Black People : Europe And Amerikkka's Judgement Reigning Down

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  1. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    It will only get worse.........

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  2. Ankhur

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    As if Europeans arent already aware of this, and more then likely the reason for
    seeking "Lebensruam" in Palestine, Libya, Sudan, Cote DIvoire, just for starters in Africa
    and here in the US does any one actualy think the corporate media will give the numbers of black folks dead; homed and homeless,
    in all of those disasters, tornadoes and floods?

    so really who will be bearing the brunt of all of this?? :SuN016::qqb009:
     
  3. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    We as the children of the sun.....afrikan descended are not targets in this judgement, unless you're supporters in mind and spirit of these beasts.....you seem confused about what REAL power is......what we're dealing with now is universal power that your slavemaster never had.....LOL

    You and a lot of black folks still give white people to much power.....you obviously don't understand the REAL power of the creator, or you've been so reshaped by white supremacy, that you believe white people can't be destroyed piece meal and their system.....believe me it can happen overnight.....:em3700:



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  4. Ankhur

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    Yeah tell that to the folks of the 9th ward who are still suffeing, to this day nd homeless and the folks in Haiti still suffering

    but who in years will not receive one half of the relief those people in the photo have received in one day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    do the math

    And lts not even discuss the recent droughts and flood in the motherland
     
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    I think it's just a natural phenomenon.
     
  6. Amnat77

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    This sounds suspiciously like the Christian 'rapture' theory or the Islam return of Majhid(sp) ..LOL.
     
  7. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yes this sounds exactly like some old spookism, and when one looks away from
    spookish press with con men stealing real news space with predictons of the worlds end on May 21 or October whatever


    hopefully Black folks will, look at some press
    other then the tell-lie-vision and realize how many of us are harmed also!

    South Africa flood death toll rises as government declares 33 disaster zonesWarnings of humanitarian crises after flooding claims more than 100 lives and threatens rest of southern Africa
    David Smith in Johannesburg
    guardian.co.uk, Monday 24 January 2011 14.08 GMT


    The Vaal dam overflows near Johannesburg earlier this month. Seven of South Africa's nine provinces have been affected by flooding. Photograph: Jon Hrusa/EPA
    Flooding in South Africa has killed more than 100 people, forced at least 8,400 from their homes and prompted the government to declare 33 disaster areas.

    With unusually heavy rainfall forecast until March, the UN has warned that almost every country in southern Africa is on alert for potentially disastrous flooding.

    The government said that 88 deaths in the rising toll were in the eastern KwaZulu-Natal province. The costs of damage to the infrastructure in the seven of the country's nine provinces affected is estimated at 160bn rand (£14bn).

    The Johannesburg area and northern and eastern provinces have experienced some of their greatest rainfall in 20 years. Flimsy houses in townships, where drainage systems are sometimes poor, are particularly vulnerable to the deluge.

    Bathabile Dlamini, the social development minister, warned that 20,000 people, or about 5,000 families, have been affected in provinces that are running out of money for flood relief. Another 20m rand was needed for humanitarian assistance, she said, adding: "More and more provinces are sending in their requests."

    Dlamini admitted the government is in a race against time to avert a humanitarian crisis and said the health department was on alert for a possible cholera outbreak. Farms have also been saturated in Africa's biggest food producer, but farmers will not receive government compensation. The logistics firm Transnet said this month that heavy rains had disrupted its freight rail operations, affecting South Africa's coal and maize exports.

    The UN warned last week that flooding poses a threat in most southern African countries. Some of the biggest rivers in the region, the Zambezi and the Okavango, have risen to double their normal levels.

    Elisabeth Byrs, a spokeswoman for the UN's Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs, said: "We fear flash floods. It's rather common in the region and this time we are seeing heavier

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jan/24/south-africa-flood-death-toll/print



    8 February 2011

    Kenya drought means no school rationsBy Muliro Telewa

    BBC News, Lowdar, Kenya
    More than 70% of children at Lokichare Primary School are absent this year

    Hi-tech insurance for Kenya herds Drought: Kenya's own banking crisis Schools in the arid north-western region of Kenya near Lake Turkana usually offer pupils from nomadic communities food to encourage them to come to class.

    The dwindling number of children at Lokichare Primary School near Lowdar town shows that the food rations, like the landscape, have dried up.

    Those pupils in attendance who trooped out to welcome the visiting BBC team chose to sing a song in the local Turkana language about the importance of washing hands before eating.

    The irony is that the ongoing drought means the school does not even have water for them to drink, let alone wash their hands.

    The Kenya Red Cross estimates more than two million people and 20 million head of livestock are currently in need of emergency food.

    Various humanitarian organisations and Kenya's government have launched appeals for food assistance for the region.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12371130


    2011 Thai floods
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    2011 Thai floods Duration: March 23, 2011 ongoing[1][2]
    Fatalities: 53 [3]
    Damages: At least $500 million (USD)[4]
    Areas affected: Thailand
    The 2011 Thai floods occurred at the end of March 2011,
    At least 53 people have died and almost two million people have been affected by the floods after localized heavy rains[3] The flooding has affected 50 of Thailand's 76 provinces.[6] Close to 160,000 ha (400,000 acres) of land have been submerged.[2] Around 5,000 households have been evacuated,[7] in addition to hundreds of tourists. Nakhon Si Thammarat Province has been worst-affected, and a state of emergency was declared in several provinces.[8]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_Thai_floods
     
  8. Bxblasta

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    I totally agree, this is cosmic energy doing its work. It's not HAARP or some other boogie man story to put fear in people and to take credit away from mother earth defending herself. No race will be spared in this cleansing, white, black, Hispanic, Indian. If your frequency is in tune with the dark matter universe there Will be nothing to fear.
     
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    Woman i'm not a christian or a muslim....you've been highly confused and wrong your entire time paTROLLing here....

    :SuN049: I knew it wouldn't be too long before you two came in here to "devil" advocate, along with others sneaking in here thanking everything against what i say......:SuN049:

    Its getting too obvious about some of yall......LOL

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