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Blonde Hair Is Not Afrakan

I am convinced that ignorance is death yet most people believe that it is bliss. They say what you don’t know won’t hurt you therefore you must take bad situations and make the best of them. Unfortunately most people never recognize bad situations to begin with; they just continue to live and die by the mechanisms of Life in blissful ignorance.

For years pictures of children with dark skin and long blond hair have been passed around social media. When the unknowing see these pictures they say; “you see, Black is beautiful because Black people can have blond hair too”. They never take the time to research and understand how such an anomaly is possible.

The first thing they should understand is that most of the children in those pictures are from the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific. Don’t believe me? Take any one of those pictures and do a Google image search. The second thing they must understand is that before the 1960s there was no such traits as Black people with blond hair in the Solomon Islands.

So what happened in the Solomon Islands that created Black people with blond hair? The answer is Nuclear Radiation. How did Nuclear Radiation affect some Black people way out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean? The culprit of this unspeakable evil is France.

France is one of only 9 Nuclear Armed nations in the world. In their endeavor to join that evil club and perfect their weapons of war they carried out numerous Nuclear tests in the South Pacific between 1966 and 1996. The result was widespread contamination of the ocean, wildlife, vegetation, and the Polynesian people. In some areas the people’s skin turned pale white for months due to the excessive levels of radiation that they were subjected to.

If you have the faintest understanding about Nuclear Radiation you will know that radiation has a direct effect on DNA. Unlike drinking or taking drugs while pregnant may cause birth defects, such defects are non generational. On the other hand, Radiation causes permanent DNA defects that may never correct through natural reproduction.

No one knows how many people died as a direct effect of the French nuclear tests in French Polynesia since no one official records were kept. We can only see the results in the health of the people and how their genetic traits have dramatically changed compared to other people in the South Pacific.

For decades the world turned a blind eye to Frances nuclear activities that messed up the South Pacific. That’s because other nuclear nations were doing similar evils of their own so they couldn’t be hypocritical. The locals did their best to fight back until foreign environmentalists joined their cause.

So, while that saga is over and we forget, don’t know, or don’t care, history will preserve it as a learning example for those of us who are proud of our AfRAkan ancestry. We know that it’s because of Desire Dependency why most ignorant people, including some of those same Islanders have shunned their AfRAkan origins.

Ignorance is not a trend. We are Dohgon and in our understanding of Ankh/Life we never start from step 1 by admiring the unnatural beauty created by evil; we always start from ground 0 which is AfRAkan blackness.

Beauty Is A Mechanism

Beauty is a Mechanism

Beauty is a mechanism. It’s a tool that ANKH uses through Desire to encourage its creations to reproduce. Most people fail to understand this so they allow their psyche to be driven by their senses. We have classified this condition as being Desire Dependent. Afrakans must conquor this mechanism, our psychological stability depends on it. 

Desire Dependency is a condition that creates numerous psychological problems in people because the ideals of beauty are Eurocentric. Fortunately, beauty as a mechanism is not an existential problem for ANKH therefore humans are left to manage our psychological problems ourselves.

How is beauty a mechanism?

Beauty is a mechanism because our brain cells react to stimuli from the information that is captured by our senses. Some stimulation trigger the release of Dopamine in our brain to produce a sensation of pleasure. The memories of strong stimulation from such things as music, drugs, sex, and risk are stored in our Desire banks. We use them to satisfy ourselves in times of Want.

All races are susceptible to desire fulfillment based on beauty. Also, one particular physical characteristics that one race may consider attractive may not be considered attractive in another race. That means that beauty is subjective and whatever the characteristics that determine beauty in relation to race and culture are they all provide the same purpose to ANKH.

Beauty as a mechanism can be cross-racial and cross-cultural. As races naturally interact with each other race mixing will occur; sometimes out of curiosity but mostly because of desire manipulation. If left unchecked the physical characteristics that determine one race from another will eventually become indistinguishable. Some people may say that is a good thing for race relations but is it?

In a perfect world race mixing based on desire and beauty wouldn’t be a problem but this is an imperfect world we live in. People are actively engaging in racial prejudice and racial genocide every minute of the day in every country on the face of the Earth. If AfRAkan people are not conscious about preserving our racial identity we will definitely go extinct as a race.

The unconscious among us engage in cultural and racial genocide. They allow their weak minds to be manipulated by popular culture so they seek to breed with the dominant race because they think it will produce “better” offspring able to compete in the dominant race’s unethical culture. They attempt to diminish their Blackness by Bleaching their skin and burning the kink out of their hair with chemicals.

Fortunately there are Conscious AfRAkans who, though they might not recognize the intricate workings of ANKH, value their racial identity. They use mind over matter to rebuke the desire manipulations of popular culture. They value their dark skin, their kinky hair, and their unique physical features.

Recognize that ANKH is a conscious entity that uses beauty as a mechanism. Unconscious Humans have become susceptible to that mechanism and because they control popular culture and the tools to manipulate it, such as money and information, they also have power over your emotions.  

Become a conscious Afrakan by learning to fight the mechanisms of ANKH/Life. Black women and man; we must make a conscious effort to love ourselves. It’s the only way to return our minds to valuing the beauty of our people and it is one of the ways of ultimately preserving the longevity of the Black/Afrakan race.