The Black Plague by Tylon L. Rodgers and Imani Jackson
Karma or GOD's Will?

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What’s the most sensitive
subject in America today? That would be racism. But for the most part it
has always been an issue between those of the black and white race, where
whites reigned under false superiority. Though the subject is worldwide, the karma
that those of the white race now suffer behind actions taken during their
time of false reign has never been brought to the forefront of America and its
children. Nor has the fact that it is God’s will that a black plague is now
overshadowing America with the advancement of Blacks and all others of the brown skinned complexion. This
book speaks of the karma that has now come back around to those of the white
race and their children and covers certain aspects of actions taken to ensure
that blacks would remain inferior under the powerful hand of the white
government. The book covers the karma of things such as reading, learning, drugs,
medicine, Emmet Till and even the physical aspect of blacks and whites that have
never been brought to the forefront of America, about white America. It speaks of
the advancement of the black race from a political and social standpoint, the
influence that the black race has over white children of America, and how
the white race is slowly becoming extinct due to the volume of women of all
races having babies by black men.

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Published September 5, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 62 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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