Negro Exile in OWN Land

We’ve all heard and read Dr. King’s, “I Have A Dream” speech, or portions of it, at various points in our lives.  You’d have to be living in a bubble not to hear it on the King holiday every year.  It was recently brought to my attention that there is a little known segment of his speech that we all need to pay very close attention to:

“One hundred years later, the Negro is still languishing in the corners of American society and finds himself an exile in his own land. So we have come here today to dramatize a shameful condition.”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Is it possible Dr. King was trying to tell us who we are?  Could he have been sending us a message, letting us know we are in our own land?  Before I started my ancestry research, I probably would have thought that wasn’t what he meant.  But now, I think it is possible; based on all the factual evidence I’ve stumbled across pointing to African-Americans being the copper-colored races of people the Europeans found here.

A lot of people may not buy into the connection I’m attempting to make here and that’s understandable.  But consider that a lot was riding on this speech, and Dr. King would have selected his message and words carefully.  Also consider that Dr. King was an educated man, and, from what I recall, he never referred to us as Africans or being from Africa.

Know Better:
I Have A Dream – ushistory.org

Do Better:
Like this clue left for us from Dr. King, our ancestors left us clues as well.  It’s our responsibility to go find them.

16 thoughts on “Negro Exile in OWN Land

    1. Furthermore, we were not thinking of ourselves as Africans then. We were Negro’s. Wasn’t til Roots came out that Pan-Africanism started. Right?

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      1. You are correct. You may find my earlier blog post of interest – “But, Alex Haley said we came from Africa!” You’ll have to navigate to the Blog Post page on this site and scroll all the way down to the beginning. It’s the second post.

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      2. Roots was not written by Alex Hailey. Mr. Hailey was sued by the original writer and paid a handsome amount in a settlement. However, there was one small scene in Roots that leans toward the difference between people of color from Africa and people of color from America. Watch the scene when Kunta Kinte arrived at the plantation for for the first time. Listen to how Chicken George describes Kunta. Also, the majority of enslaved people are aborigines of America called Indians. At first, our ancestors were enslaved on the land they owned. But, many being familiar to the land would run away. So, European slave masters would ship the enslaved up and down the east coast and throughout the Caribbean, Central and South America’s. Enslaved aborigines of America were also shipped to Europe, the Middle East, and the west coast of Africa. Columbus was one of the first Europeans to take copper colored Americans to Europe. Pope Alexander VI extended Dum Diversa in 1493 to the America’s with the Inter Caetera. Our ancestors who accepted Christianity were allowed to stay on their land as servants in most cases. If we were taught our true history/mystery it would change everything. That we had no religion, but were highly spiritual in the belief of The Most High/Great Creator. That prior to European colonization we lived under the Harmonic Law’s of Nature. The book of Genesis 2:6&7 states Gen 2:6  but there went up a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground. Gen 2:7  And Jehovah God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. There is no such thing as man coming from one place and then populated the entire earth. All of the true people of Earth come from all over and vary in color, from reddish brown to dark blackish brown, according to the soil.

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  1. You are correct in your assertion. We have always been here and we have been lied to. We are the true indigenous American Indians whose birthright and lands have been usurped. And please, we are not African American, Jesse Jackson coined that term in 1988 and we ignorantly have been calling ourselves this misnomer since. This is our land and we are awakening like the holy scripture says. Check out brother Dane Calloway’s videos on YouTube, and others that have been putting in a lot of work on the subject.

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  2. Black people in the United States are aboriginal
    indigenous inhabitants of the United States NOT from Africa through the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade which is REVISIONIST HISTORY
    lies deception propaganda, promoted by RACIST Caucasian men who belong to secret societies with evil nefarious intentions of ruling the world under Luciferian rule, “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist”,

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