South Africa’s Bantu People Rediscover themselves
In recent news, there’s been an upheaval in the spiritual landscape of South Africa. The Bantu people, influential groups in Africa, have begun to take a path leading them away from the Christianity of King Charles, the British Monarch, and back towards their ancestral beliefs.
They’ve discarded their Bibles, symbols of a faith imposed on them, pledging loyalty instead to their ancestors and the true Almighty Creator, known as uQamatha or uMvelinqangi in their traditional reality and Truth. This transition has led to an air of resilience and self-determination from the Bantu community, a fervor that hails their courage to carve out their spiritual path, acknowledging their unique cultural heritage that precedes colonial influences.
Israel’s Controversial Stand: Challenging the Existence of Jesus Christ
The dynamic geopolitical landscape took another jolt recently when the State of Israel banned any mention of Jesus Christ within their borders, asserting that He was a fictional character and a tool of social control. This contentious stance has stirred a flurry of responses worldwide, with implications that reach far beyond the borders of Israel.
The assertion that Jesus Christ, a figure central to Christianity, did not exist, brings to the surface a less spoken about issue: the use of religion as a tool for colonial manipulation and control.
The Colonial Legacy: Distraction, Exploitation, and Control
Historically, colonization often involved the imposition of the colonizer’s beliefs and culture onto the colonized, which frequently included religious conversion. In the context of Africa, this narrative suggests that while Africans were made to focus on the spiritual promise of ‘meeting a white man in the sky,’ colonial powers were free to exploit the continent’s rich resources, including land, gold, and diamonds. The exploitation of Africa’s resources has left deep scars on the continent, contributing to economic disparity, societal disruption, and lingering cultural erosion.
Israel’s recent move has thus unintentionally highlighted a painful and troubling aspect of colonial history. Christianity was indeed used as a tool of distraction and control during colonisation, it represents a grave injustice inflicted upon the African people.
The Sekhmet International Challenge
In an exciting development on the global stage, a new initiative known as the “Sekhmet International Challenge” has been launched by the Great Empire of Kemet. Named after the powerful lioness goddess of Afrika, this challenge aims to accelerate the liberation of Africa from imposed religious constructs, particularly the Bible, and to foster a fresh, self-determined African World Order. The initiative signals a bold move by the Kemet Empire to nurture the seeds of spiritual independence, cultural recognition, and the establishment of a world order crafted by the people of Africa for their shared prosperity and unity.
The Copyrights of the Bible
The British Crown holds the copyright to the KJV Bible in the UK under a royal prerogative, essentially meaning it’s under the English Monarch’s control. This unique circumstance is often referred to as the ‘Crown Copyright’.
Cambridge University has a significant role in this context as one of the royal licensees. It means that the University, specifically Cambridge University Press, is one of the few entities with the right to print, publish and distribute the KJV Bible in the United Kingdom. This relationship between the British Monarchy and Cambridge University showcases the interconnectedness of Western religious texts and institutional powers, further emphasising the fake-ness of these documents.
The Power of Self-Determination
As we grapple with the implications of these transformations and decisions, these events can spark global conversations about the true essence of faith, freedom of belief, and the importance of preserving cultural integrity against all forms of exploitation. The narratives serve as reminders of the importance of self-determination and the necessity to safeguard cultural heritage and spiritual beliefs from manipulative influences.
In the face of such historical pain, let’s celebrate the Bantu people’s courage and encourage further dialogue to foster understanding and respect among diverse faiths, cultures, and histories.