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UK Ebola patient gets test drug

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Gut bugs 'help prevent allergies'

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Were there slaves who submited themselves over to the will of the Slave Owner?

Check out the dictionary which was created in it's early stages by European men and European women had no part in creating his book of words he created and make definitions for. Remember women were not consisdered to be equal to their mate. Some famous European male writers were really women writing under male names, Was William Shakespear a man or a woman?

But please check out the dictionary definition of slavery. In order for slavery to work some slaves had to submit to the master and willingly be slaves. Had the majority of slave fought and killed the slave owners slavery would have ended earlier than it did.

Today make sure you are not willingly submitting yourself to the will of the European system to get crumbs from his table and an occassional pat on the head or rear.

It time to be equal, to step up to the plate stop making excuses, and blaming others for our lack of success. We take personal responsibility for our own individual success.

Then we can live out the Ameircan dream of persuing happiness.

But ask a slave what would make him or her happy you would think they would say freedom. Ask an African American today what would make them happy and they say, I don't know may a good job picking cotton, with benefits. Never will one say economic freedom. Donald Trump and Bill Gates freedom, yet will give millions of dollars to finance the expensive cars of our preachers, and catch the bus to work, to church and to funerals.

Are you persuing HAPPINESS or just waking for death to arrive at your door step. Come on into the happiness pool the water is fine.

Don't worry be HAPPY! (Don't be a willing slave always fight for your freedom)

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This is so very true Bill, most of the Aficans born in America don't even know that they are yet slaves. Most of us and most white folk too.
While it is true that there are many who continue to have a “slave mentality/cotton field mentality, we must acknowledge that the first Africans to arrive on “American soil, did not speak the language, nor did they have a lay of the land. This was a great disadvantage. Also those that tried to resist or run were used as an example for others who had thoughts of escape. It must be noted that many potential slaves drowned themselves rather than become slaves. Many fought back as well, people like Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman Shaka kaSenzangakhona also known as Shaka Zulu and many more. Slaves who revolted were left out of the History books to keep many modern day African Americans in there place; a place of fear instead of faith.

Great strategic and tactical planning went into the whole slave industry. Why do you think so many Countries have an African Population? Black people are everywhere. We are in Brazil, America, Cuba, Puerto Rico. In Mexico, Africans or black people are the third largest population. We are in England, Russia, and France; all over the world. I am sure it was recognized early on that we are a very strong and wise people and could be useful in many, many ways.

Slavery was more than about race it was also about free or cheap labor, (white slaves were paid) exploitation, pedophilia, human and sex trafficking just to mention a few. There was much to learn from us. Survival is one of the most important tools slave owners could have and should have learned from us as a people.

I admire the people who survived slavery. These people survived and endure. Yes the oppression has left a lasting impression on many. What we must understand is that if slavery lasted over 400 hundred years, we must be aware that it will take equally if not longer to get beyond the affects. We must keep teaching our children and the children of the community the right way to go. We must faithful and not fearful. Be proud yet humble. Seek knowledge, wisdom and understanding in all things.

Being alive gives one hope, while death on the other hand is permanent.

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