“WE THANK DIVINITY FOR THE WRATH IN DIXIE” – Elohim Belial
AFP – 3 hours ago
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas (AFP) — At least 19 tornados ripped across four US states Friday leaving seven dead in Arkansas including In Siloam Springs, a 15-year-old girl was killed when a tree fell through the bedroom where she was sleeping .…
Black Americans embracing the new God Damn America movement inspired by the Reverend Jeremiah Wright claim tornado path through Dixie is forewarning to what lay ahead.
“Recognize the work of God. Honor the hand of Mother Nture. For they have even answered us in the very little that we have done and ravished Little Dixie with rapturous tornadoes,” said ousted Yacub13X minister Elohim Belial. Belial’s comments come on the heel’s of the legion of tornadoes that swept through Little Dixie, this morning.
Little Dixie is the name given to the southeast region of Oklahoma, which is heavily influenced by southern “dixie” culture, as it was settled by Southerners displaced by Reconstruction following the American Civil War.
The area was acquired by the United States through the Louisiana Purchase and became part of the new Arkansas Territory. On April 1, 1820, Arkansas created Miller County which included most of the land that would become Little Dixie.
TORNADOES DEVASTATED 11 HISTORICALLY RACIST COUNTIES
As a definite geographic location within the United States, “Dixie” is usually defined as the 11 Southern states that seceded to form the Confederate States of America. They are (in order of secession): South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee.
“In so much that many of us haven’t as so much as reframed from eating even a morsel of bread, Mother Nature and or God honor our very emerging collective conscienceness that Babylon American be laid to waste. How much more will they regard the day when we collectively withstand a single cup of water.”
Belial’s comments reference the new God Damn America movement blacks across the country are starting to embrace. While several black organizations are on board with the movement, to date it remains largely a grassroots operation.
“We are not a movement in search of a leader,” Belial said. “For, as She will see, we will not march. We will not gather in D.C.. We will not meet collectively for this movement. Yet, on the days we collectively fast, mourn, weep and pray, the wrath from our petitions to God, Mother Nature and the Divine will be seen. ”
While many blacks have already began praying and fasting for God’s damnation of America, Belial believes many more will join the movement as word of mouth continues to spread it.
“There are still many blacks in major cities and rural counties that don’t know. The Divine is waiting to hear us call out for Her destruction and will honor us.”