"Winner of the Los Angeles Black Book
Exposition 2005 -- History Division"
Did you know...
THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
WAS A BLACK MAN?
(See Cover-up--VS-- Common Sense )
DO YOU KNOW WHO...
THE BLACK MAN IS ON THE
BACK OF THE $2 BILL?
DID YOU KNOW...
THE ORIGINAL STATUE OF LIBERTY
READ IT ALL IN
“EXPOSED, TRUE BLACK HISTORY
AS IT HAS NEVER BEEN TAUGHT”
Dr. Romeo L. Taylor Sr.
P.M., D.D., B.B.A.
DO YOU KNOW...
WHO THE LAST BLACK PRESIDENT
OF THE UNITED STATES WAS?
White Father and Black Mother
The Los Angeles Sentinel, Thursday, January 29, 2004
Examining ”The True Black History: The Black Holocaust”
By JENNIFER BIHM, Sentinel Staff Writer
“We (Black Americans) must develop a new attitude toward life,” says businessman-turned-author, Dr. Romeo L. Taylor with more than a hint of passion and frustration. “Education is our only hope for survival.” This is the reason for, Exposed: True Black History as it Has Never Been Taught”, he explains of his debut literary effort.
Exposed is a 278-page historical reference revealing sources of information not commonly presented to black students or the black community in general. With concrete and reputable sources in each chapter, Taylor disproves the general consensus by other races around the world that black people demonstrate sub par intelligence, are lazy and basically non-productive. “More than a few blacks, he says, “were inventors, scientists, mathematicians, and even U. S. presidents.” (surprise!)
“Over the years our intelligence has been challenged; lies have been told,” he says. “I’m just angry that a lot of black educators didn’t (and still don’t) stand up against the system and teach the facts.” Besides aiming to correct the perception of blacks around the world, with Exposed, Taylor says he wants to bring to light the atrocities experienced by blacks at the hands of whites especially. Other races, he says make sure that their stories are told and never forgotten. They have fought and won reparations and compensation for their suffering.
Black suffering, however, has often been romanticized in television, movies and textbooks, creating a sense of apathy by most in the community and making the case for reparations hard to present. As one activist put it, “(Taylor’s) book represents the best evidence and proof that reparations are owed to black people for 400 hundred years of forced free labor and the atrocities they were forced to accept.” Part of this evidence is presented in a gruesome photograghic section showing hangings, burnings and other torture administered to blacks in all its ugliness throughout the years.
Finally, Taylor says, “I want to let black adults, who are discouraged know that it’s never too late to pick yourself up and realize your dreams.” Blacks are intelligent (stats in his book show how, with opportunities, black children outscored others on standardized tests). they are hard workers and have and still do contribute much to society, he emphasizes.
The information presented in Exposed has been available for more than 40 years, says Taylor. However, he has done the work of compiling it into an easy- to- read paperback in which he cites all of his sources, leading readers to study the facts more in depth. This is a good book for those who are less likely to pick up one. Although it is classified as a reference book, the language isn’t cumbersome, making it more palatable to the young as well as the old. Exposed: True Black History as it Has Never Been Taught
The Black Holocaust, 100 million Black People Slaughtered by
Terrorists during slavery days (with some pictures).
John Hanson,'The Moor'--First President of theUS
I knew the article about John Hanson, 'The Moor' would be challenged. During the days of enslavement, there were over 30 strong black families in the north. They all had white and black slaves.
"The Hanson family had a habit of repeating names. This John Hanson had a grandfather, an uncle, a nephew and two sons also named John."
This John Hanson was the most powerful and clever politician at that time.
Most websites state, 'John Hanson's great-grandfather died at Lutzen beside the Great King Gustavus Aldolphus I, of Sweden. Researching the history of Sweden, there is no mention of a John Hanson with King Gustavus Aldolphus I.
When you think of Swedish people with their blond hair and blue eyes, you think they are pure blooded Caucaians. This is not true, they have omitted the truth from their history. Gustavus Adolphus IV was a mulatto (see pages 92-93) and called himself a 'Moor'. John Baptiste Bernadottle, a 'colored man' ascended to the throne of Sweden after Gustavus IV as King Charles XIV in 1818.
1. They called John Hanson "the hidden man."
2. His family was one the richest and most powerful families at that time.
3. The State of Maryland wanted to build a memorial to him, but they cannot find his body.
1. Why was he called "the hidden man", a man of such power and whose family was involved with politics?
2. Once again, why can't they find his body or is it a part of a cover-up?
3. Looking at the list of signers of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution
of the United States, you will not see a Hanson listed as a signer. Should we
believe that a family as infulential as the Hansons would not be named as a signer on
either of those documents? See www.marshallhall.org/hanson.html .
4. The Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. In 1781, John Hanson became the first President of the United States, five years after the signing.
My question is who is the black man on the back of the $2.00 bill which is a picture of the signing of the Declaration of Independence? There is a black person in the picture. Someone from the Hanson family was reported as a signer. However, no Hanson is listed among the reported signers. Could this be the Black Hanson? Something is not adding up right.
"Exposed" is dedicated to exposing the truth. If we find facts that disprove what we have previously written, it is our obligation to make corrections. On page 66, we show a picture and we ask the question, "Is this John Hanson?" It has been proven to use that it is not a picture of John Hanson, first President of the United States. This is a picture of John Hanson, Senator of Liberia, West Africa.
After the discovery of a Black Man being the first President of the United States, the reporter in his haste to put a picture with the name, used the wrong picture. He was unaware that the process used to make that picture was not invented until the mid 1800's and it had a name of John Hanson, Senator of Liberia on the back.
As we continue to find the truth and correct that which is not true, we challenge other writers and publishers of history to do the same.
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