First and foremost, whatever we reveal to our readers of this blog, it is for the glory of God. The staff of AToast2Wealth.com has came to the point that we have been committed to be messengers for Jesus Christ and have been appointed to reveal the truth based on how God desires for us to reveal it, without any apologies. We came across this particular video on Bossip’s blog: “Dark Girls” Preview: Documentary Exploring Color Bias Against Black Community and we wanted to share with you our thoughts about it, which is not based on this world, but based on God, Almighty. Our obligation and our precise mission from God is to save souls, not be servants for Satan to destroy them. Therefore, get ready to adhere to what will help each and every dark skinned woman who has wasted her precious valuable life on thinking about who she does not satisfied with her God-given beauty within the black community.
Posts Tagged ‘black community issues’
A Toast 2 Wealth’s Response for “Dark Girls”: Documentary Exploring Color Bias Against Black Community
As usual, there are racial tensions because of a not guilty verdict in the case of an ex-cop acquitted of charges of manslaughter. The African Americans who sat in the court room during the entire trial say Robert Lawlor was acquitted because he had an all white jury. Isn’t this the same old news? History is repeating itself. This has happened in America hundreds of times and will continue to occur, the truth hurts, because black people are repeatedly hurting each other, all sorts of ways and never even care. On the very day of President Barack Obama winning the election, black people remained the same. There was no unity. In Atlanta, where some of our reporters were doing a study at the time of the election, there were tension among blacks in the lines of the voting booths. That told our reporters black people will remain powerless, because they not only dislike themselves, but each other. Jayshon will not be the last victim of racism, because the majority of African Americans refuse to respect each other and this brings on much hatred from the enemy of the black race.