Why Whites hate Blacks

Horace Butler Blacks don’t know the root of the White hatred against Blacks. That’s because they don’t USUALLY know the fuller history of the world and what brought some Whites to that emotional disturbance. The Black invasion of Spain in the 700s AD was a huge Black hatred maker. But those Blacks were just returning the favor for the White invasion of the Americas, under Rome and some of the non-Black middle eastern ones. But even before then, the disputes under “color” had been raging, which is why one group of Ancient Blacks, called now Egypt, often wrote about how they were “Black.” Even at Ancient Troy, in Central America, archaeologists whispered and recorded how some of those Trojan rulers left inscriptions mentioning, “We the Black rulers.

Horace Butler:

I had already seen Davidson’s account of those 2,500 ships that had left Senegambia, in West Africa, in the 1300s, and those ships had never been heard from again. And here was Montezuma saying his father and grandfather had told him they had come in ships to the “east” shore of Mexico, after crossing the sea, coming from where Senegambia is!!! Then they had named their first colony after their homeland, Mali, naming their African colony in Mexico, “Mali-nalco!”

By the time I saw the old illustrations showing the Aztec as Black Africans, I was already there. But they said that they didn’t build those huge pyramids that were near their cities. Those Black Aztec wrote that a much earlier people had built those, and no one could say who those builders had been. Early explorers of Mexico kept saying it looked like Ancient Egypt had been there. Then, the racists got going and silenced all that talk about Ancient Egypt. But it was too late. I was now looking into Ancient Egypt’s writings. AND THEN THE HISTORIES JUST BUST WIDE OPEN, WITH THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN WRITINGS TELLING EVERYTHING ABOUT THE AMERICAS, INCLUDING HOW THEY NAMED THIS LAND “TAMERI,” which Europe kept, but moved the term for land (ta) to the end of the name as “ca”…Ameri-ca. Years later, I had the entire history.