Brother AACOOLDRE : The Exodus movie & the Farrakhan Trap


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Jul 26, 2001

By A. Austin

No matter how bad or good history is we can’t change it. Black people here in America suffered slavery from 1555 or 1619 through 1863. And if we count the black codes and Jim Crow for another hundred years up to 1963 we have been slaves roughly 400 years here in North America. Some black religious cults have used this time span to declare they are the slaves talked about in the bible and are the real true children of Israel. The Nation of Islam is using the editors and redactors errors from ancient times in the Bible to demonize a whole race of white Jews into some sinister plot to keep black people in bondage and not reaching their highest talents and human potential. Basically having the life blood sucked out of them making them a dead zombie like people who can only be activated by drugs, sex, and music from the occult of Satan who are reptiles in mind and under their skin. They also believe it is only their version of religion that can awaken the black race out of their reptile state of mind and being. Sounds crazy but this is what they think. It’s this type of ideology that’s act the root of the problem. Much of the human problems has been people going to war because some subset of a given culture stirs up trouble. Then, the other culture just decides all of the other culture must be destroyed. This brings up the memory the fictional actions of Judas Iscariot or Ham of Egypt bad behavior being transferred to a whole tribe or race of a peoples. Nor can Israel make up their sterilization of Ethiopians by making one of them the first black Miss Israel in 2013

From slavery this cult has convinced many that the Whiteman is the devil. So let us get into some of the roots of this Farrakhan Trap.

The Myth: “And he said unto Abraham know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs , and shall serve them; and they shall afflict them four hundred years. And also that nation, whom they shall serve, will I judge: and afterward shall they come out with great substance. And thou shalt go to thy fathers in peace; thou shalt be buried in a good old age. But in the fourth generation they shall come hither again: for the iniquity of the of the Amorites [Canaanite tribe of the Hyksos] is not yet full” (Genesis 15:13-16)

The Reality: The Bible has several contradictory passages about how long Israel remained in bondage, and even ancient Jewish scholars were confused about the duration and combined two diffirent traditions as if they were one. I’m talking about the Hyksos and Moses exodus. This is where the biblical redactors confused two stories. One was about Canaanite affliction over Egypt, a description of the Hyksos era when Canaanites ruled Egypt. The other was about a departure of Israel from Egypt. Tribes of the Canaanites varied, some were white Arabs and others were black with thick lips and noses. Some of the Israelites dressed in the same fashion as the black Canaanites (see Frank Yurco “3,200 year old picture of Israel found in Egypt” or stone pictures of Black Canaanites in Donald Redford’s book Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in Ancient Times)

Let’s look at Genesis prophecy to see how these two stories were combined:

The first thing we notice is that the affliction takes place in a land where Abraham’s seed shall be a stranger in a land that is not theirs”. The Jews are from Egypt and Ethiopian lands so they are not strangers there. Where is that land. The assumption has always been that the strange land was Egypt, but throughout the bible, it is Canaan that is identified as the strange land, not Egypt. Consider these statements:

“The land wherein thou art a stranger, all the land of Canaan (gen 17; 8)

“Jacob dwelt in the land where his father (Isaac) was a stranger in the land of Canaan (Gen 37:1)

The first stage in our reconstruction, then, is to recognize that Canaan caused the Affliction, not Egypt and that the prophecy, of the seed of Abraham will come out of the land of affliction. Next, look at the passage about the fourth generation:

But in the fourth generation they shall come hither again: for the iniquity of the Amorites (Hyksos, white Arabs) is not yet full

This passage has always been interested to mean that Israel will come out of Egypt, but that it will have to wait until the Amorites disappear. It is then argued that Moses fulfilled the prophecy in that he was in the fourth generation after Jacob. But the prophecy says in the fourth generation, not after the fourth generation. Since Moses is in the fifth generation beginning with Jacob, he doesn’t fall within the terms of the prediction.

The Hyksos, the basic of the story about affliction, were of Canaanite origin, but which Canaanites they were we don’t know. They ruled parts of Egypt from about 1750bc, and all or most of Egypt from about 1680bc, and remained in power to about 1572BC. The name Hyksos means “chieftains from the hill country”.

The term Amorite originally meant specific groups of people in Canaan. It eventually evolved into a term describing Canaanites from the Central hill (Amorites live in hill country Numbers 13:29), areas in Canaan. So, Hyksos and Amorite both referred to people from the hill country, although the similar definitions don’t necessarily mean they referred to the same groups of people.

In any event, when Abraham went to Egypt, the Hyksos were in charge of the northern delta and he later fled from that territory. The very next Israelite to come to Egypt was joseph, and lo and behold, joseph is in the fourth generation from Abraham-Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. Chronologically, following the Jewish tradition, joseph arrived in Egypt about 1564Bc which is right after or just about when the Egyptians decisively defeated the Hyksos. (We then hear about a new king who didn’t know Joseph, came to power in Egypt doing forced labor Exodus 1:8-11 at Rameses, the original name of Avaris where the Hyksos set up their headquarters and worshiped Set-hen).

Reducing God’s prophecy to Abraham to its essential components, we have the following scenario:

1. Abraham sojourned in Egypt

2. Canaanites (Hyksos) afflicted Egypt

3. The prophecy said that the strange land (Canaan) would afflict the seed of Abraham. The Canaanite Hyksos dominated Egypt and Canaan.

4. The prophecy said that in the fourth generation there would be a return from the strange land (Canaan, when the power of the Amorites (Hyksos) had ended.

5. Joseph, in the fourth generation from Abraham, returned to Egypt.

6. God’s prophecy said that Abraham’s seed (Isaac and his descendants) would come out of a country after 400 years

7. Moses led an exodus out of Egypt and into Canaan

What we have here are two separate stories that have become entangled due to confusion by the biblical redactors.

The first story described an affliction by Canaanites in Egypt for four generations. The second described a departure from Egypt after four hundred years. Both stories included a period of Affliction, one by Canaanites over Egypt and one by Egyptians over the Israelites.

The Biblical redactors, who no longer remembered that the Israelites ancestors of the patriarchal age had lived in Egypt, only knew of Israelites as a Canaanite people who had been afflicted in Egypt. They read these two stories from a Canaanite rather than Egyptian perspective. From that point of view, persecution in a land of strangers meant persecution in Egypt rather than Canaan. They integrated the first story with the second story to reflect a single affliction. For this reason, they assumed that the time spans of four hundred years and four generations were one and the same when in fact they actually measured two different durations. (A generation could be just 40 years). Consequently, the biblical redactors erroneously created a period of 4 hundred years of slavery in Egypt when the reality of their slavery or work crews in Egypt lasted less than thirty years. But nevertheless Jews still claim they were slaves making pyramids in Egypt thousands of years before Abraham ever stepped foot in Egypt.

Now comes Louis Farrakhan and his NOI to capitalize or editing errors and false memories of Jewish scribes to claim the prophecy of 400 years of slavery refers to the original true black Jews in America. Those falling for this trap have been misled and haven’t read alternative histories.

There was a time in American history that whites were 90% of the blackman’s problem and 10% being of our own doing. Now its just the opposite. The KKK has outsource its lynching to the loveless black gangs in the urban hood. We enslave oursleves by having blacks scared to go jogging or to travel 4 blocks within a city. Many blacks are virtual prisoners on their blocks never going site seeing in their own downtown areas because the police don’t want them there because some subset of a given culture stirs up trouble. Then, the other culture just decides all of the other culture must be destroyed, contained, suppressed and marginalized. We are invisible because we are not seen for who we are but what a few from our racial group has done. You are invisble when your charcater isn’t judged but only the assuptions and stereotypes. With this background it becomes easy for black demogues like Farrakhan to take advantage of this sentiment and trap them into a bubble of hate. Either we hate the whiteman or hate eachother. When we fight and kill eachother will call ourselves niggaaas=is that love. We post our gladiator fights on youtube. Young black females fighting eachother calling eachother B” and tearing eachother clothes off. This reminded me of slavery days where the white master had black females fight eachother naked with the loser getting 10-20 lashes and the winner getting a free trip to his bedroom. Racism and self-hate prevents us as a people to unite agnist the puppet politicians being controlled by sinister corporate bandits and building strong families. You shall know the truth and the truth will set you free.
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