Black American versus African American…I beg your pardon,What you say?

Many Black American would be surprised to know that many people that have immigrated to America since the first American census of 1790 are not Caucasians nor do they have Caucasians facial features rather this group has black to light brown shades skin colors yet are classified by US census records as belonging to the White race of people.

Simply because the Federal Government census records are designed above all other facts in census taking to record numerical counts for the classifying of race above the ethnicity of the people immigrating to these United States so to ensure limited numbers of the Black race in these United States numbers that will perpetually ensure the mind of White supremacy rule in the United States of America.

Example, I met a Black Cuban back in the 90’s – darker than me- We became friends until the day I presumed he considered himself a Black man. He declared he was not a Black man but a Cuban. I was astonished and bewildered by his stance. At the end of the conversation I was not convinced he wasn’t a Black man nor could I convince him he was a Black man – that was the end of our friendship – he declared. And dared me to call him a Black man ever again if so he threatens he would beat my azz.

I learned back then that race is not a matter to Black people immigrating to America. More concerning to Black people outside of being Black Americans is their nationality and cultural experience related to the countries they come from. But we Black Americans no better or should no better yet many of us deny race matters in these U.S., even if they don’t they are judge by White Americans (The dominated ruling race of the America Society and way of life which is racism) based on their racial makeup. People you can’t change the nature of a thing no more than changing the nature of a snake.

Race Matter in these United States – Our lack of group progress in this society is undetermined because we as a people don’t believe this fact and don’t act accordingly like 85 % of White American citizens.

Now, most Black Americans prefer to be known asĀ African Americans but as a matter of natural fact, they are not. Somebody and something was done to play a master trick on our group to further remove the American Slavery Era from the history of future historians by eliminating race identity. There are already ongoing efforts in this wicked society to reclassify Black American slaves as immigrants. As a race we are Black our nationality is undoubtedly American. We can not be nor should not be considered African Americans.

Africa is not a Nation. Africa is a continent with the dominate inhabitants members of the Black race living in 53 different sovereign countries/nations. Ask yourself African American, which of the 53 African nations you claim citizenship and it claims you as a citizen? When did your force parents immigrate to America? If you answer none and no then you must ask is it rational for Black Americans to adopt a false race or ethnic classification called African American?

Ask yourself African American, which of the 53 African nations you claim citizenship and it claims you as a citizen? When did your force parents immigrate to America? If you answer none and no then you must ask is it rational for Black Americans to adopt a false race or ethnic classification called African American?

When did your force parents immigrate to America? If you answer none and no then you must ask is it rational for Black Americans to adopt a false race or ethnic classification called African American?

If you answer none and no then you must ask is it rational for Black Americans to adopt a false race or ethnic classification called African American? I am a Black American and this problem of race identity mystifies my rationality and I will not accept its norm in the American society.

Malcolm X was assassinated in part because he was right and exact then and more so today – “We been had. We been took. We been bamboozled.”

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