February 14, 2021
Three years ago while using Facebook chat; I was talking with a retired high school teacher, in fact, he used to be a teacher at my high school. For most of the last 35 years, I had a type of respect for the guy; during that “talk” my opinion of him went from a 6 out of 10 to something in high negative numbers. We were discussing how I had lost friends in both the Lockerbie Scotland crash, Pan Am Flight 103 and the air India crash. Air India Flight 182 was an Air India flight operating on the Montreal–London–Delhi route. On 23 June 1985, it was operated using Boeing 747-237B registered VT-EFO. It disintegrated in midair en route from Montreal to London, at an altitude of 31,000 feet (9,400 m) over the Atlantic Ocean, as a result of the explosion from a bomb planted by Canadian Sikh extremists known commonly as Khalistanis, who were involved in the Khalistan movement. The remnants of the airliner fell into the ocean approximately 120 miles (190 km) west-southwest of the southwest tip of Ireland, killing all aboard: 329 people, including 268 Canadian citizens, 27 British citizens and 24 Indian citizens. The bombing of Air India Flight 182 is the largest mass killing in Canadian history, the deadliest aviation incident in the history of Air India and was the deadliest act of aviation terrorism until the September 11 attacks in 2001. The Babbar Khalsa terror group was implicated in the bombings.
I had been trying to convey to him the incredible pain and anger that accompanied the loss of these friends, and how difficult it was to try to compartmentalize the hatred that formed in my heart for anyone or type of radicalized thinking. That statement earned me in his opinion, me being racist. This is about as accurate as me saying that the world is flat, and Donald Trump is not a sexist racist ass, which he blatantly is.
Racism, it is a prickly subject, and it is something that I have been unfairly accused of. My first experience with it was in grade five, I was friends with the only black kid in our school, we were friends and would eat lunch at one another’s house, hang out on weekends; and after school. At the time there was a television show on air called “In the Heat of the Night”, it was very racially charged, with common use of a certain “N” word. Anyway, one day I am at home and watching this show and the “N” word gets thrown around liberally, and I just did not understand the word or why it was being directed at the show’s black character. So with a nine year olds innocence and, lack of tact, I directly asked my friend, what is a nixxxr? The shit storm that ensued was incredible and the silly bugger has not talked to me since. I did not call him that word, I asked what was a ngr thinking that he would answer the question as a friend answers any question. But no, instead the overly sensitive dude chose to be offended by a question, either incapable of hearing the question or having been taught to be too sensitive to the word. It was a shame that it went that way because I really had liked the guy and what I knew of his family. It had made absolutely no difference to me what the color of his skin was. My next experience of racism was in reverse, the “snake” that I married was Jamaican, it was her family that were the racist ones, especially her aunt and little cousins. I was pure white trash to them and might as well have been the one holding the whip. My eventual divorce from her had nothing whatever to do with skin color; it was based solely on the fact that she facilitated the rape of a minor by an adult male who happened to be black and that fact makes me sick, and I wish to god that I could find a way to have her prosecuted for it.
So where did racism really start? The bible actually gives us a clue; in Genesis, it tells us the story of Adam’s creation, and how he was created again to give us Eve, but let us ignore her for this discussion. There is a school of thought that says that the black man was created first, that he was given strength and intelligence to wear the yoke of Enlil. And that the white man was created after the great flood when kingship was lowered from heaven. Both the white and black man were created to be slaves, though the slave experience has followed the black population somewhat later.
The black man was unknown outside of Africa, the Abzu, Enki’s domain. Enki is of course our creator. Before the white man showed up in Africa and typically fucked everything up, Africa was divided in to separate kingdoms, trade between those kingdoms flourished, and the population had some immunity to malaria, not total but some. If someone got malaria, it was like a common cold is to us today; it did not have the same devastating effects as today, which was brought about by introducing modern western medicine. And most importantly, these ancient Africans worshipped the serpent, the symbol of the Annunaki.
When the Atlantic slave trade began in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, “Christian” missionaries were of course shocked to find a populace worshipping the serpent, oh my god, they worship the devil! This was not Africa’s first contact with the west though, 14,000 years previously there had been much more meaningful contact. The Olmec had landed in Mesoamerica and were working with the Toltec. The Olmec, those incredible artificers of mining gold and silver, able to turn those PGMs (Platinum Group Metals) in to awe-inspiring works of art. They had learned their trade in southeastern Africa where they worked the gold and silver mines. The Olmec were taught their incredible skills by the Annunaki; we think that Quetzalcoatl was Enlil’s boy Ninurta and Viracocha was Enki’s lad Thoth, the one who brought us Hermetics.
Unfortunately we do not really know what happened to the Olmec, historical evidence tells a circumstantial story; clearly there was violent confrontation between the Olmec and Toltec. Many of the Olmec heads have been defaced and/or buried.
It is unclear whether the Olmec demise was racially motivated or if it took place because of the continuing conflict between Enki and Enlil. We know that the first and second pyramid wars were global conflicts. The Olmec were from Africa and likely completely loyal to Enki, and they were on foreign ground, a land where Ninurta ruled, it is noted that Quetzalcoatl chased Viracocha from the Yucatan. It would not have been difficult for Ninurta to marshal some local forces and wipe out the token presence of forces loyal to Enki.
I tend to believe that part of the answer lays in the many documents that Landa destroyed in the Spanish quest for dominance in Mesoamerica, and what I do not understand is why there are no written records out of Africa. Is it a case of “Christian” interference as they did in the Americas, or is it that black Africa just was not sophisticated enough to leave written records? We know that the African tribal system was ripped apart by the occupying colonial powers, much the same way the Scottish clan system was by the English.
Slavery has been with us for an awfully long time, at least 240,000 years. It began in ancient Shinar – the land of the bible. During the late 19th century we found another way to do it, eugenics. Charles Davenport (1866-1944), a scientist from the United States, stands out as one of history’s leading eugenicists. He took eugenics from a scientific idea to a worldwide movement implemented in many countries Davenport obtained funding from the Carnegie Institution, to establish the Station for Experimental Evolution at Cold Spring Harbor in 1904[ and the Eugenics Records Office in 1910, which provided the scientific basis for later Eugenic policies such as enforced sterilization. He became the first President of the International Federation of Eugenics Organizations (IFEO) in 1925, an organization he was instrumental in building While Davenport was located at Cold Spring Harbor and received money from the Carnegie Institute of Washington, the organization known as the Eugenics Record Office (ERO) started to become an embarrassment after the well-known debates between Davenport and Franz Boas. Instead, Davenport occupied the same office and the same address at Cold Spring Harbor, but his organization now became known as the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories, which currently retains the archives of the Eugenics Record Office. However, Davenport’s racist[views were not supported by all geneticists at Cold Spring Harbor, including H. J. Muller, Bentley Glass, and Esther Lederberg.
In 1932, Davenport welcomed Ernst Rüdin, a prominent Swiss eugenicist and race scientist, as his successor in the position of President of the IFEO Rüdin, director of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Institute for Psychiatry, located in Munich), a Kaiser Wilhelm Institute, was a co-founder (with his brother-in-law Alfred Ploetz) of the German Society for Racial Hygiene. Other prominent figures in eugenics who were associated with Davenport included Harry Laughlin (United States), Havelock Ellis (United Kingdom), Irving Fischer (United States), Eugen Fischer (Germany), Madison Grant (United States), Lucien Howe (United States), and Margaret Sanger (United States, founder of a New York health clinic that later became Planned) after she was removed from the board of directors. Later Sanger commissioned the first birth control pill.
Though not described here, eugenics is a system that makes it almost impossible for its victim to succeed, it is a system designed for humane genocide. Canada’s first Prime Minister ordered our government to create the Indian Act based solely in the worst aspects of Eugenics, the South African policy of apartheid was copied almost word for word from Canada’s Indian Act. So what do we do about it?
In Canada, and really the United States as well, we have lived and raised our children with this horrible philosophy for the last 154 years. It has created a world of excessive racial bias that seems almost too big to fix. And it will not especially if situations like my grade five friend maintain the status quo. Yes what our law enforcement agencies do is inexcusable, and of course it seems the right and only thing to do is to hold them accountable, but the system is rigged against the victim, and the only way to change that is the same way the problem was created; through education. What we must do then is carefully create a type of sensitivity training that will be taught in every jurisdiction and every grade from JK (Junior Kindergarden) to grade 12. And it must run for multiple generations just as the principles of eugenics have run for multiple generations. We did not get sick overnight, and we sure as shit will not recover overnight .