Mandeville, LA – Ebony & Ivory Is Now Ebony & Ebony – A “Professor” at Ekow Yankah a “professor” at Cardozo Law College in NYC writes in the NY Times that he will be teaching his boys how to survive life in Manhattan by teaching them how to avod white people. Yes, you read that right.
“As against our gauzy national hopes, I will teach my boys to have profound doubts that friendship with white people is possible. When they ask, I will teach my sons that their beautiful hue is a fault line. Spare me platitudes of how we are all the same on the inside. I first have to keep my boys safe, and so I will teach them before the world shows them this particular brand of rending, violent, often fatal betrayal.”
So professor Yankah wants his “boys” to be “safe” in Manhattan where over 1,300 black children are murdered in their mother’s wombs every year in Planned Parenthood clinics!? In 2012 the statistics on black infanticide in NYC are horrifying.
In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in the Big Apple, according to a report by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The denial of reality all around us continues to grow to the point that a visitor from another ear would wonder where the plague started and how it was transmitted. They might also wonder how Ekow Yankah earned the lofty title “professor”; what exactly is he professing?
The mission of the Church is to all nations and to all ages. ” Going therefore, teach ye all nations Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you ; and behold, I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world”. The doctrines of the Church must be always and everywhere the same, namely those her Divine Founder commanded her to preach.
To teach them effectively, however, she must sympathize with the manners, customs and institutions of the various peoples she meets in her pathway across the centuries, adapting herself to their genius, to their forms of government and civilization. Like, the Apostle, she must “become all things to all men, that she may save all”. Hence, she has been obliged in the course of her history to break with old systems and organizations with which her life had become interwoven, in order to conform to new conditions of human society.
This was not an easy thing to do. It always entailed a struggle. It often meant a crisis in her work of evangelization. If she were a mere human institution, she could not, any more than the other human institutions whose wrecks strew the highway of history, have survived the onslaughts that have been made upon her. That she has passed every crisis and triumphantly outridden every storm that has beaten upon her for nearly -two thousand years is evidence of the divinity of her mission to the nations and to the ages. – Godfrey Kurth, The Church At Turning Points In History