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I’ve never been the conspiracy theorist, but the video ” The Science Agenda to Exterminate Blacks,” is something that every person of color should definitely watch. The video is laced with facts and receipts of governmental experiments and covert operations that are intended to affect and diminish the black population. Although shocking, this video proves what some of us already knew. It is a harsh truth and reality but that is why we must educate and inform ourselves to not only protect ourselves but our children’s children, children. Wonder why some people do not get vaccinations or vaccinate their children? Why certain foods should not even be considered in our diet? How these vaccinations contain human properties from aborted babies? Watch below:
This video lecture documents the pattern of heavy metals poisoning, medical experimentation, organ harvesting, covert fertility task forces and other tactics that seek to eliminate blacks from our planet. These genocidal tactics are carried out in the name of science and medicine via the following vectors: Food supply (laced with infertility chemicals, confirmed by the New York Times quoting a U.S. President’s science advisor) Water supply (heavy metals poisoning, as we recently witnessed in Flint, Michigan) Medical experimentation (Tuskegee, Guatemalan prisoner experiments funded by the U.S. government, etc.) Immunization campaign (covert sterilization of young women in Africa) Cancer (disproportionately affects people of darker skin color due to vitamin D deficiency) Abortion activities that target blacks in order to harvest baby organ tissue for use in vaccines — medical cannibalism.
Evelyn Braxton, the mother of Tamar Braxton and the rest of the Braxton clan opened up on the Atlanta show “Sister’s Circle.” Ms. Braxton recalled a time when she heard a bunch of loud noise coming from the kitchen while she was living in LA with the couple. She stated that she ran in the kitchen to find Vince being physically abusive towards Tamar. She stated that when she intervened Vince got aggressive with her as well. Ms. Braxton said she ran back to her room, where baby Logan was at the time and put a chair against the door for her and Logan’s safety.
Vince has yet to deny Ms. Braxton claims and earlier this month she reported to TMZ similar accusations. Ms. Braxton stated that it is time to bring more awareness to domestic violence as women and men are being abused and even killed. Domestic violence is very real and almost taboo to talk about because no one wants to get involved in personal relationships. However, we must take a stand somewhere and support those women and men who are affected daily. Most victims are blindsided by what they think is love and can’t see themselves without the person who is abusing them. Most times children are involved, it can be financial reasons or a number of reasons why a person stays. If you are a victim or feel that someone you know may be a victim call the National Domestic Violence Hotline for your local office and seek resources, assistance and most importantly help.
1-800-799- SAFE (7233)
See the video Evelyn Braxton below:
2 Chainz and Travis Scott get litty at “4 AM,” for their new video of the same title. The song is taken from his “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music,” album.
Check out the turn up below:
Nicki Minaj has been known for her colorful antics and sexy image and there’s no slowing her down with the release of the Winter edition of “PAPER” magazine. Inside the issue, she talks about her upcoming album and even stated that if she ever did a joint album with another artist, it would only be with Beyoncé.
Some women have spoken out against the cover stating that it is over sexualized and inappropriate; especially for young girls who look up to Nicki.
For the full interview visit papermag.com
Check out some photos below:
Colin Kaepernick is GQ‘s Citizen of the Year. While Kap maintains his silent protest, he collaborated with GQ on a special project: a wide-ranging series of interviews with ten of his closest confidants and supporters—including rapper J. Cole, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, legendary artist Harry Belafonte, and more. Together, they explore Colin Kaepernick’s actions, provide insight into his world right now, and explain why there’s more work to be done.
Check out some dope photos of Kap below: