasphemous scriptures and start reading between the lines for the betterment of our race. 

We are one, and one we must be forever.

Nthungo YaAfrika, aka J.L. Mtembo is a Hamite who strongly believes in the motherland renaissance.

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