Chapter 2 -- Forward -- A Word from The President



Chapter 3 -- A.D.E’s Mission – To Restore Our Good Names



Chapter 4 -- The Importance of a Good Name



Chapter 5 -- Euro-Judaic Myth of the Curse of Black/Dark Skin



Chapter 6 -- Why Won’t Ashkenazi Jews Tell



Chapter 7 -- The Maafa



Chapter 8 -- Losses Suffered by the African Diasporal Community



Chapter 9 -- Importance of Myth's Disclosure



Chapter 10 -- The Ultimate Weapon – Public Character Assassination



Chapter 11 -- Failure to Report Is the Same as Enabling



Chapter 12 -- Scriptures in the Torah That Prohibit Slander



Chapter 13 – Discovery of Babylonian Talmudic/Ashkenazi Jewish Anti-Hamitic/Anti-Black Hatred is No Excuse for Anti-Semitism



Chapter 14 – Babylonian Talmudic, European/Ashkenazi Jewish Racism against Schvartzes Has Not Ended



Chapter 15 -- Babylonian Talmudic Law of Moser



Chapter 16 -- Interview with Harold W. Rosenthal: A New World Order Based on Babylonian Talmudic Treachery and Hatred of Jehovah God, Jesus Christ and Humans



Chapter 17 – Petition to the United Nations Regarding the Ultimate Goal of the Babylonian Talmud -- The Legalization of the Sexualized Disenfranchisement and Murder of Hamitic/African/Black Men and The Gang Rape of Their Children



Chapter 18 -- Cheryl D. Uzamere v. The State of New York – Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court



Chapter 19 -- How You Can Help in Your Community



Chapter 20 – Support African Reparations




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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Illnesses; Sexual Sadism Disorder Diagnostic Criteria 302.84 (F65.52)


Over a period of at least 6 months, recurrent and intense sexual arousal from the physical or psychological suffering of another person, as manifested by fantasies, urges, or behaviors.


The individual has acted on these sexual urges with a nonconsenting person, or the sexual urges or fantasies cause clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning.


Diagnostic Features


The diagnostic criteria for sexual sadism disorder are intended to apply both to individuals who freely admit to having such paraphilic interests and to those who deny any sexual interest in the physical or psychological suffering of another individual despite substantial objective evidence to the contrary.


...Examples of individuals who deny any interest in the physical or psychological suffering of another individual include individuals known to have inflicted pain or suffering on multiple victims on separate occasions but who deny any urges or fantasies about such sexual behavior and who may further claim that known episodes of sexual assault were either unintentional or nonsexual. Others may admit past episodes of sexual behavior involving the infliction of pain or suffering on a nonconsenting individual but do not report any significant or sustained sexual interest in the physical or psychological suffering of another individual. Since these individuals deny having urges or fantasies involving sexual arousal to pain and suffering, it follows that they would also deny feeling subjectively distressed or socially impaired by such impulses. Such individuals may be diagnosed with sexual sadism disorder despite their negative self-report. Their recurrent behavior constitutes clinical support for the presence of the paraphilia of sexual sadism (by satisfying Criterion A) and simultaneously demonstrates that their paraphilically motivated behavior is causing clinically significant distress, harm, or risk of harm to others (satisfying Criterion B).


"Recurrent" sexual sadism involving nonconsenting others (i.e., multiple victims, each on a separate occasion) may, as general rule, be interpreted as three or more victims on separate occasions. Fewer victims can be interpreted as satisfying this criterion, if there are multiple instances of infliction of pain and suffering to the same victim, or if there is corroborating evidence of a strong or preferential interest in pain and suffering involving multiple victims. Note that multiple victims, as suggested earlier, are a sufficient but not a necessary condition for diagnosis, as the criteria may be met if the individual acknowledges intense sadistic sexual interest.


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N.Y. State Lawmaker Apologizes

for Blackface Costume

By Sonia Kennebeck, CNN

Tue February 26, 2013


Story Highlights


·         Brooklyn Democrat Dov Hikind dressed in blackface for a Purim party.


·         He apologized to "anyone who was offended" but added, "that was not the intention."


·         One of his Assembly colleagues calls the apology "a beginning" but inadequate.



The Ashkenazi Jewish Slave Trade was not primarily for cheap labor. The race of the victims was used as an excuse to cover the real goal. The real reason for Ashkenazi-influenced enslavement of Africans (and all other people since) is demonic torture, sex, and murder. The Babylonian Talmud advocates what the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Illnesses, Volume 5 describes as sexual sadism. Unless it is forcibly stopped, this group of people (including non-Ashkenazi members who have aligned themselves with Molech-worshiping members of the Ashkenazim) will not stop torturing, raping, and killing. Like the demons who possess them, they are sex addicts. Without Jehovah-approved force, they will not stop. They will continue to use politics, race, financial issues, and other irrelevant issues in the same manner that all junkies use excuses to hide their addiction. There are no political, religious, social, or other irrelevant issues. They are snuff addicts. Unless they are stopped, they will continue to try to satiate an insatiable appetite for torture, deviant sex, and murder – a parasitic appetite that, if left unchecked, will be the undoing of the entire human race. They are snuff addicts. Nothing more – nothing less.

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Ashkenazi sexual sadist achieving climax by using a whip to rape a helpless human being to death.

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The Importance of a Good Name

          Insight on the Scriptures (Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania) says under the heading "Name," subheading "Reputation or Fame" that "in scriptural usage, 'name' often denotes fame or reputation. Bringing a bad name upon someone means making a false accusation against that person, marring his reputation."

       Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Character_assassination) describes character assassination as the "intentional attempt to influence the portrayal or reputation of a particular person, whether living or a historical personage, in such a way as to cause others to develop an extremely negative, unethical or unappealing perception of him or her. By its nature, it involves deliberate exaggeration or manipulation of facts to present an untrue picture of the targeted person. For living individuals, this can cause the target to be rejected by his or her community, family, or members of his or her living or work environment. Such acts are typically difficult to reverse or rectify, therefore the process is correctly likened to a literal assassination of a human life. The damage sustained can be lifelong and more, or for historical personages, last for many centuries after their death."

          The credo of the entity that uses defamation of character to vanquish a potential enemy is to "define your opponent before he tries to define himself."

          Life can be untenable for the victim(s) of character assassination. History is replete with the struggles faced by the victims of character assassination. A prime example of this is Dr. Martin Luther King. The FBI attempted to label him a communist. It also attempted to infer that Dr. King was involved in an extramarital relationship. What is interesting to note is that Dr. King's ultimate assassination came not long after the United States government's attempt to assassinate his character. That rendering a person, or group of persons "persona non grata" opens the door to outright oppression is a well-established fact.

          It is normal and natural to want a good name, a good public reputation. Unfortunately, for the descendants of African slaves, attaining and maintaining a good public image -- a good international reputation -- remains an elusive goal. African men are, on many occasions, portrayed as incorrigible criminals. They are oftentimes viewed as having apelike strength in their pursuit of sports stardom. Sometimes they are viewed as lazy, shiftless recipients of financial assistance from the government. African men like the Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and Professor Leonard Jeffries, who represent a major shift away from the racist governmental status quo are labeled by the media as, the worst of all epithets, anti-Semitic.

          African American woman are oftentimes portrayed by the media as being loud, slang-speaking and overbearing. African American women, in some instances are viewed as women who breed uncontrollably and as single-parent, unemployed, uneducated project dwellers.

          Public belief in the inferiority of dark skin is the catalyst behind the character assassination of African people. The ABC show Good Morning America broadcasted the story of 17-year-old African American Kiri Davis, who made a video named "A Girl Like Me." In this film, Ms. Davis recreates an experiment that was performed half a century ago by an African American man named Dr. Kenneth Clark. In the experiment, several African American children were shown a white doll and a black doll and asked to choose the good doll. All the children chose the white doll as the "good" doll. In the powerful video, Davis asks a little girl, "Can you show me the doll that looks bad?" The girl immediately chooses the black doll. "Why does that look bad?" Davis asks. "Because it's black," the girl responds.1

          The deleterious effects of the belief in the inferiority of dark skin are alive and well in the 21st century. Unless Africans do something to properly address this issue, we will bear yet another generation of Africans who hate themselves and each other.

          Even several hundred years after the declaration of the Emancipation Proclamation, there is virtually no public discussion of the real cause of the destruction of the African community's reputation. What can we Africans do, now that we are still in the grips of the centuries-old habit of portraying Africans as the world's pariahs?

          We must do the following:

·        Learn the cause;

·        Publicly expose it and its source;

·        Engage in dialogue to foster awareness of the damaging effects of this slanderous myth.

          The issue of African reparations has been addressed by many well-meaning members of the African diasporal community. However, their suggestions do not always address those things that were lost by the descendants of Africans.  The Committee on Slavery and Justice, appointed by Brown University's first African American president Ruth J. Simmons, suggests such things as building a memorial, creating a center for the study of slavery and injustice and increasing efforts to recruit minority students from Africa and the West Indies. While these things are good, they do not address the first and most important thing that Africans in the Diaspora have lost -- their public reputations -- that is, their "good names." Having a college education is useless unless the public's mind is readjusted by exposing the original set of lies that led to the centuries-old practice of publicly defaming Africans.

          Our first order of business must be the acquisition of our good names and the restoration of our reputations. Without a good international reputation, we, the descendants of those Africans slaves whose characters were assassinated are as good as dead.