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Sunday, 5 December 2010

Black racial ideology - in modern Britain

The author came across DR Lez Henry when reading his article on the website 'Operation Black vote'.

He is a Sociologist and anthropologist.

Curiously he claims 'race doesn't exist', but wants to educate people about 'African/black history'.

his website

The BBC invited him to talk about 'youth violence' and knife/gun crime.

The Sociologist describes black knife/gun crime as a 'urban myth', and suggests the violent crime in London today (mostly committed by black males), is no more serious than the Teddyboys of the 60's (sic).

In his BBC interview above DR Lez Henry mentions funding for youth clubs and 'workshops'. How can you have a club for youth such as these?

Video from Manchester - England.

DR Lez Henry - New Testament Church of God 2007 Whiteness and History

Part 1 Origins of Black history month, roots (series), Sociology PHD, "notion of race created 300 years ago by white Europeans to control others", Babylon, and the 'S' word.

Part two - white privilege, white Jesus as a psychological tool for black suppression and 'the curse of Ham'

Part 3 - In the third clip DR Lez says that "October suggests eight, but it's not the eighth month...someone is playing with our minds".

Presumably he is referring to the white man (although he states race doesn't exist).

Some simple research by the learned doctor would have told him: : The earliest Latin calendar was a 10-month one, beginning with March; thus, September was the seventh month, October, the eighth, etc. July was originally called Quintilis, meaning fifth; August was originally called Sextilis, meaning sixth.
Info please the names of the months

Part 4 A Leopard never changes his spots, "the white man changed the Spinx", "Africans taught the Greeks about religion", Haile Selassie.

Dr Lez Henry on London Talking ROLE MODELS

Beyond Slavery forum

Part 2

Part 3


Anonymous 5 December 2010 at 14:24

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