Be amazing if they applied this energy into something beneficial that could create a new legacy of greatness today leading into the future…but no, just more mental masturbation.Well, Valentine's Day came and went and it was pretty uneventful for some.The Hotep Tribe goes all out to ensure that if you are Black, you know exactly what your “true” history is.In some ways I admire this tribe for simply trying to instill a sense of pride in a bunch of lost & clueless Black people who know absolutely shit about Black history beyond slavery.When Black people refer to themselves as Kings & Queens, there is a segment of the population who do it purely as a term of endearment.Reason being is because Black people are taught that our history starts at American slavery & that’s it.But nearly two thirds of men believed that women should contribute compared with the 44 per cent of women who felt put out at the suggestion.The purpose of the study according to assistant professor in psychology Dr David Fredrick was to find out why some traditional practices were being clung to despite a push for equality between the sexes. They believe that women only want equality when it suits them.
” A beautiful friendship started and ended that night because like myself, Rebecca is a woman that expects that if a man asks you out then he should foot the bill. A recent study involving 17,000 men and women in the US discovered that 84 per cent of men and 58 per cent of women said that men still usually paid when the bill came, even after they had been together for some time.
As a matter of fact if you were a slaver back in those days responsible for capturing slaves to be sold later on in just the US only, it wouldn’t make any damn financial sense to travel to Egypt to extract slaves.
Do you know how damn big the continent of Africa is? More than likely that member of the Hotep Tribe trying to convince you that you descended from the Kings & Queens of ancient Egypt are full of shit.
It is literally a shorter trip from Angola, Africa to Brazil, South America than it is to go up to the Caribbean & North America from Angola or Senegambia.
For the other 2.5 million African slaves that didn’t end up in Brazil but ended up in North America & the Caribbean, most of these slaves came from Senegambia & about a quarter of them came from Angola.