The scars from skin cancer treatments made Kim Sanga too embarrassed to wear a two-piece bathing suit in her own backyard. Her husband, Shawn, told her she was crazy and that her scars tell a story.
“You do go through the vain points that you’re embarrassed to be in your own skin,” said Sanga, who has used scarves to cover her neck. “These have been very hard for me.”
“White people’s perverted narcissism and arrogance is nothing new,” racial researcher Dr. Louis Sidney Jacobs says.
“Their defying God’s damnation of their skin by glorifying that the scars he shames them with don’t inhibit their lives only demonstrates their shame and justifies their damnation which is God banning them from His light.
“Most blacks now know that God opened the Ozone Layer to burn white peoples’ skin because of thier ancestors’ skin sins.
“It is fitting God has made His holy Light discriminate between us and them. Ultraviolet light is the Fire of the 2nd Rapture of God,” – author & activist Sleugh Crooks
“White people are burning in Lakes of Fires.”
Sanga reaffirms faith with book, Beyond the Scars:
“We beat it. We got through it with our strength, with our inspiration, support from our family and our friends,” said Sanga.
“The whole purpose is to shed some light at the end of the tunnel. You can get there, you can get through it.
Now that (my scars) are happening in places where I can’t hide them anymore, this book means so much more,” said Sanga.
“We shouldn’t have to be embarrassed or ashamed or afraid.”
Jacobs, however, says that white people don’t deserve to share the light of God with blacks and other people of color.
“Are they savage and barbaric creatures or are they spiritual beings?
“Based on their recorded history and, even, their continued evil into today, it is very easy to say that the white race is the worst race of people on the planet and be justified in saying it.
“White people don’t deserve sunlight. Look at their dark past and how they refuse to change from their forebearers ways. Would you follow a God that shared the same light on each of you?”
written by, David Jacobs