Black aka (Copper Colour) Wall St

roots69

Rising Star
BGOL Investor
We have been lied to, miseducated by the media and entertainment and the school system. History is told to us in reverse.. Example,, $5 dollar indians, the colonists are assuming the role of the copper colour races..


 

roots69

Rising Star
BGOL Investor
You can't have the POW's, doing better than the colonists!! These colonists have been at war with the copper colour people since they landed on our land and will be at war with us at the end!! This shits not hard to figure out, just follow the path and research!! The truth is hidden between the lies!!
 

roots69

Rising Star
BGOL Investor
IGNORance is NOT Bliss!

Ignorance simply means to ignore the truth. The common quote, “Ignorance is Bliss,” implies that what you don’t know can’t hurt you. I’m here to tell you that what you don’t know can hurt you and has hurt copper-colored people of America ever since being found here by the Europeans. Ignoring the truth is what caused our people to forget who we are in the first place.


For example, in order to survive the atrocities facing them, many of our ancestors lost their identities while allowing the Europeans to civilize them – see my previous post titled, “Give Them an Inch and They’ll Take a Mile.” Another example is when some accepted the race classification of Black – see my previous post titled, “Identity Crisis and the Name Game.” Our ancestors weren’t given much of a choice, so they did what they had to do. We don’t live in the same hostile environment as they did, so what’s our excuse?


Know Better:
The posts in this blog are not here to entertain, but to educate readers so the truth can be known. Be sure to click on the links provided in each “Know Better” section and read or watch the information for yourself.



Do Better:
WAKE UP!!! We’ve been in a deep sleep for far too long. If you’re reading the posts in this blog, then you can’t say you didn’t know; and now that you do know, you have to either embrace the truth or choose to ignore it (and remain ignorant).
 

roots69

Rising Star
BGOL Investor
Give Them an Inch, and They’ll Take a Mile!

The Dawes Act of 1887 and the Curtis Act of 1898 further crippled the copper-colored people of America, who had previously been forced to migrate west of the Mississippi River under the Indian Removal Act – see my previous post titled, “The Beginning of the End of Copper-Colored Natives.” This new law sought to civilize or make them more like the Europeans, by dividing up their tribal land, turning them into farmers, requiring attendance at churches/schools and subjecting them to U.S. laws. Any land that wasn’t allotted to the Indians was put up for sale to the Europeans. Also, if the Indians were deemed to be uncivilized after a certain time (by the Europeans’ standards), their land was also put up for sale.
Collectively, these laws ensured the demise of copper-colored people’s sovereignty, land holdings, traditions/customs and tribal affiliations.

Know Better:
Dawes General Allotment Act – Britannica.com
Cleveland Signs Dawes Act into Law – History.com
Curtis Act – OkState.edu

Do Better:
If you are copper-colored in America and not certain your ancestors originated from Africa, you owe it to yourself, your relatives and your offspring to research your lineage. You may find it was your ancestors whose land and sovereignty was taken from them.
 

roots69

Rising Star
BGOL Investor
The truth is hidden right in front of our faces.. This colony/corporation spend billion of dollars year to keep our Copper Colour People in the dark and in a deep sleep state of mind!! Wake up, if not for yourself do it for your kids, grandkids and family members that have passed on!! Then again dont wake up and enjoy your conditioning and programming!!


Identity Crisis and the Name Game


How does a race of people lose their identity? I’m sure the Racial Integrity Laws passed in Virginia, in the 1920s, had something to do with it. During that time, the Africans were mixing in with the copper-colored Indians and the Europeans didn’t like it. So, laws were passed that reclassified the races down to only two categories – white or black.

The copper-colored Indians, along with the Africans, were labeled as “Black” on vital statistic records. From there, they took on all of the other names given to this new combined group of people (colored, negro and African American).

Know Better:
Encyclopedia Virginia website: Racial Integrity Laws of the 1920s

Do Better:
Stop excepting titles given to you and find out who you are by researching your ancestry.
 
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