The White Man’s Burden
- Title: The White Man’s Burden: Of Lies and Deceit
- Authors: Isaiah Israel
- Genre: Americas, History
- Length: 824 pages
- Publisher: MB Publishing
- Publication Date: May 16, 2017
The White Man’s Burden or WMB is a treatise on the truthful history and contributions to world civilization that had taken place over the last 5k yrs in which I uncover and reveal not only the lies of white historical contributions but adamantly replacing and recalling and retelling of the truthful history of the real civilizers and bringers of all civilization the black man and woman.
WMB sets out to dispel the myth of white superiority as a cover up of their dismal mental state of delusional grandeur as a fraud and the real inferiority complex white people suffer from and why they hate black people so much.
In WMB you’ll find that the 1776 war was a lie, that America is still under the English Crown, that America isn’t a country,that all lands West of Appalachia were accrued illegally and therefore null and voided,that Jamestown and the 13 colonies were established by a black King King James 4th and that the only slaves in USA were white and that blacks were prisoners of war.
I believe WMB will be a milestone in historical literature in the sense that it dares to be different in its approach and writing style of a 2 person conversation and the ability to take a complicated subject as history and to make it an easy, fun, light reading.
So sit back relax and enjoy WMB for what it is an historical ride into the past to explain who and why we are where we are in terms of so called racial relations and how we can best defuse the situation before it explodes into a more potent force.
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About the Author
Isaiah Israel’s mission in WMB is to give credence to the accomplishments of people of color worldwide by revealing the truth of history as was told by unscrupulous white historians whose mission it was to lie and steal from the cornucopia of black achievement and give proper credit to those who actually did the work.