We must thank the American
Red Cross for the things they do for society, which includes providing blood for
those who need it to stay alive, and other forms of community services such as
humanitarian services for hurricane victims. Despite the
fact that they are among the top receivers of government monies and individual
donations, they shamelessly participate in what I call the “blood bank
Segregation is when you cut
off or separate others based on race, gender, religion, income, or locality.
For years now, the American Red Cross has been known to practice and have
perfected the act of not allowing peoples of
Africa and their visitors to donate blood.
It is very easy to say that, “if you do not want my blood, then I will
take it home”. The truth of the matter is that it is never
what is said or done, but what it strategically implies.
Blood is life, and the least
you can do for your fellowman as a service to humanity is to donate blood.
The amount of lives a little blood can save surpasses money, effort, and
time. Of what use is a man that can not give blood to
another even if he wants to? Of what use is the life of a
man when he can not vote or own property? When people go to
the great American Red Cross, they are asked if they have spent at least 6
Africa. If you tell the
truth by answering “yes”, then you are added or branded among the forbidden
people that are not allowed to donate blood for the survival of their fellowmen.
I know that politically and economically, the world is structured to make
Africa a consuming continent, but does that mean that
Africa must also be restricted to becoming an
only blood consumer and not a donor.
The last time I went to give
blood, I asked the Red Cross worker why they did not want blood from the African
veins and that of their visitors. To my surprise, they
literally told me that African blood was contaminated and that they did not want
to mix their blood with the blood pool. They also claimed
that if you had visited
Africa for some months or at all, you could
have pick up some disease that had remained in the blood stream. So maybe South
America, the Middle East, and Asia has less diseases than
Africa? I do not think so.
Then why is it only
Africa and its visitors that are considered
inhuman enough to have their blood rejected in the blood pool of humanity.
I will educate you on the economic and political strategies of
You see, no one wants to be
rejected for anything, even if it is just applying for a credit card that an
individual does not need. When people realize that by just
visiting Africa for a few month can lead to being rejected as a blood donor,
they are forced to reason if visiting or living in
Africa is worth it. If you
can not visit or live in
Africa, most likely you will not invest your
money or resources there. Why will you invest your time and
money in a place you can not visit, live in, or monitor your investments?
It is easier to overcome illiteracy, poverty, and low social status
compared to bad blood or generational illness. When a group
has being labeled as a “habitat of bad blood and poor health” by the standard
and system of the Red Cross, then you discourage others from having meaningful
relationships or marrying
from such groups. Why should anyone help multiply bad blood?
Isn’t it better that they go extinct?
Even descendants of such a group will distant themselves at any and every
possible chance they
The purpose of segregation or
apartheid is to separate one group into becoming politically insignificant, or
economically dependent. When a group becomes politically
insignificant, it almost has lost its power to change things.
When a group is economically dependant, it is unable to trade equally
with the rest, but is forced to become a mere consumer.
Africans through time are gradually being reduced by the American Red Cross to a
segregation level of becoming just blood consumers. This is
a gradually threat to
Africa’s image and respect that needs to be
checked and eliminated.
The Political & Spiritual Purpose of the
Pope Julius II commissioned the
painting of certain biblical works from artist Michelangelo and wanted all
humans painted white. He reasoned that black was evil and
dark. No one protested because the act did not have any
immediate negative impact, until the word “black” was later extended to apply to
human beings. This was how everything black and African was
gradually rewritten or retranslated out of history. Till
this day, Africans are still suffering from the unchecked papal definition of
“black” that gradually segregated them to the levels of colonization, slavery,
apartheid, and now “bad blood”. I hope that the papal
influence on associating black (Africa) with evil will not be replaced by the
American Red Cross in the future by associating Africa with “unhealthy”
especially at a time where the economic boom of the wellness industry is the