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The Black Woman Public Enemy #1 - Daily Toast Kujichagulia 66171

"All warfare is based on deception"
Sun Tzu
Peace FAM:
Once again I greet you in Peace, Power, Joy & 1hunidyears. I know that many will read the title and come on the page looking for me to go on the attack, since everywhere we look online the Black woman is our oppenent, but you will not get that here, especially today. I chose to start this post of with the Sun Tzu quote, to put it clearly in your mind that we are at war, and if war is about deception then we have to watch the world to see how we are being attacked. Now for years we have thought the Black man was under the gun in America. We have the statistics to prove it, but I want to take some time and question this idea, especially in the light of the quote that is hanging over this whole post. The keyword that I need you to focus on is, deception. How do we know that we are not being deceived by all the information that is being gathered on the plight of the Black man. I know that this may rub some of my readers the wrong way because we have been able to build a thriving industry off of the plight of the Black man, but the closer I look at our situation, the culture we evolved from, and slickness of our enemy and I am beginning to see a different picture. In my humble opinion Black women are and have been the major target of this West Asian society. 
If you go back over my videos one of the statements I made was that the family belongs to the Black woman, and that culture is the child of man. Now I won't go into a lenghty description of what I mean here ( I probably will be ranting about this idea on my video anyway, so check it out). The Black woman holds the most important position in our culture. She is the guardian of the family, now for many of you who have come up through the west Asian process will find this hard to stomach. According to the dominant culture that is molding the minds of people here in America,  woman are relegated to the lowest rung of society, and like good slaves (male & female) we do as our master demonstrates. We look at the woman and see no value or power within her, but the fact is that the woman holds the pivotal role in our and all cultures. The woman gives birth to, and raises the future of the people. She is the player that holds the family structure together and brings order into the life of the children so that they can grow up and participate in the culture. She molds and shapes the mind of the young, even before they are given to the system to be molded and shaped by man. Now being someone that loves to think deeper than the surface, I see that if I eliminate the man but leave the woman in tact then I have a problem for generations. On the other hand if I eliminate the woman, by destroying her role, sense of importance, and drive her crazy I eliminate generations. Each man I destroy, only one man is destroyed, but for every woman I destroy, a group is destroyed, because as I said earlier she is the foundation and guardian of the family.
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