Human Evolution ala Darwin Afrocentric History Barack Obama’s Sounding Board Mentor Pastor Jeremiah Wright Wrong on Bible Genesis History so Black Supremacists Follow Darwin Indoctrination

If black supremacists didn’t believe in Charles Darwin’s evolution, then they wouldn’t think black supremacy for people from Africa, but because Darwinism teaches that the first full humans came out of Africa, afrocentric blacks, some of them outspoken black supremacists, such as Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam, say that the brilliant architectures of Africa, such as the Great Pyramid of Giza and the sophisticated megalithic structures of Nubia (Kush), at Kerama, prove that Africans were the first and best ancient technocrats, and so whites and browns just evolved from black people, the original and superior race, ostensibly.  This all derives from their belief in Darwinism, that monkeys evolved into humans in Africa, then migrated throughout the Middle East and Europe, as they became brown and white.

Presidential candidate Barack Obama’s christian minister, Jeremiah Wright, who recently gave Farrakhan the Trumpet Award, obviously does not preach from the book of Genesis, for if he did, he would know that blacks are mostly from Ham, the Khem of the afrocentrists.  And Kush was a son of Ham, the Kush of ancient black Nubia, while the offspring of Shem and Japheth settled the Middle East and Europe, offspring of Noah (Manu) and his wife, the survivors of the Deluge.

If Wright and Obama believed their Bibles, they wouldn’t get off into their spuriously inaccurate rendition of history, based upon Darwinism, which leads them to say that blacks came from monkeys, and then browns and whites came from blacks.  But the “races” actually came by geographically disparate mating clans, in various enviromental elements, so that blacks had greater survival ability in the middle latitudes, and whites in the more extreme latitudes of the earth’s geography.  Read more about this in chapters 13 & 14 of the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!  See too

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