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Comment by Universal Divine Being IsIs on May 4, 2012 at 9:17pm

God's hand. Which god?

Thanks Hassan for video taping this.

They watched their Jesus drive by.

People came out to see 2 black limousines passing by and no proof the President was in either cars.  Looking for glimpse of the President, and that never happened, and they were satisfied. What type of mentality is that?

Many still.

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Check this out man. I saw the President. LOL
Yeah man, I saw him too. LOL
The women and children came out to see him too. LOL
Common Sense:  Was he in the Helicopter or the Limosine?
Why would people gather to watch two Black Limosine pass by in seconds?
Can anyone standing out there actually say they saw the President? They lie and deceive themselves if they say yes. Seeing two Black Limosines pass by is not seeing the President. I wonder what the innocent children have to say about all of this?
REPARATIONS NOW
Comment by Universal Divine Being IsIs on May 5, 2012 at 5:02pm

A good example of what our people do in these hundreds  more of voluntary enslavement, 2nd genocide our people are in globally.

A NATION WILL RISE NO HIGHER THAN ITS WOMAN.

THE DESTINY OF THE BLACK AFRIKAN WOMAN, IS THE DESTINY OF THE WORLD, FOR SHE WHEN IN HER ORIGINAL RIGHT MIND-SET, SHE IS THE DIVINE SAVIOR FOR OUR PEOPLE AND THE WHOLE WORLD.

LIKE IT OR NOT, THE BELOW IS TRUE.

99% of black women are the enemy?


SEE VIDEO

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVNmQ2SZQfU&feature=player_embedded

No true Black Afrikan woman would be in the pursuit of those who are part of the killing, stealing, destroying, and terrorizing our people. When is in pursuit of such, it reveals her mental illness.

The black Afrikan woman should be only in pursuit of our enslaved ancestors REPARATIONS NOW. Put out a call for REPARATIONS NOW, and see how many will appear?

REPARATIONS NOW

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