Understanding the 15 Religious Creeds of White Supremacy

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An essay using the 15 Point Creed of White Supremacy to strategically destroy systematic global white supremacy.

 

Written by Tiffany Tubman

September 28, 2017

 

 

In 1914 there was a book published called Race Orthodoxy in the South that listed a racial code, and this list is still applies today. The book was written by Thomas P. Bailey establishing what is called the “15-Point Creed of White Supremacy”, which according to him as summed up in point 15, is a “Holy Creed” sanctioned by God for the “White” man.

 

Tariq Nasheed goes into great detail in his Podcast on the material covered in this book.

The 15 Point Creed of White Supremacy

 

The excerpt listing the “15-Point Creed of White Supremacy” is shown below:

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Mr. Bailey would have you to believe that the same God that created the sun and the universe, ordained a chosen people with special privileges that are genetically recessive and cannot withstand the Sun for any substantial period of time. Unfortunately, this circular and ridiculous argument lacks logic or scientific support in any religion that the White man has created, except White Supremacy.

 

Knowing and understanding this 15-Point Creed is essential for our survival and destruction of this system to create a system of justice for all humans on planet Earth.

 

Our Creed to Destroy White Supremacy:

  1. Genetics will determine survival, complexion and physical features. This is scientific so we let this stand. Nature has already established recessive and dominate genes and will sort this out without any assistance. Blood will tell.

  2. Race must end. The true classification should be “Has Melanin” and “Lacks Melanin”. We should seek to immediately remove any other “Race” identifier. The term needs to be retired. “White” is made up and “Black” for people is ridiculous. We have accepted it. In the meantime, checking “Other” holds us a numerical disadvantage. There must be no domination of any one race. Justice comes with equality, which is why a redistribution of wealth for all Black Americans suffering from the impact of slavery is necessary through Reparations.

  3. A system of justice will remove any inferiority or superiority. The non-white people will not remain inferior. We must fight for all our rights, voice our opinion, create our economy and not back down.

  4. Demand social and political equality through reparations.

  5. Reclaim our human rights and speak specifically to Black Rights. Make sure old laws are destroyed and future laws demand and spell out Black Rights. Any other groups needing rights will have to establish their own until the system of justice is created.

  6. Knowledge makes anyone unfit to be a slave. We must educate each other. Read and study to protect ourselves from only being at a level that serves the needs of the White man. Challenge all definitions, think critically, and ask questions. Do not accept anything as fact. (As an epidemiologist, I will have to go in detail on statistics and how we create those charts. As the spook that sat by the door, I can tell you to reject them without proof. Demand to be walked through the data set and how the raw data was collected. Then be walked through the calculation and that will eliminate much of the foolishness surrounding the fake data.)

  7. Open your own business, build your own wealth, shop Black and buy Black. We are not settling for peasantry. Demand food stamps and Section 8 be repealed and replaced with reparations.

  8. Accept this as the leadings of Providence and the New Testament of the Bogus Holy Creed previously in place.

 

 

We must also understand the type of white identities we will encounter and how they will work to oppose us and empower us.

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Barnor Hesse, PhD.  is an Associate Professor of African American Studies, Political Science, and Sociology at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. Dr. Hesse obtained his Ph.D. in Government (Ideology and Discourse Analysis), University of Essex (UK) and has been working to understand racism and identity since 2000.

 

Through his life of research and studies, one of his major accomplishments has been the establishment of “The 8 White Identities” under the global system of white supremacy. Through his efforts, we can now understand how to classify white people that we encounter and how to utilize each type in our efforts as non-white people to destroy white supremacy.

 

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We must also examine ourselves to rid ourselves of any underlying white identity we may be internally struggling with that would make us prone to cooning, bedwork, or further enabling white supremacy. That too must be destroyed because they system only exists while we allow it. Fear, hate, violence and ignorance occupy the mind of the white supremacist. Do not let that mindset paralyze or destroy us. Be bold, be fearless, seek justice by any means necessary. Rinse and repeat.

 

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Ase’

 

Tiffany Tubman

Twitter: @montswife16

Email: TubmanFights@gmail.com

 

6 thoughts on “Understanding the 15 Religious Creeds of White Supremacy

  1. Akala says:

    I have asked this question before and did not get an adequate response.

    What about the re-emerging economies of China and India that may very well usurp Europe and America soon? China will very soon and India is projected to in a few decades.

    When I posted this in another article, the writer did not seem to be aware that China & India have been the two largest economies for most of the last two centuries.

    Dr Umar visited China a few weeks ago and mentioned how they wouldn’t even try to hide the anti-black racism. He was simply not allowed in certain areas.

    Finally, should we unify with Native Americans? Whereas black people globally will be treated better as African power re-emerges (similar to China and India), Native Americans share our DNA and do not have a home country/continent that will protect them.

    Thank you for you work.

    Peace.

    1. tburton says:

      Hi Akala,

      We have acknowledged that the system of white supremacy is global. That the reach, rules, and ramifications of the system of white supremacy are worldwide is taught daily. Native Americans have an extensive number of rights and reparations allotted in the United States and they should be extended to Black Americans as well. This is something we work towards as we demand reparations and a new system of justice.

      More to come on this in the future from us at Melanoid Nation. I do not see a specific question regarding China or India. Feel free to email me directly and we can work together to write an article to share information regarding China and India with the impact to Melanoid people. Email: tubmanfights@gmail.com and I am happy to understand further what your request or question is.

      Ase’

  2. Akala says:

    Thank you for your response. I will put my questions below.

    1. China (prior to opium wars) and India (prior to British colonization) have been the two largest economies in the world for the majority of the last two millennium. Does Melanoid Nation acknowledge this?

    2. With China set to usurp America as the world’s largest economy in a few years and India projected to do so in a few decades, how will that change the global system?

    3. Why are Native Americans not included in this “system of justice”?

    4. If the dominant system on earth at the moment is white over non-white as Neely Fuller says, why is the goal not to bring all non-white people together to create this system of justice? This would include African, Indian, Chinese, Native American etc.

    5. Why does Melanoid Nation continue to change the language of self identification? I have seen “black”, “Melanoid” and “Melanoid of African descent” used interchangeably. As Neely Fuller has taught us, words are important and the dominant power structure thrives on using words for confusion. Can we pick a term and try and stick with it?

    1. tburton says:

      Since you have decided not to email, please see my final responses on this topic below:

      1. China (prior to opium wars) and India (prior to British colonization) have been the two largest economies in the world for the majority of the last two millennium. Does Melanoid Nation acknowledge this?

      The two largest economies in the world are the USA and China. India is #6. See: http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/022415/worlds-top-10-economies.asp

      2. With China set to usurp America as the world’s largest economy in a few years and India projected to do so in a few decades, how will that change the global system?

      Projections can be wrong, and I am not sure where you are getting your data from. This is not the platform to go back and forth, since you have declined sending an email, this response will be final. According to Harvard researchers, the new 2015 data reveal a decline in China’s exports. China’s economic complexity ranking also falls four spots for the first time since the global financial crisis. China’s rapid growth rate over the past decade has narrowed the gap between its complexity and its income, which researchers suggest is the harbinger of slower growth. The growth projections still have China growing above the world average, though at 4.4 percent annually for the coming decade, the slowdown relative to the current growth trend is significant.

      Source: http://atlas.cid.harvard.edu/rankings/growth-predictions/

      3. Why are Native Americans not included in this “system of justice”?

      Native Americans worked with the White people in many areas to maintain slavery and the system of white supremacy. Native Americans separated themselves from the collective and pursued their own group interest, leaving Black Freedmen and Black Indians out of the 1866 Indian Treaties we were originally a part of. During the Obama administration, they settled $492 million resulting from the treaty and left the Black people who were included, alone and fighting for themselves. Their lawsuits are still pending for the US to settle and the fight continues to get any payment from these items.

      The short answer to your question, they have excluded themselves.

      Source: A Black History Reader: 101 Questions You Never Thought to Ask by Dr. Claud Anderson 2017

      4. If the dominant system on earth at the moment is white over non-white as Neely Fuller says, why is the goal not to bring all non-white people together to create this system of justice? This would include African, Indian, Chinese, Native American etc.
      All people should come together under a system of justice.

      5. Why does Melanoid Nation continue to change the language of self identification? I have seen “black”, “Melanoid” and “Melanoid of African descent” used interchangeably. As Neely Fuller has taught us, words are important and the dominant power structure thrives on using words for confusion. Can we pick a term and try and stick with it?

      If I understand your question correctly, then I must infer that you understand that Black, Melanoid, and Melanoid of African descent are all the same. Hence, there is no confusion. This is a collection of the best writers at this time contributing to the education, knowledge, and empowerment of Melanoid people.

      Every writer has a different style, so the short answer to your question is no. I know I personally switch between Melanoid and Black in writing one piece because I don’t like writing the same word over and over. I will lose interest in my own writing.

      Melanoid=Black=Melanoid of African descent

  3. tburton says:

    Comments that are are not productive to compensatory counter-racism tactics or to Black Empowerment may be deleted. Feel free to host your own forum if you have information that you need to share. Email is the best forum to communicate your ideas. Thank you.

    1. Akala says:

      Comments from “Grand Wizards” and “Suspected White Supremacists” stay up.

      A nuanced viewpoint from a non-white victim of white supremacy is “counterproductive”.

      With logic like this from the intelligent sector of our community, it’s no wonder we are in last place.

      Sigh.

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