“Obsidian Princess”

Level 8

Since: Sep 09

louisiana

#66 Oct 30, 2013
yasmin muslima wrote:
aa's and africans shouldnt even marry. she is stupid
maybe if yall are in need of a green card? there is NOTHING special about marrying an african so you can go somewhere else with your jungle, superior attitude; not to mention i have NEVER HEARD an AA excited about seeking marriage with an african.

“Obsidian Princess”

Level 8

Since: Sep 09

louisiana

#67 Oct 30, 2013
TimeforHonesty wrote:
<quoted text>

Africans aren't allowed to touch AA in general.
every african i ever met needed a green card or someone they knew needed one! from whom you think they were/are seeking these greeners from?

just admit that many of you are desparate to get out of your african countries to the point of drowning in makeshift boats!
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#69 Oct 30, 2013
Mr Giblets wrote:
<quoted text>there is NO such thing as an "Ugandian" Princess. A princess is a European tradition, nothing to do with the tribal antics of African peoples. They neither have queens or kings , nor Princes .
Africans have no kings, queens, princes and princesses, REALLY?

Little knowledge is dangerous. Not that I expected much from a recessive flesh.

Isn't it Europeans who have written that the KINGDOM of Dahomey was a slave trade port?

Isnt it Europeans who have written that the KING of Asanti was at the forefront of slave trade?

You're too much of an underclass to know these things.

Tell us more about your inbreeding European royals.

And this comes from an English man, a lot that has a German woman for a queen, German-Jew mix for price William, and a fake royal in Harry?

You had an interbred Jewish woman for a princess in princess Diana. Her mother was a Rothchilds and her biological father a cousin to the Rothschilds.

Level 4

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#70 Oct 30, 2013
"As for disliking black men, a lot of us are not the least bit likeable!One of the downsides of a world where black people get beaten down is that many of us becomes jerks at one level or another. Those of us who can improve or be helped, we should help. Some are too far gone, that’s life."

http://www.clutchmagonline.com/2012/10/be-hon...

Level 4

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#71 Oct 30, 2013
Leroy Jackson wrote:
<quoted text>if it wasn't for uswith the civil rights movement. Yall azzez would still be back in africa sucking your brothers off having your dads babies,and eatig shite. Yall getti.g a free ride and your raggedy trashy black stupid imbecilic azz know this. SMDH!! The evil stupidity of you stankin African monsters!
Lol, the tired excuse. I respect your ancestors who led that way, not so much you lot today. Plus, it doesn't change the fact that most of you are the way in which is described.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#72 Oct 30, 2013
Bantu Limited wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you even know where Uganda is located? LOL! You know more about AA and white America than your neighboring countries. You are one apartheid fcked up black piece of sh!t. What has the stories you are telling got to do with the story of a Ugandan lady divorcing her AA drunko and abusive bum of husband? Putz BTW, how many fellow Africans have you- rape-baby-to-cure-Aids south africans necklaced for being your country? O_o
Uganda is in my toilet.

A Ugandan woman, her sister and brother are in jail in South Africa for the murder in SA of a 71 year old cracka from Denmark.

They murdered this cracka and attempted to pin the murder on South Africans by dumping his body in another suburb in Cape Town.

The wife was 28 at the time with two kids from this rich, old cracka.

The adult children of the cracka arrived in SA from Denmark to fetch their half brother and sister to raise them in Denmark.

Negroes are a crazy lot but there are three sides to every story.

A Ugandan man is in jail in South Africa for the murder of his (Coloured) step daughter.

And theres more Ugandans doing jail time in South Africa for very serious and violent crimes.

There are no HIV/AIDS testing centres in Uganda where this so called princess could be tested for AIDS.

We now know the negro filed for divorce because of her cheating.

I don't trust Ugandans, they are cannibals, that negro must run for his life.

The princess thought the negro was a meal ticket and a one way ticket to the USA out of the grinding Ugandan poverty but the negro was too clever with his money and dint want to take this peasant to meet his 'gamma', hahaha...you know negroes love their 'gammas'.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#73 Oct 30, 2013
Zew wrote:
<quoted text>Idi Amin, a Ugandan cannibal who called himself the Last King of Scotland. How sick must an African be to call himself the Last King of Scotland?
Idi Amin's madness earned Forest Whitaker an Oscar.

Other crew members said Whitaker was beginning to act like a real dictator off the set, he couldn't get out of the Amin character.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#74 Oct 30, 2013
dragonpat wrote:
<quoted text>
no one cares about what an african thinks. go suck muhammads dk!
Draggy doll you do care what this African in Zew think that's why you're always and forever trailing me on Topix. You're found in every thread that I've updated, dying to read what I have to say.

I don't blame you. You once said if I weren't so rude people could learn something from me, hahaha...but I haven't been rude to AAs for some time now, ask Mr Anderson9. I think I've grown a bit, Im not as rude as I used to be.

haha
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#75 Oct 30, 2013
Mr Giblets wrote:
<quoted text>there is NO such thing as an "Ugandian" Princess. A princess is a European tradition, nothing to do with the tribal antics of African peoples. They neither have queens or kings , nor Princes .
Nzingha, Q.U.E.E.N of Ndongo (1582--1663)

Queen Nzingha of Ndongo belonged to the Mbundu, a large and ancient ethnic group that lived in modern-day Angola. The Mbundu were divided into tribes, including the Songo, Lenge, Libolo, Hungu, Pende, Ndongo, and Imbangala. Every group was made up of clans descended from their mother's side of the family. Every clan was identified with their mother's clan and all the marriages were marriages between clans related maternally. Nzingha's family ruled the Ndongo people.



Nzingha was born in 1582 to Ndambi Kiluanji, the ngola, king, of the Ndongo tribe and territories, and his second wife, Kangela. Kangela had been captured from her tribe as a teenager and brought to the Ndongo capital, Kabasa, where she became a jaga, an outsider. Kiluanji fell in love with her, but because she was a captive and a jaga, she didn't have a clan and therefore she was not fit for the prince in the eyes of his mother, who is said to have been a very powerful person behind the throne, as most mothers were to their ngola sons. To please his family, Kiluanji married a more suitable woman, and then married Kangela. Kiluanji had his first child, a son named Mbandi, in 1579. The boy was useless. He was fat and lazy and showed no interest in athletic or military activity nor in intellectual or diplomatic activity. His mother was a schemer and was hated at the royal compounds in Kabasa, where she plotted to get her son on the throne. In 1582, Kiluanji had a daughter, Nzingha. She was more promising. She was a great athlete and highly intelligent. She was skilled in diplomacy and was cunning. The only problem is that she was a female. Nzingha was followed by two more daughters, Mukambu (born in 1584) and Kifunji (born in 1587). Although Kangela had failed her duty to bear male heirs, Kiluanji still deeply loved his wife........

Nzingha married a fellow ROYAL Mbundu, a PRINCE named Azeze, who had come to Kabasa in 1595 when Nzingha was 13 to make an alliance between his tribe and the Ndongo. Azeze and Nzingha were both deeply in love, and Azeze admired Nzingha's strength and her abilities on the field. They had a son between in the early 1600's, but unfortunately Azeze died in battle a few years afterwards. Although she was a widow, Nzingha still refused to lay down her bow and arrow and often went on hunting escapes, her sister trailing behind her, who also both lost their husbands in battle.....

Nzingha, Queen of Ndongo (1582--1663)
nzinghaofangola.tripod.com

Queen Nzinga Mbande was a ruthless and powerful 17th century African ruler of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms (modern-day Angola). Nzinga fearlessly and cleverly fought for the freedom and stature of her kingdoms against the Portuguese, who were colonizing the area at the time.

Around the turn of the 17th century, the independent kingdoms and states of the Central African coast were threatened by Portuguese attempts to colonize Luanda.(Luanda, today the capital of Angola, was founded in 1576.) Portugal sought to colonize the region in order to control the trade in African slaves, and attacked many of their old trading partners to further this goal.

Unlike many other rulers at the time, Nzinga was able to adapt to these changing circumstances and fluctuations in power around her. By her own determination and refusal to give in to the Portuguese without a fight, she transformed her kingdom into a formidable commercial state on equal footing with the Portuguese colonies.

Ana Nzinga Mbande, fearless African QUEEN | Amazing Women In History
www.amazingwomeninhistory.com/anna-nzinga-mba... African queen
Bantu Limited

Eskilstuna, Sweden

#76 Oct 30, 2013
Zew wrote:
<quoted text>
Uganda is in my toilet.
Look who talking. You probably live in some licking tin shack in Soweto. How long will it be before you corrupt Hottentotts destroy the first world country whites built. It is a pity,... but whites should never have practiced apartheid. The country is already on the way down the shithole. Load shading is common place. Something unthinkable during white rule. That is a sign of thing to come. How can a people who rape babies as a form of a cure for Aids run a first world country. LOL! What a joke.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#77 Oct 30, 2013
@ Giblets

KING Sobhuza I | South African History Online
www.sahistory.org.za/people/king-sobhuza-i&am... ;

Sobhuza I was the first king of the Swazi people as we know the group today. He was born in Swaziland in 1795 and succeeded his father, Ndvungunye, as king of the Dlamini clan in 1815.

He was determined to expand his authority, but was forced to move northwards, away from his home near the Pongola River, by the Ndwandwe, shortly after the beginning of his reign. The Ezulwini valley in central Swaziland, where he settled, became the social and political centre of the Swazi people.

Sobhuza I continued to subdue or drive away the nearby Sotho clans and consolidated his power in the region. Eventually his rule extended as far as Lydenburg. He managed to avoid the worst of the Zulu invasion, which was driven by Shaka, and the mfecane, through diplomacy. He managed to establish a new nation in a tie when most groups were broken up and in process of losing their identity.

In 1836 the Dlamini under Sobhuza I did defeat the invading Zulu forces by adopting their military strategy. There is some contention as to the year of the Swazi king's. Some sources indicate that he passed away in 1836 while others say 1839. He was succeeded by his son, Mswati, and the name Dlamini was changed to Swazi.

Sobhuza I was also known as Somhlolo, or the Father of Mysteries. He was given this name because he left the Swazi people with a legacy that influenced their way of life and philosophy a great deal. Apparently, one night shortly before his death, he had a prophetic vision. He saw white skinned people with hair like the tails of cattle. He also saw that they brought two things with them. The first was a scroll or book and the second a round piece of metal. These have been interpreted to represent the Christian Bible and money.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#79 Oct 30, 2013
@Giblets,

Yeah, Africans have no kings and queens as this is a European tradition, right?

Umzi kaPhalo [The House of Phalo, The Xhosa King]

House of Phalo The word Xhosa refers to a people and a language of South Africa. The Xhosa-speaking people are divided into a number of subgroups with their own distinct but related heritages. One of these subgroups is called Xhosa as well. The other main subgroups are the Bhaca, Bomvana, Mfengu, Mpondo, Mpondomise, Xesibe, and Thembu.

Umzi kaPhalo [House of Phalo]| Imbali yamaXhosa
amaxhosa.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/umzi-kaphal...

Unlike their European counterparts, African kings and Queens had no need to inbreed and interbreed.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#81 Oct 30, 2013
@ Giblets,(an English man with a German woman for a queen in queen Elizabeth)

Little knowledge is dangerous.

Rain Queen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rain_Queen&#8206 ;

The Modjadji or Rain Queen is the hereditary queen of Balobedu, a people of the Limpopo Province of South Africa. The succession to the position of Rain Queen is matrilineal, meaning that the Queen's eldest daughter is the heir, and that males are not entitled to inherit the throne at all.

The Rain Queen is believed to have special powers, including the ability to control the clouds and rainfall.

Currently there is no ruling Rain Queen as the previous Rain Queen died on 12 June 2005.

History of the Rain Queens:

There are several different stories relating to the creation and history of the Rain Queens of Balobedu. One story states that an old chief in 16th century Monomotapa (South eastern Zimbabwe), was told by his ancestors that by impregnating his daughter, Dzugundini, she would gain rain-making skills. Another story involves a scandal in the same chief's house, where the chief's son impregnated Dzugundini. Dzugundini was held responsible and was forced to flee the village. Dzugundini ended up in Molototsi Valley, which is in the present day Balobedu Kingdom. The village she established with her loyal followers was ruled by a Mugudo, a male leader, but the peace and harmony of the village was disrupted by rivalries between different families, and therefore to pacify the land, the Mugudo impregnated his own daughter to restore the tribe's matrilineal tradition. She gave birth to the first Rain Queen known as Modjadji which means; "ruler of the day".

The second Rain Queen, Masalanabo Modjadji is said to have been the inspiration for H. Rider Haggard's novel, She: A History of Adventure.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#82 Oct 30, 2013
@Giblets

Africa did not start to exist when crackas laid their cracked heels here.

Great Zimbabwe: An African empire | MetaFilter
www.metafilter.com/109484/&#8206 ;

Built by the Shona (1100-1500 AD), the empire of Great Zimbabwe, one of Africa’s greatest civilizations like Egypt and Meroe, stood between present-day Zimbabwe, eastern Botswana and south-east Mozambique. The empire’s highly developed architecture overwhelmed discoverers. And much in the same manner as German anthropologist Doctor Frobenius ignorantly mistook the Kingdom of Ife in Nigeria for the lost kingdom of Atlantis in 1911, some Europeans blatantly refused to believe that Great Zimbabwe was built by Africans. Dawson Munjeri, former director of Great Zimbabwe, a World Heritage site, discusses the history of the exceptional Zimbabwe empire.....
Kay 5

UK

#83 Oct 30, 2013
Leroy Jackson wrote:
<quoted text>if it wasn't for uswith the civil rights movement. Yall azzez would still be back in africa sucking your brothers off having your dads babies,and eatig shite. Yall getti.g a free ride and your raggedy trashy black stupid imbecilic azz know this. SMDH!! The evil stupidity of you stankin African monsters!
Look who is talking *sighs*
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#84 Oct 30, 2013
@Giblets

Kingdoms of southern Africa: Mapungubwe | South African History ...

www.sahistory.org.za ›...› Grade 6 › Organisation of African societies&#8206;

The city of Mapungubwe lies near where the Shase River flows into the Limpopo River, in the Central Limpopo River Valley. The area around the city is Savannah bushveld. Malaria and sleeping sickness, caused by mosquitoes and tsetse flies, made it very difficult for the inhabitants of Mapungubwe to farm cattle.

Mapungubwe was declared a World Heritage Site in recognition of its value as an archaeological site that provides insight into humanity's past.

What does Mapungubwe mean?

Mapungubwe means "Hill of the Jackals and has been named MK by archaeologists studying the region. Some parts of the excavation have also been named more than once, like K2, an area close to the hill itself, which is also called Bambandyanalo.

The area that has been studied by archaeologists is made up of 3 parts called K2 or Bambandyanalo, Mapungubwe Hill or MK, and the Southern Terrace or MST.....

.....Mapungubwe was structured along social classes. This may be seen from the location of people's houses separating leaders and commoners. The elite lived at the top of Mapungubwe and their followers stayed at the bottom of the hill and in the surrounding area. A garbage site close to K2, where commoners lived, indicates that rich and poor ate very different foods.

Funeral traditions were also different. The rich had a graveyard at the top of the hill with a beautiful view of the region. 3 of the people found in this cemetery were buried upright, in a sitting position, indicating they were royalty. They were also buried with gold and copper ornaments and glass beads, showing the people of Mapungubwe were skilled in working with gold.

The Importance of gold, cattle and ivory:

The people of Mapungubwe were wealthy and farmed with cattle, sheep and goats, and also kept dogs. They produced large harvests that allowed them to trade and store extra food. Archaeologists found traces of millet, sorghum and cotton in the remains of storage huts.
Zew

Cape Town, South Africa

#85 Oct 30, 2013
@ Giblets

The list is LONG, very long English man.

Africa has always been a continent rich in everything including beauty, culture, empires and kingdoms that's why you crackas can't have enough of it.

You cant deny us our history and heritage.

You think you know when you 'don't know shyt', cave scums.

Dead African kings and queens were 'decorated' with gold and ivory.

Africans wore leather from their cattle skins and wild animal skin was reserved for kings and queens.
Kay 5

UK

#86 Oct 30, 2013
Zew wrote:
@Giblets,
Yeah, Africans have no kings and queens as this is a European tradition, right?
Umzi kaPhalo [The House of Phalo, The Xhosa King]
House of Phalo The word Xhosa refers to a people and a language of South Africa. The Xhosa-speaking people are divided into a number of subgroups with their own distinct but related heritages. One of these subgroups is called Xhosa as well. The other main subgroups are the Bhaca, Bomvana, Mfengu, Mpondo, Mpondomise, Xesibe, and Thembu.
Umzi kaPhalo [House of Phalo]| Imbali yamaXhosa
amaxhosa.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/umzi-kaphal...
Unlike their European counterparts, African kings and Queens had no need to inbreed and interbreed.
Some African groups had no central empire,like mine,before the coming of the europeans
Bwana

Tyler, TX

#87 Oct 30, 2013
Malic wrote:
Wow, such a beautiful Black Woman. I hope she finds a good Black Man that respect her the way she should be respected.
What she needs is a great white hunter to satisfy her like never before.
Zew

South Africa

#88 Oct 30, 2013
Kay 5 wrote:
<quoted text> Some African groups had no central empire,like mine,before the coming of the europeans
Who said anything about your unknown 'group'?

Yes you're a group, and not a tribe, a group and possibly an unruly run-away group just like the Ndebeles, those are run-away Zulus who stopped being Zulus when they ran away.

My post is about the prominent tribes and empires of Southern Africa that MATTER and not some non entities that don't and that have an ill-defined territory, squatters if you ask me.

Nzhingha
The House of Sobhuza
The House of Phalo
The Rain Queens
Maphungubwe (the world heritage site)
The Great Zimbabwe

etc, etc, etc I did say that the list is long....

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