Cannibalism of Yesteryear and Today In the 'West'
Sons of Malcolm
15 August 2012
Hanging out with some Black and Asian anti-white supremacist activists last night, one of the brothers asked me: "you know queen elizabeth ate Egytpian mummies, right?".
After an evening of intense debate about white supremacy, and going through with my crew exploring so many of the traumas that the white power structure has impacted and continues to impact on our people, it was a little hard for me to believe. Perhaps I was tired of living another day under this 'fuckry' system, and perhaps wanted to chill out a touch for a moment.
Some readers might find that a bit strange as to why I would find that so hard to fathom, as I spend so much of my life involved in these issues. The reason is that once a person decides to take serious steps in the journey to un-conditioning the white-washing/brain-washing we receive, you find yourself connecting the dots between the west's half millennia campaign of war, genocide against our people.
And I emphasise 'our people', as this journey develops one's love and loyalty in ever deeper and more profound ways to those countless millions who were killed in the most brutal ways imaginable, a continuing genocide that is the fundamental process which defines everything of the west: its economic status, culture, and all manner of social and psychological realities.
So after the brother asked me if I knew, I immediately went onto my smart phone and searched the words "queen elizabeth, Egtyptian mummies, eating, cannibalism", and number one on the search results was this article (I also found a similar article here), that states:
"In the heyday of medicinal cannibalism bodies or bones were routinely taken from Egyptian tombs and European graveyards. Not only that, but some way into the eighteenth century one of the biggest imports from Ireland into Britain was human skulls."
Cannibalism amongst white people in europe was so widespread, that it seemed to have been a common and acceptable phenomenon.
While the article asks us to 'dont worry be happy', we must reject that which encourages us to disconnect ourselves from our people, our liberating and positive traditions and our ancestors. We cannot 'not worry' about the fact that not only did the english royal family eat the remains of our ancestors (from ancient Egypt - Kemet), as we stay loyal to our peoples and ancestors, no matter how much white wash they try and throw at us and repress us with.