The #Love Litmus Test: #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace

Written by Aremuorin

#Religion is a double edged sword. The other side is #politics. Did you know Africans were taken as slaves out of Africa, by westerners, on the Good Ship Jesus?

Whoever #manipulates you for #selfish agendas does not love you. I #believe in love. I believe God is love, too.

#People who love you won’t #enslave you, or your mind, to a self serving dogma. Love is #freewill ..’ – #In14Ways

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Surely, white Jesus ought to know better to love his neighbour as himself, if, he is, truely, the Son of God. Never mind the sun, rising in the east; setting, to the west ..’

This gives minorities a glimmer of hope.

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#Priest: Leave the #baby alone – #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace

What demon does this baby have that you are trying to cast out save yours and your ego – dear white jesus?

I went thru this sh*t my whole life till God delivered me from this demonic institution ..’

Of course not all of them are evil but majority of them are too dumb and dim witted to realise their bosses covet evil.

Jesus don’t know them from Adam. Jesus did not die for his name to be mocked either in broad daylight.

They follow fake organised religions maintaining status quo’s. Like I say – ‘ I dont need the Pope to find God ..’ – #In14Ways

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#Light #Love #Power

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#Lgbtq+ Vs the #Church – #In14Ways #MercyfulGrace

Dear self righteous,
santicmonious pious Xtains.

Let me tell you what’s not natural since we are on the issue of the #Lgbtq.

Lieing that #Jesus is white. Using the notion and influence to enslave, mentally, socially, economically by pillaging, plundering, dividing and conquering continents and nation’s.

Claiming you have no sin. Condeming and judging unbelievers and other religious communities when you are convicted by the same bible you selectively quote from not to do the same – hypocritically.

Having women in ministry and speaking over men. Surely; by your indoctrination according to the bible; she should be in the kitchen, or at home making babies ..’

Process these cuz it feels very unnatural to me; to be a two faced, self righteous lieing hypocrite if we are to go by the book.

And that Mary Mother of God pray for us mess from Catholicism. Pls. Mary is dead. How can she speak life into you when she has no life in her left.

She is just a statue and a memory. An image. Idolatry personified. Isn’t idolatry a sin by spiritual law. When God is 3 in one. You have the Holy Trinity, not MARY !!!

Your book. The bible ..’ – #In14Ways

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#Light #Love #Power
#Christianity

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Christian Black Codes

The Christian Black Codes of 1724 – Extensive Breakdown

This has been floating around on the internet for a while. When I read this. I was stressed out for real – no doubt ..’ It promted me to examine various parallels and opinions ..’

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Every time I read this, my skin crawls and blood boils with why. It was only in the 70’s, blacks were not allowed to laugh in public, or made to kiss a white man’s foot if they felt offended by a black person; and blacks had to laugh in barrels in public street corners if they had to laugh. SMH.

Such injustices of indignation we were served, only to start it all over again, in the same southern states, where it had all begun 400 years ago.

Now we know why there’s so much racial hatred tension in the south amongst blacks and the police. Does not help further when black populated areas are policed by a dominant, white law enforcement; that’s racist to people of colour.

If I was an unbeliever and I met Christians, I probably would never go near Jesus, or a Church. For they make a terrible pitiful example of religion and give God a bad name ..’ Nothings changed years on.

It’s shocking that many xtains are not xtains after all. If they were, they would recognise him, ‘in us’. Just read this ..’

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The Christian Black Codes of 1724, were initiated during reconstruction after the Civil war to control blacks after they were emancipated. Passed by Southern States, instead of giving blacks the same rights as white people, the codes limited the blacks freedom severely.

They included that blacks had to be in service of a white person, that they could not have congregations together, that they could not speak out, and that they could not have weapons. They also included that blacks could not go out without a white ‘supervisor’, thus blacks had to take on the religions and holidays and gods of their white superiors.

These same black codes were said to have been made null and void with the ratification of the 13th Amendment in 1865, although many southern states adopted “Black Codes” to keep former slaves from voting and imposed other restrictions.

The 14th and 15th Amendments were to supposedly had eliminated these codes, but as you read them down below, and study the law of the land in conjunction with Religion and Politics, you’ll discover these codes have been modernized in a disguise, and many are still in affect.

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The “Christian” BLACK Codes of 1724

Article 1
Decrees the expulsion of the Jews from the colony.

Article 2
Make it imperative on masters to impart religious instruction to their slaves.

Article 3
Permits the exercise of the Roman Catholics creed only, Every other mode of worship is prohibited.

Article 4
Negroes placed under the direction or supervision of any other person than a Catholic, are liable to confiscation.

Article 5
SUNDAYS and HOLY-DAYS (HOLIDAYS) are to be strictly observed. All Negroes found at work on these days “are to be confiscated”.

Article 6
We forbid our “White” Subjects (of both sexes) to marry with “The BLACKS” under penalty of being fined and subjected to some other arbitrary punishment. We forbid all curates, priests, or missionaries of our secular or regular clergy, and even our chaplains in our Navy, to section (sanction) such marriages. We also forbid all of our “White” Subjects (and even the manumitted or free-born “Blacks”) to live in a state of concubinage with slaves. Should there be any issue from this kind of intercourse, it is our will that the person so offending, and the master of the Slave should pay each a fine of three hundred lives. Should said issue be the result of concubinage of the master his slave, said master shall not only pay the fine, but be deprived of the slave and of the children, who shall be adjudged to the hospital of the locality, and said slave shall be forever incapable of being set free. But shall this illicit intercourse have existed between a free Black and his slave, when said slave according to the forms described by the church, said slave shall become free and legitimate; and in such case there shall be no application of the penalties mentioned in the present article.

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Article 7
The ceremonies and forms prescribed by the ordinance of blois and by the edict of 1691, for marriage, shall be observed both with regard to free persons and slaves. But the consent of the father and mother of the slave is not necessary; that of the master shall be the only one required.

Article 8
We forbid all curates to process to effect marriages between slaves without the proof of the consent of their master; and we also forbid all masters to force their slaves into marriages against their wills.

Article 9
Children, issued from the marriage of slaves shall follow the condition of their parents, and shall belong to the master of the wife and not of the husband, if the husband and the wife have different masters.

Article 10
If the husband be a slave, and the wife a free woman, it is our will that their children, of whatever sex they be, shall share the condition of their mother, and be as free as she, notwithstanding the servitude of their father; and if the father be free and the mother a slave, then the children shall be slaves.

Article 11
Masters shall have their “CHRISTIAN Slaves” buried in consecrated ground.

Article 12
We forbid slaves to carry offensive weapons or heavy sticks under the penalty of being whipped, and of having said weapons confiscated for the benefit of the person seizing the same. An exception is made in favor of those slaves who are hunting or are shooting for their masters, and who carry with them a written permission to that effect, or are bring designated by some known mark or badge.

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Article 13
We forbid slaves belonging to different masters to gather in crowds either by day or by night, under the pretext of a wedding, or for any other cause, either at the dwelling or on the grounds of one of their masters or elsewhere, and less on the highways or in secluded places, under the penalty of corporal punishment, which shall not be less than the whip. In case of frequent offenses of the kind, the offenders shall be branded with the mark of the Flower de Luce, and should there be aggravating circumstances, capital punishment may be applied, at the discretion of the judges. We command all of our subject, be they officials or not, to seize offenders, to arrest and conduct them to prison, although there should be not judgment against them.

Article 14
Masters who shall be convicted of having permitted or tolerated such gatherings as aforesaid, composed of other slaves than their own, shall be sentenced individually, to indemnify their neighbors for the damages occasioned by said gatherings, and to pay, for the first time, a fine of thirty livres, and double that sum on the repetitions of the offense.

Article 15
We forbid Negroes to sell any commodities, provisions, or produce of any kind, without the written permission of their masters, or without wearing their known marks or badges, and any persons purchasing any thing from Negroes in violation of this article, shall be sentenced to pay a fine of 1500 livres.

Articles 16, 17, 18, and 19
Provide at length for the clothing of slaves and for their subsistence.

Article 20
Slaves (who shall not be properly fed, clad, and provided for by their masters) may give information thereof to the Attorney-General of the Superior Council, or to all the officers of an inferior jurisdiction, and may put the written exposition of their wrongs into the hands; upon which information, and even ex-officio, shall the information come from another quarter, the Attorney-General shall prosecute said masters without charging any cost to the complainant. It is our will that this regulation be observed in all accusations for crimes or barbarous and inhumane treatment brought by slaves against their masters.

Article 21
Slaves who are disabled from working, either by old age, disease or otherwise, be the diseases incurable or nor, shall be fed and provided for by their masters; and in case they should have been abandoned by said masters, said slave shall be adjudged to the nearest hospital, to which said master shall be obliged to pay eight (8) cents a day for the food, and maintenance of each one of these slaves; and for the payment of this sum, said hospital shall have a lien on the plantation masters.

Article 22
We declare that slaves have no right to any kind of property but that all that they acquire either by their own industry, or by the ability of others, or by any other means or title whatever shall be the full property of their masters; and the children of said slaves, their fathers, mothers, their kindred or other relation either free or slave shall have no pretensions or claim thereto, either through testamentary nor positions or donations inter vivace; which dispositions and donations we declare null and void, and also whatever promise they may have interred into by persons incapable of disposing of anything and or participating to any contract.

Article 23
Masters shall be responsible for what their slaves have done by their command, and also for what transactions they have permitted their slaves to do in their shops, in the particular line of commerce with whom they were entrusted; and in case said slaves should have acted without order or authorization of their masters, said masters shall be responsible only for so much as has turned to their profit; and if said masters have not profited by the dining or transaction of their slaves, the per curium which the masters have permitted the slave to own, shall be subjected to all claims against said slaves, after deduction made by the masters of what may be due to them; and if said per curium should consist in whole or in part of merchandises in which the slaves had permission to traffic, the masters shall only come in for their share in common with the other creditors.

Article 24
Slaves shall be incapable of all public functions, and of being constituted agents for any other person than their own masters, with powers to manage or conduct any kind of trade; nor can they serve as arbitrators or experts; nor shall they be called to give their testimony either in civil or in criminal cases, except when it shall be a matter of necessity, and only in default of “White” People; but in no case shall they be permitted to serve as witness either for or against their masters..

Article 25
Slaves shall never be parties to civil suits, either as plaintiffs or defendants, nor shall they be allowed to appear as complainants in criminal cases, but their masters shall have the right to act for them in civil matters, and in criminal ones, to demand punishment and reparation for such outrages and excesses as their slaves may have suffered from.

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Article 26
Slaves may be prosecuted criminally, without their masters being made parties to the trial, except they should be indicted as accomplices; and said slaves shall be tried, at first, by the judges of ordinary jurisdiction, if there be any, and on appeal, by the Superior Council, with the same rules, formalities, and proceedings observed for free persons, save the exceptions mentioned hereafter.

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Article 33
Slaves who shall have made themselves liable to the penalty of the whip, the flower de luce brand, and ear cutting, shall be tried in the last resort, by the ordinary judges of the inferior court, and shall undergo the sentenced passed upon them without there being an appeal to the Superior Council, in confirmation or reversal of judgment, notwithstanding the article 26th of the present code, which shall be applicable only to those judgments in which the slave is sentenced to be hamstrung or to suffer death.

Article 34
Freed or born-free negros, who shall have afforded refuge in their houses to fugitive slaves, shall be sentenced to pay to the masters of said slaves, the sum of thirty (30) livres a day for every day during which they shall have concealed said fugitives; and all other free persons, guilty of the same offense, shall pay a fine of ten livres a day as aforesaid; and should the freed or freed-born Negroes not be able to pay the fines herein specified, they shall be reduced to the condition of slaves, and be sold as such. Should the price of the sale exceed the sum mentioned in the judgment, the surplus shall be delivered to the hospital.

Article 35
We permit our subjects in this colony, who may have slaves concealed in any place whatever, to have them sought after by such persons and in such way as they deem proper, so to proceed themselves to such researches as they may think best.

Article 36
The slave who is sentenced to suffer death on the denunciation of his master, shall, when that master is not an accomplice to the crime, be appraised before his execution by two of the principal inhabitants of the locality, who shall be especially appointed by the judge, and the amount of said appraisement shall be paid to the master. To raise this sum, and shall be collected by the persons invested with what authority.

Article 37
We forbid all the officers of the Superior Council, and all our other officers of the justice in the colony to take any fees or receive any prerequisites in criminal suits against slaves, under the penalty, in so doing of, being dealt with as guilty of extortion.

Article 38
We also forbid all of our subjects in this colony, whatever their condition or rank may be, to apply, on their own private authority, the rack to their slaves, under any pretenses whatever, and to mutilate said slaves in any one of their limbs, or in any part of their bodies, under the penalty of confiscation of said slave; and masters, so offending, shall be liable to a criminal it, to put their slaves in irons and to have them whipped with rods or ropes.

Article 39
We command our officers of justices in this colony to institute criminal process against masters and overseers who shall killed or mutilated their slaves, when in their power and under their supervision, and to punish said murder according to the atrocity of the circumstances; and in case the offenses shall be a pardonable one, we permit them to pardon said master and overseer without being necessary to obtain from us letters patent of pardon.

Article 40
Slaves shall be held in law as movables, and as such, they shall be part of the community of acquests between husband and wife; they shall be seized under mortgage whatever; and they shall be equally divided among the co-heirs without admitting from any one of said heirs any claim founded on preciput or right of primogeniture, or dowry.

Articles 41 and 42 are entirely relative to judicial forms and proceedings.

Article 43
Husbands and wives shall not be seized and sold separately when belonging to the same master, and their children, whom under fourteen years of age, shall not be separated from their parents and such seizures and sales shall be null and void. The present article shall apply to voluntary salws, and in such cse sales should take place in violation of the law, the seller shall be deprived of the slave he has illegally retained and said slave shall be adjudged to the purchased without any additional.

Article 44
Slaves fourteen (14) years old, and from this age up to sixty (60), who are settled on lands and plantations, and are at present working on them, shall not be liable to seizure for debt, except for what may be due out of the purchase money agreed to be paid for them unless said grounds or plantations should be distressed, and seized and judicial sale of a real estate, without including the slaves of the aforesaid age who are part of said estate, shall be deemed null and void.

Article 45, 46, 47, 48, and 49 are relative to certain formalities to be observed in judicial proceedings

Article 50
Masters, when twenty-five (25) years old; shall have the power to manumit their slaves, either by testamentary dispositions, or by acts inter vivace, but as there may be mercenary masters disposed to set a price on the liberation of their slaves; and there as slaves with a view to acquire the necessary means to purchase their freedom, may be tempted to commit theft or deeds of plunder, no mitter to set free his slaves, without the obtaining from the Superior Council a decree of permission to that effect; which permission shall be granted without costs when the motive for the setting free of said slaves as specified in the petition of the master, shall, appear legitimate to the tribunal. All future acts for the emancipation of the slaves freed shall not be entitled to their freedom; they shall be taken away from their former masters, and confiscated for the benefit of the India Company.

Article 51
However, should slaves be appointed by their masters tutors to their children, said slaves shall be held and regarded as being set free to all intent and purposes.

Article 52
We declare that the acts for the enfranchisement of slaves, passed according to the forms above described, shall be equivalent to an act of naturalization, when said slaves are not born in our colony of Louisiana, and they shall enjoy all the rights and privileges inherent to our subjects born in our kingdoms, or any land or colony under our dominion. We declare, however, that all manumitted slaves, and all free-born Negroes are incapable of receiving donations, either by testamentary dispositions or by acts inter vivos from the “Whites”. Said donations shall be null and void, and the objects of said donations shall be applied to the benefits of the nearest hosptal.

Article 53
We commend all manumitted slaves to show the profoundest respect to their former masters, to their widows and children, and any injury or insult offered by said manumitted slaves to their former masters, their widows or children, shall be punished with more severity than if it had been offered to any other person. We, however declared them exempt from the discharge of all duties or services, and from payment of all taxes or fees, or any thing else in relation to their persons, or to their personal or real estate, either during the life or after the death of said slave.

Article 54
We grant manumitted slaves the same rights, privileges, and immunities which are enjoyed by free born persons. It is our pleasure that their merit in having acquired their freedom, shall produce in their favor not only with regards to their persons, but also to their property, the same effects which our other subjects derive from the happy circumstances of their having been born free.

In the name of the King

Fazende, Brusle, Perry Bienville, De la Graise

March, 1724

Was speaking to a French Girl, yesterday who said, 20 years ago in France, she recalls.

In school as children, they gave them books to read, saying, blacks; came from monkeys.

She said she is still shocked, even thou she has no faith. I just wonder how deep this hatred goes in truth and when we will wake up ..’

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Oh oh. Would you?

For some weird reason I do like the look. African men wear versions of this without the lycra and paint their faces doing tribal dances. So what’s the difference? They make theirs out of leaves or straws usually.

Fashion: Men in skirts ..’ – https://Aremuorin.me

I thought you said African men don’t wear #skirts? I refuse to be ignorant of my power as a strong & gifted melanated black man.

I covered this storyline 2 years ago and some black people where raising eyebrows and flaring their nostrils. Nothing’s changed.

I ask again. Why are black people always the last to #know? – #In14Way

Black people have influenced everything that’s ever existed; now, unto infinity. From culture to religion, or sociology, to politics. If your friends aren’t telling you the truth they are not your true #friends ..’

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Damien Hirst faltered; miserably, trying to appropriate African art recently in Vienna. He got savaged by the media and its original authors and owners online worldwide when he attempted to take credit for Nigerian indigenous art from the Yoruba tribe. Epic fail.

African dynasty is the hub of civilisation (Eve Gene). From Zulu warriors to Egyptian dynasties and science. Talk about even appropriating classical instruments like the piano and harp that became westernized originating from Africa. Yes. Africa is the source. The hub. We were before the interference, politics, slavery and corruption ..’

Dancing around fires doing citations. Cultural appropriation to a ‘T’. Plus the dude has swag for days. Props to him.

My point exactly

And more so
Furthermore
African warriors in skirts
Westernized
Even so
Now cool like beckams
What’s your take
Even celebrities
Now fashion talks

It’s interesting what you find when you get your head out of culture and religion that are bias as fcuk. I call it hypocrisy. There’s hardly anything that’s not been done reincarnating ..’ I think I am going to rock one of these one summer.

Some days I wish I wasn’t a black man. Everything about it says I am not your average black man. It’s time I embrace every uniqueness about me in all its regality and glory. I feel no different to those who bleach their skin or straighten their hair.

Thou, those are extreme ends of the spectrum and dialogue. I feel I have found the right to bleach my mind free of every negative dogma killing my kind.

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The #blackrace is not #ready to be free. They #love mental #slavery. That’s why they self hate their own ..’

Can I be Me by Nick Bloomfield is released on the 16th of June 2017.

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​Omg. I just clocked it. Inspired by?

Anyone can say they are a Xtain and have a heart filthy as a dog’s kennel ..’ – #Aremuorin 

#MercyfulGrace #Next #Love

The bible was an inspiration of accounts and reported events; hence manufactured to commercialise, use and control the advent of God in the consciousness of mankind. 

Therefore, lost in translation. Words. But God was the word from the beginning. Never needed a book to reveal himself. He is a spirit who inhabits the hearts of those who recognise him and keep him reverend and Holy.

So Catholicism thought this was okay ..’ Uhmm

God existed before the bible. He is the revelation in the bible. Therefore, the bible – ‘the 66 books’, isn’t the complete revelation of God. 

Otherwise; why would Catholicism condone slavery in the name of God that still scandals, and why would they market him as white when the scripture says he has wooly hair and feet like brass?

And why would we need to go to Mary to pray for us when we know who the Holy spirit is ..’

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Androgyny: Sonja thinks she is a saint and I’m an abomination.

Sonja 

First of all, you are not even a Christian. If you were Christlike, you will love your neighbour as your self and know that scriptures mean nothing without a divine revelation. 

So quick you are to pick and choose scriptures to harrass others with, without appropriating the whole concept of the book in context. God Is not like you.

How can you take a speck out of another man’s eye when there is a big log in yours? That’s hypocrisy which led you to bigotry and your own sin. 

The same book told you all have sinned and fallen short of God’s glory in the book of Isaiah the prophet. You are lost in religion. God is not religion. Your Faith does not give you permission to demean others with it. This is why I don’t like Pharisee and sadduce like Christians. 

I don’t follow religion. I follow God. Love !!! God existed before scriptures and the bible. He is a spirit and brand new with his graces every morning. 66 books called the bible is not the full revelation of God.
You need to pray for God to fix you first before fixing the world. If we all did that, this conversation will be unnecessary and void. Worry about your own sins. Eccles 7:20.

Anyone can say they are a Xtain and have a heart filthy as a dog’s kennel ..’ – #Aremuorin 

#MercyfulGrace #Next #Love

That’s the problem with religion and it’s heresy. Who told you, you have no sin ..’
Jesus’s best friend (Mary Magdalene) was a whore and so was his Nan (Rahab). Process that ..’

People 👫 need to worry about their own #sins. No one is 1⃣ #perfect.

Leave the #LGBT alone. #Worry about your #own #fornicating #spirit and #lies. It’s getting borring now ..’

God is love 💝 and love is love 💝 ..’ Even #Abraham the father of #faith had #whores. #You are not God. Let God #be #God ..’

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#Aremuorin #BraidsOnFleek 

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Now Who Are You To Judge

​I despise dogma. Especially, religious dogma! Go read your bible and pray on it, for divine revelations, before you minister to people.  There is a huge difference between those who were raised on the bible, (before they could talk) and those who picked up the bible last night. Some where dragged up on the bible, while some were raised on it. I was raised on it. Does not make me perfect. It makes me wise.

If you don’t want me to speak to you on the things you don’t want to hear – don’t come at me, with what you just read, last night, that you don’t know how to process, yet! I have great spiritual gifts – that you would make your jaw, drop, to the glory of God. Don’t make me go there. 

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There’s a difference btw ‘being given, blessed’ and taken for granted! Go Figure! Many a time, I choose to rise above it. But comes a time – when you must fight, for what you know, is right.

All I’m saying is, even if I cut my head off, and give it to them, they will still have something not nice to say about me. It’s comforting to know who you are deep within. At the end of the day. God only approves and totally disapproves. It’s shocking how envy is the root of hatred. Mercy!

Mathew 7:21 :: “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven!
Now, who are you to judge?

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