Report Black People Wrote the Bible. How many of You are aware of this FACT? in Culture, Race & Economy Posted Thursday at 01:30 PM Chev Yes, I've gotten that feeling, not only in NC but in certain 'other' areas in the south as well. I've stayed around the South. I've stayed in Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, ect... There's an issue with people from the North and California coming down South bringing their "attitudes" with them to otherwise slow and quiet areas, but I seem to especially notice this on Eastcoast southern states like the Carolinas and Georgia especially. I used to live in Atlanta and you might as well live in New York or Philadelphia because over half of the people in the Atlanta area is from there anyway. And they all sound like Mike Tyson or Spike Lee...lol. No matter whether our ancestors were either positive or negative, as their offspring we become recipients of the actions and it's unavoidable. I've heard other people say this because it SOUNDS good and is simplistic, but if you think about it it's not very just or logical. If people are VICTIMS and are harmed by the hands of another because of what their parents did, then ones the harm is done the price should be PAID. It doesn't make sense than the CHILDREN and GRAND CHILDREN and GREAT GRAND CHILDREN of the victim should continue to also be victimized. Exactly when does the price get paid in full? If the first or second generation is punished, it seems like it would be justice that the generations born afterwards should be born guilt free. his is because the American Colonist set up slavery and this was the very way that they 'figured out' to throw off the shackles of their British colonizers. The American colonists didn't set up slavery, the British set it up...like they set it up in other nations. The American colonists just MAINTAINED what the British already started after they won their independence from the British. Kind of like a wife will keep the family dog after divorcing her husband. Both of them owned the dog during the marriage, she just inherited it. That sounds crazy and you are not even using common sense. I hope to have time to share more about this but for now, I just want to state the obvious; At that time span, it would be ridiculous to believe that there was A WHITE MAN, a king over a civilization, This is the Song of Solomon chapter 5 verse 8-13 from the KJV: 8 I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, if ye find my beloved, that ye tell him, that I am sick of love. 9 What is thy beloved more than another beloved, O thou fairest among women? what is thy beloved more than another beloved, that thou dost so charge us? 10 My beloved is white and ruddy, the chiefest among ten thousand. 11 His head is as the most fine gold, his locks are bushy, and black as a raven. 12 His eyes are as the eyes of doves by the rivers of waters, washed with milk, and fitly set. 13 His cheeks are as a bed of spices, as sweet flowers: his lips like lilies, dropping sweet smelling myrrh. I quoted multiple verses so that you can see the entire thing in context and understand that this is a woman singing about a MAN (her lover). She is describing her lover's physical features and what she finds attractive about him. She clearly describes her lover as being WHITE and RUDDY (reddish and blushing). There is only ONE MAN who is the subject of this song...and that man is Solomon. Given this is called the Song of Solomon, who else could she be singing about? Today, there are several 'inter-racial' couples where the man is White and the woman is Black but not in the highest position of the government will you see a dark skinned Black woman as a leading lady UNLESS THE WOMAN IS FAIR SKINNED. She wasn't Solomon's Queen...she was one of Solomon's lovers, which is what she has been singing about in her songs. She was indeed a Queen, but not of Israel. She had her own Queendom down in a place called Sheba which is today called Yemen and Ethiopia.