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Thursday, February 28, 2019

WHY BLACKS SHOULD GET REPARATIONS: Black Men and Black Boys Wearing Dresses Came from Slavery and Still is Slavery



In 1949 a former Chattel Slave, who became a Jim Crow Slave named Fountain Hughes did an interview with Hermond Norwood for the Library of Congress.  He talked about how They forced Black Men and Boys to wear dresses as an attempt to break them out their masculinity.  As you can see Today with Blacks rebelling against their Slave Masters who now have us in a Scientific Neo-Techno Slavery using the police, the schools, the prisons, and various other forms of economic social and physical abuse.  The powers that be are trying to get Black Men and Boys back in dresses again as a way to try to crush dissent from a psychological perspective.










MORE PROOF OF WHY BLACKS ARE STILL SLAVES!


"Norwood: You talk about how old you are Uncle Fountain. Do you, how far back do you remember?



Hughes: I remember. Well I'll tell you, uh. Things come to me in spells, you know. I remember things, uh, more when I'm laying down than I do when I'm standing or when I'm walking around. Now in my boy days, why, uh, boys lived quite different from the way they live now. But boys wasn' as mean as they are now either. Boys lived to, they had a good time. The masters di, didn' treat them bad. An' they was always satisfied. They never wore no shoes until they was twelve or thirteen years old. An' now people put on shoes on babies you know, when they're two year, when they month old. I be, I don' know how ol' they are. Put shoes on babies. Jus' as soon as you see them out in the street they got shoes on. I tol' a woman the other day, I said, "I never had no shoes till I was thirteen years old." She say, "Well but you bruise your feet all up, an' stump your toes." I say, "Yes, many time I've stump my toes, an' blood run out them. That didn' make them buy me no shoes." An' I been, oh, oh you wore a dress like a woman till I was, I [be-believe] ten, twelve, thirteen years old.



Norwood: So you wore a dress.



Hughes: Yes. I didn' wear -no pants, an' of course didn' make. boys' pants. Boys wore dresses. Now only womens wearing the dresses an' the boys is going with the, with the womens wearing the pants now an' the boys wearing the dresses. Still, [laughs]"



Deuteronomy 28:68 King James Version (KJV)

68 And the Lord shall bring thee into Egypt again with ships, by the way whereof I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again: and there ye shall be sold unto your enemies for bondmen and bondwomen, and no man shall buy you.



Deuteronomy 22:5

“The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the LORD thy God.”











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