South Africa Family Relief Project

Help Families, Orphans and Widows Welcome to the South Africa Family Relief Project (SAFRP). The sad reality of south Africa today is that many minority families cannot even feed themselves, children do not have winter coats and food is often scarce. Families in thousands of cases do not even have a place to call home. […]

Who are masters of liberal plantation that keep Blacks as slaves to party with Brenda

The black family survived slavery. It survived the US Civil War. It survived Reconstruction, the KKK, Jim Crow, WW1 and WW2 – but it did not survive the welfare state and the Great Society. Blacks emigrated from the south to the north to work in big cities and factories. Blacks were known as arduous if […]

The blood of innocents …

Christians in the West should stand up for those in the East out of regard for all they have given us over these thousands of years. Share This

Christian children on the new killing fields

Remember when the Khmer Rouge ordered people out of the cities of Cambodia and then went about systematically killing leaders of the country and their families. The leader of the Khmer Rouge, Pol Pot, killed approximately 1.7 million people. Adolf Hitler killed over 6 million Jews, Gypsies and gay people. The Holocaust will be forever […]

Will American Pastor and the faithful stand up for persecuted Christians?

What most American Christians don’t realize is that the “Islamic World” was once the Christian world. Some of the most well-known and influential leaders in the early church hailed from North Africa and the Middle East – like the warring theologians Athanasius and Arius, and the apologist Tertullian. It was for the library in Alexandria […]

Buy one brick and save South Africa child from death

More Politics Conservative Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Sister thunder Radio on BlogTalkRadio THE FACTS: In a country where minorities form 10% of the population, it’s astounding that more than 1 million are living in crippling poverty as a result of governments Employment Equity Act, which effectively excludes them from obtaining employment, and the […]

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    Frederick McKinley Jones became the first African American awarded the National Medal of Technology when it was posthumously presented by President George H. W. Bush. The medal is presented to inventors and innovators who have made significant contributions to the development of new and important technology. It is the highest honor the nation confers for […]

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