The controversial and much needed documentary Buck Breaking by Tariq Nasheed, didn't disappoint. After its anticipated release, the film became Amazon's best seller instantly. Reaching the number one spot, it's safe to say people gravitated to the information.
Not only did the historical narratives shed light on racial discrimination, it also focused on sexual trauma. Within the context of slavery, it's well known that there was all types of abuse.
However, speaking on the "unadmitted" truth of homosexual oppressors has introduced another perspective to breaking slaves. We often think of rape occurring between a male and a female. But how does that dynamic play out when boys or men are forced into becoming sexual victims.
The film mentions European culture of rape and pedophilia that has infected African people. That mindset of any hole will do, has caused generational anguish which in-turn plays out to this very day.
Systemically speaking, in order to maintain power over the negroes, every action of abuse was reinforced by degenerate sexual practices. In addition, this type of sadistic influence created an agenda to attack the Black family.
"WHEN WE TALK ABOUT BUCK BREAKING WE HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT BUCK BREAKING IS A SHOW OF POWER, IT'S A SHOW OF DOMINANCE." - Dr. Oya Adwoa Ma'at
From all factions of life the documentary goes into how white supremacy engages in and uses homosexuality as a weapon. So for the white gay community to ever equate their struggle with Black people's is highly offensive. In our opinion this film is worth the purchase.
It also brings into question why is sexuality being promoted heavily to children? With the longstanding concerted effort to depopulate the Black community, one can only think this is by design. Furthermore, this is one of the reasons why the film Buck Breaking exist.
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