We all know about the Civil War and the “Emancipation Proclamation” amendment to the constitution by Abraham Lincoln right?
Many of us are in the dark about the “Gullah Wars” which forced the country to deal with slavery on a political level. Black people are deprived of their history and the strength that their legacy inspires. American history has been told with a skewed narrative as to suppress the exploits of Black people and denote their victories therefore suffocating the greatness in future generations. Continue reading
The Freedmen’s Savings and Trust Company, commonly referred to as The Freedmen’s Bank, was incorporated on March 3, 1865. It was created by the United States Congress along with the Freedmen’s Bureau to aid the freedmen in their transition from slavery to freedom. – Blackpast.org
This was a period in time when the ex – slaves were to become a actual nationality with a system to establish themselves economically as a people, but this effort was thwarted and thus we were never nationalized.
Abraham lincoln was assassinated on April 5,1865 after signing the Freedmen’s Saving and Trust Bill into law JUST A MONTH EARLIER on March 3, 1865! The following President VETOED THIS BILL TWICE! The congress pushed the bill through and the Freedmen’s Bank was established not without much opposition as you can see from this propaganda.
Love is a institution
faith is the foundation
His word is the constitution
hope is the implication of every word spoke
I hope it breaks you free of your limitation
To break you FREE is Liberation
from your dark boundage…
I don’t need to convince you of the truth or defend the truth, because the truth will defend itself.
Your refusal of truth is a testiment to your ignorance and your alliance with darkness.
Freedom is not the same as liberation.
Freedom requires a knowledge of identity and a responsibility to its boundaries. In order for your purpose to manifest itself you must be able to respond to the weight of your purpose. The kingdom in you cannot be established if you are not aware of your IDENTITY, because your IDENTITY connects you to your purpose. A slave is kept ignorant so that freedom cannot enter in…you can be in chains and be free if you have knowledge of your IDENTITY. Continue reading