Hidden Colors 4: The Religion of White Supremacy- A Review

0 Posted by - June 23, 2017 - Injustices, LATEST POSTS, Video

Hidden Colors 4: The Religion Of White Supremacy is the latest follow up film to the critically acclaimed hit documentary series Hidden Colors. In this installment of the Hidden Colors series, the film explores topics such as: The motivation behind European global subjugation The history of rarely discussed vast West African empires How germ warfare is used on melanated people The history of slave breeding farms in America And much more.

While Hollywood spins its wheels with remakes of historical slave narratives, Hidden Colors 4 builds on the contemporary understanding of the current situation of Black America. The fourth film in the series premiered last Thursday, May 26- with sold out shows in every city. The Hidden Colors documentary series started in 2011 with telling the hidden history of achievement within the African Diaspora, as a counter-position to the focus on just slavery and servitude that we are often force fed.

Directed by best-selling author and radio show host Tariq Nasheed, Hidden Colors 4: The Religion of White Supremacy highlights Black history as well as contemporary matters. Among the featured scholars, thinkers, and historians are Prof. James Small, Dr. Llaila O. Africa, Robin Walker, Patricia Newton, Killer Mike, and Anthony Browder. Dr. Kaba Kamene was also in the film, and at the New York premiere to address the crowd briefly before the showing. Having seen all of the films, I would say the major differences between the third documentary and this one is that there is more of an analysis of global white supremacy. The documentary does a good job of delving into history, while incorporating some of the occurrences of 2015, and this year as well. It may not be heartening to think about some of these matters, but you can’t say it isn’t relevant.

You can learn more about the “Hidden Colors Series” and purchase the films by visiting the series’ website.

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Read More of this movie review by Marc Polite on PoliteOnSociety.com.   Mr. Polite is the founder and Editor in Chief of Polite On Society.

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    The Blackout of White History in Hidden Colors

    As a documentary that is supposed to inform African Americans about their lost history, I find the series Hidden Colors to be replete with lies, half truths and racist ignorance endorsing black supremacy regarding it. For example, in the first installment—subtitled The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal, Moor, and African Descent—racist Afrocentric revisionists have wrongfully assured their followers that the Phoenico-Canaanite forebears of we Lebanese were Negroids based on unfounded Biblical myth and thus somehow their long lost ancestors. By shamelessly attempting to arrogate our ancient identity, history, ethnoculture, and the achievements of the advanced civilization of our ancestors, they thereby seek to ennoble them with our purpled bloodline. To inspire and empower blacks while denigrating whites, they have long sought to Negroize our illustrious general Hannibal Barca of the Second Punic War, whom the military historian Theodore Ayrault Dodge honored by calling the “father of strategy”, as in his person they believe they could find an historic racial role model for blacks who they perceive could well have put a halt to the beginnings of European imperialism in its infancy in the form of Republican Rome. And to this end they also even cite the pseudohistory that, because of the father’s location of birth and the non-European element of their ethnic extraction, Septimius Severus, who was of Phoenico-Roman descent with some possible Libyan patrilineage and born in the Maghgreb, and his eldest son and successor, Caracalla, who was half Syrian, were the first black African emperors of Rome.

    They are also guilty of committing a racial hoax not only by their wrongly labeling the conflicts between the city-states of Rome and our Carthage as constituting ancient race wars between whites and blacks, but of citing the destruction of the latter by the former as a genocide of black Africans by Europeans to vilify the Occident.

    When I addressed the issue with the executive producer of the series, Tariq Nasheed, an anti-white racist and avowed black supremacist, via social media, he failed to respond. Therefore I am submitting irrefutable genetic evidence on the matter that proves that the Canaanites/Phoenicians from whom Hannibal stemmed were Caucasoid in race and of the Mediterranean extraction, not Negroid, and that we Lebanese in their Levantine homeland are indeed their direct descendants:

    The Canaanite/Phoenician and Lebanese DNA Evidence

    Supporting my argument using irrefutable DNA evidence are the results of the Genographic Project of the National Geographic Society that confirm that the Phoenicians are the Canaanites, that they were Caucasoids in race and of the Mediterranean extraction, and that the Lebanese in their Levantine homeland of Canaan/Phoenicia are indeed their direct descendants, with the Maghrebi who share in this heritage being our distant cousins:

    phoenicia.org/genetics.html

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