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18
Feb

Black history month myth of the day. Ice Cream.

Ice Cream has become a replacement for the Peanut Butter myth.


17
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day: King Tut

Black Power groups claim that King Tut facial reconstruction and DNA study are a racist hoax.


16
Feb

Black History Month Myth: Haiti’s “African Spartacus.”

Haiti’s “African Spartacus” was actually a pro-French, eurocentric, slave owner.


15
Feb

Black history myth of the day: Smallpox Inoculation

The smallpox inoculation is one of the newest Black History Month hoaxes.


14
Feb

Black history myth of the day. Cleopatra.

Black militants, like Obama’s preacher, claim statues of Cleopatra are a hoax by the white man


13
Feb

Even the Super Soaker “Black Invention” claim is only half true.

McDonalds, and others erase white co-inventor of the SuperSoaker squirt gun.


11
Feb

Black History Month Myth – Peanut Butter & Potato Chips

Peanut Butter is the original Black Invention Hoax.


10
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day. Tango dancing.

Freeform couples dancing is uniquely European.


09
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day: Tuskegee Airmen

Media fabrications about Tuskegee Airmen is tantamount to defamation against white people


08
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day. The Cell Phone.

Dr. Henry T. Sampson (pictured at right) and Dr. George H. Miley, are two engineering professors teaching in Illinois. Though […]


07
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day: The dustpan.

Lloyd P. Ray took out the 165th American patent for a dustpan. That hardly makes him the inventor.


24
Feb

WND: Father of US slavery was black

For the past year, the CofCC website has received a lot of viral publicity for talking about Anthony Johnson. This […]


17
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day: The Traffic Light

This is a common one, now being taught in schools and even hustled on local news shows during February. Myth: […]


14
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day: African slave trade.

SURPRISE! Slavery still thrives in Africa (and Haiti as well.) In this Frontline Segment Northern Sudanese Muslims enslave non-Muslims in […]


13
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day: Zimbabwe

History of Rhodesia/Zimbabwe: From Radio Netherlands: “Little enthusiasm for Zimbabwe Independence Day.”


10
Feb

Black History Myth of the Day: Battle of Fort Pillow

by Kyle Rogers The alleged “Massacre at Fort Pillow” was nothing more than election propaganda to ensure that Abraham Lincoln […]


07
Feb

Black History Month Myth of the Day. The air conditioner.

Photo Right: Frederick Jones was a mulatto who co-founded Thermo King with Joseph Numero (a white man). He took out […]


06
Feb

Black History Month: America’s first slave owner was a black man

According to colonial records, the first slave owner in the United States was a black man. Prior to 1655 there […]


06
Feb

Black History Month Myth – The refrigerator.

It’s February. Once again public schools, libraries, and even your local media are promoting fallacies in the name of “black history.” […]


05
Feb

Black History Month Myth: Only blacks were slaves in the New World

From GlobalReseach.CA… The Irish slave trade began when James II sold 30,000 Irish prisoners as slaves to the New World. […]


31
Jan

Afrocentrism as “therapeutic mythology”

Each year, the media and the public schools push outrageous falsehoods on “Black History Month.” These falsehoods range from absurd […]


21
Jan

It’s time to tell the truth about MLK.

Was King a “Conservative Republican?” – by the Political Cesspool MLK on Barry Goldwater – Another indication that progress is […]


09
Apr

George Lucas loses $60 million on Red Tails

George Lucas claimed Red Tails was a ground breaking new movie about race that “white Hollywood” didn’t want him to […]


12
Mar

America’s first slave owner was a black man.

According to colonial records, the first slave owner in the United States was a black man. Prior to 1655 there […]


24
Feb

Real Black History. Not the fantasy taught in our schools.

Update: Africa Addio is available for free online from Google Video. (However the video quality will be better if you […]