April 2015 – 2015 Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) Tour to Uganda
Posted on April 1st, 2015

Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM)
2015 Tour To Uganda, East Afrika

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Brothers and Sisters, East Afrika welcomes sane, self-loving, self-respecting Afrikans from around the world to come and enjoy the beauty that is Afrika.  In March 2015, the Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) took its 1st official tour to Uganda.  It was an experience of a lifetime.

While in Uganda, we experienced everything a Black person living in amerikkka would dream of seeing.  We saw Brothers and Sisters with millenniums worth of knowledge and wisdom.  We learned about healthy eating, healing, agriculture, etc . . .   We were so proud to meet what on the surface appeared to be everyday people; however, by the time we finished speaking with them, we realized there was nothing everyday about them.  Listen to our Sister break down the natural healing power of the plant life there in Mother  Afrika.

 

 

Natural healing was not the only thing we learned about in Uganda, East Afrika.  We were also taught a little about the history of the term “Kabaka.”  The Kabaka is the name of the ruler of Buganda, an ancient Kingdom located in Uganda that still exists and is thriving today.  Our Bugandan Brothers and Sisters have generations of culture and history that all Afrikan people can benefit from.  Here, our guide shares valuable and priceless historical information on the “Kabaka.”

 

 

Unfortunately the great Bugandan Kingdom, in addition to their rich and mighty culture, played a part in the destruction of Black civilization.  The following exchange is a powerful dialog where Afrikans who live in amerikkka can hear how some of our conscious Brothers and Sisters in Uganda feel about Bugandan rulers participation in the Atlantic Slave Trade (Maafa).

 

 

As you can see, even when we tackled difficult territory, the dialog was enriching and genuine.  We found East Afrika to be ripe for rebuilding the union between Afrikan people around the world.  Take a look at some of the lectures/speaking engagements the Irritated Genie of Soufeese did on the Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) 2015 Tour.

 

St. Lawrence University in Kampala, Uganda

 

PanAfrikan Group feat Irritated Genie of Soufeese

 

Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda
Full Lecture by Irritated Genie of Soufeese

 

The experience of speaking before an audience of college youth in East Afrika was one of the most rewarding and memorable of Irritated Genie’s career as a Haitianist.  But, the most fun and heartfelt moment on the 2015 Straight Black Pride Movement Tour was undoubtedly the experience we had with the BaTwa people of Kabale.  The BaTwa are the oldest people on planet Earth.  Our Kemetic Ancestors paid homage to them as the founders of civilization.  Even if you look at Heru-Aket (Horamaket or the Sphinx) on the Giza Plateau, you can see the resemblance to the BaTwa in his features.  Our experience with the BaTwa elders of civilization was one of the most exhilarating experiences of our lives.

 

BaTwa People and Eugenics Movement

 

BaTwa People – Irritated Genie Dances -w- the Gods

 

So the point is Brothers and Sisters, it’s time to treat yourself to what you deserve.  You deserve to go back home to Afrika in style.  You deserve to treat yourself like the Afrikan you are and return to your original homeland on your own terms.  The Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) Tour is welcomed with open arms in Uganda.  And we are confident that the other countries in East Afrika are also ready for our arrival.  So save your money now!  We anticipate our next tour to be in mid to late January going into early February 2016.  The exact dates haven’t been confirmed yet; however, we look forward to your participation and we are eager to get back to Afrika and reconnect with our roots.  You owe it to yourself and your family to come on this tour and walk with the Gods and Goddesses. 

 

 

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