A Massacre in the Church (dated article)

22 Jun


The Caucasian man with the long hair in this meme is NOT Jesus of Nazareth.

But the majority of mankind (especially Christians) have been deceived by that image.

An image of a long haired Caucasian male, nailed to a cross, or surrounded by his Caucasian disciples.

That image has been so ingrained on their minds that they see it everywhere.

They have imagined that they have seen this image of Caucasian Jesus on toasted bread, pizzas, dirt on glass windows, cloud formations, water stain on paper etc. etc.

false Jesus seen on toast Toasted bread with face image 
jesus on grilledcheeseGrill cheese on bread

Many Caucasian males with long hair and a beard, is said to look like Jesus.

Caucasian with long hair and beard

It has been over a year now since the massacre in South Carolina; and there is never any reports in the media about the murderer or the victims in this tragedy.

For whatever reason; those who control the media want us to forget about it.

A few weeks after it had happened the media switched the focus of the story.

It was no longer about a massacre of African American Christians in their church; but about a flag.

It became an issue of the Confederate flag.

All the media was concerned about was the removal of the Confederate flag.

Terrorist dylan with flag and gun

They didn’t want the American public; especially African Americans, to think too deeply about the circumstances of this brutal terrorist act.

African Americans had been taught during and after slavery to worship the image of a Caucasian man called Jesus as their god.

This in turn made many African American Christians look up to and idolise all Caucasian men.

No matter how historically brutal and cruel Caucasian American Christians have been towards African American Christians.

The teachings of Christianity had made our people very forgiving towards Caucasian Americans.

negro judge hugging murderer

We looked past their bad behaviour, and prayed that in time they would love us as much as we loved them.

We prayed that they would start behaving like the Caucasian Jesus; whom we had been taught to love.


That is why the people in that church were not suspicious of this young Caucasian man, when he came to their prayer service.

Being a Caucasian male, he looked so much like the image of Jesus that they and their ancestors had been taught to worship.

They were not suspicious of him nor did they feel any sense of danger.

They were happy to see him there among them. They felt honoured that he was there.

They felt by his presence that somehow, Jesus himself was among them.

Only when he started shooting did they realize the danger they were in.

But it was too late.

The All-Mighty Creator Alone, is our Protector. Nothing happens to us in this life without HIS approval.

And for whatever reason HE allowed this brutal massacre to take place.

There is a powerful Message that we are supposed to learn from this tragedy.

Maybe, the Message is for our people: to IMMEDIATELY stop worshiping The Creator of the Heavens and Earth in the image of a man.

We have been deceived into worshiping The All-Mighty Creator in the physical image of a man. 

And that false image of The Creator that we were given was of a Caucasian man.

We were shown pictures during slavery and told that they were of Jesus the so-called ‘son of god.’

So if this ‘son of god’ was a Caucasian man then his father, who is god, must also be a Caucasian.


If both god and son of god were Caucasians; then that meant that Caucasians were related to this god.

We were being taught to be subservient to all Caucasian because they were the people of ‘god.’

Those among the slaves, who accepted this became more docile and easily controlled by their slave masters.

Many of our people now believe in 2016, that we have overcome this subservient behaviour towards Caucasians; but that is not true.

Many times I have personally observed women of African descent ignore greetings (good morning, hello etc) from men of African descent whom they don’t know.

They assume that these men are trying to flirt with them.

But if a Caucasian male stranger, no matter how untidy and shabbily he may be dressed, greets them; they always respond with big smiles.

We have been subliminally programmed to love all Caucasians.

And no matter how badly some Caucasians have treated us, we will be quick to tell them that we forgive them.

When we see people of African descent running up to Caucasian politicians with the signs saying ‘black lives matter,’ it is proof that we are still craving their love and affection.


We want them to publicly acknowledge, that we are important and worthy of their kindness and consideration.

And we want these famous Caucasian personalities to please do something to stop other Caucasians from hurting us.

It is time for us to stop seeing The All-Mighty Creator in a physical image.

HE is not part of the creation, HE is The Creator.

There is something that HE requires that the people of African descent whose ancestors were enslaved to do.

Our centuries of experience as slaves and ex-slaves have conditioned us to do great things for Mankind.

But we cannot do these things while still mentally enslaved to false concepts of our Creator, that was taught to our ancestors during slavery. 

Imam Mohammed on our terrible ordeals in the USA

We cannot help Humanity; while still worshiping a false image of The All-Mighty, Creator of the Heavens and Earth.






Old Confessions cover

This is the story of one man’s journey to self-discovery.

Like so many others, Mujahid Abdullah learned behaviors and acquired beliefs of denigration about his culture, ethnicity, and physical appearance.

These beliefs came from his local surroundings as well as the wider society and would have a major effect on his entire life.

Within the pages of this book, not only do we see these effects, but we see how he was able to move beyond the messages that were so deeply ingrained from childhood.

This is an eye-opening story of cultural practices and family beliefs that others may keep hidden.



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